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  • What is CBD?
    CBD is short for cannabidiol. Cannabidiol is an extract from hemp, a commonly used term for strains of the cannabis sativa plant with very low levels of THC. Today, hemp is used in a wide range of products in the United States and globally.
  • Is CBD legal?
    Thanks to the passing of the 2018 Farm Bill, zero THC CBD is completely legal in all 50 states. But CBD is currently unregulated by the FDA.
  • What is CBD believed to do?
    It’s believed that CBD may be able to help lessen the side effects people may feel with a wide variety of health problems some of which according to recent studies, can include: - Acne - Anorexia - Anxiety - Chronic pain - Depression - Drug addiction and withdrawal - Epilepsy - Glaucoma - High blood pressure - Insomnia - Menstrual cramps - Muscle spasms - Nerve pain - Parkinson’s disease - Seizures Scientists are still in the very early stages of studying it at a clinical level. This doesn’t mean CBD isnt what everyone says. It just means that a little more clinical research needs to be done to make those arguments 100% backed by research.
  • How does CBD work?
    Cannabidiol (CBD), is a non-intoxicating component of the cannabis plant. It is a non-psychoactive compound, which means that people do not feel ‘high’ after using it. The resulting compound is what goes on to influence the endocannabinoid system with a myriad of benefits.
  • What is the Endocannabinoid System?
    The endocannabinoid system is a complex biological system in the human body. Medical researchers discovered it in the 1990s, but much is still unknown about how it works and its interactions. Today, experts know that it impacts several major processes, including appetite, sleep, mood, and memory, but there is much more yet to be discovered. The endocannabinoid system has three components: receptors, enzymes, and endocannabinoids. These parts function regardless of whether someone uses CBD or not. Here is an overview of each component: Receptors exist throughout the body and are a substance to which endocannabinoids bind; Enzymes appear in many forms, but only two types of enzymes break down endocannabinoids; and Endocannabinoids complement the body by keeping internal functions running smoothly. Understanding the effects of CBD involves examining the relationship between the receptors and endocannabinoids. There are two types of receptors: CB1 and CB2. CB1 receptors are primarily in the central nervous system and are responsible for governing coordination, movement, pain, appetite, memory, mood, and other functions. The CB2 receptors are in the peripheral nervous system, influencing pain, and inflammation. After the enzymes break down the cannabinoids, the endocannabinoids look to bind with receptors. Researchers believe that CBD does not directly attach itself to the receptor but influences it in some way. Activating these receptors is what allows for many of the health benefits that people associate with the compound. CBD can also influence non-cannabinoid receptors. According to Teaera Roland of Lotus Health, CBD modulates the 5ht serotonin receptor, which can treat psychotic disorders. It can also affect the TRPV1 receptor, which is responsible for pain and inflammation. Reference:
  • Refund Policy
    Opened Products: The return policy for opened/used products lasts 7 days after delivery. Products that are opened and have been used are eligible for website credit (issued in the form of a e-gift card). Additionally, customers found abusing or manipulating this program will forfeit the ability to return opened items and potentially future orders. Eligibility for this program will be determined at the discretion of Healthe Official. To be eligible for a refund, your item must be unused and in the same condition that you received it. Buyer is responsible for return shipping. The refund policy for a full refunds lasts 30 days. Product will not be accepted for refund beyond 30 days after purchase. Use the link at the below to complete your return if you received your order within the last 7 days. If you received your order more than 7 days ago and less than 30 days ago please email for return instructions. Additional non-returnable items: Gift cards Downloadable software products Clothing items Refunds (if applicable): Once your return is received and inspected, we will send you an email to notify you that we have received your returned item. We will also notify you of the approval or rejection of your refund. If you are approved, your refund will be processed and a credit will automatically be applied to your credit card or original method of payment (could take several business days depending on form)
  • What is Delta 8?
    Delta 8 is one of the many natural cannabinoids found within cannabis plants. Delta 8 is extracted from Hemp and added to products that consumers can enjoy to enhance their relaxation and comfort.
  • What is Delta 8 used for?
    Delta 8 may be used for a variety of reasons, including relaxing after a long day or helping you get a better night’s sleep.
  • How many Delta 8 Gummies should I eat?
    If it’s your first time trying Delta 8 gummies, we recommend starting with one whole gummy. This serving size should allow you to become accustomed to Delta 8’s effects. You can increase or decrease how many gummies you take once you’re familiar with the results.
  • How long does it take for Delta 8 Gummies to work?
    How quick and how long you feel Delta 8’s results will vary from person to person. Generally, our gummies will take 30 minutes to an hour to kick in and the effects can last anywhere from 3 to 5 five hours.
  • Is Delta 8 safe?
    Yes, Healthe Delta 8 Gummies are safe for adults 21 years and older to enjoy. Our team of expert formulators and specialists gives you the utmost confidence in our products. We oversee the entire production process of our Delta 8 Gummies to ensure every batch meets the highest-quality safety, potency and consistency standards.
  • Will Delta 8 THC make me fail a drug test?
    Consuming Delta 8 THC may make you fail a drug test. Delta 8 metabolites may appear as the Delta 9 metabolites that many drug tests look for. If you’re planning on passing a drug test, play it safe and do not take our Delta 8 products.
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