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350mg Broad Spectrum CBD Oil

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Green Roads 350mg Broad Spectrum CBD Oil is a quality oil made by a licensed pharmacist in America. With over 20 years of experience in the field, Green Roads delivers top-quality cannabis products. The 350mg Broad Spectrum CBD Oil is one of the most popular Broad Spectrum Oils. It is also sublingual oil that is vegetable glycerin based and can also be used for vaping.

How does it work

Cannabidiol (CBD) is the main cannabinoid compound found in our broad spectrum CBD oil. The CBD cannabinoid directly connects to our internal endocannabinoid system ( ECS ) found within us, mainly in our nervous and immune system. The cannabinoids interact and activate receptors in the ECS that helps us find balance. If the ECS is not in balance it will lead to inflammation, headaches, pain and other serious conditions. Using our CBD oil is a natural way to help heal your body.

Ingredients
CBD Oil, Hemp Seed Oil, 99% Pure CBD Crystalline Isolate, Kosher-Grade Vegetable Glycerin.

Directions

Each person may require a different dosage depending on their own unique system and environment. Dosage should start at .25 to .50ml (.25 go .50 dropper). Gradually increase dosage by a .25ml as needed

  1. Unscrew the lid and squeeze the dropper top to slowly fill .25ml to 1ml.
  2. Place 1-3 drops of the CBD oil in the pipette under your tongue.
  3. Hold for 30 seconds in your mouth before swallowing.

** It is recommended to contact your physician or doctor before including dietary supplements into your daily diet. You must be 18+ years to consume this product.

Green Roads 350mg Broad Spectrum CBD Oil is a quality oil made by a licensed pharmacist in America. With over 20 years of experience in the field, Green Roads delivers top-quality cannabis products. The 350mg Broad Spectrum CBD Oil is one of the most popular Broad Spectrum Oils. It is also sublingual oil that is vegetable glycerin based and can also be used for vaping. How does it work Cannabidiol (CBD) is the main cannabinoid compound found in our broad spectrum CBD oil. The CBD cannabinoid directly connects to our internal endocannabinoid system ( ECS ) found within us, mainly in our nervous and immune system. The cannabinoids interact and activate receptors in the ECS that helps us find balance. If the ECS is not in balance it will lead to inflammation, headaches, pain and other serious conditions. Using our CBD oil is a natural way to help heal your body. Ingredients CBD Oil, Hemp Seed Oil, 99% Pure CBD Crystalline Isolate, Kosher-Grade Vegetable Glycerin. Directions Each person may require a different dosage depending on their own unique system and environment. Dosage should start at .25 to .50ml (.25 go .50 dropper). Gradually increase dosage by a .25ml as needed Unscrew the lid and squeeze the dropper top to slowly fill .25ml to 1ml. Place 1-3 drops of the CBD oil in the pipette under your tongue. Hold for 30 seconds in your mouth before swallowing. ** It is recommended to contact your physician or doctor before including dietary supplements into your daily diet. You must be 18+ years to consume this product.

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Fire & Spice CBD Balm

Muscle Therapy Balm
Uplift • Comfort • Energize

The gentle warmth of this body balm comes from spicy pepper and ginger infusions and combines synergistically with organic arnica and CBD to wrap the body with soft radiant heat. Essential oils of cardamom, juniper, and pink peppercorn round out a unique bright scent that enlivens the senses and encourages effortless relaxation. Vitamin-rich and deeply moisturizing capuacu and cocoa butters create a silky, emollient texture perfect for massage. This handcrafted herbal balm is warming to active muscles and joints and delightfully aromatic for a comforting and uplifting experience.

Our CBD is extracted from hemp grown by farmers who use eco-friendly and sustainable practices. This CBD is third-party lab tested for purity and potency. Certified THC free.

1 oz jar contains 150 mg CBD
2 oz jar contains 300 mg CBD

TO USE: Breathe in and awaken your senses! Apply liberally throughout the day, and before and after strenuous activities.

