Hemp can be used for a multitude of different, modern-day innovations. Here’s a short list of what can be made from hemp.
Plus, did you know you can use hemp seed oil to improve the look and quality of your hair? Also, if you’re trying to get centered, consider using a little bit of CBD along with meditation. And what’s the deal with CBD Water? All that and more in this week’s CBD Lifestyle Weekly Newsletter.
For centuries, humans have been using hemp as an industrial resource. But do you know just how many modern-day items it’s possible to make from hemp? The options are nearly limitless. Things such as plastic alternatives to solve our pollution crisis, cost-efficient biofuel, sustainable denim, and even houses can all be made from hemp.
With the rising popularity of CBD for treating things like anxiety and insomnia, there are those who also swear by it when it comes to hair care. It’s believed that CBD-infused shampoos and conditioners – which are full of vitamins, minerals, and proteins – can help moisturize both the scalp and hair follicles.
The list of CBD products on the market today is seemingly endless. There are oil tinctures, vape juices, gummy bears and more. But have you ever heard of CBD water? Although it’s simple in theory, scientifically its quite complex. CBD water comes down to something called nanoparticles.
The United States is a nation plagued by stress. Nearly 8 in 10 Americans experience stress regularly, and this can lead to a variety of serious health conditions. There is strong evidence in support of using CBD, which is known to open the mind on its own, along with meditation for ultimate stress relief.
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While the Republican party has traditionally held an anti-cannabis stance, the Senate committee just scheduled a hearing to discuss business banking access for cannabis companies. Cannabis is a hot topic of discussion this year and with elections coming up soon, you can expect politicians on both sides of the fence to be scrambling to find solutions for all these industry grey areas.
With the legalization of cannabis across many states in the U.S., along with the 2018 Farm Bill which legalized large-scale cultivation of industrial hemp, there’s a lot of confusion differentiating between cannabis and hemp. Even though they’ve been categorized the same for decades, they’re each extremely unique.