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CBD Store Associate

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Assistant Manager – Certified Pharmacy Technician (CPhT) – f.

  • Schedule will include some Saturdays from 10a – 2p.
  • Deliver medications to patients’ homes as well as to businesses (including multiple shifts / plant).

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Sales Representative-Oregon City

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Finding The Ultimate CBD Hemp Oil Business Opportunity To Work From Home or Anywhere

Are you looking to make some extra income or even start your own full-time business?

That’s what this page is all about.

What to Look for in a Work-From-Home Opportunity

Here are some things to look for in a work-from-home business or income opportunity:

  • Low start-up costs
  • No special equipment needed
  • No need to hire employees
  • Can run from home – no need to rent office or retail space
  • Can set your own hours and work part-time or full-time
  • No inventory required
  • No special skills or education required
  • Credit score or history not important
  • No financing required
  • Products not based on fads
  • High-quality products or services that people want to buy again and again

That last item is one that many people overlook.

They understand the quality part, but often miss the “again and again” part.

It’s much better to sell products that people buy on a recurring basis than products people buy once or very rarely (like a car).

That is much easier than having to find a new customer for every sale.

If you’re ready to discover an opportunity that meets all the above criteria, one that I chose to pursue only after careful research, then keep reading.

What Is Hemp Oil?

Hemp oil is extracted from the hemp plant.

The plant has been used for thousands of years to produce cloth, paper, and rope, among other things.

In modern times, it’s used in everything from car parts to cosmetics, food, supplements, and medicine.

Hemp seeds have been used throughout history as food, mostly for animals.

More recently the seeds and oil are being used as ingredients in baked goods, smoothies, salad dressings, and many other food products, due to its nutritional benefits.

The Benefits of Hemp Oil

Hemp oil is considered a superfood.

It contains a balanced 1:3 ratio of omega-3 and omega-6 essential fatty acids.

This is more than any fish and most fish oil supplements.

These fatty acids boost your body’s immune system.

You can use hemp oil in cooking like you would use any other vegetable oil.

It’s the only one that contains those fatty acids.

Hemp oil can lower cholesterol, moderate blood sugar level, fight inflammation in the body, and helps maintain your hormonal balance.

Hemp oil’s high concentration of omega 3 and omega 6 fatty acids make it great for the skin and a popular ingredient in cosmetics and skin care products.

It’s an excellent natural moisturizer and emollient.

Hemp oil increases skin elasticity and your cells’ ability to retain water.

It is especially useful for tired, dry, or dehydrated skin and nails.

It’s often used in hair conditioners for this reason.

Is there Really A Hemp Boom?

There was a great article written by The Business Insider that covered the topic with clear analysis and data, they said:

The North American marijuana market posted $6.7 billion in revenue in 2016, up 30% from the year before, according to a report from Arcview Market Research, a leading publisher of cannabis market research.

The so-called green rush shows no sign of slowing down.

Arcview projects sales will grow at a compound annual growth rate of 25% through 2021, when the North American market is expected to top $20.2 billion.

“The only consumer industry categories I’ve seen reach $5 billion in annual spending and then post anything like 25% compound annual growth in the next five years are cable television (19%) in the 1990s and the broadband internet (29%) in the 2000s,” Tom Adams, editor in chief of Arcview Market Research, said in a statement.

Why Become A Distributor With The Same Hemp Oil Company I Chose?

First and foremost, the products are high-quality.

In an industry where consumers are concerned about quality, this is extremely important.

The company’s products combine pure hemp oil and other all-natural ingredients to create daily use CBD supplements.

All of the company’s hemp oil products are made with non-GMO hemp grown free of chemical fertilizers, pesticides, and herbicides and put through a very thorough testing process to ensure reliability and protect the end user from contamination.

Even more impressive is how the company is connected to the first publicly traded Cannabis company in the United States (big deal!).

They were also the first to establish a global CBD pipeline across the globe; the first to deliver cannabis brands across U.S. State lines and International borders, making cannabidiol available across 50 states, and in dozens of countries; and it’s the first direct sale company to offer cannabis products.

