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Stay Healthy This Fall! A Quick Guide for Fall Health

As the seasons change, some of us become extremely susceptible to illnesses and related symptoms. Whether you’ve actually come down with a sickness or if allergies are running amuck, Infinite CBD wants to ensure that your health is kept at the top of your priority list.  Common Sicknesses of the Fall Season Each seasonal transition can spark negative reactions from within our systems - which is totally natural! Our bodies aim to reside in a state of homeostasis, which is why keeping our internal systems in balance can ...

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Bringing You Health This Holiday Season!

Apple Pie Asteroids have become a seasonal favorite for our customers. Every holiday season, Infinite CBD brings back our most comforting gummy yet! Bringing you hints of the holiday season with the potential benefits of CBD has never been more accessible.  These limited quantity gummies blew the minds of our customers last year, and the response this year has been even more monumental! Customers looking to take advantage of this promotion can plan in advance for stocking stuffers, snacks for guests ...

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Class is in Session! CBD 101

Welcome to CBD 101, a crash course hosted by Infinite CBD to help you understand CBD fully. Have you already been introduced to CBD? In recent years, CBD has hit headlines across the country and around the globe. While cannabis itself has remained a hot topic in recent political and bureaucratic news, it’s interesting to watch the integration of cannabidiol (CBD) as a retail product and natural wellness alternative. Throughout the internet, stories of successful CBD encounters have come ...

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CBD News; U.S. TSA Changes Medical Cannabis Regulations to Include Cannabidiol (CBD)

Currently, the U.S. government categorizes cannabis as a federally illegal substance. Despite the many discovered potential benefits of the cannabis plant, the government has not taken the next step to remove the plant from its Schedule 1 classification. To many people’s surprise, last May, the FDA approved a CBD-based drug called Epidiolex. Its main purpose is to help treat seizures. As a result of this groundbreaking move, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) made a move of their own ...

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What Are CBD Isolate Products, and How Can They Help You?

The Power of CBD Isolate Products The cannabis plant is complex, to say the least, but how complex do you think it is? Well, it contains more than 400 chemical compounds with at least sixty of them being cannabinoids. Then, currently, two of the most popular and widely consumed cannabinoids are Cannabidiol (CBD) and Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). Although both of these cannabinoids interact with the endocannabinoid system, CBD has become more recognizable globally. This is ...

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What is CBD With No THC?

Many cannabinoids exist, and these cannabinoids can be isolated. When considering how you can best benefit from different cannabinoids, it's important to know the form they come in. Many people have enjoyed relief from THC for decades, but what about CBD. Looking to use CBD, but what is CBD with no THC? What is THC? THC is perhaps the most well-known cannabinoid in the cannabis plant. THC is a psychoactive cannabinoid that was discovered ...

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What is Cannabis? | Similarities to Hemp

Over time, there has been lots of confusion surrounding the differences between hemp and marijuana. What may come as a surprise is that hemp and marijuana come from the same plant species, Cannabis Sativa. According to the findings from a 1976 study, hemp and marijuana varieties come from the same plant genus referred to as “Cannabis." They also come from the same plant species referred to as “Cannabis Sativa." Despite this shared relationship, how are marijuana and hemp similar? What should you know about these two plants ...

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Can you Consume CBD, Cannabidiol, to get High?

Cannabidiol (CBD)—a non-psychoactive, non-toxic, non-addictive, and safe compound that can aid in various health issues. Cannabis plants, including the hemp plant, contains different cannabinoids. CBD and THC are two of the most recognizable ones. After consuming THC, consumers typically feel psychoactive effects or a “high” feeling. After consuming CBD, consumers experience different results without the high. Why is this though, and can you ...

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What is Cannabidiol (CBD) Isolate?

You've probably seen CBD isolate for sale in a local store, or heard about in on the news. While you might recognize the name, what is cannabidiol isolate? Learn more about CBD isolate, also known as Cannabidiol isolate, here as well as it's purity, and way to use it. What is Cannabidiol Isolate? Cannabidiol isolate, also known as CBD isolate, is an isolated cannabinoid. In its original form, CBD is one of many cannabinoids found in the hemp and cannabis plant. Other cannabinoids ...

