Does CBD have any contraindications?
We are aware of no contraindications with CBD oil. Given the many different man-made drugs on the market now that is saying a lot. CBD is a cannabinoid, a nutrient also found in some foods, and is also similar to the body's own naturally-produced endocannabinoids. So in theory taking CBD oil would provide your body is a boost of nutrients similar to ones it is already familiar with, rather than introduce something completely new.
We advise everyone to consult with professionals with regard to any medical questions they have. We are not allowed to prescribe medicine or give medical directives.
Do you use magnesium stearate in any of your products?
We do not. All of our products have passed the Honestly LabeledTM seal review process and qualified for the privilege of using the seal on our bottles. We do not hide ingredients, which is the industry norm.
If the product is past the expiration date is it still safe?
Expiration dates are determined at manufacture and bottling, sometimes based on very limited information, and it is not to say the product will have gone bad. Far from it. The usual reason for a shorter expiration date is to ensure label claim accuracy. If an ingredient degrades over time, the label might no longer be accurate within the acceptable allowance of error after only 2 years -- even if the degradation is only 5%. (Common with amino acid supplements.) If the same product is stored properly, degradation might be under 1%.
Some supplements increase in potency over time, for reasons not yet understood. In some cases degradation may actually create byproducts which stimulate to the body and produce a heightened benefit, due to the principle of Hormesis.
If you would like more detailed information about any particular product and the optimal way to store it, please feel free to contact us.
Are your products kosher?
None of our finished products have been certified by a third party agency, only certain ingredients have been. The concept of kosher originates from ancient scriptures, so a product a product might be "kosher" according to the written criteria, but still not be "kosher" in another sense due to no oversight by a third party agency.
Some companies routinely spend several thousands of dollars a year to get their products certified kosher. We make no claims that any of our products are kosher.Next article