This company gives back to the community through a social project that is touching the lives of children and families across the globe and provides support for special case families and individuals that count on cannabinoids.

Lastly, the compensation plan is killer!

Lots of opportunity to earn.

The key is you’ll get out of your business what you put into it.

How You Can Make Money With A Hemp MLM Business

There are two main ways to profit with a CBD Hemp MLM business:

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Here’s where the hemp MLM company we partnered with shines.

There are many companies with generous compensation plans, but most of them have a serious flaw: Very few people want the actual products!

Those companies end up becoming a bunch of people recruiting people to recruit people to recruit people… The problem with that is that eventually, they run out of people to recruit.

Even though there are billions of people on the planet, these companies are mathematically unsustainable in the long term.

Someone has to want to buy the products without caring about recruiting other people!

This is what I love about the company we chose – the products are so good, and they’re the type of products that real customers buy on a recurring basis, so this “infinite recruiting” problem doesn’t happen.

Nutritional supplements and skin care products made with top-quality Hemp Oil are the types of things that many customers keep buying.

Many people try our premium hemp oil products, fall in love with them, and reorder again and again.

If you’re their hemp oil distributor, that’s great for you, because you keep getting paid on that customer as long as they keep buying.

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Looking to grow your business and expand awareness of your brand? Our innovative and unique CBD products are available to your business on white label, and private label opportunities.

Like many CBD brands currently in the market, who are utilising our white label services, you too could easily add your branding to an exceptional product that you can trust.

Our simple pricing model and expert consultancy services provide you with the opportunity to bring a new product to market, at a low entry cost, with minimal risk and provides you with the time to concentrate on launching your brand, delivering sales and profits from day one without all the hard work

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Grow with Redeem is our White & Private Label Program. We specialize in partnering with clients to develop top-quality white label and private label CBD products. Our Redeem ™ promise is to always remain 100% transparent and provide our partners with the confidence you need to stand proudly behind your brand. Our services include white label CBD, product packaging and bottling services, boutique hemp processing, full private label partnerships, turn-key logistics, and inventory services.

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CBD Legal States 2021

CBD (cannabidiol) is a non-psychoactive compound found in cannabis. Unlike tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), CBD does not get a user “high;” however, its legality is still a gray area for some people because it is derived from the cannabis plant.

Is CBD Legal in the US?

CBD must be legal on both the federal level and the state level in order for it to be legal in your state.

The 2018 Farm Bill legalized, on the federal level, the regulated production of hemp, or any part of the cannabis plant with a THC concentration below .3%. States, however, have the final say in whether or not cannabis-derived products are legal within their state lines.

Is CBD Legal in my State?

There are four different types of states when it comes to CBD and marijuana legality: Green, Amber, Amber-Red, and Red.

There are several states called Green States that have legalized both medicinal and recreational use of marijuana as long as you meet the minimum age requirement. The following are Green States:

  • Alaska
  • California
  • Colorado
  • Maine
  • Massachusetts
  • Michigan
  • Nevada
  • Oregon
  • Vermont
  • Washington
  • Washington D.C.

Amber States are those states that legalized marijuana and cannabis products (like CBD oil) for medical uses only, requiring you to obtain a medical marijuana card and a prescription from a medical marijuana doctor.

Amber-Red States are those states that do not allow marijuana for any reason except for CBD products used for specific reasons unique to each state. Amber-Red states can be the trickiest. For example, in North Carolina, CBD oil is legal for severe epilepsy sufferers, and can only come from a hemp plant (not marijuana). In Alabama, under Leni’s Law, only those who have a medical condition that causes seizures or those who participate in a state-sponsored clinical trial studying the effects of CBD would have access to it. You should check with your state’s specific conditions if you live in an Amber-Red state.

Finally, Red States do not allow cannabis products in any form to be purchased or consumed for any reason. The following are Red States:

Several states are in the process of passing marijuana legislation to legalize adult recreational use. These states include New York, New Jersey, Vermont, Connecticut, and Rhode Island, among others.

CBD Legal States 2021 CBD (cannabidiol) is a non-psychoactive compound found in cannabis. Unlike tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), CBD does not get a user “high;” however, its legality is still a gray

Is CBD oil legal in Nebraska?