Made With The Finest Organic & Wildcrafted Botanical Ingredients

Ingredients: ♥Helianthus annuus (sunflower) seed oil, Simmondsia chinensis (jojoba) esters, ♥Olea europaea (olive) fruit oil, Cera flava (beeswax), ♥Theobroma cacao (cocoa) butter, Theobroma grandiflorum (cupuacu) butter, Elettaria cardamomum (cardamom) oil, Melaleuca leucadendra (cajeput) oil, ♥Juniperus communis (juniper) oil, ♥Zingiber officinale (ginger) oil, Chrysopogon zizanioides (vetiver) oil, Lavandula angustifolia (lavender) oil, Schinus molle (pink peppercorn) oil, ♥Piper nigrum (black peppercorn) oil, Cinnamomum zeylanicum (cinnamon bark) oil, ✿Hypericum perforatum (St. John’s wort), ♥Zingiber officinale (ginger) root, ♥Capsicum annuum (cayenne), ♥Arnica montana, cannabidiol (CBD), ✿Pimenta racemosa (bay) oil, ♥Capsicum chinense (habanero pepper), ♥Stellaria media (chickweed) leaf, ♥Plantago lanceolata (plantain) leaf.

♥Certified Organic ✿Wildcrafted

For external use only. Avoid contact with eyes.

A natural Kuumba Made infusion of natural peppers, ginger, and THC-free CBD warms active muscles and joints for an exhilirating experience for body and mind.

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How to take CBD dabs

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  1. What are CBD dabs?
  2. Do CBD dabs get you high?
  3. What does a CBD dab feel like?
  4. How long do CBD dabs last?
  5. How do I use CBD dabs?
  6. Where can I buy CBD dabs?

In the world of cannabis products, CBD dabs offer one of the most concentrated forms of CBD available. Read on to learn what CBD dabs are, how they might make you feel, and how to use them.

What are CBD dabs?

Put simply, a CBD dab is a CBD (cannabidiol) concentrate derived from marijuana or hemp. Unlike other CBD products that mix the concentrate with other ingredients (to make an edible or tincture, for example), CBD dabs are unadulterated.

Regardless of texture, flavor, or consistency, all CBD dabbing products contain high concentrations of CBD. Photo by: Gina Coleman/Weedmaps

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You can buy dabs as wax, crystals, crumble, or shatter. Budder, pull-and-snap, and honeycomb are other popular CBD dab products. Each option has a different consistency to bear in mind when shopping and putting products in the cart. For example, budder is smooth and creamy, while pull-and-snap stretches out like taffy. Regardless of texture, flavor, or consistency, all CBD dabbing products contain high concentrations of CBD.

Do CBD dabs get you high?

Not exactly. CBD dabs will either contain very little or absolutely no THC, the cannabinoid that gets you classically high. So while you won’t experience a classic THC high, you won’t necessarily feel perfectly sober either. Even at relatively low doses, CBD consumption can cause a reduction in anxiety and more restful sleep (as reported in 2019 in the Permanente Journal), which technically constitutes a psychoactive effect. When consumed in high concentrations, CBD can cause drowsiness and a heavy body “high.”

When consuming CBD in any quantity — but particularly CBD dabs — it’s important to start with the lowest possible dose and gradually increase that dose until you feel the desired effect.

What does a CBD dab feel like?

If you’ve used other CBD products, such as oil, you can expect dabs to feel similar, except that the effects will likely be quite intensified due to the potency of the product. If you have experienced pain relief from CBD oil, dabbing CBD may produce similar effects. CBD has also been reported to potentially offer a range of other therapeutic benefits, from fighting inflammation to slowing the development of neurodegenerative diseases like Parkinson’s.

If you’ve used other CBD products, such as oil, you can expect dabs to feel similar, except that the effects will likely be quite intensified due to the potency of the product. Photo by: Gina Coleman/Weedmaps

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It should go without saying that the information contained in this article is not intended to diagnose, treat, or prevent any disease. The effects of CBD have not been evaluated by the FDA (except in the case of Epidiolex, the CBD-derived pharmaceutical treatment for childhood epilepsy). Be sure to consult your physician before using CBD dabs or any other cannabis products.

How long do CBD dabs last?

