CBD Hemp Kief

Sifted for pure trichomes, CBD Hemp Kief is great for bowls, joints, and edibles.

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Our CBD Oil business specializes in helping our customers achieve the pain, stress anxiety relief they are looking to achieve. Our large selection of CBD Oils, Vapes, Flower, and CBD Bath and Body products provide the best Holistic, non-addicting products for maximum relief.


CBD Sublingual Oils

Our CBD Sublingual Oils is vital in helping repair and relax your skin, with one easy application.



CBD Body Lotion

Our CBD Body Lotion is neccessary to keep your skin looking healthy and glowing all day long.



CBD Vape Juice

Our CBD Vape Juices are easily accessible and a calming additive to any health or skin care routine.



CBD Bath Bomb Powder

Our CBD Bath Bomb is a serious boost in bathing relaxation, infusing water and oils.



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CBD Oils, Body Creams, Body Wash, Scrubs and Vape

Products come in many flavors and strengths. We are here to help you choose which works best for YOU.

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You won’t find a better selection of CBD products for a lower price anywhere in Knoxville! Here at Walkup Too Wellness, we offer natural solutions to help you mitigate pain, stress, anxiety, and more, with our CBD oils and products!

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Feel Better

You’ll have more energy, and you’ll find yourself feeling healthier and renewed from the inside out—from your skin to your mood to your overall well-being. If you’re experiencing aches, pains, anxiety, digestive issues, or other ailments, please stop in and ask how our CBD infused items can help.

Why Choose Us?

Our goal is to help you feel better than ever. Unlike other CBD stores, ours provides you with a huge range of products—from bath bombs to body wash to oils and even vape juice. Our specialized selection helps you feel calm and at ease, whether you’re relaxing in the bath or enjoying your oils outside!

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  • Smoking Cessation

  • Drug Withdrawal

  • Treating Seizures and Epilepsy

  • Reduce Some Effects of Dementia

  • Tumor Shrinkage

  • Diabetes / A1C

  • Fibromyalgia - Drastic pain relief with increased energy

  • Reduce Pain - by binding to CB1 receptors and reducing swelling.

  • Reduce Social Anxiety - Cognitive Impairment and Discomfort In Patients with General Social Anxiety Disorder (SAD).

  • Combats Neurodegenerative Disorders like Alzheimer's by removing plaque that blocks neuron- signaling.

  • Improves Sleep Quality and Duration

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4802 Asheville Hwy

Knoxville, TN 37914


(865) 249-8504


How does CBD oil work?


Receptors for cannabinoids are found in the digestive, reproductive, nervous, and immune systems. Because cannabinoids interact with almost every system in our bodies, they’re often touted as a cure-all. While they’re not truly able to heal everything, they do regulate neurotransmitter function, inflammation, mitochondrial function, and metabolism.


Can I get high on CBD?


CBD is an entirely different compound from THC, and its effects are very complex. It is not psychoactive, meaning it does not produce a "high" or change a person's state of mind, but it influences the body to use its own endocannabinoids more effectively.


What's the dosage of a CBD oil? 


The FDA does not regulate CBD for most conditions. As a result, dosages are currently open to interpretation, and people should treat them with caution. Anyone who wishes to use CBD should first speak to a doctor about whether it is a good idea, and how much to take. The FDA recently approved a purified form of CBD for some types of epilepsy, with the brand name Epidiolex. If you are using this medication, be sure to follow the doctor's advice about doses.


What time should I take CBD?


Many people prefer to take their CBD first thing in the morning, along with other supplements/medications and with their coffee and breakfast. But not everyone feels this way, and some would rather take CBD in the evening with dinner or right before bed. For the most part, it boils down to what is easiest to remember and what time is the most beneficial for each person. Some people feel energized and alert when they take CBD, so taking it first thing in the morning makes sense. Others prefer to take it a few hours later when their afternoon exhaustion starts to kick in, giving them an extra boost to make it through the day. On the other hand, some people report feeling relaxed and sleepy after taking CBD, so in those cases, it would best be taken in the evening or before bedtime.


Are there any side effects of CBD oil?


Consult a doctor before using CBD, as it may interact with certain over-the-counter dietary supplements and medicines, as well as some prescription medications — especially those that warn against consuming grapefruit. CBD might also interfere with an enzyme called cytochrome P450 complex. This disruption can affect the liver's ability to break down toxins, increasing the risk of liver toxicity.


Is it legal to use?


It is a legal supplement to use. While there are many emerging studies showing signs of CBD’s health benefits, research is limited on its long-term effects. If you try a CBD oil and start to see unpleasant side effects, stop taking it and see your doctor immediately. At the end of the day, CBD oil is a supplement and should be used as part of an overall healthy lifestyle.


Cannabis containing 0.3 percent or less of THC is hemp. Although last year’s Farm Bill legalized hemp under federal law, it also preserved the Food and Drug Administration’s oversight of products derived from cannabis.


What’s the process of making CBD oil? 

Similar to other herbal extracts, the chemicals in cannabis oils vary depending on how the extract is made and what chemicals were in the plant, to begin with. Cannabis plants produce thousands of compounds but the most well recognized belong to a class called cannabinoids. There are several cannabinoids but the two that are most well-known among consumers are THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) and CBD (cannabidiol).


Different cannabis plants — often called hemp or marijuana — contain different levels of chemical compounds. How people breed the plant affects the CBD levels. Most CBD oil comes from industrial hemp, which usually has a higher CBD content than marijuana. Makers of CBD oil use different methods to extract the compound. The extract is then added to a carrier oil and called CBD oil. CBD oil comes in many different strengths, and people use it in various ways. It is best to discuss CBD oil with a doctor before using it.


Can I put it in food?


The simple answer is yes! Infusing CBD oil in food is becoming common practice, but you need to make sure you are adding it in the correct way to ensure the benefits remain the same. There are a few things to consider when you add CBD oil to food, according to CBD Trust a familiar website associated with the matter.


What happens if my pets ingest the CBD oil? 


Yes! CBD oil for dogs is a natural substance that works with the body so it is very safe! This being said there is still a possibility of overdosing which can lead to illness related to vomiting and diarrhea. The amount needed to overdose is very high so this is a very rare occurrence. Some dogs do not react well to the substance as well and could suffer from symptoms similar to allergic reactions. If your dog reacts poorly to CBD you should seek assistance from your veterinarian immediately.


Does CBD oil work for chronic pain management?


Researchers compiled the results of multiple systematic reviews covering dozens of trials and studies. Their research concluded that there is substantial evidence that cannabis is an effective treatment for chronic pain in adults. While many studies have suggested CBD oil is helpful for pain, more research is necessary, especially in long-term studies with human subjects. However, CBD oil does show a lot of potential for pain relief. Anecdotal evidence suggests that it can be used to help manage chronic pain in many cases. CBD oil is especially promising due to its lack of intoxicating effects and possible lower potential for side effects than many other pain medications. People should discuss CBD oil with their doctor if they are considering using it for the first time. For example, CBD stops the body from absorbing anandamide, a compound associated with regulating pain. So, increased levels of anandamide in the bloodstream may reduce the amount of pain a person feels. Cannabidiol may also limit inflammation in the brain and nervous system, which may benefit people experiencing pain, insomnia, and certain immune-system responses.

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