CBD Info

CBD Info

  1. What Is CBD?
    CBD is short for cannabidiol which is derived from the cannabis plant. In recent years CBD has been extensively researched. It is non-psychoactive, which means it does not cause intoxication, and provides many health benefits, including restful sleep, reduces nausea, improves relaxation, cartilage repair, healthy joint function, and others. For more information on the benefits of CBD, we recommend consulting your doctor, government resources and reading scientific publications.

    We care about our customers’ requirements, and we gladly cater to specific requests! Feel free to reach out to us by email or phone at Momma Dora Medicinals.

    Phone: 844-422-3420. Email: cbdlegaloil420@gmail.com
  2. Endocannabinoid System
    The Endocannabinoid System (ECS) comprises of a group of endogenous cannabinoid receptors that are located throughout our central nervous system (CNS), peripheral nervous system (PNS), and our immune system. Our CNS is part of our brain and spinal cord. The peripheral nervous system acts as a communication network that links our central nervous system to the rest of our body.

    Our brains contain the largest concentration of cannabinoid receptors, but they also occur in other organs and other parts of the body, including tissues and glands. The existence of many ECS receptors throughout our body is one of the reasons why CBD is so effective and offers such a wide range of health benefits.
  3. Cannabidiol (CBD)
    Cannabidiol (or CBD) occurs naturally in trichomes, which are tiny structures found on the surfaces of mature cannabis plants. The cannabinoid molecule was discovered in 1940, and since then researchers have been studying the health benefits of CBD, which include improved sleep, relief from joint pain. It can also alleviate mild nausea, improve sports recovery, support the immune system, and reduce stress.

    Cannabidiol exists in two forms, CBD and CBDA, both of which have been researched in recent years to identify their health benefits and effects on the body. CBDA occurs in cannabis plants that are still growing. It is only when the plant is harvested, dried and heated that CBD is formed. CBDA has shown potential therapeutic benefits, however, most research has focused on CBD. CBDA is transformed into CBD by baking or heating cannabis. This process is known as decarboxylation (or activation). It removes the acid group, and the CBDA is transformed into CBD. All our products go through the decarboxylation process. Extensive research has shown that CBD binds more efficiently to the body’s cannabidiol receptors, and is therefore more effective than CBDA.

    CBD is an organic product that has little or no side effects. As such, CBD is a safer, natural alternative to synthetic products. Hemp has a history that dates back many thousands of years, and in this time there has never been a recorded fatality. CBD studies have shown that it is non-toxic, even with extreme doses. Nevertheless, you should consult your doctor if you intend to take more than 300mg within a 24 hour period.
  4. Cannabinoids
    Cannabinoids are molecules that occur naturally in hemp and cannabis. These molecules activate two receptors (CB1 and CB2) in the body’s central nervous system. CB1 receptors are found primarily in the brain, while CB2 receptors are found in the peripheral nervous system. CBD does not activate the brain’s CB1 receptors, and is therefore not strongly psychoactive.

    There are more than 110 known cannabinoids, each having unique receptor interactions, and each producing different results.

    We cannot substantiate CBD health claims. So, for further information on receptor activation and the effects on the body, we recommend research using reliable sources.

Knowledge Base

  1. CBD Dosage Guide

    In recent times, CBD has increasingly been regarded as an effective health supplement, however there is still some confusion regarding certain aspects, including dosage. With this in mind, this CBD dosage guide is intended to help our customers decide how to use CBD supplements. The information on our website and this knowledge base are not intended to be medical advice, and our products are not intended as a treatment or cure for any disease. Please consult a medical professional if you suspect you may have a serious illness.

  2. What is the ideal CBD dosage?

    Your ideal CBD dosage will depend on a number of factors. This includes your genetics, weight, metabolism, and other factors. Everyone has a unique endocannabinoid system. For some people, a small amount of CBD is enough to deliver the desired benefit. For others, a much higher dosage may be required in order to have the same effect. If you are taking CBD for the first time, start with a small dose of only 5-10mg. You can increase this later if you wish. The effect may not be immediate, so be patient. Wait for 2 hours before taking another dose.

