Common Questions

Commonly Asked Questions


Cannabis has been cultivated for centuries but it is largely misunderstood. Below are answers to a number of common questions to help you be informed.

“Knowledge itself is Power”

Sir Francis Bacon

What is CBD?

Where Does CBD Come From?

How is CBD Different From Marijuana?

How is CBD Harvested?

What’s the Difference Between Broad and Full-spectrum CBD?

Is CBD Dangerous?

Can I take CBD When I’m Pregnant or Nursing

Is CBD Addictive?

What Dosage Should I Take?

Can How You Consume CBD Affect How Much You Need?

How Long Does It Take Before I Feel The Benefits?

Will I Fail a Drug Test While Taking RVDCBD Products?

Does Rob Van Dam play a role in RVDCBD?

Where Can I Buy RVDCBD Products?

What is RVDCBD’s Exchange Policy?

What is RVDCBD’s Shipping & Handling Policy?

Are there Exceptions and Exemptions?

What is RVDCBD’s Return Policy?

What Payment Methods are Excepted?

Are You Interested in Selling Wholesale?

Why Sell RVDCBD?

What is RVDCBD Transparency?

Can I Fly or Travel with CBD in My Possession?

What is CBD?

Cannabidiol, more commonly known as CBD, is one of the 85-plus (h) active compounds found in cannabis (marijuana) and industrial hemp. CBD accounts for up to 40% of all the compounds found in the hemp plant, and CBD is a non-psychoactive compound, which means it does not make you high.

CBD is often regarded as the single most crucial cannabinoid ever discovered. Why? Unlike many other drugs, it is 100% organic (no synthetic here). Whether it’s to maintain general wellbeing or becoming more proactive with a daily wellness routine, CBD oil is useful. And with on-going research, the list of CBD’s uses continues to grow exponentially.

  • Pain reliever
  • Decreases epileptic convulsions
  • Reduces anxiety
  • Relaxes Muscles
  • Diminishes psychotic behaviors
  • Protects against nerve damage and impairment
  • Balances and decreases inflammation aka anti-inflammatory
  • Blocks disease causing agents, like COVID-19

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Where Does CBD Come From?

CBD comes from the plant species Cannabis sativa, and this natural wonder grows in abundance nearly anywhere with little water or fertilizer. It’s also a natural deterrent to pests (so no pesticides required). It even helps in the Ozone battle by repurposing carbon from the air back into the ground through its root systems. If that’s not enough to win you over, hemp seeds also have a high (nearly complete) source of protein, which basically means it contains all the required amino acids our bodies need. So, if it can grow anywhere, does it matter where we get it? ABSOLUTELY!


Even though CBD doesn’t need pesticides, some farms may still use them. If you truly want organic, safe hemp, stick to domestic sources. To ensure the best and safest product, RVDCBD ONLY farms our cannabis domestically (Homegrown USA). 

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Is CBD Legal?

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In 2014, Congress passed the Agricultural Act (aka the “Farm Bill”), which opened the door for closely monitored industrial hemp growth on American farms. Then in 2018 the “Revised Farm Bill” removed hemp from the Controlled Substances Act.

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And now (as of 2021), Hemp-derived CBD oil with 0.3% THC or less is federally legal in all 50 states; however, CBD laws are monitored state-by-state and even though CBD with 0.3% THC is legal, some states restrict certain products. So, the bottom line is, you must check your state’s CBD Laws before purchase.

How is CBD Different From Marijuana?

Both Marijuana and Hemp belong to the same species, Cannabis sativa, and the two plants look somewhat similar, but there are a few key differences. The biggest variance between hemp and marijuana is the amount of another cannabinoid compound known as THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) found in each. THC is the psychoactive compound and does make you high.


The term “hemp” generally refers to cannabis that contains 0.3 percent or less THC content by dry weight. In legal terms, “marijuana” means cannabis that has more than 0.3 percent THC by dry weight. However, THC content varies among cannabis plants. In fact, some strains are bred to be higher in THC than others. BUT, once again, CBD will not make you high, THC will.

