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Consider this. Cannabis contains over 100 different cannabinoids, many of which are said to contain their own unique potential benefits. While CBD might be the superstar second only to THC, there’s another cannabinoid that’s gaining increased recognition.  Introducing CBN, or cannabinol. If you haven’t heard of the up-and-coming cannabinoid, consider this your formal introduction. CBN...
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Many people are familiar with cannabidiol (CBD) and 9-delta tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). CBD and THC are just 2 of the 113 phytocannabinoids currently identified by science. While THC and CBD are the most heavily studied phytocannabinoids, more research is coming to light about these other cannabis compounds. It turns out that minor cannabinoids play a major role in...
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CBD isn’t the only cannabinoid that’s believed to be beneficial. Remember, there are over 100 cannabinoids in cannabis that have been discovered to date. Few have been studied in depth, but there is preliminary research that suggests other cannabinoids may contain their own wellness benefits.  CBN is one of these cannabinoids.  You might’ve noticed that...
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Essential Takeaways:  The quality of hemp-based products is directly related to the quality and care with which they were grown. Several CBD products on the market today are produced from hemp grown in countries where there are few regulations regarding cultivation practices.  Hemp absorbs everything from the soil in which it’s grown. Soil quality affects...
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Essential Takeaways: Humans used hemp to make the first shirt of paper. Hemp was used to create the first two drafts of the Declaration of Independence and Thomas Paine’s Common Sense. The war on cannabis caused suppliers to turn to wood for papermaking. Hemp grows in four months and creates four times more pulp than wood,...
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Essential Takeaways Hemp is part of the Cannabis sativa L. species of plants.  Hemp seeds, stalks, leaves and flowers all make up the anatomy of this fascinating plant.  Different types of hemp plants are grown for different uses.  Hemp and marijuana have similar anatomy but contain a different chemical composition.  When you think about it,...
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Hemp is one of the most versatile plants that exists. In addition to the role it plays in the creation of CBD products, hemp can be used to make over 25,000 different products! If that’s not impressive enough, some even suggest that hemp could help end world hunger. How? It all comes down to hemp’s seeds,...
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Have you been thinking about the top high-CBD cannabis strains and wondering if your favorite is among them? Are you looking for different ways to take your CBD? While we typically think of taking CBD in the form of a tincture, edible or gummy, CBD flower is an option that not too many people have considered. Did you...
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Hemp is one of the most versatile plants on the planet. It’s been suggested that hemp can be made into over 25,000 different products, including fuel, food, fiber and quite a few things in between. It’s no secret that CBD has made hemp famous of late, but did you know that hemp has been used for...
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Hemp is now legal in the U.S. for the first time in more than a century, and in the not-so-distant future, hemp products will become the new norm on retail shelves. Just how many hemp products currently exist? More than we can list. Forbes recently reported that more than 25,000 products are currently made from hemp. Perhaps no...
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Unfortunately for hemp, there are other plants related to cannabis that have made things a bit tricky for CBD users. It’s true even for hemp, you can’t choose your family. Marijuana has gotten most of the media attention, but there are many more plants in the cannabis family besides this psychoactive one. Let’s take a...
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There’s a lot to be said about the foods we put into our bodies–– after all, you are what you eat. If you eat unhealthy foods, you will feel unhealthy. It’s clear, the foods we choose to consume have a direct impact on how we feel. One of the best ways to feel your best...
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