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hemp buds with He Shou Wu and anise, food supplement; 80 g

In this product, we combined ground hemp buds with fleece flower (he shou wu) and added homemade anise for the beneficial effect on the stomach.

Composition:

● Wild harvested he shou wu extract powder (Fo-ti) – 10:1 potency (60 %)
● hemp buds (Cannabis sativa L. var. sativa) powder (30 %)
● anise powder (10 %)

● 100 g powder preparation
● 1 teaspoon (3,3 g) contains:
● 2 g fleece flower extract powder;
● 1 g hemp buds powder;
● 0,3 g anise powder;
● 1 dose contains a minimum of 5 mg of CBD and less than 0.2% THC.

Pour hot water or some other liquid over a single teaspoon of powder. Alternatively, you can mix the powder into food (e.g. yoghurt, drinks) and swallow.

Primary packaging:

● plastic (PET) container with cover (W x D x H: 63 x 63 x 113 mm)

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#1 – Hemp and Marijuana are not created equal.

There is a lot of confusion about the difference between hemp and marijuana since the two plants look identical. Though they are both varieties of cannabis, they are not the same. Hemp belongs to the species Cannabis sativa L and it contains 0.3% or less of the psychoactive compound delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). In contrast, marijuana plants contain 5% to 20% of THC. Another difference is that hemp plants usually contain significantly more cannabidiol (CBD) which is a compound that actually counteracts the psychoactivity of THC and has significant medical benefits.

#2 – You cannot get high from smoking or ingesting hemp.

Hemp does not contain enough THC to produce any psychoactive effects. As Dr. David P. West explains in his article Hemp and Marijuana: Myths & Realities on the North American Industrial Hemp Council’s website, the trace amounts of THC in hemp are blocked by the high percentage of cannabidiol (CBD) in it. If you ingested CBD oil or smoked hemp, you wouldn’t get a buzz.

#3 – Buying hemp products is legal in the U.S. in all 50 states.

Hemp oil, dietary hemp seeds, and other hemp products are legal in all 50 states but it is not legal to grow hemp in most states. Even though marijuana and hemp are two different plants, the federal government considers all cannabis plants a Schedule 1 Substance. According to Vote Hemp, only fifteen states— Colorado, California, Oregon, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, Utah, Kentucky, Indiana, South Carolina, Delaware, Vermont, Maine, West Virginia and Hawaii—allow industrial hemp farming for commercial purposes and/or research. This might change if the government passes the Industrial Hemp Farming Act of 2015. If you think that it should be legal to grow hemp in all 50 states, please let your senators and congressmen know by signing our petition on Change.org.

#4 – Cannabidiol (CBD) is found in hemp
Hemp contains at least 85 chemicals called cannabinoids. Cannabinoids are a class of diverse chemical compounds that act on cannabinoid receptors in cells that repress neurotransmitter release in the brain. Cannabidiol is one of those chemicals. It has been linked to pain relief and reduced inflammation as noted in this report from the National Cancer Institute. According to “Cannabidiol-Recent Advances,” a scientific research article published in Chemistry & Biodiversity in 2007, it appears to relieve nausea, anxiety, inflammation and convulsion. It is an active ingredient in CBD hemp oil (CBDPure), hemp oil capsules and many other health products made with hemp seed oil.

#5 – Hemp can be used to make more than 25,000 different kinds of environmentally friendly products from health foods and beauty products to paper supplies and even building materials.

In 1938, the magazine Popular Mechanics called hemp the “New Billion Dollar Crop” because researchers had discovered that hemp could be used to manufacture over 25,000 different kinds of products “from cellophane to dynamite.” With our technological advances today we are constantly discovering even more ways to use this incredibly versatile plant.

#6 – Eating hemp can be great for your health.

Hemp seeds and hemp oil are rich in magnesium, iron, and vitamin E along with the healthy fats omega-3 and omega-6. (If you want the full skinny on hemps nutritional value, check it out on Self Nutrition Data). Hemp is also a complete protein which makes it a great plant-based protein source for vegans and vegetarians. Many people enjoy eating hemp seeds in salads, yogurt, cereals, granola and smoothies. Though hemp oil should not be used for high-heat cooking, it can be used in the kitchen too. (It makes a great salad dressing!) You can also find delicious substitute dairy products made from hemp and hemp protein powders.

#7 – Clinical and scientific researchers have discovered that CBD is a potential treatment for a wide range of conditions.

Hemp has been used in medicine for thousands of years but the scientific community has only begun to extensively research it over the last few decades. Through their research, they have learned that CBD is the compound in hemp that is primarily responsible for its medicinal benefits. According to the National Cancer Institute, CBD is thought to have significant analgesic and anti-inflammatory activity without the psychoactive effect (high) of THC. Project CBD houses links to an extensive collection of clinical and scientific studies that name CBD as a possible treatment for more than 20 different medical conditions including arthritis, acne, alcoholism, chronic pain, diabetes, depression, epilepsy, MS, PTSD, Parkinson’s disease, schizophrenia, and other neurological disorders.

#8 – Hemp farming and production is great for the environment.

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Cbd business opportunities

In the last few years, CBD oil has grown from a niche alternative treatment to a multimillion-dollar market. The growth rate suggests that by 2022 the CBD market will expand to over $2.5 billion. As more people discover the benefits of CBD, the medical community and legislators alike are taking notice. CBD is used on a daily basis by millions of people, and because of the credibility given to it by doctors, researchers, and lawmakers who support it, more people are trying CBD for the first time every day.

Whether you use CBD yourself or you’re just interested in the industry, now is a fantastic time to enter the market and open your own online CBD store. Shift4Shop has everything you need to handle this unique industry and tap into the huge opportunities offered by the CBD market. You’ll have access to the most powerful eCommerce tools available for starting your store, reaching your customers, and getting the brand recognition that leads to a successful business.

Understanding CBD and CBD Products

There is a lot of confusion around CBD products due to its relationship with marijuana, so let’s go over the facts. CBD is short for cannabidiol, a compound found in all cannabis plants. What makes CBD oils different is that they do not contain THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) which is the compound responsible for the “high” associated with marijuana. CBD itself is completely non-psychoactive, meaning it does not affect the brain like THC does. Instead, CBD provides several positive health effects that have been thoroughly documented, although the FDA has not yet evaluated these claims.

Misunderstandings about CBD have led to legal problems for various companies in some states, but fortunately the difficult times have passed as CBD is now understood and valued throughout the US. Today, it is legal to sell CBD nationwide as long as it remains within the minimum THC limit of 0.3%, which is a negligible amount that does not affect the brain. If you want to sell CBD online, you can start your business without issues as long as you follow a few simple rules (like getting any required licensing and not making direct medical claims on your website).

People take CBD for a variety of reasons including severe or painful conditions and anxiety relief. Everyone who uses CBD also has their own preferred method of taking it, which can be anything from vaping it to swallowing a pill. As a CBD seller, it’s important for you to understand the types of CBD products available and how they are used, as well as which types of customers the different products appeal to.

CBD Tinctures

A tincture is a concentrated extract made by soaking herbs in very strong alcohol for long periods of time, or in the case of CBD tinctures, by combining natural hemp oil with alcohol or another solvent. Tinctures are administered by placing a few drops of the liquid under the tongue. Only a small amount is needed for a dose because they are so highly concentrated. This method of administering CBD appeals to people who want the fastest way to take CBD and feel its effects quickly.

CBD Edibles

Edibles are all types of food containing CBD, and can include gummies or chews, hard candies, chocolate, cookies, and even beverages. Edibles are popular among customers who like to take their CBD in the form of a tasty treat. Since edibles are food products, they’re subject to additional regulations that vary by state. These include food safety regulations as well as packaging requirements like childproof containers.

CBD Isolates

An isolate is a pure substance that has been extracted from its source and refined into a powder. CBD isolate has been processed to remove all the other natural plant substances such as chlorophyll and wax and leave only pure CBD behind. Isolates are colorless and flavorless and can be used in a similar way to tinctures, or can be added as an ingredient to infuse CBD into a variety of foods and beverages. Isolates are popular with customers who like to mix their own CBD products at home.

CBD Capsules

CBD capsules are just like any other gelatin capsule or softgel: a fast, convenient way to administer a dose of its ingredients. Capsules are quicker to use than tinctures and isolates, and are often favored by customers who want to avoid edibles or just want to take CBD in a familiar way. Many people are used to taking multivitamins or medications in capsule form, so capsules are often a natural starting point for customers new to CBD.

CBD Vaporizers and Vape Concentrates

Inhalation is a popular method for CBD delivery because, much like with tinctures, the CBD is absorbed directly into the bloodstream and so provides immediate effects. CBD concentrates can be vaped similarly to nicotine e-liquids, so vape supply stores often expand into CBD or vice versa (learn more about selling vape online). Traditional smoking methods like water pipes are also popular, but some CBD retailers find these products troublesome due to drug paraphernalia laws (regardless of their use with legal CBD) and the difficulty of shipping complicated glass items.

CBD Topical Formulations

A CBD topical formulation is a cream, salve, lotion, gel, or other preparation made to be rubbed into the skin. These products can be applied directly to inflamed or painful areas similar to other pain relief ointments. They also provide an alternative for customers who don’t like to take CBD orally. These treatments can also include other ingredients like menthol to provide a cooling sensation. CBD can also be used in massage oils.

CBD Patches

Patches are another method for absorbing CBD through the skin. Similar to nicotine patches and various types of pain relief patches, CBD patches gradually release their ingredients into the body over the course of the day. Customers prefer CBD patches when they need to maintain a low, consistent dosage throughout many hours, or just for the convenience of patches over other methods. Patches are also useful when a person won’t have access to other CBD products during the day or won’t have a chance to take them.

CBD for Pets

CBD has been shown to have similar effects on animals as it has on humans, so it’s popular with people who have pets that suffer from pain or anxiety — even if the customer doesn’t use any CBD themselves. Since animals can have much more sensitive systems than humans, CBD oils for pets should be specially formulated to ensure their safety. CBD for pets can also come in flavors like fish and bacon to make it more appealing to cats and dogs.

Summary of CBD Products and Accessories You Can Sell:

  • CBD tinctures
  • CBD vaporizers and concentrates
  • CBD edibles
  • CBD topical formulations
  • CBD isolates
  • CBD patches
  • CBD capsules
  • CBD for pets

This list is a summary of hundreds of individual products which can all be sold quite successfully through an online CBD store. Customers will also need to restock their CBD products, including their preferred concentrates and delivery methods which could include numerous types of vaping accessories. If you build your CBD eCommerce website with advanced software like Shift4Shop, you can make the reordering process much easier for your customers by implementing a subscription service for needed products. You can also offer product bundles, like edible variety packs, CBD vape starter sets, and more.

