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Why us?


We believe nature holds the keys to unlocking your greatest self.
Hemp's ancient wisdom soothes modern woes - harnessing its power to ease anxiety, poor sleep, stress, and pain.


 Our purpose is to be your trusted guide on the journey to wellbeing, providing carefully crafted, plant-powered CBD oil, CBD gummies, and CBD chocolates as well as education to restore harmony to your body and mind.


At our core, we know nature nurtures. Let us show you the healing power of plants and help you flourish.


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  • B'riyut (Health and Wholeness)

    Like a seedling, health starts small,Needs nurturing to grow tall.Jewish wisdom knows this truth -Cultivate your mind, body, youth.Delight in that which makes you thrive,Avoid harm, blossom, come alive!Wellbeing is a garden to tend,Through life's seasons, curves and bends.

  • Menuḥa (Rest and Renewal)

    Rest restores the weary soul,Anxiety's currents it whole.At Kosher CBD, we thoughtfully craft,Plant-powered products to ease your path.Honoring Shabbat's sacred call,For contemplation nourishing all.

  • Sh’mirat haguf (Protecting the Body's Temple)

    Our forms are sacred vessels, key to all we do.Cherish this gift, this temple of you.At Kosher CBD, we honor your journey toward b'tzelem Elohim.Let our plant wisdom nourish and free your spirit within.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who are we ?

Greetings, dear Reader! My name is Aaron Balkany. I have been deeply involved in the cannabis and hemp industry for almost a decade. Particularly, my expertise lies in extraction from the plants and infusion of their derivatives into delicious, all-natural, KOSHER CBD edibles. Together with the team leaders at Kosher-CBD – Mendy S. and Shloimy R., our aim is to provide customers with the highest degree of quality and kashrut at a price that will not “break the bank”. To educate our clients about CBD+ products, we felt it necessary to dispel some rumors/stigmas and to validate/qualify medical research on cannabis and hemp. This is the first of a series to achieve that end.

Welcome to the world of “CBD” and the host of beneficial substances derived from the ancient hemp plant! This is the first in a series of informational segments on Hemp, marijuana, cannabinoids, and how to use them. To be clear, these articles are meant to provide information and education on cannabis and its derivatives. These articles are NOT to be used for legal or medical guidance. The information contained therein has been culled from extensive research, beta-testing, lab results, and scientific journals. Our hope is that you will come away from the articles more informed, and less wary, when considering the nutraceutical and pharmaceutical CBD benefits hemp has to offer. 

Public interest in and the availability of CBD have grown due to its promising health benefits. People use CBD to help with a wide variety of physical and mental issues, including pain, nausea, addiction, and depression. Although scientific studies have not confirmed CBD’s usefulness for all these conditions, available evidence suggests that CBD works with the endocannabinoid system, which is a signaling network.

CBD, or cannabidiol, is non-intoxicating and one of the more than 540 phytochemicals found in the Cannabis sativa (C. sativa) plant. THC, or delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol, is the compound that gets people “high.” It is the difference between THC levels found in hemp and cannabis that has caused so many legal complications.

What is Hemp?

Hemp is a specific variety of C. sativa. People have grown hemp for hundreds of years, using it to make rope, clothes, sails, food, and much more. Industrial hemp has an equally long history in the United States – Thomas Jefferson, the third president of the country, grew it himself.

The 2018 Farm Bill considers C. sativa plants with less than 0.3 percent THC as hemp or industrial hemp. Producers can grow it legally across most of the U.S., subject to strict regulations, and excluding three states. Hemp plants do contain THC but at very low levels. However, certain types of processed hemp, such as CBD tinctures, CBD gummies, or CBD capsules, can still cause euphoria. In most cases, manufacturers use the leaves and flowers of the hemp plant to make CBD products.

What is cannabis? 

