As we learn more and more about the “mother of all cannabinoids”, CBG and other emerging cannabinoids are changing the way we think about hemp production and cannabinoid extraction.
Researchers in Georgia have discovered that CBD might be effective in reducing deadly inflammation in the lungs and other organs of severe Coronavirus patients.
Edibles have become an incredibly popular way to consume CBD. High quality CBD gummies, honey, chocolate and more CBD infusions are the most popular choices.
There are over 200 known terpenes, most of which we have barely begun to research.
If you have tried to quit smoking and failed it’s time to try hemp cigarettes. Each pack contains 10 pre-rolled hemp flower cigarettes with 35mg of CBD.
New legislation recently signed by Georgia Governor Brian Kemp that legalizes hemp in Georgia has created a problem for Georgia prosecutors who say cops can’t tell the difference between hemp and marijuana.
Retail sales of products that are made from hemp-derived CBD are now legal in Ohio.
In early June 2019 the US Postal Service confirmed that it is legal to use the mail to ship CBD products across the country.
The 4th of July might be a happy time for you and your family, but what about your pet? If your dog or cat suffers from anxiety related to loud noises then CBD might be the answer.
Even though they are often used for different reasons, hemp and marijuana both come from the cannabis plant.
There are a LOT of hemp products on the market that purport to cure all kinds of diseases today, but are you really getting the CBD oil you think you are?
A chemical found within the cannabis plant, cannabidiol (CBD) has been shown to interact with the endocannabinoid system and might bring relief from common problems.
Because we all have cannabinoid receptors in the outer layer of our skin, we are able to administer CBD in ways other than just orally.
Did you know that many pet owners are choosing CBD to help their dogs and cats deal with issues like anxiety, mobility problems and inflammatory pain?
CBD is generally found to have very few side effects and thus is usually well tolerated by most people. However, there are certain rare drug interactions that you need to know about.