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From our friends at Project CBD, a California-based nonprofit dedicated to promoting and publicizing research into the medical uses of cannabidiol (CBD) and other components of the cannabis/hemp plant:
CBD-rich oil extracts and other CBD-infused products are poised to play a more prominent role in the burgeoning medical cannabis/hemp industry, as providers and product-makers increasingly cater to a broad constituency in an effort to attract new clientele.
What Is CBD?
Cannabidiol or CBD is a non-psychotropic cannabinoid compound with enormous therapeutic potential.
Cannabinoids are chemicals that trigger the cannabinoid (and other) receptors in the brain and body. In addition to phytocannabinoids produced by the plant, there are endogenous cannabinoids that occur naturally in the body, as well as synthetic cannabinoids created by pharmaceutical researchers.
CBD has strong anti-oxidant, antiinflammatory, anti-spasm, anti-convulsant, anti-tumoral, and neuro-protective properties. CBD directly activates serotonin receptors, causing an antidepressant effect, as well. Scientific and clinical studies have shown that CBD could be therapeutic for many conditions, including chronic pain, cancer, anxiety, diabetes, epilepsy, rheumatoid arthritis, PTSD, sleep disorders, addiction, cardiovascular disease, antibiotic-resistant infections, and neurological ailments. Read More…
CBD Dosing Guide
CBD products come in different forms with a wide range of potencies. Many include THC (legal hemp-derived products contain less than 0.3% THC).; others are THC-free. Some people do well on tiny amounts of CBD, while others do better on higher doses. People take CBD for different reasons: To prevent illness and promote wellness. To ease symptoms and/or to cure disease. A low dose may help as a preventive measure, but higher doses may be necessary to slow or stop disease progression. Several factors influence how you will respond to CBD and what dosage is optimal for you.
Your genetics and lifestyle will impact how you experience CBD. If you metabolize CBDslowly, its effects may last longer. If you’re a fast metabolizer, you may need a larger dose. Read more…
What Type of Cannabis/Hemp Is Right For You?
Cannabis/Hemp oil extracts can be taken orally, sublingually, or applied topically. Concentrated extracts can also be utilized as an ingredient to vaporize or cook with. Some oils come with an applicator for measured dosing. These oils can be very potent. The time of onset and duration of effect vary depending on the method of administration.
What is the difference between Cannabis & Hemp?
CBD: Full spectrum, Broad Spectrum or Isolate?
What to look for in your CBD product choices:
- CBD-rich products
- Clear labels
- Lab testing
- Quality ingredients
- Safe extraction
Cannabis/hemp remedies are available in many forms and can be used in various ways – Smoking, Vaporizing, Tinctures, Sublingual Sprays, Edibles, Capsules & Gel Caps, Teas, Juicing, Topicals & Salves, and more. The most appropriate delivery system for therapeutic hemp/cannabis is one that provides an optimal dose for a desired duration with few unwanted side effects. Read more…
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How to find quality products
There are endless options when it comes to CBD products available on the market today, in stores and online. So you might be asking yourself what is the difference between a high-quality product and a not so high quality product? Well here is what you want to look for. CBD products are made with either CBD isolate, full or broad-spectrum oil.
Any reputable CBD producer will follow these main rules of thumb. The first and most important is that the products are third-party lab tested, labeled, and sealed. This is done in order to provide consumers with an unbiased analysis of the products.
This type of testing analyzes the purity and potency, and the quality of a CBD sample. Testing is necessary for CBD companies because currently, the space remains somewhat unregulated, as it does not contain THC. This is the exact reason why ethical manufacturers come out of pocket to have an independent lab perform fair tests on each batch of products that the manufacturer produces. Links to the lab results are displayed on each batch so the consumer knows exactly what they are getting and it shows the strong integrity of the company and its products since this type of testing is not legally required on a national level required.
What exactly are manufacturers testing for?
Quality manufacturers should be testing for purity, potency, and quality. Here is exactly what they are testing for:
- Cannabinoid profiles and concentration
- Terpenten profile
- Heavy Metals
- Organic solvents
- Biological Contaminants, like mold, fungus, bugs, or bad bacteria.
Why are people raving about CBD?
CBD is a natural substance found in hemp. It is distinguished from cannabis by having non-intoxicating capabilities to reduce pain, inflammation, stress, sleeplessness, migraines, depression, and the list goes on. Because there is no tetrahydrocannabinol in CBD you get no psychoactive or intoxicating side effects. This is why people are raving about CBD. It is why many doctors are recommending it to people who suffer from some really difficult things to deal with. For example, having an addiction or the stress of ever having a seizure. You don’t have to have a serious ailment in order to benefit from CBD. Many people use it as a part of a daily routine to bolster their overall wellness.
