Global Cannabidiol (CBD) Market Recent Trends 2021 – Upcoming Scope, Size Estimation, Returns, Pricing Trends, Growth Opportunity, Regional Outlook and Forecast to 2025

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Global “Cannabidiol (CBD) Market” research report offers qualitative and quantitative insights in relation to industry growth rate, market segmentation, Cannabidiol (CBD) market size, demand and revenue. The current trends that are expected to influence the future prospects of the Cannabidiol (CBD) market are analyzed in the report. The report further investigates and assesses the current landscape of the ever-evolving business sector and the present and future effects of COVID-19 on the market.

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“Final Report will add the analysis of the impact of COVID-19 on this industry.”

In Chapter 2.4 of the report, we share our perspectives for the impact of COVID-19 from the long and short term.
In chapter 3.4, we provide the influence of the crisis on the industry chain, especially for marketing channels.
In chapters 8-13, we update the timely industry economic revitalization plan of the country-wise government.

The Global Cannabidiol (CBD) market 2020 research provides a basic overview of the industry including definitions, classifications, applications and industry chain structure. The Global Cannabidiol (CBD) market report is provided for the international markets as well as development trends, competitive landscape analysis, and key regions development status. Development policies and plans are discussed as well as manufacturing processes and cost structures are also analysed. This report additionally states import/export consumption, supply and demand Figures, cost, price, revenue and gross margins.

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  • Based on the Cannabidiol (CBD) market development status, competitive landscape and development model in different regions of the world, this report is dedicated to providing niche markets, potential risks and comprehensive competitive strategy analysis in different fields. From the competitive advantages of different types of products and services, the development opportunities and consumption characteristics and structure analysis of the downstream application fields are all analyzed in detail. To Boost Growth during the epidemic era, this report analyzes in detail for the potential risks and opportunities which can be focused on.

    Global Cannabidiol (CBD) market competition by TOP MANUFACTURERS, with production, price, revenue (value) and each manufacturer including:

  • Spectrum Therapeutics
  • Dobre Konopie
  • Canopy Growth Corporation
  • Aurora Cannabis Inc.

    Global Cannabidiol (CBD) Market providing information such as company profiles, product picture and specification, capacity, production, price, cost, revenue and contact information. Upstream raw materials and instrumentation and downstream demand analysis is additionally dispensed. The Global Cannabidiol (CBD) market development trends and marketing channels are analyzed. Finally, the feasibility of latest investment projects is assessed and overall analysis conclusions offered.

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    On the basis of product, this report displays the production, revenue, price, market share and growth rate of each type, primarily split into:

  • Hemp
  • Marijuana

    On the basis of the end users/applications, this report focuses on the status and outlook for major applications/end users, consumption (sales), market share and growth rate for each application, including:

  • Pharmaceuticals Industry
  • Food Industry
  • Cosmetics Industry
  • Other

    Geographically, the detailed analysis of consumption, revenue, market share and growth rate, historic and forecast (2015-2025) of the following regions are covered in Chapter 8-13:

    • North America (Covered in Chapter 9)
    • Europe (Covered in Chapter 10)
    • Asia-Pacific (Covered in Chapter 11)
    • South America (Covered in Chapter 12)
    • Middle East and Africa (Covered in Chapter 13)

    Some of the key questions answered in this report:

    • What will the market growth rate, growth momentum or acceleration market carries during the forecast period?
    • Which are the key factors driving the Cannabidiol (CBD) market?
    • What was the size of the emerging Cannabidiol (CBD) market by value in 2019?
    • What will be the size of the emerging Cannabidiol (CBD) market in 2025?
    • Which region is expected to hold the highest market share in the Cannabidiol (CBD) market?
    • What trends, challenges and barriers will impact the development and sizing of the Global Cannabidiol (CBD) market?
    • What are sales volume, revenue, and price analysis of top manufacturers of Cannabidiol (CBD) market?
    • What are the Cannabidiol (CBD) market opportunities and threats faced by the vendors in the global Cannabidiol (CBD) Industry?

    Years considered for this report:

    • Historical Years: 2015-2019
    • Base Year: 2019
    • Estimated Year: 2020
    • Cannabidiol (CBD) Market Forecast Period: 2020-2025

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    With tables and figures helping analyse worldwide Global Cannabidiol (CBD) market trends, this research provides key statistics on the state of the industry and is a valuable source of guidance and direction for companies and individuals interested in the market.

    Key Points from TOC:

    1 Market Overview
    1.1 Product Definition and Market Characteristics
    1.2 Global Cannabidiol (CBD) Market Size
    1.3 Market Segmentation
    1.4 Global Macroeconomic Analysis
    1.5 SWOT Analysis

    2. Market Dynamics
    2.1 Market Drivers
    2.2 Market Constraints and Challenges
    2.3 Emerging Market Trends
    2.4 Impact of COVID-19
    2.4.1 Short-term Impact
    2.4.2 Long-term Impact

    3 Associated Industry Assessment
    3.1 Supply Chain Analysis
    3.2 Industry Active Participants
    3.2.1 Suppliers of Raw Materials
    3.2.2 Key Distributors/Retailers
    3.3 Alternative Analysis
    3.4 The Impact of Covid-19 From the Perspective of Industry Chain

    4 Market Competitive Landscape
    4.1 Industry Leading Players
    4.2 Industry News
    4.2.1 Key Product Launch News
    4.2.2 M&A and Expansion Plans

    5 Analysis of Leading Companies
    5.1 Company 1
    5.1.1 Company 1 Company Profile
    5.1.2 Company 1 Business Overview
    5.1.3 Company 1 Cannabidiol (CBD) Sales, Revenue, Average Selling Price and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
    5.1.4 Company 1 Cannabidiol (CBD) Products Introduction

    5.2 Company 2
    5.2.1 Company 2 Company Profile
    5.2.2 Company 2 Business Overview
    5.2.3 Company 2 Cannabidiol (CBD) Sales, Revenue, Average Selling Price and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
    5.2.4 Company 2 Cannabidiol (CBD) Products Introduction

    5.3 Company 3
    5.3.1 Company 3 Company Profile
    5.3.2 Company 3 Business Overview
    5.3.3 Company 3 Cannabidiol (CBD) Sales, Revenue, Average Selling Price and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
    5.3.4 Company 3 Cannabidiol (CBD) Products Introduction

    5.4 Company 4
    5.4.1 Company 4 Company Profile
    5.4.2 Company 4 Business Overview
    5.4.3 Company 4 Cannabidiol (CBD) Sales, Revenue, Average Selling Price and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
    5.4.4 Company 4 Cannabidiol (CBD) Products Introduction
    ……………………………………………………………

    6 Market Analysis and Forecast, By Product Types
    6.1 Global Cannabidiol (CBD) Sales, Revenue and Market Share by Types (2015-2020)
    6.2 Global Cannabidiol (CBD) Market Forecast by Types (2020-2025)
    6.3 Global Cannabidiol (CBD) Sales, Price and Growth Rate by Types (2015-2020)
    6.4 Global Cannabidiol (CBD) Market Revenue and Sales Forecast, by Types (2020-2025)

    7 Market Analysis and Forecast, By Applications
    7.1 Global Cannabidiol (CBD) Sales, Revenue and Market Share by Applications (2015-2020)
    7.2 Global Cannabidiol (CBD) Market Forecast by Applications (2020-2025)
    7.3 Global Revenue, Sales and Growth Rate by Applications (2015-2020)
    7.4 Global Cannabidiol (CBD) Market Revenue and Sales Forecast, by Applications (2020-2025)

    8 Market Analysis and Forecast, By Regions
    8.1 Global Cannabidiol (CBD) Sales by Regions (2015-2020)
    8.2 Global Cannabidiol (CBD) Market Revenue by Regions (2015-2020)
    8.3 Global Cannabidiol (CBD) Market Forecast by Regions (2020-2025)
    Continued……………….

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    LBC Bioscience CBD; the Rise of CBD Life Sciences Inc. (OTCMKTS: CBDL)

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    CBD Life Sciences Inc. (OTCMKTS: CBDL) is making a powerful run up the charts in recent weeks skyrocketing out of the triple zeroes and emerging as a volume leader in small caps topping 1 billion shares traded last Friday. CBDL through its wholly owned subsidiary LBC Bioscience Inc. manufactures and sells a full line of CBD products with now over 50 individual products and growing fast. LBC is catching on with the Company recently reporting sales of $120,950 for the 3 months ended September 30, 2020 up from $11k in Q3 2019 and they are virtually debt free with just $149k in liabilities meaning little or no dilution. Penny stock speculators are quickly catching on to the CBDL story and are bidding the stock higher in recent trading.

    Marijuana and CBD stocks are on the rise in recent months as New Jersey, Arizona, Montana and South Dakota legalize cannabis for recreational use. Also the house just passed sweeping legislation that would decriminalize marijuana and expunge nonviolent marijuana-related convictions although the bill is unlikely to pass. CBD is booming and is projected to reach $4.7 billion in US sales in 2020 up from $4.1 billion in 2019. According to a new reported from reserchandmarkets.com; The U.S. cannabidiol market is estimated to reach US$13.39 billion in 2024, growing at a CAGR of 42.36% for the period spanning 2020-2024.

    CBD Life Sciences Inc. (OTCMKTS: CBDL) operating out of Scottsdale, Arizona through its wholly owned subsidiary LBC Bioscience Inc. is a publicly traded company having its common shares quoted on the OTC Markets under the symbol ‘CBDL’. The Company’s main focus is to identify, evaluate and acquire undervalued opportunities with the objective of increasing shareholder value. The Company has been through several incarnations most recently named Cre8tive Works; in the business of financing media production. On January 1, 2019, the name was changed to CBD Life Sciences, Inc. through a share exchange to capitalize on the growing cannabidiol sector.

    The Company’s wholly owned subsidiary LBC Bioscience Inc. has developed and is retailing/wholesaling a full line of cannabidiol based organic products including CBD drops, pain relief creams, anxiety and sleep supplements, CBD brain boost coffee, weight loss coffee, gummies, a full line of CBD infused anti – aging skincare line and a full pet line including Hemp for horses. Principal Products of the company is an array of high-quality line of organic cannabidiol based supplements and wellness products.  Why Shop LBC Bioscience? Free Shipping on All Orders for the Holidays; Large Selection of Products (over 50 items and growing); 100% USA Made Products “organic & kosher”; 30% off on all products through the Holidays using code “LBC30” A listing of some of the Company’s products follows:

    CBD Rich Hemp Oil Drops-relief of acne, arthritis, anxiety, chronic pain, depression.
    CBD Hemp Oil Anxiety E Liquid-formulated to aid reduce anxiety.
    CBD Hemp Oil Sleep E Liquid-formulated to induce sleep.
    CBD Vitamin B12 Drops-increases energy.
    CBD Biotin Drops promotes healthy skin, hair and nails.
    CBD Garcinia Cambogia Drops suppresses appetite supporting weight loss and breaks down fat.
    CDB Terpenes & Tincutres-taken for acne, arthritis, anxiety, chronic pain, depression, pain relief
    CBD Gummy Bears pain relief, anti-inflammatory, stress and anxiety relief
    CBD Pain Relief Cream minor muscle and joint pain
    CDD Freeze Pain Cold Rub topical analgesic blended with raw
    CBD to soother minor aches and pains
    CBD Pet supplement Drops treats arthritis and digestive issues
    CBD Pet Treats assists with reduction in arthritis, stress and digestive issues
    CBD Pain Cream for Pets topical solution for arthritis and acute strains or torn ligaments.

