What is CBD Oil?

CBD is simply an active chemical compound, or cannabinoid, that’s found in the cannabis plant. The reason it’s becoming so popular across such a wide audience of people right now though is because unlike the other main compound in cannabis (THC), it doesn’t get you high. Full Spectrum CBD can contain the legal amount allowed of .3% or less, and will not get you high. That is not enough THC to produce a high. There have been thousands upon thousands of medical studies showing all of the health benefits that CBD has, but “average” people are loving it because it doesn’t produce any mind-altering psychoactive effects. -marijuanabreak-author/ Jeff Yauck

Why Country Naturals chooses CBD Full Spectrum

Full Spectrum Oil has all of the cannabinoids in hemp. Consuming full spectrum products can potentially unlock more of the healing benefits of hemp oil. This is achieved through what is often called the “entourage effect.” This “entourage effect” is the combination of terpenes and other cannabinoids working in concert with the CBD. Consumers have reported that this formula further delivers the benefits they are looking for. Imagine having to choose between a plain strawberry smoothie (isolate CBD Oils) and a strawberry smoothie featuring a medley of fruit (full spectrum). Both strawberry smoothies are delicious and nutritional, but the latter contains more flavors and provides a wider range of nutrition, just like the “entourage effect.” In addition to those benefits, full spectrum contains an assortment of beneficial fatty acids, vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and fiber.
-CBS Infusionz

Coconut Oil Carrier is the perfect mixture for CBD Oils

As it turns out, coconut oil is pretty much the perfect carrier oil for CBD because of its saturated fat content. The way that cannabinoids work molecularly is, the higher the lipid content of the oil they are in, the better and more efficiently they can dissolve. Coconut oil is up to 90% saturated fat, as opposed to olive oil and hemp seed oil which are only around 14% and 11%, respectively. But don’t worry; since the saturated fat content of coconut oil is composed largely of medium chain triglycerides (MCT’s) instead of long chain triglycerides (LGT’s), you don’t really have to worry about it clogging up your arteries. As it goes, in fact, coconut oil is one of the only natural oils that has a high content of MCT’s. So while this serves as an excellent energy source that is much more easily metabolized than complex carbohydrates or LCT’s, it also serves as the perfect carrier for CBD.

So ultimately, this is the reason why most of the best CBD oils are made with coconut oil as opposed to hemp seed oil; since coconut oil has more saturated fat, it can break down and “carry” more CBD molecules, and ultimately deliver more of it to our cells for absorption.
-MarijuanaBreak Staff / Updated on May 17, 2018

Where is our CBD from?
Country Naturals CBD is grown in KY on a Certified KY Proud farm, and manufactured in KY.
What does Certified KY Proud mean?
For a product to be considered Certified KY Proud the products must be tested often and maintain ingredients that are USA grown and of the highest standards. When you buy a product with the KY proud label you are buying the freshest made products possible. You are also keeping your dollars close to home as you are helping a Kentucky farm family earn a living.
Will I fail a drug test if I use CBD oil?
We can not state that you will or won’t. Our CBD is full spectrum, and does contain .3% or less THC (traces of THC). Also overusing CBD (using more than directed) could affect a drug test.
What is the recommended dosage?
Recommended dosage amount is located on all CBD product packages.
Will this replace my RX medications?
NO! You should always consult with your Doctor before adding any dietary supplements with your medications.
What is the strength of the Oil?

All of Country Naturals has a THC Compound of .3% or less.

Are the products legal in all states?

We have consulted with Lawyer and have been informed that this is legal to buy and sell in most States.  

CBD derived from Hemp is legal. (Ours is derived from Hemp) Quote from CBD Origin
If, however, the CBD is derived from hemp and adheres to the following regulations set forth in the new farm bill, it is removed as a Schedule I substance and is legal:
The hemp must contain less than 0.3% THC
(Ours does contain .03% or less.)
The hemp must adhere to the shared state-federal regulations
The hemp must be grown by a properly licensed grower.
(JOG is a properly licensed grower and they work with the State of KY Hemp Program and are certified. Based on all this I will now ship to all states.)

We also recommend you check your local laws as they may differ from state to state.