April 1st, 2019
People use cannabis as a sleep enhancer and CBD can influence the quality of our sleep. Poor sleep quality can seriously affect our health and safety. Non-psychotropic CBD oils and extracts might help with insomnia and other sleep disorders, with no side effects.
March 29th, 2019
The notable psychoactive cannabinoid found in some strains of Cannabis sativa L. has long held public attention, but now it's time to explore the benefits of the powerful cannabinoid CBD and how it works with other compounds to encourage amazing outcomes.
March 25th, 2019
The Entourage Effect is proof that there’s much more to hemp than meets the eye. Explore the difference between ingesting cannabinoids in their isolated form versus consuming them in the presence of other powerful hemp molecules.
March 22nd, 2019
CBD is taking the world by storm as more individuals realise the power of this unique cannabinoid. In fact, children with a rare form of epilepsy may benefit from CBD to reduce the symptoms of the often-fatal disease. Read on to see why some doctors are suggesting non-psychoactive cannabinoids for kids.
March 18th, 2019
We wouldn’t wish physical pain upon anyone, but the concept of pain is an incredibly fascinating one. All humans feel pain differently. Pain can exist even when there is no cause, and some individuals cannot feel pain at all. You may think that this is a fantastic attribute to have, but the sensation of pain is essential for human survival.
March 15th, 2019
Safety is a primary concern for pet owners, so it is important to understand how CBD may be beneficial for your pet. Below, we explore how this cannabinoid influences animals and whether it is okay to safely administer to your furry friends.
March 11th, 2019
CBD oil is used as medicine, as a health supplement and in cosmetic products. Made from the flowers, stalks and leaves of the cannabis plant, it contains high levels of cannabidiol, but at most, trace amounts of THC.
March 8th, 2019
Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) encompasses several conditions linked to autism. With the diagnoses of ASD on the rise, is it due to an increase in cases or better identification of ASD symptoms? We review groundbreaking research that could point to the endocannabinoid system as a means of improving the treatment of ASD.