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    Earlier this year CBDL announced its CBD Kiosk is now open at Fashion Square Mall! The Kiosk is in a prime location right near Tesla & Microsoft. Fashion Square Mall is based in the heart of Scottsdale, AZ and has Arizona’s largest selection of Exclusive Stores & Brands. Close by the Mall is Old Town Scottsdale, which is a popular tourist destination that brings in an immensely amount of revenue. The Company had initially planned to open the kiosk earlier but due to Covid-19 it was held back. The CBD Kiosk is selling the Company’s full line of CBD products such as Pain Relief Creams, Hand Sanitizers, Pet Products, Gummy Bears, Tablets, Skincare Products, Drops, Coffee, Honey Sticks & more. For the full line of CBDL products go here: https://www.lbcbioscienceinc.com/shop

    On December 3 CBDL wholly owned subsidiary, LBC Bioscience Inc. President & CEO, Lisa Nelson announced today that the company will be introducing a new product. This product is CBD Flower along with two tasty flavors. One strain we are going to be working with is called Hawaiian Haze that is said to remind people of a blissful Hawaiian getaway. This strain of CBD is known to give of the tropical hints of pineapple, mango, Lemon and even a slight hint of chamomile. It has a strong terpene profile of myrcene and beta-caryophyllene. Hawaiian haze is great for social events or daytime use. Because of this full-spectrum products impressive terpene profile, users can feel confident to get the results they desire punctually. Another strain we are working with is known as Sour Space Candy that originates from Oregon. This strain has an exclusive flavor profile of candied apple with a sour kick. As far as the taste of this strain goes, this beautiful masculine formed strain stays true to its name and tastes of sweet candy apples that bounces nicely with a slight cherry flavor hint. Being this impressive, users have given this flower high praise mainly for the smell and taste.

    CEO, Lisa Nelson stated on the benefits of CBD; “These benefits include help with behavioral/neurological complications such as ADD/ADHD, anxiety, bipolar, OCD, PTSD, epilepsy, Parkinson’s, osteoporosis, and ALS. CBD can also benefit pain management that can stem from headaches/migraines, arthritis, cramps, spinal injuries, and fibromyalgia. CBD has been found to also have gastrointestinal benefits with gastro-disorders and complications such as anorexia, cachexia, Crohn’s, diabetes, and nausea. Physical complications/disorders such as muscular dystrophy and even immune system-based deficiencies and other complications such as cancer and hypertension even our bodies way and ability to maintain homeostasis have all been said to benefit from CBD.”

    LBC Bioscience Inc. is well stocked with some very high-quality CBD offerings – all at very reasonable prices with its Holiday Specials. Check out LBC Bioscience Inc’s newest product offerings including its: 100mg CBD Bath Bombs in a variety of scents with Holiday Scents coming within the next few weeks. 1500 MG Premium Berry Drops, 100MG CBD Tablets and our tasty CBD Gumballs. Or shop our top selling products (based on order frequency) which include our CBD Pain Cream, CBD Oils and CBD Pet Treats.

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    CBDL is making a powerful run up the charts in recent weeks skyrocketing out of the triple zeroes and emerging as a volume leader in small caps topping 1 billion shares traded last Friday. CBDL through its wholly owned subsidiary LBC Bioscience Inc. manufactures and sells a full line of CBD products with now over 50 individual products and growing fast. RBL is catching on with the Company recently reporting sales of $120,950 for the 3 months ended September 30, 2020 up from $11k in Q3 2019 and they are virtually debt free with just $149k in liabilities meaning little or no dilution. Penny stock speculators are quickly catching on to the CBDL story and are bidding the stock higher in recent trading. CBD is booming and is projected to reach $4.7 billion in US sales in 2020 up from $4.1 billion in 2019. According to a new reported from reserchandmarkets.com; The U.S. cannabidiol market is estimated to reach US$13.39 billion in 2024, growing at a CAGR of 42.36% for the period spanning 2020-2024. We will be updating on CBDL when more details emerge so make sure you are subscribed to Microcapdaily so you know what’s going on with CBDL.

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    This article was republished on CBDNewsFeed.com from the original article, LBC Bioscience CBD; the Rise of CBD Life Sciences Inc. (OTCMKTS: CBDL), which was originally published on 2020-12-06 10:26:31 (based on the date that was listed on the original article at the time it was republished). We shared this article on CBDNewsFeed.com because our editorial staff believed that its context was useful and helpful to our readers. If you have any questions regarding this article, please email us at .

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    Foria Intimacy CBD Botanical Vape Pen Review – SheKnows

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    I am hardly a cannabis novice at this point, having tried a bunch of different products in my endless pursuit of chill as a decidedly un-chill person. From lubes to lotions to gummies to lip balms and skincare, I’ve found a number of ride-or-die products that use CBD (short for cannabidiol) that I’ve worked into my self-care rotation. So when I was sent Foria’s new Intimacy Botanical Vape Pen with CBD, a thoughtful relaunch of their beloved Flow vape pen, I knew the kind of effects I could expect from a solid quality CBD product: generally, in my case, that’s a relaxed (but not cloudy) feeling, ease of tension and (usually) an easier time putting my racing brain to sleep.

    But I hadn’t really gotten a chance to try out vaping CBD before and, beyond knowing vaguely that it was a fast and effective way to feel the effects of CBD faster, I only knew that I wanted to be a cautious, conscious vape consumer and do it all the right way. Luckily, the folks at Foria were available to give me some extra information on their products and vaping CBD in general, which helped me avoid getting anxious about the product that was supposed to help me feel less stressed.

    “Vaping is by far the fastest way to access CBD’s tension-easing, mood-enhancing effects. When CBD is inhaled, it passes to the lungs and then directly into the bloodstream. Oral solutions like CBD oil need to be processed by the liver, which can take a while — sometimes hours, depending on the person,” Foria‘s Chief Brand Officer Kiana Reeves tells SheKnows. “And topicals, which also bypass the liver, tend to stay where you put them. This is great for easing local discomfort and improving blood flow, less so for overall systemic balance. If you want to set a mood quickly, reach for a vape! (Though the effects won’t last as long; for longterm relief and overall wellness, we recommend supplementing with a tonic or tincture.)… it helps to know what’s going on in your body when you use CBD. Phytocannabinoids have a fascinating effect on the human animal, via a remarkable network called the endocannabinoid system. Our blog has some useful deep dives about how CBD works to enhance intimacy and wellness in body and mind, and knowledge is always power when it comes to our health — sexual and otherwise.”

    All’s this to say, when you vape the right way and listen to what your body is telling you, you can get the benefits of CBD (which can include the anti-inflammatory, homeostasis-promoting effects on top of setting that soothing mood) in record time.

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    A bit about the pen itself: Even if you are new to vaping, the set-up is pretty simple and intuitive to use. Coming with a lithium battery (which functions as the end part of the pen), a USB charger and a cartridge (which contains the CBD oil), you’ll want to let it charge for a bit and then screw the cartridge on when you’re ready to use it. Available for $78 on Foria’s website, it’s sturdy enough to toss in your bag without worrying about it getting destroyed and holds a pretty decent charge over time.

    As advised, I took one puff to start, inhaling for a seconds (they recommend anywhere from one to three) to get the first bit of vapor. The flavor is a really soothing and soft combination of vanilla, mint and cacao — it tastes good, obviously, but isn’t too sweet or overwhelming. I took about fifteen minutes to let my body feel out the dosage and I tried, as a person who is very bad at setting calming moods, to set a mood — I lit a candle, put my phone in another room and told everyone in my house to leave me alone with my vibes for a while (easier said than done.)

    Within a 20 minutes or so, I did feel some of the usual effects I’d come to expect from taking half of gummy or a bit of oil. A few more puffs later and I found myself able to focus enough to do a bit of yoga and read (for fun) for a while. I’d say I wasn’t really any more stressed out than normal (hanging around the baseline stress of existing) but I did have an easier time winding down and going to sleep that night after some “me” time.

    Since Foria’s products are developed with your sexual wellness in mind and I really love Foria’s Awaken both solo and with partners, I wanted to see what how the vape played in bed. I’m currently my own safest sex partner (thanks, pandemic!), so my hand and I took it for a spin. I did notice similar effects to when I use a CBD based lube or oil —  the same intense orgasms (and soothing post-game float-y feelings) but obviously without the product actually on my body. I could see this working particularly well for people who want the calming, anxiety busting effects of CBD during a sexual encounter but maybe don’t need too much extra lubrication (or if you or your partner want to use a different lube or want to use toys or condoms that is aren’t oil safe, this lets you bypass any unfortunate errors that might cost you a beloved sex toy.)

    The next time I used my vape, I’d had a long busy day and was more in the grumpy, stressed, why-does-my-lower-back-always-hurt-I-hate-everything kind of headspace and thought it might be a useful way to try and get out of it. I can’t say it was all the pen’s doing, but I was asleep after three puffs and 2.5 episodes of Murder, She Wrote. (To be clear: that’s a wholehearted endorsement for a perfect evening in my book.)

    How to Vape Responsibly, According to the Pros

    If you’ve read any of our coverage of 2019’s vaping illness, you might be a bit hesitant to introduce vaping into your own self-care routine. (Which is totally fair! Listen to your body and follow what feels good to you!) But the key to vaping safely is to make sure you are aware of how each given product is meant to be used, how it is not meant to be used and have a solid understanding of how they source their ingredients and create the thing you’re putting in your body (duh).

    Always, always, always do your research before you purchase a pen,” Mathew Gerson, Foria‘s Founder and CEO, tells SheKnows. “Although the available evidence suggests that vaping is much less dangerous than smoking, all vapes aren’t the same — by a longshot. Too many are cheaply made, with questionable hardware. Dangerous additives are far too common, like propylene glycol and the vitamin E acetate implicated in the 2019’s rash of vaping illnesses. In fact, we were motivated by the prevalence of shady vapes when we designed ours. We believe that people shouldn’t have to endanger themselves to enjoy the benefits of CBD. Our hardware is top-of-the-line, extensively tested glass and ceramic, and our ‘juice’ has always been all-natural, free of propylene glycol, vitamin E and synthetic additives.”

    (And, as Hudson Valley native who digs our planet, I loved seeing they sourced their USDA-certified organic hemp from regenerative farm Hudson Hemp in New York.)

    Gerson adds that while the pen is as safe as it can be “there’s no getting around the fact that inhaling anything other than plain air isn’t good for your lungs.” So even though it tastes great and you enjoy the feeling, it is not designed for you to be hitting it all day or absentmindedly.

    “We suggest using it mindfully, to create a moment and establish a mood. Start with a puff or two and keep careful track of how you feel. Since vaping is so quick and efficient, you should notice results right away. Many people who experiment with plant allies for wellness support like to keep journals of their experiences, a practice we endorse,” Gerson says. “And if vaping feels bad in any way, that’s your body trying to tell you something! Try smaller puffs and inhaling more shallowly, and when in doubt, stop.”

    Our mission at SheKnows is to empower and inspire women, and we only feature products we think you’ll love as much as we do. Please note that if you purchase something by clicking on a link within this story, we may receive a small commission of the sale. 

