Frequently Asked Questions
What do I need to make a purchase at Clover CBD?
You must be 18 years or older and have a valid ID to verify your age. We do not keep any of your personal information on file or require you to fill out any membership forms.
What’s the difference between CBD hemp flower and marijuana?
Both are varieties of cannabis and they look, smell and grow the same. Here’s the thing, if a cannabis plant contains more than 0.3% Δ-9-THC, then it is considered marijuana. If a cannabis plant contains less than 0.3% Δ-9-THC, then it is considered hemp and is completely legal.
It’s all about genetics. Cannabis can be bred just like other crops to make new versions of the plant. Cannabis plants used as hemp are bred to contain high amounts of CBD and low amounts of THC whereas cannabis plants used as marijuana are bred to contain high amounts of THC and low amounts of CBD.
How is CBD legal?
The Farm Bill passed by US Congress and signed into law by President Trump in 2018 makes all hemp (cannabis plants containing less than 0.3% Δ-9-THC) and products derived from hemp legal in the United States.
How should I store my CBD oil?
For the longest shelf life, store your CBD oil in the refrigerator when possible. Otherwise, store in a cool, dark place. Direct sunlight may result in the loss of potency. Properly stored CBD can last up to 1 year.
If I use CBD products, will I fail a drug test?
Most drug tests will check for the cannabinoid Δ-9-THC (delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol). The United States legal limit for Δ-9-THC for any product is 0.3%. This is an extremely small amount and because of that, it is highly unlikely that one would fail a drug test after using our products. In fact, there are nurses, truck drivers, and plenty of other hard working professionals that are drug tested regularly who use our products. However, Clover CBD does not guarantee that one will pass a drug test after using our products. Please use at your own risk.
Will CBD make me drowsy/sleepy?
CBD normally does not cause drowsiness. However, due to its anxiety and pain relieving effects, CBD can put you into a relaxed state that will allow you to fall asleep with ease when you are ready. If you are looking for a product to make you sleepy, we do sell CBD products with added melatonin to help you fall asleep and stay asleep longer.
Will CBD get me high?
Nope. It will simply help your body regulate its natural systems so that you can feel relaxed and pain-free.
How do I take a CBD tincture?
Most CBD tinctures need to be taken sublingually (under the tongue) unless labeled otherwise. We recommend holding one dose of a tincture under the tongue for about one minute. This will allow the blood vessels located there to absorb the CBD and other awesome cannabinoids found in the tincture directly into the bloodstream.
CBD tinctures can have a strong flavor that may be unpleasant for some. If this is the case for you, you can try to hold your nose throughout the entire dosing process so that you do not experience the taste. You can follow this up with a gulp of a tasty beverage for safe measure.
Mixing a tincture into another drink is not an effective method of dosing and will render the tincture useless unless the tincture is labeled otherwise.
What’s the best way to take CBD?
The best way to take CBD is the way that feels most comfortable for you. The main ways to take CBD are tinctures, edibles, vaping, topicals and of course smoking raw flower. All of these methods will give the user a full-body relaxing effect that will relieve pain and anxiety throughout the body with the exception of topicals which will only provide pain and inflammation relief to the area they are applied to. Tinctures and edibles may take 45 to 120 minutes to take full effect where as vaping and smoking raw flower are almost immediate. These are all important things to take into account when choosing which CBD product is right for you.
What are your hours?
We are open Monday through Saturday from 10 AM to 9 PM and on Sundays from 10 AM to 6 PM.
Are children allowed in your store?
Children under the age of 18 may enter our store so long as they are accompanied by a parent or guardian that is at least 18 years old.
Are dogs allowed in your store?
Most definitely! We would love to meet your furry friend and give them a tasty treat. We also sell a ton of different CBD products for your pet that will help them with any anxiety, inflammation or digestive issues.
We love doggos so much, we will even put your cute pupper on our Instagram Story if that’s cool with you.
Couldn’t find what you’re looking for?
If you still have questions, we have answers! Give us a call at (828) 417-9003 during our business hours or click the button below and fill out the quick form that follows. Someone from our knowledgable team will reach out to you soon via email.
A lot of people have questions about CBD and how to use it. We’ve made a list of the questions we hear the most along with their answers straight from our knowledgable staff.
2019-02-27 Weaverville, NC Daily News
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