A few of the important phytocannbiniods of hemp including CBD.
With all of the cbd excitement these days there is an influx of information on the internet about cannabinol. The unfortunate reality is that due to the FDA not allowing CBD companies to advertise, the regular business advertising platforms are not allowing companies to advertise such as google or facebook. This leaves companies having people who are not well versed writing tons of articles about CBD and many are incorrect. In this article we will discuss the three main types of CBD extracts that are the base of the CBD products on the market.
We live in an exciting age for the revamp of hemp in our daily lives. We are quickly getting back to our roots in the United States as a country that utilizes the many benefits of hemp. Our constitution was written on hemp paper and George Washington and Thomas Jefferson also were avid hemp farmers.
The CBD industry is driven by the use of hemp that is extracted with various methods. The most common is alcohol extraction because it is the most cost effective of all methods. Alcohol extraction process...
Hemp and humanity have had an ongoing relationship for over 10,000 years when the Chinese first started utilizing this versatile crop for rope making.
Can anyone guess what this is being towed by horses above on this 1914 issued US 10 dollar? Or what it was printed on? You probably guessed it hemp. The founding fathers of the United States saw hemp as the crop that was to help fuel industrialization as seen above on this bill. In 1937, the same lobbyists that controlled our country, alcohol, paper, tobacco, cotton, and petroleum industries banned both...
The Endocannabinoid SystemWhile the endocannabinoid system is a relatively recent discovery, science has found that it plays an important role in modulating pleasure, energy, and well being. Considering civilizations as far back as 30,000 years were using hemp. The science of CBD has about 29,900 years of catching up to do. In 1988 scientists discovered the cannabinoid-1 (CB1) receptor. The system essentially keeps track of the body building itself: anabolism or breaking down: catabolism. These interactions include endocannabinoids with endorphins, cytokines, growth factors, hormones, immune cells, cell regeneration.
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