I'm Rachel Kemp and I am so glad that you are here! Feel free to browse around my site and ask me any questions about organic cbd and how it works with your body. Here at LTBL we love to lead with education and equip you with the tools to live a blissful life.


I feel that happiness comes from within and taking care of ourselves mentally, physically, emotionally, and spiritually, we can then show up as our best self for others.  No matter what curve ball life has thrown at you, you my friend are in control of what you feed your mind, body & soul.

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What is CBD?

Part of the Cannabis family, Hemp is made up of over 140 different cannabinoids, as well as terpenes, flavonoids, fatty acids, and more. According to the 2018 Farm Bill, hemp is legally required to contain no more than 0.3% THC. Compliance with this law assures that legally grown hemp products do not contain enough THC to have psychoactive properties.


CBD & Hemp

Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of over 140 different cannabinoids found in the cannabis plant. Cannabinoids are the naturally occurring, biologically active components specific to the cannabis plant. Other common cannabinoids include THC, CBG, CBN, etc. CBD has been proven to be non-addictive, safe, and has many health implications. It has generated a lot of buzz for good reason. This is due to an ever increasing amount of data on how it works, why it works, and the benefits many have experienced specific to their health and wellness. Given all of this, it is important to gain an understanding on the details of this amazing cannabinoid.

As of December 20, 2018, the U.S. Farm Bill made CBD, derived from hemp, legal. This was long overdue on what may be the most versatile plant on earth. The cannabis plant has over 50,000 usages aside from its health benefits from bioplastics, biofuel, nutrition, textiles, clothing, and shoes, just to mention a few.

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In getting to know this amazing plant, the nomenclature involved can be confusing. So, let us take a deeper dive. Cannabis is a very diverse plant that can be split into thousands of different categories, strains, and species. You will hear the words cannabis, marijuana and hemp discussed frequently. The hemp species Cannabis Sativa L, commonly referred to as marijuana, is the form of cannabis with high THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) content. THC is the cannabinoid that is best known for its intoxicating or “high”. It has its own health benefits but that is for another discussion. At Green Compass, we focus on CBD that is derived from the hemp.

CBD derived from hemp, defined as THC content less than 0.3% is federally legal in the entire U.S. The research dating back to the 1990s has shown CBD to have some pretty amazing health and wellness benefits. Anecdotal reports from people that have tried CBD as well as from medical specialists have shown CBD to offer benefits with a wide range of issues. CBD has been shown to aid in the sleep cycle, mood, and inflammation associated with physical activity. Researchers have studied and found many other health benefits and the number of studies has exploded in recent years.

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