Many athletes use CBD to aid in recovering from muscle damage, or fatigue. CBD has anti-inflammatory, & antioxidative properties that help promote recovery from sport-related or exercise-generated fatigue. In 2018 the World Anti-Doping Agency removed CBD from the list of prohibited substances. That event gave people a very strong indication that this substance is safe and has non-toxic effects. CBD has been very common in contact sports. A few examples of professional athletes who support CBD health include Derrick Morgan, an NFL Linebacker for the Tennessee Titans, Eugene Monro, a former offensive tackle for the Baltimore Ravens, and Yair Rodriguez, a UFC fighter. The list doesn’t just include contact sports though. Athletes like olympian bobsledder Lolo Jones, and Gabby Douglas who is an Olympian gymnast both openly support CBD health.
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Finding Ways to Make CBD Part of Your Daily Lifestyle
If you have been thinking about becoming a regular hemp user, but don’t know where to start, we don’t blame you. CBD sure does sound appealing, with its many potential uses, but the industry can be a bit, well, intimidating. After all, there are so many different kinds of products out there, varying in terms of delivery method, formula, strength and so on.
Well, if you’re ready to take the leap and start making hemp part of your daily routine, allow us to help.
CBD Lifestyle Routines
Before we get into the various CBD uses below, first we want to make sure that you know how to make sure that you have the best CBD for the job. In an industry that is still new, it’s easy to come across lots of subpar products with big promises and fancy labels. Always look for a company with a good reputation, and that provides lab reports from a third-party testing facility on their website.
Also, we always recommend using CBD daily, since this supports the body’s endocannabinoid system which utilizes hemp cannabinoids to regulate important bodily processes and systems. And, finally, make sure to choose a milligram strength that reflects your specific needs. Many people who say that CBD doesn’t “work” simply weren’t taking the right concentration for their particular body. ➤ Read More
CBD as a Sleep Aid
More than 80 million Americans overall suffer from some form of a sleeping problem, whether it be chronic or intermittent. Therefore, if you’re struggling with your nightly shuteye, you’re far from the only one. Sleeping issues come in many forms and have a large number of culprits, but the bottom line is that sleep is a crucial component of our overall health, which is why we must do what we can to get things back on track.
Today, a wide range of sleeping medications exist, but some experts argue that they’re overprescribed. If the sleeping issue is caused by something that can be addressed using less intensive means, experts say, medications should be a last resort, as many of them lead to dependency, and long-term use can lead to health conditions, especially dealing with cognitive function.So, how can a person maintain healthy sleep in a way that’s natural, holistic and overall safe? Well, there are plenty of natural options currently on the market. One that’s being explored in particular right now is CBD, the leading compound in hemp. Thanks to the fascinating way in which cannabidiol works in the brain, it may be a promising option if you’re trying to get more sleep each night. ➤ Read More
CBD Oil Potential Advantages for Weight Loss, Obesity, and Diabetes
When we talk about the importance of maintaining a healthy body weight, rarely are we fixating on the desire to look a certain way in order to fit in with societal standards. Weight plays a critical role in our overall health, with those who are overweight being at higher risk of all types of physical complications and ailments that can potentially become deadly if left untreated.
As we all know, maintaining a healthy body weight is easier said than done. There are many reasons for being overweight, and unfortunately, the myth persists that those who have excess body weight are simply lazy, and don’t eat right. We now know that being overweight can be caused by all kinds of factors, ranging from a thyroid issue to genetics.
The matter remains that being overweight can put your health at risk. Hence, it’s important to consistently seek out treatment that can help you get to a healthier body weight.
Now, maybe you think that CBD is just a fad, like most wellness products that came before it. But, as you will see, CBD is extremely unique in terms of how it works with the human body, making it quite different from other plant-based “remedies” that you may have tried in the past.
We’ll talk about this unique nature thoroughly through various CBD weight loss stories, while helping you apply it to your personal weight-related goals. There is also a potentially serious link between obesity and diabetes, which further reflects the importance of maintaining a healthy body weight through natural and safe means that will be further touched upon here. ➤ Read More
CBD Inhalers: A New, Easier Method for Taking CBD
If you have been part of the CBD community for a while, you’ve likely tried out a variety of delivery methods by now, including your standard tinctures, topicals, edibles, and vaping goods. But, there is a new delivery method in town, and we’re going to boldly say that it might one of the most exciting to hit the market so far.
