In the 1960s, Dr. Raphael Mechoulam, an Israeli chemist, first synthesized CBD and THC. Delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol, or Δ9-THC, was identified as the primary psychoactive compound in cannabis. Because of its intoxicating effects and high concentration in the plant, THC has dominated our understanding of the pharmacology of cannabis ever since. But
With the passage of the 2018 Farm Bill, the legal landscape for hemp has changed dramatically. And that’s left many consumers wondering about the legal status of CBD their states.
Humans have been using yeast to produce the world’s most popular drug, alcohol, for millennia. Yeast has the natural ability to convert sugar into alcohol, as long as you starve it of oxygen. Consequently, we have used these biological factories to produce a wide variety of intoxicating beverages. Using modern
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.
Choosing the right CBD delivery method can have a huge impact on how effective it is for your needs. But which method is right for you?
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.
Manufacturers can make CBD products from two kinds of cannabis plants: hemp and marijuana. These types of cannabis have very different histories, and they each have different legal statuses from state to state. So, is there a difference between the CBD products that come from these different varieties? And just