Chances are you’ve probably seen someone walking around with a bright green Starbucks drink.
Although matcha drinks look exotic with their green coloring, the flavor is fairly mild and it’s a hugely popular drink. Plus, in addition to being an eye-catching drink, matcha green tea is actually packed with a lot of nutrients!
When you can buy hemp products just about everywhere, it’s easy to forget the controversial past it’s had. If it feels like Hemp & CBD suddenly sprang into existence with the 2018 Farm Bill, you have a lot to catch up on. This week we’re covering the vast history of hemp and CBD.
With the passing of the Farm Bill in 2018, the US government legalized industrial hemp, and CBD (cannabidiol) is now widely available. But this isn’t the first time hemp has been legal or carefully regulated by the government. The 1937 Marihuana Tax Act was an important, if painful, part of hemp history.
There’s a lot to be learned from the Marihuana Tax Act, especially if we don’t want to repeat the egregious mistakes of the past. So, let’s dive in and find out why this piece of history is just as important today as it was in 1937.
We all experience pain at some point or another. Maybe it’s a sprained ankle, a headache, or even just muscle soreness from an intense workout. Chronic pain, however, is a completely different beast. The physical and mental toll that chronic pain causes can be debilitating and isolating.
So if you're tired of daily aches, spasms, or soreness, then you should consider using CBD to help manage your chronic pain.
Opioids help many manage chronic pain, but the repercussions can be devastating. Could CBD offer a solution for those suffering from the opioid crisis? We won’t pretend that CBD will miraculously cure people of opioid addictions, but it may provide a boost to help people overcome some of the hurdles. Let's check it out.
If you haven’t tried CBD for your inflammation, you could be living with unnecessary pain and discomfort.
Inflammation can sound pretty scary, but it’s your body's natural response to several different situations. When your body doesn’t STOP being inflamed though, it can be very painful and uncomfortable. Luckily, CBD can help! Whether or not you’re dealing with minor aches caused by inflammation or painful chronic inflammation, keep reading to decide whether or not CBD is right for you.
If you’re not familiar with the COA (Certificate of Analysis) of your favorite CBD brand, you will be after this. This document should be from a third-party lab, and it should be an in-depth analysis of everything inside the product. There’s lots of information on there, but after reading about the other cannabinoids, you might want to take a peek.
Most people get pretty hyped up about CBD, but did you know there are several OTHER cannabinoids? Let's check them out in our ultimate guide!
There’s nothing better than a warm cup of tea after a long day. Relaxing on the couch with a book and a mug filled with your favorite blend is an ideal way to unwind. You probably already know that when it comes to teas, there are a plethora of different options to choose from. There’s herbal tea, green tea, black tea… the list could go on and on. But did you know that there is also such a thing as CBD tea?
If you want to learn more about CBD tea and its benefits, keep reading the sections below.
Mood disorders are some of the most misunderstood mental health issues because they’re hard to diagnose. There are prescription medications that can help, and for some people, these are exactly what they need!
But for others, they’re either not the right option...or they’re just not enough. CBD has helped people with a wide variety of issues, but can it help those with mood disorders?
Hopefully, by now you know that CBD (cannabidiol) is the non-psychoactive cannabinoid that promotes health benefits without the side-effects of prescription drugs. Some are taking it to help them sleep, to lessen anxiety and pain, and some are even using it to soothe neurological issues. For maximum CBD perks, however, you should consider using CBD Oil.
If you need the maximum healing benefits of CBD, then you should be using CBD Oil. Don’t believe us? Here are 5 reasons why you should!
Even after the effects have worn off, CBD can still be in your system. But how long exactly?
This is important information to be aware of. Like maybe you’re worried about CBD showing up on a pre-employment drug screening. Or you don't want CBD to mix with a medication you're about to take.
No matter the reason, read on to discover the key tips to help you figure out how long CBD may stay in your system.
Compared with mainstream medicines, CBD offers a uniquely holistic healing effect — in addition to easing physical ailments like aches and pains, this powerful compound also benefits the mind.
While mountains of research still need to be tackled, early findings indicate that CBD helps to improve focus and clear away the dreaded brain fog, helping users to maintain a high degree of mental clarity and flexibility.
These benefits aren’t due to any one specific property of CBD, but rather to a combination of many of CBD’s diverse effects. To stimulate your brain, we’ve outlined a few of these factors below.
Did you know that CBD oil is not just good for you but your dog too?
This is phenomenal news for dog breeds prone to anxiety, for older dogs with joint pain, and it’s especially good news for dog owners who don’t want to see their furry friends in pain. But how much CBD Oil does your dog need?
Just like with people, it varies. Different size dogs will require different doses. Plus, some dogs might not need a lot of CBD for them to start feeling better. We’ve put together a few key points to consider to help you figure it out.
Like an obnoxious party guest or your lout of an uncle, pain can be a real pain in the butt. When it shows up, it reduces an otherwise fun, productive, or exciting day into a real disappointment. The trouble with pain is that it has many sprawling effects. Pain can be debilitating, especially when it becomes continuous or chronic due to injuries, diseases, or disorders.
Thankfully, scientists are working to uncover new remedies and methods to mitigate pain. One of the most promising avenues they are exploring deals with Cannabidiol, or CBD.