FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Is it possible to pay for an order with Visa and MasterCard payment cards?

Yes, if you are able to use pin debit.

Can I return the product after purchase?

Please review our Return policy tab found on the bottom of this page.

How do I use a promotional code?

Put the code in at Check-out. It will automatically be applied.

What if the prepaid goods are not received?

Please send us an email to admin@thegoodzen.com with your name and order number and we will track the order and notify you of the result.

Where and how can I exchange or refund?

Unfortunately, all sales are final. Ingestible items are not safe to return. You may not return items that were delivered. Please see the different policy tabs on the bottom of this page. 

How to choose the right edibles?

Get it from The Good Zen!

Can we ship?

Yes. It’s all about that product. All of our products are made from State legal Products. In accordance with the 2018 Farm Bill, it is legal to produce hemp-derived Delta-9 THC that does not exceed 0.3% by dry weight.

Can you ship to my state?

We can ship to most states, with the exception of Idaho, Kentucky, Hawaii, Louisiana, South Dakota, North Dakota and Utah.

Am I going to feel stoned?

The Good Zen products are designed to provide a delightful and subtly euphoric experience, avoiding the sensation of feeling "stoned" commonly associated with traditional products. Our meticulously crafted items offer a gentle and pleasurable lift, ensuring a relaxed and enjoyable experience. As a precaution, we advise exercising care when trying a new product for the first time, allowing you to gauge how your body responds to it.

What’s the difference between hemp-derived products and recreational cannabis?

The distinction between hemp-derived products and recreational cannabis lies mainly in their THC content and legal status. Hemp products, containing 0.3% THC or less on a dry weight basis, are federally legal thanks to the 2018 Farm Bill. This legislation reclassified hemp from a controlled substance to an agricultural commodity. In contrast, recreational cannabis generally possesses higher THC levels and is subject to state-specific regulations. It's important to note that all products from The Good Zen are within State of Minnesota's limits.

What is CBD?

CBD is a chemical found in marijuana. CBD doesn't contain tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the psychoactive ingredient found in marijuana that produces a high. The usual CBD formulation is oil, but CBD is also sold as an extract, a vaporized liquid and an oil-based capsule. Food, drinks and beauty products are among the many CBD-infused products available online.

Is CBD good for Anxiety?

From an article on Medical News Today found here:

Much of the research on cannabis products has looked at the use of marijuana rather than at CBD oil as a standalone product.

Some studies have found that cannabis might help anxiety. Others suggest that having anxiety is a risk factor for recreational marijuana use, or that using marijuana can make a person more vulnerable to anxiety.

People interested in managing their anxiety with CBD oil should look exclusively at research on cannabidiol, not generalized studies of medical marijuana. Although there are fewer studies on cannabidiol specifically, the preliminary research is promising.

A small 2010 study found that cannabidiol could reduce symptoms of social anxiety in people with social anxiety disorder (SAD). Brain scans of participants revealed changes in blood flow to the regions of the brain linked to feelings of anxiety.

In this study, cannabidiol not only made participants feel better but also changed the way their brains responded to anxiety.

A 2011 study also found that cannabidiol could reduce social anxiety. For that study, researchers looked specifically at cannabidiol to treat anxiety associated with public speaking.

Research published in 2014 found that CBD oil had anti-anxiety and antidepressant effects in an animal model.

A 2015 analysis of previous studies concluded that CBD oil is a promising treatment for numerous forms of anxiety, including social anxiety disorder, panic disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, and post-traumatic stress disorder.

The report cautioned, however, that data on long-term use of CBD oil is limited. While research strongly points to the role of cannabidiol in treating short-term anxiety, little is known about its long-term effects, or how it can be used as a prolonged treatment.

A 2016 case study explored whether cannabidiol could reduce symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and anxiety-provoked sleep disorder in a child with a history of trauma. Researchers found that cannabidiol reduced the child’s anxiety and helped her sleep