Today is National CBD Day, and if you know what's good for you, you got me a card to celebrate this highest of high holy days, and maybe a nice CBD related gift as well. (Hint: Chocolate.)
Insofar as I got mail delivered today, and my bank is open, National CBD
As with anything new, shiny, and full of promise, CBD is being hailed as a miracle ingredient that can solve any and all things that ails you, no matter the problem.
Yes, CBD is a wonder cannabinoid with tremendous potential, and it’s better to introduce clean, well sourced, and tested CBD
The Oregon Liquor Control Commission (OLCC) has announced a ban beginning January 1 to prohibit makers of alcoholic beverages from adding CBD to the drinks.
Until recently, the best known line of alcoholic drinks with CBD was arguably beers made and sold by Coalition Brewing, which recently shut down their operations.
The sheer range of cannabis products for sale in Oregon can be downright overwhelming. And most of us are unfamiliar with what is available, the quality of the merchandise, and where it came from.
What’s more, the mass consolidation of dispensaries and brands can seriously undercut the “buy local” component.
2019 was arguably the biggest year for hemp since 1937, when it, along with all forms of cannabis, was first criminalized. The passage of the 2018 Farm Bill, which removed hemp from the Controlled Substances Act has had explosive, though uneven, results.
As with cannabis, rules and regulations for hemp vary from
CBD products are all the rage, and so is the debate as to their effectiveness. Some believe it’s nothing more than modern day snake oil, predicated on baseless claims and promises.
Others believe it can be a matter of the product using alcohol distillate versus full spectrum CBD. And don’t forget
As great as it is to be able to buy your CBD at the Gas 'n' Sip—and it is, really—you may want your CBD offerings to be produced and presented in a slightly more...Pacific Northwesterly manner.
Artisan. Organic. Small batch. Women positive/owned. Innovative. And probably bearded. A place you can go
[COLUMNIST’S NOTE: As a cannabis columnist, I receive endless press releases, emails, and marketing materials relating to new cannabis and hemp products, projects, events, conferences, and expos.
I gathered 1,000 of these pieces, and forced a stoned bot to read them and then write the following press releases—because if there’s anything independent
Cannabis—and the devil’s cannabinoid, THC—are all the rage, but hemp and CBD have recently been gaining just as much national attention.
The passage of the 2018 Farm Bill made hemp farming legal, which led many to assume that hemp, and the CBD that can be processed from it, would immediately be
By now, every gas station, bodega, salon, tire repair store, shoeshine stand, salsa dance studio, wig shop, and sex club for furries is selling CBD products, which as we all know will quickly and cheaply regrow hair, fix your flaccid penis, end insomnia, make you taller, and cure cancer while
With CBD showing up in every damn thing everywhere—if your toothpaste doesn't have CBD in it, you're smiling all wrong—it can be easy to forget that despite the vastly overblown hype, CBD can actually do some amazing things.
Two new studies show that CBD may be valuable tool for reducing cravings
While many of you are sadly pouring out a 40 for your favorite fallen fictional Throne Game character, perhaps I can bring some light into your day with some good news about the benefits of cannabis, at least until someone releases "Jon Snowpocalypse Kush," a strain which is beautiful, yet
"Eternal vigilance is the price of liberty" stands true for all liberties, and that includes what we put into our bodies. So we kick off this week with a story that serves as a reminder of two truths:
Despite the passage of the Farm Bill, CBD is NOT welcome everywhere, and
Since the Farm Bill passed earlier this year—and with it the legalization of hemp—CBD has become the white-hot next big thing, and it's showing up everywhere, in everything.
The Food and Drug Administration has begun a crackdown on CBD when added to food and beverages, or whenever health claims are made.
Smokable bud is finally coming to Florida's medical dispensaries.
Yesterday I wrote about a Florida cannabis story, one that was a fine example of very poor judgment in the South. But it was about Florida, so that's a given. As far as cannabis goes, things are generally improving in the South,