FAQ’s

Questions about SUPA Naturals

1How much CBD is in SUPA Naturals products?
Each product that we sell states clearly how much CBD is in it. We use hemp extract in our products that are up to 80% CBD by weight.
2How do you make SUPA Naturals products?
We start with non-GMO industrial hemp, organically grown in Kentucky. To obtain high potency the hemp undergoes supercritical carbon dioxide extraction. No high temperatures or solvents are used while processing, as in traditional extraction processes, ensuring the highest purity. Although ingredients and processing varies for different products, we guarantee the same level of quality for all of our products.
3Are SUPA Naturals products safe?
Naturally! Quality, potency, and safety are our highest priorities.
4How does SUPA Naturals perform product testing?
All our suppliers provide validated third party testing on their materials. Also, we periodically audit our own products and have third party labs test those as well to ensure safety, potency, and purity.

Questions about CBD

1What is CBD?
CBD, short for Cannabidiol, is a naturally occurring compound found in the hemp plant. CBD is the most dominant cannabinoid in hemp. It is just one of the 100+ cannabinoids that have been identified in the Cannabis sativa L plant.
2Is CBD legal?
The laws surrounding the legal use of marijuana varies from state to state, however, the 2018 Farm Bill legalized CBD for the entire country.
3What's the difference between hemp seed oil and CBD oil?
Hemp seed oil is made by pressing raw hemp seeds and collecting the liquid oil that is expelled. It is a good supplement and cooking additive. It does not have concentrated cannabinoids or terpenes. CBD is made by extraction from the hemp plant. This concentrates the active cannabinoids and terpenes to very high percentages, resulting in the CBD oil.
4What's the difference between hemp and marijuana?
Legally, the two plants are separately defined by the Agricultural Appropriations Act of 2014, which establishes "Industrial Hemp" as a Cannabis sativa plant with a THC concentration below 0.3 percent by weight.
5What is the 2018 Farm Bill?
Every five years, Congress passes legislation that sets national agriculture, nutrition, conservation, and forestry policy, commonly referred to as the “Farm Bill”. The most recent version of this bill was enacted on December 20th, 2018 approximately 8 months after the bill was introduced. Part of this legislation was the legalization of CBD products in all 50 states, as long as it contains less than 0.3% THC
6What is Full Spectrum CBD?
Contains a full array of cannabinoids and terpenes, while at the same time only containing trace amounts of THC (less than 0.3%).
7What are terpenes?
Chemicals that produce the unique smell of the cannabis plant. Terpenes work synergistically with cannabinoids to heal the body. Common terpenes that are found in Full Spectrum CBD oil include:
Limonene – May relieve stress.
Pinene – May improve memory.
Linalool – May have a sedative effect.
Caryophyllene – May help relief pain and insomnia.
Humulene – May work as an appetite suppressant.
8What is the “entourage effect”?
There are more than 100 identified cannabinoids in the Cannabis sativa L plant. These various cannabinoids when in the presence of one another, appear to combine synergistically to enhance physiologic effects.
9What is Broad Spectrum CBD?
Contains no THC. Although Broad Spectrum CBD will avoid a positive drug test, most would agree that Full Spectrum CBD oil offers a superior therapeutic benefit.
10What is CBD Isolate?
CBD is the purest form of CBD which is produced by removing all other compounds found in the plant including terpenes, flavonoid, other cannabinoids, and plant parts. CBD Isolate is extracted from hemp due to it’s low THC content. It was previously believed that CBD Isolate was more effective than Full Spectrum CBD, however this has been shown to be false .