The world of CBD can be daunting. Why does it seem to be in everything and how do you know what is a quality product!? With little regulation, it's buyer beware, and be educated. The information below reviews where CBD comes from, why it is beneficial to our bodies, the different types, what to look for when shopping for good CBD, and a few companies and CBD products I love.
When you search cartridges on Trulieve's website, there a lot of options. Regardless, no matter what concentrate you choose, you can be sure there are no cutting agents like MCT oil (coconut oil). I decided to go with the Jack Herer CO2 Vape Sativa cartridge. The stain is named after a marijuana activist and author of The Emperor Wears No Clothes. It is a very well known, popular day-time, sativa-dominate strain. (Read more by clicking the photo above.)
You may not realize it, but you are already familiar with Terpenes. Terpenes are fragrant oils that are responsible for the scent of cannabis, as well as a variety of other organisms and plants. Each cannabis strain has a unique terpene profile that not only gives it a signature sent, but also aids in the overall effects of the strain. (Read more by clicking the photo above.)
As Fluent describes it, "This blend is here to keep you cool, calm and collected. Doma is the perfect blend for anyone looking to achieve a greater sense of calm throughout their day. With a 1:3 ratio of CBD to THC, Doma is an excellent option for individuals seeking a lighter, calmer cannabis experience with only moderate sedation." (Read more by clicking the photo above.)
When you combine THC & CBD in a blended form of consumption, they cause a very different reaction than just THC alone, or CBD alone. CBD essentially gets in the way of THC's ability to bind with one of the major ECS receptors, CB1. As a result, the presence of CBD has a significant impact on the psychoactive properties of THC. (Read more by clicking the photo above.)