This week we’ve had the pleasure of covering some fun and exciting cannabis wellness topics.
Things like cannabis weddings, DIY skincare, and eating raw cannabis kept us busy. We also explored the new medical cannabis regulations in the country where cannabinoid research was born. Plus, take a look at the very best flower vape pens for this summer and learn about growing aeroponic buds. All that and more in this week’s CBD Testers Weekly Review and Newsletter.
If you’ve always been the type of person that prefers cannabis over alcohol, have you considered doing a cannabis-themed wedding? To sum it up, a canna-wedding is just a run of the mill nuptial but instead of serving alcohol, you would have a cannabis flower bar. This has actually become a very popular trend in legal states, so much so that there is now an entire expo dedicated to canna-weddings.
CBD skincare products are amazing, but they’re also expensive! So instead of breaking the bank, why not just make your own? These DIY CBD skin products are simple, fun, and your skin will definitely be happy when you’re done. Not only that, but this way you’ll know exactly what’s going into your hygiene products so you can avoid any of the harsh, commercial ingredients.
When most people think of “eating cannabis” edibles are probably the first thing that comes to mind, but have you ever considered eating it raw? By definition, raw means unprocessed and in its natural state, so no, you can’t use a trimmed and cured bud from your stash. From a nutritional standpoint, raw cannabis is one of the healthiest foods on earth, full of antioxidants, protein, fiber, vitamins and minerals.
Vaping CBD has never been so popular and accessible and it’s an ideal solution for people who need immediate relief from their symptoms. When it came to finding the very best CBD Vape Pens on the market in 2019, we were faced with a difficult task, but we were able to come up with a short list of products you should definitely try for yourself.
A lot of people use cannabis for the relaxing high they experience, AKA getting stoned. Lately however, many cannabis connoisseurs are shifting away from regular THC use and turning to CBD instead. Cannabidiol is the second most dominant cannabinoid in the cannabis plant, and the it’s the main one found in hemp. Unlike THC however, CBD is mellow, but non-intoxicating.
Although it’s been years since Israel legalized medical cannabis for certain qualifying patients, the sad reality is that this haven of cannabis research has always been littered with red tape, inconsistent regulations, and frequent price increases. However, this is finally about to change fore the better. According to Deputy Health Minister Ya’acov Litzman, “We are attentive to criticism and to improving in order to ease the suffering of patients and will continue to promote further activities on the matter,” ‘
CBD, short for Cannabidiol, is an active compound inside cannabis and hemp. Unlike THC, CBD offers many therapeutic benefits without the psychoactive effects. With all the talk surrounding this cannabinoid lately, it can be difficult to separate the real from the fake. Let’s take a look at some of the most common myths and dispel them once and for all.
What initially began as a method to do in-depth, root research, aeroponics is now a widely-accepted cannabis cultivation method. The benefits of growing aeroponically are abundant, however, it’s not an easy method for novice gardeners. It requires a lot of attention to detail and a thorough knowledge of what a healthy cannabis plant looks like in all the stages of its life cycle.
As cannabis legalization becomes increasingly mainstream throughout North America, some consumers are having issues differentiating between the multitude of strains – and many think the crazy names are to blame. While some people swear by the newer strains like Wedding Cake and Gelato, others prefer classics like Pre 98 bubba. Then throw in the CBD strains like Charlotte’s Web and Harlequin, and we can see why people are getting confused.