What is Bloomble?
Bloomble connects consumers with reputable brands in the hemp CBD space. Purchase items, sell your products, and learn more about the industry that is creating quite the buzz!
Why Should I Buy From Bloomble?
Our mission is to supply you with the best quality products and materials on the market.
We carefully vet each vendor before they are allowed to sell on our website – checking the labeling, (COA’s) certificates of analysis, and overall functionality of the company. If they don’t meet ours or our customer’s expectations within two strikes, they are banned from working with us forever.
We take your health very seriously and work to give you trustworthy products from trustworthy sources.
What Shipping Methods Are Available?
When you check out on our site, you can choose the shipping method based on your preferences. Overnight, priority and standard shipping are all available.
For raw materials that are sent from our lab to vendors, you can expect standard overnight shipping unless told otherwise.
How Long Will it Take To Get My Package?
Generally speaking, you can expect 5-10 business days. Based on the priority of shipping you choose during checkout will surmount for most of the time you should allocate towards your package’s arrival.
**Please Note** – If you purchase items from different brands, there is a chance that you will receive those products on different days due to the fact that they could be coming from different locations. Every vendor has the right to fulfill products themselves, rather than using our fulfillment warehouse.
How Do I Track My Order?
Upon fulfillment of the order, you will be sent a confirmation email with tracking information.
Do I Need an Account to Place an Order?
Yes, you do. That way, you can go in to view your purchase history and have access to shipping information.
Do You Sell Raw Materials? (Isolate, Distillate, Biomass)
Yes we do. Please send any injuries to email@example.com or call (650) 651-8265.
Can Bloomble Fulfill Orders For Me?
Yes! Bloomble offers shipping and fulfillment out of our 30,000 sq. ft. warehouse in Utah for partnered vendors if they so desire. It usually cuts the cost of shipping down significantly. It also reduces the need to hire employees specifically for fulfillment because we can handle shipping for not only orders that come through Bloomble, but for your company as a whole.
How Should I Contact You if I Have Any Queries?
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call our number (650) 651-8265
Returns are accepted within 30 days of your original purchase online. If you would like to return your product for a refund, please email a request with your original order number in the subject line to email@example.com. Please note items returned outside the 30-day policy will not be credited.
Products must be unopened and unused. Bloomble monitors return activity for abuse and reserves the right to limit returns or exchanges. We regret that we are unable to refund your original shipping charges unless the return was a result of our error or the item has presented a quality issue.
To initiate a return, please follow the simple steps below:
Package the item(s) securely in the original box if possible.
Enclose your original packing invoice is possible or include the order number with your shipment.
You may mail returns via the US Postal Service to the address we provide via email. We recommend that you insure the package prior to shipment and use a traceable method of shipping to ensure and track delivery back to us.
Please allow two weeks for your return to be processed sent by mail. You will receive an email confirmation once your return has been processed. Please allow 7-10 business days for your original form of payment to be credited. Please note your financial institution may take longer to reflect the transaction.
If you wish to exchange a product, you will need to return the original items (unopened and unused with original seal) within 30 days of purchase. We encourage you to place your new order while we process your return and credit if you wish to receive product faster.
If you have any questions about your return, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
What is CBD?
CBD (short for cannabidiol) is a non-intoxicating member of the phytocannabinoid family of chemical compounds that can be derived from the cannabis plant. All of the products sold through Bloomble are hemp-derived.
Visit our blog to learn more about CBD and other common terms.
We at Bloomble care about our customers’ experience and will gladly cater to individual needs or requests, so feel free to reach out to us through email or phone!
Phone: (650) 651-8265 | Email: email@example.com
The Endocannabinoid System
The Endocannabinoid System (ECS) is a recently discovered group of endogenous cannabinoid receptors found throughout the body. The endocannabinoid receptors that make up the ECS are located in our Central Nervous System (CNS), Peripheral Nervous System (PNS), and Immune System. Our CNS includes our brain and spinal cord, while the PNS acts as a communication network linking our CNS to the rest of our body.
Our brains contain the heaviest concentration of cannabinoid receptors, but there’s no shortage of them in our organs, tissues, glands, and more. The saturation of ECS receptors throughout our body is part of why CBD has so many uses and is so effective.
