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What are the Benefits of CBD Oil
Recently, scientists have been conducting a multitude of studies in order to determine the various properties and characteristics of individual phytocannabinoids, with a particular emphasis on CBD. So, what are the benefits and uses of CBD?
CBD Drug Interactions
This topic is essential to cover in great detail because so many people are taking prescription drugs and don’t know what should not be taken with CBD.
Are There Side Effects to CBD Oils, Pills, or Gummies?
CBD is considered to have a very high safety profile, but like any substance with the ability to change brain chemistry, its use can result in potential side effects.
Will CBD Get You High?
Does CBD oil get you high? The short answer is, no! Unfortunately, CBD suffers from the stigma of being associated with commercial marijuana that can cause people who ingest it to experience intoxicating symptoms.
Broad Spectrum CBD Oil
Hemp derived products are typically placed into several different categories, including isolate, full spectrum, and broad spectrum CBD oil.
What is Delta-8 and Delta-9 THC?
The most distinguishing characteristic between Delta 8 and Delta 9 is the CB1 and CB2 receptors they bind with. But there is much more to it…
Best 4 Methods to Make Hemp Extract
The best methods to make hemp extract are cold press, steam distillation, solvent extraction and CO2 extraction. Learn more
Do CBD Products Contain THC?
Do CBD products contain THC? The short answer is, yes! The majority of our products are made with a CBD-rich, full spectrum hemp extract that does contain 0.3% or less of THC.
What Are Hemp Terpenes?
So your researching terpenes in hemp? What are hemp terpenes? Terpenes are organic compounds which help to determine the aromatic attributes of many different kinds of plants. Hemp plants are particularly known for having a higher concentration of terpenes, which can...
Hemp History in the United States
Hemp History A great way to commemorate the celebration of Independence Day is learning about the pivotal role that hemp has played in shaping the foundation of this country. While many people may not know much about hemp history in the United States, its cultivation...
Hemp: The Most Versatile Crop in the World
Hemp: The Most Versatile Crop Humans have an extensive history with hemp, in part because we have been harvesting it for thousands of years. It was very likely our first agricultural crop, with evidence of its textile use spanning back to 8,000 BC. Hemp is a variety...
What are the Cannabinoids in Hemp?
When looking at cannabinoids in hemp, CBD is the most prominent phytocannabinoid, and the most well known. CBG is key because it binds with CB1 & CB2 receptors.
Full Spectrum vs CBD Isolate
Full Spectrum vs CBD Isolate When it comes to choosing a CBD product, there are many factors to consider. Do you want capsules? A Tincture? A topical cream? Flavoring? Additional terpenes? How much CBD is the product? Most importantly, how was the CBD derived, and...
How To Spot Fake CBD
Fake CBD Found in Marketplaces Online When trying something new, the first thing many consumers will do is browse through an online marketplace, like Amazon -- it’s an easy way to learn more information and compare products, as well as find the best deal. Now that the...
Does Topical CBD Really Work?
Topical CBD has Become a Popular Product Cannabidiol, or CBD, has quickly become one of the most popular supplements for the health and wellness industry, which has led to an explosion of new products on the market. Up until recently, the majority of CBD products were...
How to Use CBD
Popular Ways to Use CBD There are many different ways a person can take CBD -- hemp extract can be used to produce a variety of products, including tinctures, capsules, vape additives, edibles, drinks, and topicals. These methods may have different advantages that...
Difference Between Marijuana and Hemp?
While they are both cannabis, the Farm Bill established that the primary way to differentiate hemp and marijuana was through its THC content. In order for cannabis to be legally classified as hemp, it must contain under 0.3% THC.
What is CBD?
CBD, or cannabidiol, is a prominent compound of the cannabis plant, known as a phytocannabinoid. We’ll explain in great detail here.