The popularity of CBD beverages is increasing due to its convenience; it can easily be mixed with any beverage. Oil-soluble CBD, on the other hand, has been around for some time. But which is better? We break it down for ya.
You’ve definitely heard of 4/20—the international holiday that celebrates all things marijuana. But how familiar are you with Bicycle Day—another important high holiday that’s celebrated each and every year on 4/19?
If you’ve paid any attention lately you’ve probably heard of CBD. Apparently everyone from children to adults to pets can use it to treat a myriad of medical conditions. But what does it feel like to use it?
How to smoke weed properly is probably something you’ve never considered, right? It’s not like when you first started smoking the herb someone sat down with you and taught you exactly how to inhale weed.
Now that hemp’s federally legal and CBD can be derived from it you’re starting to see CBD everywhere—in lattes, smoothies, bruschetta, bath bombs, coconut oil, popcorn—even suppositories. But is it safe?
Following yesterday’s passage of the 2018 Farm Bill, US Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Scott Gottleib issued a statement with regard to the agency’s oversight of products commercially marketed as ‘hemp-derived’ CBD.
President Trump signed into law the 2018 farm bill Thursday making industrial hemp legal across all 50 states. The legislation will officially go into effect in January finally allowing for the commercial cultivation, research and development of hemp.