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CBD vs Hemp Seed Oil

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With so much interest in CBD (cannabidiol) lately, there is a lot of confusion surrounding the terminology of various CBD oil products and where they come from. Hopefully, this short article will clear things up. First off, let’s discuss Cannabis, since that is the source of CBD. Cannabis is a family of plants with two primary classifications — Indica and Sativa. Both Hemp and Marijuana are species of the Cannabis Sativa family. However, there is a huge distinction when comparing Hemp vs Marijuana. Hemp contains very low concentrations of the psychoactive compound THC (0.3% or less), while Marijuana is abundant in THC with concentrations...

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CBD Tincture Guide

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CBD Dosage Guide In some respects, figuring out how much CBD you should take is more of an art than a science. While any CBD product you purchase will come with its own dose guidelines, experiences can vary. The ideal CBD dose for you usually depends primarily on your body weight, but it can also be influenced by other factors, such as your personal body chemistry, your age, and any other health conditions you have. Unfortunately, because it is not yet regulated by the FDA, no official dosing guidelines for CBD exist. However, there are best practices and general rules...

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Everything You Need to Know About Emu Oil

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Everything You Need to Know About Emu Oil What is emu oil made from? Emu oil is made from the fat of an emu. The emu is a flightless bird, native to Australia, that looks similar to the ostrich. According to The New York Times, one bird produces about 250 ounces of oil. Most farmers only raise emus for their fat, but some try to use as much of the bird as possible, from its meat to its skin, which is made into leather. Whether or not your emu oil comes from an ethical source depends on the manufacturer. Emu oil...

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Menthol for chronic pain relief

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Menthol for chronic pain relief Kaitlin Morrison June 4, 2019 3 minute read Menthol uses associate with chronic pain, but be aware of correct usages Approximately one in five Americans struggle with some type of chronic pain according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, with roughly 8% reportedly having “high-impact chronic pain.” Whereas chronic pain is defined as pain that lasts for six months or more and exists on at least half of those days, a United States National Pain Strategy for Population Research published in The Journal of Pain explains that high-impact chronic pain is pain that results in a “substantial restriction of participation in...

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