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Frequently Asked Questions

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CBD that contains 0.3% of THC or less is legal in many states within the United States.

It’s best to check your state’s .org website to find out the status of CBD regulations in your state.

CBD is a non-pharmaceutical solution for soothing relief, healthy living, and is safe to use.

CBD can interact with medications therefore, it is best to consult with your doctor before adding CBD to your daily medication routine.

Anyone can use CBD.

Given that CBD can interact with medications, it is highly advised that you consult with your doctor before adding CBD to your daily medication routine. 

Our products provide relief and will not make you high.

Our products do not contain tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the psychoactive ingredient found in marijuana that produces a psychoactive effect. 

Our CBD products have 0.0% THC. This means that their level is “non-detectable” at the specific detection level used in product testing. 

However, the consumption of certain hemp products may lead to a positive drug test for THC.

Although the risk is low, we cannot guarantee that THC will be absent in a drug test.

We strongly recommend that you consult with your health care provider before consuming any hemp products.

Accordingly, you use our products at your own risk. We are not responsible for any personal adverse employment related actions after the use of our products.  

Although CBD can be derived from both hemp and marijuana plants, hemp contains 0.3% THC or less, whereas marijuana contains more than 0.3% THC.

Cascabel products are made from broad-spectrum CBD that is derived from hemp and contains 0.0% THC.


By extracting CBD from the cannabis plant using the CO2 extraction method.

With the CO2 extraction method, the hemp is placed in a chamber that is filled with carbon dioxide. Pressure is then applied to the chamber. The carbon dioxide turns to liquid, absorbs the hemps oils and flavors. The liquid is then pumped into a final chamber where the liquid carbon dioxide is turned into a gas. CBD is extracted from the gas, diluted with carrier oils coconut or hemp seed.

Broad-spectrum CBD oil is derived from hemp, rich in phytocannabinoids, terpenes, fatty acids, and 0.0% THC concentration. 

Broad-spectrum CBD oil does not cause the psychoactive effects of THC.

Full-spectrum CBD oil is derived from hemp and retains the THC.

Both spectrums preserve the terpenes and flavonoids. Both spectrums offer the benefits of the entourage effect from all of the plant’s compounds.

Cascabel oils use broad-spectrum CBD and have 0.0% of THC.      

A CBD tincture is an alcohol-based extract. High-proof alcohol is used as a solvent to extract the natural compounds of the cannabis plant. It is also used in he finished CBD product.

CBD in alcohol-based liquids will often contain approximately 60% to 70% alcohol.

Tinctures are often mixed with additives like sweeteners and flavoring.  

The ideal amount of CBD that you can consume will depend on a number of factors:

  • your size and weight
  • your tolerance level to CBD
  • your body’s chemistry
  • and the potency of the CBD product(s) being used.


Generally speaking, there a number of variables that factor into deciding how much CBD you can or should take. 

It is recommended that before you try any CBD product that you consult with your doctor about the appropriate dosage for you and potential risks. Use the doctor recommended dosage amounts when purchasing CBD products. CBD can interact with medications and therefore, it is best to follow your doctor’s dosage recommendations.

Still unsure, we recommend that you start with the lowest amount and gradually increase as your body builds up an immunity to the product.

Below is a usage chart for our tinctures. The chart shows how much CBD is in every millimeter of tincture oil.