1. Historical Perspective: CBD is Not New

    “For the relief of certain kinds of pain, I believe, there is no more useful medicine than Cannabis within our reach,” wrote Sir John Russell Reynolds, neurologist, epilepsy research pioneer, and physician to Queen Victoria back in 1859. In fact, cannabis was used for pain relief in all of the m…Read More

  2. The Illusive THC: CBD Ratio

    Cannabis testing allows consumers to make informed purchasing decisions based on the strength and composition of cannabis products. Each person can optimize their therapeutic benefit from cannabis by finding the proper combination of CBD and THC that works best for their unique needs. Consumers bene…Read More

  3. Concentration Levels

    One of the variables to take into consideration when evaluating CBD products is potency. CBD potency specifically refers to how strong it is. If a CBD extract is rated at 300mg, it’s going to be about half as strong (potent) as the same amount of a CBD extract rated at 600mg CBD. These potencies a…Read More

  4. Full Spectrum & Entourage Effect

    Good CBD oil is manufactured using the whole plant, ensuring that the oil contains the full range of primary and secondary constituents of the hemp plant including naturally-occurring terpenes, essential vitamins, fatty acids, proteins, and more.  Studies have indicated there is a greater benefit w…Read More

  5. Extraction Methods

    Producing quality CBD oil is an expensive process. Carbon dioxide (CO2) extraction, one of the best processes, utilizes elaborate equipment and requires a high level of expertise as opposed to the cheaper and easier chemical extraction processes that can leave residue from toxic solvents in the CBD …Read More