  3. What is decarboxylation?

    Decarboxylation is a chemical reaction that activates the chemical compounds found in hemp and cannabis, which transforms CBDA into CBD by removing a carbon atom from the carbon chain.

    As the cannabis plant grows, it produces CBDA in tiny hair-like structures called trichomes. These structures develop on the surfaces of the plant, including the leaves, flowers and stalks.

    Decarboxylation occurs when CBDA is heated to 240°F. Although decarboxylation can occur below 240°F, it is far less efficient at these temperatures. When CBDA reaches 240°F the carbon atom is removed from the carbon chain, which causes CBDA to be transformed into CBA.

  4. Is CBD psychoactive?

    CBD is non-psychoactive, which means it has no intoxicating effects. You will not get high if you consume CBD.

    CBD works in a part of our nervous system known as the endocannabinoid system (ECS). The ECS has two main types of CBD receptors:
    CB1 receptors, which are located primarily in the brain and spinal cord, and to a lesser extent in other organs and tissues.
    CB2 receptors, which occur primarily in the peripheral nervous system. They also occur throughout our gastrointestinal and immune systems.

    CB1 receptors, which occur primarily in the brain, are responsible for the intoxicating effects of CBD. CB2 receptors, which are located in other parts of the body, are responsible for CBD’s other effects.

    For example, THC binds with the CB1 receptors in the brain, and for this reason has an intoxicating effect. THC also binds with CB2 receptors that occur in other parts of our body, which results in a range of benefits for many people.

    CBD only binds to CB2 receptors (unlike THC) and therefore has almost no effect on your brain. CBD does not alter perception and will not get you high.

  5. What is the difference between hemp oil and CBD products?

    If you are new to CBD or a first-time buyer, you may be unsure of which product to choose. There are many online stores that sell hundreds of CBD products. It can be difficult for first-time buyers to consider all the products available. Also, be aware that large retailers such as Target and Amazon sell hemp oil, which should not be confused with CBD oil.

    Hemp oil (also called hemp seed oil), is extracted by pressing the seeds of the hemp plant. Hemp oil does not have the benefits of CBD products because hemp seeds do not contain any CBD.

    Instead, hemp seed oil contains fatty acids and omega-3s. The Hemp Industries Association has made a clear distinction between hemp oil and CBD extracts by saying that “CBD is not a product or component of hemp seeds, and labeling to that effect is misleading and motivated by the desire to take advantage of the legal gray area of CBD under federal law. Hemp seed oil does not contain any significant quantity of CBD.”

  6. How can I find a good supplier of CBD oil?

    There are a number of things to consider before deciding where to buy CBD oil. For example, what ingredients does the supplier use? What is the price per milligram of CBD? Are third-party test results available for all products? Do they disclose the source of their hemp?
    Online forums are a good source of information and a place where CBD buyers can share their experiences and product reviews. Although there are some low-quality CBD products available, there are also a number of reputable companies that offer high-quality CBD products and reliable service. The best approach is to know what's in the product and where it comes from. This will save you time and money.

  7. What are the benefits of CBD?

    CBD can be helpful for the following*:

    Promotes healthy and restful sleep
    Maintains healthy cartilage and joint function
    Improves sports recovery
    Improves relaxation
    May improve occasional mood fluctuations
    Reduces stress
    Alleviates mild or occasional nausea
    Supports the immune system

    While we aim to provide as much CBD information as possible, to comply with US regulations, we are not permitted to make any health-related claims regarding our products. For further information on the benefits of CBD, we recommend consulting your doctor, related scientific publications, and government research.


    * These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


  1. What is the difference between CBD and THC?

    CBD and THC are both cannabinoids and have a similar chemical composition, however, their atoms are arranged differently. THC has a molecular structure that interacts perfectly with CB1 receptors located in the brain, and it is this connection that provides the intoxicating effect. CBD, on the other hand, does not connect well with CB1 receptors, but connects with CB2 receptors (located in other organs), which produces an entirely different effect.

  2. Is CBD legal?

    It is a good idea to ask this question before purchasing CBD products. Hemp-derived CBD products are currently legal in all 50 states, and over 30 countries. To be safe, always check with your local authorities, such as police and customs. This will confirm the legality of CBD in your area. The information on our website should not be regarded as legal advice, so we strongly advise that you check with local authorities to confirm that CBD products are legal in your location before purchasing them.