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How CBD Oil Works and Its Interaction with the Endocannabinoid System

Cannabidiol (CBD)—a cannabinoid that can help improve consumers’ overall well-being and quality of life. Even though CBD is non-psychoactive, research demonstrates it can deliver numerous nutrients that can make a positive difference in one’s day-to-day routine. Countless CBD products are used nowadays, especially infused oils, tinctures, and topicals. You may wonder how CBD oil works though. How does this cannabinoid interact with our bodies? What is CBD’s link to our endocannabinoid system? Keep reading to find out! Importance of Our Endocannabinoid System and CBD All humans and mammals ...

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Where CBD Comes From | Hemp Plants vs Cannabis Plants

Hemp and cannabis are both beneficial plants that can positively improve one’s life. Then, there are cannabinoids like Cannabidiol (CBD) that can be extracted from industrial hemp and cannabis. Where CBD comes from is interesting to many because it is derived from more than one source. Regardless of where CBD comes from, it can deliver numerous potential properties to consumers. Even though hemp and cannabis plants have beneficial effects, they are different from ...

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Will CBD Make Me Tired?

When trying CBD for the first time, a lot of people ask about the side effects of CBD. For example, what's the connection between CBD and sleep? While many medicines and supplements can cause tiredness, does CBD? Let's answer this question once and for all: "will CBD make me tired?" CBD Effects Everyone Differently First and foremost, it's important to know that CBD effects everyone differently. While we all have a thriving endocannabinoid system, there are many other mechanisms that impact how CBD might make you feel. For example, your activity ...

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Willie Nelson CBD-infused Coffee Line: Willie’s Remedy

If you’re a country music fan or if you’re a cannabis advocate, you may be familiar with Willie Nelson and the work he does as a singer and activist. Willie Nelson is not only a famous country singer and songwriter, but he has also been an outspoken cannabis advocate for years. In the past Willie came out with his own brand of cannabis products called Willie’s Reserve. However, recently, he launched a new line of CBD-infused coffee under the name, Willie’s Remedy. Learn more about why ...

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The FDA Approves The First Drug Containing CBD – Now What?

On June 25th, 2018 the FDA approved the first drug containing CBD. The new drug, with contains no psychoactive THC, is called Epidiolex. About Epidiolex Epidiolex is made of purified cannabidiol or CBD. Through clinical trials, Epidiolex was found to demonstrate its ability to treat those with Lennox-Gastaur syndrome and Davet syndrome, two forms of severe epilepsy. According to the clinical research, Epidiolex reduces the number of seizures and helps to restore the quality of life in these epileptic patients. Government-Approved Cannabis Medication So, the government just approved a cannabis-derived ...

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CBD Oil Now Legal in Indiana

After years of confusion, on Wednesday, March 21st, Indiana’s Governor signed House Bill 52 into law. This particular law legalizes Cannabidiol (CBD) oil that contains less than 0.3 percent THC. For many years, there has been a great deal of confusion regarding the legalization of CBD oil in Indiana. However, since Governor Holcomb officially signed HB 52 into law, Indiana Hoosiers can now legally purchase, possess, use, and sell CBD oil. CBD ...

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What is the Endocannabinoid System, and How Does It Work?

What is the Endocannabinoid System, and do we all have one? If so, how does it work? We all have an Endocannabinoid System,  also known as ‘ECS’ for short. The system is named after the cannabis plant that led to its discovery, and the root of it comes from the Sanskrit word, “Ananda”, which means bliss. The ECS is often categorized as the most important physiologic system involved in establishing and maintaining human health. Background of The Endocannabinoid System: In the early-mid 1990s, the ECS was discovered by Ralph ...