The effects of dabbing CBD are not as long-lasting as other CBD consumption methods, such as oral. While the effects of swallowing CBD can last seven hours, the effects of inhaling CBD vapor from a dab rig will last less than half that time, usually about three hours.

However, inhaling vapor may be preferable to ingesting edibles, as Dr. Adie Rae, scientific adviser to Weedmaps and a neuroscientist at the Legacy Research Institute in Portland, Oregon, explained: “Vaping CBD is a better choice than eating/swallowing it because the lungs are far more efficient at getting CBD into the bloodstream. The bioavailability of CBD is greater through the lungs than through the gut. Specifically, about half of the CBD you inhale makes it into the blood, but only 5% of the CBD you eat gets into your blood.”

Dabs can provide a quick but powerful hit without the intense intoxication many other cannabis products provide. And with higher bioavailability, you’ll need less CBD to achieve the same results as other consumption methods.

How do I use CBD dabs?

Using CBD dabs is easy once you’ve perfected your technique. But before you begin, there are a number of factors to consider. First, what kind of dabbing device would you be most comfortable with? Traditional dab rigs require a butane torch to heat up but offer the most classic dabbing experience. E-rigs or e-nails offer a flameless way to have a traditional dabbing experience. There are also dab pens that, on the upside, require the least amount of set-up and practice. On the other hand, they offer a much more subdued experience than you would expect from a traditional dab rig.

Traditional dab rigs require a butane torch to heat up but offer the most classic dabbing experience. Photo by: Gina Coleman/Weedmaps

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For more information on dabbing devices, different types of dabs, and how to dab, check out the Weedmaps’ Guide to Dabbing.

Where can I buy CBD dabs?

Whether you’re shopping online or in-person, make sure to buy from a licensed cannabis dispensary and choose organic when available, advised Dr. Rae. She also stressed, “Like any other CBD product, be careful if you’re taking any kind of prescription medication that has a ‘grapefruit’ warning on the label: CBD can interact with these medications, sometimes dangerously.”

Start searching for the right CBD product for you and confirm with your doctor before starting a new regimen.

In the world of cannabis products, CBD dabs offer one of the most concentrated forms of CBD available. Read on to learn what CBD dabs are, how they might make you feel, and how to use them.

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CBD Columbia, MO

Columbia CBD Delivered to Your Door

BIOS CBD provides the highest quality CBD Oil available in Columbia. Click below to have our premium CBD delivered to your home in Columbia, MO.

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Columbia CBD FAQ: Everything You Need to Know About CBD in Columbia, MO

Buying CBD in Columbia, MO isn’t always easy. Even though CBD is legal throughout Missouri, finding a local Columbia CBD store can be tough. We’ve done the research on Columbia CBD and compiled a list of frequently asked questions. This should help you on your journey to buying quality CBD.

Where can I buy CBD in Columbia, MO?

You can buy CBD from several stores in Columbia, MO. Many local vape or ecig stores also carry a limted selection of CBD products. However, the best place to find CBD in Columbia is from a local dispensary. There are also several stores that specialize in CBD however those are few and far between. One easy way to get your Columbia CBD Oil is to purchase online from BIOS CBD. The delivery is fast and you don’t need to leave the house.

You can search Google for “CBD Near Me” to see a list of local retail stores that carry CBD.

Is CBD legal in Columbia, Missouri?

YES! CBD is 100% legal in Columbia and throught the state of Missouri. Near the end of 2018 President Trump signed the new Farm Bill which made CBD derived from Hemp legal in Missouri. So now it’s much easier to buy CBD near you.

Does CBD contain THC?

Hemp oil can contain trace amounts of tetrahydrocannabinol, also known as THC. However, in order to better understand why there are trace amounts of THC found in CBD products you must first look at how it is made. Cannabinoid containing oils is made by using a strain of the hemp plant that has a high CBD content and a low THC content. The reason for this is because tetrahydrocannabinol has been shown to counteract the medicinal benefits of CBD in instances of high ratio differences (i.e. very high THC count versus low CBD). Therefore, BIOS only uses certain strains for making CBD.