There are three standard varieties of cannabis plants: C. indica, C. sativa, and C. ruderalis. There is also a range of hybrid plants that are a mix of these three strains. These cannabis plants contain much higher and varying levels of THC than hemp plants. Besides containing more THC, these plants also tend to contain less CBD than hemp plants, and the difference has become steadily more pronounced. A 2016 analysis found that the average potency of cannabis plants rose from about 4% in 1995 to 12% in 2014. Average CBD levels decreased from 0.28% in 2001 to less than 0.15% in 2014.

Cannabis CBD vs. Hemp CBD

Cannabis and hemp plants contain both CBD and THC along with more than 540 other substances. The main difference between the two plants is the amount of each compound they contain. Cannabis contains more THC, and less CBD. Hemp contains more CBD and less THC.

Most importantly, the benefits of CBD do not change whether it is cannabis-derived CBD or hemp-derived CBD. Common side effects, such as an upset stomach, feeling tired, or feeling on edge, remain the same. This is because the chemical make-up of CBD does not depend on which plant it comes from. However, the amount of CBD available for extraction does depend on the source. Hemp plants contain far more CBD, making them the more lucrative option for manufacturers and the option with the least potential legal ramifications.

The main difference between hemp CBD and cannabis CBD is their legal status. According to the 2018 Farm Bill, products made from plants that meet the legal standards of hemp are legal across most of the USA, except three states. Products made from plants that have higher levels of THC are not legal under this statute. However, it is important to note that all CBD products must have less than 0.3% THC, so even those made from cannabis-derived CBD should contain less than this amount. The United States Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) consider any CBD products containing more than 0.3% THC as a Schedule I drug in states where the recreational use of cannabis is not legal.

Is CBD legal?

The legality of CBD depends on where it's sourced from. In the United States, the Farm Bill (2018) distinguished hemp plants and their cannabinoid compounds, including CBD, from marijuana plants, removing it from the list of controlled substances. 

All Kosher products are made from American-grown Farm-Bill-compliant hemp crops that are legal on a federal level. 

What are Delta 8 THC products ?

Delta 8 THC is a naturally occurring cannabinoid found in small traces in hemp plants. Our delta 8 products contain concentrated delta 8 THC extracted from the pesticide-free cannabis flower grown by Kosher CBDs. Delta 8 is an analog of delta 9 THC, meaning it provides similar therapeutic effects and benefits such as helping with pain, anxiety, nausea and sleep disorders. However, delta 8 does not produce the same level of psychoactive "high" as delta 9. Our full catalog of delta 8 products including gummies, vapes, tinctures and more are certified Kosher by reliable certification agencies. This Kosher certification verifies that all our delta 8 products comply with Jewish kosher dietary laws and regulations, meaning they can be safely consumed by those who keep Kosher.

What are Delta 9 THC products ?

Amounts of delta 9 THC that we carefully extract from legally grown weed flowers.

Now, delta 9 is the THC that gives you that "high" feeling. It also has therapeutic benefits that can help with pain, nausea, anxiety, and more. But it will get you buzzed, so keep that in mind.

The great news is all our delta 9 items like vapes, gummies, oils and more are certified Kosher. So our delta 9 treats follow all the Jewish dietary laws.

Our delta 9 products are totally Kosher. Anybody keeping Kosher can happily indulge in our delta 9 offerings without worrying about dietary regulations. You can enjoy that delta 9 experience with a kosher peace of mind!


- CBD is attracting considerable public interest because of its promise in treating various physical and mental health issues, even though there is no scientific evidence to prove these health claims.

- Hemp and cannabis are two different varieties of the C. sativa plant with hemp containing more CBD and minimal THC.  

- Most CBD products like tinctures, gummies, capsules, vapes are made from hemp plants as they contain far more CBD and almost no THC, which is the compound that creates the ‘high.’

- Individuals considering using CBD for physical or mental challenges should inform their doctors to make sure it does not interact with any medications they may be taking.

- The main difference between hemp CBD and cannabis CBD is legal standing.

Thank you for reading and stay tuned for Segment 2, in which we will look at how the cannabinoids contained within the plant get from the ground into a beautifully infused Kosher CBD edible.