Over the years, there have been many health supplements come to light which have proved to be, shall we say, marginally successful at best. Some have proved to be fairly successful, yet there are a select few which have proved to be real game changers in the world of health and wellbeing and CBD is most certainly one of them.
Treatment for Ulcerative colitis (UC) is generally focused on the relief of symptoms and minimizing episodes. To maintain some quality of life and to continue with daily activities it is common for people to use alternative treatments, such as cannabidiol (CBD).
Hemp & hemp derived CBD oil is a topic we are frequently asked about and is a source of much confusion. In the space of around 2 years, we have gone from hemp being a banned substance to a universal panacea which has exploded on to the market.
With so much false information spread online about CBD oil, one of the most common questions we receive from consumers relates to the difference between CBD oil from hemp and from marijuana.
“In 2018, a farm bill passed that made the production of industrial hemp legal in the United States. This has opened doors for the legalization of the cannabis compound cannabidiol (CBD) — although you still need to check your local laws for legality in your area.
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.
The term Marijuana refers to a couple of things. In some areas it is used in reference to the Cannabis sativa plant as a whole, in other cases it refers more to a drug derived from the plant.
Cannabis is a genus of flowering plants that belong to the Cannabaceae family. But it is more interesting than that. Here is an overview of what I discovered.
You will find the name ‘hemp’ bantered around the internet a lot lately. It seems to be included in many products. So what is hemp?