    This article was republished on CBDNewsFeed.com from the original article, Foria Intimacy CBD Botanical Vape Pen Review – SheKnows, which was originally published on 2020-12-02 17:45:26 (based on the date that was listed on the original article at the time it was republished). We shared this article on CBDNewsFeed.com because our editorial staff believed that its context was useful and helpful to our readers. If you have any questions regarding this article, please email us at .

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    Local Mother of Three Launches Online CBD/ Hemp Retail Shop

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    Jessica La Place, founder of the Bloom Altitude 365 online retail shop, poses with daughters, Kailey, age seven, and 15-year-old Amber. (Source photos by Teddi Davis)

    Jessica LaPlace is raising three children, working full time and studying for a business degree at the University of the Virgin Islands, and if that’s not enough, the St. Thomas native recently added the title of entrepreneur to the list.

    On November 15, the busy wife and mother launched Bloom Altitude 365. The online retail shop offers a wide variety of non-medicinal health and beauty products formulated with CBD and hemp. Categories range from cosmetics and body creams to aromatherapy inhalers, CBD oil drops, edibles and more.

    “I chose this type of business because I have a passion for the health field,” LaPlace said. “I wanted to combine my background and experience with my entrepreneurial skills in order to serve my community.”

    LaPlace said she personally selected all her products, which are organic and non-GMO, “and every item is tested by friends and family.”

    Also a proud veteran, LaPlace served three years in the Navy. During that time her eldest child, Joshua, now 20-years old, was born.

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    Amber LaPlace displays shades of lip gloss available from her mother’s new online business. (Source photos by Teddi Davis)

    Growing up on St. Thomas, LaPlace took an early interest in health care.

    “From the time I was in eighth grade through the 12th grade, I worked in labor and delivery at the hospital,” she said.

    LaPlace fondly recalled having been an assistant to head nurse/ midwife Cynthia Stapleton, for whom the Labor and Delivery unit at Schneider Regional Medical Center was later named.

    “It was intriguing work,” said LaPlace.”Very fulfilling.”

    LaPlace also worked in a physician’s office for a period of time. That lifelong interest in health led to her new venture.

    Local Mother of Three Launches Online CBD/ Hemp Retail Shop | CBDNewsFeed
    Pacific brand CBD/ Hemp lip balms from Bloom Altitude 365 are a favorite of Kailey LaPlace. (Source photos by Teddi Davis)

    “Years ago, I also started watching programs on the benefits of CBD and hemp,” she said.

    One case LaPlace cited was the plight of Charlotte Fiji, who suffered from a rare form of epilepsy. The little girl became known as ‘patient zero’ in research regarding the potential for cannabis and its non-non-psychoactive, non-intoxicating extracts to provide relief from seizures. Widely covered by the media, including Dr. Sanjay Gupta of CNN, in 2012, the Stanley brothers developed a strain of hemp called Charlotte’s Web which appeared to aid the child.

    “Stories like that reeled me in,” said LaPlace.

    Today, LaPlace largely credits the Stanley brothers for inspiring a new wave of product development, including CBD oils and edibles, which are believed to provide a sense of calm and well-being. Other promising health benefits indicate help in easing pain, inflammation, skin conditions, anxiety, sleeplessness, and other issues, LaPlace said.

    Local Mother of Three Launches Online CBD/ Hemp Retail Shop | CBDNewsFeed
    Organic product selections at Bloom Attitude 365 include CBD oils, edibles, skin creams and more. (Source photos by Teddi Davis)

    “We believe in educating our customers, so they are well informed and can enjoy our products,” said LaPlace.

    She emphasized that cannabinoids – CBD compound – is extracted from industrial hemp and can be legally purchased throughout the United States and the Virgin Islands.

    “Gummies are our top seller,” LaPlace said. “According to customer feedback, it’s because dosage is consistent – and they taste so good.”

    Hypo-allergenic cosmetics available at Bloom Altitude 365 include 24 shades of organic lipstick.

    “Our lip gloss is perfect for teens,” LaPlace said, adding that she specifically selected that line with her daughter, Amber, in mind.

    LaPlace also designed the company’s easy-to-navigate website. A total family affair, Amber provides product shots for the site and husband Danny handles shipping and delivery.

    St. Thomas residents get an added bonus of free, same-day delivery on purchases over $25 and every shopper enjoys no-charge shipping on orders over $150.

    New products are added regularly with a line of shampoos and conditioners coming soon.

    Those interested can shop online at bloomaltitude365.com. More information can be obtained by sending email to [email protected] or calling 340-473-6726.

    This article was republished on CBDNewsFeed.com from the original article, Local Mother of Three Launches Online CBD/ Hemp Retail Shop, which was originally published on 2020-11-29 22:00:00 (based on the date that was listed on the original article at the time it was republished). We shared this article on CBDNewsFeed.com because our editorial staff believed that its context was useful and helpful to our readers. If you have any questions regarding this article, please email us at .

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    Is CBD Good for Dogs?

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    There’s been a lot of media buzz in recent years about the therapeutic potential of CBD for humans, but what about our beloved furry friends?

    As a pet owner, it can be hard to watch the family dog suffer from arthritis, nausea, or anxiety. The good news is, CBD has many of the same pharmacological mechanisms when administered to dogs as it does in people.

    The Proof is in the Research

    Since the legalization of hemp-based CBD in 2018, scientists have been producing a growing body of research into its safety and efficacy in both lab tests and clinical settings. Before testing CBD products on humans, these researchers usually start with lab animals like mice, rats, and, yes, dogs. There’s plenty of laboratory and clinical evidence to support the use of CBD as a veterinary supplement.

    Like people, dogs have endocannabinoid receptors throughout their bodies. CBD acts indirectly on these receptors to support central and peripheral nervous system health and help to maintain a state of homeostasis in the body.

    Unique Concerns for Pet Owners

    When administering CBD to pets, it’s important to choose a vendor like Vive CBD that sells specialized veterinary supplements. Dosing and administering herbal supplements designed for humans can be very challenging. When pet owners buy CBD dog treats or other specialized products, they won’t have to worry about dose titration.

    It’s also very important to avoid giving pets full-spectrum CBD products that contain THC. This plant-based compound doesn’t just produce psychoactive effects that can leave dogs feeling distressed. It can also be toxic in animals, even in small amounts.

    Common Canine Conditions That Can Be Managed With CBD

    CBD can help pets manage a diverse array of symptoms. They range from chronic pain to seizures, anxiety, decreased appetite, and more.

    CBD Relieves Pain

    There is extensive evidence to show that CBD can help both humans and their beloved pets manage various types of pain. That includes nerve pain, pain related to inflammation, and mobility problems related to arthritis. CBD may be especially helpful as a wellness supplement for aging dogs.

    CBD Can Reduce Anxiety

    https://pixabay.com/photos/cat-feline-pet-domestic-cbd-oil-5484132/Many pets suffer from anxiety during thunderstorms, in the presence of other dogs, or when their humans aren’t home. CBD can help to reduce anxiety in dogs, helping to eliminate problematic behaviors like excessive barking, indoor urination, or destroying the furniture. It can be especially helpful for pets that suffer from noise phobias.

    CBD Can Reduce Seizures

    Humans aren’t the only ones who can get epileptic or non-epileptic seizures. Dogs can also develop seizure disorders. CBD can help to reduce the frequency and intensity of epileptic seizures, and unlike most prescription medications, it doesn’t cause liver damage.

    CBD Can Help with Stomach Upset

    There are many reasons a dog might develop stomach upset. No matter what’s causing this symptom, CBD can help to alleviate vomiting and nausea. It can also increase appetite in animals with serious health conditions like cancer that can disrupt normal eating patterns.

    CBD May Have Anti-Tumor Effects

    Researchers are exploring the possibility that CBD could help reduce the spread of tumors by blocking cancer cells’ ability to reproduce. It isn’t a cure-all, and no credible sources are claiming that CBD can cure cancer. However, CBD may make a good complementary treatment for dogs undergoing conventional cancer therapies.

    CBD Side Effects in Dogs

    There haven’t been any studies to date that specifically evaluate CBD’s potential side effects in dogs. However, there’s plenty of anecdotal evidence available. The most common side effects reported by pet owners include:

    • Increased thirst
    • Drowsiness
    • Lowered blood pressure when given in large amounts

    The good news is, pet owners can minimize these side effects with correct dosing. Minimum doses usually start at 0.05mg/kg of body weight. Maximum daily doses are less than 5mg/kg of body weight.

    It’s always best to use the lowest effective dose, so start by administering a very small amount of CBD to the dog. If the dog responds well, stick with that dose. If the supplement doesn’t produce any results, up the animal’s dose very slowly. Don’t administer CBD more often than every six hours.

    Dogs Deserve the Best

    Don’t settle for hemp oil treats from the local pet store or try to give the family pet human supplements.

    Visit https://vivecbd.com/ to find high-quality, specialized CBD products made just for dogs.

    This article was republished on CBDNewsFeed.com from the original article, Is CBD Good for Dogs?, which was originally published on 2020-11-25 19:11:15 (based on the date that was listed on the original article at the time it was republished). We shared this article on CBDNewsFeed.com because our editorial staff believed that its context was useful and helpful to our readers. If you have any questions regarding this article, please email us at .

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    Thank You, Cannabis

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    It’s hard to hold a candle in the cold November rain, unless you’re in the cannabis industry. There’s much to be celebrated in this contact-less Thanksgiving Week in America. You may have missed it amongst the surge of COVID cases, the unprecedented presidential election, and the slew of voter fraud lawsuits that have been filed, but November, 2020, has been tremendous for our industry. Months like this drive me and our law firm’s clients to push forward every day to develop this business on a global basis. 

    In the last month, we saw an election night Green Wave — a clean sweep for marijuana reform measures which enact regulatory systems in five U.S states: my home state of New Jersey (which is, after all, the Garden State); Arizona (second time is a charm for an adult use ballot measure; Montana; South Dakota; and even Mississippi. The latter two states are historically very conservative politically, with a previously staunch stand against cannabis reform. Interestingly, President Trump’s own words were used in the pro medical marijuana initiative in Mississippi, highlighted in ads where Trump had previously stated that “[he] think[s] medical should happen, right? Don’t we agree? I mean I think so.” He went on, “I know people that are very, very sick and for whatever reason, the marijuana really helps them.”

    Apparently, the tremendous movement forward of cannabis policy reform at the state level has followed Mr. Trump into the White House (when he was elected in November, 2016, we saw a similar Green Wave with eight of nine marijuana reform measures passed across the United States). Must be something about a Trump Presidential election that gets out the cannabis vote.

    We also saw Israel announce an imminent plan to legalize adult-use cannabis, with sales to users aged 21 and up. This is significant considering Israel’s prominent position in the cannabis industry as a science and technology provider. Its domestic policies will now track its international business policies. This is big because Israel is a United Nations Member State with nearly 9 million people in the Middle East. Stay tuned.

    The USDA awarded a grant to the National Industrial Hemp Council (NIHC) for the advancement of U.S. Hemp exports into the international market. This dovetails with the notion that the hemp industry continues to move forward, as I’d detailed in my prior article. It furthers that precise notion by seeking to expand opportunities for hemp fiber, feed, food, and CBD companies looking to break down trade barriers in markets overseas, as promoted by the NIHC.  Our law firm has been doing this for years now as a practical matter, without a government grant.  But we wish the NIHC luck and are happy to support its efforts.

