FAQ

FAQ2019-06-27T16:12:59-06:00
Do you offer a veteran, teacher, and first responder discount?2019-06-26T12:52:21-06:00

We are glad you asked.  Yes, we do.  We are thankful for our veterans, teachers and first responders.

We decided that a discount program was just what the doctor ordered, if you qualify, you will receive a discount on every order.

If you would like to partake in this program, please follow the steps below:

Apply for the program and upload one of the approved proof of eligibility documents here.

You will need to upload one of the approved proof-of-eligibility documents, such as discharge papers, a military ID, your most recent LES for active duty, a teacher ID, or a first responder identification card. The name registered with the Colorado Cures account needs to match the name on the documentation that is uploaded.

    • Once your documentation is uploaded and submitted, please allow 3 business days for the approval. After your documentation has been reviewed, an automatic email will be sent to the email you provided to inform you of the next steps and what conditions apply to the discount.
How do I update or change my credit card and billing information?2019-08-15T10:41:15-06:00

To change your Information:

1. Log into your Colorado Cures here.
2. Click on the “My Product Subscriptions” option in the left-hand menu
3. Click on the “More Details…” option below your subscription information
4. Under the “Payment Information” section, click the “Add a new credit card” option next to your credit card information, or the “Change” option if the desired card is already on file
5. Enter your new credit card information
6. Save the credit card information
7. Click on the “My Subscriptions” option in the left-hand menu
8. Click on the “More Details…” option underneath your subscription information
9. Click on the “Change” option
10. Select the desired credit card from the menu
11. Save your changes
What is the difference between CBD, THC (marijuana) and hemp seed oil?2019-08-20T09:07:31-06:00

CBD, hemp oil and THC are derivatives of the cannabis plant, but they all have different properties.

THC binds to receptors (CB1) in the brain and nervous system which results in a “high.”

CBD doesn’t usually bind to a specific receptor. However, it does influence several non-cannabinoid receptors and ion channels in the body.

Hemp seed oil is derived from the sterilized seed of the cannabis plant. It doesn’t contain THC or CBD. Hemp seed oil is a superfood because it provides a high concentration of omegas and antioxidants.

What is the difference between CBD isolate, broad spectrum and full spectrum products?2019-09-16T09:21:56-06:00

There are three primary forms of CBD on the market: full spectrum CBD, broad spectrum CBD and CBD isolate.

You may think that the pure CBD isolate would be a better overall product. However, using CBD isolate would miss out on the benefits of the “entourage effect.”

The “entourage effect” is the term most scientists coined to explain the synergy between all of the cannabinoids.

Is CBD the same as marijuana (THC)?2019-09-16T14:56:38-06:00

Nope! Although scientists describe them as “sister molecules,” they induce different reactions. Both molecules bind with different receptors found in the body.

What is CBD?2019-08-15T10:43:03-06:00

CBD, or Cannabidiol, classifies as a phytocannabinoid (a molecule made by plants) found in the cannabis species. In fact, scientists have found over 80 cannabinoids in the hemp plant.