Frequently asked questions


What's the best way to intake CBD?

CBD tincture is the easiest way for CBD intake. Just fill-up the dropper, manage the oil under your tongue, and hold it for 30-90 seconds before swallowing it. You need to keep an eye on its intake. A dropper usually holds 1 ml of liquid, so set your dosage according to it. We recommend starting from the lowest scale and gradually increasing it to a higher range according to your need. It's just an estimated method (not 100% accurate). Vaping CBD is the second option. A CBD cartridge or a CBD e-liquid can be used for vaping CBD. Vaping is quite easy and offers a pleasurable moment. To estimate the amount of CBD in the cartridge, simply use the tincture method. Still, it's just an estimated way and not 100% accurate. The third and most accurate method for measuring the exact amount of CBD is by capsules. Capsules come with a variety of different dosage bottles and are the most accurate ones on our list. If you are prescribed for a dose between 18 to 25 mg, we recommend you buy a bottle of 20 – 25 mg CBD capsules. That would be better for you. You can increase the dosage of tablets if needed.

Why do we use MCT oil?

Studies have shown carrier oil can strengthening CBD’s absorption up to 4x and over all bioavailability. It also help maintain stability and potency for long lasting freshness. The three most common carrier oil are: MCT oil, Olive oil, Hemp seed oil. We learn that Olive oil require more processing and absorption than MCT oil, result in less bioavailability. With Hemp seed oil, it is often too strong with natural flavor. On top of that, many companies out there try to label hemp seed oil as CBD oil, which make it harder to differentiate the real CBD. As the result , MCT is the winner in our products with the thin texture and a smooth taste.

Does CBD oil get you high?

No, CBD oil will not get you high. THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol) is the one that gives psychoactive effects. Naturally all pure full spectrum CBD oil created from the hemp plant, which is low in THC. It would take a lot of CBD for you to get a “high” feeling. However, if you wish to avoid any interaction with THC, choose our Broad spectrum ( link to why chose broad spectrum blog) which is THC free.

How does CBD oil make you feel?

We all differ genetically, so it's possible that our body doesn't respond to it in a way someone else's body does. Most commonly, some users feel more relaxed and at ease; some feel more focused and alerted.

Will it show up on the drug test?

Nowadays, employees are subject to drug tests by employers, and the consequences of failing a drug test can be disastrous for some. Drug tests are typically looking to detect the presence of THC, tetrahydrocannabinol, the psychoactive ingredient in marijuana, in addition to other controlled substances. Hemp has a high amount of CBD with trace of THC, and with that little trace amounts of THC are enough to possibly fail a test. A positive drug test can be triggered by: Sensitivity of the test: Some tests are easier to trigger than others, some can vary from 15 nanograms - 50 nanograms of THC per milliliter (A nanogram is approximately one-billionth of a gram). Product type: At MQ By Design, our full spectrum products come with low amounts of THC, and THC-Free has the result of “ND”-Non detected. However, it can still be detected by a highly sensitive drug test. Duration of use: those who were on full spectrum could have more risk than ones just started. Dosage: larger daily use of CBD dosage will obviously bring you higher risk.

Is Hemp oil the same as CBD oil?

No, hemp oil is not the same as CBD oil. Hemp seed oil only comes from the small seeds of the Cannabis Sativa plant, while CBD oil is produced using stalks, leaves, and flowers of the hemp plant that contains a significantly higher concentration of CBD.

What are our servings per tincture?

Our CBD Tinctures are made with premium CBD, Medium-Chain Triglyceride MCT Oil (Coconut derived), organic natural flavoring; and are available in strengths of 500mg, 1000mg and 2000mg. The dropper applicator has measurement markers 0.25, 0.50, 0.75 and 1mL; allowing for flexibility and accuracy for servings. Servings: 30 - 1 ml servings Milligrams per dropper: 500mg = 16mg of CBD per 1ml 12mg of CBD per 0.75ml 8mg of CBD per 0.5ml 4mg of CBD per 0.25ml 1000mg = 33mg of CBD per 1ml 24mg of CBD per 0.75ml 16mg of CBD per 0.5ml 8mg of CBD per 0.25ml 2000mg = 66mg of CBD per 1ml 50mg of CBD per 0.75ml 33mg of CBD per 0.5ml 16mg of CBD per 0.25ml

What is GMP certified facility?

Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP), regulations enforced by the FDA, require companies to use technologies and systems that are up-to-date in order to comply with the regulations. It is important to know that GMPs are minimum requirements while our manufacture is already implementing comprehensive, modern quality systems and risk management approaches that exceed these minimum standards.