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How is CBD Harvested?

Extraction methods matter because different methods retain a different assortment of the hemp plant’s compounds. For example, if the goal is to retain valuable terpenes (needed in Broad-spectrum products) a solvent method is the best option because CO2 can lose terpenes and cannabinoids at the beginning of the extraction process.

In the CBD business harvesting is commonly referred to as the extraction process. There are four common extraction methods, which all fall under the high-tech name Chromatography. Chromatography is the separation of compounds in a mixture (in this case the hemp plant with some other compound). Which process you choose depends on how you will repurpose the CBD.

  • Carbon dioxide extraction (which requires expensive equipment) is where CO2 is transformed into a liquid with high pressure. That liquid passes through the plant material and leaves behind high CBD concentrations. 
  • Steam distillation uses steam to separate the oil from the plant material and is not as efficient; however, this method is exceptional for further refinement such as separating specific compounds out of already extracted CBD oils.
  • Solvent extraction is more efficient than solvent and has a few risks, but if done right, it is the most economic and the most popular method by far.
  • Lipid extraction is where oil pressure and heat are applied over time to absorb and encapsulate compounds into a lipid or fat like coconut oil, olive oil. Click here to return to the top.

What’s the Difference Between Broad and Full-spectrum CBD?

Full spectrum CBD has the whole toolbox of naturally occurring compounds including THC. The compounds together produce the “entourage effect.” This simply refers to the many benefits the varying compounds create when present together. For example, brown sugar is a healthy natural unrefined sugar (and the darker the sugar the better). By itself it is healthy and delicious but when combined with cinnamon (an excellent source of antioxidants with anti-inflammatory and anti-fungal properties) you get the classic “American” spice and everything that is fall.

  • Full Spectrum CBD—has no processing (100% Natural) & contains the most THC.
  • Broad Spectrum CBD—is refined to reduce THC levels (RVDCBD has ZERO THC) but still contains all the other compounds.
  • CBD Isolate—is 100% CBD, no THC—literally nothing but CBD.

Broad spectrum CBD also contains several of the CBD Tools in the toolbox and thus the “entourage effect,” but typically THC is reduced or removed. RVDCBD Broad Spectrum contains ZERO THC, 100% guaranteed. So, if you’re looking for the apple pie without the high, reach for Broad Spectrum not Full. Click here to return to the top.

Is CBD Dangerous?

CBD like any substance with medicinal properties has some risks. For this reason, if you plan to use products containing CBD, RVDCBD ALWAYS encourages consulting your doctor first. CBD generally is well-tolerated, but as with any medicinal herb or compound there are possible side effects. Side effects can include dry mouth, diarrhea, reduced appetite, irritability, drowsiness and fatigue. 


Like grapefruit, CBD can increase the level of blood thinning by competing for the liver enzymes that break down these drugs. People taking high doses of CBD may also show abnormalities in liver related blood tests similar to results found with those taking non-prescription drugs like acetaminophen (Tylenol). 

Currently, the FDA does not regulate the safety and purity of CBD products, and as such, the CBD content listed and in some products is unreliable. A recent study of 84 CBD products bought online showed that more than a quarter of the products contained less CBD than labeled. In addition, THC was found in 18 products. That’s why RVDCBD posts their 3rd party tested COA’s (Certificate of Analysis). Click here to return to the top.

Can I take CBD When I’m Pregnant or Nursing?

Even though CBD does help with nausea, the FDA strongly advises absolutely no use of CBD, THC, and marijuana in any form during pregnancy or while breastfeeding. Use during pregnancy may affect fetal brain development, may increase the risk of a newborn with low birth weight, and research suggests increased risks for premature birth and potentially stillbirth as well. For more information click here. Click here to return to the top.


Is CBD Addictive?

Drug addiction is a compulsive need to use a substance with the inability to stop using it despite consequences. Substances that lead to dependence and addiction usually affect the pleasure centers of the brain. Dependence is the need for the substance to avoid symptoms of withdrawal. 


