got questions?

about CBD

Is CBD oil legal?


There is no need for a prescription or medical card to purchase hemp CBD. It is a natural constituent of the high CBD Hemp strains of the plant containing very low levels of THC. Having only trace amounts of THC, our hemp CBD oil is non-psychoactive and legal in all 50 states. CBD Oil/Hemp Oil and other hemp products are considered to be food-based. As such, there are no restrictions on the production, sale and consumption of hemp oil in the United States. CBD Oil/Hemp Oil is legal in most countries in the world as long as it contains low or in some countries untraceable concentrations of the molecule THC.




Will I fail a drug test if I take a CBD capsule?


The hemp oil in our product contains CBD which is a LEGAL cannabinoid from hemp. We take much pride in saying that our products contain 0% THC. Our CBD oil is tested in a third-party lab. We continuously have maintained a 0% THC result with each test. See our latest test results in our website footer below.




Will I get high with Cannibabe products?


No. Our Hemp Extract capsules are all made from industrial hemp, which only has trace amounts of THC (per billion), so there is no psychoactive effect from taking our products.




What is CBD?


can·na·bid·i·ol // noun: cannabidiol Cannabidiol—better known as CBD—is a cannabis compound derived from the hemp plant that has extensive medical benefits. Industrial hemp patients are usually looking for relief after trying most western medications with little positive results, patients are mostly attracted to the relief of CBD without concerting feelings of sluggishness or dysphoria. CBD’s most appealing property is its non-psychoactive results; consumers will not experience a “high” that most people assume. Clinical and scientific research underscores CBD’s potential as a treatment for a wide range of conditions including arthritis, diabetes, Multiple Scleroses, chronic pain, anxiety, alcoholism, seizures, schizophrenia, PTSD, depression, epilepsy, antibiotic-resistant infections, and most neurological disorders. The medicine is sweeping the nation offering a natural alternative to those who want to avoid pharmaceutical painkillers and other medicines, that are not only addictive but have nasty side effects.





orders & shipping

How long will it take to receive my Cannibabe order?


Items ordered and paid for will ship within 2-3 business days, unless otherwise noted in the description of the product. Your order typically delivers in 5-7 business days with our standard shipping method ($7.99). We also offer rushed shipping for an additional rate, which will secure your package to be delivered within 1-3 days after ordering. You will receive an email notification from us that contains tracking information once your order has been shipped.




Can I return any products and get a refund?


Please keep in mind that the products you purchase from Cannibabe™ are handmade with 100% natural ingredients so they tend to have variations from batch to batch, for example, like slight changes in oil color. If you receive a damaged item, contact us immediately at cannibabe.info@gmail.com. We will happily replace any damaged items provided they are reported within 24 hours of order delivery. All products are sold “as is” with the highest hopes of complete customer satisfaction. You assume the responsibility for your purchase, and no refunds will be issued. If you're not happy with your Cannibabe™ purchase, you may contact us within 20 days from the purchase date if you wish to exchange your purchase for a product of equal or lesser value. If you have any problems with your order (not received, not what you were expecting, etc.) PLEASE contact us so that we can make it right. We want to please our customers and will always try our hardest to resolve any situations that come up.




How do I pay for my order??


You may notice something different about Cannibabe - we're no longer accepting credit card payments at Cannibabe.com. In fact, due to recent & understated policy changes with Authorize.net, Moolah, Braintree, PayPal, Stripe, and other popular processing companies, we are unable to accept credit cards on our website. The companies listed above are currently terminating contracts with other legal industrial hemp & CBD businesses - Cannibabe is not alone. This means crucial (but exciting) changes will come to Cannibabe.com soon. In the meantime, we still want you to enjoy the benefits of Cannibabe. After submitting your order below, we will contact you within 24 hrs with payment options for you to choose from. Orders are not processed or shipped until payment is received. We sincerely thank you for your patience as we continue to grow with the ever-changing CBD industry. Please contact us with any questions or concerns you may have. Feel free to visit our FAQ & About pages for more info.





laws & regulations

Global Issues


Reports claim the demand for consumer goods will double in the next quarter century as disposable income increases in our world’s most popular nations; however, the expectation for our planet to double the production of raw materials (ie: oil, timber and cotton) to meet this demand is not plausible nor sustainable. A fundamental change in our source of raw materials is required for our planet to resume. This new source must be sustainable and help preserve the future of our planet. The answer is industrial hemp.