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  1. What is CBD?
  2. Why is CBD sometimes illegal?
  3. Nebraska CBD laws
  4. Where to buy CBD in Nebraska
  5. How to read CBD labels and packaging

Yes, cannabidiol (CBD) oil and other products derived from hemp that have been evaluated by regulators are legal in Nebraska.

The Nebraska Hemp Farming Act, signed into law on May 30, 2019, allows for the cultivation and commercial distribution of hemp-derived cannabidiol (CBD) products, as long as they are tested and approved by the Nebraska Department of Agriculture. CBD that is derived from the marijuana plant is still considered illegal in the state and federally, unless it meets Food and Drug Administration (FDA) requirements such as in prescription formulations.

The act aligns with the federal Farm Bill of 2018 and its definitions of hemp and marijuana, using 0.3% THC by weight as the legal threshold between the two.

What is CBD?

CBD is a non-intoxicating cannabinoid, and the-second-most prominent compound in the plant after THC, which is largely responsible for the cannabis high. Sourced from marijuana or hemp plants, CBD has a wide range of potential therapeutic benefits, including anti-inflammatory, analgesic, anti-anxiety, and seizure-suppressant properties. Most cannabis strains on the market today contain small amounts of CBD, compared with THC. But since the cannabinoid has gained considerable attention for its wide range of potential benefits, a number of high-CBD strains have popped up in recent years.

CBD elicits effects on the body through a range of biological pathways, including the body’s most common cannabinoid receptors, which cannabinoids bind to so they can be broken down and dispersed by enzymes. Current research suggests that the benefits of CBD are achieved when the cannabinoid activates multiple receptor pathways rather than just one. This may also account for CBD’s wide range of potential therapeutic uses.

Why is CBD sometimes illegal?

Hemp strains don’t produce enough of the cannabinoid THC to cause intoxication, but all types of cannabis, including hemp, were considered illegal under the 1970 Federal Controlled Substances Act. The legislation swept all cannabis under the Schedule 1 umbrella, which defined cannabis as a substance with a high potential for abuse, no accepted medical use, and a likelihood for addiction.

The 2018 Farm Bill legalized hemp cultivation and created a clear pathway to remove some cannabis from Schedule 1 status by creating a legal distinction between hemp and marijuana. Under the new legislation, hemp is classified as cannabis that contains less than 0.3% THC by weight; marijuana is cannabis that contains more than 0.3% THC. As a result, hemp-derived CBD was descheduled by the bill, but marijuana and its derivatives, including CBD, remain Schedule 1 substances. Hemp is now considered an agricultural commodity under the 2018 Farm Bill, but it must be produced and sold under regulations that implement the bill. The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) has yet to create these regulations.

The Farm Bill also endowed the FDA with the ability to regulate CBD’s labeling, therapeutic claims, and presence in foods or drinks. Despite the Farm Bill’s passage, the FDA has issued a directive that no CBD, not even hemp-derived, may be added to food or beverages or marketed as a dietary supplement. As time passes, the FDA has begun re-evaluating that stance on CBD products but has yet to revise rules or specifically regulate CBD products. The FDA’s slow movement has created further confusion on the state level.

The FDA has historically been strict when it comes to health claims or content that could be understood as medical advice — and makes no exception for CBD.

Hemp production and sale, including its cannabinoids and CBD specifically, remain tightly regulated federally. The Farm Bill provides that individual states may also regulate and even prohibit CBD cultivation and commerce. States may attempt to regulate CBD in food, beverage, dietary supplements, and cosmetic products independently of the FDA’s rules.

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Nebraska CBD laws

The Nebraska Hemp Farming Act, or LB 657) was signed into law by Republican Gov. Pete Ricketts on May 30, 2019, effectively bringing Nebraska law in line with the 2018 Farm Bill. Under both the Farm Bill and the Nebraska Hemp Farming Act, CBD oil derived from a cannabis or hemp plant which contains less than 0.3% THC is a legal substance.

