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CBD products are very effective in combating inflammation in the body. Its stimulation of the body’s natural cannabinoid receptors helps the body regulate its immune response. This reduces inflammation both acutely and systemically.
Our line of full-spectrum hemp oils is made from whole plant material. They also include an abundance of terpenes and omega-3 fatty acids, which have been independently verified helpful in reducing inflammation. Whole plant material also contains a variable blend of additional cannabinoids, flavonoids, and other potentially beneficial compounds. In addition to full-spectrum, for those who are worried about the .2% THC, we also have an array of established isolate CBD and CBD oil products that contain 0% THC Sleep Struggles.
New research from Kaiser Permanente shows promise for CBD as a treatment for sleep. With a calming effect on the central nervous system, adults in the study who used CBD were able to alleviate anxiety and sleep during the first month of the study. CBD is helpful for sleep because it can alleviate conditions that complicate sleep. Namely anxiety, stress, and pain.
Calming your central nervous system can have a relaxing effect, helping you let go of stress and anxiety, and even calming painful inflammation from conditions such as arthritis or low back pain. Using CBD may help improve sleep directly, even if you don’t suffer from anxiety, stress, or chronic pain. CBD is believed to interact with receptors in the body, including receptors that govern your body’s sleep and wake cycle.
New research suggests CBD comes with few side effects, such as fatigue, diarrhea, and changes in appetite. If you’re struggling to sleep and considering sleep medication, CBD could be a low-risk alternative to try out first.
For those who want to experience the benefits of marijuana without any mind-altering effects, smoking hemp flower is a great alternative. Hemp is part of the Cannabis sativa family. It contains minimal THC and a significant amount of CBD, or CBG. Smoking hemp flower, you get to fully enjoy all the benefits of CBD. In many cases, the benefits of CBD are also heightened by the presence of other cannabinoids.
All of the cannabinoids in the hemp plant, along with the terpenes, flavonoids, and other plant compounds, work together to provide the consumer with a better experience and greater outcomes. This is known as the entourage effect. When you smoke hemp flower, you also experience the effects much faster than if you were to consume hemp oil or edibles. This is because smoking allows CBD and other cannabinoids to reach the bloodstream faster. When you consume products orally, you have to wait for them to pass through the digestive tract before they can take effect. You tend to lose some of the potency along the way when you take this approach, too.
Many people associate smoking any kind of cannabis product with getting high. Smoking CBD will not get you high; rather, the subtle, calming effects of it produce an anxiety-reducing state of mind. Although many people are turned off to the idea of smoking a CBD flower due to its superficial ties to its cannabis counterpart, you can rest assured that CBD is federally legal and has no psychoactive or addictive components. Smoking CBD has been known to sober you up. Our new hemp bar has a variety of new strains of CBD all with different calming, stress-relieving, or sleep-helping attributes.
To see the greatest outcomes from smoking hemp buds, it’s important to make sure you’re smoking a high-quality product. Know what you are buying. Come to our Hemp Bar and let us show you some high quality, high concentrate, PA organically grown hemp strains. Ask to see the lab certs