In this week’s Recreational CBD Review and Newsletter, we’ll take a look at strain variations, terpenes, and then some.
You’ve likely heard about sativa and indica when referring to flowers, but do you really know the difference between the two? Also, learn about cannabis and hemp concentrates, portable vaporizers, and terpenes. And does regular cannabis use hold you back in life? Continue reading for all the details.
Sometimes cannabis and hemp can be a bit complicated, especially if you’re a novice user. When choosing flower strains, one of the factors that’s most often considered is whether the strain is an indica, sativa or hybrid. But what are the real differences between these varieties and how do each of them make you feel?
Let’s start by saying, if you’re new to cannabis or hemp, then you might want to hold off on the concentrates for a while. Concentrates are extracted and distilled from the plant and they are much stronger than regular flowers. Some can have up to 95% THC, CBD, or other ‘concentrated’ cannabinoids.
If you’re want just a minimal dose of cannabinoids or are trying minimize the risk of interactions between cannabis and any pharmaceuticals you might be taking, then consider microdosing for your method of consumption. But choosing the right hardware can get complicated. Luckily, we’ve handpicked three of the best vapes for microdosing that are on the market currently.
The overall view towards cannabis these days is favorable, definitely more so now then it has been at any point over the last century. Because of these swaying opinions, many new sectors are emerging in the cannabis industry including the production of isolated cannabinoids and extracted terpenes – which are expected to blow up over the next few years.
We’ve all heard of cannabis’ reputation as a substance that makes people lose their mojo and become aloof and unmotivated. But is this stereotype even true? There are hundreds of thousands of cannabis users around the world, most which lead happy, normal, productive lives. So why is cannabis so frequently associated with laziness?