CBD 101



Cannabidiol or CBD is a non-toxic and non-intoxicating component of the cannabis plant with enormous therapeutic potential.

While CBD will not get the user high or intoxicated like THC does, CBD is still causing quite a "buzz" among science and health professionals.

CBD's effects are highly personal and there is no single product that is right for everyone. The best way to optimize your use of CBD is finding the proper method of consumption and dosage that works best for you through self experimentation.

Cannabis Evolved In Tibet 28 Million Years Ago.

Eminent cannabis researcher John McPartland and his research team at the University of Vermont have published an exciting new study speculating that the plant’s origin stretches back 28 million years into the past. For those interested in continuing their education on this

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Hemp farmers, retailers pounce on market for CBD products

FROM: https://www.mprnews.org/story/2019/03/29/hemp-farmers-retailers-pounce-on-cbd-markets Nina Moini · Minneapolis · Mar 29, 2019 » LISTEN TO STORY Applications to grow hemp in the state of Minnesota have increased steeply since the start of 2019, according to the Minnesota Department of Agriculture. Congress passed the 2018 farm bill

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Kentucky Hemp

The Bluegrass State has been growing high-quality hemp since the 1700s, and was the largest domestic producer of hemp until irrational government intervention in the mid-20th century.   Fortunately, the 2014 Farm Bill re-legitimized industrial hemp production, and Kentucky has once again

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Hemp Flowers

There’s a lot to love about hemp flowers.   Aromatically inviting, aesthetically interesting, and uniquely functional, the dried bud of the hemp plant is a generous gift.  Hemp flowers are covered with fine, crystal-like hairs called trichomes. During the blooming phase, the

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Colorado Hemp

Insert witty, soul-stirring John Denver reference here.  Or not. Either way, hemp is a big deal in that lively geospherical rectangle known as Colorado.  The only state to feature a definition of industrial hemp in its constitution, Colorado is also home to

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