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  1. pharmacological activities says:

    The oldest remedies known to mankind are herbal medicines. India is known worldwide for its Ayurvedic treatment. Euphorbia hirta is often used traditionally for female disorders, respiratory ailments (cough, coryza, bronchitis, and asthma), worm infestations in children, dysentery, jaundice, pimples, gonorrhea, digestive problems, and tumors. It is reported to contain alkanes, triterpenes, phytosterols, tannins, polyphenols, and flavanoids. This review describes the medicinal properties, chemical constituents, and other important aspects of Euphorbia hirta.

    Keywords: Antioxidant, antimalarial, antibacterial, euphorbia hirta
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    In India use of the different parts of several medicinal plants to cure specific ailments has been in vogue from ancient times. The indigenous system of medicine, namely, Ayurvedic, Siddha, and Unani, has been in existence for several centuries. Some drugs from Ayurveda approaches modern diseases, have already reached the market place.[1] In modern medicines, plants occupy a very important place as the raw material for some important drugs. Synthetic drugs are effective in controlling different diseases but these synthetic drugs are out of reach of millions of people. It is estimated that around 70,000 plant species have been used for medicinal purposes. The herbs provide the starting material for the synthesis of conventional drugs. Medicinal plants have curative actions due to the presence of complex chemical constituents. India recognizes more than 2500 plant species having medicinal value, Sri Lanka around 1400, and Nepal around 700.[2] This review intends to provide an overview of the chemical constituents and pharmacological actions of Euphorbia hirta.

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    The largest genus of family Euphorbiaceae is Euphorbia with about 1600 species. It is characterized by the presence of white milky latex which is more or less toxic. Latices of E. ingens, E. mey, E. tirucalli, and E. triangularis are possible sources of rubber.[3] This group of plants has been a subject of intense phytochemical examination and isolated compounds which include:- flavanoids, triterpenoids, alkanes, amino acids, and alkaloids.[1] E. ipecacuanha is known as wild ipecac; E. antiquorum is known as Tridhara; E. lathyrus is known as caper spurge; and E. thymifolia is known as Laghududhika.[2]

    There are many other species of Euphorbia which are used in traditional medicines. All species of Euphorbia exudes a milky juice when broken, which is more or less poisonous and used as an ingredient in arrow poisons. E. hirta possesses antibacterial, anthelmintic, antiasthmatic, sedative, antispasmodic, antifertility, antifungal, and antimalarial properties.[1]

    E. hirta is distributed throughout the hotter parts of India and Australia, often found in waste places along the roadsides.[6]

    Plant Description
    E. hirta Linn. Syn; E. pilulifera Linn. Chamaesyce pilulifera Linn.[5] Family: Euphorbiaceae

  2. C-LIQUIDS says:

    lease feel free to browse our range of C-Liquids using max VG these are some of the safest and highest quality C-Liquids available on the market.

  3. 5C AKB48 says:

    C AKB48 can only be ordered if you are over 18 years of age.

    Please ensure that 5C AKB48 is NOT controlled in the country/state to which you wish it to be delivered.

    5C AKB48 is not for human consumption.

  4. 5F-ADB says:

    5F-ADB (also known as 5F-MDMB-PINACA) is an indazole-based synthetic cannabinoid, and is widely used as an active ingredient in synthetic cannabis products.

    5F-ADB is a potent agonist of the CB1 receptor, though it is unclear whether it is selective for this target.

    5F-ADB is believed to be extremely potent based on the very low levels detected in tissue samples, and appears to be significantly more toxic than earlier synthetic cannabinoid drugs that had previously been sold.

    5F-ADB can only be ordered if you are over 18 years of age.

    Please ensure that 5F-ADB is NOT controlled in the country/state to which you wish it to be delivered.

    5F-ADB is not for human consumption.

  5. 5F-AKB48 CANNABINOID says:

    his cannabnoids more formal name is N-((3s,5s,7s)-adamantan-1-yl)-1-(5-fluoropentyl)-1H-indazole-3-carboxamide. It is also known as 5F-APINACA, and it belongs to the synthetic cannabinoid class.

    This research chemical is still fairly new to the research scene, but to date tests show that it tends to bind to the peripheral CB2 cannabinoid receptors.

    5F-AKB-48 has a molecular structure that is very similar to AKB-48, although, fluorine has been added at the pentyl chain’s terminal carbon.

    Also researchers should note that this product is far more potent than AKB-48. And as such

    This product is not fit for human consumption, and should only be used in a laboratory setting, with all the relevant care taken when handling it. If consumed please seek medical attention.

    We offer this product in quantities of 1 gram, 2 grams, 5 grams, 10 grams, 25 grams, 50 grams and 100 grams.

    Must be over 18 to purchase

    5F-AKB48 CANNABINOID can only be ordered if you are over 18 years of age.

    Please ensure that 5F-AKB48 CANNABINOID is NOT controlled in the country/state to which you wish it to be delivered.

    5F-AKB48 CANNABINOID is not for human consumption.


    This chemical is usually referred to either as B-22 or QUCHIC.

    It has a molecular formula of C25H24N2O2 and an IUPAC listing of 1-(cyclohexylmethyl)-1H-indole-3-carboxylic acid 8-quinolinyl ester.

    Because of how new this chemical is, there still isn’t much information published about it.

    However, many researchers have noted that B-22’s structure is especially interesting because of the way it relates to its activities.

    The compound is part of the indole class of cannabimimetics, but it bears a unique synthetic chemotype because synthesizers have substituted an ester linker at the indole’s 3-position in place of the usual JWH-018 ketone.

    This product is not for human consumption, and therefore we suggest that you take the necessary precautions when dealing with it in anyway.

    Must be over 18 to purchase.

    BB-22 / QUCHIC CANNABINOID can only be ordered if you are over 18 years of age.

    Please ensure that BB-22 / QUCHIC CANNABINOID is NOT controlled in the country/state to which you wish it to be delivered.

    BB-22 / QUCHIC CANNABINOID is not for human consumption.

  7. C-Liquids 50ml says:

    Chemical Suspension – C-Liquid, which is a suspension containing a new cannabinoid 5F-MDMB-PINACA, in massive 50ml bulk bottle

    We are pleased to announce that we now stock this C-Liquid chemical suspension, which opens up brand new ways for resarching such chemicals!

    The liquid is a suspension containing a new cannabinoid 5F-MDMB-PINACA

    It is very hard to exactly estimate, but we suggest 5ml of chemical suspension is roughly the same as 5-6 grams of herbal blends

    Stocks are very limited at the moment, so get C-Liquid while you can. We will also be adding regular e-liquids to our store in the coming days, so watch out for them.

    This product is sold only for research uses in laboratory settings. Those who work with it are advised to wear the appropriate safety gear and follow standard safety protocols while handling it.

    Strictly not for human consumption if consumed seek immediate medical assistance

    C-Liquids 50ml can only be ordered if you are over 18 years of age.

    Please ensure that C-Liquids 50ml is NOT controlled in the country/state to which you wish it to be delivered.

    C-Liquids 50ml is not for human consumption.

  8. C-Liquids 7ml says:

    Chemical Suspension – C-Liquid, which is a suspension containing a new cannabinoid 5F-MDMB-PINACA, in 7ml bottles

    We are pleased to announce that we now stock this C-Liquid chemical suspension, which opens up brand new ways for resarching such chemicals!