Prior to the passing of the state hemp bill, the Nebraska legislature had passed a hemp agricultural pilot program, which allowed for the cultivation of industrial hemp by the state Department of Agriculture or approved state universities. The Nebraska Hemp Farming Act requires the Department of Agriculture to submit regulations for hemp cultivation for federal approval, per the demands of the Farm Bill.

Though the Nebraska Hemp Farming Act doesn’t name CBD directly, it does state that legal hemp includes any derivative, extract, or cannabinoid with no more than 0.3% THC. The slight lack of clarity within the language of the bill has caused some confusion among prospective CBD sellers and legislatures over whether CBD is completely legal, even under the new regulations.

Prior to the passing of the Nebraska Hemp Farming Act, Republican Attorney General Doug Peterson issued a memo stating that, unless CBD is in an FDA-approved drug or authorized by the University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC) it was still considered a Schedule 1 substance by the state. As of September 2019, the Attorney General has yet to issue a new statement on the matter in follow-up to the passing of the hemp farming bill.

Licensing requirements for CBD

Those looking to cultivate, process, handle, and broker industrial hemp in the state of Nebraska must apply with the Department of Agriculture and pay the necessary cultivator, cultivator site registration, processor-handler site, and site modification fees with the Department of Agriculture. All hemp and hemp-derived CBD products must also be tested for THC concentration by a state-licensed testing facility.

Selling unapproved CBD products is considered sale of a controlled substance under Nebraska law. Penalties for cultivating or selling a controlled substance in Nebraska includes a $25,000 fine and a prison sentence of one to 20 years.

Nebraska CBD possession limits

Possession of hemp-derived CBD is legal as long as it was derived from hemp cultivated and sold under state regulations. Possession of CBD derived from a non-regulated source is considered possession of a controlled substance and results in prison time and fines if convicted.

A first offense of possession of 1 ounce, or 28.35 grams, or less of cannabis is treated as an infraction with a $300 fine. For second and third offenses, possession of 1 ounce, or 28.35 grams, or less result in a $500 fine with five and seven days jail time, respectively. Possession of more than 1 ounce to 1 pound, or 28.35 to 454 grams, of cannabis is a misdemeanor, resulting in a $500 fine and three months of incarceration. Possession of more than 1 pound, or 454 grams, is a felony, with penalties including five years prison time and a $10,000 fine.

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Where to buy CBD in Nebraska

CBD oil and other CBD products can be legally purchased from state retailers that have sourced their product from licensed hemp cultivators. CBD is also available for sale from online retailers, but may not offer products that meet the requirements of the Nebraska Hemp Farming Act.

How to read CBD labels and packaging

The 2018 Farm Bill shifted oversight from the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). As the FDA slowly begins to make new regulations for CBD products, the market remains largely buyer beware. Still, the agency warns that in-flux regulations don’t excuse companies from making only reputable claims on their labeling.

Most reputable CBD producers will typically include the following information on their CBD product labels:

  • Amount of active CBD per serving.
  • Supplement Fact panel, including other ingredients.
  • Net weight.
  • Manufacturer or distributor name.
  • Suggested use.
  • Full spectrum, broad-spectrum, or isolate.
  • Batch or date code.

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How Long Does CBD Stay in Your System?

Cannabidiol (CBD), and tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) are two of the most well-known compounds in cannabis plants. The latter has psychoactive effects and causes the high marijuana is famous for. THC use impairs judgment and coordination.

As a result, THC and its byproducts are what’s tested for in standard 5-panel and 10-panel drug tests. Pure CBD will not show up on these tests. Tests that can detect CBD are available but they’re more expensive and are not widely used.

How Long Does CBD Stay in Your Urine?

In some cases of heavy use, CBD can stay in the system for up to a week and windows of detection extend to more than a month. In the case of single exposures, THC and its metabolites are detectable in urine for about 3 days after the last time taken.

Most urine tests come back positive if you consume more than 2,000 mg of legal CBD products per day. This might seem like a large number but frequent use of CBD products could trigger a false positive test result. This is a possible outcome when you consider that CBD and THC accumulate in the body.

How Long Does CBD Stay in Your Blood?