How to Choose a CBD Supplier

Choosing a CBD supplier is a very important decision that will affect the quality of your products, the satisfaction of your customers, and the reputation of your brand. Because of the famous health benefits of CBD, “fake” CBD oils are found in stores everywhere. These oils are considered not to be true CBD because they’re derived from hemp seeds, which contain very little CBD, rather than from the stalks and leaves of the plant where the most CBD is found. It’s crucial for your business that you choose a manufacturer that makes genuine CBD that will have the health effects your customers want — this way, you can immediately differentiate your business from the brands that provide no benefit and only seek to cash in on a trend.

When evaluating a CBD supplier, find out as much as you can about their manufacturing process. Remember that you want to sell CBD oil products derived from industrial hemp with a THC content of less than 0.3%, processed from the plant itself and not the seeds. Here are some other considerations to keep in mind when looking at suppliers.

Medical Claims

CBD retailers are not allowed to make medical claims on their websites, and neither are suppliers. Even though research has shown many potential benefits and most people who use CBD report positive effects from it, the FDA hasn’t yet evaluated these statements. CBD suppliers, including both wholesalers and consumer-level retailers, are required to display the FDA’s disclaimer on their website. If you’re looking at a supplier who makes medical claims about their CBD products, be aware that these statements have no FDA backing. Don’t choose a supplier based on medical claims — and if the supplier has particularly bold claims on their website (e.g. “cures cancer,”) you may wish to avoid that supplier entirely, as breaking this rule means the supplier may be breaking others as well.

Pricing

As a business owner, you should always look for ways to lower your costs as long as you don’t compromise on the quality of your merchandise. CBD suppliers’ pricing can vary greatly, and sometimes this is reflected in the quality of the product. For example, higher-priced CBD products are often more pure and potent — but this isn’t always the case. Make sure you learn as much as possible about the supplier so you can learn whether the quality of their products justifies the pricing. Likewise, stay away from suppliers who sell at abnormally cheap prices. These rock-bottom prices are almost always a sign of cutting corners and producing an inferior product.

Hemp Sourcing

Europe and the United States both have long histories of hemp farming due to the quality of products made from hemp, such as rope and textiles, even before CBD was understood. Today, the US and Europe are home to some of the best hemp farmers in the world, although not all European countries that grow hemp do so for CBD extraction. Other countries throughout the world also grow hemp for various uses that may not permit usage for CBD. Hemp farming was also banned in the US for over 50 years and is still illegal in some states. It is important that your CBD supplier obtains hemp from a reputable farm that produces high-quality crops such as those found in the US and Europe. If your supplier grows their own hemp, investigate to ensure they’re following industry best practices.

Extraction Method and CoA

There are a variety of processes that are used to extract CBD from industrial hemp, and the process used has an effect on the quality of the product. The best of these processes is CO2 extraction because it results in CBD oils that are free of contaminants, unlike other methods that can leave chemicals behind in the oil. Choose a manufacturer that uses CO2 extraction if at all possible. You should also be able to access a CoA (certificate of analysis) from the supplier that lists the exact levels of CBD, THC, and any other substances in the product. Different suppliers’ CoAs might look different, but always check for results from pesticide testing, microbiological testing (for mold and bacteria), and residual solvents testing (to identify any remaining chemicals from the extraction process). If the CoA isn’t posted on the supplier’s website, always request a copy before purchasing inventory.

Extra Services

Some CBD suppliers offer additional services like dropshipping and private labeling. While the quality of the product should come first, it’s also very helpful to know if a supplier can provide these services. If you’re planning on dropshipping your CBD products, this option is crucial to your business model. In addition, private labeling allows you to sell fully branded products with your own business name and logo, which helps you become established in the industry and start earning the trust of your customers.

High-Quality CBD Wholesalers

Whether you plan to stock inventory or sell by dropshipping, the quality of your supply chain makes all the difference. It’s also vital to choose a supplier that’s right for your business and can get your products to you in a timely fashion. Since the CBD industry is growing, it’s becoming easier to find good suppliers that will work well with you.

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As CBD Market Booms, Wholesale CBD Presents New Opportunities for Health and Wellness Businesses

Thanks to wholesale CBD products and bulk CBD oil, innovative entrepreneurs can get in on the booming, soon-to-be $1B hemp CBD market through a number of CBD business opportunities.

Whether you’re a hungry entrepreneur interested in creating your own enterprise, a retailer who wants to offer CBD to your customers, or simply a health professional looking to improve the experience of your clients, the booming CBD market offers a unique business opportunity.

Thanks to wholesale and bulk CBD , you can sell finished CBD hemp oil products or formulate and offer your own CBD brand. This means that you have a number of choices in how you enter the CBD market.

CBD is one of the fastest growing verticals in business today. Here’s why and how you can take advantage of CBD business opportunities.

Take Advantage of Growing CBD Market

Now more than ever is an exciting time to get involved with the CBD market. The demand for CBD oral products and CBD body care products has surged in recent years , presenting a unique opportunity to become a successful CBD retailer.

CBD hemp oil is one of the fastest growing health products on the market today. Already a $100 million industry, the CBD market is expected to grow over 700% and balloon to $2.1 billion by 2020 .

The American public is more knowledgable of the potential balancing properties of cannabinoids like CBD than ever before. Thanks to reports of the benefits that often lead national news cycles, consumers and clients have become increasingly aware of the thousands of studies that have been conducted on CBD and are hoping to incorporate these potential wellness benefits into their daily lives.

CBD hemp oil, full of the beneficial cannabinoid CBD, has taken the natural wellness world by storm and today its benefits are reaching everyone — from children to seniors and even dogs and cats .

As such, there’s no better time for entrepreneurs and innovative business-minded folk to take advantage by adding CBD to their offerings for clients or customers. Through wholesale CBD distributing, white label CBD products, and bulk CBD opportunities, it is easier than ever to break into the CBD market. Are you ready to take advantage of these new CBD business opportunities?

Types of Businesses Selling CBD

Business owners and entrepreneurs from around the country are taking advantage of becoming wholesalers and distributors of our award-winning CBD products.

As a CBD wholesaler, you can offer your customers, clients, or patients Medical Marijuana, Inc.’s world-renowned CBD oil brands, like Real Scientific Hemp Oil™ and Dixie Botanicals®. Medical Marijuana, Inc. offers a number of product types through our internationally recognized hemp oil brands, making it easy to sell CBD in your store or office.

More and more businesses are offering CBD hemp oil products to meet the growing demand of their customers and clients, including:

  • Medical professionals are increasingly offering CBD oil products in their health clinics, wellness centers, and doctor’s offices .
  • Health food stores are adding CBD products to their shelves, as more customers look for the nutritional and balancing benefits of hemp oil products.
  • Bakeries and cafes are infusing CBD into their foods and beverages to offer health-conscious customers an easy option for getting their daily CBD.
  • Cannabis dispensaries and smoke shops offer our hemp-based CBD products, understanding there’s a market opportunity with customers interested in benefiting from the balancing properties of CBD without having the deal with the high of products containing high THC.
  • Understanding how the balancing properties of CBD can help the body run at its peak, health and wellness professionals like personal trainers, nutritionists, chiropractors, masseuses and sports coaches are offering hemp-CBD oil products to their clients.
  • Veterinary clinics and dog walkers may offer CBD products for our furry friends.
  • A growing number of businesses are distributing our award-winning CBD products online , creating for themselves nearly endless opportunities as a CBD wholesaler.

Hemp-derived CBD products are not only non-intoxicating and safe to use by people of all ages, they are also federally legal to purchase, sell, and ship throughout the entire U.S., no prescription needed.

Create Your Own Products with Bulk CBD

Interested in creating and selling your own line of CBD products? Those looking to formulate new CBD products can also purchase Medical Marijuana, Inc. ’s safe and reliable pure CBD hemp oil and CBD isolate in bulk to create their own unique CBD products.

We offer three different types of CBD oil for formulation, including raw, decarboxylated, and filtered CBD oils, plus 99 percent pure CBD isolate. Our bulk oil and CBD isolate can be formulated into a wide variety of products, allowing you to make nearly any item in your shop CBD infused.

With bulk CBD oil and isolate, you can create your own CBD infused:

  • Essential oil blends
  • Flavored tinctures
  • Vaporizer e-liquids
  • Pet treats
  • Topically applied salves
  • Nutritional powders
  • Anti-aging body care products
  • Cosmetics and hair products
  • Edibles like candy, coffee, and other assorted foods and beverages

Our hemp oil’s dependable consistency and purity is just what you need to create the CBD products your customers, clients, and patients will love.

Learn More About Wholesale and Bulk CBD

Medical Marijuana, Inc. has been retailing our CBD hemp oil since 2012, refining the manufacturing pipeline to ensure the safest and highest quality CBD products on the market.

When you work with Medical Marijuana, Inc. as a wholesaler, you can be confident that the bulk hemp oil or finished hemp oil products you purchase are safe and reliable.

Learn more about how you can work with Medical Marijuana, Inc. to create new CBD business opportunities here .

Thanks to wholesale CBD and bulk CBD oil, innovative entrepreneurs can get in on the booming, soon-to-be $1B hemp CBD market.

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Does CBD taste so bad, and why?

CBD oil is made from ingredients that come from the cannabis plant. Usually, it is relatively tasteless, but if you use CBD rich extract, it may have a unique taste. It is so because the extract comes from stems, leaves, and flowers of the plant, and it preserves its all-natural compounds that create the original flavor.

If you taste CBD oil earthy, nutty, or grass-like, this is down to the fact the product is natural, safe, and non-toxic. The more pleasant flavor the oil has, it can be a sign the product includes some artificial flavoring agents.

Are terpenes responsible for taste?

Terpenes are aromatic oils secreted in the same glands that produce cannabinoids. They add to distinctive cannabis flavors. According to scientific findings, there are hundreds of different terpenes, each of which possesses unique medicinal properties. Some terpenes, in combination with CBD oil, might promote relaxation and stress-relief, others have anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial effects 1 .

Considering each terpene has its specific flavor, they play a crucial role in differentiating the effects of various cannabis strains. Consumers may also benefit from this quality since they learn how to recognize a unique terpene type.

