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CBD and Dreaming

Posted by Austin Angeleri on

Many people using cannabis products, either recreationally or medicinally, know that marijuana can drastically affect sleep patterns. Many studies show that THC and CBD really do encourage a longer and more restful sleep. However, in many of these cases dreaming occurs less frequently, if at all. The sleep cycle has several stages, but probably the most well-known stages are deep sleep, also known as slow-wave sleep, and REM (Rapid Eye Movement) sleep. The brain is most active in REM sleep, which is when dreaming occurs. While REM sleep is important, compared to slow-wave sleep it usually doesn’t receive much attention....

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Workout With CBD

Posted by Michael Inglehearn on

Can CBD actually help you in the weight room? What about running and all other things exercising and workout related? Find out in this blog written by one of our very own in Denver.

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Does CBD induce sleep?

Posted by Juanita Padilla on

Common thought is that ingestion of marijuana, or any of its chemical compounds including CBD, will help with sleep. Studies suggest that this may not be the case. Where THC has been shown in human trials to induce sleepiness, CBD in low doses may actually have the opposite effect. How, then, can CBD be a sleep aid for so many? Current studies show that THC, the psychoactive component of marijuana, does induce sleep in varying amounts depending upon the strain with the indicas being best for sleep induction and reduction in nightmares and the sativas being less helpful. Low doses...

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Cannabidiol as a Supplement for People with Parkinson's Disease

Posted by Seth B on

Updated 02/26/2018 New Studies  Parkinson's disease is a growing health risk in the United States. The Centers for Disease Control has stated that Parkinson's entered the 15 leading causes of death in the United States as of 2012. They have also reported that this disease's mortality rate has been increasing significantly each year, with people becoming more likely to develop it as they get older. According to the Parkinson Association, there are at least 60,000 new cases of the condition in the United States each year. The way that Parkinson's disease develops is not well-understood, meaning that treatment for this...

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