    Biden’s advisors are pushing a new plan to slow global warming: a soil carbon bank for farmers. This one has fallen under the radar for many folks in the cannabis industry, but if you’ve paid attention to the great efforts around the global effort to regenerate agriculture, you’ll understand that this puts industrial hemp front and center. If you haven’t yet, it’s worth your time to watch Kiss The Ground on Netflix, which focuses on “regenerative agriculture” and explores the connection between the soil and climate change, and the many ways we as consumers can use dirt to help heal the earth. Industrial hemp fits nicely within this policy, as the plant rapidly captures carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and makes what we breathe much cleaner. In fact, for every ton of hemp produced, 1.63 tons of carbon is removed from the air. This makes hemp one of the most effective plants on the planet to capture carbon – far more effective than sequestering carbon dioxide from trees. That’s big news for the hemp industry.

    Virginia Governor Ralph Northam announced plans to legalize adult use marijuana. Even Virginia’s Attorney General weighed in, stating that, “Virginia needs to allow legal, regulated adult use of marijuana as a matter of public safety, justice, equity, and economic opportunity…” Needless to say, this represents the continued evolution at the state level of cannabis policy forming a commercial, regulated marketplace. Maybe this will prompt Washington D.C. to reconsider its policy. We now have only six U.S. states where cannabis remains outright illegal.

    On top of all of that, we saw perhaps the biggest day in recent memory for global cannabis policy advancement. As had been long anticipated, Mexico’s Senate approved a landmark cannabis legalization bill by an overwhelming vote. This unequivocally paves the way for the creation of the world’s largest legal marijuana market — if the initiative passes the next hurdle in the lower house of Congress, which it is expected to do. That will highlight the fact that our neighbors to the north and our neighbors to the south have nationally legalized this plant. You don’t think D.C. is paying attention?

    Finally, on November 19th, the Court of Justice for the European Union conclusively determined that A Member State may not prohibit the marketing of cannabidiol (CBD), which is lawfully produced in another E.U. Member State, when it is extracted from the Cannabis sativa plant in its entirety (not solely from its seeds and fiber). This decision dramatically shifts the landscape surrounding CBD (and other non-intoxicating cannabinoids derived from cannabis/hemp) in Europe, which has struggled mightily to outline a coherent policy on industrial hemp-derived cannabinoids. This presents tremendous hope for the continued development of the already-existing, but nascent global cannabis supply chain.

    2020 is not all bad. November has been a great reminder of that and given us in the cannabis industry a lot to be grateful for. Time to give thanks.

    This article was republished on CBDNewsFeed.com from the original article, Thank You, Cannabis, which was originally published on 2020-11-22 05:52:30 (based on the date that was listed on the original article at the time it was republished). We shared this article on CBDNewsFeed.com because our editorial staff believed that its context was useful and helpful to our readers. If you have any questions regarding this article, please email us at .

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    Best CBD Oils and Gummies of 2021

    Best CBD Oils and Gummies of 2021

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    CBD is increasingly popular among the general population. An astounding 64 million Americans have tried at least one CBD product. Meanwhile, 64% of seniors say that their quality of life increased after adding CBD to their diet. If you’re thinking of trying CBD, check out our list of brands offering the best CBD oils and gummies.

    Why CBD?

    CBD (cannabidiol) is one of the many cannabinoids found in the hemp plant. However, unlike THC (another hemp cannabinoid), CBD won’t get you high.

    The World Health Organization has confirmed that CBD isn’t psychoactive. It maintains that “to date, there is no evidence of public health-related problems associated with the use of pure CBD.”

    At present, hemp-derived CBD is legal at the federal level. At the state level, the question of legality is based on whether individual states classify CBD as a controlled substance. That said, CBD can have a positive impact on both humans and pets.

    According to studies, CBD can help with anxiety, insomnia, and pain. Along with its non-psychoactive properties, CBD also has very few side effects. In rare instances, it can inhibit the metabolism of medications, leading to negative side effects.

    If you’re considering CBD, it’s important to know that the FDA doesn’t regulate its use. Often, taking the right dosage may come down to trial and error. To protect yourself, be sure to consult your doctor before adding CBD to your diet. And — once you’re given the all-clear — choose products from trusted brands.

    Best CBD Oils of 2021

    First up is CBD oils. These are usually taken under the tongue and are relatively fast-acting. They come in various flavors.

    Best Overall: MedTerra Immunity+

    To deliver value, MedTerra has infused beneficial natural ingredients into each CBD product to assist you in your health goals.

    Its Immunity+ product line not only makes you feel good but can also keep you from getting sick. Ingredients like elderberry, echinacea, Vitamin C, ginger root, ashwagandha, reishi mushrooms, and lemon balm can help you combat stress and boost your body’s defenses.

    MedTerra also adds premium quality CBD to each product. Finally, MedTerra is a trusted provider due to its commitment to third-party testing and supply chain transparency.

    ProsCons
    Premium quality CBD. Immune boosting. Stress-reducing. 100% natural ingredientsHigher cost. Non-essential ingredients add little value

    Best Mid-Range: Medterra Ultra Broad Spectrum Liquid CBD Capsules

    CBD oil doesn’t have to be taken sublingually or under the tongue only. For those who can’t stomach CBD in liquid form, MedTerra offers a vegetable capsule option.

    The capsules dissolve in the body, so you don’t get that hemp aftertaste.

    All Medterra products are made in the United States and are non-GMO. In addition, these capsules don’t just make it easier for you to integrate CBD into your life.

    The 10:1 ratio of CBD to other cannabinoids also delivers a stronger entourage effect, heightening your feelings of well-being. Available in 25 or 50 mg doses, Medterra’s Ultra Broad Spectrum Liquid CDB capsules allow you to take exact amounts each time.

    Best Value: Plain Jane Natural CBD Oil

    Plain Jane sells two types of CBD oil: full-spectrum and isolate. The latter contains only two ingredients, making it one of the purest CBD oils on the market. Specifically, the 1 oz bottle contains CBD extract and MCT oil, which studies show is helpful in promoting weight loss.

    Meanwhile, the full-spectrum CBD oil leverages the entirety of the hemp plant, so you get the full range of cannabinoids and terpenes. Full-spectrum CBD oil also has less than 0.3% THC. No matter which product you choose, each full dropper contains about 66 mg of CBD oil.

    ProsCons
    Little to no taste. Affordable price. No artificial ingredientsNo variety in CBD oils

    Best CBD Gummies of 2021

    If CBD gummies are more your style or you’re looking to introduce CBD to your kids, there are some great options. These do take a bit longer to work but are often easier to handle.

    Best Overall: MedTerra CBD Gummies Keep Calm

    Many people use CBD for mood balance, mental clarity, and calm. If you’re looking to relax, these gummies can help. MedTerra combined the amino acid L-Theanine with CBD to promote intense feelings of well-being and happiness.

    These gummies also contain no high fructose corn syrup or gelatin. Each gummy has 25 mg of CBD and 50 mg of L-Theanine and is naturally flavored to taste like tropical fruit. So, you’ll get a burst of citrus flavor with every bite.

    ProsCons
    Safe alternative to prescription medication for anxiety relief.. Natural ingredients. No high fructose corn syrup. Doesn’t cause drowsinessNo CBD-only gummy option

    Best Mid-Range: Medterra CBD Gummies Sleep Tight

    Another MedTerra product, these gummies will help you get a good night’s rest. Reviewers say that they fall asleep quickly after taking them. Best of all, they wake up refreshed and experience no grogginess the next day.

    The gummies also contain natural sleep aids such as lemon balm, chamomile, and melatonin. In fact, you get 3 mg of melatonin per serving. Not only do these strawberry-flavored gummies taste great but they are also good for you. Each gummy has 25 mg of CBD. Add them to your nighttime routine for a great night’s sleep.

    ProsCons
    Added natural ingredients help promote sleep. No drowsinessNo full-spectrum version

    Best Value: Plain Jane Gummies

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    These fruit-flavored gummies are 25 mg each, the perfect dose for children who may require a calming touch. They are hemp-derived and have no THC in them. So, you don’t have to worry about anyone getting “high.” These gummies are also infused with MCT oil.

    ProsCons
    Safe to use with kids. Convenient, bite-sized gummy. No artificial ingredients. Promotes better sleepMay make you drowsy

    Other CBD Products To Try in 2021

    If you’d like to try other CBD products, MedTerra has broad-spectrum CBD oils in various flavors, CBD oil for pets, and CBD supplements. It also offers CBD tinctures, capsules, and topicals.

    Meanwhile, Plain Jane offers CBD vapes, edibles, and topicals. No matter which brand you choose, you’ll get diverse choices in CBD products.

    This article was republished on CBDNewsFeed.com from the original article, Best CBD Oils and Gummies of 2021, which was originally published on 2020-11-18 19:45:00 (based on the date that was listed on the original article at the time it was republished). We shared this article on CBDNewsFeed.com because our editorial staff believed that its context was useful and helpful to our readers. If you have any questions regarding this article, please email us at .

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    IHF LLC Adds New Terpenes to Their Online Store – Press Release

    IHF LLC Adds New Terpenes to Their Online Store - Press Release

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    As the Colorado operations continue to expand its scope and product lines, terpenes are among the areas where new products offer exciting options for customers

    COLORADO SPRINGS, CO / ACCESSWIRE / November 15, 2020 / IHF LLC is pleased to announce that they have expanded their online store products to include new terpenes. A number of the new terpenes are released in bulk. They have been optimized to be suitable for any formula. The terpenes are in liquid isolate format so that customers are able to create their own strain profiles. The quality of the terpenes offered by Industrial Hemp Farms is undisputed. The company provides the best quality products without raising the price to unaffordable levels.

    In the form offered by IHF, users can spray terpenes directly on to hemp flowers, on cannabis, or can add them into concentrates for enhanced flavor and aroma. Currently, the list of liquid terpenes which are available in bulk includes Myrcene, Linalool, Limonene, Humulene, B-Pinene, Caryophyllene, A-Pinene, and Terpinolene. While there are more than two hundred terpenes in the cannabis plant, the number which forms the central part of those produced for the marketplace is relatively small.

    The website contains further information about the available products. Customers are invited to try out the various products to see which ones are preferred for their flavor, aroma, and traits. The new offerings are available in sizes and formats which are convenient for customers to use.

    More information is available at https://industrialhempfarms.com/buy-terpenes/

    Terpenes are also known as terpenoids. They are natural hydrocarbons which are part of the hemp and cannabis plant oils. Their role, as volatile chemicals, is to exude a variety of strong aromas. Anyone familiar with the cannabis plant understands that terpenes’ purpose is to work synergistically with the cannabinoids, which are the chemical compounds that make up the cannabis plant. One of these cannabinoids is cannabidiol or CBD. When the combination is produced, the terpenes each have an outstanding effect. Each of the noted terpenes has unique fragrances and has particular traits.

    ABOUT:

    Industrial Hemp Farms is a licensed and certified Colorado-based hemp farming and wholesale firm. The company offers wholesale operations for CBD hemp biomass, CBD Distillate, cannabinoids, which are produced at the extraction facility, and a range of clone and seed cultivars.

    Contact Info:
    Company: IHF Online LLC Corporate Headquarters
    Address: 2810 N Nevada Ave, Colorado Springs CO 80907
    Phone: (855) 806-4367
    Email: sales@industrialhempfarms.com

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    Town Council Talks Dog Park, CBD – Winthrop Transcript

    Town Council Talks Dog Park, CBD – Winthrop Transcript

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    While COVID was at the forefront of everyone’s minds at Tuesday’s meeting of Town Council, councilors also discussed a number of other issues impacting the community, including a new dog park, the Center Business District project, and new tennis courts.