Blood tests focus on recent use. THC is only detectable in blood for approximately 5 hours, but its metabolites can remain in the system for up to 7 days.

Taking CBD products with unknown amounts of THC would only yield a valid result if a lab test was done on a blood sample within this short period of time.

How Long Does CBD Stay in Your Saliva?

THC can be found in saliva for about 72 hours but chronic use of CBD products tainted with THC could extend this window of detection. Analyzing saliva to detect CBD is rare.

How Long Does CBD Stay in Your Hair?

In general, substances such as CBD can be detected in hair up to about 3 months after they were last taken. Trace amounts of THC will likely not show up in a hair test.

How Long Do the Effects of CBD Last?

The duration of CBD’s effects depend largely on the method of consumption, but in general CBD lasts between 2 and 6 hours.

Smoking or vaping causes the substance to enter the body rapidly via the lungs. Two teaspoons of a concentrated CBD tincture taken sublingually can also take effect within an hour. These fast-acting modes of administration tend to wear off sooner too.

Chewables have to go through the GI tract before entering the bloodstream, so effects take a little longer to kick in with peak blood levels being reached at around three hours after ingestion. This method of consumption has a more prolonged effect lasting up to eight hours. People often over-consume edibles because the results aren’t instant.

Topical applications like creams also last longer. Because CBD is not psychoactive, it’s more difficult to determine when it’s actually taking effect.

How Does CBD Affect the Brain?

Research on THC in the 1990s led to the discovery of the endocannabinoid system (ECS). Scientists found that our bodies naturally make molecules that are similar to cannabinoids from cannabis plants.

These molecules support our immune systems and are broken down when they’ve completed their function. There are receptors for endocannabinoids all over the body including the central nervous system (CNS). And as it turns out, THC binds to them and CBD does so weakly or not at all. CBD may in fact reduce the effects of THC by blocking it.

CBD influences the release of neurotransmitters in the brain which impact pain, anxiety, sleep and other functions.

Factors That Influence Detoxing from CBD

Regardless of gender, CBD is generally believed to have an elimination half-life of one to two days. This means that half of the dose leaves the body in this time. But how long it lasts is not the same for everyone. Unique factors that determine how quickly CBD is expelled include:

  • Age
  • Weight – CBD is fat soluble and is stored in fatty tissue
  • Frequency of use – CBD can accumulate in your system
  • Mode of ingestion
  • Dosage
  • Potency
  • Metabolism
  • Genetics
To summarize:

Most drug tests look for THC rather than CBD. If you are concerned about an upcoming drug test, avoid use of CBD products which could contain unknown amounts of THC. THC can typically be detected within these windows:

  • Urine – 3 to 30 days
  • Blood – 5 hours up to a week
  • Saliva – 72 hours or more with heavy use
  • Hair – about 3 months

Treatment for CBD Dependence

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), pure CBD has no abuse potential. But CBD products can cause psychological dependence. And THC can cause marijuana use disorders and withdrawal symptoms which negatively impact users’ health and productivity.

If you or someone you know is struggling with a dependency on CBD, help is available. Treatment programs include tailored therapy sessions to address the underlying issues leading to substance misuse. Humans can form bad habits, but bad habits can be unlearned. Take the first step towards a brighter future today.

Standard drug tests look for THC rather than CBD. But CBD users are still at risk of failing drug screenings. Find out how long CBD stays in your body.

How Long Does CBD Stay in Your System?

CBD typically stays in your system for 2 to 5 days, but that range doesn’t apply to everyone. For some, CBD can stay in their system for weeks.

How long it hangs around depends on several factors.

There are a few variables to consider when thinking about how long CBD stays in your system.

How much you use

As with most other substances, the higher the dose, the longer CBD will stay in your system.

How often you use it

The frequency of your usage also determines how long CBD stays in your body. CBD builds up in your body over time, if used regularly. This is why it’s recommended you use it for at least a week to see if it works for you.

If you only use it occasionally, it’ll clear your system faster.

Your body

Everyone’s body is different. That’s why CBD and other substances affect people differently.

Your body mass index, water content, and metabolism are just some of the things that can influence how long CBD stays in your system.

