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CBD hash
What you Need to Know About CBD Hash
The non intoxicating and potentially therapeutically beneficial cannabinoid CBD can be consumed in a myriad of ways; from capsules, oils, and topicals to gummies and edibles. But there is another consumption method available, one that you may not be aware of.
cbd vs cbg vs cbn vs cbc
CBD vs. CBG vs. CBN vs. CBC and other Cannabinoids
CBD may be the cannabinoid of the moment but there are a number of other cannabinoids which are also showing promise in the world of health and disease prevention. Chief among them are CBG, CBN and CBC, which all bring to the table unique properties with the potential for future therapeutic application.
CBD Oil vs Hemp Oil vs Cannabis Oil
CBD Oil vs Hemp Oil vs Cannabis Oil
Cannabis and its constituent cannabinoids are appearing in products everywhere, from shampoos and toothpaste to skin balms and food. However the reasons behind ingesting cannabis, hemp or any other derivative like CBD vary from product to product.
Delta 8 THC Products Market Report
New Leafreport Research Reveals More Than 50% of Delta-8 THC Hemp-Derived Products Tested Had Illegal Levels of Delta-9 THC
Out of 38 tested products, 68% contained the wrong amount of Delta-8. More than 50% also had illegal (over 0.3%) levels of Delta-9 THC.
Delta 8 THC
How Delta-8 THC has opened the door to a hemp-based high
Synthetic CBD extract affects the endocannabinoid system similar to popular marijuana compound
Delta 8 THC Drug Test
Delta-8 THC Drug Test
The similarities of Delta-8 and Delta-9 have led many consumers to rightfully wonder if Delta-8 will show up on a drug panel. The very short answer is, most likely. But let’s dig in on why that is
Is Delta8 T HC Legal
Is Delta-8 THC Legal?
The reason for Delta-8 THC popularity? It’s legal (ish), and will get you high. Let’s take a look at the current Delta-8 landscape.
Delta THC 8
The “New Kid” Cannabinoid on the Block—Delta-8-THC
You may have heard about the “New Kid” on the block—delta-8-THC (aka Δ-8-THC). It is a somewhat less active isomer of delta-9-THC (Δ-9-THC)
CBD for Migraine Headaches
CBD Oil for Migraines & Headaches: What Does the Research Say?
Many migraine sufferers are looking for an effective alternative that will alleviate these headaches without negative side effects, and CBD is showing great promise as a migraine treatment.
Decarboxylation of CBD and cannabis
Decarboxylation of CBD and cannabis
Decarboxylation is a word you might have heard thrown around a lot—some people also talk about “decarbing” which is the same process.So, what is it?
CBD THC boiling points
CBD & THC Boiling Points
Why should you be interested in boiling points? Well, if you choose to vape, knowing about boiling points could give you greater control over what you inhale!
Hemp oil vs CBD oil
What is the Difference Between CBD Oil and Hemp Oil?
There are lots of hemp-based products out there—and with some of the hype surrounding those products, wouldn’t you love to be able to distinguish between the different products and recognize the different benefits these products may have
CBD and drug test
Does CBD show up on a drug test?
Although drug tests do not screen for CBD (the test is designed to pick up THC, the intoxicating or high-producing cannabinoid), some CBD products contain low quantities of THC that could theoretically make a person fail a drug test. Keep reading to learn whether CBD shows up on a drug test.
Synergy and Full spectrum CBD
Synergy and Full-spectrum CBD
Full-spectrum CBD contains all the components naturally-occurring in the plant. But, why exactly is full spectrum CBD better?
CBD Oil vs. Tincture
CBD Oil vs. CBD Tincture: What’s the Difference and How to Choose
One of the areas that can be confusing is the difference between CBD oils and CBD tinctures, they are not exactly the same, but many companies use the terms interchangeably. Let’s dive into some of the differences and the similarities.
CBD Cannabis glossary
CBD and Cannabis Glossary
In an effort to clear up misconceptions and help the consumer better understand CBD’s potential effects, Leafreport has created this list of definitions for CBD-related terms based on the most up-to-date clinical research and expert thought.
What is CBD
What is CBD? Introduction to Cannabidiol
CBD oil is quickly growing into the leading health and wellness trend. Millions of people across the world are using this non-psychoactive supplement to address specific symptoms and support their overall health. Here’s everything you need to know about CBD
CBN
What is CBN and CBDL ? – All About Cannabinols and Cannabinodiols, Introduction, Medical Benefits, Legality and More
Introduction to Cannabinols (CBNs), Cannabinodiols (CBDLs) and other Cannabinoids
THC
What is THC? – All About Tetrahydrocannabinol, Introduction, Medical Benefits, Legality, THC vs CBD and More
The tetrahydrocannabinoids (THCs) are arguably the best known cannabinoids but did you know that there are two main classes of THCs and each of these classes has, so far at least, two or more members? So what does this cannabinoid do?
CBC
What is CBC? – All About Cannabichromenes, Introduction, Medical Benefits, CBC vs CBD and More
You already know CBD… but what about CBC? The Cannabichromenes (CBCs) are a major constituent of cannabis plants, including hemp. identified it as “one of four major cannabinoids in Cannabis sativa L. and is the second most abundant cannabinoid in drug type cannabis.”. So what does this cannabinoid do?
CBG
What is CBG? – All About Cannabigerol, Introduction, Medical Benefits, CBG vs CBD and More
You already know CBD… but what about CBG? The cannabigerols (CBGs) are a major constituent of cannabis plants, including hemp. CBG’s are garnering quite a bit of interest because they are non-intoxicating. So what does this cannabinoid do?
Cannabinoids
Beyond CBD: More Natural Cannabinoids by the Cannabis and Hemp plants
You’ve heard of CBD and THC, but how well do you know other cannabinoids like CBG, CBN, CBDA, CBC, CBT, CBDL, CBL, CBE and more?
Terpenes
What are Cannabis Terpenes? Effects, Health Benefits and How They Compare to CBD
Terpenes are essential oils of a plant. They are responsible for the way a plant smells and tastes. The potential health benefits of terpenes are numerous and depend on the properties of each individual material. Some researches claim that terpenes can also help to enhance the “entourage effect” and by that, the therapeutic effects of CBD.
Endocannabinoid System
How CBD Works: The Endocannabinoid System
Before the 1990s, scientists barely understood the effects of cannabis on the human body. When they discovered the endocannabinoid system (ECS) in the 1990s, science health began to change. It was demonstrated that all vertebrates, including mammals, birds, reptiles, and fish, produce endocannabinoids. The primary purpose of the ECS is to make sure the body maintains homeostasis, though it is much more complex than that.
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