Frequently Asked Questions

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Who is this woman in the watermark looking at me?

Magu is the Goddess of hemp and healing… Throughout China, Japan, and Korea, Magu (or Ma Gu MaKu, Mako) is depicted as a beautiful woman. Her beauty is a symbol of the health and healing of the universe she is believed to protect. She is a guardian of vitality not only in the world of mortals but also the cycles of the earth.…and she’ll be accompanying you throughout this FAQ experience.

What does broad spectrum mean?

All the good things you get from a plant, the good things that come from a wide range of cannabinoids, terpenes, antioxidants, nutrients and other plant compounds present in the hemp plant. can provide a greater effect as all the cannabinoids work together, as nature intended, in what is known as the Entourage Effect. A recent study from Israel has documented the superior therapeutic properties of whole-plant (broad spectrum) cannabis extract over single-molecule (isolated) cannabidiol.

Entourage Effect:

The idea that the hemp plant’s best health effects come from all of its components working together. This includes hemp’s cannabinoids, as well as other parts, such as terpenes and flavonoids.


  1. BR. J. Parmacol. 2011 Aug; 163(7): 1344-1364. Taming THC: Potential Cannabis Synergy and Phytocannabinoid-Terpenoid Entourage Effects. E. B. Brusso.
  2. Gallily, R., Yekhtin, Z. and Hanus, L.O. (2015) Overcoming the Bell-Shaped Dose – Response of Cannabidiol by Using Cannabis Extract Enriched in Cannabidiol.

What is Hemp Oil?

Cannabidiol is a compound extracted from the hemp plant. It’s one of more than 100 cannabinoids found in cannabis, which are unique compounds found in hemp that are known to promote health and keep people resilient to changes in their environment.

Is it legal?

Under the recently passed 2018 Farm Bill, hemp and hemp derivatives have been permanently removed from the federal Controlled Substances Act and are no longer considered illegal by the DEA as long as they contain less than 0.3% THC.

What about product certification, extraction methods, sourcing and THC levels?

The broad spectrum hemp we use is ORGANICALLY SOURCED. We found a source that goes the extra mile to ensure safety and quality. Our source never uses harmful gasses, solvents or heat to process and extract our oil. Solvent-based processing methods strip the plant of the true therapeutic power and creates degradation of the vitamins, minerals and therapeutic cannabinoids…the plants true potential.

Our oil uses a patented, proprietary, cold-pressed extraction method to cold-press industrial hemp, which we in turn use to create all our artesian offering. We want to provide our customers confidence knowing they are getting the purest, cleanest product grown and processed in the USA.

Our offerings are non-psychoactive, derived from 100% industrial grade hemp and harvested with non-detectable levels of THC with lab testing at under 0.003%.

Do you sell coffee products that don't have hemp?

Yes, our popular original signature line of Goddess Inspired Coffees – Lucina, Hemera, Gaia, Epona and Aega – are available here and on our Amazon store and do not have hemp infused in them.

How does it work?

Hemp works within your body’s endocannabinoid system (ECS). The ECS helps to regulate a variety of processes like eating, sleeping, relaxation, recovery and cognition. It’s like your body’s operating system. Hemp acts upon receptors in the ECS and well as limits the breakdown of anandamide (often called the bliss molecule). In doing so, it can help your ECS function at its best.

What are the benefits of hemp?

Hemp has been the subject of many peer reviewed medical studies in regard to various aspects of human health. However, due to DSHEA (Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act of 1994) guidelines, we cannot specifically state conditions this oil may address. We encourage you to do your own research, consult with healthcare providers familiar with hemp products, and use as a resource as newly published research is coming out in real time.

  1. Phytotherapy Research 27 No. 5(2013): 633-636, Cannibidiol in Inflammatory Bowel Disease. Authors: G. Esposito, D.D. Filippis, C. Cirillo, T. Luvone, E. Cappocia, C. Scuderi, A. Steardo, R. Cuomo, L. Steardo.
  2. Journal of the American College of Cardiology 56 No. 25 (Dec. 14, 2010): 2115, Cannibidiol Attenuates Cardiac Dysfunction, Oxidative Stress, Fibrosis, Inflammatory and Cell Death Signaling Pathways in Diabetic Cardiomyopathy.Authors: M. Rajesh, et al.
  3. Neuropharmacology 103 (2016): 16, Cannabidiol Induces Rapid-Acting Antidepressant-like Effects and Enhances Cortical 5-HT/Glutamate Neurotransmission: Role of 5-HTIA Receptors.Authors: R. Linge, L. Jimenez-Sanchez, L. Campa, F. Pilar-Cuellar, R. Vidal, A. Pazos, A. Adell Diaz.
  4. CNS Neurol Disorders—Drug Targets13 No. 6 (2014): 953-960, Antidepressant-like and Anxiolytic-like Effects of Cannabidiol: a Chemical Compound of Cannabis sativa. Authors: A.R. de Mello Schier, N.P. de Oliveria Riberio, D.S. Coutinho, S. Machado, et al.
  5. British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology 75 No. 2(May 25, 2012): 323-333,Cannabidiol for Neurogenerative Disorders: Important New Clinical Applications for this Phytocannabinoid?Authors: J. Fernandez-Ruiz, O. Sagredo, M.R. Pazos, C. Garcia, R. Pertwee, R. Mechoulam, J. Martinez-Orgado.

What about third party lab testing?

3rd party testing files of lab reports are available upon request.
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