As CBD becomes more widely popular, research continues to discover new benefits for CBD, appropriate dosage amounts, and how long it takes to feel any significant differences. Though just touching the surface of what CBD is to eventually become (sales are predicted to reach $22 billion by 2022, according to the Brightfield Group, a cannabis market research firm) the spread
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Whether you’re using/thinking of using CBD recreationally, or are using it as a patient treating a medical condition, it’s understandable that you’re curious about the drug test liabilities of ingesting CBD. So, does CBD show up on drug tests? The simple answer is “no” but let’s unpack that a bit. It's unlikely that CBD will show up on a workplace
In a time where wellness and self-care are at the forefront of media messaging, CBD products are seemingly popping up everywhere. From the trendy coffee shop up the block, to the luxury facial at the spa downtown, to the gummy bears grandma’s taking to help with her hip pain, you come across CBD infused this and that with the claims
Does CBD get you High? CBD vs. THC One of the very first questions a new CBD user will ask is if CBD will get them high. The short answer is no. Aren’t CBD and THC supposed cousins though? Don’t they come from the same plant? What is “high CBD” then? To fully answer these questions we need to look
The increasing popularity of CBD has led many users and inquisitive minded folks to raise questions about the methods of administering CBD and the distinction between the different forms in which it is available. When searching for CBD you’ll often times see amazing benefits. Then you’ll notice the many forms CBD comes in; gummies, oil tinctures, capsules, topicals, vapes, etc.