Have you ever wondered if there’s anything you can do with your bottom-of-the-bag CBD Shake? Did you know that Vaping CBD Oil offers immediate effects? And who discovered CBD in the first place?
As well as the above questions, we’re taking a closer look at CBD Gifts for Father’s Day. Cannabidiol also has a rich and interesting history to appease the curiosity of the most die-hard CBD enthusiast. And finally, we’ll dive into the effects of long-term cannabis use. Enjoy this week’s Recreational CBD review.
Father’s Day is just around the corner and what better way to show pops how much you care than with a high-quality CBD gift. But with so many CBD products geared towards women, it can be difficult to find something for a man. Check out our short list of products that will take the stress out of shopping and are sure to bring a smile to his face. Click here to read the full story.
Have you even reached the bottom of your CBD flowers bag or jar and wondered what to do with the leftover crumbs? These crumbs are called “shake” and it’s worth saving for a variety of reasons. It includes tiny pieces of CBD buds, leaves, stalks, and trichomes that can be smoked, vaped or added to edibles simply and with no hassle. Click here to read the full story.
There’s CBD, THC, Oil, Vape Juice and about a thousand other names. When it comes to the world of CBD, things can get confusing but fret not. We’re here to set the record straight and let you know which CBD you can vape and which you cannot. Click here to read the full story.
While many people feel relaxed, connected, and creative when they use cannabis, that’s certainly not the case for everyone. Some experience paranoia, heightened anxiety, cold sweats, and just an overall sense of discomfort. For the most part, the former is the rule but the negative effects have some people wondering about heavy or long-term cannabis use. Click here to read the full story.
Hemp has been cultivated around the globe since roughly 4000 BCE. It’s been used for a variety of different things from medicine to rope and clothes, and beyond. The first recorded medical study on hemp happened in 1533 when doctors tried to find out why this herb had such great effects on patients. Click here to read the full story.