In recent years, there has been a lot of buzz about terpenes. But what are they? Terpenes are the molecules responsible for the odors and flavors associated with different plants. In cannabis and hemp, they can be found most notably in the trichomes on the flowers.
In this article, we will clear up some of those term’s meanings and discuss the differences between full-spectrum CBD vs broad-spectrum CBD vs CBD isolate.
Why use a whole plant CBD extract when you can just take an isolated version? Well, the answer may not be as straightforward as it seems. In this blog post, we will discuss what is whole plant CBD, what whole plant means, and why use whole plant CBD.
Myrcene is the most abundant terpene found in hemp. For centuries, ancient cultures have believed that it has medicinal properties and used it to help promote a healthy life with the use of its healing. This blog post will explore more about what myrcene is and when you should use it for optimum results.
Sometimes people turn to medication for help with their sleep problems, but CBD might be an alternative worth looking into. In this blog post, I will discuss 5 reasons why you should try CBD for sleep needs!
In this blog post, we will discuss what exactly CBD Topicals are, how to use them, and some of their many benefits.
The simple answer is… yes, full-spectrum CBD contains trace amounts of THC which can lead to a positive test result. Although there are many different factors that contribute to drug tests and if they will be detected.
For those that wish to end their day with a potent Indica variety, our Nightly Wellness CBD products are the go-to selection.