FAQ's

What Is CBD?

CBD stands for cannabidiol, a compound found naturally in hemp plants. Hemp has a long history of use in various products all over the world, and given its high concentration of CBD (and naturally low levels of THC) it's an ideal source plant for CBD. Unlike THC (the active cannabinoid in marijuana), CBD is not intoxicating which means it will not get you high. CBD interacts with a series of receptors in your body known as the Endocannabinoid System (ECS). As some research as shown, it may assist your body and helps keep your internal rhythms in optimal balance.

Will CBD Products Get Me High?

No. CBD is not intoxicating. THC is the compound that causes a high and our products have less than the federally legal limit of 0.3% THC. products have even less. These minuscule amounts of THC are not enough to cause a high and when taken as directed.

What Is The Endocannabinoid System?

The endocannabinoid system (ECS) is a group of receptors in your brain and nervous system. These receptors work with cannabinoids made by your body, and those made by plants such as CBD. The ECS helps keep your body’s internal systems regulated and in balance.

Why do people take CBD?

People use CBD to support their overall well-being in many ways. Some may need help with specific issues. Others look to support their overall well-being. The best feedback on why we take CBD come from loyal customers. They come looking for some help with sleep. Aches and pains, for their pets, and others are looking for ways to help with dealing the daily stress and anxiety they have. CBD is not a one size fits all approach. At McGirr’s, we will work with you they find the best solution that will fit to your specific needs. We also recommend that you can do your own research online to see what challenges people are saying CBD helps them, their parents, their children or even their pets overcome. Knowledge is King!

We love reading positive stories about the impact our products we sell have on people’s everyday lives. By leaving reviews, you assist those that are seeking information on what works, how much you take, etc. The CBD market is young and continuing to change and adapt as more research about CBD is done.

Will full-spectrum CBD products make me fail a drug test?

Even though our concentrations are below the federally legal limit, we recommend you do not take full-spectrum CBD products if you are required to take a THC drug test for work, medical or personal reasons. There are alternative products being developed to minimize those risks and like most things employers someday employers may adapt their policies to the findings on the research.

What are some of the benefits using CBD?

Some of the benefits associated with CBD include the following:

Overall Health and Well-Being

CBD brings a feeling of calmness and relaxation, which is precisely what you need to stay happy. It also helps to support more restful sleep, and this, in return, improves productivity.

Support for the Mind and the Body

We live in a busy and chaotic world, and sometimes, regardless of how much you wish, you cannot function on the level that is needed. We all deal with the daily stresses of work, home, and family life, and now the pandemic. CBD provides you with the support you need for your mind and body by bringing the feelings of calmness amid chaos. CBD can also support the body when taken regularly to maintain a consistent level. It can also be applied topically to be absorbed directly by the skin and muscles.