State Action


State policymakers have taken action to address various policy issues — the definition of hemp, licensure of growers, regulation and certification of seeds, state-wide commissions, and legal protection of growers. At least 41 states have passed legislation related to industrial hemp, such as defining hemp and removing barriers, and at least 39 states have allowed for hemp cultivation and production programs. Some states establishing these programs require a change in federal laws or a waiver from the DEA prior to implementation.




Federal Law


Cannibabe™’s mission is to process hemp materials into nutraceutical products that are all-natural and promote health and wellness. We work with 8th generation Kentucky farmers to create a robust, sustainable crop that’s grown outdoors in the sunlight and natural soil. All Cannibabe™ products come from farms under Section 7606 of the 2014 Farm Bill, the only federally legal path that exists for industrial hemp production and distribution. This is how Kentucky and about 25 other states have been legally manufacturing and producing hemp-derived CBD products. President Obama signed the Agricultural Act of 2014, or the 2014 Farm Bill, which included Section 7606 allowing for universities and state departments of agriculture to begin cultivating industrial hemp for limited purposes. The law also requires that the grow sites be certified by—and registered with—their state. A bipartisan group of U.S. senators introduced the Industrial Hemp Farming Act of 2015 that would allow American farmers to produce and cultivate industrial hemp. The bill would remove hemp from the controlled substances list as long as it contained no more than 0.3% THC. However, the 2014 Farm Bill, signed in by President Obama, expired on September 30th of this year. Although we have to wait even longer to hear the outcome of the 2018 Farm Bill and whether or not it will contain the language we have all been hoping for (legalizing hemp), Congress has confirmed that the hemp pilot program regime, passed in the 2014 Farm Bill, will remain in place. This means that Cannibabe™ and companies like ours, will continue with business as usual. Furthermore, Congress also confirmed that the Appropriations Act, which offered protection for the hemp pilot program from illegitimate intrusion from law enforcement agencies, has also been extended. Rest assured, you are still able to legally purchase hemp-derived CBD products, like Cannibabe™ in all 50 states. And while the 2018 Farm Bill decision may take somewhat longer than anticipated, we are still hopeful that it will pass in our favor. Many hemp supporters are hopeful that the passage will be sooner rather than later, but, in the interim, you can get involved by contacting your members of Congress to let them know how you feel about hemp and its legalization. Visit https://hempsupporter.com/resources/ to sign state and local petitions. - Additionally, The hemp industry was given very unclear guidelines and regulations for production when the federal law removed hemp from the controlled substance list. We currently have lawyers in California and Washington State pushing the issue with the Federal Government and Department of Agriculture for immediate implementation of clear guidelines, licenses and restrictions for everyone in the hemp industry. We sincerely thank you for your patience as we continue to grow with the ever-changing CBD industry. After a lengthy process through Congress, the President signed into law The Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018 (the 2018 Farm Bill) on Dec. 20, 2018. The bill replaces the Agriculture Improvement Act of 2014, which expired Sept. 30, 2018. Distributing more than $850 billion, the 2018 Farm Bill is an enormous piece of legislation that funds programs such as crop insurance, school lunches and the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), aka food stamps. Integrated into the Farm Bill is the bipartisan-supported Hemp Farming Act of 2018. The act’s inclusion is significant: industrial hemp and its derived products now are legal on a federal level, and states may choose how to move forward in this exciting new industry. Spearheaded by Sen. Mitch McConnell, The Hemp Farming Act federally legalizes the production of industrial hemp (defined as Cannabis sativa L. plants containing less than three-tenths of a percent of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC)). The low concentration of THC makes hemp unsuitable for marijuana production, which remains federally illegal. Refer to cannabisbusinesstimes.com for more info.





industrial hemp

What is the difference between hemp & marijuana?


