What is Flow Lite?
Our vegan friendly capsules contain CBD, Turmeric, and Ginger in a proprietary blend specially formulated and accurately dosed to help relieve cramps, pms, and bloating
Maxine Morgan's CBD ingredients are sourced from farms in the USA, CO2 extracted and Third Party Tested to ensure 99.8% Pure CBD, and less than 0.3% THC. Our pharmacist-formulated blends are produced in FDA registered and GMP Certified facilities. Feel confident knowing Maxine Morgan is safe and accurately blended to help fight against menstrual cramps.
How do I take Flow Lite?
Orally consume 2 capsules with a full glass of water once menstrual cycle symptoms arise. If you continue to experience severe cramps and other symptoms it is safe to consume a max of 3 capsules a day.
If you prefer to open the capsule and mix the ingredients with a beverage that will work just as fine.
Is Flow Lite right for me?
Flow doesn't contain hormones or toxic ingredients and is a safe alternative to traditional readily available methods to relieve your menstrual cramps. Always consult with primary care physician to see if Maxine Morgan is right for you..
Always consult with primary care physician to see if Maxine Morgan is right for you.
How does Flow Lite work?
Flow is a botanical blend with natural anti-inflammatory's that show promising results at easing common menstrual cycle symptoms.
Take 2 capsules once you start feeling your period symptoms. Our formula absorbs quickly and you should feel relief within 20-30 minutes.
Would I still need to take other medications with Maxine Morgan?
Maxine Morgan is not intended for you to stop taking other medications. You should always speak with your primary care physician to see if Maxine Morgan is right for you. Maxine Morgan is not a contraceptive, it's purely another option of relief from menstrual pains.
Maxine Morgan Clinical Trials
Maxine Morgan will be conducting clinical trials on the effectiveness of CBD for menstrual symptom relief. Once our research is completed we will share results on our website.
Has the FDA approved any medical products containing cannabis or cannabis-derived compounds such as CBD?
To date, the agency has not approved a marketing application for cannabis for the treatment of any disease or condition.
Why hasn’t the FDA approved more products containing cannabis or cannabis-derived compounds for medical uses?
To date, FDA has not approved a marketing application for cannabis for the treatment of any disease or condition and thus has not determined that cannabis is safe and effective for any particular disease or condition.
FDA relies scientific investigators to conduct research.
The study of cannabis and cannabis-derived compounds in clinical trial settings is needed to assess the safety and effectiveness of these substances for the treatment of any disease or condition.
Can CBD products be sold as dietary supplements?
Maxine Morgan is not considered a dietary supplement. Generally, the notification must include information demonstrating that a dietary supplement containing the new dietary ingredient will reasonably be expected to be safe under the conditions of use recommended or suggested in the labeling. A dietary supplement is adulterated if it contains a new dietary ingredient for which there is inadequate information to provide reasonable assurance that the ingredient does not present a significant or unreasonable risk of illness or injury.
What is Hemp (CBD < 0.3% THC)?
The 2018 Farm Bill defines “hemp” as any part or derivative of the Cannabis sativa L. plant containing less than 0.3 percent tetrahydrocannabinol (“THC”) by weight. This definition includes hemp plants that produce the concentrated liquid extract known as cannabidiol (or CBD) oil. CBD oil has rapidly gained traction through recent years as a wellness product and is now legal in numerous states.
2018 Farm Bill
The 2018 Farm Bill is the first piece of federal legislation legalizing hemp and removing its Drug Enforcement Administration (“DEA”) Schedule I controlled substance designation. While the 2014 Farm Bill permitted research on industrial hemp under narrow circumstances, the 2018 Farm Bill significantly broadens these allowances and legalizes hemp cultivation in accordance with certain regulations. The 2018 Farm Bill also amends the Controlled Substances Act of 1970 (“CSA”) by declassifying hemp as a Schedule I controlled substance and shifting its supervision from the DEA to the United States Department of Agriculture (“USDA”). Under the CSA, Schedule I substances receive the DEA’s strictest form of regulatory treatment and are the only category that cannot be prescribed by a physician. Hemp is now excluded from this designation.
Who Regulates CBD?
The FDA continues to regulate cannabis products under the FD&C Act despite hemp’s removal from the Controlled Substance Act of 1970. This means that any cannabis product marketed with a therapeutic claim, whether derived from hemp or otherwise, must receive FDA approval before it can be sold.