Anyone who deals with allergies or asthma knows that smoking — whether we’re talking cigarettes or cannabis — can just exacerbate the problem. So it’s not surprising that people would turn to the wide variety of smoke-free CBD products as an anti-inflammatory alternative. But can you really use CBD oil
You may have noticed that the 2018 Farm Bill got a lot more media attention than your typical farm bill. Since its signing, the hemp industry has been abuzz with excitement – and for good reason. But is CBD legal now? While the bill radically changed the legal landscape of
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. But what about using CBD
Inflammation is a routine healing response within the human body. But our lifestyles and environment can cause the scales to tip from a brief, acute response to a chronic disruption.
Athletes require months-long training cycles to perform at the top of their game, but this road can leave an athlete’s body feeling destroyed. Many now turn to CBD to better recover from their workouts, ease the pain of training, and allow competition without restriction. But does CBD really work?
Have you ever found yourself puzzling over the label of a CBD product, trying to figure out what in the world the words in the description meant? You’re not alone. And as CBD becomes more and more mainstream, it seems like consumers are only getting more confused.
Cannabidiol, or CBD, has become synonymous with all-natural health and wellness products. More and more people take it to help with minor aches, anxiety, and sleeplessness. But CBD is also gaining recognition as an effective alternative medication for more serious health conditions, such as arthritis.