The confusion between industrial hemp and marijuana is based on the visual similarities of widely differentiated varieties of plants. By definition, industrial hemp is high in fiber and low in active tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the psychoactive ingredient in marijuana that makes some cannabis varieties a valued drug. They have a drastically different genetic profiles: - Industrial Hemp is always a strain of Cannabis sativa - Marijuana can be Cannabis sativa, Cannabis indicia, or Cannabis hybrids. The major difference is how industrial hemp has been bred compared to a marijuana form of Cannabis sativa. Typically speaking, industrial hemp is very fibrous, with long strong stalks, and barely has any flowering buds, while a marijuana strain of Cannabis sativa will be smaller, bushier, and full of flowering buds. Hemp oil can contain trace amounts of tetrahydrocannabinol, also known as THC. However, in order to better understand why there are trace amounts of THC found in CBD products you must first look at how it is made. Cannabinoid containing oils is made by using a strain of the hemp plant that has a high CBD content and a low THC content. The reason for this is because tetrahydrocannabinol has been shown to counteract the medicinal benefits of CBD in instances of high ratio differences (i.e. very high THC count versus low CBD). Therefore, only specific strains can be used for production. While there are several methods used to create oils, typically manufacturers use a process called CO2 super critical extraction, which is currently viewed as the safest extraction method for human use, as well as the most efficient way to obtain the purest form of CBD. CO2 extraction is a method in which carbon dioxide is used to pull CBD and all other properties found within the plant and create it into a usable concentrate. The oil is filtered through various chambers under low temperatures and high pressure to ensure that the final product is of the purest medicinal oil available. 99% of the time marijuana has a high amount of THC and only a very low amount of CBD. Hemp, on the other hand, naturally has a very high amount of CBD in most instances, and only a trace amount of THC. Fortunately, the cannabinoid profile of hemp is ideal for people looking for benefits from cannabis without the ‘high.’ Hemp is used for making herbal supplements, food, fiber, rope, paper, bricks, oil, natural plastic, and so much more, whereas marijuana is usually used just recreationally, spiritually, and medicinally. The term cannabis oil can refer to either a marijuana or hemp derived oil, since marijuana and hemp are two different forms of cannabis. Make sense? In the USA the legal definition of “industrial hemp,” per Section 7606 of the Agricultural Appropriations Act of 2014, is “INDUSTRIAL HEMP —The term ‘‘industrial hemp’’ means the plant Cannabis Sativa L. and any part of such plant, whether growing or not, with a delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol concentration of not more than 0.3 percent on a dry weight basis.”




What is industrial hemp?


Industrial hemp refers to the non-psychoactive (less than 1% THC) varieties of Cannabis Sativa L. It is one of the fastest growing plants and was one of the first plants to be spun into usable fiber 10,000 years ago. Over the years, hemp has been unjustly demonized due to its association with marijuana, but this good seed is shedding a bad name. Industrial hemp is marketed a fiber, as a seed, or as a dual-purpose crop. Although market information for hemp is not easily accessible, estimated from Vote Hemp reveal the total value of hemp products in the U.S. in 2017 was $688 million. This includes clothing, auto parts, food, building materials and other products. Hemp is making a comeback of global proportion, promising research as mass interest grows in what many are calling the “miracle plant”.





  • White Instagram Icon
  • White Facebook Icon
  • White YouTube Icon

Disclaimer: Cannibabe is not for use by or sale to persons under the age of 18. The statements made regarding these products have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. The efficacy of these products has not been confirmed by FDA-approved research. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. All information presented here is not meant as a substitute for or alternative to information from health care practitioners. Please consult your health care professional about potential interactions or other possible complications before using any product. The Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act requires this notice.