THC, the psychoactive compound in cannabis, produces the high we all know marijuana for. While both CBD and THC travel to the brain and attach to the endocannabinoid receptors, THC attaches to the areas of the brain associated with pleasure, memory, and thought.

CBD does not have the same intoxicating effects as THC. Thus, marijuana and THC use can lead to dependence, but for now current research suggests that CBD is not addictive. Click here to return to the top.

What Dosage Should I Take?

RVDCBD recommends first time users take it low and slow. In other words, start at a dose of 10 mg and slowly add 5 mg increments every 2 to 3 days until you reach the desired results. Research published in the National Library of Medicine [link] ( tested on humans shows a good range for the average person is between 600 mg to 1,500 mg daily, even for “chronic” usage. HOWEVER, no two bodies are the same, that’s why we at RVDCBD recommend you speak to your doctor first!


“Information in itself is not powerful; power lies at the very core of being informed and making good use of it.”

~Nudi Levit

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How you consume your CBD may affect how much you need.

  • Tincture: requires less if consumed sublingually (under the tongue) as they enter your bloodstream immediately; however, if added to cold foods, some CBD will be lost in metabolization, and thus you might need a little more. 
  • Gummies: require a little more because some CBD is lost in digestion.
  • Smokables: require much less because it goes straight into your body from your lungs with no CBD or THC lost.
  • Topicals: are directly applied to the skin and source of pain.

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How long does it take before I feel the benefits?

*Topicals offer immediate relief to affected areas, but the CBD absorption into the bloodstream takes longer

Method of IngestionProductsCBD Absorption AmountCBD Bioavailability Rate
SublingualTinctures13-19%5 – 20 minutes
OralGummies & Tinctures10-20%30 – 120 minutes
Topicals or Tinctures rubbed on the skin2-45%24 – 45 minutes
InhaledSmokables34 – 46%10 – 20 minutes

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Will I Fail a Drug Test While Taking RVDCBD Products?


Even though trace amounts of THC (less than 0.3%)  are legal, THC can build up in the body even over a short time. We at RVDCBD don’t want anyone to fail a drug test, violate probation, or lose their job or military status! That’s why RVDCBD has several products with absolutely Zero THC; and it has just what it says, absolutely no THC.

So, there’s no THC to build up in your body and jeopardize test results. Even better, RVDCBD also understands the whole entourage is better than just CBD, so our Broad Spectrum products are also ZERO THC. You had Rob’s back through his wrestling career, and now he has yours. Click here to return to the top.

Rob Van Dam’s Role in RVDCBD

RVD’s name and his face are on the product, but that’s not his only involvement. He makes it his mission to bring you the highest quality, and most effective products. As many of you know, Rob never does anything the typical way. During the production of all RVDCBD products, Rob Van Dam personally tests them (and when I say tests, he literally puts the test product on his body, smokes it, or ingests it).


Who better to guarantee the quality, strength, and effectiveness than Mr. 420 himself (a 30-year avid, marijuana & hemp advocate). Being a 30-year veteran of CBD, he has basically said, If it doesn’t work for me, or it doesn’t meet my standards, we’re not selling it. His fans had his back for 30 years, and now he has yours. Click here to return to the top.

Where Can I Buy RVDCBD Products?

RVDCBD products are sold individually, in combo bundles, and wholesale online at Individual products are also sold in select stores across America.

