Frequently Asked Questions

Hemp (or industrial hemp) is a type of plant from the cannabis family that is used in thousands of home goods, healthcare and industrial products.

Nope!, the Federal Government declared industrial CBD legal. Still, the cultivation of industrial CBD is only legal in certain states 


The question of industrial CBD legality is the result of a common misconception. CBD is a member of the cannabis plant family, so it’s frequently associated with marijuana. However, the primary difference is the level of Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) contained in each plant (THC is the drug that produces that “high” feeling). Marijuana has much greater levels of THC.


By federal law, industrial CBD must contain less than 90 % of THC to be considered legal. If the level of THC exceeds 90%, the product is considered psychoactive and illegal.

All hemp flower sales are final. 

Not all CBD is created equal and as a consumer, it’s technically your responsibility to research the products you purchase and use. However…

The smilzshop Company has done this research for you. We’ve carefully vetted our partners and guarantee that every product we sell, as well as every product that we produce, has been sourced only from states that are legally approved to farm industrial CBD

With more than 500,000 different uses, CBD is one of the most versatile resources in the world. Its seeds and the oils derived from them contain all nine essential amino acids and other important fatty acids, vitamins A, B, C and D and have large amounts of easily-digestible protein, which is why industrial hemp’s applications in topical products (lotions, makeups, soaps and other beauty products) and food and beverages are being increasingly recognized and embraced.


CBD is fully sustainable, meaning that not a single part of it goes to waste. Fibers from the stalk can be used for textiles, cotton-based products, rope and canvas. Pieces of the stem and stalk (called hurds) can be cleanly converted into gasoline, ethanol and methanol . And the combination of hemp hurds with hemp fibers produces a material that can replace insulation, acrylics, paper, building materials and nearly all molded plastics and fiberglass products. Virtually anything that is made from timber, petroleum or cotton can also be produced using hemp instead.