Address: 4420 East I-240 Service Rd, Oklahoma City, OK 73135
No, you do not need a medical marijuana card to purchase CBD.
Cannabidiol (CBD) is a chemical compound that comes from the hemp plant. It is one of over 85 unique
compounds found in hemp, known as cannabinoids. Thousands of people take CBD for relief of a variety
of symptoms or to promote overall well being.
Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), is the chemical responsible for marijuana’s psychological effects.
CBD does not produce any psychological effects. It does however act as an analgesic, anti-inflammatory,
and anti-anxiety agent. Federal law permits all products that have < 0.3% THC to be sold and consumed
CBD Isolate: This is the purest form of CBD, and when compared to other types of CBD, very little to no
amounts of THC can be found in its chemistry.
Full-Spectrum CBD: This CBD is stronger than pure CBD isolate because it contains other compounds
from all cannabis plants. Full-spectrum CBD usually contains trace amounts of THC (below 0.3%) however
these amounts can increase during the manufacturing process.
No. Using SSW products could potentially produce a relaxing effect, but will not give a psychoactive feeling.
Hemp & marijuana are two forms of the cannabis plant that are used very
differently. Our CBD is derived from the hemp plant, NOT the marijuana plant.
All Scars & Stripes Wellness products are manufactured & processed in a state of the art 25,000 sq. ft. lab
in Choctaw, Oklahoma. Our scientists follow the guidelines of a GMP (Good Manufacturing Plant) & ISO
9001 compliant facility. All of our CBD products are derived from a CBD isolate to ensure that consumers
are receiving the purest form of CBD in their products. All of our products are refined, and are tested to
ensure that they are 100% THC free. Certificates of Analysis (COAs) for all of our products are available on
At a federal level, people can buy CBD products at any age. However, most states choose to enact some
sort of law requiring people to be a certain age before they can buy CBD.
Although the effects of CBD aren’t conclusive, there has been preliminary research that shows what benefits CBD
can provide. There has been tremendous progress in the research behind CBD. We now know how CBD
interacts with our body and brain. What is still to be determined is what those interactions actually translate to.