    Election Day

    A member of the public wrote in to thank the town clerk’s office for realizing a flawless election on Nov. 3. Council President Phil Boncore publicly thanked Town Clerk Joanne DeMato.

    “She was short-handed, but her staff did a fantastic job,” he said. “Winthrop had its results by 11pm on election day, even while the rest of the country waited days.”

    Dog Park

    Winthrop is about to get a much needed dog park, with help from the Winthrop Foundation. The Dog Park Finance Committee has been looking at potential sites for years, and finally settled on a site on Veterans Road. The cost to build the park will be $125,000, of which the Winthrop Foundation is contributing $100,000. This means the town only has to come up with the remaining $25,000. Council voted unanimously to approve the funding.

    Center Business District

    Work continues on the Center Business District (CBD) project. Currently the project is on schedule and is expected to wrap up for the 2020 season on Dec. 15. The water and sewer mains have been installed, and drainage is now being completed. Starting in the spring, surface-level changes like sidewalks will be finalized. Department of Public Works Director Steve Calla said he hopes the project will be fully finished by the end of 2021.

    Tennis Courts

    The School Building Assistance Committee and the Miller Field Committee held a joint meeting to discuss the future of the Winthrop High School tennis courts. The courts are used primarily by the schools, but are also open to the public. A $1.5 million project will include replacing the existing four courts with brand new ones, as well as improving the sidewalks and parking in the area. Parking will be increased from 41 to 47 spots. Council Vice President James Letterie said that the facility will be “state of the art” with “increased accessibility and safety.” Demolition and construction is slated for the beginning of next year, to be finished by the end of the summer. In the meantime, teams will practice at the Ingleside Park tennis courts.

    Public Safety Building

    The Finance Committee and the Capital Assets Committee held a joint meeting to discuss the creation of a possible public safety building, which would house both the Winthrop Fire Department and the Winthrop Police Department. A slideshow was presented to demonstrate the conceptual design options currently being considered (see forthcoming article.)

    School Department

    The School Department met on Monday, Nov. 9, where it discussed a transition from remote learning to hybrid learning as early as Dec. 7. The decision would be made at the recommendation of the Winthrop Board of Health pending a feasibility study. In order to revert to in-person learning, a community has to be in the Yellow Zone for three consecutive weeks. Council President Boncore shared that he is not a fan of the hybrid learning plan, preferring a method that is either fully remote or fully in-person.

    Announcements

    Town Manager Austin Faison will be presenting his annual Fall Forum at the next council meeting on Nov. 24.

    The Commissions for Diversity, Inclusion and Community Relations will meet on Monday, Nov. 16, at 6pm.

    There are currently openings on the Board of Health and Citizens Finance Advisory committee.

    This article was republished on CBDNewsFeed.com from the original article, Town Council Talks Dog Park, CBD – Winthrop Transcript, which was originally published on 2020-11-11 20:07:30 (based on the date that was listed on the original article at the time it was republished). We shared this article on CBDNewsFeed.com because our editorial staff believed that its context was useful and helpful to our readers. If you have any questions regarding this article, please email us at .

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    Cannabidiol Gummies Market to Make Great Impact in near Future by 2027 – TechnoWeekly

    Cannabidiol Gummies Market to Make Great Impact in near Future by 2027 – TechnoWeekly

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    CMR recently released a research report on the Cannabidiol Gummies market analysis, which studies the Cannabidiol Gummies industry coverage, current market competitive status, and market outlook and forecast by 2025.

    Cannabidiol Gummies Market 2020-2025″ Research Report categorizes the Cannabidiol Gummies market by key players, product type, applications and regions, etc. The report also covers the latest industry data, key player’s analysis, market share, growth rate, opportunities and trends, investment strategy for your reference in analyzing the Cannabidiol Gummies market.

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    According to this latest study, the 2020 growth of Cannabidiol Gummies will have significant change from the previous year. By the most conservative estimates of Cannabidiol Gummies market size (most likely outcome) will be a year-over-year revenue growth rate of XX% in 2020, from US$ xx million in 2019. We give this scenario a XX% probability, where under the scenario the supply chain will start to recover and quarantines and travel bans will ease, over the Q2. Longer-term, the effect of COVID-19 will be felt throughout the year with some degree of harm done by the virus. Over the next five years the Cannabidiol Gummies market will register a XX% CAGR in terms of revenue, the global market size will reach US$ xx million by 2025.

    Many companies are operating in the market and conduct their businesses through joint ventures, which benefit the overall market. The Key Players Analysis for the industry is presented in this report.

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    What Research Tells Us About CBD Effectiveness And Safety

    What Research Tells Us About CBD Effectiveness And Safety

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    What Research Tells Us About CBD Effectiveness And Safety

    The American CBD market is projected to grow 107% every year through 2023, according to Financial News Media. CBD, or cannabidiol, is the second most abundant active ingredient of cannabis. It is extracted from cannabis hemp, and while it does not cause a high, it can provide excellent health benefits. Neural and mental health are particularly benefited by CBD, much like cannabis itself. But is CBD really effective and safe for long-term use? Here’s what you should know.

    How Safe Is Cannabidiol? 

    CBD is widely considered to cause no considerable harm to the body. However, It still has noticeable side effects. The primary side effects recognized by the FDA can range from discomfort and irritability to things as significant as fatigue and nausea. CBD has also been reported to interfere with the metabolism of warfarin, an anticoagulant commonly used by the elderly, according to research conducted for the University of Alabama at Birmingham.


    Health Benefits of 
    Cannabidiol

    The health benefits of CBD can outweigh its downsides. In fact, It has been shown to be effective in fighting epilepsy. It has worked well against intense variants such as Lennox-Gastaut syndrome and Dravet syndrome, according to the 2019 American Academy of Neurology Annual Meeting proves this. These forms of epilepsy have excessively harsh effects and traditional medication is usually ineffective against them.

    Several studies have also pointed to CBD’s effectiveness against other seizure-causing illnesses. This has become apparent enough that the FDA recently approved the first commercially available medicine derived from cannabis, which has Cannabidiol as its main ingredient. Aside from treating seizures, CBD also works as a topical anti-inflammatory painkiller. Potent CBD oil brands have shown promising results in treating neuropathic pains such as phantom pains, which are difficult to medicate.

    What CBD Can And Can’t Do

    While CBD has a powerful effect on seizures, neuropathy, and even behavioral disorders, it is not a cure-all as some manufacturers may claim. Some CBD stores have openly touted it to have cancer-curing properties. This has led to much scrutiny in the eyes of the public and the government. Further research is needed to discover further applications of CBD in illnesses such as insomnia, chronic pain, anxiety, and depression.

    What we do know right now is that the biggest dangers of using CBD are complications that may arise from its interactions with other drugs. If you intend to use CBD, be sure to discuss this with your physician first.

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    Review Tommy Chong’s Good Vibes Protocol

    Review Tommy Chong's Good Vibes Protocol

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    Tommy Chong’s Good Vibes Protocol is a package of two CBD formulas, including Good Vibes and Nice Dreams.

    As part of a new 2020 promotion, Tommy Chong’s team has packaged its two most popular CBD products into a single package at a discount rate.

    A sales page for Good Vibes Protocol specifically addresses Tommy Chong’s cancer diagnosis and how wed oil helped. Tommy Chong was famously diagnosed with prostate cancer, and he claims to have used CBD “to get back to feeling healthy again.”

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    Does Tommy Chong’s Good Vibes Protocol really work? How does Tommy Chong’s Good Vibes Protocol work? Find out everything you need to know about the package of CBD products today in our review.

    What is Tommy Chong’s Good Vibes Protocol?

    Tommy Chong’s Good Vibes Protocol is a package containing two CBD products from Tommy Chong’s CBD brand, Nano CBD, including:

    • Good Vibes: A natural energy blend infused with Nano CBD.
    • Nice Dreams: A Natural sleep support formula with Nano CBD.

    The package is priced at $60, and you receive one bottle of each CBD compound in each package. You can drop the price as low as $40 per package by ordering 12 bottles at once.

    Tommy Chong is an 82-year old American-Canadian actor, comedian, and cannabis rights activist. In recent years, Tommy Chong has launched his own cannabis and CBD brands. You can discover Tommy Chong’s CBD at GetChongCBD.com, while his full lineup of cannabis products is available through TommyChong.com.

    As part of a 2020 promotional campaign, Tommy Chong and his team are marketing the Good Vibes Protocol as a way to support cancer treatment.

    Tommy Chong was diagnosed with prostate cancer, then used cannabis oil to help him feel better. Tommy Chong does not advertise Good Vibes Protocol as a cure for cancer, although he personally believes cannabis had a huge impact on his recovery from prostate cancer.

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    The Story Behind Tommy Chong’s Good Vibes Protocol

    As part of a new marketing campaign, Tommy Chong and his team are marketing Good Vibes Protocol online as a way to support cancer treatment.

    On the new advertorial sales page, Tommy Chong describes how “cancer saved my life” by leading him towards cannabis oil and CBD.

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    When Tommy Chong started to treat his cancer with CBD, he felt 20 years younger. He no longer ached. He was back to playing his guitar every day. He even appeared on Dancing With the Stars at 81 years old.

    Tommy Chong credits CBD for helping his recovery.

    However, Chong claims that “99% of the CBD products available today just don’t work as advertised.” Many companies are capitalizing on the hype of CBD without creating useful products.

    That’s why Chong decided to launch his own CBD product company. Tommy teamed up with a man named Dr. Clark who runs a research lab in Utah.

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    Chong and Dr. Clark teamed up to create the “nano delivery” solution, which allows your body to more easily absorb cannabidiol (CBD). Both of the products in the Good Vibes Protocol package use Nano CBD to enhance absorption.

    How Does Nano CBD Work?

    The main selling feature between Good Vibes Protocol and other CBD products is the Nano CBD formula. Dr. Clark and Tommy Chong purportedly teamed up to create this Nano CBD formula.

    Some of the key features of Nano CBD include:

    Ordinary CBD oil gets lost or destroyed in your liver. You might take a high dose of CBD with another CBD oil product, but a significant amount of that formula could get lost in the liver.

    Dr. Clark and Chong surround the CBD oil with an oil molecule to create a liposome. A liposome is a small molecule wrapped in a layer of fatty oil.

    By wrapping the molecule in a layer of fatty oil, Nano CBD enhances absorption. Your liver still tries to break down the formula, although the fatty layer protects the CBD inside. The small particles bypass the liver and enter your bloodstream.

    As a comparison, Chong suggests passing a basketball through a chain link fence. You can’t do it. But by breaking the molecules down into smaller parts, you can easily pass them through a fence.

    To make a long story short, Chong and Dr. Clark claim to have created CBD oil with the highest possible amount of absorption. They packaged this Nano CBD into both of the CBD products in the Good Vibes Protocol.

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    Nano CBD is a full spectrum hemp extract blended with hemp seed oil. The company tests its products in a third party lab, and every drop is guaranteed to be potent, pure, and safe.

    Good Vibes Protocol CBD Products

    The Good Vibes Protocol consists of two CBD products, including one CBD oil to energize you and another to help you fall asleep.

    We’ll break down each product below and how it works.

