CBD (cannabidiol) is one of two key ingredients used to formulate medicinal cannabis products. The other is THC (tetrahydocannabinol). Both of these biological compounds are extracted from marijuana plants (but also from hemp plants; more on this in another post). Both have shown significant benefits
Recent stories have highlighted Canadians who got into trouble with US border authorities. They were caught carrying CBD. As a result, they were denied entry and could possibly face a lifetime ban. It’s widely understood by Canadians that you cannot take marijuana into the US.
Morning comes and you feel like you haven’t had any sleep? Mind going like crazy when you’re trying to get to sleep? Cranky all day because you didn’t get enough quality shuteye? Statistics Canada’s 2017 survey (find it here) reported that “… 43 per cent of
A good question! The answer is that one is not necessarily better than the other. Here’s a quick comparison. Capsules Capsules come in measured doses, e.g., 10mg, 20mg, 30mg per capsule, etc. This means the dose doesn’t have to be measured. Simply put thecapsule in
We get lots of feedback from customers, which we always appreciate. Most of it is overwhelmingly positive. Treatment for insomnia, anxiety, and inflammation-related pain are the ones we hear about most. It’s great to hear that our products have helped someone. But some comments are
There’s been little research regarding medicinal cannabis. However, people using medicinal cannabis report benefits for a range of conditions and ailments. We regularly receive encouraging comments about how medicinal cannabis has helped people. As word of these benefits spread, Budtanicals staff is often asked two