Does CBD Get You High?

Posted On: Dec 19, 2019

The passage of the Farm Bill facilitated the legal purchase of hemp and hemp-derived products such as CBD. Under the letter of this new law, hemp or hemp-based products must contain no more than 0.3% THC content. As such, full spectrum CBD products – which contain CBD, other cannabinoids and a trace, legal amount of THC – have gained extraordinary popularity. Of course, the primary reason why is that end-users can have their cake and eat it too. With full spectrum products, botanical enthusi...

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What Is Cannabidiol?

Posted On: Dec 10, 2019

As the name suggests, cannabidiol is a derivative of the cannabis sativa plant. Specifically, CBD is a cannabinoid, or chemical compound of cannabis. Currently, scientists have identified 113 cannabinoids, of which CBD is one. Inarguably, the most commonly discussed cannabinoid is the notorious tetrahydrocannabinol or THC for short. This is perhaps the easiest component to discuss about the organic nature of CBD. From here on out, much confusion reigns, which has contributed in limiting the ...

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What Are Terpenes?

Posted On: Dec 01, 2019

What exactly are terpenes? Within the cannabis plant reside multiple organic compounds. The most familiar of these are cannabinoids, such as cannabidiol (CBD) or tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the psychoactive catalyst of marijuana. In a similar vein, terpenes represent a category of organic compounds that greatly modulate or enhance the experience of cannabis-based products and therapies. Specifically, terpenes are aromatic compounds. Essentially, they imbue various cannabis strains with their...

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CBD Versus THC: What’s the Difference?

Posted On: Nov 16, 2019

Arguably, for most newcomers to the botanical industry, they funnel the complex narrative behind CBD and THC into a binary deduction: cannabidiol is legal and tetrahydrocannabinol is illegal. While largely true – bear in mind, nuances have their own nuances in this industry – in practice, this picture has multiple shades of gray. Primarily, this is because CBD and THC are mostly the same thing. Scientifically, both are classified as cannabinoids, or naturally occurring organic compounds that...

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What is CBD?

Posted On: Nov 06, 2019

For decades, a growing body of evidence pointed to the efficacy of cannabis-based therapies in addressing various symptoms and conditions. In recent years, individual states began passing favorable botanical legislation. But with the landmark 2018 Farm Bill, the new measure legalized the purchase and consumption of industrial hemp and hemp-derived products such as cannabidiol or CBD. But what is CBD? Part of a collection of cannabis-exclusive molecules known as cannabinoids, CBD is the secon...

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Common Cannabinoids Found In Full Spectrum CBD

Posted On: Nov 01, 2019

The term full spectrum CBD describes a hemp derivative that contains CBD and several other cannabinoids. Manufacturers can gear their CBD products for specific responses based on their cannabinoid choices. This is possible because not all cannabinoids impart the same response – for instance, some express relaxing qualities while others have “pick-me-up” attributes. Here we list and define some of the most common cannabinoids found in Full Spectrum CBD.

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Will CBD Show On A Drug Test?

Posted On: Oct 31, 2019

Once a fringe and stigmatized black market, hemp-derived therapies such as cannabidiol (CBD) have captured mainstream attention. Better yet, as growing public awareness and education initiatives have gained momentum, politicians across the ideological spectrum have realized the extraordinary benefits of a robust and controlled cannabis market. A major reason why cannabidiol has recently met increasing approval from social and political influencers is due to the intricacies of its botanical st...

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What Are CBD Gummies?

Posted On: Sep 02, 2019

CBD gummies are classic confectionary delights that are infused with cannabidiol, which is an organic compound of the cannabis sativa plant called a cannabinoid. Within the sativa plant are multiple cannabinoids – modern science has so far uncovered over 100 of these compounds. Despite what you might initially think, CBD gummies come in various forms. And while most of these format distinctions are inconsequential to your enjoyment and received benefits of cannabidiol, you’ll want to be awar...

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Where Do The 2020 Presidential Candidates Stand On Cannabis?

Posted On: Sep 01, 2019

Although several core issues reign supreme, cannabis legalization and decriminalization has rapidly evolved into an important ancillary topic.  We’ve put together a comprehensive list of leading candidates from the Democratic, Republican and Independent parties. We hope that you can reference this guide to make informed choices if botanical freedoms ranks highly in your voting preference.

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Isolate Versus Full Spectrum CBD: What’s the Difference?

Posted On: Aug 12, 2019

Dig into the cannabidiol world, and you’ll invariably hear the terms “isolate” or “full spectrum.” But what do these terms mean, and how do they impact the end-user’s experience? Let’s start by defining the descriptions in question, which focus on the amount of THC found within a CBD-based product. Full spectrum references cannabidiol with a trace amount of THC, legally defined as 0.3% or less. CBD isolate, on the other hand, is pure, isolated cannabidiol – this variant has 0% THC. Immediate...

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What Is a CBD Tincture?

Posted On: Jul 29, 2019

Tinctures are liquid-form hemp- or CBD-based therapies that contain a concentrated, potent dose of cannabinoid(s). These are naturally occurring, organic compounds found within the underlying cannabis genus. The most common cannabinoids are cannabidiol (CBD) and tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the latter being the compound responsible for marijuana’s psychoactive effects. Almost always, tinctures are packaged in small bottles (usually glass), with droppers that also act as top caps. To use a tin...

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CBD Oil for Pain

Posted On: Jul 12, 2019

Unlike recreational weed, therapeutic uses of the plant opens doors to previously unimaginable markets. Few forecasted that Asian countries, which have some of the most restrictive narcotics laws, to provide leniency on any level. In turn, this dynamic has also aided domestic distribution, particularly for cannabidiol, or CBD oil. Many, if not most marijuana retailers market CBD oil products as recreational devices. Due to their distinctive chemistry, CBD oil is especially popular with vapor...

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What Does CBD Stand For?

Posted On: Jun 01, 2019

For several years, both professionals and patients have quietly wondered about the much-celebrated efficacy of cannabis-based therapies. The appeal is completely understandable. As naturally sourced remedies, they have none of the severe side effects associated with exotic pharmaceutical concoctions. Of course, there was just one little problem: prior to the tail end of 2018, the federal government considered cannabis purchases illegal, irrespective of individual state laws. That draconian vi...

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