    Tommy Chong’s Good Vibes Energy Tincture

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    Described as an “energy tincture,” Tommy Chong’s Good Vibes aims to help you feel energized, calm, and focused all day with no jitters or crash – just good vibes. Each formula contains 1 oz or 30mL of liquid formula with 100mg of total CBD.

    The formula contains more than just CBD. To energize you more, Good Vibes also contains taurine and vitamin B6, both of which are linked with energy production.

    At Tommy Chong’s official CBD website, Good Vibes is priced at $60 per bottle. When purchased through the Good Vibes Protocol package, you pay $60 for both Good Vibes and Nice Dreams.

    Tommy Chong’s Nice Dreams Sleep Tincture

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    Nice Dreams is a nighttime CBD oil formulated to give you a deeper, more restorative sleep without harsh chemicals or pharmaceuticals.

    By enhancing sleep, Nice Dreams claims to also indirectly impact appetite, energy, mental clarity, mood, digestion, metabolism, pain, libido, brain health, and other factors.

    And, like Good Vibes, Nice Dreams contains additional ingredients beyond CBD. The formula contains melatonin, GABA, and cordyceps sinensis, for example, all of which are linked with relaxation and calmness.

    Like Good Vibes, Nice Dreams has 100mg of CBD in each bottle, with each bottle containing 1oz / 30mL of liquid formula. The formula is priced at $60 per bottle when ordered online.

    Tommy Chong’s Good Vibes Protocol Pricing

    Good Vibes Protocol is priced at $60 per package, with each package containing 2 bottles (1 each of Good Vibes and Nice Dreams). However, you can save more money by ordering multiple packages at once.

    Here’s how pricing breaks down on the official website:

    • 1 Month Supply: $59
    • 3 Month Supply: $135
    • 6 Month Supply: $234

    All prices include shipping to the United States.

    Each bottle is advertised as a one month supply (30 servings). There’s 100mg of CBD and 30mL of formula in each bottle. So if you take a single 1mL drop per day, then each bottle will last for 1 month, delivering 3.33mg of CBD per serving.

    Good Vibes Protocol Refund Policy

    Good Vibes Protocol comes with a lifetime moneyback guarantee – something we don’t typically see in the nutritional supplement or CBD space.

    You can request a complete refund on your purchase at any time. Just ship back the bottles (even if they’re empty), and you will receive a complete refund.

    Does Good Vibes Protocol Help with Cancer?

    The new sales page for Good Vibes Protocol discusses cancer, including Tommy Chong’s experience with using CBD and weed oil for his prostate cancer.

    The sales page is careful to state that it does not advertise Good Vibes Protocol as a cure, treatment, or preventative measure for cancer.

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    However, Chong claims he felt better than ever after using Rick Simpson’s weed oil, an early version of CBD oil that contained a highly-concentrated version of CBD long before CBD became popular:

    “Because when I started treating my cancer, with the help of an all-natural solution I’m going to share with you, it was like someone rolled back the clock!”

    After feeling better with that CBD oil, Chong claims he “became a cannabis evangelist” overnight. He experienced significant improvements in symptoms. He had more energy, fewer aches and pains, and better mobility, among other benefits.

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    Chong doesn’t just claim CBD helped his cancer: he claims a lack of weed actually caused his cancer.

    Chong spent 9 months in prison in 2003 for drug-related offenses (he sold decorative bongs over the internet). In 2003, he stopped smoking pot in preparation for prison. He noticed immediate symptoms. His energy disappeared. He struggled to get a good night’s sleep. He felt older than ever.

    “I kept feeling worse and worse…Like I was aging in fast-forward.”

    To make a long story short, Chong started using Rick Simpson’s CBD oil and felt better:

    “My energy surged to all new heights…In addition to my cancer treatments, I was writing a book and a screenplay and doing media appearances…I suddenly was working more at 74 than I had at 64 or even 54…I felt invincible.”

    Chong also claims the weed oil helped with his appetite and other symptoms:

    “My appetite was back (normally a BIG problem with cancer treatments) and I swear I actually got STRONGER…I had to increase the weights I was using in my home gym for the first time in YEARS…I had only picked cannabis back up again to help deal with the cancer treatments, but suddenly I felt like maybe it had given my whole body a boost…”

    Clearly, Tommy Chong credits weed oil for helping with his cancer. Today, he sells his Good Vibes Protocol CBD oil products online to people looking for similar benefits – although the company does not seem to advertise Good Vibes Protocol as a cure, treatment, or preventative measure for cancer.

    About Tommy Chong’s CBD

    Tommy Chong’s CBD is a health and wellness company headquartered in Holladay, Utah. The company offers a small number of CBD products, including Good Vibes, Nice Dreams, CBD Oil, Muscle & Joint Balm, and others.

    Review Tommy Chong's Good Vibes Protocol | CBDNewsFeed

    You can contact the company via the following:

    Email: support@getchongCBD.com

    Phone: 833-667-3223

    Mailing Address: 2180 E 4500 S Holladay, UT 84117

    Final Word

    Tommy Chong’s Good Vibes Protocol is a package of two CBD products, including Good Vibes (for energy) and Nice Dreams (for sleep and relaxation).

    Priced at $60 for a package with both formulas, Good Vibes Protocol claims to use a highly-bioavailable form of cannabidiol (CBD) called Nano CBD. This CBD is wrapped in a fat molecule, making it easier for your body to absorb.

    To learn more about Tommy Chong’s Good Vibes Protocol and how it works, visit online today at TommyChongsHemp.com.

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    Cannabidiol (CBD) Market Size, Forecasts, Emerging Trends, Research Report 2026| Kazmira, CW Hemp/CW Botanicals, Freedom Leaf, Green Road

    Cannabidiol (CBD) Market Size, Forecasts, Emerging Trends, Research Report 2026| Kazmira, CW Hemp/CW Botanicals, Freedom Leaf, Green Road

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    LOS ANGELES, United States: The global Cannabidiol (CBD) market is carefully analyzed in the report with large focus on market dynamics including key issues and challenges, drivers, trends, and opportunities. The report provides deep analysis of important market participants to help understand the use of leading strategies adopted in the global Cannabidiol (CBD) market. It also sheds light on the industrial value chain and its expected changes during the course of the forecast period. The analysts have offered comprehensive and accurate research on prices, sales, and costs observed in the global Cannabidiol (CBD) market and how they are expected to change in the coming years. The Cannabidiol (CBD) research study has been prepared with the help of latest primary and secondary research methodologies.

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    Key Players Mentioned in the Global Cannabidiol (CBD) Market Research Report: Kazmira, CW Hemp/CW Botanicals, Freedom Leaf, Green Road, Medical Marijuana, Folium Biosciences, HempLife Today, Cannavest, Pharmahemp, ENDOCA, CBD American Shaman, NuLeaf Naturals, Select Oil, K.I.N.D. Concentrates, Canopy Growth Corporation, Aphria, Emblem Cannabis Oils, Whistler, The Lab, Absolute Terps

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    Each segment of the global Cannabidiol (CBD) market has been elaborately discussed in the report while mainly concentrating on market share, revenue, volume, future growth projections, and other critical factors. The segmental analysis will help players to become aware of untapped revenue pockets and explore new opportunities available in the global Cannabidiol (CBD) market. Similarly, the report discusses about important regional markets, including North America, Asia Pacific, Europe, Latin America, and the MEA. Here, the regions are exhaustively analyzed to show how they are growing in the global Cannabidiol (CBD) market. Furthermore, the report provides growth and CAGR forecasts of regional markets for all the years of the forecast period.