    The liquid is a suspension containing a new cannabinoid 5F-MDMB-PINACA

    It is very hard to exactly estimate, but we suggest 5ml of chemical suspension is roughly the same as 5-6 grams of herbal blends

    Stocks are very limited at the moment, so get C-Liquid while you can. We will also be adding regular e-liquids to our store in the coming days, so watch out for them.

    This product is sold only for research uses in laboratory settings. Those who work with it are advised to wear the appropriate safety gear and follow standard safety protocols while handling it.

    Strictly not for human consumption if consumed seek immediate medical assistance

    C-Liquids 7ml can only be ordered if you are over 18 years of age.

    Please ensure that C-Liquids 7ml is NOT controlled in the country/state to which you wish it to be delivered.

    C-Liquids 7ml is not for human consumption.


    This product is an analogue of JWH-018 cannabnoid, with a formal name of 1-naphthalenyl(1-pentyl-1H-indazol-3-yl)-methanone and a molecular formula of C23H22N2O.

    To form this analogue, synthesizers substituted an indazole basis for JWH-018’s core indole structure.

    There hasn’t been much information published about THJ-018’s biological activities. However; analogues which bear some resemblance to it are known to bind to the brain’s CB-1 receptors and also is show to bear some agonist properties.

    Because of how structurally similar this product is to those other analogues, it may offer some of the same properties as them.

    Researchers may want to consider looking into how THJ-018 relates to JWH-018.

    This product is meant only for use by qualified researchers in a laboratory.

    Strictly not for human consumption.

    Must be over 18 to purchase.

    THJ-018 CANNABINOID POWDER can only be ordered if you are over 18 years of age.

    Please ensure that THJ-018 CANNABINOID POWDER is NOT controlled in the country/state to which you wish it to be delivered.

    THJ-018 CANNABINOID POWDER is not for human consumption.

  10. Afrodite Feminized says:

    One of the most popular genetics among Spanish growers is Jack Herer. Its results outdoors are legendary.

    A hybrid with sativa structure, flavour and effects, but after crossing with Black Domina, the production is improved and flowering periods are shortened to 58-62 days. The plant has an excellent calyx-to-leaf ratio and from the first few weeks of flowering becomes covered with a thick and abundant coat of resin.

    The smell given off by the stems when rubbed is particularly striking. Outdoors the plant will reach 2 m high, although this is made up with its lateral growth. By topping you can achieve a large number of strong branches and hundreds of cuttings. The EC can be increased gradually, week by week, leading to tightly compact flowers.

    Afrodite has a relaxing effect. It is known to be high in productivity and plague resistant.

    It delivers a spicy taste and smell.

    Planting Indoors…

    The flowering cycle is 58-62 days and delivers a yield of approximately 400g per m2.

    Planting Outdoors…

    Harvest in October. The average height will be 200cm, with an expected yield of 600g per plant.

    Afrodite Feminized can only be ordered if you are over 18 years of age.

    Please ensure that Afrodite Feminized is NOT controlled in the country/state to which you wish it to be delivered.

    Afrodite Feminized is not for human consumption.

  11. Cannabinoids says:

    annabinoids activate two types of receptors: CB1 receptors, which are located within the nervous system, the brain and nerve endings, and CB2 receptors, which are found in the immune system.

    Your brain creates its own set of cannabinoids (similar to those found in cannabis) via the endocannabinoid system. The endocannabinoid system, named after Cannabis sativa, is responsible for many important bodily functions, including appetite, sleep, emotion and movement.

    Out of the many cannabinoids available, two stand out: Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and Cannabidiol (CBD).

    THC is known for its psychoactive properties, and is the reason you feel great after ingesting it. Most strains of marijuana sold on the market today, are cultivated with higher levels of THC. While THC has many medicinal benefits, too much can trigger anxiety and paranoia in some people, so be warned.

    CBD is actually a non-psychoactive cannabinoid, and it actually works to calm your high. CBD is also said to have numerous medicinal benefits, such as anti-inflammatory properties and the ability to protect your neurons.

  12. 5C AKB48 says:

    5C AKB48 can only be ordered if you are over 18 years of age.

    Please ensure that 5C AKB48 is NOT controlled in the country/state to which you wish it to be delivered.

    5C AKB48 is not for human consumption.

  13. 5F-ADB says:

    5F-ADB (also known as 5F-MDMB-PINACA) is an indazole-based synthetic cannabinoid, and is widely used as an active ingredient in synthetic cannabis products.

    5F-ADB is a potent agonist of the CB1 receptor, though it is unclear whether it is selective for this target.

    5F-ADB is believed to be extremely potent based on the very low levels detected in tissue samples, and appears to be significantly more toxic than earlier synthetic cannabinoid drugs that had previously been sold.

    5F-ADB can only be ordered if you are over 18 years of age.

    Please ensure that 5F-ADB is NOT controlled in the country/state to which you wish it to be delivered.

    5F-ADB is not for human consumption.


    AB-FUBINACA CANNABINOID can only be ordered if you are over 18 years of age.

    Please ensure that AB-FUBINACA CANNABINOID is NOT controlled in the country/state to which you wish it to be delivered.

  15. Cannabinoid E-liquid says:

    Synthetic cannabinoids often get a bad reputation. Certainly consuming an unknown cannabinoid at an unknown dose is a recipe for disaster. While only buying pure products easily resolves the first issue, the second issue is the reason motivating this document’s creation. Everybody knows that doing too much of any cannabinoid, including natural ones, is unpleasant. By vaporizing a fluid containing the cannabinoid from readily available equipment sold to vaporize nicotine containing e-liquids getting the right dose is very easy.

  16. Overview of Cannabinoid says:

    Essentially, all that needs to be done is dissolve a strong synthetic cannabinoid in propylene glycol (PG) and/or vegetable glycerin (VG) and then vape it like it was a normal e-liquid. Success has been had using AB-FUBINACA at around 5~9mg/ml. The effects are short in duration but since electronic cigarettes are designed to be used all day to prevent nicotine withdrawal, redosing is easy.

  17. Creation says:

    AB-FUBINACA is not judged to be very good tasting by most individuals. Other cannabinoids are unlikely to rate much better in taste. While one can just dissolve a saturated solution into PG and vape it, most do not like the resultant aste. The taste can quickly motive one to working on solutions to make the vapor more pleasant. Another issue with the simple PG solution is the vapor that is produced is airy and insubstantial. While VG aids in vapor production it seems to not hold as much of the cannabinoid in it, precipitates may form when adding VG to a PG mixture supersaturated with AB-FUBINACA. The simplest solution to both of these problems is to use a commercially available e-liquid with 0mg/ml of nicotine in it and add the cannabinoid. Keep in mind that one will still be able to taste the cannabinoid in the juice produced so it is best to pick a strong flavor that can stand up to it. The disadvantage of this method is the cost. The raw materials are sold at a huge markup. A more frugal solution is to make one’s own e-juice and then dissolve the agent into it. There are a number of good diy ejuice websites available. Remember that juice that is of high PG content will generally hold more cannabinoid.

  18. Mixing says:

    Fully dissolving the selected cannabinoid can be difficult. Even finely grinding the powder, trying to dissolve it over a long period of time, long stir times, or even hot water baths can still leave undissolved particulate. Waiting for the precipitate to fall to the bottom and ciphoning off the solution can deliver a clarified liquid, but this will waste a cetain amount of otherwise usable material. A better solution is a small electronic milk frother. This device will very quickly whip up the mixture, getting an even distribution and filling the juice full of tiny air bubbles. If one still sees some small bits left over after it goes clear again, one can whip it up some more until the clarity is satisfactory. However, even a method as crude as adding the powder to a bottle of premade liquid and then shaking vigorously for a long period seems to work if one does not mind a little waste and some ugly bits in the juice. The amount of cannabinoid needed in the solution depends somewhat on what deviced is used to vaporize it, tolerance, and how much vapor one wants to consume for effects. Less expensive ‘starter’ setups deliver the active ingredient slower than something like a rebuildable dripping atomizer. 5mg/ml or even less can be used with a setup that is capabable of delivering more than a dozen watts of power.

