Hemp based CBD products have exploded in the last few years with the market projected to grow by billions of dollars within the next decade. But, this prevalent cannabinoid is missing something that plenty of cannabis users want: a psychoactive effect.
You might have noticed a lot of products lately that are infused with CBD. But what exactly is CBD? CBD stands for cannabidiol, and it’s part of the cannabis plant from which we also get marijuana.
CBD or Cannabidiol has been trending in natural product industries. It is believed and studied to influence health issues, including pain, anxiety, or stress. In this article, let us find out how it has undergone a manufacturing process for the benefit of a growing number of people.
Our world is continually changing, and this applies to many areas of our lives. Nowadays, more and more products such as marijuana and cannabis oil become legal, and this encourages buyers to be interested in these products and their different options.
THC has for long been the poster child of cannabis, but science is now pushing CBD to the limelight because it offers similar therapeutic benefits without the intoxication that CBD gives.
Cannabidiol (CBD) has been recently covered in the media, and you may have even seen it as an add-in booster to your post-workout smoothie or morning coffee. What exactly is CBD? Why is it suddenly so popular?
Cannabidiol is a popular natural remedy used for many common ailments. Here are seven health benefits of CBD oil that are backed by scientific evidence.
Steve Darling from Proactive Investors Vancouver discusses the development of the new flagship cannabis growing and processing facility in Toowoomba, Australia, with Hamish Sutherland, the COO of Asterion Cannabis.
In a press release today, 20th June 2019, Asterion Cannabis Inc. announced they and their subsidiary Asterion Australia have entered into an equity participation agreement with Wellcamp Business Park Pty Ltd. Wellcamp Business Park being an affiliate of Wagners Properties Pty Ltd. Wagners will be providing goods and services to Asterion in connection with the …
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Professor Ingrid Scheffer from the University of Melbourne is undergoing a new study into medical cannabis for treating epilepsy. Reported by the ABC this new study could be a life changer for may seizure sufferers.
An ABC article reports that the company was unable to do the trials in Colorado due to federal restrictions. Vanuatu offered a number of benefits, including a pristine environment for growing the crop and the opportunity to work with the Vanuatu Ministry of Health.
The maker of Oreo biscuits, as well as Chips Ahoy cookies, Nutter Butter cookies, Nilla Wafers and Cadbury Chocolate are apparently considering adding CBD to their products.
Cannabidiol has received lots of attention in recent years for its possible health benefits. As one of the many compounds found in the cannabis plant, cannabidiol remains slightly controversial.