CBD oil is increasingly being used by athletes. Since 2018, they can do so without fear, because the World Anti-Doping Agency removed the specification from the list of doping substances. However, cannabidiol will work well not only for people training professionally. The regenerative and anti-inflammatory properties of the oil will be appreciated by everyone who …[read more]
The difference between marijuana and cannabis
It’s time to clear up any doubts that have arisen about the difference between cannabis (marijuana) and industrial hemp (hemp). Why is there so much controversy surrounding this plant while at the same time its potential health benefits are always mentioned? The truth is that there are more similarities than differences between the two strains, …[read more]
Three things you need to know before buying CBD oil
We know more and more about the health-promoting properties of CBD oils, so it’s no wonder that interest in their use is growing. Cannabinoids, terpenes and flavonoids contained in the oils have a positive effect on immunity, regulate sleep-wake rhythm and appetite, have an analgesic and relaxing effect. To date, the best known is the …[read more]
CBD for good sleep and causes of insomnia
Insomnia is a serious disorder of the human body. Regular problems with sleep negatively affect the mood and health. More and more often the topic arises: CBD oil and sleep. How cannabidiolic acid will help fight insomnia? Why do some people struggle with lack of restful sleep? What makes you unable to fall …[read more]
What are terpenes?
What are the terpenes contained in hemp and CBD oil? The psychoactive cannabinoids contained in certain species of hemp (Cannabis sativa L.) have long been in the spotlight, but the rich and complex world of compounds is right under our noses – untapped and irreplaceable. Nowhere is this more evident than with terpenes. Terpenes, of …[read more]
What is cannabidiol – CBD?
Domesticated more than 6,000 years ago in China, hemp produces more than 400 different organic compounds. The two main groups of biologically active molecules contained in hemp are terpenes and cannabinoids such as cannabidiol, or CBD. Cannabinoids are chemical compounds that can affect the functioning of the human nervous system. Hemp biosynthesizes over …[read more]
Is Growing High-CBD Cannabis Different from Growing High-THC Cannabis?
If you’re thinking about growing hemp or high-CBD strains of cannabis in order to harvest the CBD, you may be wondering how similar the process is to growing cannabis for THC. The process is remarkably similar, but not exactly the same. On a biological and legal level, the only difference between hemp and high-CBD or …[read more]