Frequently Asked Questions

General Questions

Marijuana, Weed, Pot, Ganja, Hemp are all terms that refer to Cannabis. Cannabis is the name used to describe a family of flowering plants that come from the Cannabaceae family. There are several different species of cannabis, all of which contain more than 100 cannabinoids. Cannabinoids are naturally occurring compounds that bind to cannabinoid receptors throughout the body leading to a number of possible effects, including feelings of intoxication and pain relief.

Cannabis is believed to have originated in Mongolia and southern Siberia, although some maintain that the plant could be found in the early years in South Asia, Afghanistan, and the Huang River Valley in northern China. Professor Ernest Abel believed that the plant was among one of the first widely cultivated in the world and is over 12,000 years old.

Ancient cultures used cannabis for its medicinal properties. Burned seeds in graves of shamans could be found as early as 500 B.C. suggesting that the psychoactive properties could have been utilized during ceremonies and healing rituals.

In America, the plant was grown by colonists in the 1500s for use in creating textiles and rope, with the seeds being consumed as food. Some evidence suggests that the medicinal use of cannabis could have begun as early as 400 A.D.

However, it wasn’t until the middle of the 19th century that the United States saw its use as medicine in the United States. This was following the discovery made by an Irish doctor studying in India, who found that the use of cannabis extracts could relieve gastrointestinal symptoms in those with cholera.


The recreational use of cannabis is thought to have begun as early as 900 B.C. when the Scythians, a group of Iranian nomads, were believed to have burned the seeds to inhale the smoke containing the psychoactive ingredient.

The medicinal use of cannabis has been a controversial topic because of legal issues surrounding its use. Medical cannabis is derived from the Cannabis sativa plant, and both THC and CBD can be used for a variety of different ailments.

The most common use for medicinal cannabis is the management of chronic pain in efforts to lessen the need for opioids or over-the-counter drugs such as ibuprofen. Research has found that both THC and CBD can have a direct and positive effect on neuropathic pain, however, evidence to support its efficacy on other types of pain is not conclusive.1

There have been major studies regarding the use of medicinal cannabis for a variety of other conditions, especially with the substance being decriminalized and legalized for medicinal use in many states and countries. Evidence suggests that the following conditions could benefit from the use of medicinal cannabis including:


People with these health conditions saw relief from their chronic pain because of the common pathway that leads to the worsening of their symptoms and the effect that cannabis has on neuropathic pain.

Medical cannabis has also been the subject of research to determine if it can help people manage other conditions such as: 

  • Nausea
  • Glaucoma
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder
  • Wasting syndrome associated with HIV
  • Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)
  • Crohn’s disease
  • Rare forms of epilepsy
  • Dravet syndrome
  • Lennox-Gastaut syndrome
  • Cancer
  • Eating disorders
  • Muscle spasms

Although more research is needed and will continue to be done with the widespread legalization of cannabis for medical use, the only uses that have seen a vast confirmation are chronic pain, nausea and vomiting, and tight or stiff muscles caused by MS.

The cannabis plant produces over 480 compounds, dozens of which are known as cannabinoids. They’re the active ingredients that are responsible for the way marijuana affects people – whether they’re enjoying it recreationally or using it to treat an illness.


Every individual suffers from different symptoms when diagnosed with common illnesses. Custom Cannabis Oil uses your personal symptoms to create a medication just for you to experience relief. Hemp oil is not a one-size-fits-all solution to serious illnesses. 

Yes, there are no known damaging side-effects when using cannabis oil. You will not get intoxicated (high, stoned) using cannabis oil treatments.

YES, Cannabis Oil is Legal in the United States, ALL States. Cannabis oil is legal to ship to all states. NO Medical Marijuana Patient Card Required to posess cannabis oil.

In order to ensure you get the proper dosage of cannabinoids the best solution is absorbing your medication through the mucus membranes under your tongue.

No, taking cannabis oil will not get you intoxicated.

NO, a medical marijuana patient card is not needed to buy/posess cannabis oil.

We take into consideration all medication you are currently taking. Cannabis OIl is all natural and the human body produces cannabinoids in small amounts. Taking more cannabinoids doesn't affect most medications. Our goal is to eliminate all other medications.

Yes, we create custom blends for pets pain, inflammation, arthritis, broken bones, hip issues, skin issues, diet challenges, weight issues, anxiety, high strung, stress, and other issues. Contact us for pricing.