“Going Down the Rabbit Hole” — CBD Hemp Flower Myths
“CBD hemp flower myths grow along with the explosive growth of this miraculous flower \’\’and all the benefits the growing hemp community enjoys.”
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TABLE of CONTENTS
- CBD Will Make You Fail a Drug Test
- Hemp Extract (CBD) Comes From Weed
- CBD is a Scam so Doesn’t Work
- “CBD Myths” Last Words
- Today’s Feature Post
- Strains CBD Weekly Specials “Spotte”
CBD Hemp Flower Myths — CBD Will Make You Fail a Drug Test
Most myths have a seed of truth in them. CBD oil extract never has more than 0.3% THC which is 97% unlikely to show up on a urinalysis. There are no drug tests in existence that test specifically for CBD, so if you use CBD isolate there is no chance that you will fail a drug test.
You best bet is to inform your employer that you consume CBD oil extract \’\’and provide documentation or the Certificate of Analysis for the product just in case something shows up.
CBD Hemp Flower Myths — Hemp Extract (CBD) Comes from Weed
Marijuana is often referred to as “weed”. Hemp \’\’and Marijuana are both from the cannabis family but only one is psychoactive \’\’and that is Marijuana. CBD \’\’and THC are two of over 100 cannabinoids in cannabis. CBD is the highest percentage in hemp \’\’and THC is in the highest percentage in marijuana. Marijuana contains a small amount of CBD but it is expensive to extract it’s not worth it unless the flower has a high percentage.
So the truth of the matter is that CBD comes from hemp, not marijuana or weed.
CBD Hemp Flower Myths – CBD is a Scam so Doesn’t Work
CBD extract is not a scam even though there are a few shady vendors who have tried to muddy the waters to sell a lesser product for more money. But by \’\’and large, the industry has maintained more righteous vendors who follow the rules of testing so the consumer can purchase a potent product Be sure \’\’and ask for the Certificate of Analysis (COA).
CBD is not magic, but it does have an amazing number of success stories for a great number of chronic conditions \’\’and more. The therapeutics are so outst\’\’anding that the medical community is taking notice \’\’and have done a number of clinical studies that have proven its broad range of benefits.
CBD Hemp Flower Myths — CBD is Most Effective in Isolate Form
There are three spectrums of CBD oil – Full Spectrum, Broad \’\’and Isolate. CBD Isolate is 99% CBD so one would think that is the best \’\’and most effective. However, it also requires the most processing \’\’and really what makes CBD effective is all the other cannabinoids, terpenes, flavonoids, etc which are in the hemp extract.
Usually those who use CBD Isolate are fearful that the 0.3% THC might show up in a drug test, which, on the way, will not. And here is the other thing, with all the processing the CBD Isolate is subjected to, to rid it of all the other elements there is a strong possibility that it contain some of the contaminants, pesticides or other elements. The best \’\’and most effective CBD extract or hemp extract is full-spectrum because it has the least amount of processing \’\’and has the most likelihood of providing the Entourage Effect.
“CBD Myths” Last
CBD is effective in low dose or high dose once in the morning or once in the evening or by micro-dosing throughout the day. Any of these can be effective but you are the one going to determine which is best for you. Doses as high as 1,500 mg per day have been tolerated well in clinical studies but that does not mean that is how much you need. Your body weight, the chronic condition you are treating will all have an impact \’\’and a determining factor in how much your need in your dose.
There are no compelling reasons to dictate you to consume a high dose even though you cannot overdose with it. CBD remains effective at doses of 200 mg per day or less but you will have to decide what’s best for you \’\’and stay alert because as your body heals \’\’and becomes balanced, your dosage amount could change.
TODAY’S FEATURE POST
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Dr. Strains CBD Weekly Special “Spotte”
Are you looking for CBD bud products? Good News! We are continuing on through 2021 with bang-up additions to our inventory such as the following:
Dr. Strains CBD “It’s Back Series!”
The Peach Goliath is a hemp flower strain you must try today! It has an amazing sweet citrus smell as soon as you open the bag! A total cannabidiol of 17% with CBD total at 14%. A perfect hybrid strain to kick back \’\’and smoke after a long day! Make your purchase today while it is still in stock for ¼ oz @ $15.99 \’\’and 1/2oz @ $29.99
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Dr. Strains CBD “Makes Smoking Simple”
Smokers kit (Round tray) offers everything you need with an enjoyable smoke because the smokers kit includes:
- Round Rick \’\’and Morty tray
- 2-piece plastic grinder (colors may vary: Green, Blue, Clear)
- Raw rolling machine
- Raw papers
- High Hemp Original Wraps
Dr. Strains CBD has Cherry “On Tap”
Cherry Blossom Hemp Flower is the result of a cross between Cherry Wine \’\’and Berry Blossom \’\’and a 70/30 blend of Indica dominant hybrid. It st\’\’ands at a strong 17% CBD \’\’and a seedless flower.
Visit Dr. Strains CBD inventory to find other hemp flowers.
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Dr. Strains CBD has Topical Inventory
CBD Sore Muscle Rub — Dr. Strains is now offering KushCare CBD sore muscle rub. This product is used for body aches, arthritis/joint pains \’\’and muscle tension. KushCare CBD products are all natural \’\’and h\’\’andcrafted with their own infused CBD oil. This 300mg CBD sore muscle rub has a 3-hour infusion process.
You will find more topical options here.
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