BIOS provides legal CBD in Columbia and we also offer CBD in the nearby cities of De Soto and Chesterfield

Looking for CBD Oil in Columbia, MO? BIOS CBD offers all natural CBD oil is 100% legal in Missouri. BIOS CBD promotes a healthy state of mind and general stress reduction. Relax and de-stress naturally with CBD.

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Is It Legal to Mail CBD Oil? [Here’s What the Laws Say]

One of the main reasons we started WayofLeaf was to ensure people had access to up to date, accurate information about the globe’s hemp and cannabis markets. It is a challenging endeavor! The laws surrounding marijuana and industrial hemp in the U.S. alone seem to change with astounding regularity, and little of the legislation is particularly evident.

The fact that marijuana is federally illegal in the United States is one of the few things we can all agree on! It is legal for recreational use in 11 states and D.C., and there are medical marijuana programs in 22 other states at the time of writing. For the time being, at least, the government has shown no inclination to interfere in state’s rights regarding weed. The removal of Jeff Sessions as Attorney General helped alleviate a great deal of concern.

While marijuana and THC laws seem fairly clear (for now), confusion riddles the CBD industry over the legality of the substance. Several websites erroneously claim that CBD is entirely legal in all 50 states. The truth is less rosy for the industry, although there is basically no implementation of these laws!

When it comes to transporting hemp oil across state lines, especially in mail form, an increasing number of prospective consumers are nervous. “Will I get caught?” “What are the punishments for using CBD oils in a state where it is apparently illegal?” Such concerns prevent people from trying cannabidiol. Let’s try to set the record straight in this article.

CBD Laws – Noise & Confusion

Technically, CBD is not legal in all 50 states. If you go to Nebraska, South Dakota, or Idaho, the law suggests that the non-intoxicating compound in weed and hemp is illegal. In states such as Georgia, CBD oil must have 0.0% THC – less than the Federal guideline of 0.3%.

As such, one could say it is illegal to mail or use CBD in one of these states. However, it seems as if federal law supersedes the obscure rules of individual states, in this instance. Yes, you could end up in jail for using cannabidiol, but enforcement of the law is practically non-existent.

In South Dakota, Governor Kristi Noem says the compound must remain illegal in spite of federal law. The state’s Attorney General then released a statement in March 2019 that said hemp and CBD are unlawful. Nebraska classifies the compound as marijuana. Even so, the state has a number of CBD stores in operation.

In May 2019, a security officer at Disney World Orlando found a small bottle of CBD in Hester Burkhalter’s purse. He alerted the Orange County Sheriff’s Office. Deputies arrested Burkhalter, and she spent 12 hours in prison. Fortunately, prosecutors dropped the charges. There are a few other arrests for CBD-related ‘crimes’:

  • North Carolina police took a 16-year old girl to jail for having medicinal CBD in her backpack.
  • Louisiana police arrested the owner of a Lafayette CBD store for drug trafficking.
  • Nebraska cops arrested a mother and son team after they opened a CBD store in Scottsbluff.
  • The Ohio authorities charged Robert Faulkner with a felony for possession of half an ounce of CBD oil.

Should I Be Worried About Mailing CBD?

In theory, there is cause for concern. While CBD is as legal as soda in most places, there is a tiny percentage of areas where the substance is treated as an illegal one. However, an incredibly small number of cases make it to court. As with the fiasco in Orlando, those on the receiving end usually escape with no punishment. Authorities in states such as Nebraska talk a good game, but in reality, there are CBD stores all over the place!

Therefore, when companies claim that CBD is “legal in all 50 states,” they do so because of the lack of follow-through when it comes to cannabidiol arrests. Proponents of transporting CBD across state lines have more than one leg to stand on. The 2014 U.S. Farm Bill legalized the cultivation and commercial sale of hemp and hemp extract (including CBD oil). At that time, however, you had to grow it as part of a government pilot program for academic or research purposes.

Even at that point, there were hundreds of companies selling CBD who were not operating as part of such a program. They shipped their products nationwide to all 50 states with practically no consequences.