Cannabidiol, or CBD for short, naturally occurs within the tiny hairlike structures known as trichomes that grow on hemp and cannabis. The first cannabinoid molecule to be discovered in 1940, researchers have been studying CBD’s numerous health benefits ever since.
Cannabidiol exists in two states, CBD and CBD-a. Both are being studied to discover their individual effects on the body. CBD-a, which grows directly on hemp and cannabis, shows a great potential for different types of treatment. However, its effects haven’t been researched as extensively as CBD. When CBD-a is heated to 248°F, it loses its acid chain in a process called decarboxylation (also referred to as “activation”) and becomes CBD. All CBD products go through this process. CBD has been well studied and has a more pronounced effect than CBD-a due to more efficiently binding to the body’s Cannabidiol receptors.
As an organic product, CBD is a safer, natural alternative to synthetic options. In hemp’s multi-thousand-year history, there has never been a recorded fatality. While CBD has been shown to be non-toxic even at extreme doses, you should consult your doctor if you plan on taking more than 300mg in a 24 hour period.
Cannabinoids are a group of chemical compounds that are found in–but not exclusive to– cannabis. You can derive phytocannabinoids from pine needles and hops. Our body makes cannabinoids called endocannabinoids and act within the endocannabinoid system. At least 100 cannabinoids have been isolated from cannabis, but the most commonly recognized ones are cannabidiol (CBD), cannabinol (CBN), cannabigerol (CBG) and tetrahydrocannabinol (THC).
How Much CBD Should I Take?
Because of the lack of in-depth research of cannabis, there is no uniform serving size for CBD. What may be ideal for one person might not be sufficient for others. Your serving size will be dependent on your body weight, individual body chemistry and concentration of the CBD product you’re consuming.
We recommend using a small amount of CBD to start and adjusting as needed.
What is Decarboxylation?
Decarboxylation is sometimes referred to as “activating” the chemical compounds found in hemp and cannabis.
Decarboxylation is a chemical reaction that happens during the extraction process when CBDA is heated to 248°F. Decarboxylation will happen above and below 248°F but without the same efficiency. When CBDA reaches 248°F the carboxyl group (COOH) breaks away and is replaced by a proton. This step is important, as the decarboxylation of CBDA to CBD is critical to ensuring that the CBD present in our products have the desired effects within the endocannabinoid system.
Is CBD Psychoactive?
One could argue that CBD meets the definition of being psychoactive, as does any substance that affects your mind and behavior.
However, CBD is non-intoxicating. Unlike THC, it does not produce a high, cravings, compulsive use or withdrawal effects. There are also no reported instances of drug abuse with CBD.
What is the Difference Between Hemp Oil and CBD Extracts?
While hemp seed oil is extracted from the seeds of the hemp plant, hemp oil is a product derived from the leaves, buds and stalks of the hemp plant. As a result, hemp oil products have a much greater concentration of CBD than hemp seed oil products.
What Are The Benefits of CBD?
FDA DISCLOSURE: In accordance with federal regulation we cannot make health claims regarding our dietary supplements. We can only recommend our products for general wellness. Our products are not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any disease.
Are CBD and THC the Same Thing?
No. There are over 100 known cannabinoids, each with their own effect on the body. Though THC and CBD have similar chemical composition, their atoms are arranged differently. Because of the way THC is arranged molecularly, it is the perfect compound for interaction with Cannaboid 1 (CB1) receptors. This connection is the one that provides an intoxicating effect to the brain. CBD, however, is not a good connector to CB1. Instead, CBD connects with CB2 receptor. This produces a completely different effect on the body.
Is CBD Legal?
Hemp products that contain CBD are currently and successfully brought to market in all 50 states. We encourage users to always check with your local government, police department, or customs office for the most up to date information regarding the legality of CBD in your area before purchase. This answer should not be considered legal advice, so we strongly recommend that you check with your own local administration to ensure that you are happy with the level of legality of consuming these products before you buy them.
Can I Buy CBD From Anywhere in the United States?
Popular CBD brands currently make products available across the country. Laws are constantly being updated, so we strongly recommend that you check with your local administration to ensure you are comfortable with the level of legality of consuming hemp CBD products before you buy them.
Why Is There A Grapefruit Warning?
CBD and grapefruit share a similar enzyme which can affect how your body processes certain medications. Always check with your physician before starting a new dietary supplement program. If you have received specific instructions from a medical professional regarding grapefruit, please treat any CBD products with the same caution.