What you eat, how much you eat, and when you eat matter. If you take CBD on an empty stomach, it gets metabolized and eliminated faster than it does when you take it on a full stomach, which slows its digestion.

Method of use

There are a few ways to take CBD. The method you use affects everything from the onset and duration of effects to how long it stays in your body.

Different forms of CBD include:

  • oils and tinctures
  • pills and capsules
  • edibles
  • vaping
  • creams and lotions

When you vape CBD (which you should avoid for now), it enters your lungs and takes effect quickly, and also leaves the body quickly. Oils and tinctures placed under your tongue are absorbed into the bloodstream faster and linger longer.

Your digestive system metabolizes edible forms of CBD, which can take a while. Creams and lotions are also slow to get into and out of the body.

It varies based on all the same factors that influence how long CBD stays in your system.

The form used, dosage, and your body composition all play a role and make it hard to predict how quickly CBD will kick in or how it will affect you.

Generally, you can begin to feel the effects of CBD within 15 minutes of vaping or using it sublingually. Edibles and topical products can take as long as an hour or two to kick in.

Again, it all depends on your body, how much you take, and how you take it. But generally, the effects of CBD can last from 2 to 6 hours.

CBD typically won’t show up on a drug test, but if your CBD product contains THC, it will. THC is marijuana’s main active ingredient. It’s the one responsible for the “high” effect.

Many CBD products contain trace amounts of THC. Depending on the composition and quality of a product, you could have a positive drug test result.

If you’re concerned about THC levels, be mindful of the type of CBD products you choose. Here’s a quick breakdown:

  • Full-spectrum CBD.Full-spectrum CBD extracts contain all of the naturally occurring compounds from the plant they’re extracted from, including THC.
  • Broad-spectrum CBD. This is similar to full-spectrum CBD, but it goes through a process to eliminate THC.
  • CBD isolate. This option contains only CBD.

If going with a full-spectrum CBD, look for hemp-derived CBD instead of one that’s marijuana-derived. Hemp-derived CBD is legally required to contain less than 0.3 percent THC.

How long CBD stays in your system depends on a range of factors.


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Plus CBD Oil Is the Best Brand for Beginners—Here’s Why

The CBD market is a crowded place, and as someone who’s used various hemp products over the years, I’ve learned it’s hard to separate one product from the next. Many brands make the same claims about the effects of their products, and discerning the difference can be a tricky task when shopping online.

There are thousands of companies that cloud the hemp industry, making it difficult to figure out the good brands from the bad. As an average consumer, I made the mistake of not doing enough research the first time I tried CBD, and I ended up with a less-than-stellar product. Now, I make it a point to thoroughly evaluate CBD brands based on their hemp sourcing, lab test results, and my own experience when using their products.

Most recently, I’ve been using various Plus CBD products to support recovery and rest. I’ll get into my review of these products later on, but first, let me explain a bit more about the brand itself.

Plus CBD Oil was created by CV Sciences in 2014, making it one of the first hemp CBD oil brands operating in the United States. This company uses hemp seeds certified by the European Union when growing its hemp plants, and it also follows a strict CO2 extraction method when obtaining its CBD oil. This extraction process does not use harsh chemicals, is cold-based (which allows the cannabinoids and terpenes to be better preserved), and takes place in a facility that is European ISO Certified (that is, it meets or exceeds international regulatory requirements). If you’re new to CBD, this information may not seem all that important, but it essentially lets consumers know that Plus CBD products get their start from high-quality hemp seeds and plants.

Plus CBD strictly adheres to Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) guidelines, which isn’t always guaranteed among other CBD brands. For a bit of added peace of mind, all of the brand’s CBD oil products are third-party lab tested before anything is ever sent to the market.

Also noteworthy, Plus CBD Oil offers a variety of formulations with the intent to help customers find the dosage that is right for them, regardless of their experience with CBD. I appreciate the company’s belief in transparency and its commitment to helping people understand all of the benefits, as well as any side effects, associated with CBD products.