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RVDCBD’s Return Policy

If you do need a refund or return (cause let’s face it, we all make mistakes, us included), we require:

  • A receipt or proof of purchase 
  • The item must be unused or in the condition that you received it
  • All items must be returned with the original packaging
  • The item in question must be returned within 30 days

Not all items are returnable or refundable. Some items such as:

  • Hazardous materials 
  • Flammable liquids or gases
  • Perishable goods 
    • Food
    • Flowers
    • Newspapers or magazines 
    • Intimate or sanitary products 
  • Gift cards
  • Downloadable software products
  • Some health and personal care items
  • Shipping fees

Exchange Policy


Only defective or damaged items qualify. Please send us an email at and send your item to: 

RVDCBD – Exchanges/Returns

17521 Brent Ln.

Tustin, CA, 92780, United States

Return shipping costs are the customers responsibility. Shipping costs are non-refundable. If you receive a refund, the cost of return shipping will be deducted from your refund. Depending on where you live, the time it may take for your exchanged product to reach you, may vary. If you are shipping an item over $50, please consider using a trackable shipping service or purchasing shipping insurance. We don’t guarantee that we will receive your returned item. Click here to return to the top.

Shipping & Handling Policy

RVDCBD ships only domestically (within the United States) via USPS. Processing orders is generally 1-2 business days. After processing, domestic packages usually arrive within 3-6 days. To track your order click here. Unless otherwise specified, orders are processed in the order they are received. We offer priority and express shipping as well. Please keep in mind that during holidays or limited edition launches, times may vary. Thank you for your patience.

Our rates are as follows: 

  • $4.95 Flat Fee for domestic, all states within the USA.

Priority and Express orders placed before 1:00 PM PST will be processed and shipped out the same business day. Priority and Express orders placed after 1:00 PM PST will be processed and shipped out the next business day. The day an order ships does not count as a day in transit.

On occasion offers shipping promotions, at which time domestic customers receive free shipping if they spend over a certain amount. These promotions may change periodically. To keep updated with our latest shipping promotions, subscribe and receive the RVD Nation  ( Newsletter. Click here to return to the top.

Exceptions and Exemptions

We are not responsible for any shipping deliveries that may be affected by natural occurrences, and/or transfers from USPS to the local carrier within the United States by air and ground transportation strikes, delays, nor any extra fees, or back end charges.

Packages undeliverable by USPS will be canceled and refunded once received and processed at our shipping hub. Click here to return to the top.

Payment Information


We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover. 

Contact Info: 1.800.920.2370 

  • Available 7 Days a week 
  • 8am-5pm PST
  • Available Anytime!

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Are You Interested in Selling Wholesale?

RVDCBD’s mission is and always has been better health and wellness. RVD has been around hemp as an advocate, user, and icon for 30 years. He is the ultimate tag team partner, as he tests all his products firsthand and brings with him an army of followers. RVDCBD ensures high quality merchandise. If you are interested in selling RVDCBD products wholesale please contact us at: Or 1-800-920-2370. Click here to return to the top.

Why Sell RVDCBD?

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  • Grown and sourced in the USA
  • Tested and Approved by RVD himself for potency and effectiveness
  • Verified by science: Tested by third parties
  • Produced  with the highest quality ingredients: plant-based/organic ingredients whenever possible.
  • Formulated with multiple potencies to ensure all people can feel and benefit

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RVDCBD Transparency

RVDCBD maintains traceability from plant to product to ensure all CBD meets RVD’s high standards of quality, potency,  and consistency. Please email us at, and let us know how we can help you. You will be contacted by one of RVDCBD’s Sales Representatives after reviewing your information. If you are having difficulties, please call (800)-920-2370.


Our business hours are Monday – Friday, 

8:00am – 5:00pm PST


Please contact your account representative via email or phone through Or 1-800-920-2370.

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Can I Fly or Travel with CBD in My Possession?

CBD is legal in the United States as of 2018, so yes; you can fly or travel domestically (within the USA) anywhere with all CBD products containing less than .3 % THC. Keep in mind, however, CBD Flower, though it has less tha .3% THC looks the same as other THC products. Law enforcement officials and TSA personnel may not be able to tell the difference. Also, TSA liquid quantity restrictions still apply when flying. All liquids must be less than 3 ounces to board a plane. 


While some nations do not harbor CBD restrictions, RVDCBD strongly advises not to travel internationally with CBD products, as every nation differs in cannabis laws, and while traveling, even passing through an airport, in any given country, you are under their jurisdiction, and thus required to abide by their laws.

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