As more people turn to CBD, the buzz surrounding it grows louder. Celebrities use CBD for anxiety relief, athletes are incorporating it into their routines, baby boomers swear by it, and even pets benefit from its use. CBD has become synonymous with relief, and we believe understanding where CBD comes from and how it works will empower you to make better choices about how and when you use CBD.

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What is CBD?

Cannabidiol, or CBD for short, is a natural compound occurring in both marijuana and hemp plants. It is found in higher concentrations in certain strains of hemp and is widely acknowledged for its potential medicinal properties.

CBD is primarily sourced from the agricultural hemp plant, a rapidly growing flowering plant within the Cannabaceae family. Marijuana is also a member of this plant family. Hemp and marijuana have some similarities, but they differ in their phytochemical composition. This is best seen in their varying levels of THC and CBD.

Hemp has lower levels of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the psychoactive compound responsible for the “high” associated with marijuana use, and higher concentrations of CBD, which does not produce the same intoxicating effects. CBD was first identified in 1940 and is the second most common of the 113 known cannabinoids found in cannabis plants.

Is CBD Legal?

The 2018 Farm Bill (The Agricultural Improvement Act of 2018) removed hemp from the Controlled Substances Act, making it legal under federal law, which has led to its rapid growth in popularity and widespread availability.

Following the 2018 Farm Bill, hemp, from which our CBD is extracted, is considered a legal agricultural product. It’s important to understand that hemp is NOT the same as marijuana. CBD derived from hemp is legal in all 50 states, while CBD extracted from marijuana is not.

Will CBD Get Me High?

CBD is non-intoxicating and won’t produce the effects of marijuana. Many users do, however, report feelings of calm and relaxation. Hemp-based CBD must contain less than 0.3% THC, so you don’t have to worry about that marijuana “buzz.”

Our CBD is extracted from non-GMO, pesticide-free, organic hemp and does not contain the psychoactive ingredient THC. Because of that, it is unlikely you will fail a drug test if you use CBD.

The Benefits of CBD

The use of the hemp plant (Cannabis sativa) in medicine is nothing new. CBD from hemp has seen an amazing resurgence and is widely used as a natural remedy for many ailments.

Our customers report using CBD for relief from insomnia, depression, anxiety, migraines, acne, muscle pain, rheumatism, chronic pain and much more. CBD works naturally with the bodies endocannibinoid system. It can help reduce symptoms better than some synthetic drugs — and without harmful side effects.

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How Much CBD Should I Take?

Some of our customers experience positive results with as little as 20 mg of CBD per day, while others find doses between 50 mg and 100 mg per day to be most effective.

When the THC dosage is right for you, nothing quite beats them!

The main message for anyone new to THC edibles is to start with low doses and evaluate the experience before considering a high dosage edible. The high from a THC edible rises gradually and offers hours of joy, happiness and physical relaxation. For many THC lovers, an optimum dose edible is a treat which really is hard to beat.

Some edible THC connoisseurs feel that the presence of CBD makes for a somewhat smoother experience. The high can feel more rounded and for some people it may feel less ‘edgy’ and more enjoyable. CBD edible dosage, just like THC, depends very much on the individual, their physiology and past cannabis use/experience. CBD isn’t psychoactive, so you don’t have to worry about the effects of getting ‘too high’ as you would with THC.

Keen Living THC Blackberry Lime Gummies are the perfect mix of high-quality THC balanced with CBD to create a smooth experience. These are some of the best tasting gummies you will find and when dosed properly, Keen Living Gummies make every day an amazing day!

From soccer moms on the go looking for a tingly sensation to help get them between errands or more experienced THC users prepping for a more baked experience our dosing guide best identifies how many Keen Living THC gummies we would suggest.

How to use CBD?

Topical Balms & Creams

For joint pain and skin concerns, a topical application of CBD through a cream, salve, or balm is ideal. Topically applied CBD is not absorbed into the bloodstream, providing targeted relief.


Ingesting CBD oil is the second-fastest method of absorption. It starts to take effect as early as 15 minutes after ingestion, making it useful for quickly alleviating pain or discomfort. Simply use the dropper to measure the desired amount of CBD oil and place it under your tongue, where it is absorbed directly into the bloodstream. Our CBD oil is made with an isolate suspended in MCT oil.


CBD softgels are the best way to make sure you are getting exactly the dose you want, especially if you’re trying to maintain a steady, consistent dosage. Our softgels have a special nano-emulsion technology making them more soluble for absorption into your body. Take them once per day for best results.