Hemp Store in Murphysboro, IL
With over 100 CBD products in-store, we offer one of Southern Illinois’ largest selections to those in the Murphysboro, IL area. We carry plenty of options to meet your CBD needs and did you know that we grow our own hemp? This allows us to produce our very own line of Get Wells products that we trust.
Our CBD products include oils, vape pens, soaps, and edibles. Our other in-store pain management products include THC-derived Delta-8 and various strains of Kratom. We also sell smoking accessories, clothing, gifts, and more.
CBD HEMP FLOWER AVAILABLE FOR SALE
GET WELLS CBD OIL
- LAVENDAR MINT
GET WELLS DELTA 8
GET WELLS SOAP BARS
- TEA TREE
- PINK GRAPEFRUIT
- OCEAN SHORES
- KENTUCKY BOURBON
GET WELLS FOR PETS
- DOGGIE WASH BAR
- CBD OIL – BACON FLAVORED
HEMP FLOWER (STANDARD & BULK PRICES AVAILABLE)
- HAWAIIN HAZE
- SOUR SPACE CANDY
Green Maeng Da – This strain is native to Thailand. All the types of Maeng Da Kratom strains are effective at relieving pain. However, the Green Maeng Da can also help give you a strong boost of energy and help relieve pain.
Hulu Kapuas Kalimantan – This strain is native to Malaysia. Similar to our Red Ball Kratom strain, the Hulu Kapuas Kalimantan acts like a traditional pain reliever. However, this strain can produce a feeling of euphoria and energy.
White Indo – This strain is native to Indonesia. Similar to the strain White Maeng Da, the White Indo is a strong pain reliever, but it is between energizing and relaxing.
Red Bali – This strain is native to Bali, Indonesia. This is a classic euphoric strain of Kratom. Red Bali is perfect for those who are new to Kratom or for those who are looking for a simple euphoric effect.
Yellow Gold – This strain is native to Indonesia. This type of Kratom is made from a variety of red strains which have a slightly longer drying process when compared to regular Kratom. This allows it to give off a strong sense of euphoria
What is CBD?
CBD is short for cannabidiol. This is a non-psychoactive extract that derives from the cannabis plant. A big thing with CBD is that it will not make you high. CBD is suggested to help with a wide array of health symptoms and conditions. This supplement is used to alleviate pain, inflammation, insomnia, and even is used to manage neurological disorders like depression, anxiety, and epilepsy. There are so many different ways of using CBD products, and you can find them in the form of edibles, vape pens, topical creams, capsules, oils, and more!
How Do I Used CBD?
There are three primary ways of using CBD, this includes:
- Topically- In the form of CBD patches, lotions, and creams.
- Inhalation- In the form of Vape Pens, Raw Hemp Flower, & Oils
- Internally- In the form of CBD Gummies, Capsules, Edibles, & even Oils.
The most common ways to use CBD are orally in the form of CBD gummies and CBD Oils.
What Does CBD Feel Like?
The effects of CBD are usually subtle. Since it is non-psychoactive, you will not feel high, however, CBD can give you a mild “fuzzy” sensation. The relaxing effect that CBD can have can make you sometimes feel as if you are hovering or floating. This feeling may make your body feel lighter or heavier, allowing your mind to feel relaxed and loose. The higher the dosage of CBD the stronger the effects are. However, even a very high dosage will not produce a strong enough effect to get you high.
Another way that people describe the effects of CBD includes feeling an autopilot-like sensation. It can feel like your body is reacting automatically without much thought behind it. When this happens, you are able to remain in total control, yet your mind can remain clear. In some instances, people find that a high dose of CBD can make them tired. This is especially prevalent in CBD products containing a higher concentration of a related cannabinoid called cannabinol (CBN), which is used as a strong sedative.
What Are Some Benefits of CBD?
CBD has several health benefits that are well documented. An array of these effects stem from its ability to interact with eh endocannabinoid system (ECS) in your body. This system is made up of several receptors located throughout your body. Some other parts of the body that are impacted by the use of CBD include neurotransmitters such as serotonin and dopamine as well as cell regeneration.
Some Primary Benefits of Using CBD Include:
- Regulating Hormones & Metabolism
- Supporting Reproductive Health
- Helps Protect the Cardiovascular System
- Supports Digestive Functions
- Protects the Brain
- Supports Healthy Skin
- Supports Wellbeing & Mental Health
- Helps Alleviate Pain & Inflammation
Is CBD Safe?
CBD is extremely safe. There have been several clinical trials that explored the effects of CBD on specific health issues. All of the trials have reported a low number of side effects that are associated with the supplement. Many of the studies even used CBD in high doses, way higher than the average user would even come near taking.
What Are the Side Effects of CBD?
Even though CBD rarely causes any issues, there are still a few side effects that you should take note of. These side effects are more common with higher dosages or individuals who are sensitive. This can include:
- Dry Mouth
- Changes in Mood
- Changes in Appetite
Can CBD Oils Make Me Fail a Drug Test?
There are some areas where the psychoactive parts of cannabis plants (THC) are considered illegal. When you take a drug test, it is searching for traces of that THC. However, since CBD is non-psychoactive it is legal in many places, which is why there is no reason for it to show up on a drug test.
If you are worried about failing a drug test if you have been taking CBD, you should seek out products that are made from CBD isolates or broad-spectrum extracts. These products have no traceable amount of THC in them. It is extremely unlikely that you would fail a drug test as a result of taking these types of oils.
Can I Become Addicted to CBD?
The simple answer to this is no. CBD itself is not addictive and has a very low likelihood of creating physical dependence or tolerance. This is especially true when compared to anti-anxiety medications including opioids or benzodiazepine drugs. However, there can be a habit-forming with people who use CBD as a way to rely on their supplement for relief from their symptoms. This however is very different from physical addiction.
During a moment of physical addition, the body loses its ability to maintain itself without the drug. This ends up causing severe withdrawal symptoms when the drug is no longer in the system. Withdrawal symptoms do not happen with CBD. The only negative that can happen is that once you stop taking it, even after many years of use, your symptoms may begin to reappear.