RESTART CBD is an Austin-based brand founded by two sisters — Shayda & Sydney Torabi.
Local Sister Owned
- Behind the Brand.
- Our Story – Born & Raised in Austin. RESTART CBD was founded in 2018, however, we’ve been hand-crafting and personally using CBD products locally since 2016.
- What Makes RESTART CBD Different
- Our CBD. Your Health!
- Two Sisters Light up the Cannabis Scene
- Five Things to Know Before you Buy CBD
- Follow us @restartcbd @withshayda @spinsyddy
- Hemp & CBD Product Notice:
- All of our products containing CBD are made from industrial grade hemp.
- Hemp and CBD work with the body’s endocannabinoid system.
- Most CBD hemp oil contains <0.3% THC. While this is the legal limit in Texas and many drug tests can distinguish the difference between CBD and THC, not all drug tests separate between CBD and THC on test results.
- RESTART CBD’s Signature Line including Replenish, Relax, Recover, Repair, Remedy contain no THC. Other products may contain <0.3% THC.
- WARNING: If you suspect that you will be drug tested, please contact your employer/doctor/parole officer/etc. prior to using hemp or CBD Products.
13 Things You Should Know Before We Get Started
Quick Overview of CBD
The Demand for CBD
Use CBD Consistently
Used consistently, CBD may prevent and manage ailments. All in all, it takes about 3-4 months for your body to reach a healthy new equilibrium.
Its effects, however, assume regular use at an effective serving.
You can consume CBD in different forms that fit your lifestyle.
- For consumers that are new to CBD oils RESTART CBD offers sublingual oils that start at 20mg per mL and go up to 120mg per mL. RESTART CBD Oils use C02 extraction, they are NOT tinctures that use alcohol extraction.
- CBD Gel capsules are available from 10mg to 50mg per capsule.
- CBD-infused edibles, CBD gummies, mints, gum, lollipops, snacks and beverages are also available.
- CBD Topicals, including roll-ons, salves, creams and healing oils.
- High strength CBD hemp flower and vape products.
Hemp Compliance & Overview
Archaeologists found remnants of hemp fabric dating back to 8,000 BC from ancient Mesopotamia.
Hemp was one of the first domestically-cultivated plants for textile fiber and has many applications, including paper, textiles, biodegradable plastics, construction, health food, and fuel.
Hemp can generate as much paper a year as four acres of trees.
Due to hemp’s deep roots, it can grow easily in many different types of soil and environments. The roots help hold the soil together, which prevents soil erosion. Furthermore, hemp increases the microbial content of the soil, so after harvesting, the plants can be returned to the soil to rejuvenate it for a more abundant yield.
Besides soil health, hemp can be used to create durable, clean plastics.
Plastic made from hemp is biodegradable and non-toxic. Hempcrete is another substantial product made from hemp, which is used for structural buildings and is fully recyclable, pest resistant, and strong.
Not only is hemp used for buildings, but also for fuel.
Oil from hemp seed can be converted to biodiesel at a 97 percent efficiency rate and burns at a lower temperature than any other biofuel. Hemp has such a high carbon-dioxide uptake that it creates carbon sequestration, which means it can capture emissions. Hemp is an amazing, versatile plant with many benefits beyond healing the human body — it heals the earth.