Did you know that just like humans, dogs have an endocannabinoid system? This is why CBD may also work for your pets. Dogs endocannabinoid systems work just like humans, the goal of the ECS is to achieve and maintain balance within the body.
Strain Snobs! Who are they and do their products work? Strain Snobs is a company that’s closely affiliated with DiscoverCBD. They began in Colorado Springs, Co. when three individuals, a medical doctor, a business professional and an experienced marijuana and hemp Horticulturist saw a market of untapped potential for legal hemp-derived cannabinoids.
Legality is a common question that arises with any cannabis associated product. With the passing of the 2018 farm bill, many lesser known cannabinoids are becoming increasingly popular. Delta 8 THC, Delta 10 THC, HHC, and THC-O are all hemp derived cannabinoids that can produce psychoactive effects similar to those found in traditional cannabis. Many people don’t even know these compounds exist and if they do they may assume the cannabinoids are illegal, but due to the farm bill they are actually all legal on the federal level. Recently though, many states have been implementing individual restrictions and laws on the hemp-derived compounds. We’ll take a closer look at the legality of delta 8 specifically Colorado as they recently passed a new law that may be confusing for some.
In recent years cannabidiol (CBD) is becoming a more sought-after treatment method for individuals seeking relief. But why and how is this possible? Let's first discuss how addiction works in the brain so we can then understand why CBD is becoming a mainstream treatment for addiction.
As cannabidiol (CBD) rises in popularity so do myths and misconceptions about the cannabinoid. In recent years more and more positive research has come out about the potential health benefits of CBD but many people are misinformed or have misconceptions about CBD. Some of these myths include the idea that CBD is illegal, CBD gets you high, CBD means ‘good’ but THC means ‘bad’, CBD has no side effects, and CBD is a “cure all” for any issue. This blog will explore each of these points and offer an explanation and information about each of these misconceptions.
Is CBD safe for my kid and will it help them? This article will answer those questions and explore other frequently asked questions about using CBD for your child.
Cannabidiol (CBD) has many therapeutic effects, such as anxiety reduction and sleep-aid. For these reasons, CBD is becoming a more frequent alternative to aid nervous-flyers. Since the passing of the 2018 Farm Bill hemp derived cannabidiol (CBD) has become federally decriminalized in America, and with that traveling guidelines have changed. So what does this mean for you?
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CBD works by interacting with numerous receptors in our body. CBD targets receptors in the brain, and other major biological systems. When we talk about health, or the definition of health, we’re referring to your body being in a state of perfect balance, or homeostasis. One of the primary systems in our body that is responsible for regulation is the endocannabinoid system. The endocannabinoid system (ECS) is the messaging system that helps send signals through the body, and plays a role in maintaining your health (homeostasis). There are three parts to the endocannabinoid system. 1. Endocannabinoids. 2. Receptors. 3. Enzymes.
CBD and Its Effect on Insomnia Why Do We Sleep? Everyone has to sleep; many of us have a set in stone bedtime routine while others struggle to bot...
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.