  19. Consumption says:

    If one already vapes, then the equipment needed to use the e-juice is available. If one does not, a very basic starter kit will work. A starter kit can cost a little as 30 USD a at a local retailer. Some individuals have had trouble vaporizing it quick enough to intoxicate themselves using some setup, ut this seems rare. Even the lowest price equipment from Ebay can work.

  20. E-CBD says:

    This non-psychoactive cannabinoid is currently overtaking THC as the active principle in cannabis that medical professionals and patients alike are most interested in. So what are CBD e-liquids?

  21. Advantages of CBD e-liquids says:

    The advantages of vaping CBD e-liquids are manifold. Although the full range of its medicinal properties are still at the testing stage, there is an ever-increasing amount of scientific and anecdotal evidence that the anti-emetic, anti-convulsant, anti-inflammatory and anxiolytic effects of CBD are safe, effective and highly beneficial in treating a wide range of afflictions in humans. Since CBD is not psychoactive, all these effects are obtainable without the side-effect of getting high, which for some patients is the factor that deters them from trying any type of cannabis extract. And since e-liquids are vaporized, this removes the other common deterrent: having to smoke cannabis to achieve the effects of CBD.

  22. A brief history of e-cigarettes says:

    Vaping”, defined as “breathing in the vapour produced by an electronic cigarette”, was the Oxford English Dictionary’s Word of the Year for 2015, but e-cigarettes have been around for a lot longer than that, at least on paper. In 1965, an American named Herbert A. Gilbert received a patent on his “Smokeless Non-Tobacco Cigarette” from the U.S. Patent Office. Sadly for him, not many people were interested in it; maybe it would have taken off if he’d had the opportunity to incorporate CBD in his e-liquids. By the time present-day interest in vaping occurred, his patent had long since expired.

    Credit for the invention of the modern e-cigarette in 2003 goes to Hon Lik. A Chinese chemist who also studied traditional Chinese medicine, Hon Lik was looking for easier ways of ingesting remedies such as ginseng and deer antler when he hit upon vaporizing. In a way, using an e-cigarette to vape CBD liquid is closer to the original intention of the device than using it to vape nicotine.

  23. The best method of ingesting CBD says:

    Saving the most interesting additive for last, we come to CBD. Somewhat overshadowed by its psychoactive cousin THC for many years, CBD has become a serious research topic relatively recently. The first scientific paper on vaporizing it (‘A protocol for the delivery of cannabidiol (CBD) and combined CBD and ?9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) by vaporisation’) was written by researchers at Australia’s University of Wollongong and published in October 2014. This paper includes the information that “Orally administered cannabinoids result in slow and erratic absorption with limited and highly variable bioavailability. Smoking and intravenous administration […] respectively carry toxic risks and loss of active drug by combustion, or are invasive.

    Intrapulmonary administration of cannabinoids is regarded as an effective mode of delivery since it results in fast onset of action and high systemic bioavailability. The vaporisation of cannabinoids […] is a safe method of intrapulmonary administration because it avoids risks associated with smoking and the formation of pyrolytic toxic compounds as a result of combustion.” In layperson’s terms, eating CBD is hit-and-miss; injecting it is dangerous; smoking it is dangerous and inefficient; vaping it is the best option, and the one that looks set to become the next wave of medicinal consumption for this exciting and beneficial cannabinoid.

  24. Marco says:

    The Sensi and E-CBD liquids that I have tasted are absolutely the best ever, thanks for creating a new standard in the vaping industry guys, will keep on enjoying!!!

  25. What is CBD Oil? says:

    CBD hemp oil is made from high-CBD, low-THC hemp, unlike medical marijuana products, which are usually made from plants with high concentrations of psychoactive tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). Because hemp contains only trace amounts of THC, these hemp oil products are non-psychoactive.

  26. What are the Effects of CBD? says:

    CBD interacts with the body through the endogenous cannabinoid system (ECS) or endocannabinoid system. First discovered in the late 1980’s, the endocannabinoid system regulates the body’s homeostasis, or general state of balance, impacting such functions as mood, sleep, appetite, hormone regulation, and pain and immune response. Like an acrobat on a highwire, as the environment around us impacts our normal balance, the endocannabinoid system “corrects” by mediating our body’s reaction to keep us level.

  27. What is the Endocannabinoid System? says:

    Found in all mammals, the endocannabinoid system is found in all mammals, and is made up of millions of cannabinoid receptor sites located primarily throughout the brain and central nervous system (CB1 receptors) and immune system (CB2 receptors) that act in neural communication. However, the endocannabinoid system doesn’t simply rely on plant-based cannabinoids, or phytocannabinoids. The human body is capable of making its own cannabinoids. Similar in function to CBD, Anandamide and 2-AG are the body’s own endocannabinoids, created to control communication between cells, mediating your body’s functions.

  28. What are the Health Benefits of CBD? says:

    In addition to positively affecting the endocannabinoid system, CBD has been the focus of more than 23,000 published studies about cannabinoids in relation to various medical indications including anxiety, epilepsy, inflammation, cancer and chronic pain to name few. For a more comprehensive look at these and other studies, visit our medical research and education page.

  29. Does CBD Make me High? says:

    No, CBD does not elicit a high feeling. The naturally low-THC hemp plant, a non-psychoactive of cannabis, grown in many countries around the world and imported into the United States for use in textiles, building materials, and of course nutritional supplements and foods.

    There are thousands of unique varieties of hemp. The cultivars used for CBD oil contain significantly higher concentrations of CBD than others. Using these uniquely potent plants, it is possible to extract cannabis oil that contains a significant levels of cannabidiol, as well as essential vitamins, minerals, fatty acids, terpenes, flavonoids, and other non-psychoactive cannabinoids.

    This high-CBD hemp oil is imported to the US like any other commercial hemp product and can be sold and delivered to all 50 states.

  30. says:

    Cannabidiol (CBD) and tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) are the two most prominent cannabinoids found in Cannabis, the plant genus that includes both hemp and marijuana. While there are over 100 different cannabinoids so far identified in cannabis by scientists, CBD and THC are by far the most extensively studied and best understood.

    One of the key differences between CBD and THC is whether the cannabinoid will cause a euphoric effect, or “high,” when consumed. THC does, and CBD does not have the “high” effect when consumed.

    CBD and THC both interact with the body through the endocannabinoid system, a vital signaling system responsible for regulating a wide array of functions, some of which include:

    Immune response
    Cycles of cellular life and death
    Learn more about all the difference of CBD vs THC here.

  31. Does CBD Have Side Effects? says:

    First and foremost, CBD will not cause you to experience a euphoric effect, or “high.” CBD oil is completely non-psychoactive. This means that, as opposed to THC, it not will adversely affect your sensory awareness, perception, consciousness, reaction time or behavior.

