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In the wide world of cannabidiol, there’s a lot to learn. And as they say: knowledge is power. The better informed you are about CBD, its effects, and your own individual needs, the better you’ll be able to decide how CBD can fit into your unique lifestyle. That’s why we’ve compiled this database of information about all things CBD, hemp, cannabis, and more!

Can You Use CBD For Vertigo?

CBD is an incredibly versatile wellness tool. From pain to inflammation to nausea and more, the list of symptoms that CBD can improve seems near endless. Is using CBD for vertigo another viable option…

What is a Lifter Strain?

The term "lifter strain" refers to just one cannabis strain, named "Lifter." This South Oregon-derived cannabis strain is unlike its THC-heavy counterparts. Instead of intoxicating side effects, Lifte…

Does CBD Interact With Medications: What to Know

Cannabidiol (CBD) offers many therapeutic benefits for a wide variety of common ailments. But if you’re suffering from certain conditions, it’s important to be aware of how CBD works in the body. For…

Does CBD Oil Go Bad?

Yes and no. CBD oils expire just like other ingestible products, carrier oils, and even other CBD products like CBD edibles. However, does CBD oil go bad (as in "bad for your health")? Not necessar…

Using CBD For Sleep

Sleep deprivation doesn’t just affect your nights. Bad sleep also means sleepy, inefficient days that prevent you from living your best life. So it’s natural that more and more poor sleepers are looki…

What Are Botanicals?

According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), we define a botanical as “a plant or plant part valued for its medicinal or therapeutic properties, flavor, and/or scent.” So what are botanicals…

Cannabis at the "2020" Tokyo Olympics

It's no secret: athletes and cannabis have a long history together. But at sports' highest tiers of performance, cannabis has long been a prohibited substance.But with the sea change in how the world…

Synthetic Cannabinoids: What are They?

You can probably guess the origins of synthetic cannabinoids. But to clarify: they are cannabinoids created synthetically in a lab, as opposed to cannabinoids derived from natural, organic cannabis. O…