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Sankofa Wellness Store is committed to serving the community  health and wellness needs. We provide the communities we serve with high quality CBD/HEMP products  for the best price. Our goal is to share our knowledge with others to assist them in living a better quality of life. Below we answer some Frequently asked Questions for more check out our Hemp Awareness Blog.

Frequently Asked Questions

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  • What is CBD?
    CBD is the acronym for cannibidiol, which is a naturally accuring compound extracted from hemp plants. Cbd is the most abundant cannibinoid found in hemp and is the second most well known cannibinoid found in cannabis plants.
  • How is cbd oil made?
    Cbd oil is made by first being extracted from hemp plants through one of three methods. After the cbd is isolated from the plant material, it is tested to determine to purity and potency. The cbd is then add to a carrier oils and other ingredients to create different cbd oils and products.
  • What is the difference between hemp and marijuana?
    Hemp and marijuana is very different from one another. They both are products of the cannabis plant but they have contrasting functions and effects on the human organism. The hemp products (low in thc) are believed to act on the physical body, while marijuana products are high in thc and therefore have a powerful psychoactive effect on the mind.
  • What is CBG
    CBG is a acronym for cannabigerol. It is a non acidic cannabinoid produced when heat is applied to the cannabigerolic molecule. CBG is the mother cannabinoid, it acts as a balancing, grounding cannabinoid without making you stone or high.
  • What are the benefits of CBD?
    Your body naturally produces different forms of cbd. When you eat foods that stops these cannabinoid from being produced taking a CBD supplement can help bring your body back into balance.
  • Is CBD legal?
    The Georgia Hemp Farming Act, HB 213, which passed in May 2019, formally legalized the commerce of CBD products that conform with Federal Law requirements and contain 0.3 THC or less. The cultivation, processing, and commerce of industrial hemp was legalized by HB 213.
  • What are endocannabinoids?
    Endocannabinoids are neurotransmitter, meaning they help send nevre impulses to the brain to trigger different effects on the body. Because endocannabinoids (from cannabis) act and look like endocannabinoids (from the body) the brain recognizes them and allows cannabis to affect behavior, mood, coordination and more.
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