All You Wanted to Know And More
Why Choose Tonify?
* Tonify Products are developed by experts in both Chinese herbal medicine and Western pharmacology
* Tonify Products are trusted and recommended by healthcare professionals
* Tonify Products are completely manufactured in the USA
* Tonify Products are sourced from U.S. growers who use safe growing practices
* Tonify Products are tested both in-house and independently lab-tested for purity, potency, and safety
* Tonify Products are Non-GMO, and Gluten-Free
* Tonify Products are backed by our 100% customer satisfaction guarantee.
* Patented Formulations
How are Tonify products different from other CBD products on the market?
All of Tonify products are uniquely designed for easy application, accurate concentration, and use only premium quality domestically sourced CBD isolate and whole plant extract. Each individual application has been created with special consideration given as to WHY people are choosing to make CBD a part of their life. With our Patented Formulations, the name Tonify has become synonymous with innovation and quality.
What is CBD?
CBD, or cannabidiol, is one of the over 94 individual components identified in the cannabis plant. It is non-psychoactive and is being used by people for many reasons all over the world to support a healthy lifestyle.
Is CBD Legal?
On December 20th, 2018, the Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018, H.R.2 (Farm Bill) was signed into law legalizing CBD products from hemp in all 50 states. Note the keyword “hemp” since hemp typically contains THC content of less than 0.3% and it is not possible to get “high” on CBD made from hemp. Therefore, CBD is strictly considered a supplement.
Certain states have different rules about exactly who, and under what conditions, one can access CBD products. It is recommended that you check your state laws on the current status of CBD and its use.
Is CBD safe?
The World Health Organization (WHO) has studied the matter and concluded that CBD oil is safe, even at high doses. In their report from November of 2017, the WHO states:
"In humans, CBD exhibits no effects indicative of any abuse or dependence potential.... There is also preliminary
evidence that CBD may be a useful treatment for a number of other medical conditions.... CBD is generally well tolerated with a good safety profile.... To date, there is no evidence of recreational use of CBD or any public health related problems associated with the use of pure CBD."
The World Health Organization (WHO) released an update on the potential health benefits and risks of CBD in June 2018. The update stated that CBD has been shown to be effective in treating epilepsy and has a good safety profile. It also noted that there is preliminary evidence that CBD may be useful in treating other medical conditions. However, the update also emphasized the need for further research to fully understand the potential uses and potential risks of CBD. Additionally, the update noted that several countries have modified their national controls to allow for the use of CBD as a medicinal product.
WHO Summary of Cannabidiol (CBD):
"Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of the naturally occurring cannabinoids found in cannabis plants. It
is a 21-carbon terpenophenolic compound which is formed following decarboxylation from a
cannabidiolic acid precursor, although it can also be produced synthetically.
In experimental models of abuse liability, CBD appears to have little effect on conditioned
place preference or intracranial self-stimulation. In an animal drug discrimination model CBD
failed to substitute for THC. In humans, CBD exhibits no effects indicative of any abuse or
CBD has been demonstrated as an effective treatment of epilepsy in several clinical trials, with
one pure CBD product (Epidiolex®) with completed Phase III trials and under current
review for approval in the U.S. There is also preliminary evidence that CBD may be a useful
treatment for a number of other medical conditions.
There is unsanctioned medical use of CBD based products with oils, supplements, gums, and
high concentration extracts available online for the treatment of many ailments.
CBD is generally well tolerated with a good safety profile. Reported adverse effects may be as
a result of drug-drug interactions between CBD and patients’ existing medications.
Several countries have modified their national controls to accommodate CBD as a medicinal
To date, there is no evidence of recreational use of CBD or any public health-related problems
associated with the use of pure CBD."
World Health Organization (WHO):
How does CBD work?
CBD functions by binding to the cannabinoid receptors in the body’s endocannabinoid system. It works specifically with different receptors in our brains, gut and immune system. More specifically, it activates the cannabinoid receptors rather than interacting with them directly.