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Endocannabinoids vs. Phytocannabinoids

The complexity of cannabis can be overwhelming. Its many components and the variety of benefits users can experience is in-depth. Although people often associate cannabis with THC and/or CBD, there’s much more to the plant. How our body processes CBD or other cannabinoids is where the magic lies. Phytocannabinoids are naturally-occurring and concentrated in the oil resin of the cannabis leaves and buds. Whereas, endocannabinoids are cannabinoids that our bodies produce internally. Endo= ...

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CBD vs THC

Oftentimes, when discussing anything related to cannabis, people immediately think of THC. There is more than cannabis then this psychoactive component though, which we've seen with the emergence of a flourishing CBD industry. While CBD and THC are surely related in some capacity, they are not the same. For once and for all, let's get to the bottom of CBD vs THC. CBD and THC Are Both Cannabinoids The cannabis plant (indica or sativa) contains numerous cannabinoids. Cannabinoids are chemical compounds within the cannabis plant, but they can be found in our organisms as well. There are over 100 ...

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This Is Why Infinite CBD Products Are Lab-Tested

There are numerous CBD companies, all promising customers high-quality CBD products. Unfortunately, many companies fail to deliver on these promises, compromising their honor and your health. At Infinite CBD, we believe you should know what's in your CBD products. This is why all Infinite CBD products are lab-tested. The FDA Wants Transparency in the CBD Market The Food and Drug Administration, or FDA, does not regulate the CBD market, but it does demand transparency. The FDA policies the CBD industry in two ways. First, they make sure that no health claims or curative statements are made about CBD ...

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CBD Methods of Consumption; Topical CBD Effectiveness

Nowadays, you don’t need to smoke cannabis strains to receive the vast health properties the plant contains. There’s a variety of other consumption methods that are just as effective, if not more effective than combusting cannabis. Everyone is different, and each person uses cannabis for their own reasons, however, remember that there are more options than just smoking and/or vaping. Overall, those interested in CBD can consume it through the following methods; cannabis infused food and/or beverages, which are often referred to as edibles in addition to other methods including tinctures, oils, topical creams/...

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Hemp CBD vs. Marijuana CBD; What’s the Difference?

There has been much controversy on the effects of hemp CBD vs. marijuana CBD. Project CBD suggests to people who are looking to use CBD oil, to use whole plant cannabis for its safety profile. On the other hand, Franjo Grotenhermen of the International Association of Cannabinoid Medicines, describes the compound as “CBD is CBD”. It is important to know the difference between which plant your CBD is coming from. Companies utilize CBD from both industrial hemp and marijuana, ...

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Cannabinoids: Find Out How They Work With the Body

Everything to Know About Cannabinoids How a cannabinoid works and interacts with the body depends on one's endocannabinoid system. Everyone has an endocannabinoid system with receptors that use cannabinoids to signal areas of the body to provide relief. Our bodies receptors interact differently with each cannabinoid. Cannabinoids are most commonly in the cannabis plant; whether that be from medical marijuana or industrial hemp. They have also been located beyond cannabis in other natural plant-based products. Tetrahydrocannabinol, THC, and cannabidiol, CBD, are two of the most consumed cannabinoids today. Upon the consumption ...

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Building a CBD Tolerance

Can You Develop a CBD Tolerance After Repetitive Use? Although not much research has been done on someone's CBD tolerance, from what is available the tolerance of CBD is different than a THC tolerance. After repetitive use of THC one builds a tolerance where their body does not feel the effects as potent. When one feels muted effects a tolerance break is often taken to renew the body to feel more potent effects. CBD consumers take the cannabinoid as a way to provide relief so they can take on day to day tasks. It helps restore the body's ...

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The Entourage Effect and Terpenes

Throughout the cannabis plant are many compounds; cannabinoids. THC and CBD are the most widely knowledgeable cannabinoids today. Together, these compounds work to provide the body with balance. This process is the entourage effect. In general, the idea of the entourage effect is that all cannabinoids within the cannabis plant work together to affect the body. Similar to the body’s own endocannabinoid system. It is the relationship between two compounds within in the cannabis plant that work simultaneously to channel the CB1 and CB2 neuroreceptors for maximum relief, states Israeli researcher Raphael Mechoulam. The entourage effect doesn’t apply ...

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