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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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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 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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WHO CBD Report; the World Health Organization

Recently, the World Health Organization (WHO) deemed Cannabidiol (CBD) as a safe, non-toxic, and non-addictive substance. This was according to the WHO CBD report, and more of its findings will be discussed below. Besides CBD being a non-psychoactive cannabinoid, it can also deliver a plethora of potential benefits. CBD can even help improve individuals’ quality of life and well-being. Although Cannabidiol is classified as an illegal substance in many countries, other countries are going in the opposite direction. For example, certain countries are studying CBD more than ever ...

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