With the legalization of hemp farming, thanks to Farm Bill 2018 – terms like cannabidiol, hemp, and CBD flower are gaining momentum more than ever. However, in this particular post we will talk about CBD flower; where it comes from, its benefits, and ways to consume it.
Wax vape pens are the latest vaping devices to enter the market. “Vaping” is shorthand for vaporizing, which means inhaling the puffs produced by a vaping device. Until recently, you had to use an electronic nail or a dab rig to enjoy a dab, i.e., a highly concentrated cannabis extract. Similar to weed pen, the wax vape pen has interrupted the scene and is now the go-to option for many users due to its qualities of being portable, discreet, and effortless to use.
Decarboxylation is a process that is synonymous with cannabis. It involves heating the cannabis to a high temperature of about (~250°F) for some time before it is used. Also, decarboxylation has to do with activating the cannabis in other to reach its potentials and be more medicinal. Also, when trying to make edibles from cannabis, decarboxylation is an important step.
New evidence is popping up everywhere about the benefits of giving your pet CBD products to treat a variety of conditions. Both studies done by experts and anecdotal evidence from other pet owners seem to suggest that these products really do work!
We know CBD oil can be effective, but many of us ask the questions: how and why? What makes CBD special? How does it affect the body? We will go over that and more to give you a new insight into how this mysterious chemical can make the lives of both humans and animals better!
Sleep is one of the most important things you can do to maintain a healthy mental and physical life. However, about one in three adults in the United States experience insomnia throughout the year and don’t sleep the recommended seven-plus hours each night.
Unfortunately, despite the growing knowledge of sleep’s benefits people are more willing to lose a couple hours of shut eye each night due to what is considered time-stressors such as work, play, and social activities. Additionally, about 35% of adults experience either acute or chronic insomnia related to serious mental health disorders, chronic pain, and anxiety.