Effects of the 2018 Farm Bill

The Farm Bill 2018 went much further. It legalized the cultivation of hemp and declassified it as a Schedule I controlled substance. It defined ‘hemp’ as the Cannabis sativa L. plant and any part of the plant with a THC concentration of no more than 0.3%. Interestingly, the FDA confirmed that it is illegal to add CBD to food products or dietary supplements. This is because cannabidiol is an active ingredient in an FDA-approved drug. As such, it is not allowed a nutritional supplement or food supply designation.

The FDA also stated that any product marketed with a therapeutic claim must have the Administration’s approval before its introduction into interstate commerce. If we read between the lines, it suggests that mailing CBD oil is perfectly legal, as long as you don’t make any claims about its ability to heal. In other words, companies that sell CBD oil across the United States are shielded from legal issues if they stick to the facts and continue to educate prospective customers.

What About the DEA?

Even before the 2018 Farm Bill became law, the DEA admitted that it wasn’t trying to crack down on CBD sales. Back in July 2018, a spokesperson for the agency, Rusty Payne, attempted to clarify its stance. Payne said that “hemp was a made-up word,” and products coming from the plant, including CBD, were illegal. Of course, the recent Farm Bill legislation made this a moot point.

What was more interesting was the DEA’s general attitude. Payne said that the nation was in the middle of an opioid epidemic and that the agency had “bigger fish to fry.” More tellingly, he said the following:

“I think people think [CBD] is high on [the DEA’s] priority list right now. It is not.”

Even at that stage, the DEA realized that CBD was not killing people. Since the Farm Bill became law, cannabidiol is even lower down on the DEA’s list. The fact is: Hundreds of CBD companies sell the compound and transport it across state lines every single day. Aside from the occasional anomaly, you don’t hear stories of online stores, in particular, closing down due to law enforcement interference.

The USPS Speaks Out About Mailing CBD

The United States Postal Service (USPS) tried to clear up some of the confusion in March 2019. It confirmed that hemp products are legal to mail under certain circumstances because the plant isn’t a federally controlled substance. On its Postal Bulletin, the USPS said it had received many inquiries from companies and individuals about mailing CBD.

The new USPS policy states that you can mail hemp and hemp-based products like CBD, with a maximum THC content of 0.3% in the following circumstances:

  • You comply with all applicable local, state, and federal laws regarding the production, processing, distribution, and sale of hemp.
  • You retain a record that establishes your compliance with the laws. This record includes lab test reports or compliance reports for at least two years after the mailing date.

You don’t need to present the documentation when you mail the CBD. However, the agency can request it at that time or any date in the future.

This update comes several months after the USPS was embroiled in a legal battle for improperly seizing hemp-derived CBD. The case in question was KAB, LLC v. United States Postal Service. In September 2018, the administrative judge found that

“Congress currently permits the interstate sale, transportation, and distribution of exempt industrial hemp pursuant to the most recent appropriations act; I find that exempt industrial hemp and products derived from exempt industrial hemp are mailable.”

The USPS update acknowledges that the 2018 Farm Bill is law. The agency says once the Federal Government implements the code correctly, it will “modify the mailability criteria for CBD and cannabis products.” What the USPS is saying is that the Farm Bill’s regulatory framework is not yet established and provides “temporary” instructions. In essence, the USPS says it will loosen its guidelines when the Farm Bill becomes clearer.

When Mailing CBD Oil, Know That There’s a BIG Difference Between CBD and Other Cannabis Products

If the laws surrounding mailing CBD across state lines are murky at best, there is no such ambivalence when it comes to marijuana. Cannabis oils containing more than 0.3% THC are undeniably illegal. While there is a slight chance of a CBD package seizure, be sure that the authorities will take action for high-THC products.

Ultimately, you should be on safe ground if purchasing CBD derived from industrial hemp. If it is legal to grow the plant, there seems little reason why the cops would arrest any person using a substance derived from a legitimate crop.

Is It Legal to Mail CBD Oil?: Final Thoughts

The 2014 and 2018 Farm Acts seem to suggest that mailing lawful hemp and CBD is legal. It doesn’t matter whether they have the documentation specified by the USPS. On the plus side, the postal service is developing a method of ensuring that it seizes fewer packages. If nothing else, the guidelines are pragmatic.

