It looks like the UK is going to leave CBD products on the shelf — for now. And the Cannabis Trade Association is hoping to keep it that way.
Hemp oil extract and CBD are popping up everywhere right now due to an ever-growing list of benefits, like stress management and immune support.* But with increasing popularity comes increasing confusion, leaving people wondering, what exactly is the difference between the two? And how do you know which one to choose? Let’s dive into them a little further.
Leading researchers in the USA will check the effectiveness of whole-plant versus single-extract CBD under a $9 million project aimed at enlightening consumers and doctors.
Are you ready to crank the “Zen” in your life up a notch? If so, a CBD-inspired yoga routine could be just what you need.
Billy Horschel went six months without a top-eight finish last year before he found a remedy for his ailing golf game from a surprising source: the hemp plant. Horschel, a five-time PGA Tour winner, began using cannabidiol, or CBD, products shortly after he missed the cut at the British Open in July.
Cannabis roasted beets, cara cara oranges, fried garden herbs + limonene lemonade – By Chef Sebastian
Preheat an oven to 400°. Wrap the oil drizzled, salt and pepper sprinkled beets and cannabis buds in foil packets. Seal up nicely. Place the bundles on a baking sheet. Roast in a 400° oven for about an hour. When cool, use a paper towel to rub off the beet skins. (dry + keep the purple buds for another application) Slice the beets into large thin rounds. Place in a big casserole and drizzle the slices with a couple of tbsp’s of the vinaigrette to marinade for 15-20 minutes before serving.
With the worldwide death toll from the coronavirus rising exponentially, The Lancet drew attention to “accumulating evidence” that indicates “patients with severe COVID-19 might have a cytokine storm syndrome.”
CBD products are very popular but the industry is still changing. Here are the basics you should know before using CBD for the first time.
Proposed new CBD regulations could help fuel an overall increase in Australia’s cannabis market, which is projected to grow in value to USD$1.5 billion by 2025.
If it seems like you keep hearing about CBD, you’re not alone. There’s buzz about CBD everywhere – from natural food stores to search engines to newspapers and legislative chambers.