    While there have been some reports of dry mouth, low blood pressure and drowsiness, the health information site reports. A research review investigating CBD side effects and safety found that CBD had no adverse physiological effect on the following:

    Blood pressure
    Heart rate
    Body temperature
    Glucose levels
    pH levels
    Exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide between the lungs and bloodstream
    Red blood cell volume
    Time it takes for food to leave stomach and travel through the intestines
    Vomiting action
    Body temperature
    Potassium and sodium levels
    For more information on CBD side effects and recommended serving size, check out this article.

  32. Is CBD Legal? says:

    Yes, CBD derived from hemp plants is legal in all 50 states. However, growing hemp for commercial purposes in the United States is prohibited and even with the passing of the 2014 Farm Bill, it’s still illegal to grow hemp for commercial purposes, with approved reasons for growing hemp resigned to pilot programs for research needs. Although hemp crops have been planted in states like Kentucky, West Virginia, and Minnesota for the first time in half a century, American hemp cultivation has a long way to go to reach current domestic demand.

    It is for this reason that all the finished hemp goods that you see for sale in America, from food products to clothing to building materials, are part of an imported hemp industry that has surpassed $500 million annually. The size of this import industry is one of the major catalysts for hemp legalization in the U.S. As a renewable source of a range of products, hemp provides an exciting new step in American agriculture.

    Therefore, the hemp used to create the high CBD products available in America is cultivated in various countries around the world. That we use for our CBD oil products is cultivated on farms in Europe. Not just any hemp crop will do either — specific cultivars of the hemp plant are required to yield an extract high enough in CBD.

  33. Is it Safe to Take CBD? says:

    Yes, CBD is considered to be safe and non-toxic for humans to take, even at high amounts. A research paper titled Safety and side effects of cannabidiol explored this subject.

    Thankfully, CBD is harmless to use by all the members of your family because it is non-psychoactive and has minimal side effects. Additionally, Medical Marijuana, Inc. takes a number of important steps during our manufacturing process to ensure that the CBD hemp oil products that you and your family have come to trust are always the safest and most reliable they can be. Read more here about our triple-testing regulations and the overall safety of CBD.”


    fter seasonal harvests of specific cultivars, these high-CBD hemp crops are put through a specialized solvent-free extraction process to yield a hemp oil that is naturally high in cannabidiol. This pure hemp extract is then tested for safety, quality, and cannabinoid content before being exported to our processing facilities in the United States. Importing any cannabis or hemp product into the United States is a complicated and serious task, so we leave nothing to chance before our high-CBD hemp oil makes its journey across the Atlantic Ocean.

    After clearing U.S. Customs inspection, we test the hemp oil again when it reaches our facilities. After a 10,000+ mile transcontinental trip, we follow proper safety protocol to double check for degradation, damage, or contamination in our oil, ensuring you receive only safe, reliable CBD hemp oil products.

    These products form a range of potencies, personal uses, and application or consumption methods to meet the varied needs of our customers.

    Finally, the imported bulk CBD hemp oil is combined with other ingredients by our formulators to create our extensive lineup of internationally recognized brands, likeDixie Botanicals®, CanChew®, and Real Scientific Hemp Oil™.


    The uses of CBD hemp oil are as varied as the customers who order it. With that in mind, there are a wide variety of CBD hemp oil products available, ranging in price and potency, to meet the needs of everyone.

  36. PURE CBD OILS says:

    The most potent type of CBD product available is pure CBD oil, known as Real Scientific Hemp Oil™ (RSHO™). This all natural hemp oil is simply extracted from the stalk of the hemp plant, tested for quality, and packaged for sale with no additives. These pure oils have the highest concentration of CBD, usually 100mg or more per serving. Learn more about pure CBD oil here.

  37. BD CAPSULES says:

    Most people are used to taking a morning multivitamin, so with CBD oil capsules, it’s easy to get your CBD into your daily routine. Most CBD capsules contain a moderate serving of CBD, usually 25 mg or more. If you start your day with your morning fish oil capsule or multivitamin, CBD capsules could be for you. Learn more about CBD oil capsules.


    Some of the most popular hemp CBD oil products are in liquid form, made by diluting the pure hemp CBD oil into an alcohol or other natural oil base. Also commonly referred to as CBD tinctures or sprays, there are a variety of great benefits to CBD liquids. They usually offer a smaller serving of CBD, from 1-20mg per serving, which is enough for most people.

    CBD liquids also come in great flavors, making CBD enjoyable for children, or anyone with a sweet tooth.

    Best of all, CBD tinctures, liquids or sprays are some of the most affordable CBD products on the market. Learn more about CBD oil liquids here.

  39. CBD TOPICALS says:

    Not all CBD oil products are taken internally. CBD oil topicals like soothing salves and balms can be rubbed directly onto the skin. Many CBD topicals are enriched with all-natural essential oils and botanical blends, these luxurious balms are rubbed into the skin, muscles, and joints for focused attention to trouble areas.


    Would you like to start with a product that contains a lower concentration of CBD? Are you looking for an affordable daily CBD product that still offers a significant serving of CBD? Do you prefer an option that tastes great? Are you interested in applying CBD directly to your troubled skin areas, joints or muscles?

  41. workplace drug says:

    Most workplace drug screens and tests target Δ9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and do not detect the presence of cannabidiol (CBD) or other legal natural hemp based constituents. However, studies have shown that eating hemp foods and oils can, in rare cases, cause confirmed positive results when screening urine and blood specimens. Accordingly, if you are subject to any form of drug testing, we recommend (as does the United States Military) that you do not ingest our products and consult with your healthcare, drug screening/testing company, or employer.

    For those looking to avoid the trace levels of THC in traditional CBD supplements, we now offer RSHO-X™. Our first completely THC-free hemp oil product, because it contains no THC, RSHO-X™ is a smart choice among those subject to drug tests.

  42. Cannabinoids and their medicinal properties says:

    The cannabis plant and phytocannabinoidsSerious-6-rosa
    THC, CBD, CBN, CBC, CBG and approxiamately 80 more molecules make up the phytocannabinoids family, which are found in varying amounts, depending on environmental conditions, andt the marijuana plant. Some cannabinoids are responsible for the main effects of cannabis and others have important medicinal properties, that the scientific community continues to discover every day.

    Some cannabinoids are mainly antidepressants, anti-inflammatory, anti-anxiety, anti emetic, while others may even help protect the nervous system. Actually, we are just beginning to discover the potential of cannabinoids and all their possible applications, mainly in the context of some cancers, as well as other degenerative diseases.

    We can classify the cannabinoids into four major groups: natural cannabinoids from plants (phytocannabinoids), natural endogenous cannabinoids (endocannabinoids produced by the human body and securing biological functions), cannabinoids synthesis (potentially dangerous, as there is very little information on its effects), and mimetic or cannabimimetic cannabinoids (naturally occurring molecule or synthetic, replicating the action of cannabinoids on CB1 and / or CB2 receptors).

    In this article, we will only discuss the naturally occurring cannabinoids in the marijuana plant, the phytocannabinoids.

    Most of the cannabinoids are present in very small amounts (less than 0.01% of total cannabinoids) are not considered psychoactive, and the effect is not significant. Indeed, many are simply homologues or analogues (similar structure or function) of some of the major known cannabinoids.

    However, medical research regularly reveals new and surprising discoveries about these cannabinoids present in trace form. Unfortunately, this research and its findings are significantly hampered by the leglisation in many countries.

    Different mixtures of cannabinoids and other related molecules (mainly aromatic compounds such as myrcene), largely explain the variations of effects we found between one variety of cannabis and another. The strength of the effect depends mainly on the level of THC, THC / CBD ratio and form of consumption, but this effect can also be modulated in several different ways.

