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Cannabinoid Production Via Cellular Agriculture

Posted by Corey Hartley on

                With nearly daily advancements and technological breakthroughs in the flourishing cannabis industries, I don’t get very excited too frequently about the “next big thing.” However, a new farming technique, if you want to call it that, has grabbed my attention – mainly due to my own experience in microbiology. A research organization, known as New Harvest, is developing a technique called cellular agriculture to produce pure cannabinoids. Cellular agriculture uses single celled organisms to produce a specific product through genetic modification. The unusual and weird aspect of the concept is that although the cannabinoids are produced by a living organism,...

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CBD Oil vs. Hemp Oil

Posted by Star Barnes on

Navigating the CBD market can be difficult, as there is so much to learn. One of the important things to know to be a conscientious consumer is the difference between hemp oil and CBD oil.

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Facts and Myths Concerning Non-cannabis Cannabinoids

Posted by Chris Howard on

Fact: it is a myth that the same cannabinoids present in cannabis naturally occur in human breast milk or cacao, despite false claims made by some print and online publications. It’s a great headline, but it isn’t true. Let’s go deeper into the facts.

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Optimizing Your Endocannabinoid System

Posted by Ryan Mandaville on

Optimizing Your Endocannabinoid System Your endocannabinoid system is as unique as your fingerprint. Every time you dose your CBD or THC, there a lot of different factors going into your relief. If you use a full or broad spectrum product, you are getting not only CBD, THC, CBN, CBG and CBC, but trace amounts of over 100 different cannabinoids affecting your body! Your CB1 and CB2 receptors are constantly at work, because there are a lot more cannabinoids in the world than you might think. So many different foods and even activities have or create cannabinoids within your body. I...

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Cannabinoids and Your Body

Posted by Melinda Bloch on

Introduction to The Endocannabinoid System Endocannabinoid systems are found in all mammals, including humans. The “high” that is felt when smoking cannabis would not even be possible without already having an endocannabinoid system in place. The endocannabinoids and their receptors are found throughout the entire body. The endocannabinoid system includes the brain, organs, connective tissues, immune cells, and glands. The endocannabinoid system has one purpose – to keep homeostasis. Homeostasis is achieving balance within your body so that everything works well together. The endocannabinoid system is involved with regulating many basic functions of the human body in order to achieve homeostasis....

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