Welcome to Breazy’s CBD collection of the best selling CBD products. Our selection of products collects only the highest-quality CBD items including tinctures, CBD oil, drops, edibles, bath bombs, gummies, and dog treats.
The popularity of CBD-infused products has boomed in the last year with many big-name retailers beginning to carry the product. Breazy is excited to offer our new CBD collection of a wide selection of the highest-quality cannabidiol products, edibles, CBD oil, and so many other items.
None of those brick-and-mortars can match the selection of CBD inventory and prices that Breazy offers. From organic to full spectrum to all-natural, you can find CBD tinctures, gummies, CBD oils, topical balms, lotions, and even treats and chews for your dog or cat.
Many of these CBD products come in a variety of strengths and doses depending on your needs and experience. All of these products have been vetted by Breazy for quality and were produced by the CBD industry’s most trustworthy manufacturers.
CBD Information and FAQ
Will vaping CBD get me high?
No. CBD is a non-psychoactive substance. While it can promote feelings of relaxation and general wellness, it does not deliver a mind-altering effect. While some CBD products may contain trace amounts of THC (the cannabinoid responsible for the marijuana "high" feeling), if present at all it will be in a dose far too low to produce an effect.
Is hemp oil the same as CBD?
While hemp oil is derived from seeds of the same plant as CBD, it's used mainly for its nutritional benefits including protien and essential fatty acids. It does not contain an appreciable concentration of CBD or any of the other cannabinoids found in the hemp plant and thus will not provide the same benefits as CBD.
What's the difference between full-spectrum CBD and CBD isolate?
Full-spectrum CBD is extracted directly from the hemp plant and contains a variety of cannabinoids and terpenes. When used together, these compounds can produce what's called an entourage effect, amplifying the benefit of CBD. However, if you're in a situation where consuming even a trace amount of THC is undesirable (remember, hemp-derived CBD products can contain a non-psychoactive dose of up to 0.3% THC), isolated CBD products that have been stripped of all cannabis compounds execpt the CBD itself may be a better option.
How much CBD should I take?
There are a lot of variables when it comes to choosing a CBD dose. Vaping, for example, is a more efficient delivery method, so you'll need a lower dose than if you were eating CBD or applying it topically. Your body's weight and individual chemistry will also play a role in how you interact with CBD. Our products come with detailed potency descriptions and dosing recommendations, we suggest starting with the lowest recommended dosage for your product and desired result. From there, you can begin increasing the dose after a few days until the desired results are achieved.
How do I take CBD?
CBD can be taken in a variety of ways. Edible CBD comes in the form of gummy candies and chocolates, while CBD tinctures are designed to be dissolved under the tongue. There are also topical CBD-infused creams and lotions to focus treatment on a specific part of the body. And of course, this being Breazy, we have a wide variety of CBD e-liquids that can be vaped just like you would with a nicotine liquid.
Why would I want to use CBD?
Users of CBD report a wide range of beneficial effects. Keep in mind, however, that aside from a specific CBD medication designed to prevent and treat seizures, that none of these claims have been evaluated or approved by the federal Food and Drug Administration. The most common current use of CBD is to promote relaxation and general wellness, or to improve the quality and duration of a user's sleep patterns, but again these claims are not supported by the FDA.
Wait, isn't cannabis illegal?
Not exactly. You're probably familiar with marijuana, a member of the cannabis family of plants that's rich in THC, another cannabinoid that produces psychoactive effects in users. While marijuana is still federally regulated, CBD is extracted instead from marijuana's sister plant, hemp. Hemp is rich in CBD but contains little to no THC, meaning it won't get you "high." A 2018 regulation allows for the federal production of hemp and hemp-based products so long as they contain less than 0.3% THC, which is a dose too low to elicit a psychoactive effect. All of the products you'll find here are tested to ensure they comply with this federal regulation.
What is CBD, anyway?
CBD is short for cannabidiol. It's one of dozens of cannabinoids, or organic compounds found in the cannabis plant. CBD reacts with cannabinoid receptors found in the bodies of humans and virtually all animals. While scientific research is currently ongoing into the effectiveness of CBD as a treatment for various symptoms, what we do know is that at the proper dosage it's effective in promoting relaxation and restfulness in most people.