What exactly is Full Spectrum CBD oil? Most customers see 'CBD isolate' and 'Full Spectrum' but what does it really mean? Is one better than the other? Find out in this blog!
Recent research and anecdotal evidence suggest that CBD may offer newfound hope to those grappling with the daily struggles of MS. In this blog, we will delve into the fascinating world of CBD and its role in alleviating the symptoms and improving the quality of life for individuals living with Multiple Sclerosis.
At some point in life, the tides turn for the worse and we all go through depression. It’s something that is more frequent for some and can weigh you down till you feel suffocated. You feel like a raft in the eye of a storm, looking for any way out of the turbulence that you can see to alleviate the weight. In this blog we will explore what depression is, how it can affect day to day life, and how CBD could be a potential lifeline within the eye of the storm.
A scoliosis diagnosis can be scary, but it doesn’t mean you have to live in constant pain. Finding ways to manage your pain can make life enjoyable again.
Summer, summer, summer time! The busiest time of the year for many of us. Being summer “ready” can be quite the understatement. After a year in isolation, and much time alone, most of us can’t wait to get outside and socialize. But do BBQ’s, pool parties, camping, and the heat make you anxious? Did you know that CBD may be the perfect solution for all of your summer worries? CBD or cannabidiol is a natural miracle-worker. It’s beneficial year round, but can be extra helpful in the summertime. Let’s talk about a few reasons why you should amp up your CBD routine this summer.
THC & CBD are the most popular cannabinoids of our time. They are great by themselves and even better together. We’ll be discussing how THC can enhance CBD’s effects known as the entourage effect, how CBD can reduce the psychoactive effects of THC, and how to mix the two.
Most people have heard or know of PMS, but have you ever heard of PMDD? Premenstrual Syndrome, PMS, is the change in physical and emotional reactions that occur between ovulation and the start of one’s period for those that have a uterus. Symptoms usually present themselves in the form of cramping, mood swings, tender breasts, fatigue, cravings, etc. Not everyone experiences PMS, but most people have mild symptoms, while for others they can seem pretty intense. For a very small percentage of people, somewhere between 5%-8% of those with menstruation cycles, experience something much more intense. Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder, or PMDD, is a very extreme and severe type of PMS.
Active CBD's 275mg Extra Strength Full Spectrum Tincture are the perfect beginning product for people new to CBD. The tinctures are easy to administer and we've been hearing our customers are experiencing great results. Learn more about our tinctures!
Bulging Discs can be a huge pain in the back! With more people finding success with CBD we are noticing that there are possibly issues that CBD can help with! Bulging discs are caused by inflammation in the spinal cord and CBD has been known to have anti-inflammatory properties that could help with these pains that arise due to herniated discs.
Within the CBD industry there is a gap in the information for women consumers, with new studies on the horizon the industry hopes to help those women by getting better data.
In the last few years, cannabinoids like CBD and THC have taken the world by storm, and considering all the potential benefits they can offer, it really comes as no surprise. What might surprise you though is the fact that there is another entirely different collection of compounds in the cannabis plant that could offer their own unique set of benefits. Terpenes are the source of a plant's aromas and, when smoked, provide a litany of flavors as well. Ask any cannabis enthusiast their favorite strain and you’re more than likely to get a description of both these features. Ask them to pick out a new strain to try, and they’ll probably smell the options more than look at them. So why do we put so much stock into something so simple as smell when it comes to hemp or marijuana products? The simple answer is that the terpenes can make just as big of a difference as the cannabinoid content, and provide additional or synergistic benefits of their own. The most commonly found terpene in commercial cannabis plants, and their derived products, is called myrcene.
We all need a hiatus from modern life from time to time, but the benefits of stepping into nature go deeper than just taking a break from urban life. Terpenes may be at the root of the relaxing and healing nature of forests.