For example, myrcene terpene has an herbal taste. Pinene terpene tastes like pine, caryophyllene – pepper, limonene – citrus, terpinolene – fruity. Myrcene 2 and pinene 1 terpenes have a calming effect. Limonene 3 and terpinolene 1 terpenes show significant energizing properties.

How to mask CBD oil taste?

The taste can vary depending on the person’s own unique taste buds/preferences. Many people enjoy the unique taste of CBD, but others tend to have problems and cannot tolerate it at all. If you want to mask CBD oil taste, follow these tips:

  • If you use CBD oil as a pain relief supplement, think of CBD topicals like gels or balms. You may rub them directly on the skin that can be equally effective against skin problems, muscles, and joints pain.
  • Try out CBD capsules instead of oil tincture or drops. It is a great way to ingest CBD without tasting the hemp at all. Also, capsules are comfortable when you need a small concentration of the product over a more extended period.
  • Have some food after taking CBD dose to hide the taste of the oil. The most popular foods people use with CBD are dark chocolate, peanut butter, yogurt, and ice cream.
  • Blend your CBD oil serving into your morning fruit or milk smoothie. The fruits like strawberries and pineapple can easily mask the earthy taste.
  • Hold the oil under your tongue for at least a minute, and then have a drink to wash away the hemp taste. Another good option is to take fruit juice or lemon water with CBD oil.
  • Brush your teeth just before use, and it’s mint flavor will help you to mask CBD taste.

And remember that taste is not always the most important thing to worry about. Find a reputable manufacturer and experiment around until you find the product that gives you the best results.

Does CBD taste so bad, and why? CBD oil is made from ingredients that come from the cannabis plant. Usually, it is relatively tasteless, but if you use CBD rich extract, it may have a unique

What Does CBD Oil Taste Like?

You’re used to medicine being a little bit bitter, which is why the taste of CBD oil doesn’t bother you. With Secret Nature CBD flower, you can even enjoy the original flavor profile of budding cannabis, which everyone agrees tastes much better than CBD oil tinctures.

CBD users generally report that CBD-rich hemp oil tastes reasonably bitter with a distinct earthy flavor. In some cases, users may also report a hint of sweetness, but overall, CBD tastes like what it is–medicine. Some CBD tinctures are infused with artificial or natural flavors, but we like to keep things simple at Secret Nature by offering an unflavored tincture with beneficial ingredients like black seed oil and peppermint oil.

The strong taste that most users report in association with CBD is natural, and it’s a reminder that your CBD-rich cannabis is full of terpenes, cannabinoids, and other compounds that contribute to its unique effects. Dive into the taste of CBD oil with Secret Nature, and learn about all the amazing flavors you can experience when you try our products.

Should CBD oil have a taste?

That depends. First, let’s cover the flavor basics for each of the main three forms of CBD extract:

  • Isolate CBD: This type of CBD consists solely of isolated cannabidiol, so it doesn’t have an earthy taste. Instead, isolate CBD mainly tastes bitter.
  • Broad-spectrum CBD: With the THC removed, broad-spectrum CBD oil might taste slightly different than full-spectrum CBD.
  • Full-spectrum CBD: As a whole-plant extract, full-spectrum CBD oil contains the full medley of terpenes, cannabinoids, and other oils present in cannabis flower. Full-spectrum CBD products tend to have the strongest taste.

So, CBD should have a very noticeable taste when it is in broad-spectrum or full-spectrum form, and isolate CBD has a milder taste. There are some tastes that you never want to have in your CBD oil, however:

  • Sweeteners: Some CBD tinctures contain sweeteners to mask the natural taste of hemp. Rather than putting you at risk of diabetes by adding needless sugar, we decided to include natural flavor-enhancers like peppermint oil in our Organic Hemp Flower Nectar instead.
  • Flavorings: Natural flavors might be okay, but there’s simply no excuse for contaminating CBD oil with toxic artificial flavoring agents.
  • Dyes: Why would you want to change the color of hemp oil? We don’t know either, but it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to know that food dye has no place in CBD tinctures.
  • Contaminants: That odd taste in your cheap CBD oil might be nothing, or it might be a dangerous contaminant. Make sure that the company you’re working with provides detailed lab testing for quality assurance.

What is CBD oil supposed to taste like?

CBD oil should taste pure, fresh, and inviting. A word to experienced cannabis users–CBD is nothing like THC, and that extends to this cannabinoid’s flavors and sensations as well. Repeated THC inhalation can hurt the throat and cause a cough, but THC doesn’t cause much of a burn on the way in. CBD, however, may naturally cause a brief sensation of heat as it is inhaled. With that said, inhaling CBD over time appears to be much milder than inhaling THC.

If you notice anything odd about the taste of your CBD, stop using the off-flavor product at once. Generally speaking, CBD oil should taste earthy with hints of sunflower seed and walnut, and of course, CBD-rich hemp oil tastes quite a bit like hemp seeds or hemp seed oil.

Chlorophyll? Yuck!

Green and useful, chlorophyll is an important part of every plant. It doesn’t taste very good, however, which is why cannabis extraction methods that remove chlorophyll should always be preferred.

Most experts agree that it isn’t dangerous to ingest chlorophyll, but the presence of this substance transforms hemp oil from something mildly bitter to a substance so plant-tasting that it almost can’t be consumed orally. In addition, the presence of excessive levels of chlorophyll in CBD-rich hemp oil could be a sign that inferior extraction methods were used.

What does hemp oil taste like?

That all depends on which type of hemp oil we’re talking about. It’s common to use the term “hemp oil” to refer to two very different substances, so it’s important to clarify a few vocabulary points before we proceed.

Hemp seed oil vs. CBD-rich hemp oil

Hemp seed oil is extracted from the seeds of the hemp plant. During the flowering phase, Cannabis sativa can be stimulated to produce either seeds or cannabinoids, and these seeds have profound nutritional value. Hemp seeds are not high in cannabinoids or terpenes, however, which makes vaping or smoking hemp seed oil useless and perhaps even dangerous.

CBD-rich hemp oil, on the other hand, is not extracted from the seeds of cannabis plants. Instead, it’s extracted from plants that took a different route: expressing as many terpenes and cannabinoids as possible during a brief window leading up to optimum harvestability. Therefore, CBD-rich hemp oil contains high levels of cannabidiol, and other types of hemp flower extract might be high in THC, CBG, or any of the dozens of other discovered cannabinoids.

Culinary uses of each extract

While hemp seed oil and CBD-rich hemp oil taste similar, connoisseurs can tell the difference. Then, of course, there’s the more obvious dissimilarity between the intended purposes of each type of cannabis extract. Hemp seed oil is mainly prized for its nutritional value, but hemp flower extract is used for its purported medical qualities. Cooking with either substance therefore requires an understanding of the taste profiles, benefits, and detractors of both hemp seed and hemp flower extract.

Many chefs liken hemp seed oil to olive oil or any other vegetable oil commonly used in cooking. It doesn’t have a very pronounced flavor profile, and it’s easy to drizzle or even cook with at low temperatures. Hemp flower oil, however, has a very strong flavor whether it contains CBD, THC, or any other cannabinoid, and its exact taste profile varies widely depending on the terpenes present and the extraction process used.

Amateur cannabis cooks would be cautioned to use sparing amounts of cannabis flower oil. The omega fatty acids and essential nutrients in hemp seed oil, however, make it the perfect garnish to use liberally on salads, meats, or stir frys.

Does CBD oil get you high?

During the early days of the industry, it was common to say that CBD was “non-psychoactive.” Since then, we’ve learned that this term isn’t as applicable to cannabidiol as we once thought. On the other hand, it’s certainly true that CBD is non-intoxicating; it provides many of the same benefits of THC-rich cannabis without the high.

Tasty terpenes with unique effects

In addition, each of the terpenes present in cannabis oil provides a special effect that adds a unique layer to your vaping, smoking, or ingesting experience. We’ve only just started to scratch the surface when it comes to terpene science, but it’s starting to seem like each terpene has as much potential as any of the discovered cannabinoids. Now is certainly an exciting time to get onboard the terpene trend, and enjoying Secret Nature flower is the best way to experience the power of terpenes no matter where you might live.

Many CBD products don’t contain the full terpene profile present in cannabis flower, which needlessly diminishes their potential. Since Secret Nature CBD flower represents the true power of the supreme cannabis calyx in full bloom, however, it naturally contains the full terpene profile present in hemp. These terpenes are what make each Secret Nature flower strain taste so great, and they also might hold the key to Cannabis sativa‘s therapeutic future.

Flavorful Secret Nature reviews

Our customers frequently take note of the exquisite flavor profiles present in each Secret Nature flower and vape product. Here are some examples of reviews that perfectly showcase just how tasty sinking into a puff of CBD can be:

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Vaping is safer than smoking, and organic is better than conventional. We hope you’ll make the right choices for your lungs, but even smoking isn’t as bad when the incinerated plant matter you’re inhaling is from happy, contaminant-free Cannabis sativa plants like those we cultivate with love here at Secret Nature.

A quick look through our hundreds of verified buyer reviews is enough to prove that we’re a cut above the competition. Our pedigreed flower phenotypes are grown in tightly-controlled indoor conditions under energy-efficient LED lamps, and each flower jar is vacuum-sealed for maximum freshness. We simply care about getting it right more than anyone else, and we enjoy nothing more than passing the fruits of our efficiency and innovation onto our customers.

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5 Common Drugs To Avoid When Taking CBD

By Evelyn Valdez

August 27, 2019 in CBD Blog

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CBD or cannabidiol has been recently popularized due to its numerous medical benefits. The recent passing of the Farm Bill in 2018 has spurred a lot of public interest since CBD provides an alternative to many drugs today. This has caused a significant amount of research to prove CBD’s legitimacy and place in the medical industry.

CBD oil has been used to treat and help many medical illnesses ranging from issues such as pain and inflammation to anxiety. Even though some may doubt CBD’s effectiveness since it can have positive effects in many different ways, many studies have shown that CBD has been both productive and safe to consume.

However, like anything we take into our bodies, there are some unintended risks and side effects when not used properly.

5 Over-the-counter drugs that compete with CBD

Drugs to avoid with CBD

Drug Name Working Ingredient Purpose Compete with CBD
Tylenol Acetaminophen Mild pain and fevers Yes
Advil Ibuprofen Reduce Pain Yes
Motrin Ibuprofen Pain and fever reducer Yes
Walgreens Wal-Finate Chlorpheniramine Allergy relief Yes
CVS Allergy Relief Chlorpheniramine Allergy relief Yes

1) Tylenol

Tylonel is one of the most commonly used pain relievers. This over the counter medicine’s main ingredient is acetaminophen. Acetaminophen is used to treat mild pain and fevers.

