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Simply put: Yes! When sourced from hemp plants, hemp can be purchased and consumed in all 50 states as long as it is grown in accordance with the 2018 Farm Act and there’s less than 0.3% THC in any given batch. According to an announcement from the FDA in December of 2018, the 2018 Farm Bill was signed into law. The bill removed hemp, defined as cannabis (Cannabis sativa L.) and derivatives of cannabis with extremely low concentrations of the intoxicating compound delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) —no more than 0.3 percent THC on a dry weight basis—from the definition of marijuana in the Controlled Substances Act (CSA).

State Is Hemp legal? Restrictions
Alabama Yes None
Alaska Yes No Hemp-infused food/beverage allowed
Arizona Yes No food/beverage
Arkansas Yes No food/beverage
California Yes No food/beverage
Colorado Yes No baked goods
Connecticut Yes Food/bev must be registered
Delaware Yes Hemp grower must be affiliated with Delaware State University
Florida Yes Labeling is regulated
Georgia Yes No food/beverage
Hawaii Yes None
Idaho No Illegal in every form
Illinois Yes None
Indiana Yes Labeling is regulated
Iowa No Illegal in every form
Kansas Yes No food/beverage
Kentucky Yes Hemp tea not allowed
Louisiana Yes Many product restrictions
Maine Yes OK only if Hemp extracted from licensed Maine hemp grower
Maryland Yes Unclear
Massachusetts Yes Hemp food/bev requires purity testing
Michigan Yes No food/beverage
Minnesota Yes No food/beverage
Mississippi Yes Must be at least 20:1 Hemp:THC ratio
Missouri Yes Age 18+ only. Sales require state registration.
Montana Yes No food/beverage
Nebraska Yes No food/beverage
Nevada Yes No food/bev; Hemp sales allowed in cannabis stores only
New Hampshire Yes Regulations coming
New Jersey Yes None
New Mexico Yes None
New York Yes No food/bev; purity testing required
North Carolina Yes No food/beverage
North Dakota Yes None
Ohio Yes None
Oklahoma Yes None
Oregon Yes Label regulations coming
Pennsylvania Yes No food/bev; label regulations coming
Rhode Island Yes Label guidelines coming
South Carolina Yes No food/beverage
South Dakota No Not legal in any form
Tennessee Yes None
Texas Yes Label guidelines coming
Utah Yes Registration required for sales
Vermont Yes Can't combine Hemp with meat or dairy. Maple syrup has its own rules.
Virginia Yes None
Washington Yes No food/beverage
West Virginia Yes No food/beverage
Wisconsin Yes No food/beverage
Wyoming Yes None

Let’s start with what it’s not:  Hemp is NOT intoxicating, and won’t get you “high.” Ok now that that’s out of the way, the Hemp plant's natural and popular phytocannabinoid extracts are chemical compounds that interact with the human Endocannabinoid System (ECS), promoting balance, and often resulting in a feeling of relaxation and calm. Hemp extracts, by definition, must contain less than 0.3% THC (delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol), which is the major active ingredient in marijuana.

The Endocannabinoid System (ECS) is a complex cell-signaling system found in mammals, and only recently discovered in the 1990s. It involves three parts: endocannabinoids, receptors, and enzymes. Endocannabinoids help keep internal functions running smoothly. Scientists now recognize that the ECS plays a crucial role in all kinds of human physiological functions: helping to regulate mood, sleep, movement, pleasure, memory, the gastrointestinal system, appetite, bone health, seizures, and pain sensation—just to name a few! 

The complicated means by which hemp extract, specifically the phytocannabinoid compounds, interact with your ECS likely benefits a person’s health in a variety of ways. Experts are still exploring the ECS. But so far, we do know that this system plays a role in regulating human functions and processes, leading to a desired state of “homeostasis.”

Although there are numerous anecdotal claims on the positive effects of hemp's phytocannabinoid extracts — whether that be upon mood, as a sleep aid, or for management of joint discomfort — this is still a highly regulated space in the U.S. when it comes to touting hemp extract's “medicinal, psychological or medical benefits.” At Easy Feeling, we choose to be FDA compliant with our language, which limits our claims about how hemp extracts can benefit you. We do believe, however, that the first-hand reports of the benefits of hemp extracts and oils are too numerous and compelling to ignore, which we encourage you to research on your own.

Short answer:Yes! According to current research at the time of this post (July 2020), as long as there’s less than 0.3% THC in the hemp product, it’s considered safe for pets, in correct dosages. Our premium hemp-derived products promise to contain less than 0.3% THC always, and we make certain our labels offer compliant dosing instructions. 

Of note, ongoing testing for hemp's effect on pets looks promising, and we look forward to sharing additional research as it emerges!

No way! Our hemp-derived products are NOT intoxicating, are fully legal, and will not get you “high.” Our hemp-based products Do NOT  come from the marijuana plant. Unlike its "look-alike'' cousin marijuana, at Easy Feeling, our hemp products feature broad-spectrum extract containing absolutely 0% THC. The extraction process resulting in broad-spectrum oil means our products retain some of the other cannabinoids, terpenes, and similar potentially beneficial compounds, but has REMOVED all THC. We always recommend looking at our third-party lab results, located on each product page, if you want to understand the exact levels of Cannabidiol contained in each Easy Feeling product you purchase.

The U.S. government thinks so! Under the new 2018 Farm Bill, hemp has been reclassified as the same as rice or corn. Meaning, hemp is legal in all 50 states. Our products contain only broad-spectrum hemp extract, which are all-natural and non-addictive ingredients, with 0% THC.

Like the old adage goes, we are all unique. Everyone also has different stressors affecting their bodies during any given timeframe. Finding your optimal hemp wellness regimen is a personal journey that takes some time to dial in. There are faster acting products, like tinctures and topicals, and slower yet longer lasting products like softgels. We encourage those with an interest in exploring the benefits of hemp extract to start slow with topical rubs and small doses (10mg and under) of ingestible hemp, like tinctures or gummies, to see how your body responds. Take your first dose at night, since hemp can make some folks feel drowsy. Notice if you slept more soundly, and adjust your dosage as-needed. Or, if you are feeling stressed-out during the day, try a small dose in the morning, and see how it goes. We also recommend taking notes about your hemp journey!

ORDER INFORMATION

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Your order will be shipped out between 1-2 business days. Orders placed after our afternoon cutoff (1PM PST) will ship the next business day.

Shipping costs are dependent on the items in your order and your selected shipping method. The total shipping costs will automatically compute during checkout prior to the completion of your order, so no surprises! (Recall, FREE shipping on orders over $50!)

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