Frequently Asked Questions
Does MoMed CBD contain THC?
All of our CBD topicals and edibles contain less than 0.3% THC. MoMed Zero contains zero THC.
Where do you ship your products?
We ship to all 50 states.
When will my order ship?
Most orders are shipped the same day or by the next business day. All orders are shipped priority mail and typically arrive within 1-3 business days.
Do you offer returns?
If you are not satisfied with your purchase, you may request a return & refund on the purchase price within 14 days. Please email [email protected]
Do you offer a Military and/or Veteran Discount?
We like to thank you for your service by extending a discount to our Active Military & Veterans.
Please email [email protected] to receive your discount.
Can I use your products if I have a medical condition?
Please consult your physician before using our products.
Will this show up on a drug test?
We cannot make any claims on whether or not any of our products will show up on a drug test.
What is CBD?
CBD or cannabidiol is a naturally occurring substance found in the resinous flower of cannabis-based plants. The cannabis itself offers many benefits and medicinal uses. Many studies prove its therapeutic properties that can help humans in surprising ways. Moreover, it is a safe and non-addictive substance, which means it does not make you high.
CBD is one of the hundreds of phytocannabinoids that have many benefits for humans. This element is closely similar to the active phytocannabinoids known as tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). This is the element in the cannabis-based products that makes you high. However, like CBD, THC also has plenty of benefits for human health. But it makes a person intoxicated or high. This happens because both CBD and THC interact with your body in different ways.
CBD also has a tendency to lower the psychoactive effects of THC. It is scientifically proven that CBD is medically helpful. It is non-toxic and easy to use, which makes it the best treatment for people who want a safe way to use cannabis.
What is the difference between full-spectrum and Isolate CBD?
As the name suggests, whole-plant extract and full-spectrum oil are extracted from the plant. It contains all the plant components. In addition to that, the extracted oil contains essential minerals, vitamins, chlorophyll, omega fatty acids, and flavonoids. Because Full-Spectrum oil utilizes the whole plant, the oil may contain trace amounts of THC. All products contain less than .3% THC.
Hemp CBD Isolate or molecule, on the other hand, is the purest form of cannabidiol. The only similarity is that it is also extracted from the hemp plant. Once extracted, it is processed in various machines to remove plant material, oil, waxes, and chlorophyll, leaving behind only the pure isolate. Because it is isolated from the rest of the plant, isolates contain zero THC.
‘Benefits of Full Spectrum Hemp vs. benefits of Isolate CBD’ has been the topic of debate among researchers. Typically, the nutraceutical industry emulates the pharmaceutical model and tends to focus on identifying a single CBD molecule to standardize and study to determine its relative safety and efficacy.
This, however, can overlook the overall benefits of hemp plant medicine, which is a combination of several other active ingredients and includes essential molecules. This plant-based medicine interacts synergistically with other molecules and produces some effective outcomes, undeniably greater than each individual CBD ingredient.
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