Summer is officially here and that means people are getting out of the house and having fun!
Whether that means going hiking or camping, or going out for some drinks, CBD can be incorporated into most of your summertime activities. And it’s not just humans that like to get out when the weather is warm, you’ll likely also see quite a few bees who apparently, have an affinity for hemp as well. All that and more in this week’s CBD Lifestyle Weekly Review and Newsletter.
It’s warming up outside and for many people that means connecting with nature and heading into the great outdoors – often with cannabis or CBD products at their side. While it may seem like that’s something one just does, there are actually a few key things to remember if you choose to partake. Check out our helpful tips about hiking with cannabis or CBD.
Many people enjoy winding down with a relaxing drink at the end of a long, hard week. Now it’s possible to take that experience to the next level with the newest trend – CBD Cocktails. With CBD being infused into just about everything these days – tea, coffee, gourmet foods, etc. – it’s no surprise that CBD Cocktails are being served at a few select bars across the U.S.
The month of June was all about pride, inclusion, and most importantly, unconditional love. Many in the LGBTQ community enjoy cannabis and CBD, and some companies are taking note. Check out our short list of some awesome products coming from companies that care.
Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of many naturally occurring compounds found in cannabis and hemp plants. CBD oil is extracted from the flowers of the cannabis plant while hemp seed oil comes from seeds of the plant instead. Both have some amazing benefits and a few similarities, but they do have a lot of significant differences as well.
Humans are the only ones with an affinity for hemp – apparently this plant is quite popular among bee colonies. Yes, you read that right, bees love hemp flowers. According to a recent study published in the Journal of Biomass and Bioenergy, multiple bee species are attracted to hemp, especially the common honeybee.