The pros

Plus CBD offers many pros to consumers seeking a hemp extract product, including:

  • All products are gluten free and non-GMO.
  • The company places a focus on education with product description videos, which is immensely helpful for CBD novices.
  • Seed to shelf traceability allows for quality assurance and purity.
  • You can reference lab test results that are batch specific.
  • Lab testing goes above and beyond the industry standard.

The cons

Of course, along with the pros, we must also consider the cons:

  • While lab testing is extensive, the results can be hard to find on the website.
  • Plus CBD Oil products are made in the European Union, as opposed to the United States. (I typically lean more toward American grown hemp-derived products as they tend to offer more transparency into the farming process of the crops. However, testing for Plus CBD is conducted in the United States, and the products are available internationally.)

Best CBD products from Plus CBD

These full-spectrum CBD oil drops aren’t the strongest of the pack when it comes to potency, but that’s what makes them great for people just starting out with CBD. This tincture contains CBD, minor cannabinoids, terpenes, and fatty acids, which all help contribute to whole body health. There are three potencies available, and I tried the strongest option, which is still only 750 milligrams of CBD per 1 ounce of oil. However, I was a fan of the great flavor choices for these CBD oils, which includes an unsweetened option as well as peppermint and goji blueberry (my personal favorite).

Offered in 10-count and 30-count jars, these CBD gummies are perfect for beginners who want to try out an edible sample, or for long-term users who want a month-long supply. After trying these gummies, I can say one downside is the product’s consistency, which is a little tougher to chew through. With that said, these edibles offer an easy and efficient way to ensure your dosage is correct via a pre-measured 5 milligram serving of CBD. Infused with Plus CBD’s potent Gold Formula extract, these gummies are made from all organic ingredients, and they come in two delicious flavors: cherry mango and citrus punch.

I’m a big fan of CBD topicals, which were the first products I tried when I started my journey with CBD over two years ago. I really liked this product in particular because of its innovative method to applying CBD. The topical CBD roll-on helps the active hemp extract sink deep into the skin, which boosted my recovery post-exercise and provided soothing relaxation at the day’s end. In 200 and 500 milligram varieties, these CBD roll-ons will protect and beautify the skin with added benefits from other plant botanicals and vitamin E. The biggest perk? The CBD roll-on is easy to apply on the go and absorbs quickly with no mess.

Other important information on Plus CBD Oil

Lab testing

Plus CBD Oil products undergo extensive testing in San Diego, California. Furthermore, the CBD products are also tested by an independent third-party lab. Ultimately, this is vital to finding a high-quality CBD product because independent labs offer an unbiased analysis and insight on purity, quality, and potency.

When it comes to reading a lab test, it’s important to know the difference between certain acronyms. For instance, an “ND” stands for “Not Detected,” although you may see an analysis say 0% instead of ND. A similar but very different abbreviation is “NT,” which stands for “Not Tested,” and you should avoid any product that has not been tested thoroughly or has gaps in the testing of its cannabinoid composition. If third-party lab testing does not occur, you could end up with a cheap, low-quality, and even potentially unsafe product. Plus CBD, however, believes in total transparency, which is apparent given the fact that the company tests its products twice. Consumers are encouraged to access lab results, also called Certificates of Analysis.

Product variety

Plus CBD offers many different products appealing to varied customer needs. The brand manufactures CBD creams and lotions, balms, softgels, CBD spray with EVOO, and much more. There are also some other interesting items, like the Total Plant Complex CBD Drops, which is a formula that is gently heated to convert all of the CBDA to CBD and is heralded as hemp extract at its best.

Main takeaways

In closing, Plus CBD Oil is an outstanding brand that is passionate about educating consumers about the benefits associated with using CBD in any form, and making these products a part of their everyday life. I’d say this brand is well-suited for people who are trying CBD for the first time and may find this company particularly helpful thanks to its in-depth explanations about each individual product.

Plus CBD Oil and its parent company, CV Sciences, are committed to ensuring only the best products are brought to market and believe in thorough testing to ensure accuracy and purity. Ultimately, I consider Plus CBD to be a standout operating within the CBD industry, and its dedication to product offerings, manufacturing processes, and customers is commendable.

