At Rebel Chef, we like to say that how much CBD one might need in every dose depends on the person. Everyone’s bodies and tolerance levels are all different. So it is always best to see what dose works for YOU, especially with our edibles and tinctures. Plus, it depends on what you are using CBD for. Is it for sleep, relaxation, staying focused, internal pain, or internal inflammation? To stay focused during the day, one should start with a smaller milligram amount, say around 5-10 milligrams. If you want something for sleep, that milligram amount should be increased to at least 20 milligrams. Remember always to use it at home first so that you know how it is working for you.

At Rebel Chef, we unfortunately do not grow our plants, but we personally know all of our sources. Different types of CBD can be used: Full spectrum, Broad Spectrum, and Isolate.

Full Spectrum is straight from the plant and is not altered; thus, it has small amounts of Delta 9 THC and all other minor cannabinoids in the plant.

Broad Spectrum has the Delta 9 THC removed but has some of the other minor cannabinoids.

CBD Isolate only has one cannabinoid, and that is CBD.

At Rebel Chef, we only believe in using the full spectrum since it has all the minor cannabinoids that can benefit us.  For our caramels, we use hemp flowers. For our sweet salsa, we use rosin. We use CBD full spectrum hemp oil for the rest of our products.


Our CBD comes from reliable sources with which the chef has a personal relationship.  The flower for our caramels comes from 4K Pharms near Austin. The rosin for our sweet salsa comes from PowerBiopharms in Euless. The full spectrum CBD oil for the rest of our products comes from Frosty’s Extracts in California. All three companies grow their plants, so they know how it is grown.

All CBD products may only contain 0.3% of Delta 9 THC per gram of dry weight. All of our products all fall in that category. All of Rebel Chef products have less than that 0.3% of Delta 9 THC.

At Rebel Chef, we want all of our products tested, so we send each batch we make to the lab with for 3rd party lab testing. We also have to ensure that the hemp flower, rosin, and full-spectrum oil are lab-tested by a 3rd party.

At Rebel Chef, we believe in keeping our products all-natural since we are making alternative medicine for you. Delta 8 and Delta 9 are both natural cannabinoids in the hemp plant, but to make those two cannabinoids, they undergo a chemical reaction to convert CBD to those two cannabinoids. Plus, we have heard of more people having negative experiences using the hemp plant’s Delta 8 and Delta 9 products. When Texas goes legal with regular cannabis, we will undoubtedly make those products.

The answer to this question is yes. CBD can show up on a drug screen since it is a cannabinoid.