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DHA and CBD share an intimate connection. Read here to learn how ensuring your essential fatty acid intake is balanced results in an optimally functioning endocannabinoid system.
How much CBD oil should you take? We answer this complicated question by discussing all the variables you need to consider when determining how much CBD to take.
CBD and gut health share an intimate connection. We discuss how CBD can help you to achieve total health and wellness through enhancing beneficial bacteria.
CBD and THC have similarities, but more importantly have distinct chemical structures. Learn more about why the differences matters here!
A recent study from the University of Arkansas, is claiming that, like alcohol, CBD can cause liver damage. As you can imagine, this is causing quite the buzz! Read here to get the full story on CBD and the liver.
The beneficial properties of the cannabis plant can, for some, be life-changing. However, this incredible plant, like any other, is only as healthy as the soil it's planted in, and the environment in which it grows.
The extraction method used to make CBD oil is just as important as knowing the origin of the hemp. The overall quality of the product greatly depends on the method of extraction. Consumers looking for CBD products should always consider the steps taken to get a product from seed to shelf, especially when using it for therapeutic benefits.

CBD and drug testing is a legitimate concern. There are a variety of situations where a drug test might be required, and whether or not CBD will make you fail is a complicated question. We break down the answer for you here.

The endocannabinoid system plays a role in a host of homeostasis activities, including mood, the sleep/wake cycle, the HPA axis, inflammatory responses & immunomodulation and more. Learn more about this vital regulatory system here!
THCV: Tetrahydrocannabivarin is just starting to make its way into the limelight, where THC and CBD currently reign - we discuss this little known cannabinoid.
Serving as one of the initial CBD discoverers, Dr. Mechoulam became a pioneer in connecting what he found to the Endocannabinoid System.
CB1 and CB2 receptors are evolved to respond perfectly to anandamide and other endocannabinoids, which seem to help the body maintain balance in many of its systems. But since plant-based cannabinoids fit into the same chemical "keyholes" in the receptors, humans can use them to pick up the slack when our bodies aren't producing enough of the natural equivalent.

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