Vaping CBD may be a faster and more effective way to experience the benefits of CBD, but it’s important to understand exactly what is in a product and any potential risks and unwanted effects.
Hemp-based topicals are becoming increasingly popular, with an abundance of CBD balms, creams and salves now on offer. But what’s the difference, and importantly, how do you know which is right for you?
RSO and CBD are both derived from cannabis plant, but unlike CBD, RSO oil is high in tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the main intoxicating compound identified in cannabis, making it illegal in many countries around the world.
Introducing chemotype-based classification: The terms "indica" vs "sativa" as cannabis classifications are outdated and imprecise.
The CBD topicals market is becoming increasingly saturated, especially given that the introduction of novel food regulations has seen many brands shy away from supplements and seek new opportunities in cosmetics.
H4CBD is one of the newest cannabinoids on the market, so it's quite possible you haven't heard of it. You will find few brands on the market that deal with the production of products with this cannabinoid.
While CBD can produce significant effects taken alone, you may be able to enhance the experience by bringing other supplements into your wellness regime.
Terpenes are believed to work alongside CBD and THC to enhance the therapeutic benefits of cannabis products but what are they and why are they so important?
Since the approval of the first cannabidiol (CBD) medicine by the European Medicines Agency (EMA), consumers have become increasingly interested in the benefits of cannabis seeds and CBD oils.
At Hemp Point, we believe in using the power of hemp inside and out. We talk a lot about how CBD can impact the mind
The relationship between exercise and cannabidiols is the subject of intense scientific research, with firmer conclusions regularly being drawn
We’re often asked does CBD oil smell like weed?