  43. Cannabis oil says:

    Cannabis oil is a thick liquid extracted from the cannabis plant for its medicinal properties. It is usually taken in orally to absorb the benefits of cannabis.

    There is a lot of confusion about the cannabis plant. People use the words “cannabis,” “hemp,” “marijuana” and others interchangeably — even when they actually mean different things.

    Is hemp the same thing as marijuana? Is cannabis the same thing as hemp? Is cannabis the same thing as marijuana?

    This is confusing enough, and we haven’t even talked about the numerous nicknames for all these plants. How can anyone ever keep them straight when most people don’t use the right terms?

    So to start, let’s set the record straight…

    Cannabis is a plant family that includes many species, including both hemp and marijuana.
    Hemp is a variety of cannabis grown for its tall, sturdy stalks and low THC levels.
    Marijuana is a variety of cannabis grown for its high levels of THC.
    Hemp and marijuana are two varieties of cannabis grown for different purposes. When people say “cannabis,” they often mean “marijuana.” They don’t realize that cannabis also refers to hemp plants.

    Think of it like squares and rectangles. A square is a type of rectangle with four sides of the same length. All squares are rectangles, but not all rectangles are squares.

    Hemp is a variety of cannabis with low THC levels. All hemp is cannabis, but not all cannabis is hemp. Some types of cannabis a grown for high levels of THC — those are called marijuana.

  44. Cannabis drops: the new wellness craze says:

    At every social gathering that I’ve been to over the past six months, where I live in Oxfordshire, at some point there has been a secretive little huddle whispering over one particular subject — cannabis oil. It seems that more and more people are taking drops of the stuff under their tongue at night — not to get high, but to cure all manner of ailments, from sleep problems and anxiety to back pain, the menopause and even skin problems.

    Cannabis oil has become the new accessory for the well-heeled wellness crowd, and a tiny bottle is fast becoming a common fixture at the bottom of an Anya Hindmarch handbag. Like all of the most fashionable health-giving elixirs, it’s not cheap (£100 for a 30ml…

  45. How To Make The Best Medical Cannabis Oil says:

    Cannabis oil is a hot commodity these days. But, did you know that it’s actually easy to make yourself? Here’s how you make the best medical cannabis oil.
    Cannabis oil can cost you a pretty penny in a dispensary. Even then, you may not have access to exactly what you want. So, why not just make it yourself? Turns out, making your own medicine is easier than you might think. Here’s how to make the best medical cannabis oil.

  46. Why THC Isn't The Only Thing In Weed That Matters says:

    Marijuana may still be illegal according to the federal government, but that hasn’t stopped the hype machine from claiming it can work wonders. One variety of pot in particular has been getting some considerable press because it can supposedly help with everything from seizures to schizophrenia — all without actually getting you high. While desperate patients see it as miraculous, actual studies into its effectiveness are still lagging.

    There are two compounds in marijuana responsible for almost all of its effects. The one you probably already know about is tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). But the other, cannabidiol (CBD), is becoming more well-known in the medical marijuana community for both its potential medical benefits and because, on its own, it doesn’t produce the same psychoactive effects that THC does.

    As David Casarett, MD, author of Stoned: A Doctor’s Case For Medical Marijuana told us last month, there are dozens of other cannabinoids in pot, but THC and CBD are the two we know the most about. For instance, we know that THC mainly activates CB1 receptors in brain areas that are associated with memory and coordinated movement. We also know that CB1 receptor activation can interact with the release of another well-known neurotransmitter: dopamine. This all causes a lot of those classic stoner effects — altered thinking patterns, euphoria, and a not-so-great memory, to name a few.

    However, unlike THC, CBD interacts with CB2 receptors, which are found more often in various immune system tissues in your body than in the brain (although they are there in smaller amounts). But CBD interacts with and can block both CB1 and CB2 receptors, meaning that it may sometimes block THC’s actions. So, CBD on its own tends to produce effects more along the lines of anti-inflammation and reducing pain. And, crucially, CBD doesn’t cause the same “high” that THC does.

    This is one reason why different strains can produce noticeably different effects. There are exceptions of course. But sativas, which are thought to give users more of an energetic, creative vibe, are usually high in THC and relatively low in CBD. Indica strains, on the other hand, known for putting users “in da couch,” tend to have more equal THC and CBD concentrations. Most modern strains, though, are selectively bred to have a high THC content because that’s what most customers are after.


    That’s a huge reason why THC’s gotten the majority of the public and research attention — good and bad. But we haven’t seen the same level of investigation into CBD’s effects. The studies we do have are often in animals or aren’t placebo-controlled. So far, these haven’t provided enough evidence to make it through the Food and Drug Administration’s regulatory process into an actual, approved medication.

    But that doesn’t mean CBD has been totally ignored. “Initially, CBD was of great interest,” says Philippe Lucas, VP of patient research and services at Canadian medical cannabis manufacturer Tilray. “But as CBD began to be bred out of recreational cannabis, there was less concern about looking at the potential health impacts of CBD…for a long time, it was thought that both the negative and therapeutic effects of cannabis could largely be attributed to THC.”

    The compound CBD was first identified in the ’40s. And in the ’70s and ’80s, scientists first started to notice it could calm seizures in rodents. From there, it faded from the scene until around 2006, when researchers discovered CB2 receptors in the brain, causing many to question whether or not CBD was really as non-psychoactive as first thought. The past few decades’ push for medical (and recreational) marijuana legislation also helped renew scientific interest in both THC and its left-behind little sibling.

    The other major roadblock has been and still is legality: Since the Controlled Substances Act was introduced in 1970, the federal government has called marijuana a Schedule 1 drug — meaning it’s considered to be highly addictive and to have no medical value. Despite pretty much constant protests since the early ’70s, there pot has stayed, along with everything derived from it.

  48. Beginning with the right strains says:

    Your cannabis oil is that it is only as good as the products used to create it. Each individual person and every medical condition best responds to different types of cannabis. For example, strains high in both THC and CBD are thought to work well in cancer treatment. Seizure disorders, however, respond better to high CBD, low THC strains.

    Opting for organic cannabis is highly recommended. Those with compromised immune systems or autoimmune diseases may have difficult reactions to any residual pesticide, fertilizer, or insecticide that may still be present in your herb. Organic cannabis also tends to be higher in terpenes.

    Terpenes are the flavor and aroma molecules found in plants. Like cannabinoids, terpenes also have a variety of health benefits. Ideally, starting with high-quality cannabis material increases the amount of possible cannabinoids and terpenes in your oil.

    The goal is to make a product that is extremely rich and abundant with healing compounds. Since we do not yet know what ratios or terpenes are best for various medical conditions, the easiest thing to do is try to make a product that contains a wide diversity of phytochemicals.

  49. What is the difference between CBD and Cannabis oil? says:

    There are plenty of compelling reasons to choose CBD over Cannabis oil, including one that could keep you from breaking the law!

    The American public is starting to see the light when it comes to CBD as a safe and effective treatment option for a long list of medical problems. While THC and similar oils have been used for their health benefits going back to the dawn of civilization (even before the Great Wall of China was built!), people are just recently rediscovering the profound positive impact these oils can have on treating ailments.

    Faced with the huge demand for safe and natural treatment options due to the rapidly aging U.S. population, people are doing their homework about products such as CBD. But they’re also learning that CBD is a far better alternative, as taking THC or Cannabis oil can come with some serious side effects…and possibly even legal problems!

