Frequently Asked Questions





How long does it take Maven Hemp products to work?

Depending on your symptoms, you may feel a difference within 30 minutes to an hour. However, everybody and every symptom is different, and some can take days or weeks to feel the full effects. The best thing you can do is scan your DoseCode with the GoFire app, begin with the recommended dose for your concern, and track how you feel each time you consume the product. Increase your dose incrementally, if needed, and continue tracking the efficacy. 

Is it legal to ship your CBD products to my state?

Maven Hemp products are 100% legal to ship to all 50 states. 

How long will CBD stay in my system?

Again, everyone responds to CBD differently. How long CBD will stay in your system depends on a variety of factors, including amount taken, consistency of use, your weight/height, and your individual metabolism.

Are Hemp and Marijuana the same?

No. Hemp is completely different from marijuana in its function, cultivation and application. Marijuana, as it is widely known, is used for medicinal or recreational purposes. Hemp is used in a variety of other applications that marijuana couldn’t possibly be used in. These include healthy dietary supplements, skin products, clothing and accessories.

Marijuana contains many chemical compounds that create the different characteristics of the plant. Terpenes provide flavors and aromas, while chlorophyll in the leaves makes the plant green – but the most important chemicals in marijuana are the cannabinoids.

How can I know what dosage is right for me

We have partnered with Gofire, just scan the DoseCode on our product labels, and let the Gofire mobile app guide you in your dosing.

How do I know your CBD products are legal?

CBD derived from the hemp plant is legal in 47 states. If you live in Idaho, Nebraska, and South Dakota, the laws are a bit gray. As of 2019, none of these three states are actively prosecuting people for possession on CBD products that contain less than 0.3% THC.

What are cannibanoids?

Cannabidiol is one of hundreds of chemicals produced by the cannabis plant. Together, these groups of chemicals are called cannabinoids. These are usually extracted as something called cannabis oil (oftentimes misspelled as “canibus oil” or “cannabus oil”). There are over 100 cannibanoids found in cannabis plants, each with their own function and potentially-useful properties. These cannibanoids bind to our bodies’ own cannabinoid receptors.

Will I get high from CBD?

Not likely. While all people react differently to natural and synthetic drugs, CBD is a non-psychoactive substance. If you’ve heard that someone did get high from CBD, odds are the product was mislabeled or the label was misunderstood. Maven Hemp lab-verified products contain less than 0.3% THC, making it highly unlikely that you will experience any type of “high.” 

Will CBD show up in a drug test?

Maven Hemp CBD products contain less than 0.3% THC, which is a minuscule amount. However, because CBD is a fat-soluble molecule, it can build up in your tissues over time and cause a positive result in a drug test. If you are concerned about failing a drug test, we do not recommend ingesting our products.

What are Full Spectrum CBD products?

Full spectrum, in the context of CBD products, refers to the use of all of the cannabinoids found in the cannabis plant. Compare this to CBD isolate products, which contain only the cannabinoid, CBD. It is believed that full spectrum CBD products are more effective than isolate products due to the synergistic nature of the cannabinoids.

How are hemp oil and CBD oil different?

The difference between hemp oil and CBD oil lies primarily from where the oil is extracted. Hemp oil is extracted from the seeds of the hemp plant, similar to the process of making sunflower seed oil. CBD oil, on the other hand, is extracted from the flowers, stems, leaves, and stalk of the hemp plant.

What is the difference between marijuana, hemp and cannabis?

At the most basic level, these three substances come from different genus and/or species of the family Cannabaceae. Hemp, for example, refers to the genus Cannabis L. While botanists are in dispute as to the exact categorization of marijuana, three species are commonly recognized: Cannabis sativa, Cannabis indica, and Cannabis ruderalis. Cannabis is simply a genus of the family Cannabaceae. 

My doctor prescribed 250 mg of CBD tincture each night. How do I measure that dosage?

A lot of people get confused when it comes to reading labels for dosage information. For example, our tinctures come in a minimum concentration of 500 mg in a 30 mL bottle. This means that if you swallowed the whole bottle, you would get 15,000 mg of CBD. However, if you consumed 1 mL (1 dropper-full) of the tincture, you would consume 500 mg of CBD. To take your doctor’s recommended dose, simply ingest only half a dropper-full of the product.