Frequently Asked Questions 

What does Sababa mean, anyways?

Sababa is not only a way in Hebrew (or Arabic and English) to say "all good" or "no problem", Sababa is in many ways a state of being. To Be Sababa is to be alright, to be relaxed, or to be content. When something is Sababa, it does not carry turbulence, and when you are Sababa turbulence does not faze you. To read more, you can check out an entire blog post about the word Sababa, click here

What is BeSababa all about?

In line with the meaning of Sababa, we are here to provide products that support well-being, relaxation, stress reduction, and fun. Whether you use our bath bombs, scented candles or hemp products, your happiness is our priority. If YOU can BE Sababa, we achieved our goal of making you feel good!


What is CBD?

CBD (short for Cannabidiol) is a chemical compound that is extracted from the hemp plant and used for its health benefits. It is naturally occurring and different from THC (delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol) because it is not psychoactive. 


What is CBD Oil?

CBD oil is the oil form of naturally occurring cannabidiol compound found in hemp plants. So, while CBD is just the chemical compound, CBD oil is the tangible product that can be used for health benefits. 


Is CBD the same as marijuana/weed and will it get me high?

Short answer: no.

CBD is a non-psychoactive compound that comes from the hemp plant. Although they come from the same sort of plant, CBD and THC are different chemical compounds and therefore will affect people differently. CBD does not give the high that THC containing marijuana or weed does. 


Is CBD legal?

Short answer: yes.

CBD is legal on a federal level, but there are some states that do not legally allow CBD products. A guide with useful information on legality of CBD in The USA can be found here.


Will CBD cause me to fail a drug test?

While our products are strictly CBD and do not contain any significant amounts of THC, the sensitivity of the test may show trace amounts of THC. However that amount would not be felt by the user and is not a significant figure. 


How should I take CBD?

Depends. We currently offer three methods of use, but the applications of those methods are seemingly endless. For example, CBD oil can be mixed and added to many different products or edible items for usage.


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