Kosher CBD FAQs
FAQs - Kosher CBD
What is Kosher?
The term Kosher refers to the consumable foods & beverages deemed acceptable under orthodox Jewish law. Only foods that are deemed kosher can be, 'permitted to be eaten and can be used as ingredients'.
What is Kosher CBD?
CBD oil in most forms may already be kosher. Without a Kosher Authority performing an inspection, there is no way to be sure that the CBD product is 100% kosher. We are certified by the OK.
For example, it's possible that equipment used in creating the CBD oil may have come into contact with animal byproducts that don't meet kosher standards, ultimately compromising the CBD's kosher status.
Do CBD products need to be Kosher certified?
Yes, as all items that fall into the fruits, vegetables, and grains products (which includes hemp/cannabis) categories must not any contain insects or insect larvae contaminants. All forms of insects are explicitly non-kosher.
Which Kosher certification does Kosher CBD have?
Kosher CBD is certified Kosher by the OK. Kosher certification