    If you wanted to research the pros and cons of taking CBD versus Cannabis oil, and the difference between the two, this article is for you. We’ll also conclude with what might be the most important reason why you want to choose CBD instead of THC for the health benefits, and the best place to purchase them – here at American Hemp Oil.

  50. So what exactly is CBD? says:

    Just like THC, CBD is a chemical compound extracted from hemp plants. Both hemp and cannabis contain cannabidiol (CBD), the non-psychoactive substance. THC, however, is the substance that gives users that “high” or psychoactive effect.

    CBD has many similarities to THC when it comes to potential health benefits, but the main difference is that it’s a non-psychoactive substance, so it doesn’t give a natural high to users. It also does not cause anxiety, paranoia, or the mouth and eye dryness associated with THC, even when CBD is consumed in higher concentrations.

    Due to these inherent advantages, most high-quality CBD oil products on the market today are extracted from the hemp plant. THC oil, on the other hand, is derived from the cannabis plant, so it contains high levels of THC and low levels of CBD. On the other hand, industrially produced hemp contains higher concentrations of CBD with only trace amounts of THC, so it’s safer and offers fewer symptoms for users.

    Research reveals that CBD can is an effective treatment option with a wide array of natural health properties, including anti-inflammatory, anti-seizure, anti-anxiety, and anti-tumor properties. Studies are still ongoing about the other positive characteristics of CBD, but it has been proven that consumption of this compound is relatively safe.

    Just as important, CBD is also legal in all 50 states without a prescription. Cannabis oil, however, does not enjoy the same legal umbrella due to its THC content and psychoactive properties. Therefore, users who purchase or use THC or Cannabis oil in states where marijuana is illegal may be breaking the law.

  51. How do Cannabinoids work? says:

    The cannabinoids found in both CBD and THC oil mimic the endocannabinoids that our bodies naturally produce. Endocannabinoids are compounds that regulate vital functions such as internal stability, homeostasis, pain regulation, and immune system functioning. Whether they’re produced by the body or obtained from the cannabis plant, cannabinoids facilitate communication on a cellular level between cells to trigger various bodily processes.

    Therefore, a deficiency of cannabinoids can result in a system thrown out of balance, manifesting in unwanted symptoms and other health complications.

    Furthermore, THC and CBD oils also differ in the nature and effect of their Cannabinoid content. Cannabinoids typically bind to receptor sites located in the brain, called CB-1, and various parts of the human body called CB-2. But different cannabinoids produce different effects depending on which type of receptor they bind to. THC mostly binds to receptors in the brain, but CBD unlocks the receptors scattered throughout the body, making it far more useful for healing properties.

  52. Is there a difference between Cannabis oils and CBD oils? says:

    HC (Tetrahydrocannabinol) Cannabis oil and Cannabidiol (also called CBD) have similarities but some important differences for users. Both cannabinoids, chemical compounds that can be found in all cannabis plants, including hemp and marijuana. Cannabinoids are the substances secreted by the flowers of the cannabis plant and contain natural medicinal properties, offering relief from conditions including anxiety, pain, nausea, and inflammation. There are plant-based cannabinoids and also phytocannabinoids, both with a variety of health benefits.

  53. A closer look at THC and Cannabis: says:

    Now that you understand what cannabinoids are and their potential positive effects on aiding your bodily systems, let’s examine cannabidiol oil produced from THC, not CBD. As we mentioned, THC oil works by binding to cannabinoid receptors located in the brain and central nervous system, but not throughout the body like CBD oils.

    Since THC and Cannabis oils contain a higher percentage of THC, it still causes users euphoric and psychoactive reactions, similar to the feelings when people take marijuana recreationally.

    Besides the high that you experience, THC oil delivers a long list of short-term effects, which are similarly present when you smoke or ingest marijuana. Each person’s reaction may vary in the symptoms it causes and their degree.

    For instance, some people report a sense of calm and peace; others report increased anxiety levels and unpleasant sensations. The intensity of these symptoms will largely depend on an individual’s body composition.

    In addition, marijuana strains feature different levels of THC oil concentration that also determines the intensity of the outcomes that a user feels after consumption. Some strains are recommended to produce less profound symptoms and reactions.

    But when someone takes THC oil for its intended health benefits, they have no control over their reaction and the other symptoms they may experience. They want the health – not the high – but THC oil comes with the major drawback of sometimes inducing anxiety, panic attacks, and paranoia.

  54. It’s important to understand the short-term effects of THC consumption: says:

    – Feelings of sedation
    – Pain relief
    – Increase of energy
    – Hunger
    – Drowsiness and lethargy
    – Feelings of elation
    – Calm and relaxation
    – Short-term memory impairment
    – Dry mouth
    – Bloodshot eyes
    – Increased heart rate
    – Laughter
    – Possible dizziness
    – Compromised reactions
    – Slowed perception of time
    – Anxiety
    – Paranoia

    As you can see, THC – whether smoked, ingested, or administered as oil – can result in positive and negative outcomes for the user. For you to experience maximum medicinal effects as a natural treatment option, it’s recommended to research about strains and looking into their cannabinoid profile.

  55. Why does CBD oil have better health benefits than its THC counterpart? says:

    It’s important to remember that THC oil has psychoactive properties, so it’s still illegal in states where medical and/or recreational use of marijuana is prohibited. Aside from the illegal nature of THC, many health professionals and medical authorities question it’s efficacy as a treatment option since comes with such profound psychoactive effects. In fact, many doctors and researchers see THC oil as more dangerous than it is beneficial.

    However, health advocates, scientists, and doctors agree that CBD oil offers all of the profound benefits of THC and Cannabis oil – and more – but without the negative side effects.

    Consumers, too, become advocates of CBD oil for its health benefits once they try it, and it’s easy to see why. Not only do they enjoy it as an alternative natural therapy, but have peace of mind that it’s perfectly legal.

    Likewise, many people report suffering from anxiety, panic attacks, and paranoia when they first use THC oil, while they report that CBD oil has a calming and soothing nature.

  56. Possible drug interactions with CBD says:

    Possible drug interactions with CBD:

  57. According to ongoing medical research, these prescription drugs have been identified for potential drug interactions when taken with cannabidiol says:

    1. NSAIDS
    2. Oral hypoglycemic agents
    3. PPIs
    4. Antidepressants
    5. Beta-blockers
    6. Anti-arrhythmic
    7. Immune modulators
    8. HIV antivirals
    9. Calcium channel blockers
    10. Antipsychotics
    11. Sulfonylureas
    12. Angiotensin II blockers
    13. Anti-epileptics
    14. Anesthetics
    15. Benzodiazepines
    16. Prokinetics
    17. Antihistamines
    18. HMG-CoA reductase inhibitors
    19. Antibiotics
    20. Steroids

  58. Here are some guidelines for purchasing CBD products says:

    When looking for a good CBD oil, check the label carefully. Products from American Hemp Oil will include a label that tells you exactly the source of CBD, as well as details on the quantity and ratio of both CBD and THC – important information both medically and legally!

    – While CBD oil has not gained full approval from the FDA yet, you should still look to purchase a quality product with a great track record for proper testing, safety, and efficacy of effects. The best CBD will be carefully screened for harmful elements and toxins such as mold, pesticides, bacteria, solvent residues, and more.

    -To ensure that your CBD oil is free of these potentially harmful toxins, it’s important that you search for a CBD product from a reputable and trustworthy source. Before you buy, read the fine print to make sure to select one with the best ingredients, including zero GMOs, trans fats, corn syrup, colorings, and other additives.

