Monthly Archives: November 2020

What’s Research Say About CBD Oil and Diabetes?

Written byAdam Waldbillig Published November 30, 2020 The name diabetes mellitus, ‘diabetes’ being derived from the Greek word ‘siphon’- to pass through and ‘mellitus’ meaning honeyed or sweet, is the result of untreated diabetics having high levels of glucose in the urine.  This is a characteristic of diabetes that can be attributed to glucose not…

What’s the Research Say About CBD for Weight Loss?

Written by Michel Moninger Published November 30, 2020 According to the CDC, in the years 2013-016, almost 50% of U.S. adults attempted to lose weight in any 12 month period.1 (Martin et al., 2018) Clearly, weight loss is a priority for many people. Partly because of the number of people trying to lose weight, there…

Getting Refreshed with CBD Drinks [Best 8 CBD Drinks on Market]

Written by Marion Law Published Novem,ber 30, 2020 As CBD products are rapidly becoming ubiquitous in the mainstream over-the-counter market and the number of legal cannabis dispensaries rises across the nation, hemp-derived cannabidiol, aka CBD, is finding its way into more and more ingestible products, especially beverages.  CBD drinks are common at CBD specialty stores…

How to Talk to Your Doctor About Using CBD Oil

Your interest in taking CBD is the first step in what has the possibility to revolutionize your health.  While your best bet would be to speak with a doctor who specializes in cannabis medicine, we understand medical marijuana doctors aren’t available in every state. If you’re doctor isn’t on board with the idea of CBD…

Back Pain: What’s the research say about CBD for Sciatica?

There are countless companies selling CBD in oils, creams, balms, sprays, gummies, vaporizers, edibles, and more. How are you supposed to know which one is the right one for you? The first step is identifying what exactly you are going to be using CBD for.  When dealing with localized pain, like sciatica, it will be…

Closing the Circle

Native tribes in the continental United States and Canada continue to grapple with issues of sovereignty that have arisen with renewed urgency as efforts proceed to jump-start a cannabis economy on Indian lands. Last year, Congressman Don Young, an Arkansas Republican, introduced the Tribal Marijuana Sovereignty Act. House Resolution 1416 was the first legislative attempt…