Given the exponential growth in the popularity of CBD as an alternative medicine recently, there's been a flood of new product variations entering the space ranging from your typical tincture and gel caps all the way to lip balms and infused toothpicks (seriously). As a result, we are often asked: "How do I know which product to buy?" "Which is the most effective?" "When will I feel it?" "How long do the effects last?"
In this post, we take a quick look at the various delivery methods in an effort to help you determine which products are right for you.
Terpenes are [flavorful and fragrant] aromatic oils secreted by the glandular hairs found on floral leaves and flowers of female plants.
There are over 100 unique types of terpenes that not only play a key role in identifying different strains of cannabis, but offer health benefits (reportedly). Some terpenes might promote focus, while others potentially promote stress-relief and relaxation.
In this blog post, we list and describe some of the common terpenes found in cannabis (hemp) plants.
When searching for hemp-based CBD products, consumers will often come across three different variations: Full-Spectrum, Broad-Spectrum, and Isolate-based products. The differences are easy to understand and should be considered before making a purchase. We break down the differences in this blog post.