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    • 1 Cannabidiol (CBD) Market Overview
      1 Cannabidiol (CBD) Product Overview
      1.2 Cannabidiol (CBD) Market Segment by Type
      1.3 Global Cannabidiol (CBD) Market Size by Type
      1.3.1 Global Cannabidiol (CBD) Sales and Growth by Type
      1.3.2 Global Cannabidiol (CBD) Sales and Market Share by Type (2015-2020)
      1.3.3 Global Cannabidiol (CBD) Revenue and Market Share by Type (2015-2020)
      1.3.4 Global Cannabidiol (CBD) Price by Type (2015-2020)
    • 2 Global Cannabidiol (CBD) Market Competition by Company
      1 Global Cannabidiol (CBD) Sales and Market Share by Company (2015-2020)
      2.2 Global Cannabidiol (CBD) Revenue and Share by Company (2015-2020)
      2.3 Global Cannabidiol (CBD) Price by Company (2015-2020)
      2.4 Global Top Players Cannabidiol (CBD) Manufacturing Base Distribution, Sales Area, Product Types
      2.5 Cannabidiol (CBD) Market Competitive Situation and Trends
      2.5.1 Cannabidiol (CBD) Market Concentration Rate
      2.5.2 Global Cannabidiol (CBD) Market Share of Top 5 and Top 10 Players
      2.5.3 Mergers & Acquisitions, Expansion
    • 3 Cannabidiol (CBD) Company Profiles and Sales Data
      1 China Shipping Container Lines
      3.1.1 Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base and Competitors
      3.1.2 Cannabidiol (CBD) Product Category, Application and Specification
      3.1.3 China Shipping Container Lines Cannabidiol (CBD) Sales, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin(2015-2020)
      3.1.4 Main Business Overview
      3.2 HANJIN
      3.2.1 Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base and Competitors
      3.2.2 Cannabidiol (CBD) Product Category, Application and Specification
      3.2.3 HANJIN Cannabidiol (CBD) Sales, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin(2015-2020)
      3.2.4 Main Business Overview
      3.3 China Ocean Shipping
      3.3.1 Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base and Competitors
      3.3.2 Cannabidiol (CBD) Product Category, Application and Specification
      3.3.3 China Ocean Shipping Cannabidiol (CBD) Sales, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin(2015-2020)
      3.3.4 Main Business Overview
      3.4 HAPAG-LLOYD
      3.4.1 Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base and Competitors
      3.4.2 Cannabidiol (CBD) Product Category, Application and Specification
      3.4.3 HAPAG-LLOYD Cannabidiol (CBD) Sales, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin(2015-2020)
      3.4.4 Main Business Overview
      3.5 Mediterranean Shipping
      3.5.1 Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base and Competitors
      3.5.2 Cannabidiol (CBD) Product Category, Application and Specification
      3.5.3 Mediterranean Shipping Cannabidiol (CBD) Sales, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin(2015-2020)
      3.5.4 Main Business Overview
      3.6 MAERSK
      3.6.1 Company Basic Information, Manufacturing Base and Competitors
      3.6.2 Cannabidiol (CBD) Product Category, Application and Specification
      3.6.3 MAERSK Cannabidiol (CBD) Sales, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin(2015-2020)
      3.6.4 Main Business Overview
    • 4 Cannabidiol (CBD) Market Status and Outlook by Regions
      1 Global Market Status and Outlook by Regions
      4.1.1 Global Cannabidiol (CBD) Market Size and CAGR by Regions
      4.1.2 North America
      4.1.3 Asia-Pacific
      4.1.4 Europe
      4.1.5 South America
      4.1.6 Middle East and Africa
      4.2 Global Cannabidiol (CBD) Sales and Revenue by Regions
      4.2.1 Global Cannabidiol (CBD) Sales and Market Share by Regions (2015-2020)
      4.2.2 Global Cannabidiol (CBD) Revenue and Market Share by Regions (2015-2020)
      4.2.3 Global Cannabidiol (CBD) Sales, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
      4.3 North America Cannabidiol (CBD) Sales, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin
      4.3.1 United States
      4.3.2 Canada
      4.3.3 Mexico
      4.4 Europe Cannabidiol (CBD) Sales, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin
      4.4.1 Germany
      4.4.2 UK
      4.4.3 France
      4.4.4 Italy
      4.4.5 Russia
      4.4.6 Turkey
      4.5 Asia-Pacific Cannabidiol (CBD) Sales, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin
      4.5.1 China
      4.5.2 Japan
      4.5.3 Korea
      4.5.4 Southeast Asia
      4.5.4.1 Indonesia
      4.5.4.2 Thailand
      4.5.4.3 Malaysia
      4.5.4.4 Philippines
      4.5.4.5 Vietnam
      4.5.5 India
      4.5.6 Australia
      4.6 South America Cannabidiol (CBD) Sales, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin
      4.6.1 Brazil
      4.7 Middle East and Africa Cannabidiol (CBD) Sales, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin
      4.7.1 Egypt
      4.7.2 GCC Countries
    • 5 Cannabidiol (CBD) Application/End Users
      1 Cannabidiol (CBD) Segment by Application
      5.1.1 Industrial
      5.1.2 Agricultural
      5.1.3 Automotive
      5.1.4 Others
      5.2 Global Cannabidiol (CBD) Product Segment by Application
      5.2.1 Global Cannabidiol (CBD) Sales by Application
      5.2.2 Global Cannabidiol (CBD) Sales and Market Share by Application (2015-2020)
    • 6 Global Cannabidiol (CBD) Market Forecast
      1 Global Cannabidiol (CBD) Sales, Revenue Forecast (2020-2026)
      6.1.1 Global Cannabidiol (CBD) Sales and Growth Rate Forecast (2020-2026)
      6.1.1 Global Cannabidiol (CBD) Revenue and Growth Rate Forecast (2020-2026)
      6.2 Global Cannabidiol (CBD) Forecast by Regions
      6.2.1 North America Cannabidiol (CBD) Sales and Revenue Forecast (2020-2026)
      6.2.2 Europe Cannabidiol (CBD) Sales and Revenue Forecast (2020-2026)
      6.2.3 Asia-Pacific Cannabidiol (CBD) Sales and Revenue Forecast (2020-2026)
      6.2.3.1 China
      6.2.3.2 Japan
      6.2.3.3 Korea
      6.2.3.4 Southeast Asia
      6.2.3.5 India
      6.2.3.6 Australia
      6.2.4 South America Cannabidiol (CBD) Sales and Revenue Forecast (2020-2026)
      6.2.5 Middle East and Africa Cannabidiol (CBD) Sales and Revenue Forecast (2020-2026)
      6.2.5.1 Egypt
      6.2.5.2 GCC Countries
      6.3 Cannabidiol (CBD)  Forecast by Type
      6.3.1 Global Cannabidiol (CBD)  Sales and Revenue Forecast by Type (2020-2026)
      6.3.2 20 Foot (6.09 M) Gowth Forecast
      6.3.3 40 Foot (12.18 M) Gowth Forecast
      6.4 Cannabidiol (CBD)  Forecast by Application
      6.4.1 Global Cannabidiol (CBD) Sales Forecast by Application (2020-2026)
      6.4.2 Global Cannabidiol (CBD) Forecast in Industrial
      6.4.3 Global Cannabidiol (CBD) Forecast in Agricultural
    • 7 Cannabidiol (CBD) Upstream Raw Materials
      1 Cannabidiol (CBD) Key Raw Materials
      7.1.1 Key Raw Materials
      7.1.2 Key Raw Materials Price
      7.1.3 Raw Materials Key Suppliers
      7.2 Manufacturing Cost Structure
      7.2.1 Raw Materials
      7.2.2 Labor Cost
      7.2.3 Manufacturing Expenses
      7.3 Cannabidiol (CBD) Industrial Chain Analysis
    • 8 Marketing Strategy Analysis, Distributors
      1 Marketing Channel
      8.1.1 Direct Marketing
      8.1.2 Indirect Marketing
      8.1.3 Marketing Channel Development Trend
      8.2 Distributors
      8.3 Downstream Customers
    • 9 Research Findings and Conclusion
    • Appendix
      Methodology/Research Approach
      Research Programs/Design
      Market Size Estimation
      Market Breakdown and Data Triangulation
      Data Source
      Secondary Sources
      Primary Sources
      Disclaimer

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    What is the Terpene Humulene?

    Humulene is the star of our Weight Loss formula.   In addition to being an appetite suppressant, it also has potent anti-inflammatory properties.  Humulene (also known as or α–caryophyllene) was first found in the essential oils of humulus lupulus (or common hops), a species of plant in the hemp family that gives beer its distinctive bitter “hoppy” taste. Elsewhere, its aroma is subtle: earthy and woody, with spicy, herbal notes. You’ll also find humulene in coriander, basil, clove, black pepper, sage, and the balsam fir tree. 

    Humulene does it all, but works best against bacteria, inflammation, and tumors. Unlike most Cannabis strains, humulene-rich cannabis is also anorectic, meaning it suppresses hunger.

    Humulene has been widely studied for its numerous therapeutic benefits. It has been traditionally been used in folk medicines for its anti-bacterial properties, but it was only in 2006 that it was formally studied and found to fight Staphyloccocus aureus infections effectively.

    Humulene’s anti-inflammatory properties, in particular, are so strong that the terpene has been compared to the steroid dexamethasone, which is listed as one of the WHO’s most essential medicines.

    As an additional benefit, there is also evidence that humulene has the rare ability to produce Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS), which may cause apoptosis, or cancer cell death. Research has found that humulene is able to inhibit human tumor cell growth by 50-69% on its own, and is even more effective (75-90%) with the addition of beta-caryophyllene (an example of the synergy between terpenes, known as the Entourage Effect).

    What is the Terpene Caryophylene?

    Caryophyllene (or β-Caryophyllene) is a common and often abundant terpene found in cannabis strains. Its distinctive flavor contributes to the spiciness of black pepper and can be found in high amounts in cloves, hops, and rosemary.

    It has the distinction of being the first known “dietary cannabinoid” with GRAS (Generally Recognized as Safe) status and having approval by the FDA for food use.  

    Caryophyllene-rich cannabis strains may have specific medicinal effects due to this terpene’s effect on our body’s endocannabinoid system (ECS).  The ECS helps the body regulate many functions, and contains receptors throughout the body to help it do this.  The two receptors we know about are CB1 which is in the central nervous system (brain and nerves of the spinal cord), and CB2 which is in the peripheral nervous system (nerves in your extremities), the digestive system, and specialized cells in the immune system.  Cannabinoids like CBD and THC found in cannabis plants are known to activate these cannabinoid receptors.  Over the last decade, caryophyllene has gained the attention of scientists when it was discovered to be one of the first non-cannabinoids to directly activate cannabinoid receptors. 

    β-Caryophyllene was one of the first cannabis-derived compounds other than THC, CBD, and CBN shown to bind directly to endocannabinoid receptors. In fact, it was one of the first cannabis-derived compounds with a fundamentally different structure from the classical cannabinoids that interacts with the ECS. β-Caryophyllene is known to selectively bind to the ECS’s CB2 receptor; therefore, it is sometimes also classed as an atypical cannabinoid. The CB1 receptor is responsible for the psychoactive effects associated with certain cannabinoids such as THC. However, CB2, particularly in peripheral tissues in the body, is a therapeutic target for treatment of inflammation, pain, atherosclerosis, and osteoporosis

    CB2 receptors are found in immune tissues throughout the body and are increased in the brain in disease or following injury. Their activation reduces inflammation, which lessens pain and reduces the damaging consequences that chronic inflammation has on brain function and risk for developing brain diseases.

    The data suggest that, in many cases, caryophyllene can provide pain relief. In one study, scientists injected mice with caryophyllene and found that they experienced less pain than those treated with the control solution. Furthermore, caryophyllene enhanced the pain-reducing strength of low-dose morphine. This could be one reason why those using prescription opioids from pain are often able to decrease their dose of opioids when they begin using medical cannabis.

    There are numerous inflammatory diseases that affect the digestive tract. Colitis is one such disease where inflammation of the intestines causes pain, diarrhea, abdominal cramping, and even increases risk for cancer. In mice that were experimentally given colitis, treatment with caryophyllene helped by decreasing inflammation in the colon.

    The activation of CB2 receptors by caryophyllene certainly plays a role in its anti-pain effects, but it also contributes to its ability to protect the body and brain from disease. For instance, brain inflammation plays a substantial role in the onset and progression of Alzheimer’s disease. In a mouse model of Alzheimer’s disease, caryophyllene activated CB2 and PPAR-γ receptors and reduced hallmark features of Alzheimer’s such as the accumulation of brain plaques. These actions also protect against the cognitive decline that characterizes this model of disease.

    Additionally, β-Caryophyllene has now been shown to be beneficial for osteoarthritis, diabetes, anxiety and depression, and liver fibrosis. In cancer studies, β-caryophyllene demonstrated synergy with the chemotherapy drug Paclitaxel on human tumor cell lines, and alone it stimulates apoptosis and suppresses tumor growth. In a Caenorhabditis elegans model, β-caryophyllene modulated stress-related genes and extended the lifespan of the organism. Importantly, it has been shown to be orally bioavailable; therefore, it would provide an important medicinal benefit to oral cannabis preparations.

    What is the Terpene Trans-Nerolidol?

    Trans-nerolidol, one of the powerhouses in our CALM formula, is one of the 200+ volatile aromatic compounds called terpenes that create the unique flavors and aromas of plants and different cannabis strains. Each terpene also has unique therapeutic properties. Trans-nerolidol has a woody, fruity, citrus aroma reminiscent of citrus, apples and roses.  Many botanicals contain high levels of trans-nerolidol, including lemongrass, jasmine, tea tree, ginger and neroli (an essential oil distilled from bitter orange flowers).  

    Trans-nerolidol produces potent cognitive effects and has been traditionally used for its relaxing, slightly sedative effects. Additionally, researchers suspect this terpene may ease anxiety without altering motor skills.  A 2016 study published in the Indian Journal of Pharmacology examined the effects of trans-nerolidol on oxidative stress in neuronal cells. The mice exposed to this terpene displayed high levels of sedation and showed lower levels of stress. 

    In addition to its anti-anxiety properties, nerolidol calms with slight sedative effects.  Widespread anecdotal evidence supports this, along with a 2013 study published in the journal Neurochemical Research revealed that nerolidol appeared to have both a sedative and antioxidant effect on rodent test subjects.

    Not only does this powerful terpene assist with stress and anxiety, nerolidol has also been shown to be an antioxidant, antibacterial, antimicrobial, and antibiotic, it has even arrested the growth of cancer cells in some studies

    What is the Terpene Linalool?

    Linalool is not specific to cannabis. Its characteristic lavender scent with a hint of spiciness is common to over 200 types of plants, including mint, cinnamon and coriander. So many plants produce linalool most likely for its protective anti-microbial properties.  These also represent a potential therapeutic use in people. Whether it was used as an early antibiotic is unknown, but linalool has been used in traditional medicine practices for its sedative and anti-epileptic properties since ancient times.

    Modern day studies show this amazing terpene may have sedative properties, lower anxiety and depression symptoms, help to guard the immune system against damage from stress, and have pain relieving properties . Particularly important for sleep: Linalool has been shown to  increase adenosine, a sedating hormone that helps us fall asleep. Adnosine is an inhibitory brain chemical that is notably blocked by caffeine.  