Ultimately, the gap between federal and state law makes everything more confusing than necessary. We can’t say that you can definitely send bottles of hemp CBD oil across state lines to your friend. Equally, we wouldn’t know it is illegal either unless, of course, it contains more than 0.3% THC or is derived from cannabis.

The fact is, the authorities are not especially interested in confiscating your CBD package. This is why the industry is booming in the United States. If reputable brands such as PureKana knew it was illegal, do you think they would continue shipping products to all 50 states? At some point, their packages would get seized and ruin their businesses. Law enforcement would have to do the same thing with the hundreds of CBD companies operating in the United States.

For the most part, the authorities in most states exercise common sense. The time and expenses of enforcing such an absurd law are enormous, and most agencies are content to use their resources elsewhere. If you live in a state where CBD is technically illegal, you may need to exercise a degree of caution. Even so, you’ll find that most CBD sellers ship to Nebraska, Idaho, and South Dakota. Why? Because they are confident of avoiding legal consequences.

The CBD market has exploded recently, but there is still much confusion as to whether it is legal to mail CBD oil. Here we explain the most recent laws

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CBD relieves the symptoms of ALS

Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, more commonly known as ALS or motor neurone disease, is a neurodegenerative disease that causes the depletion of the motor neurons in the body, i.e the neurons that are responsible for muscle movement. Although the average life expectancy is around 2-5 years after the initial diagnosis, (this is not the case for everyone look at Steven Hawkins for example!), several studies have shown that CBD can help to relieve some symptoms of ALS.

Many people around the world were unaware of what ALS was until 2015. A Facebook campaign called the ‘ice bucket challenge’ was recently launched to raise awareness of the disease. People all over the world including celebrities were having buckets of ice cold water thrown over them, to symbolise the feeling of the dying nerve endings that ALS sufferers have to endure on a daily basis. The campaign quickly became viral and has been one of the most successful in Facebook history, raising more than 100 million dollars and leading to the discovery of some ground breaking research.

Symptoms of ALS

Despite this breakthrough there are still millions of people around the world that are suffering from this disease. The main symptoms of ALS include:

  • Progressive muscle weakness
  • Slurred speech
  • Abnormal fatigue of the arms and legs
  • Muscle cramps and twitches
  • Uncontrollable periods of laughing or crying

CBD or cannabidiol has been known to ease severe pains and can bring some relief to the symptoms of ALS:

  • Analgesic properties: ALS is a painful disease, so CBD is used to ease the pain.
  • Muscle relaxation: ALS causes the muscles to seize up, CBD helps to relax the body and relieve some of the tension.
  • Bronchodilation: CBD opens up the airways making it easier for the sufferer to breathe.
  • Saliva reduction: As the disease develops it becomes more and more difficult for the sufferer to swallow, causing an increase of saliva developing in the mouth, CBD consumption causes the saliva glands to stop producing so much saliva.
  • Appetite stimulation: Similar to THC CBD can cause the user to feel hungry after consumption.
  • Inducing sleep: CBD can make the user feel sleepy, which is good for people who are in pain and find it difficult to both fall asleep and stay asleep.

A study undertaken at the Complutense University in Madrid showed the effects of CBD in mice with ALS. The mice were administered small doses of CBD and the effects were monitored for a short period of time. They found that due to the CBD the progression of the disease in fact slowed down, extending the life expectancy of the mice by 6 days on average. This time frame was translated into three years for humans.

Did you like the post? Give us some feedback! This post has been done based on existent research to the date of publication of the article. Due to the increase in studies based on medical cannabis, the information provided can vary over time and we’ll keep informing in further writings.

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Although life expectancy for people with ALS is around 2-5 years, several studies have shown that CBD relieves symptoms of ALS.

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God Bud CBD results from the identification of a special pink pistil pheno-type of God Bud. Together with one of the leading medical marijuana research organisations in Canada BC Bud Depot used pollen from a 7% CBD Harlequin BX4 male plant. The end product was spectacular.

