Can I take CBDA with other medications?

If you are on multiple prescriptions, we recommend speaking with your physician first. While CBDA, similar to CBD, has a low side effect profile, there has been reports that it can interact with other prescription medications if you take a high dose. This is especially true if you have a history of liver complications.

How to take CBDA?

Because everyone has different biochemistry, how much and when to take CBDA can differ between people. We typically recommend starting with a smaller dose, such as 20mg to 40mg for a couple days and see how you feel. We have many customers who take 100mg to 200mg per day as well. You can always move…

What are the CBDA benefits?

The natural acidic cannabinoids found in the hemp flower, such as CBDA (cannabidiolic acid), have undergone a revolution in the hemp sciences as technology to purify them on scale has only recently been developed. CBDA and other acidic cannabinoids overcome a significant problem that is inherent to their neutral forms, poor absorption. Recent research shows…

What is CBDA?

CBDA is the most abundant cannabinoid in the hemp flower, and is the precursor to CBD. All CBD products first started with CBDA in the extract, which when purified by conventional processes, converts to CBD in a process called decarboxylation.

Full Spectrum CBDA vs Natural Spectrum CBDA

If you are familiar with full spectrum CBD, you know that it contains CBD and other minor cannabinoids from the hemp plant like CBG, CBC, CBDV, and some THC. These are all decarboxylated forms of their original acidic profile. The amounts of types of other minor cannabinoids will depend on the hemp strain that was…