    Studies indicate that linalool’s behavioral effects may largely be mediated by its effects in the brain. One way is through blocking the receptors for the primary excitatory brain chemical, glutamate, which could account for linalool’s potentially anti-epileptic properties in some forms of epilepsy. This terpene also has the ability to enhance the effect of other sedatives, such as pentobarbital.

    Linalool may also be muscle-relaxing and have pain-relieving effects through additional distinctive mechanisms. For instance, linalool reduces the signaling strength of acetylcholine, a brain chemical that’s required for muscle contraction and movement. Linalool can have anesthetic-like effects by reducing the excitability of cells in the spinal cord that transmit pain signals to the brain.

    Additionally, a recent study looked at how inhalation aromatherapy helped elderly volunteers with insomnia. The researchers discovered that the act of sniffing lavender oil before bed increased sleep quality. It also increased energy levels in the morning after. Of course, lavender contains a lot of linalool.

    In more  scientific studies, Mice exposed to linalool vapors show reduced levels of anxiety and lower depression-like behaviors. In these tests, mice exposed to linalool vapors spend more time in fear-inducing environments, and they’ll continue to work to escape a seemingly hopeless situation. It’s not exactly like testing anxiety and depression in the clinic, but in these well-validated measures, linalool appears to help.  Reduction in anxiety levels is crucial to sleep.  

    Linalool also makes the immune system more resilient to the destructive effects of stress. Stress causes a shift in the distribution of white blood cells in the body (i.e., the cells of the immune system); the percent of lymphocytes decrease, and neutrophils increase. In rats, linalool prevented this shift, and in doing so, prevented the stress-induced changes in how the rats’ DNA was expressed. Interestingly, the authors reasoned that this protection was mediated by linalool’s ability to activate the body’s parasympathetic response, which is activated when the body is resting and digesting food, thereby fitting with linalool’s anti-anxiety effects.

    Some of linalool’s pain-relieving abilities can be ascribed to its elevation of adenosine, the sleep hormone. Together, this multitude of nervous system targets contribute to its sedative, anxiety-reducing, and pain-relieving benefits.  These effects provide foundational support for linalool’s benefits in pain therapy. In one study, obese patients who underwent gastric banding surgery were either exposed to linalool-rich oil vapor or an unscented control. Only 46% of the patients who inhaled the oil required post-operative opioid medication, compared to 82% of the control group. Further, the morphine needs of those in the linalool-rich oil group were nearly half that of the control group, together suggesting that linalool can reduce the need for post-surgery opioid-based pain treatment.

    Linalool has even shown promise as an anti-inflammatory agent.  Inflammation is often characterized by pain, swelling, a sensation of heat, and redness. It is one of our body’s crucial defense systems and it is often a beneficial response. However, sometimes, it could result in chronic inflammatory conditions if left untreated. There are a few studies that suggest linalool’s anti-inflammatory effects are real. Huo et al. had a study published in The Journal of Surgical Research in March 2013. It looked at the anti-inflammatory effects of linalool. The research analyzed rats and found that linalool inhibits inflammation in vitro and in vivo. The paper also suggested that it was a possible therapeutic candidate for inflammatory disease treatment.

    Perhaps the most exciting therapeutic use for linalool is its emerging potential as a novel Alzheimer’s disease treatment. Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive and currently irreversible disease caused by the buildup of brain plaques and cellular tangles that lead to brain degeneration. This degeneration causes severe memory and cognitive impairment. There are currently no cures for Alzheimer’s disease and current treatment strategies are largely ineffective at recovering function. This has set scientists on a quest to identify techniques that reduce plaques and tangles in an effort to reverse the disease’s course and recover normal brain function.

    A promising study published in 2016 points to linalool as a potential Alzheimer’s treatment. In a genetic mouse model of Alzheimer’s disease, linalool reversed many of the behavioral and cognitive impairments associated with the disease. Further, it reduced the number of brain plaques and cellular tangles that define the disease and contribute to brain degeneration.

    Linalool still has many hurdles before it makes its way into the clinic. But these Alzheimer’s studies together with previous studies demonstrating benefits in pain, anxiety, and depression point to the importance of continued investigation into the therapeutic benefits of linalool and other terpenes in cannabis.

    All these studies show promising results on Linalool’s multitude of nervous system targets contributing to its potential ability to help with not only insomnia, but also anxiety, stress, immunity, pain and even Alzheimers.

    What are Terpenes?

    More than 20,000 terpenes appear throughout nature, in every plant, every flower, and even some insects.  They are highly aromatic and may protect the plants that produce them.  In some plants, terpenes attract pollinators, while in other plants, they cause a strong reaction to repel predators, such as insects or foraging animals. Some terpenes play a protective role in the plant, helping it to recover from damage; others act as a part of the plant’s immune system to keep away infectious germs.

    Terpenes determine the unique smells of plants and herbs, such as rosemary, eucalyptus  and lavender.  Terpenes and terpenoids (the oxidized, or dried and cured byproduct of terpenes) are the primary constituents of the essential oils of many types of plants and flowers.[6] Essential oils are used widely as fragrances in perfumery and traditional medicine, such as aromatherapy.  Once thought responsible only for the aroma of plants, terpenes are now known to possess serious medicinal value. Additionally, our sense of smell is linked to the brain’s memory and emotion centers. This means terpenes can hold a significant influence over our greater psyche.

    As a result, there is a probable link between the scent of a terpene and its effect. 

    Although relatively few of these aromatic hydrocarbons – about 200 – are found in cannabis, terpenes are highly associated with Cannabis and its many different strains.  Studies on the therapeutic effects of different terpenes are increasing in the medical community as more and more states legalize cannabis.  With a wide variety of therapeutic effects, terpenes can help the body destroy bacteria, detoxify, fungus, combat inflammation, relax and more.

    Terpenes have been shown to act on receptors and neurotransmitters; they can act as serotonin uptake inhibitors (similar to antidepressants like Prozac); they can enhance norepinephrine activity (similar to tricyclic antidepressants like Elavil); they can increase dopamine activity; and they can augment GABA (the “downer” neurotransmitter that counters glutamate, the “upper”). However, more specific research is needed for improved accuracy in describing and predicting how terpenes in cannabis can be used medicinally to help treat specific ailments and health conditions.

    Will CBD Get Me High?

    Does CBD get you high? In short, no.

    Cannabidiol (CBD) is non-intoxicating. Not only will CBD not get you high, but it actually counteracts the effects of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), or, the compound notorious for getting people high.  

    The confusion many people have on the subject is understandable.  Both CBD and THC are compounds called cannabinoids. Cannabinoids naturally occur in our bodies as well as the cannabis plant. (There are over 200 known cannabinoids, with more being discovered. Each cannabinoid has varying effects which occur due to the cannabinoid’s interaction with our body’s own natural endocannabinoid system, or ECS.)

    The reason why THC makes you high and CBD doesn’t has to do with the way the compounds bind to receptors in your body’s ECS. THC activates CB1 receptors in brain areas that are associated with euphoria, relaxation, anxiety, and short-term memory impairment. But CBD is actually a CB1 antagonist, meaning it will  actually block or modulate THC’s intoxicating effects, as previously mentioned. 

    CBD functions entirely differently from THC.  Instead of activating ECS receptors, it influences the body to use its own endocannabinoids more effectively.  According to one study posted to Neurotherapeutics, this is because CBD itself does very little to the ECS. Instead, it activates or inhibits other compounds in the endocannabinoid system. For example, CBD stops the body from absorbing anandamide, a compound associated with regulating pain. So, increased levels of anandamide in the bloodstream may reduce the amount of pain a person feels.

    While CBD does not cause the psychoactive effects associated with THC, there are many new studies underway and overwhelming anecdotal evidence that it promotes calm, relaxation, and pain relief. 

    Finally, there is no evidence CBD has any abuse or dependence potential and to date there is no evidence that it is associated with any serious side effects, according to the World Health Organization.

     

    What are the Health Benefits of CBD?

    Many people are seeking alternatives to pharmaceuticals with harsh side effects – medicine more in sync with natural processes. By tapping into how we function biologically on a deep level, there is evidence that CBD can provide relief for chronic pain, anxiety, inflammation, depression and many other conditions.  However,  until recently there have been very few well-conducted trials to back up these claims.

    The main reason there are few trials to back up the perceived health benefits of CBD is that previous laws lumped marijuana and hemp together in the same basket. However, in December 2015, the FDA eased the regulatory requirements for CBD, which allowed for more scientific research to begin.  New research and mounting anecdotal accounts from patients and physicians highlight CBD’s potential as a treatment for a wide range of maladies, including (but not limited to):

    CBD has proven neuroprotective effects and its anti-cancer properties are being investigated at several academic research centers in the United States and elsewhere. A 2010 brain cancer study by California scientists found that CBD “enhances the inhibitory effects of THC on human glioblastoma cell proliferation and survival.” This means that CBD makes THC even more potent as an anticancer substance. Also in 2010, German researchers reported that CBD stimulates neurogenesis, the growth of new brain cells, in adult mammals.

    There is no evidence CBD has any abuse or dependence potential and to date there is no evidence that it is associated with any serious side effects, according to the World Health Organization.

    What is CBD?

    CBD has become wildly popular, can be found in everything from hand sanitizer, coffee, and dog biscuits, and is the focus of a new area of cannabis research. But many people  still find it confusing and really don’t understand what it is.  CBD, or  Cannabidiol, is a naturally occurring compound found in the resinous flower of cannabis, a plant with a rich history as a medicine going back thousands of years. It was discovered in 1940 and is one of 113 identified phytocannabinoids in cannabis plants  Today the therapeutic properties of CBD are being tested and confirmed by scientists and doctors around the world. 

    CBD is closely related to another important medicinally active phytocannabinoid: tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the compound that causes the high that cannabis is famous for. These are the two components of cannabis that have been most studied by scientists.

    Both CBD and THC have significant therapeutic attributes. But unlike THC, CBD does not make a person feel “stoned” or intoxicated. That’s because CBD and THC act in different ways on different receptors in the brain and body. CBD can actually lessen or neutralize the psychoactive effects of THC, depending on how much of each compound is consumed. 

    According to anecdotal evidence, CBD is good for treating discomfort and illness of all kinds. Sufferers of everything from anxiety, arthritis and aches to epilepsy and cancer are praising the healing properties of CBD. But the largely prohibited status of cannabis has prevented many long-term, academically rigorous studies on most cannabinoids in isolation, leaving these anecdotal claims mostly uninvestigated until recently.  “There is a great deal of interest in the possible therapeutic effects of CBD, but there is very little [scientific] evidence of efficacy,” said Dr. J Hampton Atkinson, co-director of the Center for Medical Cannabis Research (CMCR) at the University of California, San Diego. CBD may have health benefits, but the lack of research in this area means there just aren’t enough data points to support most of the anecdotal claims. However, now that cannabis is enjoying a research renaissance resulting from legalization efforts, medical science is gaining a much more detailed perspective on this popular and fascinating plant.  According to ClinicalTrials.gov, a federal database of accredited clinical trials worldwide, there are about 150 trials in progress that are testing CBD as a treatment for a wide variety of health conditions.

    In the next blog post, we will discuss in more detail some of the health benefits of CBD and the corresponding studies.