  3. Do Momma Dora Medicinals CBD products contain THC?

    Absolutely Not! At Momma Dora Medicinals we are 100% THC Free backup by a 3rd party laboratory results in each and every box.

  4. Do Momma Dora Medicinals products contain heavy metals or pesticides?

    Definitely not! All of our plant materials and products are third-party tested for pesticides and heavy metals. These test results can be found on the COA inside each and every box.

  5. What do you test for?

    Full Cannabinoid Profile & Potency 
    Heavy Metal Analysis 

    Microbiology Contaminants 

    Terpenes Profile 

    Analysis of Volatile Organic Compounds

  6. Are Momma Dora Medicinals products vegan?

    Absolutely! We do not use animal products at any stage of the production process, including extraction and packaging. Our products contain no preservatives, and all are gluten-free.

  7. Can I order from anywhere in the United States?

    Yes, our products are available in all 50 states. Laws constantly change, so before purchase, we strongly advise that you check with your local authorities to ensure the legality of consuming hemp CBD products in your location.

  8. Can I swallow the tinctures or should I take them sublingually?

    Take the tinctures sublingually by holding it under your tongue for about five to ten seconds. Sublingual intake may take effect faster.

  9. If I have a drug test after using your products, will I test positive?

    If you take CBD products, it is possible that a drug test may return a false positive result. We take no responsibility or liability if this occurs. If you are concerned about this, we advise against taking CBD.

  10. Can I order from outside the U.S.?

    Yes, we ship to a number of countries, however, we strongly advise that you check with your local authorities to ensure that it is legal to consume CBD products in your location. Before purchase, you should check with your local authorities, such as customs and police. If you are purchasing from outside of the U.S., you accept full responsibility for the product after it has been shipped. Momma Dora Medicinals is not responsible for shipping delays, and we do not issue refunds for products that are seized by customs.

  1. Can I buy Momma Dora Medicinals products in stores?
    Absolutely! Our products are available in several retail stores throughout the U.S. For a location near you, refer to our store locator.
  2. Which payment methods do you accept?
    We accept all major credit cards. All of your details are safe with us, as we regard the security of your data very seriously. To prevent credit fraud, all card holders (credit and debit) are validated by us and authorization by the card issuer.
  3. When will I be charged if I order online?
    Your card will be charged immediately after the payment has been checked by Momma Dora Medicinals, and authorized by your bank.
  4. How will I know if my order has been accepted?
    You will receive email verification when your order has been accepted by our website. This email will include details of your order, including an invoice number. Please be sure to keep this email, as this will ensure that your inquiries will be processed quickly.
  5. Will I be notified when my order has been shipped?
    Yes! You will receive tracking information via email when your package has been shipped.
  6. What should I do if I don’t receive a confirmation email with a tracking number?
    Check your spam folder. Our confirmation emails are automatically generated, and some email clients direct these to a spam folder. To avoid this, be sure to add Momma Dora Medicinals to your address book. If the confirmation email is not in your spam folder, check the details that you provided to us. If these are correct, contact us at: cbdlegaloil420@gmail.com.
  7. How long will it take for my order to be shipped?
    Most orders are processed within 24 hours on weekdays, and 72 hours on weekends. Orders placed before midday (12pm) Monday to Friday, are shipped the same day. Orders placed on weekends or national holidays are shipped on the following Monday morning.
  8. What should I do if my shipment is incorrect or missing an item?
    If an item is incorrect or missing from your order, please contact us immediately so that we can send a replacement.
  9. Can I return a product?
    Yes, you can return an item if it is unused and in the same condition that you received it. It must also be in our original packaging. Please be aware that shipping costs are not refundable, and you will also be responsible for the cost of return shipping. If you receive a refund, the cost of return shipping will be deducted from your refund. Our return policy lasts for 14 days from the date that you receive the shipment. We cannot offer a refund or exchange if 14 days has elapsed since you received your order. In some circumstances we may, at our sole discretion, offer a partial refund.
  10. Is free shipping available for international orders?
    No, our offer of free shipping applies only to orders placed within the continental U.S.