I found this recipe in the shaker archives at the Canterbury shaker village in Concord, New Hampshire while working as the museum’s culinary director. I have never seen it in any shaker cookbooks or in print anywhere
CBD or cannabidiol, a chemical compound of cannabis, is creating a wave of herbal revolution in the medical world. It has a promising ability to cure a wide array of diseases, both physical and psychological. The happy news is, some of the U.S states and other countries have legalized both recreational and medical cannabis, allowing the possibility for citizens to make the most out of the herb.
CBD most important ingredient: certified organic hemp. Once plants have matured, they are ready to be harvested and processed. Next, the terpenes, aromatic and therapeutic compounds, are retained from the flowers through a proprietary steam distillation process, followed by the CO₂ extraction of CBD. This process results in purified oils, that purposefully maintain a complex set of cannabinoids and full spectrum of terpenes present in the original plants. The CO₂ extraction which is being used on our oils, makes sure that there is complete control over the entire extraction process. With unique temperature and pressure settings, it’s possible to isolate exactly the compounds we’re looking for.
Some people have experienced that their CBD oil bottle sometimes leaks and the dropper unscrews. This can lead to oil leaking further into the neck of the bottle despite it being sealed. This, however, is not because the bottles are defective.
This eggnog recipe is pretty special. Seriously, what would the Christmas season be without eggnog?! This date-sweetened vegan eggnog is perfect for those who are health-conscious! Whether you’re dairy-free or vegan, there’s no need to miss out on this classic holiday cocktail!
Here’s today’s fun fact: the word “canvas” is derived from “cannabis”. (And imagine if the two words had still been identical this past century or so: literature would speak of cannabis-covered deck shoes, of boy scouts enjoying their life under cannabis, of going cannabissing for your parliamentary candidate.) There is a simple reason for this etymology. Among the many uses of hemp, the plant from which the drug comes – uses that include ropes, clothes, food – was the fabric for the sails of ships.