    -While it won’t always show up on the label, the extraction process is important, too, when it comes to using the best CBD oil. Using a credible and well-established seller for your CBD product needs will ensure that it was extracted without using deadly solvents such as propane, hexane, and other forms of hydrocarbon.

    -What’s the verdict on using Hemp CBD compared to Marijuana CBD oil? Which one is better? The answer to the Hemp or Marijuana debate largely depends on your needs. Since there are concerns about the legality and safety of medicinal marijuana oils, medical experts are cautious about writing a prescription for people suffering from serious health conditions.

    -Whether sourced from hemp, hemp seeds or cannabis, more credible research into the efficacy of CBD is needed before it becomes a safe and effective go-to treatment option. Consult your physician if you have any questions or concerns about taking CBD oils for medical needs.

  59. What’s the difference between Hemp and Cannabis? says:

    One important thing to clarify is that CBD can be found either in Cannabis plants or hemp. Hemp and marijuana fall under the same genus, Cannabis. So marijuana CBD oil refers to either the Cannabis Sativa or Indica plants that are cultivated and grown to produce resinous trichomes. These trichomes contain high levels of tetrahydrocannabinol or THC, so these plants are bred for their psychoactive qualities.

    Industrial hemp, on the other hand, comes from the engineered Cannabis Sativa strain, which contains only trace concentrations of THC. Although hemp falls under the cannabis category, it’s different from the cannabis plant that’s grown for medicinal or recreational purposes. CBD from industrial hemp doesn’t produce the euphoric buzz that’s commonly associated with intake of marijuana-based CBD oil.

  60. Why you should use CBD made from marijuana, not hemp says:

    While most marijuana strains contain high levels of CBD, industrial hemp contains low levels of CBDs comparatively. Therefore, it takes a large amount of industrial hemp to produce the same desired result as a small amount of high-grade CBD.

    -Large-scale production of industrial hemp can be detrimental to the environment since hemp is a bio-accumulator, a plant species that absorb toxic substances from the soil.

    -Hemp CBD lacks terpenes, which are chemicals that enhance the medical benefits of cannabidiol.

    -In terms of efficacy, marijuana oil is preferable over CBD oil produced from hemp for health and wellness applications. When it comes to quality, marijuana CBD oils are extracted from superior strains that were cultivated using organic growing methods.

    -These days, pharmaceutical companies are producing CBD oils through scientific extraction processes that separate harmful solvents from the pure oil. Hemp oil may use safer extraction methods, but since far less CBD is produced with the finished product, hemp-based CBDs are still considered inferior to CBD’s derived from the whole cannabis plant.

  61. What’s the best possible CBD oil for medicinal benefits? says:

    As we’ve outlined, Cannabidiol, or CBD, has receptors throughout your body, called the endocannabinoid system. Human beings can supplement this CBD system to aid and strengthen the immune system and other functions. Just like you may take vitamin c from an orange to supplement your health, CBD intake improves your endocannabinoid system and overall health.

    The increasing prevalence of CBD oils for the management and treatment of various illnesses has inspired cannabis breeders to propagate certain strains. The goal of manufacturers is to yield hemp plants with higher CBD to THC ratios to minimize, if not, eliminate, the psychoactive side effects caused by THC.

    According to research, the best source of high-quality CBD derives from organically grown cannabis with up to 20% CBD concentration by dry weight.

  62. The most important reason to choose CBD oil over THC or Cannabis Oils says:

    There are several good reasons to choose CBD over Cannabis oil and how it is made to alleviate health conditions, but none is more important than the legality. While the issue of legal recreational marijuana, medicinal marijuana, and even cannabis therapeutic substances is in flux in the U.S., there are some key points to understand.

    Products high in THC content – like THC or Cannabis – may be illegal in states that haven’t legalized recreational and/or medicinal marijuana. Likewise, the DEA has ruled that all products containing certain levels of THC and from the cannabis plant are illegal.

    However, CBD from American Hemp Oil has no amount of THC – far below the DEA’s ceiling – and are derived from hemp. Therefore, among the other many advantages, it’s perfectly legal to use CBD oil from American Hemp Oil instead of THC or other Cannabis oils.

  63. Who should use CBD? says:

    Anyone who wants a safe, natural health supplement can use CBD. Some people take it just to boost their body’s systems and balance their general health. Others take it to treat specific ailments, such as anxiety, pain, inflammation, and even epilepsy and some nerve and muscle afflictions. While the FDA hasn’t’ approved CBD oil and it shouldn’t be considered a medicine, an increasing number of people all over the world have discovered the healing properties of high CBD liquid. Everyone wonders what the future may hold. We will soon find out.

    In fact, CBD oil is growing popular among professional and collegiate athletes, who take it for muscle relaxation, recovery, pain relief, other benefits and medical conditions. Since it’s a safe, natural, and legal way to enhance your health and a viable alternative therapy, people young and old from all walks of life are trying CBD. Consult a physician before you begin taking CBD oil, and always purchase from a trusted source of American Hemp Oil.

  64. What Is Hemp Oil? says:

    emp oil is made from the seeds and stalks of the hemp plant. The seeds are pressed until the oil comes out.

    Hemp oil is created from hemp strains that are very high in CBD but contain only tiny trace amounts of THC. This ensures that you can’t get psychotropic effects from hemp oil but still enjoy the health benefits of CBD.

    Cold extraction produces higher-quality hemp oil. When extracted with CO2, hemp oil is generally healthier and contains more desirable compounds.

    Unrefined hemp seed oil has a light green color and tastes pleasantly nutty.

    Hemp oil is very rich in CBD and contains a nutritious balance of omega 6 and omega 3 fatty acids and linoleic acid. These are essential fats that our bodies need to function properly.

  65. The History of Cannabis Oil says:

    Although medicinal marijuana use is relatively new in Western society, cannabis has been known for its benefits to Eastern civilizations for more than 5000 years.

