Frequently Asked Questions

Looking for product-specific information or just have general questions about THC and cannabis? Check out our frequently asked questions below. If you can't find the answer you're looking for, feel free to reach out on our contact form.


I’ve never used cannabis. Will this get me high? 

Our products are formulated with organic, hemp-derived Delta-9 and other cannabinoids. Ours are low-dose formulas that will make you feel relaxed and in control, rather than high doses which can produce anxiety or paranoia.

What’s the difference between THC and CBD?

THC and CBD are both compounds found in the cannabis plant, but THC is psychoactive—meaning you can get high when you use it—while CBD is not. Both CBD and THC have great benefits, so all of our products has a special blend of each that’s tailored to the specific health or wellness need.

Is THC legal?

The 2018 Farm Bill legalized .3% of hemp-derived tetrahydrocannabinol, commonly known as Delta-9 THC. Many states have legalized marijuana, but our products are produced from hemp, making it legal in almost every state. Please check with your local and state government for specific statutes you may have in place regarding hemp-derived cannabinoids as these
change often.

Can I drive after using Jane?

We highly recommend using ride sharing, bicycles and walking if you are experiencing psychoactive effects of cannabis.  Our products are meant to be low-dose and will likely not affect your driving, but each user will have a different experience.

How does cannabis help with menopause symptoms?

Peri-menopause and menopause can give you hot flashes, night
sweats, insomnia, mood changes and irritability, low libido, and weight gain (sounds awesome, right?). THC can mimic Anandamide, an endocannabinoid that helps regulate body temperature, pain, pleasure and sleep. While most hot flashes are best treated with HRT (hormone replacement therapy), the most common triggers can be treated with cannabinoids. High stress and anxiety will often produce hot flashes, and low dose cannabis, like our Menopause Tincture, significantly reduces these symptoms.

Are there any medical studies to prove effectiveness of Cannabis and menopause?

Since cannabis has been prohibited for many years, few peer-reviewed studies exist, but this is quickly changing.  A Harvard-led survey, published in the journal Menopause, looked at patterns of cannabis use in 131 women in perimenopause, as well as 127 women who had passed through menopause. Nearly 79% endorsed it to alleviate menopause-related symptoms. Of those, 67% said cannabis helps with sleep disturbance, while 46% reported it helps improve mood
and anxiety. Check out our Menopause Tincture for relief.

How does cannabis help with side effects of chemotherapy?

According to the American Cancer Society, people who took marijuana extracts during cancer treatments tended to need less pain medicine. That’s why cannabis is becoming a common alternative to ease pain, nausea, and vomiting that can occur with chemotherapy. Jane’s Fuck Cancer Tincture is formulated to do just that with a special blend of THC, CBGA, and CBC.

Founder + CEO Michelle Courtright

Jane is an intensely personal project for me. In 2017 I was diagnosed with breast cancer, and started to use marijuana to help with pain and nausea that traditional medicine could not. Chemotherapy put me into early-onset menopause, so I used a
different combination of THC and CBD to treat the symptoms I was having including hot flashes, insomnia and irritability.

I am healthy and in full remission now and enjoy a 2.5mg gummy almost daily to help with creativity and connection.

My goal is to educate women on micro-dosing cannabis and learn how it can help you regulate stress, have a better sexual experience, more restorative sleep and connect with those you love.


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