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Can CBD Help You Quit Smoking?

Posted by Susan Hatfield on

For anyone who is a smoker and has struggled with trying to quit, there may be a new answer on the horizon. While many former smokers have turned to vaping in an effort to help them quit traditional combustible analog cigarettes, some of those are interested in quitting nicotine altogether. And many are finding relief from an unexpected source: CBD. So how does CBD help smokers quit? A study published in 2013 gave 12 smokers a CBD inhaler and 12 smokers a placebo inhaler. The placebo group displayed no difference in the amount of cigarettes they smoked. By contrast, the...

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What are Terpenes?

Posted by Don Ayala on

What gives a plant its smell and taste? Terpenes! Let's take a look at some research and studies conducted on terpenes and cannabinoid working together. How Can this help you? What does 'terpenes' mean? We'll answer all these questions and more

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Legal Source of Hemp and CBD

Posted by Dea Hong on

When CBD is derived from hemp, it is listed as a federally agricultural hemp, which is federally legal due to the Agricultural Act of 2014, better known as the Farm Bill of 2014. After this law was put into effect, it allowed a whole new market for revenue in the industrial use of hemp. For states that legalized the production of industrial hemp, American farmers were now allowed to cultivate hemp on U.S. land. Not only did this open a flood gate of companies in providing their own line of CBD products, it also made labeling hard for CBD products that are not...

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New Flavors, Higher Potency E-Juices

Posted by Michael Inglehearn on

Our 550mg E-Juices will blow you away! Here's a little in depth look at what they are exactly.

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CBD and Schizophrenia

Posted by Susan Hatfield on

Some research has been conducted on the use of CBD to help treat schizophrenia. A study conducted in 2012 suggests that CBD was able to moderately prevent the endocannabinoid, anandamide, from degrading. When anandamide levels are elevated in cerebrospinal fluid, they correlate inversely to the psychotic symptoms of schizophrenia, meaning the symptoms are lessened or in some cases absent. 

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