Seek a doctor’s advice before starting a CBD regimen, especially if you are pregnant, nursing, have a medical condition, are taking any medications, or have other questions.  Suthe Whole Flower CBD is not intended to treat, diagnose, cure, or prevent any disease or ailment.

Q. Can I give Suthe to my dog or pet?
A. No, we don’t recommend it.

Q. Can I give Suthe to my child?
A. Please consult with a doctor.  Suthe’s effects have not been tested on children.

Q. Does CBD interact with medications?
A. Suthe’s impact on other medications is unknown.  Consult with your doctor before using Suthe.

Q. What is the difference between THC and CBD?
A. The main difference is that CBD will not make you high.  CBD and THC are both cannabis plant compounds, but it is the THC that is responsible for psychoactive effects.  As long as CBD products contain less than 0.3% THC you may benefit without experiencing any psychoactive effects.

Q. Does Suthe contain THC?
A. Suthe contains less than 0.3% THC, and is classified as a HEMP product.

Q. Is hemp marijuana?
A. No, hemp is not marijuana, though both plants are variants of the cannabis family.  Marijuana has far higher amounts of THC, the compound responsible for getting people high. 

Q. Will Suthe produce a false positive in a drug screening?
A. It is possible, though highly unlikely.  If you are concerned about drug testing, avoid using Suthe.

Q. Can I get high using Suthe?
A. No. Suthe contains less than 0.3% THC, and can not produce a high.

Q. Is Suthe available in all 50 states?
A. Currently, Suthe is available in all 50 US states, districts, and territories.

Q. Is Suthe legal?
A. Sold as an herbal supplement and derived from hemp, Suthe is legal to purchase in the US.  For information on legality, see “Terms and Conditions” on the Suthe website.

For a more comprehensive list of FAQ’s please see the Suthe website or by contacting Suthe directly at (877) 761-PURE.