Acetaminophen conflicts with CBD when taken together. Both are processed through CYP450, making each drug less effective when processed.

2) Advil

Have you heard anyone say take an advil when something is wrong? Advil is one of the most commonly purchased over the counter medicines. The working ingredient in Advil is ibuprofen. Ibuprofen is used to reduce the hormones that cause inflammation.

Ibuprofen is one of the drugs that interacts with the CYP450. When a drug like Advil and CBD are both ingest, they compete to accomplish the same goal, reduce pain.

3) Motrin

Motrin is Advil’s direct competitor. Similar to Advil, their working ingredient utilizes ibuprofen. Ibuprofen has been a staple when treating pain. Similar to Advil, Motrin is processed through the CYP450. The efficiency of the CYP450 is diminished when multiple drugs are run through its system. CBD targets a lot of the same problems.

4) Walgreens Wal-Finate Allergy Relief Tablets

Walgreens is one of the largest pharmacy chains in America. Their Walgreens brand allergy relief tablets known as Wal-Finate Allergy Relief Tablets is widely used for common allergies. The working ingredient in their product is chlorpheniramine. Chlorpheniramine is an antihistamine and is processed through the CYP450. By taking CBD with this allergy relief tablet, the effectiveness can be diminished.

5) CVS Health 4-Hour Allergy Relief

Similar to how Advil and Motrin are rivals, CVS is the leading competition with Walgreens. Both powerhouses have their own brand of medicine. CVS Health 4-Hour Allergy Relief uses the active ingredient chlorpheniramine to combat allergies as well. CVS brand allergy medicine is also under the list of drugs that can conflict with CBD when both taken.

The Cytochrome P-450 System

The Cytochrome P450, also known as CYP450, is an enzyme family that can be found in the liver. Enzyme’s purposes are to break down specific things. Cytochrome P450 job is specifically to break down drugs that are introduced into our body.

This enzyme is involved in metabolizing over 60% of drugs.

Doctors use CYP450 to gauge the appropriate dosages of medications based on the processing time it takes for the drugs to be active in the system. They calculate the averages of how fast the drugs are processed through the Cytochrome P450.

If only one drug is being ingested and the CYP450 system is healthy, then these averages provide accurate dosage information. Certain substances or an unhealthy CYP450 system can affect the processing times by either making drugs metabolize slower or faster than they would on their own.

Accurate dosage information depends on what drug is being ingested and if the CYP450 system is healthy and optimal. Different or multiple substances along with an unhealthy CYP450 system can dramatically change the time the specific drug’s processing time.

Scientists recommend to only take in one active drug at a given time in order to optimize your systems efficiency.

Here is a common list of drugs that are taken in our society. You might recognize many of these drugs as either over the counter drugs or prescribed medicines. The following drugs interact with the CYP450 system.

The following drugs interact with the CYP450:

  • Steroids
  • HMG CoA reductase inhibitors
  • Calcium channel blockers
  • Antihistamines – allergy relief medicines like CVS / Walgreens Allergy-relief
  • Prokinetics
  • HIV antivirals
  • Acetaminophen – Tylenol
  • Immune modulators
  • Benzodiazepines
  • Antiarrhythmics
  • Antibiotics
  • Anesthetics
  • Antipsychotics
  • Antidepressants
  • Anti-epileptics
  • Beta blockers
  • PPIs
  • NSAIDs – ibuprofen medicines like Advil / Motrin
  • Angiotensin II blockers
  • Oral hypoglycemic agents
  • Sulfonylureas

Why should these drugs be avoided with CBD?

Clinical research has found that CBD inhibits the CYP3A4 and CYP2D6 enzymes. These enzymes are found in liver along with the CYP450. These enzymes can alter the way your body processes drugs. Since CBD may inhibit those enzymes, this can ultimately slow down the metabolization of drugs.

CBD can decrease the lifespan of the prescribed drug when it is induces a CYP enzyme. This thus causes more of the enzyme to be produced.

The CYP450 system metabolizes over 60% of prescribed drugs that enters the system. CBD or cannabinoids may inhibit the enzymes found in the system. This means that prescribed drugs can have a slower time to metabolize, ultimately affecting how your body takes in those drugs.

Final thoughts

The reason why this is important is to ensure that you are receiving the optimum benefits of whichever medicine or supplement you are taking. Although taking these drugs while taking CBD is not dangerous or detrimental, taking both can slow or lower the efficiency.

This is counterproductive because you do not want to be taking more drugs or medicine than your body needs and overload your body. For a full list of drugs, check out our CBD drug interactions article which explains everything you need to know about CBD and other drugs.

Whenever something is wrong, you should always discuss with your primary physician whether or not a medicine is right for you. Every medicine interacts with different medicines in different ways. This will help alleviate risks and bad reactions that CBD or any other drugs may have.

Certain drugs compete with the same body systems that CBD interacts with. Avoid stacking these together!

Can CBD Oil Be Taken with Ibuprofen? [What the Science Says]

Pain and inflammation are part of life. If you’re someone who struggles with pain often, then ibuprofen is probably a good friend of yours. In recent times, however, more and more folks are turning to CBD oil to help manage pain in a more natural way.

This raises the question – can CBD oil be taken with ibuprofen?

Let’s take a look…

CBD Oil vs. Ibuprofen: How Does Ibuprofen Manage Pain?

Ibuprofen is one of the most common non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), first discovered in 1961. Today, it’s an active ingredient in numerous over-the-counter pain-relief drugs, including household names like Motrin and Brufen. Ibuprofen is very effective at eliminating most forms of pain that result from inflammation. It also works well as a fever reducer.

Ibuprofen works by blocking a specific type of hormone known as prostaglandin. Unlike normal hormones, prostaglandins are not secreted by any kind of gland. Rather, they form via chemical reaction at the site they’re needed. This is typically a site in which there has been infection or tissue damage (hence the resulting pain, inflammation, fever, etc).

Ibuprofen limits the number of enzymes produced by cyclooxygenase-2 (COX-2). This results in decreased prostaglandin release when the body experiences injury, leading to lowered inflammation and pain.

It’s important to note that ibuprofen comes with some serious potential side effects, especially when taken in large quantities. Some of these include heartburn, dizziness, high blood pressure, stroke, ulcers (stomach bleeding), and heart attack.

What Makes CBD Different?

Cannabis has been consumed for centuries to help alleviate pain, and now scientists are aiming to find the link between cannabinoids and their anti-inflammatory and analgesic (pain-relieving) potential.

As one of more than 100 cannabinoids found inside the cannabis plant, CBD offers many potential health benefits without causing users to feel “high.” The primary difference between CBD and ibuprofen is the way in which they interact with pain response pathways. CBD binds to CB1 and CB2 receptors, while ibuprofen blocks the COX-2 from producing extra prostaglandins.

The analgesic mechanism of CBD is complex and not as well understood as that of ibuprofen. However, it appears to offer pain relief by inhibiting the action of neurotransmitters.

The analgesic mechanism of CBD is complex, and not as well understood as that of ibuprofen.

According to a 2018 publication in Frontiers of Pharmacology, cannabinoids (like CBD) have an inhibitory effect on neurotransmitters and neuropeptides that are involved in the “activation of descending inhibitory pain pathways, [as well as] reduction of neural inflammation.”

So, as you can see, the differences between CBD and ibuprofen for pain relief are quite distinct. Of course, ibuprofen and CBD are often not enough by themselves to combat pain completely. This leads many to want to use the two drugs in combination. But is using ibuprofen and CBD oil together safe?

How Does CBD Interact with Ibuprofen?

Currently, not much is known about how CBD could interact with other medications – including ibuprofen. More research needs to be done, but research has shown that CBD poses inhibitory action on some enzymes that galvanize drug metabolism.

This means that the risk of experiencing adverse side effects linked to ibuprofen use may increase when the drug is used in conjunction with CBD.

When looking at CBD drug interactions, there are two basic categories:

  • Those that can create a dangerous interaction and therefore, should never be used in conjunction with CBD
  • Those that require you to be cautious when using the two together

Ibuprofen falls into the second category – you should be cautious when using it together with CBD. Since the interaction between the two may either increase or decrease how quickly liver enzymes are able to break down drugs, the overall effects of the ibuprofen may be reduced or intensified.

Dosing and Timing Could Influence How CBD Interacts with Ibuprofen (And Other NSAIDs)

The time at which you take both CBD and ibuprofen may influence how the two drugs interact in your body. This is because spacing out doses of medication helps to reduce the workload on the liver.

For instance, depending on a drug’s half-life (and the dose of the drug), it has the potential to inhibit liver enzymes for a variable timeframe. Therefore, liver enzymes could regain sufficient function by the time the second drug (i.e. CBD) is taken.

The risk of experiencing adverse drug interactions may be lower if you consume ibuprofen and CBD at different times of the day.

The dosage used may also have an effect on any potential interaction of ibuprofen with CBD. When large amounts of CBD and ibuprofen are used together, there may be an increased risk of danger (such as increased stomach bleeding). Some medical experts have speculated that taking low amounts of CBD doesn’t seem to affect the way the liver metabolizes ibuprofen.

Of course, it’s worth noting that everyone responds to drugs differently. Some individuals may be sensitive to certain substances, while others may have little to no reaction. Ultimately, how the body processes medication – and the effect it has – is very much influenced by genetics, body size, age, and so on.

Final Thoughts on CBD and Ibuprofen

While taking low amounts of ibuprofen and CBD will likely not produce severe adverse effects on the body, more research needs to be conducted on the topic. Due to interaction with enzyme activity, there is the potential that CBD may either intensify or reduce the effects of ibuprofen.

Ultimately, it’s best to consult with a doctor or healthcare provider before using CBD oil in conjunction with ibuprofen. They will be able to help you decide whether it’s safe to use CBD oil, and may also be able to offer medical advice regarding the dosage of CBD oil that may be effective without causing any adverse effects.

A lot of people take CBD oil with ibuprofen for pain relief. But is it safe? Here, we explain everything you need to know.

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Just Chill CBD Oil Review

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The notoriety of CBD oil is rising! The main reason for this being its potential health benefits and medical uses. CBD is completely legal and natural. This has led to creation of a number of CBD-based companies. One of them was Just Chill CBD.