An overview about the potential therapeutic effects of Cannabidiol (CBD) may be found here:
National Institute of Health (NIH): https://search.nih.gov/search?utf8=✓&affiliate=nih&query=cbd&commit=Search
How do I use CBD?
There are many ways to use CBD, including orally (e.g. as a capsule or tincture), topically (e.g. as a cream or oil), and by inhalation (e.g. as a vape). The best method for you will depend on your specific needs and preferences. It is always important to follow the instructions on the product label and consult with a healthcare professional before using CBD.
Are there any side effects of CBD?
Use of CBD has shown to be non-toxic and safe for human and animal use and has been shown to be well tolerated even at higher doses. There are dozens of studies that demonstrate the effectiveness of CBD in treating various conditions.
Some possible side effects of using CBD include:
Dry mouth: CBD can potentially interfere with the production of saliva, which may lead to dry mouth or thirst.
Dizziness: Some individuals may experience dizziness or lightheadedness after taking CBD, particularly in high doses.
Changes in appetite: CBD may cause changes in appetite, potentially leading to an increase or decrease in food intake.
Changes in weight: It is possible that some individuals may experience weight changes while using CBD, either in the form of weight gain or weight loss.
Drowsiness: CBD may cause drowsiness or sedation in some individuals, especially at higher doses.
Drug interactions: It is important to note that CBD may interact with certain medications, so it is essential to speak with a healthcare professional before using CBD if you are taking any medications.
Allergic reactions: While rare, it is possible for some people to have an allergic reaction to CBD, which may manifest as rashes, hives, or difficulty breathing.
It is worth noting that these side effects are typically mild and temporary. If you experience any negative effects after using CBD, it is recommended that you stop using the product and consult with a healthcare professional.
A review on the safety and side effects of CBD may be found here:
How much CBD should I take?
The appropriate dosage of CBD will depend on a number of factors, including your weight, age, and the condition you are trying to treat. It is always important to start with a low dose and gradually increase as needed. It is also important to speak with a healthcare professional before using CBD to determine the appropriate dosage for your specific needs.
Is CBD addictive?
There is no evidence to suggest that CBD is addictive. However, it is always important to use any substance responsibly and to speak with a healthcare professional if you have any concerns about potential addiction.
Is CBD safe for pets?
The safety and effectiveness of using CBD for pets has not been extensively studied. While some people may use CBD for their pets, it is important to speak with a veterinarian before doing so to ensure that it is safe and appropriate for your pet. It is also important to follow the instructions on the product label and to use caution when administering any substance to your pet.
Can CBD be detected on a drug test?
It is possible that CBD could be detected on a drug test, especially if you are using high-CBD products or if you are taking large doses of CBD. It is important to note that drug tests typically screen for THC, not CBD, so if you are using a product that contains only trace amounts of THC, it is unlikely to be detected on a drug test.
Is CBD the same as marijuana?
CBD is one of many cannabinoids found in the cannabis plant. While CBD and marijuana both come from the cannabis plant, they are not the same thing. Marijuana contains high levels of THC, the compound responsible for its psychoactive effects, while hemp, which is a variety of the cannabis plant, contains high levels of CBD and low levels of THC.
Has the hemp plant been used historically?
Hemp, a variety of the Cannabis sativa plant, has been used for medicinal purposes for thousands of years.
According to historical records, the ancient Chinese used hemp for a variety of medicinal purposes. Hemp was used as a treatment for various ailments, including pain, nausea, and constipation. It was also used in the production of textiles, paper, and other materials.
In ancient Chinese culture, hemp was considered to be a valuable plant, and it was often used in traditional medicine. The ancient Chinese believed that hemp had medicinal properties, and it was often used as a natural treatment for various ailments.