Will CBD interact with my other medications?

It's complicated in some scenarios. Some experts say that CBD, if used with blood-thinningmedicines or anti-depressants, can cause a reaction to your body and can result severely. Others say that it all depends on genetics. Some human bodies will have no negative impact on health at all if used with other medicines.We recommend NOT to take CBD with your regular medicines. Instead, take a gap of 45 - 60 minutes between them.

Mixing CBD with Alcohol?

Research shows that CBD may protect one against alcohol's harmful side effects. Another study shows that CBD lowers blood alcohol level, but that only happens if you take a massive dose of CBD, nearly 5-10 times more than regular dosage. However, mixing CBD with alcohol can also affect differently on different individuals. Again we would recommend getting a proper prescription of it.

What is CBD?

Cannabidiol (CBD) is a typically happening compound found in the resinous bloom of cannabis, a plant with a rich history as a drug restoring coun~tless years. Today the medicinal properties of CBD are being attempted and confirmed by scientists and experts around the world. A safe, non-addictive substance, CBD is one of more than a hundred "phytocannabinoids," which are exceptional to cannabis and gracefully the plant with its solid accommodating profile. Definition In case you're new to cannabis, you might be pondering about the importance of CBD. CBD represents cannabidiol. It is a non-inebriating cannabinoid found in cannabis. Cannabidiol is the second-most bountiful cannabinoid in the plant after tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). It has numerous expected helpful advantages, including mitigating, pain-relieving, hostile to tension, and seizure-suppressant properties. CBD can be sourced from both Maryjane and hemp plants.

How does CBD work?

As CBD enters your body it interacts with the cannabinoid receptors in the endocannabinoid system. This system helps balance the most important systems in our bodies. When CBD is built up in the body over time, it has the potential to increase cannabinoid receptors. With more cannabinoid receptors, the endocannabinoid system becomes more active. A consistent daily intake will help control the levels of CBD in your body and provide a sense of relaxation, a good night's sleep, and healthy inflammatory function.

How do I store my CBD?

Your oil can last 60 days without refrigeration. Always shake before use and keep out of direct sunlight. Once opened, your oil will last 60 days without refrigeration. If you wish to use your oil after this time period, place in the refrigerator to prolong freshness.

Can you ship anywhere in the USA?

Yes, we can ship anywhere in the domestic United States. It's legalled across 50 states after the 2018 farm bill.

Can you overdose on CBD?

No, an overdose on CBD Oil is highly unlikely and at worst, would result in drowsiness or nausea. As a global approach, we recommend, “starting low and going slow” to find your personal preference.


How do I use CBD for my pet?

MQ By Design CBD pet product in the forms of oils (designed for dogs). We trust that you know your canine better than anyone, so it’s up to you! Add our easy-to-use drops to food/treats or squeeze directly into your pet’s ear or mouth. Our tasty oils are sure to help you find the right medium to work CBD into your pet’s daily regimen.

How much CBD should I give my pet?

The amount of CBD to give your pet will depend on your pet’s size, as well as the product you're using. You can determine the amount of CBD to give your pet depending on your pet’s size, as well as the product you're using. Pay attention to your pet's temperament and mood and adjust your dosage accordingly.
To make it easier to determine amounts, here’s a simple formula to calculate a safe CBD dosage for dogs by weight: 0.2mg CBD per pound | 0.2mg x 25 lbs = 5mg

Will CBD help my Dog?

CBD contains ingredients that help to support a sense of relaxation, healthy joint mobility, and a normal recovery response. The benefits of CBD, with ingredients that help to support: physical and mental well-being, a sense of relaxation, normal inflammatory function, healthy mobility and joint function. CBD have become widely used to help support pets through visits to the vet, long car rides, the groomer, or simply old age.

Will CBD get my pet high?

It's highly unlikely. However, pay attention to dosage instructions to avoid any adverse side effects when giving your pet CBD.

Why is CBD a good choice for dogs?

As the stigma surrounding hemp-derived CBD continues to lessen, there’s no reason not to try CBD for your dog. However, we understand why some are still skeptical, because in many ways CBD sounds too good to be true. So, we'll put your mind at ease, here’s why you’d be making the right choice: SAFE EFFECTIVE NATURAL PRICE-FRIENDLY

What is the difference between the CBD oil for people and the CBD oil for pets?

The difference is the flavoring. Our CBD for people features a natural hemp flavor cinnamon. Our CBD for pets has no added flavor and possesses hemp's natural essence. Our human-grade pet CBD oils aren't filtered or diluted and contain an equal potency to our human products.

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