Just Chill CBD was a company that worked mainly through its online shop. They proclaimed that their products are 100% clean and clear of cannabinoids. Just Chill CBD emphasized how committed they are to providing users with the highest-quality CBD oil by utilizing science as their friend.

What is Just Chill CBD Oil?

Just Chill CBD had several CBD oils for sale as well as some edibles. All of their CBD hemp oil was said to come from carefully-cultivated hemp plants – not marijuana. Meaning it won’t get you high and won’t cause any psychoactive effects. Just Chill CBD Oil was for those who are looking for relief from the stress or those who can’t get a good night’s sleep.

We say was, because current status of the company is not entirely clear. Their site is no longer in working condition and their social media pages have not been updated in years. This is not a good look for this company.

Just Chill CBD Oil Benefits and Results

CBD is regarded as one of the most important cannabinoids due to its amazing ability to relieve pain. CBD oil is specifically made from seeds and stalks of hemp plants, which makes you feel relaxed and calm and has soothing qualities. CBD oil is discreet and safe to use, any sense of pain or discomfort is quickly relieved when you use it.

Research has uncovered several potential health benefits from using CBD oil.

RELIEVES PAIN

The human body contains a specialized system, the endocannabinoid system (ECS). ECS is a biological system composed of endocannabinoids, which are endogenous lipid-based retrograde neurotransmitters. Researchers discovered that CBD may help reduce chronic pain by impacting endocannabinoid receptor activity, reducing inflammation, and interacting with neurotransmitters.

REDUCES ANXIETY

Anxiety and depression are common mental health disorders that can have devastating impacts on health and wellness. To combat these issues, many people have turned to medical marijuana, CBD oil in particular. The people who were given CBD had significantly less anxiety, cognitive impairment, and discomfort.

MIGRAINES

Another reason many people turn to CBD oil is to alleviate migraines or chronic headaches.

Overall, Just Chill CBD Oil products are aimed at helping people relax and overcome serious health issues such as:

  • Migraines and seizures
  • Chronic Pain and Inflammation
  • Depression
  • Neurological disorders (e.g, multiple sclerosis, Alzheimer’s Disease)

Just Chill CBD Oil Ingredients

JUST CHILL CBD OIL:

One of Just Chill top selling products is their CBD oil with 3 different flavors: Jungle Juice, Strawberry, and Sweet Leaf. Just Chill CBD Oil costs $18.

The ingredients are CBD, VG, and Artificial Flavoring.

JUST CHILL CBD OIL VAPE TANK:

Another one of Just Chill top selling CBD oils is their Vape Tank with 3 flavors: Jungle Juice, Strawberry, and Sweet Leaf. Just Chill CBD Oil Vape Tank costs $28.

The ingredients are CBD, VG, and Artificial Flavoring.

Just Chill CBD also has a line of various edibles.

Side Effects from Just Chill CBD Oil?

Just Chill CBD Oil might not be the safest product to purchase. Their site no longer works and their twitter page has no been updated since 2017. There has been no official research or tests on their products posted online. Their formula was not disclosed either. The labels on their products said: patent pending. There were also reports from those who tried it that they have experienced a slue of unpleasant sensations and got “high” after using it. CBD hemp oil is not supposed to get you high. Other unpleasant symptoms include lightheadedness, dizziness, nausea, headaches, numbness, pain, and heaviness.

How to Take Just Chill CBD Oil

Just Chill CBD Oil contains 400 puffs per tank with 0.5ml of E-Liquid. Just Chill CBD Oil Vape Tank contains 400 puffs per tank with 1ml of E-Liquid. Just take a puff of the Just Chill CBD Oil with the flavor you chose, holding each puff for a few seconds before exhaling. Puffs per person vary depending on the individual. Each session lasts about 1 to 2 hours.

The Bottom Line: Just Chill CBD Oil

While prices and potency may vary from one brand to the other, the Just Chill Vape Pen and Just Chill CBD Oil are extremely affordable for anyone, and the oil supply lasts for a very long time and tastes great. The problem with this product is the lack of official available research, safety, and means to contact the company. So if you decide to purchase it do it at your own risk, but we would not recommend it.

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Cannabinoids & Your Period

  • Should I take CBD oil for period cramps?
  • How do CBD and ibuprofen compare?
  • How can I get the best benefits from CBD oil for my period?

It’s that time of the month again — time to call in sick, cancel plans, curl up in bed with a hot water bottle, and try to distract yourself with a non-stop stream of movies and TV.

If this sounds like your monthly ritual, you are not alone. Up to 90% of reproductive-age women suffer from painful periods — the medical term for it is “dysmenorrhea” — and it can completely derail your daily life.

Cannabinoids & Suppositories Help

More and more women are reporting that CBD and THC products are the best tools they have for treating painful periods. But how do they stack up when compared to NSAIDs like Ibuprofen?

Quite well, it turns out, but it’s worth a deeper look at why they work — exactly how cannabinoids’ anti-inflammatory, pain-relieving, muscle-relaxing effects interact with your period.

This touches on the actual causes of pain & discomfort during your period, and how additional natural remedies can help combat these symptoms.

Move over NSAIDs and heating pads! Read on to discover why cannabinoids might become your new favorite companion when your period comes to town.

Your Uterus: Prepping for a Visit

In people who have periods, the uterus diligently prepares itself all month.

First, your body’s increasing estrogen told your uterus to build up its endometrial tissue. Then, after you ovulated, and the boost of progesterone helped plump up that tissue with arteries and blood — prepping to give a warm welcome to an incoming embryo … or in this case to prepare for menstruation.

Goodbye, Progesterone

Once your body discovers it won’t be hosting a guest, your progesterone levels decline — telling your uterus to roll up the welcome mat.

Your body takes back what it can from the endometrium, shrinking the tissue and cutting off blood flow to its spiral-shaped arteries. Without a proper blood supply, your endometrial tissue prepares to shed, and you likely begin experiencing pangs of pain.

Without progesterone, the endometrium loses its protection – creating a domino effect, and the perfect conditions for inflammation.

Prostaglandins: Inflaming the Uterus

While your progesterone was declining, inflammatory chemicals called prostaglandins were increasing. Prostaglandins (particularly one called PGF2⍺) peak during menstruation, creating the following effects:

  • Inflammation : certain prostaglandins trigger an inflammatory response, which leads to more pain.
  • Pain sensitization : prostaglandins and other inflammatory compounds can actually prime pain-perceiving nerves to become more sensitive.
  • Vasoconstriction : the prostaglandins rampant during menstruation cause blood vessels to constrict, inhibiting blood flow to the endometrial tissue.
  • Uterine contractions : People with higher prostaglandin levels have stronger, more painful contractions and doctors are finally acknowledging that this pain can be as intense as heart attack pain.
  • Heavy bleeding : Unusually heavy periods could result from excessive inflammation, which increases tissue damage. People with heavy bleeding have higher levels of the enzyme the produces prostaglandins (COX-2), and medications to combat this process can decrease menstruation .
  • Diarrhea : In addition to uterus contractions, prostaglandins also trigger smooth muscle contractions in the digestive tract — which might push your last few meals out a bit too soon.

(Note: some people claim that having sex helps to jump-start their periods — scientists believe that the prostaglandins in semen could contribute to this effect.)

We’re not trying to say that prostaglandins are all bad. They’re essential for a healthy, functioning menstrual cycle.

However, numerous studies indicate that women with higher levels of prostaglandins also have more painful or heavier periods — and treatments that lower prostaglandin levels can be highly effective .

NSAIDs Work, Sort Of

When their periods kick in, most women reach for an Ibuprofen or similar NSAID (Non Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drug). Why are NSAIDs the most frequently-prescribed treatment for menstrual pain?

NSAIDs work by inhibiting the enzyme responsible for producing prostaglandins (COX-2). This means that NSAIDs could potentially decrease all the symptoms aggravated by prostaglandins — including inflammation, contractions and pain.

Unfortunately, NSAIDs can also have unpleasant gastrointestinal side effects, because they inhibit another enzyme (COX-1). For this reason, NSAIDs should be used with moderation, and people with certain digestive issues might want to avoid them entirely.

CBD: a Better Alternative?

Recently, scientists discovered that — similar to NSAIDs — CBD also inhibits the prostaglandin-producing enzyme . However — unlike NSAIDs — CBD preferentially inhibits COX-2 over COX-1, which means its anti-inflammatory benefits come without the gastrointestinal side effects.

Added bonus: Not only does CBD inhibit the COX-2 enzyme, but both CBD and THC physically stop your DNA from producing so much of this enzyme in the first place (via the PPARγ receptor).

Additional Cannabinoid Benefits

By decreasing prostaglandin levels during your period, you can reduce inflammation, pain and cramps. However, you cannot entirely eliminate prostaglandins.

This means that you could benefit from combining a prostaglandin-reducing treatment with other treatments that target the discomforts caused by prostaglandins.

CBD and other cannabinoids can also treat painful menstrual cramps in the following ways:

  • Anti-inflammatory: Cannabinoids have many anti-inflammatory activities beyond reducing production of inflammatory prostaglandins. For instance, THC activates endocannabinoid receptors ( CB2 ) located on your immune system’s killer cells ( macrophages ). When these receptors are activated, they prevent macrophages from releasing inflammatory proteins ( cytokines ).
  • Pain-relieving: Although prostaglandins and other inflammatory molecules can make pain-perceiving nerves more sensitive, cannabinoids fight back by desensitizing these nerves. Both CBD and THC target nerve receptors that help decrease the sensation of pain ( TRPV1 and CB1 , respectively). Additionally, not only does CBD desensitize TRPV1, but those soothing effects can spread to neighboring pain receptors.
  • Muscle-relaxing : Menstrual cramps are exacerbated by contractions of the smooth muscle lining the uterus — and cannabinoids are widely recognized to relax smooth muscles. THC and CBD both target different receptors embedded in the muscle tissue to relax contractions .
  • Vascular-relaxing : Blood vessels are also lined with smooth muscle, and when cannabinoids trigger this smooth muscle to relax, blood flow increases. Increased blood flow could help provide relief to oxygen-starved tissues, further decreasing painful cramps.

