Frequently Asked Questions

What Makes Organic Reset Different?

Organic Reset  is committed to providing the highest quality organic products made with 100% organic ingredients grown in the United States. Our products are tested for purity, potency and quality and are all manufactured in an FDA Approved and Registered Facility. All of our Organic Hemp is grown in Colorado and sourced from Family Owned and Operated Farms. We are offering very unique Organic Full Spectrum Hemp CBD Blends which contain additional Organic Terpenes to enhance the overall effects of our CBD Oil. We are proud to offer the Rolls Royce of all CBD Oils. We believe that only the highest quality nutrients available should ever go into the one and only body we are given.

We use Organic Cold Pressed Olive Oil which comes from an Organic Olive Oil Farm in California and are the only company using this Nutritionally Dense Oil as a Carrier Oil in our 750mg Everyday Oil and our 1500mg Everyday X2 Oil.  Very soon this will be the only additional oil we use in ALL of our CBD Oils.

We add ZERO chemicals, flavors, enhancers, stabilizers, sugars, cheap oils or other undisclosed ingredients.

We are on the Cutting Edge of Scientific Research showing the incredible healing benefits of adding Organic Plant Terpenes to Full Spectrum CBD Oil in order to enhance the Entourage Effect of all of the Cannabinoids, Phytonutrients, Essential Fatty Acids, Amino Acids, Vitamins, Minerals and Antioxidants.

What Is Organic Reset Full Spectrum Hemp CBD Oil?

Organic Reset Hemp CBD Oil is made using  whole-plant hemp extracts from Organically Grown Colorado Hemp Plants . The extracts contain a unique blend of over 120 cannabinoids, over 100 terpenes, flavonoids, phytonutrients, essential fatty acids, amino acids, antioxidants, vitamins, minerals, and enzymes. Cannabinoids are naturally occurring phyto-compounds that are produced by the hemp plant.

Our Oils are produced using Super-Critical CO2 Extraction which preserves the most nutrients. No harmful chemicals or high heat are used in this Extraction Process.

One of the most commonly known cannabinoids in hemp is non-psychoactive cannabidiol (CBD). Cannabinoids work with the Endocannabinoid System (ECS), to support homeostasis and health within our body. The Endocannabinoid System exists in the immune system, the central nervous system, the heart, the lungs, the digestive system, the brain and within many organs. We have cannabinoid receptors located throughout our entire body. The ECS accepts our bodies’ own endocannabinoids as well as the cannabinoids found in hemp.

Organic Reset Hemp CBD Oils have been shown to help improve hundreds of various symptoms within the body. We recommend reading our Testimonials Page to hear from people just like you who have benefited enormously from the powerful benefits of Organic Reset’s Organic Full Spectrum Hemp Cbd Oil.

Our products comply with all applicable State and Federal regulations. Our products are legal in all 50 States and contain NO THC.

How Do I know Which Product Is Best For Me?

We recommend looking at the different BLENDS that we offer to see which oil makes most sense to you. We can not legally give medical advice so we recommend reading the product descriptions to see which product looks like it will make most sense for you. If you are not sure which product(s) to get, then we recommend starting with our EVERYDAY Organic 750 MG Full Spectrum Hemp CBD Oil. A little goes a long way with our Potent Oils so we always recommend reading the dosing suggestions before starting. Less is often more when it comes to Organic Reset CBD Oils.

Will I Pass A Drug Test?

The short answer is “Yes”. By law, all Hemp CBD Oil sold within the United States is required to contain less than .3% THC. (The cannabinoid responsible for giving people the “high” and has psychoactive properties). We have had people using Organic Reset Hemp CBD Oil test NEGATIVE on Drug Tests. Drug Tests are designed to test for THC and because the amount of THC is less than .3% in all of our Oils, you will most likely test negative on a Drug Test.

What Are Cannabinoids?

