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Minnesota grown with only the best ingredients. It may cost us more from seed to shelf, but our products heads above the rest!

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FAQs

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Could use of any of the products you sell cause me to fail a drug test?

Yes. Only .03 THC or much less will be found in CBD which is a trace amount, certain testing can be more sensitive than others. However, 1 Life Inc. is not licensed to provide legal advice and we kindly remind all customers that consultation by a medical professional is always advised prior to the use of any supplement. If you are subject to drug tests for any reason, we advise you seek proper legal guidance prior to consumption of any of our products.

Are all the products you sell legal?

Yes. Please refer to The 2014 Farm Bill for more information. Products such as ours are legal in all 50 states under this piece of legislation. H.R. 2642

How Much Should I take?

1 Life Inc. is not licensed to provide medical advice. Effective dosing varies greatly from individual to individual.

Are your products tested?

Yes. 3rd Party testing is done on every single thing we carry. Before anything can be released to public sales we test them directly after manufacturing each large batch. If you see another company’s brand in our stores its because we have carefully tested their products independently for potency and purity.

Where is the hemp your products are created from grown?

1 Life Products is proud to have its own capability to grow massive amounts of hemp on our own plots here in Minnesota! We are part of the Minnesota Hemp Pilot Program and we are licensed to grow and extract hemp for CBD! Our hemp farm hasn’t had any pesticides on it for decades if ever and has been previously a horse pasture for the ultimate fertile soil conditions. If needed we source additional base products of oil from ONE farm that has organically grown identical strains to our own.

Do you offer a Veteran’s Discount?

1 Life Products is a Veteran owned business and will support the fight against PTSD and other wears and tears from our Military service. More information about how to take advantage of the 20% discount we extend to all current and former military service men and women can be found HERE.

What is the difference between a MG, a ML, and/or an oz?

A mg is a unit of mass/weight. A ml is a unit of volume. A fluid oz refers to the volume of a liquid.

Many of the products you sell are referred to as “Full Spectrum”, what does this mean?

Our full spectrum products, unlike isolate products, contain a wide range of naturally occurring cannabinoids found in the hemp plant. Full spectrum CBD is also known to contain a variety of vitamins, minerals, fatty acids, protein, terpenes, fiber, flavonoids & chlorophyll. There is a growing number of scientific studies which strongly suggest full spectrum CBD products are often found to be more effective for a wide variety of symptoms CBD is often used to help alleviate.

Is it possible to overdose on CBD?

We are not licensed to provide medical advice. People have died from drinking too much water. Please consult a medical professional prior to using any product purchased from 1 Life Inc.

Do I need a prescription?

No

What is a cannabinoid?

Cannabinoids are substances found in the cannabis plant. Different cannabinoids bind with different receptors located in the central nervous system. Your body even naturally produces some cannabinoids. The wide distribution of cannabinoids in areas of the body associated with pain perception likely explains CBD’s rapid rise in popularity as an alternative to traditional medical treatments for a wide variety of conditions.

I have an endocannabinoid system?

Yes, “endocannabinoid” refers to the body’s endogenous cannabinoid system which is made up of substances which occur naturally in the body and the receptors these substances bind with.

What is the difference between hemp & marijuana?

The following chart found on ministryofhemp.com does a great job of explaining the differences between these two plants: