It’s not a stretch to say that CBD (cannabidiol) is one of the most exciting and promising compounds currently being studied by the medical and scientific communities for its wellness benefits.Meanwhile, misinformation and confusion about CBD remain due to the relatively recent emergence of this fascinating compound.
So, let’s take a deep dive into what cannabidiol (CBD) is and what it does…
With almost untraceable amounts of THC, hemp plant products aren’t likely to cause any feelings of intoxication. As we talked about above, the “high” feeling associated with marijuana comes from the THC compound, not the non-psychoactive CBD compound.
Ever feel like CBD products simply don’t work? Here are a few reasons one might feel this way, as well as suggestions to try to correct them. Don’t give up before trying these tips!
there are slight trace amounts of THC** and other phytocannabinoids (such as terpenes), but all below the 0.3% threshold.
THC is non-detectable; below the 0.01% threshold.
THC is non-detectable; below 0.002% (effectively THC-free)
For those who are able to get back out for a night on the town (or a bottle or two of wine at home), we hope these tips and tricks can minimize the damage for the next morning.
Here is a quick breakdown of the different types of CBD absorption, their inherent bioavailability, and how they work…
If you’re one of those seeking to learn more about terpenes and CBD, you’re in the right place! We’re going to discuss all things surrounding terpenes, including what they are and how they can help you.