Natural Remedies for Cramps

  • Apply heat : Hot water bottles may seem old-fashioned, but they can bring as much relief from menstrual cramps as NSAIDs — and oftentimes much faster. Heat increases blood flow to the area, which soothes the overworked muscles and delivers oxygen to oxygen-starved tissues. Some scientists also think that heat desensitizes the same pain receptors that CBD works on.
  • Fish oil : Interestingly enough, multiple studies have demonstrated that daily fish oil supplements decrease pain and reliance on NSAIDs during periods. It turns out that prostaglandins are synthesized from omega fatty acids, and a diet high in omega-3 fatty acids could shift your body away from producing inflammatory prostaglandins.
  • Magnesium : Do you ever crave chocolate around this time of the month? Women who take magnesium supplements during their periods have reduced pain and reduced inflammatory prostaglandin levels . Foods like chocolate, lentils and avocados are high in magnesium — so go ahead and feed the craving.
  • Treat early : Many doctors suggest that it’s best to start taking painkillers an hour or more before the cramps start. This is true whether you’re using NSAIDs, CBD, or other cannabinoid blends. If you hold off treatment until you’re in excruciating pain, the prostaglandins will already be in full demolition mode and harder to bring under control.
  • Discuss your treatment plan with a doctor : Sometimes painful cramps and/or heavy bleeding can be a symptom of an underlying problem like endometriosis ( another painful condition that can be soothed by cannabinoids ). We encourage you to talk with your doctor about your symptoms and treatment plan in order to rule out other health problems, particularly if your symptoms don’t improve with standard treatments. Your doctor can help you determine if there are surgical or hormonal treatments that could be more effective.

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Many women are shocked and surprised to experience how effective cannabinoids are at relieving menstrual cramps (especially cannabinoid suppositories ).

But the science is pretty clear about why: CBD targets the cause — inflammatory prostaglandins — while also relieving the symptoms (especially with help from a little THC).

Perhaps this is why women and people who bleed have been using cannabis to treat period pain for millennia . Though there are increasing numbers of doctors and scientists who know why cannabinoids work to relieve menstrual cramps, many more of them are only just beginning to hear from their female patients about how well cannabinoids work for their periods.

If you’re considering treating your menstrual cramps with cannabinoids for the first time, we encourage you to read testimonials from other customers . You may also be curious to know how cannabinoids help to soothe endometriosis .

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Here’s the honest to goodness truth of it: I’m not an expert on cannabis for PMS. In fact, I’m not an expert on cannabis in general. And while I could blame this on the fact I grew up in a state where smoking weed was illegal (not that that stopped anyone), my hunch is it has more to do with that one time in Amsterdam when, after consuming an astonishingly potent space cake (note: “Cake” might have actually been plural), I woke up the next morning high as a kite, proceeded to get lost in the cobblestoned streets of Leiden, proceeded to take the wrong train *not* to the airport, and thus, ultimately missed my flight back to Galway, Ireland, where I was living at the time. And as my first time experimenting with the stuff, it wasn’t, shall we say, ideal. So fast-forward four years later and here I am living in Los Angeles (where taking a hit is as normal as bringing your dog into Whole Foods) with a bad taste in my mouth for weed—very un-Angeleno to say the least.

However, that was prior to last month when I had an interesting, out-of-the-box opportunity to take a tour of MedMen—a leading L.A. cannabis management and investment firm with premium retail locations across Los Angeles and Southern California. The goal: to sleuth out the dispensary’s well-fed crop of cannabis-infused wellness products. (If you need a mental visual, it’s basically the Apple store of marijuana and marijuana-infused products.) And, lo and behold, I found the glittering goldmine of cannabis-enriched products to help with PMS, which, while that wasn’t my initial goal, was a standout trend nonetheless. So since no one I know particularly enjoys a painful period, I took some notes and talked to the experts. Can CBD- and THC-rich products lend relief when it comes to PMS symptoms? And perhaps more importantly, do professionals in the health field recommend them? I was curious, and frankly, I thought you would be too. Keep reading to find out what experts think about cannabis for PMS and, if you happen to live in a state where marijuana is legalized, which products we (and the staff at MedMen) think ought to be at the top of your period’s wish list.

CBD + THC Decoded

According to the experts at MedMen, there are more than 100 different chemical compounds in cannabis called cannabinoids—the all-stars being tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD). “THC is the psychoactive element that produces feelings of euphoria or the ‘high,'” one of the official spokespeople explains to me, while CBD is associated with some of the more medicinal and reparative effects, such as decreased inflammation, pain management, anxiety reduction, and improved sleep. In fact, Kiana Reeves, a woman’s health advocate, doula, somatic sex educator, and Chief Brand Educator at Foria, laments, “THC also has incredible pain relieving benefits and studies show all of these compounds work best together, otherwise known as the entourage effect. For certain medical conditions, having THC in the formula is essential (for others not as much), but trace amounts are still beneficial. Currently the legal limit for THC in CBD products is less than .3 %

“CBD has been scientifically shown to increase levels of anandamide, a neurotransmitter and the main cannabinoid that is produced by the human body, which can reduce pain and inflammation and can also boost levels of adenosine, another neurotransmitter which plays a key role in inflammation,” says MedMen.

How Do They Work?

But what exactly happens within the body after both compounds are ingested? And on a more specific note, how does any of this have to do with debilitating PMS symptoms like cramps, sleeplessness, anxiety, and the like? Well, this is where it gets scientific (i.e., complicated and interesting), so I reached out to Adam Friedman, MD, FAAD, at the George Washington School of Medicine and Health Sciences.

After confirming to me that the best-known and most-studied cannabinoids are tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD), Friedman dove straight into the science of the compounds—exactly what I was craving amid the world’s murky swirl of stigmas, associations, and opinions on the topic of marijuana (and whether or not it has a legal place in our health system and everyday lifestyle.)

“Interestingly, it was the study of marijuana that initially led to the groundbreaking discovery of the human endocannabinoid system (meaning, we make our very own cannabinoids and receptors for them, which make up an extraordinary biological network that plays a role in everything from sensations of pain and itch to mood, inflammation regulation, and wound healing). Essentially, it’s the gold star of drugs,” Friedman tells us. But wait, there’s more.

THC and CBD have very different properties, as they selectively go after each of the respective endocannabinoid receptors in the body, CB1 and CB2. CB1 is found throughout the central nervous system, which is why THC does its thing when smoked or eaten. “Think of it this way,” Friedman puts it: “Cannabinoid receptors are present in pain circuits from the peripheral sensory nerve endings (fingertips) all the way up to the brain, thereby impacting the transmission and interpretation of sensations like pain and itch. The CB2 receptors, however, are found all throughout the immune system.” Which is precisely why, he says, the substance is widely loved and praised for its ability to manage inflammation and wound healing. And since CBD goes after that one particular receptor, it lacks the psychoactive effects commonly attributed to marijuana.

“We are learning more about these receptors every day, and it’s possible that the activation of either can have a similar effect on pain, just through different mechanisms,” Friedman continues. “Therefore, many of the studies in animals and the few in humans use a combination of both THC and CBD to reach an optimal effect depending on the indication.” (Thus why the majority of the cannabis-infused products on the market contain at least a little bit of both.)

So—Cannabis for PMS

“Cannabis- and CBD-infused products are the next big trend in reproductive health because they are so effective and relatively safe at the concentrations found in many commercial products,” neuroscientist and holistic wellness expert Leigh Winters tells me. The major key: the quality and sourcing of the products play a huge role in its safety and ability to help with PMS symptoms. “The truth is that the relief you can expect really depends on the quality of the product. If you have unbearable cramping, CBD products can alleviate those painful bouts of searing pain that leave you unproductive and unable to focus on anything else. CBD has been demonstrated to promote muscle relaxation while reducing stress and inflammation. Within a few minutes of using a topical product or ingesting, you’ll feel relief.”

And while some Western medical experts are still very much off-board, (one OBGYN explicitly telling me she would never recommend the use of cannabis for period relief, as menstruation is an inflammatory process and therefore anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs: Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug) are the optimal drug of choice), it’s a viewpoint (while still fair and valid) that seems to represent the minority.

Again, Friedman who is exceptionally well-versed in the *often* gray area lends some expertise: “Interestingly, there is definitely evidence that women with severe cramping associated with endometriosis have an impaired endocannabinoid system. What investigators demonstrated was that those with severe pain actually had lower expression of the endocannabinoid receptors as compared to those with mild pain, and in turn churned out higher levels of endocannabinoids to compensate (too bad it had little impact). This suggests cannabinoids are important in the management of menstrual pain.” Translated: This could explain why some women may have more painful cramping than others. But again, it’s just one piece of the puzzle.

With that in mind, Friedman breaks down CBD’s PMS benefits a bit more explicitly:

1. As an anti-inflammatory, CBD can limit the degree of inflammation and swelling, which can both lead to pain.

2. CBD impacts specific temperature-controlling nerve receptors called vanilloid receptors (TRPV), through which it can then desensitize pain nerve fibers.

Professional Thoughts on Products

As you may know (or as you’re soon to find out), high-quality and reliably sourced cannabis products will cost you a pretty penny. So is it worth it? To get a scientific and medical opinion on the concern, I asked both Winters and Friedman which (if any) kinds of cannabis-infused products they’d recommend for PMS relief. The consensus: Yes, cannabis-enriched products can most certainly be used for PMS. The rub: some might have more efficacy than others.

“I always recommend a period-relief CBD tincture because it’s easy to integrate into an existing routine and effective,” Winters tells us. “While there’s an unfortunate dearth of clinical data studying these new formulations and products, tinctures seem to anecdotally win out among all product offerings. Many tinctures come with specific instructions, but you can either put a few drops under your tongue or add a dropperful (sometimes more) to a glass of water or tea. I’m also a big fan of topical CBD salve that you can massage on the lower abdomen. The relief of a topical cream or salve will likely not be as immediate as that of a tincture, but a gentle massage can greatly ameliorate discomfort. In my opinion, the jury is out on the ‘weed tampon’ until more research is done on the trace amounts of THC it contains and how the body reacts to long-term use.” Though, Reeves says there is a lot of anecdotal evidence suggesting cannabis suppositories are one of the most effective ways to support menstrual pain. “The cannabinoids are absorbed locally into the tissues that are inflamed and cramping thereby providing direct relief. There is a study underway investigating this with a Harvard research physician, hopefully publishing at the end of the year,” she says. Good to know.

Friedman elaborates, “First off, many of the over-the-counter CBD-containing creams have other scientifically proven analgesic compounds like menthol, camphor, and capsaicin, so it’s hard to know what’s doing the heavy lifting. Second, we have a good amount of animal data, but not many human studies, where topically applied cannabinoids are concerned. So to be honest, who is to know without the clinical science,” Friedman tells us. That being said, he reassures us these types of treatments (again, if high-quality and trustworthy) certainly won’t hurt you, and it’s worth experimenting if you’re interested in an alternative way to treat PMS symptoms. (And live in a state or region where these types of products are legalized, of course.)