In ancient Egyptian culture, hemp was considered to be a sacred plant, and it was often used in religious ceremonies and rituals. The ancient Egyptians also believed that hemp had medicinal properties, and it was often used as a natural treatment for various ailments.
The ancient Greeks and Romans used hemp for a variety of medicinal purposes.
According to historical records, the ancient Greeks used hemp as a treatment for a range of ailments, including earache, edema, and inflammation. The ancient Romans also used hemp for medicinal purposes, including as a treatment for pain and inflammation.
Hemp is also a rich source of a number of important nutrients, including essential fatty acids, proteins, and a range of minerals and vitamins. It was often used in ancient times as a natural supplement to support overall health and well-being.
What is the Endocannabinoid System?
CBD interacts with the body’s Endocannabinoid system. The Endocannabinoid system runs throughout your entire body and touches all major systems. It is found in the human body's Central and Peripheral Nervous System and is the largest neuro-transmitter system in the brain. The Endocannabinoid System is responsible for maintaining homeostatic action in the body, like mood, memory, appetite, thermoregulation, sleep and more.
The endocannabinoid system is comprised mainly of two receptors and a series of compounds produced inside the body. To date the Endocannabinoid System comprises of CB1 and CB2 receptors.
What is Full Spectrum CBD?
Full Spectrum CBD is a combination of cannabidiol (CBD) and different variations of cannabinoids. These cannabinoids may include but are not limited to cannabichromene (CBC), cannabidiolic-acid (CBDa), cannabigerol (CBG), cannabinol (CBN), tetrahyrdocannabinol (THC), tetrahydrocannabinolic-acid (THCa), and tetrahydrocannabivarin (THCV).
What are Terpenes?
Terpenes and terpenoids are aromatic organic compounds found in many plants.
They are what give plants their specific scents, especially conifers and citrus plants. The smell of flowers, fruits, and cannabis are all produced by terpenes. The terpenes in cannabis not only produce a specific aroma, but they contribute to the difference between strains of cannabis.
What is CBD isolate?
CBD isolate is pure CBD. CBD is extracted from the plant then undergoes an additional selection process to extract and crystallize the CBD into 99.6% to 99.9% CBD.
What is the Entourage Effect?
For the most part, alternative or complementary medical systems revolve around using the entire plant for medicinal purposes rather than isolating or producing the active ingredients in a laboratory. Herbalists are excellent at using whole plant based treatments for a variety of ailments. For over 3 thousand years, whole plant medicine has been used in the ancient healing arts such as Ayurveda and Classical Chinese Medicine.
A phenomenon, called the entourage effect, results when the many components within a whole plant interact with the human body to produce a more beneficial and synergistic influence than any one of those components alone. Studies are showing evidence that suggests that medical substances may be more effective in their whole and natural state.
Will CBD get you High? Is it Psychoactive?
No. Unlike Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) , CBD does not produce the psychoactive effect that is commonly associated with marijuana, they are distinctly different substances. THC is the molecule that binds to the receptors in the brain and is the one responsible for the psychoactive effects of marijuana.
CBD is antagonistic to the marijuana high; it actually prevents THC molecules from binding to the brain’s receptors. CBD has not demonstrated toxicity in the body (meaning it cannot make you “intoxicated” or “high”), however it is highly reactive with the body’s endocannabinoid system.
Are your products Non-GMO?
Yes, all Tonify products are Non-GMO. All ingredients are sourced in the USA.
Do you test for Purity, Potency and Safety?
Yes, we test our products at random in-house using a High-Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) machine. For consistency, we also Independently Lab-test our products.
Do you sell Wholesale?
Yes! Email us at support@Tonify.com for details.
Which payment methods do you accept?
We accept all major credit cards and checks
What is your return policy?
Tonify is committed to providing you with best products and services. We stand behind the products and guarantee that they are brand new, authentic, and in original packaging. Return/Refund Policy: All standard products come with a 30-day, money-back guarantee for new and unopened products based on the delivery date as provided by the shipper.