Whether you’ve wondered about all of this CBD hype before, or if are eager to learn something new about CBD that you never even thought to ask, you’ve come to the right place. I am here to share with you everything that I have learned about CBD through my personal quest of helping myself feel as well as I could during all my treatments and ailments over the last couple years.

I am not a doctor, nor will I make any medical claims that CBD or any other cannabinoid or vitamin is healing me. This is simply my testimony and I would advise that you speak with your doctor before ingesting any products. Just because I have been getting the results I have been getting, it doesn’t mean that everyone will get the same. I make no guarantees and I suggest you do your own research.

With that being said, let’s get started…

You may find yourself asking, can CBD oil get you high? Is CBD legal? Can you vape CBD oil? How does CBD work, anyway?

When I was first diagnosed, I was prescribed a lot of medications that were meant to help me with the side effects of chemo and cancer in general, but in fact they just made me worse. I got so backed up, and I was in so much pain that I was crying like a little baby in my wife’s arms early on in my war.

That very next day I called an old friend that I knew could teach me how to use cannabis to help me try to eliminate as much of the nasty pills I was prescribed as possible.

The first thing my good friend, Micheal Teague from Scorpion Genetics told me was, “treat cannabis like a vegetable!” He told me that we can introduce the plant to get wonderful benefits in many ways but that the best way for maximum medicinal benefit would to be to actually eat and juice the leaves straight off the plant.

That advice has change my life forever, but so have the products from Scorpion CBD. I have been using all of the Scorpion product line for two years now and so does my entire family.

So you may be asking yourself, what is CBD and will it help me?

I definitely can, but why just settle for CBD when you can have the whole plant?


Cannabidiol (CBD) is just one of many exogenous cannabinoids found in the cannabis plants. In fact, there are over 100 other cannabinoids found in hemp extract. When you select a full-spectrum CBD product, you benefit from this multitude of potentially beneficial exogenous cannabinoids, as well as the plant terpenes and flavonoids found in the original plant. With a full-spectrum product, these compounds are left available in the same ratios that nature intended. The additional compounds found in a full-spectrum CBD products include:

  • All 20 essential amino acids
  • Calcium and magnesium
  • Iron and potassium
  • Phosphorus and zinc
  • Omega-3 fatty acids
  • B complex vitamins
  • Vitamins C, E and A

Many CBD enthusiasts believe that full-spectrum CBD products are the most beneficial to your endocannabinoid system and to your overall health. These compounds are all synergistic, meaning each compound interacts with the others to enhance each component, creating an entourage effect.


The entourage effect is fairly simple to understand. This effect is the result of hundreds of plant components working together to multiply, rather than add, to the potential benefits. Each compound has the potential to magnify the benefits of the others, intensifying the potential effects.

The cost of full- spectrum CBD products tend to be higher priced than their CBD isolate counterpart because you are getting the benefits of the entire plant compound. The additional cannabinoids in a full-spectrum product also contribute to the functioning of your endocannabinoid system.  Some of the additional cannabinoids found in full-spectrum CBD include:

  • Cannabidiol acid (CBDA)
  • Cannabidivarin (CBDV)
  • Cannabichromene (CBC)
  • Cannabigerol (CBG)
  • Cannabinol (CBN)


CBD Isolate is basically a full- spectrum CBD product that has been isolated from the plant compounds resulting in a white powder containing at least 99% CBD. CBD isolate is CBD in it’s “purest” form. You benefit by gaining more control of CBD levels on the finished product and the potential of higher CBD levels per dose, just to name a few.


While CBD (cannabidiol) sourced from natural hemp products does not contain enough THC to cause the intoxication that marijuana is known for, it does contain trace amounts (0.3 percent). In fact, this low level of THC is what differentiates marijuana from hemp. CBD from hemp does not cause any intoxicating effects, even when ingested in large amounts.

While CBD from hemp does not contain enough THC to cause any adverse effects, there are those who prefer to have these trace amounts of THC removed from their products. Those who prefer THC removal often prefer a product made from a CBD isolate.


You may have noticed that full spectrum CBD products boost the natural benefits of the original plant terpenes. Although this sounds like a benefit you could accept at face value, you may want to know exactly why this is significant.

Terpenes are aromatic molecules; aromatherapists have relied on these plant terpenes for centuries. Cannabis contains more than 200 terpenes. One example is Beta-caryophyllene, a gastroprotective sesquiterpene also found in black pepper, oregano, and leafy greens. Beta-caryophyllene is one of the many reasons that leafy greens are so beneficial to your body.

Terpenes are not exclusive to cannabis plants, they are found in other fruits, plants, and herbs. Like cannabinoids, terpenes also bind to various receptors to offer a variety of potential health benefits.


CBD Isolate is basically a full- spectrum product that has been isolated from the plant compounds. Using a process called chromatography, the plant materials are removed. The result is a white powder comprised of at least 99 percent CBD. The other cannabinoids and plant terpenes are removed. CBD isolate is flavorless and odorless.

CBD isolate is CBD in its “purest” form. There are several advantages to using an isolate over a full- spectrum product. Some of those advantages include:

  • Trace amounts of THC are potentially removed
  • No flavor to interfere with the taste of your edible products
  • No odor of the original plant source
  • More control of the CBD levels of the finished product
  • The potential for higher levels of CBD per dose
  • Lower cost/milligram *

I hope that the information I have shared with you has been helpful. There is plenty of information being shared about this wonderful plant all over the internet. You can choose to learn from any source you choose. In saying that, I want to thank you for taking the time to read through this page.

I have also created some videos with Michael to share more information about how all this works. Please feel free to check those out below.