Cannabinoids are a class of active chemical compounds produced by the cannabis plant. Both Marijuana and Hemp Plants are part of the Cannabis Family. Marijuana, what many people associate with a “Drug” has a Large Concentration of the Cannabinoid THC which is a Psychoactive Cannabinoid and a Small Concentration of the Cannabinoid CBD.  In Contrast, the Hemp Plant has a Large Concentration of the Cannabinoid CBD and a very Small Concentration of the Psychoactive Cannabinoid, THC. These cannabinoids act on cannabinoid receptors located in our cells as part of the endocannabinoid system and alter the release of neurotransmitters in the brain.

There are over 100 presently discovered cannabinoids, which are largely responsible for the effects cannabis has on the body. Common cannabinoids include tetrahydrocannabinol or THC, cannabidiol or CBD, cannabinol or CBN, and cannabigerol or CBG.

Though cannabinoids are present in the cannabis plant naturally as their carboxylic acid forms, these cannabinoids are converted to their active forms when they undergo a process called decarboxylation, where heat, light, or alkaline conditions cause the cannabinoids to lose their carboxyl group.

Cannabinoids can be found in three places: formed by plants, produced naturally by the human body, and created artificially in a lab.  

Endocannabinoids – like Anandamide and 2-AG – are naturally occurring cannabinoids made by the human body. Anandamide, named for the sanskrit word for bliss, is similar in its construction and effects to THC. On the other hand, 2-arachidonoylglycerol or 2-AG is analogous to CBD.

Phytocannabinoids come from plants. When users consume cannabis, the cannabinoids in the marijuana plant are absorbed by the body. However, cannabinoid-like chemical compounds that interact with the body’s endocannabinoid system are also found in echinacea, black pepper, and even cacao.

Cannabinoids can be administered using several methods, including smoking, vaporization, oral ingestion, sublingual absorption, or even by transdermal patch.

Regardless of their source, when consumed, cannabinoids interact with the body’s endocannabinoid system where they bind with the CB1 and CB2 cannabinoid receptors. Here, cannabinoids stimulate the endocannabinoid system, triggering cannabis’s beneficial effects and promoting homeostasis and systemic balance.

What Are Terpenes?

Simply, terpenes are the oils that give cannabis plants and flowers their unique smell. Terpenes originate in the same glands of the cannabis plant as THC, CBD, and other cannabinoids.

Terpenes are not unique to the cannabis plant though. Mangoes have heavy doses of myrcene, the terpene responsible for giving a clove-like smell.

Terpenes interact with the endocannabinoid system in a similar way to cannabinoids.  When inhaled or ingested, the terpenes act as an assistant to cannabinoids as they work to penetrate the blood-brain barrier. Myrcene, for example, is known to increase cell permeability allowing for faster absorption of CBD and other cannabinoids.

Terpenes can also influence neurotransmitters in the brain. For example they can affect dopamine and serotonin production and destruction. This insight gives us an idea of why different strains not only smell and taste different, but also have different affects on our mood or high sensation. Limonene, another common terpene found in cannabis, can increase serotonin production thus elevating your mood.

Common terpenes

There are over 100 known terpenes found in cannabis. Each plant strain tends to have unique terpene compositions; hence different strains have different smells, tastes, and effects.


Smell: Musky, cloves, earthy, herbal with notes of citrus and tropical fruit
Effects:  Relaxation, sleepiness, couch lock
Medical Value: Antioxidant, anti-carcinogenic; good for muscle tension, pain, insomnia, depression
Also Found In: Mango, lemongrass, thyme, hops


Smell: Floral, citrus, candy, sweet
Effects: Anxiety relief, sedative qualities
Medical Value: Anti-anxiety, anti-convulsant, anti-depressant, acne treatment
Also Found In: Lavender


Smell: Pepper, spicy, cloves, wood
Effects: Known to increase heart rate
Medical Value: Arthritis, ulcers, autoimmune disorders, general gastrointestinal issues
Also Found In: black pepper, cloves, cotton


Smell: Citrus
Effects: Elevated mood and stress relief
Medical Value: Anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, heartburn, depression
Also Found In:  Fruit rinds, rosemary, juniper, peppermint

What Is The Difference Between Medical Marijuana and CBD Oil?

