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  • Is this legal?
    Our products ordered online are meticulously crafted from federally legal hemp. Reflecting the 2018 Farm Bill directives, it is entirely legitimate to produce and vend products containing hemp-derived Delta-9 THC, provided they contain less than 0.3% of THC by dry weight. Hence, you can place your orders with ease from our website if you are located in any of the following regions: AL, AZ, AR, CA, DC, DE, FL, GA, HI, IL, IN, KY, ME, MD, MI, MN, MS, MO, NE, NV, NH, NJ, NM, NC, OH, OK, OR, PA, PR, RI, SC, SD, TN, TX, VA, WV, WI, WY. Additionally, our products grace dispensaries across CO, MT, and MA, making them widely accessible.
  • Can cannabinoids provide benefits without a high?
    Certainly. Many cannabinoids, including CBD, offer health benefits without the psychoactive effect. This means you can use cannabis for its therapeutic benefits while remaining clear-headed.
  • Is it possible to use cannabis without getting high?
    Yes, it is possible to use cannabis without experiencing a high. This can be achieved through microdosing or by opting for products that have a higher ratio of CBD to THC.
  • What is microdosing?
    Microdosing involves taking a small fraction of what is considered a recreational dose of cannabis, designed to provide therapeutic benefits without the psychoactive effects that can interfere with daily activities. It’s an approach that emphasizes control and subtlety in usage.
  • Can I microdose cannabis effectively?
    Absolutely. Microdosing cannabis can be a very effective way to manage various conditions while maintaining a clear head. It’s all about finding the right balance and dosage that works for you, which may require some guidance and a period of adjustment.
  • How do I start microdosing?
    To begin microdosing, you'll want to start with a very low dose of cannabis, particularly paying attention to products rich in CBD, if avoiding psychoactive effects is a priority. Gradually, you can increase your dose until you find your optimal amount that provides benefits without undesirable side effects.
  • What's THC?
    THC, the abbreviation for tetrahydrocannabinol, plays a pivotal role in the cannabis plant's array of compounds. While it's widely recognized for imparting the euphoric 'high' that many associate with marijuana, its contributions to the therapeutic landscape extend far beyond this singular effect. In a sophisticated and remarkable interplay known as the 'entourage effect,' THC works synergistically with other cannabinoids, such as CBD, to amplify their therapeutic potential. This harmonious interaction can enhance the overall effectiveness of cannabis-based treatments, providing a more nuanced and enriched experience for the user. Thus, THC not only offers its own distinct benefits but also acts as a catalyst, optimizing the therapeutic efficacy of its fellow cannabinoids in a compassionate and supportive dance of molecular synergy.
  • What is CBD?
    CBD, or cannabidiol, is a cannabinoid found in cannabis plants that is renowned for its potential therapeutic properties, such as anti-inflammatory and anti-anxiety effects, without psychoactive effects like THC.
  • What is CBN?
    CBN, or cannabinol, emerges as a less familiar yet fascinating cannabinoid present within the cannabis plant, primarily known for its mild psychoactive properties when compared to THC. It is often championed for its potential to induce relaxation and promote better sleep patterns, making it a subject of increasing interest among those seeking natural alternatives for sleep disturbances. Derived as THC ages, CBN's unique qualities and benefits continue to be explored, embodying the complex and beneficial nature of cannabis beyond its recreational use.
  • What is THCV?
    THCV, short for tetrahydrocannabivarin, stands as a distinctive cannabinoid notable for its nuanced effects that diverge from those typically associated with THC. While sharing a molecular lineage with THC, THCV carves out its identity through potential appetite-suppressing properties, making it a focal point of interest for individuals aiming to manage weight or curb overeating tendencies. Additionally, preliminary research hints at its promising role in regulating blood sugar levels and reducing insulin resistance, weaving a narrative of THCV as not merely a compound of leisure but also one of potential therapeutic significance. Its exploration contributes to the broader understanding of cannabis' multifaceted benefits, further illustrating the plant's complex chemistry and its vast potential in contributing to health and wellness.
  • Where can I learn more about SUM products?
    To immerse yourself more deeply in the world of SUM and our thoughtfully crafted products, we warmly invite you to explore our Learn Brands Course. It's an excellent resource for anyone looking to make informed decisions about integrating cannabis into their holistic health approach.
  • How to Use Our Sublingual Tablets
    Our sublingual tablets are expertly designed for ease of use and efficient absorption, delivering a sophisticated and approachable method for integrating cannabis into your daily wellness regimen. To experience the full potential of these elegantly formulated tablets, simply place one tablet under your tongue and allow it to dissolve completely. This method ensures that the cannabinoids are absorbed directly into your bloodstream through the mucous membranes in your mouth, allowing for faster onset of effects as compared to ingestion. It is recommended to start with a lower dose to gauge your body's response, gradually adjusting as necessary to find your ideal balance. Remember, the key to a harmonious relationship with cannabis lies in understanding and respecting its potent nature, ensuring a manageable and enjoyable experience. Our sublingual tablets, with their precise dosing and clear instructions, embody our commitment to simplicity, understanding, and manageability in cannabis consumption.
  • Disclaimer
    These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. Our products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Please consult a healthcare professional before use if you have a serious medical condition or use prescription medications.
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