All in all, and despite the fact that the taboo surrounding marijuana is perhaps still stronger than many would like, the future seems to be rather bright medicinally speaking, and as both experts confirmed, knowledge is power.

“I think the consumer has more power than he or she realizes,” Friedman says. “There is untapped potential that needs to be explored, and the consumer should feel free to encourage local, federal, and industry sources to dive deeper to fully elucidate how best to use these medical agents. Public opinion matters.”

“Everyone has a different opinion about CBD and THC, but the tide is certainly turning as more people and medical establishments have come to accept the medicinal component of the cannabis sativa plant,” Winters corroborates. “CBD is not weed—these products will not get you high. Plants can heal, but they can also harm. Always consult with a doctor or herbalist before trying any cannabis-based product or if you have an adverse reaction, but yes, the health paradigms are definitely shifting on the topic,” she concludes.

So with a better understanding of cannabis and its use for PMS under our belts, we thought it’d be fun to ask the experts at MedMen what their best-selling products are in the name of a less-painful period. And while the majority aren’t available to buy online (unless the product is derived from “agricultural hemp” which isn’t, technically speaking, considered “marijuana” under the Controlled Substances Act) you can find them at your local MedMen store or countless other dispensaries around the U.S.

PMS Product Picks

Rich in CBD, this convenient dropper provides you with reliable dosage (check out the brand’s helpful guide here) and an easy way to drop a titch of PMS pain relief into your morning smoothie or beverage of choice.

Expertly and scientifically formulated by Ph.D. chemists and featuring only the best (read: premium) quality hemp, Sagely’s Relief & Recovery capsules are water-soluble, offering highly bioavailable forms of both organic turmeric and CBD for fast and furious absorption. Each capsule features 10mg of CBD and, if taken daily, can help curb tension, inflammation, and pain. So when your period reaches its pinnacle of pain, it might feel more manageable and you might just be able to go on with your day to day life feeling like a normal human being.

Boasting a sweet and soothing cooling sensation, this extra-strength body spray offers fast-as-lightning pain relief perfect for those who suffer from PMS-induced cramps. It’s handily optimal for all skin types, conveniently sized, and expertly balances a small percentage of cannabis with other natural botanical pain relievers like arnica, juniper, peppermint, and clove. Simply spray one to two pumps of mist on your targeted area and wait a few seconds for it to dry.

Another MedMen top seller, this whimsical bath bomb features an addictive citrusy scent, and thanks to an expert infusion of CBD extract (and other skin enhancers like coconut and essential oils), it can lend a helping hand for soothing anxiety and pain (which seem to conveniently peak once Aunt Flo comes to town).

Decadent dark chocolate (lots of it) and our period go together like peanut butter and jelly—it’s a winning, no-brainer combination. Then, go ahead and add 90mg of THC and you’ve reached another level of bliss entirely. Enter Défoncé (translated to “stoned” in French), a bougie and irresistibly cannabis-infused chocolatier lessening period qualms for women everywhere (or at least for those who get major cravings.) MedMen recommends its “Dark+” iteration, which boasts 90mg of THC and 81% pure cacao. Just try to limit your consumption—with 18 pieces per bar, you’ll get roughly 5mg of THC per bite. (A true test of self-control, we know.)

Just when you never thought you’d never see the likes of a vaping pen on Byrdie, well, here we are. (All in the name of preventing period pain, of course.) But despite their perhaps eyebrow-raising reputation, these CBD and THC pens from Dosist can work well for pain management and are infused with custom blends of all-natural terpenes. You’ll need to locate them at participating retailers, though (and prices may vary).

Anti-inflammatory, calmative, and highly effective in pain relief (thus great for pesky PMS symptoms), Kikoko’s Sympa-tea is high in CBD and basically feels like a massage in a cup. Simply brew as you would with any other tea and after 60 seconds the cannabis will have fully dissolved. Also cool: Unlike other plenty of other cannabis-infused drinks, no additional ingredients are needed to activate the tea. Other flavor notes include ginger, turmeric, orange peel, black pepper, star anise, cinnamon, and licorice root for further anti-inflammatory benefits. And if you have questions, the brand has a great FAQ section.

Thanks to pharmacological-grade Epsom salt, apricot kernel oil, avocado seed oil, jojoba oil, vitamin E, aloe vera, essential oils, and oh yeah, sun-grown cannabis, this isn’t your average bath soak. We highly recommend it come that time of the month when you’re feeling especially crampy and achy, as its medical cannabis promotes relaxation and yes, epic pain relief. (Plus, it has a luscious, warm, and woodsy scent.)

If you’re in the market for a hard-hitting topical that has the potential to offer hours of pain relief, this all-natural botanical balm might be a good option. It’s enriched with hydrating coconut oil and the award-winning 3:1 ratio formulation has more than 400 mg of cannabinoids per jar.

Yes, this might be pricey, but if you’re one who suffers from PMS-induced cramps and body aches, this extra-strength, gluten-free elixir feels heavenly for sore muscles and those times for when it feels like there’s an alien inside you. It’s expertly formulated with 100mg of CBD, and each measured pump will dispense 1ml of lotion containing 2mg of CBD for perfect dosing. Oh, and it also smells like sage, mint, and green citrus. Which is very, very nice.

A mixture of California wildflower honey and cannabis-infused cold-pressed virgin coconut oil, these ingredients offer plenty of benefits where pain relief is concerned. Plus, thanks to the Indica strain of cannabis this sweet honey bear features, MedMen tells us it will have an ever-so-slight sedative effect.

According to a MedMen spokesperson, Foria’s beloved suppositories have been carefully crafted to maximize the muscle-relaxing and pain-relieving benefits of cannabis without a psychotropic effect. Boasting antispasmodic and pain-relieving properties, you’ll apply the suppositories directly to the area in need of relief —yes, they go directly into your vagina. Not all that surprisingly, they’re one of MedMen’s best-selling products.

Ed note: Everyone is different and certain products may have subtle intoxication effects and become habit forming. Marijuana can impair concentration, coordination, and judgment. Do not operate motor vehicles or machinery under the influence and products are for use by adults 21 years of age and older. Effects of marijuana and marijuana products may be delayed up to two hours. Use of marijuana while pregnant or breastfeeding may be harmful. Keep out of reach of children.

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  1. How long does CBD oil stay in your system?
  2. How long do CBD oil effects last?
  3. Will CBD show up on a drug test?

You’ve probably heard about the therapeutic relief that cannabidiol (CBD), a non-intoxicating compound found in the cannabis plant, may offer for various conditions, from chronic pain to anxiety issues. While many people could benefit from using CBD, they may be reluctant to try it due to the fear of failing a drug test or the general stigma that still surrounds cannabis in some places.

While CBD does not produce the same intoxicating effects as THC, it does get stored in the body. Most cannabis drug tests only screen for THC, but some people may still want to know how long does CBD stay in your system?

Despite the legalization of hemp-derived CBD products in the U.S., there is still a need for further research into how CBD interacts with the body. Photo by: Gina Coleman/Weedmaps

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Despite the legalization of hemp-derived CBD products in the U.S. thanks to the 2018 Farm Bill, there is still a need for further research into how CBD interacts with the body, as well as the amount of time it remains detectable in the body after use.

However, using existing research on CBD and its interaction with the human body, we can attempt to better understand how long CBD oil stays in the system.

How long does CBD oil stay in your system?

The time that CBD remains detectable in the body will depend on several factors:

  • Metabolism: A person’s metabolism plays a prominent role in how fast the CBD is metabolized and eventually excreted from the body. Another aspect that could impact the effects of CBD is whether it’s taken with food or on an empty stomach, as certain foods could enhance bioavailability and increase overall CBD concentration in your body.
  • Frequency of Use: How often CBD is used will also influence the amount of time it remains in the body.
  • CBD Dosage: The amount of CBD taken at a time will influence how long the cannabinoid remains in the system.
  • Method of Administration: Both the effects and presence of CBD in the body are also contingent on how the cannabinoid was introduced into the body. For instance, smoking or vaping CBD allows it to take effect almost immediately, while ingestion will delay the onset for an hour or two.

In a randomized, double-blind, controlled 2005 study published in “Therapeutic Drug Monitoring,” volunteers were given cannabis extract with 2.5 milligrams of THC and 1.35 milligrams of CBD. The research team found that CBD was only detectable in the blood for up to nine hours after ingestion.

A 1991 study published in “Pharmacology Biochemistry & Behavior” examined the concentration of CBD in the blood after high doses daily. Over a six-week period, the research team administered a daily dose of 700 milligrams of CBD to 14 Huntington’s disease patients. One week after the dosing ceased, the CBD remaining in the blood was just 1.5 nanograms per milliliter and was “virtually undetectable” thereafter.

A 2018 review of existing CBD studies found that the estimated half-life of CBD was two to five days for those who took a daily oral dose. Other delivery methods delivered varied half-lifes.

While the time that CBD is detectable in the body will depend on the aforementioned factors, we can deduce that CBD will likely leave the system after a week or two. Photo by: Gina Coleman/Weedmaps

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While the time that CBD is detectable in the body will depend on the aforementioned factors, we can deduce that CBD will likely leave the system after a week or two.

That provides some insight into how long CBD remains in the blood, but there is little research on how long is CBD detectable in urine. In a 2016 study reported in the “Journal of Pain,” participants were given different types of CBD-rich cannabis products, including oils, capsules, and flower. Two hours after administration, urine samples from all 15 subjects tested positive for CBD. The researchers followed one participant after the last day of administration and found that CBD was no longer detectable in the urine after 24 hours.

It’s important to note that, while existing evidence shows us that CBD can definitely be detected in the body for a certain period of time, most cannabis drug tests specifically look for the presence of THC. Therefore, accurate information on how long CBD stays in the body remains limited compared with THC.

How long do CBD oil effects last?

Consumption method plays a crucial role in determining how long it will take to feel the effects of CBD and how long they will last.

Ingestion

Ingestion is the most common method for CBD consumption. Administering a couple of drops of CBD oil directly into the mouth is certainly a convenient way to reap the benefits of this therapeutic cannabinoid. However, ingestion is not necessarily the most effective consumption method for those who want to feel the effects of CBD immediately. Swallowing the oil prevents CBD from entering the bloodstream right away, sending it first through the digestive tract and eventually onto the liver, where it is broken down before finally reaching the bloodstream.

