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Uncut. Unrefined. CBD Wax Cartridge Strains

CBD Wax Cartridges • NO PG/VG

Many CBD cartridges on the market today are CUT with either PG/VG, MCT, hemp oil, or other unnatural chemical carriers.

This cartridge is a pure, 100% chemical-free, organic CBD vaping experience with maximum milligram potency. Extra maintenance is required, but it’s worth it.  Every ingredient is RAW and grown from the earth.

Click here for instructions regarding our Uncut CBD Wax Cartridges.

Cartridges are 11mm at the widest part. Please measure your existing battery unit to ensure it will fit. If you are unsure, we sell also sell battery kits online or instore.

Uncut Unrefined CBD Wax Cartridges * RESTART CBD Austin Texas

Available online or in-store:

  • 1ML 1000MG 65% Cartridges
  • 1ML 1000MG 30% Cartridges
  • 1/2ML 500MG 30% Cartridgs

When ordering, specify size/strength and strain. If an item is out of stock on-line, please call to make a special order.

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Governor Abbott signs law legalizing hemp production, CBD products in Texas.

AUSTIN — Gov. Greg Abbott signed a new law Monday that clears up which CBD products are legal in Texas and will also allow local farmers to grow hemp as an industrial crop, including procedures for sampling, inspection and testing.

The law goes into effect immediately.

It expands the kind of hemp products that can be legally purchased in Texas to include any hemp or hemp-derived products containing less than 0.3 percent of THC, or tetrahydrocannabinol, the psychoactive compound found in cannabis plants, including cannabidiol (CBD) products.

While Texans have found oils, tinctures and other CBD goods on store shelves for years, those that contained even trace amounts of THC were technically illegal here.

Now, Texans are free to use CBD without fear of arrest and long as they are:

  • derived from hemp
  • contain less than 0.3 percent THC
  • and meet other labeling and quality standards

In fact, until Abbott signed the hemp bill into law Monday, state law still defined marijuana and hemp as the same, rendering both broadly illegal in Texas. Marijuana and hemp both come from the cannabis plant family. Unlike its cousin, marijuana, hemp contains low levels of THC.

Cannabis laws were a major issue during the 2019 legislative session that wrapped up May 27. While a bill to decriminalize possession of small amounts of marijuana failed, lawmakers approved an effort to slightly expand who can access medical cannabis under the state’s Compassionate Use Act, this bill is still awaiting Gov. Abbott’s signature or veto.  He has until June 16 to make a decision.

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CBD Certified Hemp Flower

Certified Hemp Derived CBD Flower - Restart CBD

NOTICE:

RESTART CBD flower contains Industrial Hemp certified by the Oregon Department of Agriculture. This product contains less than 0.3% Delta-9 THC content, as required by law.

These products are separately defined by the 2018 Farm Bill and state level hemp programs. The mailability of industrial hemp products has been challenged in federal court and upheld in initial and final rulings.  Link here for More Info https://restartcbd.com/CBD-hemp-flower

Case Information: 

September 21, 2018. Appeal of Determination on Nonmailability. KAB, LLC v. United States Postal Service. P.S. Docket No. MLB 18-39

December 6, 2018. Appeal of Determination on Nonmailability. RNF, LLC v. United States Postal Service. P.S. Docket No. MLB 18-113

Other Facts:

Top 3 hemp states in the US.

  1. COLORADO
  2. KENTUCKY
  3. OREGON

“Oregon has a well-established network of hemp growers and processors, plus a sweeping new testing regime that helps boost its position in the hemp industry.

Its 2017 testing law requires hemp producers to give their products the same testing as marijuana, meaning Oregon hemp products will be food-grade quality and tested for pesticides and contaminants.

This could position Oregon hemp products for national dominance, an attractive proposition for growers in this Pacific Northwest state.”

With the passage of the 2018 Farm Bill, hemp is no longer a controlled substance and is now a legal agricultural crop in the USA.

Although the legalization of hemp is big news for US farmers, hemp grown in other countries has always been certified under the USDA organic regulations. Handling operations in the USA have been certified for products made from imported organic hemp since at least as early as 2004.

The USDA organic regulations do not have any provisions that would restrict the types of products that can be made from organic hemp–including CBD. The definition in the 2018 Farm Bill specifically includes all parts of the hemp plant and all type of products made from hemp.

Subtitle G—Hemp Production ‘‘SEC. 297A. DEFINITIONS. ‘‘In this subtitle: ‘‘(1) HEMP.—The term ‘hemp’ means the plant Cannabis sativa L. and any part of that plant, including the seeds thereof and all derivatives, extracts, cannabinoids, isomers, acids, salts, and salts of isomers, whether growing or not, with a delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol concentration of not more than 0.3 percent on a dry weight basis.

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No One Noticed that the USDA Just Legalized THC

HEMP-DERIVED THC LEGAL
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If I Use CBD, Will I Pass a Drug Test?

CBD and Drug Tests

CBD can be purchased with and without THC.  In the states where marijuna is legal, CBD oil may contain oil from the marijuna plant or a combination of marijuana and hemp.  In states where marijuna is not legal, CBD oil should only come from the hemp plant.

Most CBD hemp oil contains <0.3% THC. While this is less than the legal limit in Texas, many drug tests can distinguish the difference between CBD and THC. However, not all drug tests separate between CBD and THC on test results.

Regarding drug testing, we cannot make any claims on whether or not any of our products will show up on a drug test.

Pure CBD isolate products have NO THC. Full spectrum products are made with a full spectrum CBD Oil and contain less than 0.3% CBD.

We are not legally able to make any guarantees or recommendations or regarding drug tests on THC free or Full Spectrum products. If that is a concern, we would recommend not consuming any CBD products and/or doing some further research at ProjectCBD.org, before making the decision to consume any CBD.

WARNING: if you suspect that you will be drug tested, please contact your employer/doctor/parole officer/etc. prior to using hemp or CBD Products.

It is not common for full spectrum CBD users to turn out a positive drug test for THC. Yet, it can trigger a false positive sometimes when consumers are using in upwards of 1,000 milligrams per day. The average CBD user typically only consumes between 50 to 100 milligrams per day. However, around 10 percent of those people who use CBD can test positive for THC. So, it can happen.

It can depend on not just the product, a full spectrum or Pure CBD Isolate, but some people metabolize CBD differently.

can also depend on the quality of the product and if the farmers and producers test their products for low THC levels.

When it comes to CBD it is always best to purchase these products from a reputable dealer. Due to their popularity, CBD products can now be found in convenience stores, vape shops and even truck stops all over the country.

While we are not saying that these products cannot be trusted, it is likely a better move to procure them from anywhere other than a corner store.  This may not better your chances of passing a drug test, but it could prevent any number of undesirable occurrences.

Just be careful out there!