Even with the current Tory leadership race dominating the headlines, it’s worth remembering that Brexit is not going away any time soon. If the UK does leave the EU, the subsequent legal and logistical changes will be profound, wide-ranging, and very unpredictable.
It’s easy to assume that CBD would be difficult to cultivate, but you couldn’t be further from the truth. While time-consuming, the process is now carried out by manufacturers on an industrial scale and it seems to be deceptively simple. So, how is CBD extracted and how can you turn your hand to potentially creating your own?
The CBD industry is rapidly growing in popularity throughout the world. Now a major industry in the UK and the US, bodies of research are rapidly massing around the subject; with the term ‘entourage effect’ increasingly bandied about. But what does this actually mean for CBD users and curious vapers?
Love CBD? So do we! In your search for the very best CBD, you may well have come across a variety of products including something called 'Full Spectrum CBD'. Sound's interesting right? But what does 'Full Spectrum' mean, why would you use it and how does is it differ to other CBD products you may be more familiar with?
With an ever-changing landscape in the medical world and constant warnings that we’re taking too many prescription drugs, it’s no wonder that people are searching for different ways to medicate.
You’ve heard it about on the news and your high street health food shop may even have a whole aisle dedicated to the stuff. Thinking about dipping your toes into the latest supplement sensation? Let’s find out where to start and what you need to know with this beginner's guide to CBD.
Celebrating mothers near and far this March, for an altogether alternative way to treat your Mum this Mothering Sunday, why not think about introducing CBD into their lives?