About Us


Welcome to CBDepot

Welcome to CBDepot, your partner in wellness for you and your pets in Fort Collins, Loveland, and Estes Park. Our goal is to provide you with the highest quality, and most diverse options of hemp derived products in a comfortable setting. We focus on one-on-one interaction to ensure we find the best products for your individual needs. At all of our convenient locations, our knowledgeable and attentive staff are available to answer any questions you may have, and will offer a variety of options tailored to achieve optimal health for your mind and body. We look forward to meeting you, and to helping you find the best possible hemp derived products. Please feel free to bring your furry friends, they are always welcome!


Frequently Asked Questions

What is CBD

CBD is short for cannabidiol, which is a naturally occurring chemical in the cannabis plant. Unlike its counterpart THC, it is not psychoactive and will not get you high.

Will CBD get me high?

CBD will not get get you high. By isolating the CBD, it removes the molecules (THC) that could produce euphoric and psychoactive effects.

What is the difference between hemp and CBD?

The cannabis plant has two primary species; hemp and marijuana. Both contain CBD, but there’s a much higher percentage of CBD in the hemp plant, which also has a very low level (less than .3%) of THC compared to marijuana. Hemp oil itself does not contain CBD or THC, and is extracted from seeds of the hemp plant, which are high in healthy fats and have been used in beauty products and cooking oils for years.

What are the benefits of taking CBD?

While scientists are still studying the efficacy of CBD for many ailments, no official information has been released. Customers that come into our store have reported having a great deal of relief from pain, inflammation, anxiety, and many other ailments. We encourage you to do your own research on the success stories people have from using CBD

What is the best way to take CBD?

There are a variety of different ways to ingest CBD including consuming a tincture, edible, smoking a vape pen, or applying topically. The right method for you will depend on your goals. The biggest difference between consumption methods is the speed of delivery and how fast the effects last. It’s best to consult with one of our staff members to decide what the best method will be for you.

What should I look for when shopping for CBD products?

It’s important to find a high quality product, and at CBDepot we carry only the highest quality products. You’ll want to make sure any product you buy is 3rd party tested. You should also ask to see the testing to ensure there are no harmful chemicals, and that there is not more THC than the FDA currently allows. Rest assured that anything you buy from us, meets these most important standards.

How much CBD should I take?

This will be subjective bases on your desired result. Most companies have a recommended dose on their label, and we suggest starting there. Everyone’s system is different, and you may need to take more or less than the recommended dose. Please speak directly with an employee to help you find the range of dosing that’s right for you.

Can I travel with CBD?

The 2018 Farm Bill made it federally legal to grow and possess hemp. It is up to each state on how they handle this policy. Here’s a great resource by Americans for Safe Access to find out where your state stands - https://www.safeaccessnow.org/state_and_federal_law

Can you ship CBD?

Yes! We can ship to all 50 states. Applicable shipping fees apply.

Will CBD show up on a drug test?

There is a small chance, if the CBD you are taking has not been tested by a 3rd party, your CBD could contain a slight amount of THC. To ensure you aren’t getting any trace amounts in your system, ask our staff about products that have had a full THC removal. Better safe than sorry.


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These products have not yet been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent disease.

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