Medical Marijuana is typically available through a Medical Marijuana Dispensary which requires the patient to obtain a Doctor’s Ordered Medical Marijuana Card in States where Medical Marijuana is legal. There is typically varying percentages of THC contained in Medical Marijuana Products which can very often produce a Psychoactive effect depending on the strength, delivery system and dosage of the Medical Marijuana products.

Hemp CBD OIl does not require a Medical Card and is available over the counter and online in all 50 States without a prescription. Hemp CBD Oil is not considered a Drug because it needs to legally contain less than .3% THC. This does not classify it as a drug and ensures that Hemp CBD Oil is NOT a psychoactive product.

Many people use Medical Marijuana, Cannabis and CBD Oil interchangeable but they are actually all different things. Cannabis is the Plant FAMILY that Marijuana and Hemp Plants belong to. Think of Cannabis as the Parent and Marijuana and Hemp as the Children, Siblings, so to speak.

Marijuana contains High Levels of the cannabinoid known as THC and lower levels as the powerful cannabinoid known as CBD. And the Inverse is true about Hemp. Hemp contains High levels of CBD and very low to no levels of THC, depending on the Strain.

The cannabis plant is one of the most – if not even the most – pharmacologically active plant from the planet and it contains more than 400 active chemicals in its composition. The unique active components of cannabis are called cannabinoids, and these are found alongside active chemicals called terpenoids and flavonoids. These substances work together to offer a vast variety of therapeutic benefits four our body.

There are various levels of combinations of cannabinoids, flavonoids, and terpenoids that offer benefits to the human body such as the following: dilating blood vessels, protecting damaged brain cells, stimulating bone growth, killing certain kinds of cancer cells, controlling muscle spasticity, preventing seizure, killing viruses and bacteria. And there are just a few of their benefits for the body.

The combination of the varying levels of cannabinoids, flavonoids, and terpenoids seems to make the most efficient medicine for particular symptoms and diseases. On the other hand, the isolated components appear to be less effective but still therapeutic.

Cannabis has been proven to ease general pain, nausea, chemo-induced neuropathy and it also increases appetite and reverses wasting. It is also very efficient in healing damaged brain cells, controlling muscle spasms and seizures, and protecting against the devastating effects of Alzheimer’s and it’s also a very effective antioxidant.

There are more than 100 cannabinoids that can occur in the cannabis plant the two most popular ones, and also the most studied compounds in the cannabis plant are THC and CBD.[2]

Main Effects of CBD

  • Anti-depressant: It combats anxiety and depression.

  • Anti-convulsant: It suppresses seizure activity.

  • Anti-oxidant: It fights neuro-degenerative disorders.

  • Anti-psychotic: It combats psychosis.

  • Neuro-protective: It protects the neurons in the brain.

  • Anti-emetic: It reduces nausea and vomiting.

  • Anti-inflammatory: It combats inflammation and also the pain.

  • Anti-tumoral: It combats tumor and cancer cells.

Primary medical applications of CBD

CBD helps to combat the following health issues: inflammation, stress, depression, anxiety, cancer, epilepsy, schizophrenia, multiple sclerosis, migraines, arthritis, the side effects of cancer treatments.[3]

Is CBD Oil Safe?

CBD Oil has been proven to be safe for Children, Pets, Adults, Teens and Adults with no known dangerous side effects reported.  CBD Oil is non-addictive.

Are There Drug Interactions With CBD Oil?

Typically there are no side effects with CBD Oil because it is a Natural, Organic Nutritional Product, however it is always important to research any medications you may be taking. We have never had anyone report any adverse reactions from taking CBD Oil and typically it is the Medications which have many known side effects. It is always important to notify any Medical Professional you are working, about the fact that you are taking CBD Oil.

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