Our bodies and minds are connected in ways we’re only just now beginning to understand. Eastern medicine has long accepted that your physical and emotional states can influence each other, but Western medicine is still playing catch-up. However, with the discovery of the endocannabinoid system (ECS), we’re quickly gaining ground.
So when you see CBD products with claims such as Improves Mind and Body Wellness or Elevates Mood are they for real? Let’s find 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!
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.
Over the last several decades, scientists and physicians have explored how cannabis affects the body and mind. One of the most important discoveries from this research has been the endocannabinoid system. Commonly called the ECS, this system was first identified in the early 1990s and is responsible for the healing and relaxing effects associated with cannabis and CBD.
If you’re interested in how CBD can provide you beneficial and healing effects, it pays to understand the basics of this fascinating system.