Can You OD on CBD?

The best answer to this question would be a firm NO. CBD has been proven to be a safe drug. It also lacks Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), a component that has adverse effects if consumed in excess. This happens during the different extraction processes on the oil. CBD is also very unlikely to get you high as is the case with cannabis that contains THC. The oil has been legalized in many countries and states all over the world, a testament to the conf Read More...

Why Smoking Weed Gets You High

Marijuana has some well-proven benefits, including providing relief for long-term after pain symptoms. But smoking marijuana can have some bad effects on your health, including making breathing problems worse. Marijuana comes from the dried flowers of cannabis plants. It has more than 500 chemicals. Cannabis can have a psychoactive or mind-altering effect on you. THC: This is the main psychoactive agent in marijuana. Its full name is delta 9 Read More...

How Do We Make CBD Oil

Extraction of CBD oil can be done in three different ways: CO2 Method– Pushing C02 through the plant simultaneously at high pressures and low temperatures, CBD oil can be extracted in its purest form. This process is often thought of as the best and safest as it cleanly extracts CBD, removing substance like chlorophyll and leaving no residue. CBD oil extracted in this way has a cleaner taste, but it is a more expensive method than other alter Read More...

Some Most Common Misconceptions Regarding CBD

Many people use CBD – a chemical component-cannabidiol present in the cannabis plant for various purposes like for curing skin diseases, or helping with pain, anxiety depression or brain-related disorders like seizures and Alzheimer’s. Though CBD is completely safe to consume, with relatively few side effects, some misconceptions have inadvertently risen from the long-term use of CBD, which is needed to be addressed. Here in this blog, we att Read More...

How to Soothe Your Skin?

Our skin can easily get irritated by the slightest of environment or climate changes, exposure to pollution, stress from an Impending work deadline, enduring a lot of jet lag and by consuming lots of oily and spicy food. While we can control the amount of spice or oil in the foods that we eat, environmental changes, pollution, stress, jet lag cannot be controlled. Skin irritations are most of the times temporary and can be easily be controlle Read More...