CBD God is an indica-dominant hybrid cannabis strain of which every pheno-type delivers between 4% – 16% CBD! Some of these still produce very high THC but with a guaranteed minimum of 4% CBD. In contrast some plants will yield 16% CBD with just 4% THC, a mind-blowing ratio of 1:4 THC:CBD. Other plants have 1:1 ratios. These natural variations allow the medical grower to select phenos that suit their particular needs.

Capable of being grown indoors and outdoors these short plants are mature with 8 – 9 weeks flowering; in northern latitudes harvest is during October and wherever grown yields will be heavy. Medicinally CBD God is useful to combat insomnia, lack of appetite, pain relief, symptom’s of Parkinson’s disease as well as to counter seizures.

Characteristics

Breeder/Brand BC Bud Depot
Product Type Seeds THC
Genetics Isolated Pink Pistil High CBD God x Harlequin Bx4
Pack Size 12 Seeds
Variety Mostly Indica
Flowering Type Photoperiod
Sex Regular
THC Content 4% – 16%
CBD Content 4% – 16%
Yield Heavy yield
Plant Height 92cm – 122cm
Grows Indoors, Outdoors
Flowering Time 8 – 9 weeks
Harvest Month Mid-October
Medical Conditions Insomnia, Lack of Appetite, Pain, Parkinson’s, Seizures
Medicinal Properties Yes
Taste / Flavour Musky
Effect Calming, Meditative, Relaxing, Sedative, Soothing
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A guide to buying CBD in Connecticut

CBD oil, CBD topicals and other CBD products have become popular in Connecticut in recent years. In this article, we’ll take a closer look at Connecticut’s hemp regulations and where you can buy CBD in Connecticut.

Is CBD legal in Connecticut?*

Since 2015, with the passing of House Bill No. 5780, CBD products have been available for purchase in the state of Connecticut. According to the bill, Connecticut does not classify hemp-derived CBD as a controlled substance as long as the hemp doesn’t contain more than 0.3% THC.

And in 2017, the passing of Senate Bill No. 603 opened up even more doors for the hemp industry in Connecticut, allowing for CBD products made from hemp to be manufactured in the state. If you want examples of what may be made, look at this website. It also helped kick off the state’s pilot hemp growing program.

Is hemp legal to grow in Connecticut?

Yes. It is legal to grow hemp in Connecticut. However, if you’re interested in growing hemp in Connecticut, you’ll need to apply for a grower’s license from Connecticut’s Department of Agriculture before getting started.

Is marijuana legal in Connecticut?

Medical marijuana is legal in the state of Connecticut, but only those who are licensed by the state’s medical marijuana program are legally allowed to produce, manufacture or sell products that have more than 0.3% THC. Products containing marijuana-derived CBD generally have a THC concentration over 0.3% and in Connecticut, you’ll need a prescription to purchase these products from a licensed medical marijuana dispensary. This differs from states like Oregon where marijuana can be brought, from places such as cannon beach stores, and be used recreationally.

Where to buy CBD oil in Connecticut

In Connecticut, CBD oils, CBD topicals, CBD capsules and CBD pet products have been available for purchase since 2015. You can find CBD for sale at a wide variety locations across the state, including health and wellness shops; smoke shops; yoga studios and gyms; specialty and gift shops; gas stations and golf pro shops. Or, you can order online and have your CBD shipped conveniently to your house. If you’re lucky enough to be in Canada, where recreational marijuana is allowed, you might want to explore something a little stronger than regular CBD, like these phoenix tears cbd.

If you’re not sure where to buy CBD, check out our round up of the top 3 places to buy CBD.

Where to buy Harbor Hemp CBD products in Connecticut

If you’re looking to buy Harbor Hemp Company CBD products, you can use our store locator to find a location near you, visit our website to order online or catch us at an event.

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*This guide may not be up-to-date on current legislation. Always check the laws and regulations where you live before buying or using CBD.

CBD oil, CBD topicals, and other CBD products have become popular in Connecticut in recent years. Take a closer look at Connecticut's hemp regulations and where you can buy CBD in Connecticut.

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