Diving into the world of cannabinoids, there’s more than meets the eye.
Where do we get cannabinoids from - and how do they affect our ECS?
As you may know, your body has a whole system for processing cannabinoids. But did you know that there are distinct types of cannabinoids? And some you produce all on your own? What are they, and do they i...
You might have noticed something popping up around you lately – especially if you live near farming lands in Oregon, or have visited grandma’s house in the country lately. Hint: It’s green, bushy, and has a distinct smell. No, it isn’t mint, another common Oregon crop, but fields full of fragrant, vibrant green CBD Hemp.
Cannabis is a broad term that describes two types of plants: Marijuana, known for its high THC content, and Hemp, known for its high CBD content. Many people are turning to hemp products for their high levels of CBD. Why? Turns out that CBD just might be the next wonder drug poised to shake up the pharmaceutical industry.
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