    2900 BC – The Chinese emperor Fu His made a reference to “Ma,” the Chinese word for marijuana, mentioning its healing properties and correct yin-to-yang ratio.
    2700 BC – The father of Chinese medicine, Chen Nung (or Shen Nung), is said to have discovered the healing properties of marijuana as well as ginseng and ephedra.
    1500 BC – Marijuana is officially mentioned in the Chinese Pharmacopeia, known as the Rh-Ya.
    1450 BC – The Hebrew version of the book of the Exodus (30:22-23) mentions a holy anointing oil that contains the plant Kaneh-bosem. Kaneh-bosem has been identified by respectable etymologists, botanists, and researchers as cannabis extracted into olive oil.
    1213 BC – Cannabis pollen was found on the mummy of Ramses II. The Egyptians used cannabis as a cure for glaucoma and other ailments.
    1000 BC – A drink called Bhang, which is made from milk and cannabis, was used as an anesthetic by India’s doctors.
    700 BC – Cannabis is mentioned in the Venidad, one of the ancient religious texts of the Persians, considered to have been written by Zoroaster.
    600 BC – The Ayurvedic treatise, written by Sushruta Samhita, cites cannabis as a cure for leprosy.
    200 BC – Cannabis was used in ancient Greece to cure inflammation.
    1 AD – In the Pen Ts’ao Ching, a Chinese book of medicines, cannabis is mentioned as a cure for over a 100 ailments.
    70 AD – Dioscorides, a famous Greek doctor, wrote about the benefits of cannabis in his botanical book De Materia Medica.
    200 AD – Wine and cannabis resin were mixed by famous Chinese surgeon Hua Tuo to create an anesthetic.
    1500 AD – William Turner, the author of New Herball, praised cannabis as a healing herb.
    1611-1762 AD – Hemp was brought to America by the Jamestown settlers. Cultivating it was considered mandatory.
    1622 AD – Robert Burton, a reputable clergyman and Oxford scholar, recommended cannabis as a treatment for depression in his book The Anatomy of Melancholy.
    1745 AD – US President George Washington grew hemp for 30 years in his Mount Vernon plantation.
    1799 AD – After Napoleon invaded Egypt, he brought cannabis to France.
    1840 AD – Jacques-Joseph Moreau, a French psychiatrist, discovered that marijuana reduces headaches and improves appetite and sleep. Medicinal marijuana use was considered mainstream.
    1850 AD – The US official Pharmacopeia mentioned marijuana as a medicine.
    1911 AD – Massachusetts outlawed cannabis, becoming the first state to do so. The other states soon did so as well.
    1915-1927 AD – Marijuana was prohibited in 10 states.
    1928 AD – Marijuana was added to the UK’s “Dangerous Drug Act.”
    1938 AD – Canada forbade all cannabis cultivation.
    1951 AD – Prison sentences were established for simple possession of marijuana by the Boggs Act.
    1964 AD – Dr. Raphael Mechoulam identified THC as the main psychoactive substance of marijuana and later synthesized it in a lab.
    1960-1980 AD – Popularity of marijuana rose sharply (and still grows to this day). US population pushed for legalization.
    1970 AD – Marijuana was declared a substance without medicinal use.
    1976 AD – The Netherlands decriminalized marijuana, allowing controlled use. Licensed shops were permitted to sell small amounts to adults.
    1996 AD – California legalized medicinal cannabis use.
    2015 AD – Marijuana is now legal in 25 states. The latest to join in was Texas.
    As you can see, history speaks for itself. From heralded medicine for over four thousand years to a villain within a century, now cannabis is slowly regaining its old glory as a helpful and relatively safe herbal remedy.

  66. Hemp Oil Side Effects says:

    Since hemp oil contains only tiny traces of THC, it has far fewer side effects than marijuana.

    Hemp oil is very rich in polyunsaturated fats, which can lead to cardiovascular problems when abused. Eliminate that danger by only ingesting the correct serving of hemp oil daily.

    Another possible side effect is diarrhea or stomach cramps. If your digestive system is very sensitive and/or you get these side effects, you should stop taking hemp oil.

    Some individuals are very sensitive to THC. If you’re overly sensitive to THC, you might experience some psychotropic effects from the very small amounts in hemp oil. In this case, you should discontinue taking any hemp oil.

    If you suffer from blood clotting problems, you should ask your doctor before taking CBD oil.

    Pregnant and breastfeeding women should not consume hemp oil.

    If you have a serious disease you should ask your doctor before taking any new supplement.

  67. How to Legally Get Marijuana Oil says:

    Since marijuana was first considered a dangerous drug during the 1930s, it has been illegal in all states until recently.

    Currently, 25 states allow the purchase of marijuana, although not all under the same circumstances.

    Some states allow only medicinal use while others allow recreational use as well.

    Let’s look at the legal status of marijuana in each state in detail:

    Alabama: Medical use of cannabis oil is allowed. Sale and cultivating are illegal.
    Alaska: Medical and recreational use is legal. Selling and cultivating (to a small extent) are legal.
    Arizona: Medical use is legal. Selling and cultivating are legal for medical use only.
    Arkansas: Medical use is legal. Selling is legal for medical use only.
    California: Medical and recreational use is legal. Selling and cultivating (to some extent, after 2018) are legal.
    Colorado: Medical and recreational use is legal. Selling and cultivating (to a small extent) are legal.
    Connecticut: Medical use of cannabis oil is allowed. Selling is legal for medical use only.
    Delaware: Medical use of cannabis oil is allowed. Selling and cultivating are legal for medical use only.
    Florida: Medical use of cannabis oil is allowed. Selling and cultivating are legal for medical use only.
    Georgia: Medical use of cannabis oil is allowed. Selling and cultivating are legal for medical use only.
    Hawaii: Medical use of cannabis oil is allowed. Selling and cultivating are legal for medical use only.
    Idaho: Illegal
    Indiana: Illegal (exceptions for medical use for treating epilepsy)
    Iowa: Medical use of cannabis oil is allowed. Sale and cultivating are illegal.
    Kansas: Illegal
    Kentucky: Illegal (considered a misdemeanor if the amount is less than 230 g)
    Louisiana: Medical use is legal. Selling is legal for medical use only.
    Maine: Medical and recreational use is legal. Selling and cultivating (to a small extent) are legal.
    Maryland: Decriminalized for possession of under 10 g. Selling and cultivating are legal for medical use only.
    Massachusetts: Medical and recreational use is legal. Selling and cultivating (to a small extent) are legal.
    Michigan: Medical use of cannabis oil is allowed. Selling and cultivating are legal for medical use only.
    Minnesota: Decriminalized. Selling is allowed for medical use. Cultivation is illegal.
    Mississippi: Decriminalized if found in possession of less than 30 g. Illegal to sell and cultivate.
    Missouri: Misdemeanor. Selling (felony) and cultivating are illegal.
    Montana: Medical use of cannabis oil is allowed. Selling and cultivating are legal for medical use only.
    Nebraska: Decriminalized for first offense. Illegal to sell or cultivate.
    Nevada: Legal
    New Hampshire: Medical use of cannabis oil is allowed. Selling and cultivating are legal for medical use only.
    New Jersey: Medical use of cannabis oil is allowed. Selling is legal for medical use only. Cultivating is illegal.
    New Mexico: Medical use of cannabis oil is allowed. Selling and cultivating are legal for medical use only.
    New York: Decriminalized if not in open view. Selling and cultivating are misdemeanors.
    North Carolina: Decriminalized for 0.5 oz or less. Illegal to sell or cultivate.
    North Dakota: Medical use of cannabis oil is allowed. Selling is legal for medical use only.
    Ohio: Decriminalized (civil infraction). Legal to sell for medicinal use. Illegal to cultivate.
    Oklahoma: Medical use of cannabis oil is allowed. Selling and cultivating is illegal.
    Oregon: Legal
    Pennsylvania: Medical use of cannabis oil is allowed. Selling and cultivating are illegal.
    Rhode Island: Medical use of cannabis oil is allowed. Selling and cultivating are legal for medical use only.
    South Carolina: Misdemeanor. Selling and cultivating are illegal.
    South Dakota: Misdemeanor. Selling and cultivating are illegal.
    Tennessee: Misdemeanor. Selling is a felony.
    Texas: Medical use is allowed. Selling is a felony. Cultivating is illegal.
    Utah: Misdemeanor for possession. Selling is a felony. Cultivating is illegal.
    Vermont: Decriminalized (civil infraction). Selling and cultivating for medicinal use are legal.
    Virginia: Possession is a misdemeanor. Selling and cultivating are illegal.
    Washington: Legal.
    West Virginia: Medical use is allowed. Selling for medicinal use is legal. Cultivating is illegal.
    Wisconsin: Medical use is allowed. Selling and cultivating are felonies.
    Wyoming: Possession is a misdemeanor. Selling and cultivating are illegal.
    The marijuana laws have changed drastically in recent years, so this list is probably going to change (hopefully for the better) rather soon. Always check in with your local authority to know the latest laws of your state when it comes to marijuana use, selling and cultivation.

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