CBD oil inhalers utilize the most advanced technology to provide a more bioavailable, potent, consistent, and user-friendly experience while you enjoy your daily dose of CBD. Made with top-notch ingredients, high standards of quality, and cutting-edge techniques, these inhalers may become your new go-to option for getting in that daily dose of exceptional hemp.➤ Read More
How Could CBD Help Manage Someone’s Blood Pressure?
When’s the last time someone told you to watch your blood pressure? Was it when you were feeling angry? Stressed? This common phrase is a lot more serious than you may think, as millions of Americans struggle with high blood pressure which needs to be managed carefully to avoid potentially dangerous complications relating to their health. High blood pressure is now considered an epidemic in our country, but it is treatable.
Today, we’ll be talking about a new way in which people are trying to take blood pressure matters into their own hands, and it’s CBD. Yes – the same CBD that you might use for stress or aches and pains has the potential to manage high blood pressure. If the CBD effect on blood pressure sounds crazy to you, then it’s time to discuss exactly what happens to the body when we consume CBD, which explains why it seems to have so many potential uses. ➤ Read More
Does CBD Show Up In A Drug Test?
CBD has been found by many to be a soothing compound, one which can provide a great deal of relief for pain, inflammation, and a variety of other aches and pains. More research is currently in progress on CBD’s various benefits, but it does seem apparent that the drug has the potential to greatly help people who are in pain. Side effects are possible (particularly for people who suffer from certain liver conditions, Parkinson’s Disease, or women who are pregnant or nursing), but by and large, CBD has been found by users to cause relatively few problems.
However, since CBD was only recently legalized for sale, there is a great deal of confusion about what it is and isn’t. Consumers have to use caution when using this product, particularly given the relative lack of governmental regulations around it
CBD isn’t marijuana – but it may contain THC.
Can you fail a drug test due to CBD? Yes, but here is how to prevent that from happening. ➤ Read More
CBD Oil for Dogs
Suddenly it seems like CBD oil is everywhere and being recommended for everything. But as with most new products that experience a seemingly “overnight” success, CBD oil itself is not anything new.
According to historical accounts, CBD in one form or another has been in existence and in use since – wait for it – as early as 2737 B.C.
What is new is the mainstream popularity and acceptance of CBD oil, and not just for people, either. CBD oil for pets is now offering companion animals and their people a newer, potentially safer and healthier alternative to many mainstream medications, some of which can have worrisome side effects.
In this article, you will learn everything you need to know about CBD oil for dogs.➤Read More
Full Spectrum vs. Broad Spectrum vs. Isolate, and How We Approach it at CBD LUXE
Are you an avid hemp user? If so, you likely have a good idea of how different delivery methods work, how to choose the ideal milligram strength and how to make sure that the company that you’re buying from truly makes high-quality products. But, there’s another key factor to having a successful CBD experience that’s often overlooked, and it’s the type of extract that a hemp product contains.
Maybe you’ve heard the terms “CBD isolate,” “broad spectrum” and “full-spectrum” along your hemp journey. The thing about these terms is that they play a critical role in helping you personalize your individual CBD routine so that you can better achieve your wellness goals.
For anyone who is still unsure as to what these terms mean and why they’re so important, we’d like to help. We’ll also explain why we at CBD LUXE make sure that users can customize their CBD regimens based on the types of hemp extract that are available. ➤ Read More
CBD for Seniors: What We Know So Far
There’s absolutely no doubt that CBD is one of the biggest industries in the natural wellness market today. Worth billions of dollars, its high profitability is indicative of a market that can meet the needs of a diverse range of consumers. When we think of the key market for CBD, many people automatically think of the younger generation, who is more likely to be comfortable with cannabis in general. However, there’s an enormous demand for hemp among seniors too, and if you understand its unique properties, you’ll see why.
So, not only will we be talking about the unique applications of CBD for senior citizens, but we‘ll also cover the best ways for them to start a CBD regimen/routine. ➤ Read More
What Could CBD Provide for Competitive Runners?
If you’re a competitive runner, you know that few things are as physically and mentally demanding. To actually be competitive, one needs to be in excellent physical shape, free of physical pain, mentally alert, and motivated. Unfortunately, life throws things at us that can interfere with our ability to compete. Between daily stress, the risk of injuries, and other factors that are seemingly beyond our control, we can find that our careers as competitive runners can be inconsistent.
However, we are hearing that more competitive runners are embracing CBD. Why? Because the hemp plant is unique in terms of its chemical composition that offers some pretty fascinating properties to the human body through the endocannabinoid system.➤Read More