In this week’s review, we’ll take an in-depth look at CBD marketing and how to best advertise your business.
We’ll also cover a few other topics including a short list of the things you can’t do with CBD, the differences between isolate, tincture, and distillate, whether or not THC can be used for pet fish, and more.
BUSINESS: Double-digit losses for cannabis stocks
Dominant cannabis stocks, including Tilray, Aurora, and Insys, took a beating last month leaving potential investors with cold feet. Although significant, this hit wasn’t as severe as the one suffered by many Canadian stocks at the end of 2018. Analysts have narrowed it down to investors just wanting the straight profit, claiming they had “bought the run and sold the fact.” Click here to read the full story.
BUSINESS: CBD Marketing 101 – Everything You Need to Know About Advertising in the CBD Industry
When you’re trying to grow a business – whether it’s new or already established – you’ll need to spend quite a bit of resources on marketing. For most business owners, it all comes down to what specific ad campaign they need and how much it costs. But for someone in the CBD industry, it’s undeniably more complicated. Click here to read the full story.
HEALTH: 5 Things You CAN’T Do With CBD
If you’re following the news or social media, you’ve likely noticed a staggering uptick in CBD products and related medical claims. According to some of these companies, CBD can fix basically any condition under the sun – which is simply not true. Having said that, let’s take a quick look at some of the things you can’t use CBD for. Click here to read the full story.
HEALTH: Can Cannabis Tampons Deliver Effective Menstrual Pain Relief?
No woman looks forward to their monthly cycle. This dreaded ‘time of the month’ creates a whirlwind of emotional and physical changes that make for a rather unpleasant week. While some of us can get away with just general discomfort, many women experience very severe symptoms that cause agonizing pain, rendering them unable to work or function. Could cannabis bring the relief that OTC medication has failed to do? Click here to read the full story.
RECREATIONAL: Beginner’s guide to CBD tincture, CBD isolate, and CBD distillate
Most people are familiar with CBD, but the specifics about some of the available products remains less common knowledge. In this article we’ll discuss the difference between CBD Tincture, CBD Isolate, and CBD Distillate so you can make a fully educated decision about what product is best for you. Click here to read the full story.
RECREATIONAL: CBD Vaping vs CBD Edibles: The pros and cons
What IS the best way to use CBD? Is it better to vape or smoke? What about edibles or supplements like softgels? Maybe sublinguals or topicals? The options are truly endless these days and what consumption method you choose depends entirely on the condition that’s being treated. Click here to read the full story.
LIFESTYLE: Cannabis Yoga: Taking Your Practice to New Highs
Today, yoga is practiced by millions of people around the world as a way to feel relaxed and centered, however, it originated in India as early as 3,000 B.C. Yogis have been combining cannabis and yoga for decades and now, the practice has expanded all the way to the sunny coasts of California. Click here to read the full story.
LIFESTYLE: Study Shows That Cannabis Motivates People to Exercise
Researchers at the University of Colorado surveyed more than 600 people across multiple states to find out their cannabis-related fitness regimens. The results, which were published in the Frontiers in Public Health Journal, revealed that over 80 percent of people who exercise regularly support the use of cannabis before or after working out. Click here to read the full story.
PETS: Giving THC to Your Fish? This Is What Happened to Them…
CBD has become a really popular alternative remedy for treating pet ailments, especially for cats and dogs. THC on the other hand, is generally off limits for animals because it can cause potentially dangerous side effects. But researchers from the American University of Beirut were curious what would happen if they gave THC-infused pellets to fish. Click here to read the full story.
PETS: Canine Cannabis To Treat Doggy Anxiety Could Be Next
A Utah based pet supply company has been making high-quality, hemp infused doggie treats for years now. Their products, which always have only trace amounts of THC or none at all, are used to help manage canine anxiety in pups who needs a little extra help relaxing, especially during firework shows, thunderstorms, or other high stress times. Click here to read the full story.
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