In the United States, the risk of contracting a plague-like, infectious disease is quite low. But while communicable diseases are relatively controlled, new modern epidemics are at an all-time high. One of these new health threats is hypertension, or chronically elevated blood pressure.
Keeping the cardiovascular system running smoothly and in tip-top shape is vital to living a healthy life. We can do that by being active and eating right, but how about by incorporating CBD into our routine?
For years, a stereotypical image of the cannabis user has most often involved a couch-dwelling dude with a bag of crunchy snacks. Famous for inducing the “munchies,” past assumptions about the effects of cannabis use hardly bring to mind the image of health and vitality.
If you have an anxious or ailing pet, you may have questions about using CBD oil for dogs. But as with any pet-care trend, information on CBD ranges from the fairly solid to the downright egregious.
You may have seen the terms “nanoemulsified CBD” or “water-soluble CBD” tossed into a CBD product description like they’re household words. But what do they actually mean?
Now that hemp-derived CBD is decriminalized at the federal level, many parents have questions about the safety and effectiveness of CBD for children. In this article, we’ll cover some of the main questions that parents and healthcare practitioners may have about CBD for kids, including: How CBD works in the