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At Kentucky Crafted we stand behind the quality of our products. We strive to ensure that our customers can experience the quality crafted in our products. If any product doesn’t meet your expectations please return it within the first 30 days of delivery and we will give you the opportunity to exchange it for another product or receive a full refund. Read full policy here.
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Hemp is one of the world’s longest-used, most versatile plants. It grows naturally throughout Asia, India, the Middle East, Northern Europe, and North America. Hemp has been intentionally cultivated for centuries, and now, courtesy of CBD, it’s making a well-deserved comeback.
Cannabinoids are a special group of plant compounds found almost entirely in the cannabis plant species (hemp is a member), which is how they get their name. Produced by these plants for their own metabolic benefit, cannabinoids are also greatly health-promoting for us. Thanks to their ideal molecular structure, most cannabinoids have some sort of positive effect on the endocannabinoid system, and CBD is no different.
CBD, also known as cannabidiol, is a heat-activated form of the hemp plant’s most important active ingredient. It’s naturally-occurring…and naturally health-promoting. CBD was identified only recently, in the scheme of things (1963), though it’s been unknowingly treasured by ancient cultures for thousands of years.
CBD helps the body stay in equilibrium. And it does that by gently activating the endocannabinoid system, which is basically the body’s internal orchestra conductor.
The endocannabinoid system, or ECS, is the body’s primary homeostatic regulator. That might sound complex, but the ECS’s role is simple: it helps our biological systems stay in sync with each other. It’s telling that endocannabinoid receptors are found in virtually all parts of one’s body and mind. A healthy endocannabinoid system = a healthier, balanced you.
In addition to the phytocannabinoids found in hemp, our bodies produce their own internal endocannabinoids. These endocannabinoids are a critical part of the overall endocannabinoid system. Interestingly enough, much of CBD’s power lies in its ability to boost endocannabinoid levels, which in turn may improve both physical and mental wellbeing.
Terpenes are another type of plant compound; they’re similar to essential oils and give hemp much of its characteristic aroma. While it’s common for a single plant species to contain various terpenes, hemp is unusual in that it contains terpene combinations not seen in other plants. It’s estimated that premium hemp contains 200+ terpenes.
Flavonoids are yet another group of compounds found naturally in hemp. Cannflavin A and B are hemp’s most significant flavonoids, though there are likely others yet to be discovered. Together with the other ingredients found in premium CBD products, flavonoids contribute to the entourage effect and help CBD itself work better.
CBD, in and of itself, is just one molecule. So it doesn’t contain any THC. That said, our full spectrum CBD products do contain the trace amounts of THC that naturally exist in hemp. And that’s not a bad thing; this small amount of THC (<0.3%) actually helps all the ingredients in hemp work together.
Customers who want a CBD product that’s totally free of THC need not worry — all of our THC-free CBD options have been tested by a third-party lab and have shown no detectable levels of THC.
As it’s present in nature, hemp contains the trifecta of plant compounds mentioned earlier: cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids. True full spectrum CBD contains all of this plant goodness, including a very small amount of THC (less than 0.3%). THC-free products, on the other hand, contain everything the full spectrum variety does, with one obvious exception: THC.
For most users, our bodies are well-equipped to utilize CBD in positive and healthy ways. It is always best to consult with your doctor prior to using CBD, especially while pregnant, nursing, or if you have a pre-existing medical condition.
If taken in oil form, CBD will be absorbed into the bloodstream and carried to its molecular targets, which include receptors in the endocannabinoid and serotonin systems. Once these receptors are activated, the right amount of CBD can work to help the body get back in balance. Some people feel a tangible difference from this—notably calmness or sense of wellbeing — while for others the initial effects are more subtle.
No. CBD is completely non-psychotropic, so it won’t get you “high”. Thanks to its gentle interactions with areas of the brain responsible for emotion, however, CBD can be mind-altering.
All of our CBD products are derived from the finest quality hemp, containing less than 0.3% THC, according to third-party lab results. Even though while very rare, there is a small percent chance consuming full spectrum CBD could lead to a positive drug test. If you are regularly taking CBD we encourage you to let your employer know.
It depends — on your age, weight, health status, endocannabinoid levels, genetic predisposition, and likely a whole lot more. In general, those with more severe health challenges will need higher doses than those who are already healthy. It’s safe to say that CBD dosing is still more of an art than a science! For this reason we advise you to start at a conservative dose, say one full dropper of our 17 mg/serving CBD oil per day. Practice patience and use your intuition, as you find the dose that your endocannabinoid system responds best to.
Yes! If your pet is a vertebrate, they also have a functioning endocannabinoid system and could most likely benefit from a CBD routine. Consult with your vet to see if CBD would be an option for your pet.
For starters, rich soil, the perfect climate, and generations of farming experience…Kentucky is hemp’s American birthplace for a reason! Kentucky’s long growing season also gives our premium hemp cultivars time to ripen to perfection. That means happier, healthier plants— and higher-quality CBD for you.
Kentucky Crafted products are sold and shipped to all 50 states.
We offer ground, 2-day, and next day air shipping. Ground shipping typically takes 5-7 business days from placing your order to arrival at your door. We proudly offer free shipping on orders over $74.99. If you have further questions regarding shipping, please contact email@example.com.
The tax rate and laws vary depending on the state that we ship to. The following states will be charged tax when placing orders on kentuckycrafted.com: AL, AZ, AR, CA, CO, FL, GA, HI, ID, IL, IN, IA, KS, KY, LA, ME, MA, MN, MS, MO, NE, NV, NM, NC, ND, NY, OH, OK, RI, SC, SD, TN, TX, UT, VA, WA, WI, WV.
All of our products have the batch number printed on the label as well as a scannable QR code. First locate the batch number of your product on the label. Then go to the batch report page of our website and enter the batch number in the search bar . If you have a QR code scanner on your phone, just scan the QR code and the Certificate of Analysis will be displayed. Click here to go to batch report search.
Yes! All of our products are extensively lab tested. We hold ourselves to the highest quality standards in the industry — and have the US Hemp Authority Certification to show for it. In addition, all our products come with a scannable QR code that links to our batch reports page, allowing you to see what we see.
Good question! It’s definitely not because our products only contain 17 or 25 milligrams of CBD per bottle. No, this new change is reflective of Kentucky Crafted’s industry-leading integrity: we label according to serving size because it’s the most time-tested way to inform consumers of what they’re actually getting. Putting mg/mL on our labels might be new to the CBD industry, but it’s already a proven practice throughout the rest of the nutraceutical world. It also spares you from having to do math in order to get your dose right, and in general is just a whole lot easier!