Studies show that when CBD compounds are metabolized by the liver, they undergo what is called the “first pass effect,” where enzymes in the liver reduce CBD concentration before the remainder is finally sent to the bloodstream and circulated throughout the body. While oral consumption of CBD has become popular for its ease of use, it’s a rather inefficient method of consumption compared with inhalation or sublingual administration. This is because only about 5% of swallowed CBD ends up in the bloodstream, meaning this method provides low bioavailability.

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Whether you’re ingesting CBD oil or CBD-infused edibles, it ultimately goes through the same lengthy digestive process and reduces the total CBD concentration in the bloodstream. With ingestion, it could take anywhere from one to two hours before the effects of CBD finally set in.

Sublingual

The sublingual method is considered to be more effective than ingestion. CBD oil can be consumed sublingually by placing a few drops under the tongue and holding it for two to four minutes, then using the tongue to rub it into the inside of the cheeks before swallowing the remainder. Using this method, CBD is transferred to the bloodstream via the mucous membranes located in the mouth, completely bypassing the digestive system and liver. Sublingual consumption leads to higher bioavailability compared to oral ingestion.

Inhalation

Inhalation is also an effective delivery method for CBD due to its rapid absorption and the efficiency of the lungs at transferring CBD into the bloodstream (better bioavailability). Whether you’re smoking a high-CBD strain or taking a draw from a CBD vape pen, the interaction with the body remains the same. When CBD is inhaled, the cannabinoids are sent directly to the lungs, where they are rapidly absorbed into the bloodstream and put into circulation.

Existing evidence suggests that CBD reaches peak blood concentration within three minutes after inhalation, meaning the effects can be felt shortly after use. Accordingly, this method is appealing for those seeking immediate pain relief.

Topical

Topical CBD comes in many forms: infused into lotions, creams, salves, and other health and wellness products. It can be applied directly to the skin where it may be absorbed through the surface of the skin and interact with localized cannabinoid receptors. In certain cases, CBD-infused topicals should be applied liberally to overcome the low cannabinoid absorption rate of the skin.

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Will CBD show up on a drug test?

In most cases, it’s highly unlikely that CBD oil will cause a positive test result in a drug screening. Most drug tests are developed to look specifically for the presence of THC or related substances. On top of that, employers generally abide by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services (SAMHSA) guidelines, which include detection for THC but not CBD.

Keep in mind that even hemp-derived CBD products are legally allowed to contain up to 0.3% THC. This could cause hesitation in some CBD-curious consumers who don’t want THC in their system or to risk a false positive result on a potential drug test. However, the chances of failing a drug test from using hemp-extracted CBD oil are extremely slim. You would need to take an exorbitant dosage of full-spectrum CBD oil (estimates range from 1,000 to 2,000 milligrams per day) to risk a positive drug test result.

For those who want to be extra-cautious and utilize CBD with no THC, a broad-spectrum oil or products that contain pure CBD isolate should do the trick. Broad-spectrum oil is refined to exclude THC, while CBD isolates contain no THC or other plant-based cannabinoids. To ensure that your CBD contains no THC, it’s important to source products from reputable manufacturers that provide a certificate of analysis from a third-party testing lab.

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There are different types of drug tests with varying detection thresholds for THC. The most commonly used drug screening method is the urine test, which typically has a lower threshold for detection. Under the SAMHSA framework, the cutoff limit for the presence of THC is 50 nanograms per milliliter. A nanogram is one-billionth of a gram.

In the rare case that you test positive for THC after taking CBD oil, you can always try to explain the situation to your employer or request another test.

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How Long Does CBD Stay in Your System

CBD is becoming increasingly popular. And with more and more people using CBD supplements, many have questions about how long CBD products remain in the body after consumption. Below we’ll explain how the body processes CBD, what the substance’s half-life is, and much more.

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How CBD works

CBD works primarily by interacting with the endocannabinoid system, a regulatory network that keeps the body functioning at its best. Unlike other cannabinoids, CBD doesn’t bind directly with the ECS’s receptors, but works behind the scenes to deliver its unique effects.

The situation becomes a little more complicated because you can take CBD in a variety of different ways, with the method of administration playing a pivotal role in how the compound is metabolised (broken down and distributed around the body).

If you take CBD orally, for example, it has to pass through the digestive system before it can take effect. But, when taken sublingually (under the tongue) or inhaled through a vaporizer, CBD can bypass the digestive system and get to work faster.

How is CBD processed?

Once consumed and absorbed, CBD travels to the liver where it’s metabolised into a variety of compounds that your cells can use. This metabolism is carried out by the same group of enzymes responsible for breaking down roughly 60% of all medications available on the market.

From the liver, CBD metabolites move around the body, where they may interact with a wide variety of receptors.

Although that outlines the basic journey of CBD, what we’re interested in is how long the interaction between CBD metabolites and receptors last—how long CBD stays in your system. To understand that, we need to explain the concept of “half-life”.

What is half-life?

Half-life is the term used to measure the amount of time it takes for a compound to be reduced to half its original amount or effectiveness in the body. It’s gauged by measuring blood plasma for metabolites of the compound in question. From the plasma, drug metabolites are either removed from the body or translocated to another type of bodily fluid.

Half-life is typically measured by administering a single dose of a compound, then testing blood plasma for traces of the drug at regular intervals. The amount of the drug in the plasma will usually increase, reach a peak, and then start to decline.

Using the information obtained while measuring CBD’s half-life, scientists can work out how long CBD stays in the body. You cannot do this yourself at home, but we can use their data to provide a general timeframe.

How long does CBD stay in your system?

The exact half-life of CBD isn’t 100% clear, but we can explore some of the existing studies. There’s evidence that suggests that CBD has a half-life of roughly 2–5 days. This is based on a study involving 14 patients with Huntington’s disease. The patients were given doses of around 700mg of CBD per day for 6 weeks. Note that these doses are much higher than a standard recommended dose.

In another study, half-life of CBD was evaluated based on a single dose in the amount of 20mg and 18.8–19.4mg administered intravenously and smoked respectively. The half-life was accordingly estimated at 18–30h and 27–35h.

But, and this is an important but, that timescale will vary from one person to the next. How long CBD stays in your system is also affected by several biological factors, as well as the way you consume it.

As a general rule of thumb, the more efficient the consumption method, the faster CBD is processed, and the quicker it leaves our system. So, back to our earlier example, orally consumed CBD should stay in your system longer, compared to sublingual application or vaping. It’s a delicate balancing act, but one that you’ll need to experiment with to find out what works for you.

What affects the half-life of CBD?

Whenever talking about the metabolism of any compound, it’s essential to realise that everyone’s body is a little different, and several biological factors can influence your ability to process compounds such as CBD.

CBD is fat-soluble, so a small portion may get stored in fat cells. The cannabinoid can stay in your system for a little longer if you have a high body fat percentage.

• Efficiency of your metabolism

Our metabolism is a combination of chemical reactions, one of which includes the conversion of food to energy. The faster your metabolism, the quicker substances (including CBD) are broken down, processed and eliminated.

• Method of consumption

How you consume CBD not only alters the potency but the duration of effects. The method of consumption also goes hand in hand with bioavailability. Generally speaking, administration methods with greater bioavailability will also leave your system faster.

• Amount of CBD consumed

The more CBD you take, the longer it takes for your body to process it. Be careful though, high doses may produce mild side effects, so it’s essential to find what works for you.

• Purity and strength of the oil/supplement you’re using

The higher the concentration of a CBD oil or supplement, the longer it takes your liver to process, and the longer active ingredients stay in your system.

How long does CBD stay in your system—bottom line

CBD is a very unique and complex compound that can affect everyone slightly differently. Unfortunately, studies have not yet been able to pinpoint the exact half-life of cannabidiol. The half-life of CBD can be estimated to be between 18 and 35 hours, while other studies suggest that the half-life of CBD could be up to 5 days.

However, remember that these are ball-park figures. As we mentioned earlier, a lot of different factors can influence the rate at which your body processes and metabolises compounds like CBD. Until further studies look into the half-life of cannabidiol, these figures are the closest we’ve got.

Click the link to find out how CBD is processed, how long it stays in your system, and what factors affect the cannabinoid’s effects duration and impact.

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Critical Sour Diesel CBD has been specially bred for the medical marijuana market. It is a high-yielding, medium-statured plant that was bred by adding the CBD sativa of Emerald Triangle to the Critical Bilbo x Sour Diesel cross making it a 60% sativa strain.

Critical Diesel CBD, just like its low CBD sister plant, is a strain that is easy to grow requiring no special knowledge or skills. Outdoors it will be harvested in the latter half of September; indoor growers will find that the high-CBD version takes a little longer at around 50 – 60 days. Yields under lights are very good and growers can expect something in the region of 500 gr/m 2 . Its buds grow very large and dense and it should be noted thatthye will require staking or some other form of support to mitigate against snapping branches. Again, mould resistance is very good so damp conditions need not be as serious a problem as it would be with some types of cannabis plants.

The addition of the sativa CBD genetics give some pine notes to the sour diesel flavour. CBD and THC are produced in the ratio of 1:1 with levels being around the 10% mark making this an excellent medical marijuana variety.

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Breeder/Brand Emerald Triangle
Product Type Seeds THC
Genetics Critical Bilbo x Sour Diesel x Sativa CBD
Variety Mostly Sativa
Flowering Type Photoperiod
Sex Feminised
THC Content 10%
CBD Content 10%
Yield 500 gr/m2
Grows Greenhouse, Indoors, Outdoors
Flowering Time 50 – 60 days
Harvest Month 2nd half of September northern latitudes
Medicinal Properties Yes, 1:1 CBD:THC
Taste / Flavour Diesel, Fuel, Pine

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Emerald Triangle Seeds are so named after the region in northern California comprising of Humboldt, Trinity and Mendocino counties. In the early 70’s and 80’s, a growing number of city dwellers decided to move to northern California into these areas to develop communes, homesteads and other alternative lifestyle communities that broke away from the norms of society. This new found lifestyle was influenced greatly by the use of cannabis. Geographically, it happens to be one of the most optimal places in the world to grow cannabis. This region is special as it falls under the same parallel as where cannabis originates from, in the middle-east. With all that in mind it has allowed many different aspects of worldwide genetics to settle here, furthering their development.

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The strains in Emerald Triangle’s comprehensive library are not just from California. In fact, they have put a lot of energy into collecting quality genetics from all over the globe.

Emerald Triangle Seeds are trying to carry the torch for their generation to preserve and improve the quality of genetics, so that in the future, people will have the same access to the healing and medicinal properties that cannabis has to offer.

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