Josh Hurst is a journalist, critic, copywriter, and essayist. He lives in Knoxville, TN, with his wife and three sons. As a writer for Remedy Review, an independent CBD review site, Josh covers the relationship between cannabis-based products and the human body.

This content is for informational purposes only and does not constitute medical advice; it is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of a physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition and before consuming or using any of the products mentioned on this site.

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Plus CBD Oil Drops provide an easy way to enjoy CBD. Containing cannibidiol (CBD) from agricultural hemp, they provide enhancing CBD support using our best-selling Gold Formula – the highest concentration of CBD we offer. Like all Plus CBD Oil products, our drops are Non-GMO, gluten free and tested to ensure the best quality CBD available.


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Hemp & CBD Market Value: January 2020 Price Trends for Crude, Flower Biomass, Isolate

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Are we producing too much Hemp and CBD?

The short answer is yes. According to financial media outlet, Benzinga America is growing exponentially more hemp than the market can feasibly process and consume. This is the number one reason why the cost of hemp has steadily declined in 2019 and has reached an all-time low as of January 2020.

While wholesale prices are dropping across nearly all hemp products–from raw biomass, to flower, to isolates, and distillates–not all hemp products are created equal. Moreover the current drop may ultimately level out as the market stabilizes. As a hemp supplier, processor or consumer, it’s important to understand all of the factors that make up hemp and CBD pricing trends so that you can plan for the future.

Here we dive into major factors like product type, moisture content, quality and volume with an extensive guide to today’s hemp and CBD market price trends.

In this post –

Price Trends by Hemp Product

CBD Biomass (raw)

Biomass refers to the whole hemp plant materials. The vast majority of the market utilizes biomass to produce CBD, which is derived from the leaves and stalks, aka “waste” after the plant’s flowers and seeds has been used — in a wide variety of products and supplements. Prices for biomass are generally dependent on the CBD content per pound, which is measured on a dry weight basis on a standard that requires it be at least 80% dry (according to Hemp Benchmarks ). When CBD biomass is not dry enough, it will result in a decreased wholesale price.

CBD Biomass Market Value

According to a Hemp Benchmarks report, up to 25K pounds of CBD Biomass sold for roughly $4.02 per %CBD per pound in June 2019. That price dropped significantly to $2.32 in October and is selling at $1.31 as of the latest report in January 2020, representing an 6 7% decrease overall.

Dried CBD Flower

Dried CBD flower refers to the bud and trichome portions of the hemp plant, which are removed from the stalks and stems. Dried flower is smokeable and sold alone or in pre-rolled joints. Dried CBD flower commands a higher price point than CBD biomass because it has been cut, trimmed and is ready to sell.

Dried CBD Flower Market Value

Croptober did not affect the price of CBD flower as dramatically as it did biomass. In June 2019, CBD flower sold for about $349 per pound wholesale. The price dropped to an average of $319 per pound in October followed by sharper decline as of the latest report in December. CBD flower is now selling at $226 per pound, representing a 35% dip in 6 months.

Crude Hemp Oil

Crude hemp oil is extracted from the hemp plant through one of several methods. The most common methods are pressurized CO2 or solvent extraction using ethanol or a hydrocarbon. Crude hemp oil contains all of the cannabinoids (including THC), terpenes and flavonoids found naturally in the plant. It’s often further purified ( winterized ) to remove organic plant compounds such as lipids, waxes and chlorophyll, which increases the product’s overall potency. But can break down some more fragile compounds like terpenes and flavonoids.

Crude Hemp Oil Market Value

Crude hemp oil has also experienced a sharp decline in value, dropping from $2,066 per kilo in June to $1,016 in October. By December, Hemp oil dropped to $668 per Kilo, representing a 68% decrease in value.

Refined Hemp Oil (distillates)

When crude hemp oil undergoes distillation to produce an even purer product, it becomes refined hemp with a much higher market value. Refined hemp further breaks down into three categories:

  • CBD full spectrum oil , which contains all cannabinoids, terpenes and flavonoids.
  • CBD broad spectrum oil , which has been fully or partially expunged of cannabinoids, plant materials, and terpenes.
  • THC-free distillate, which is a broad spectrum oil that has also been expunged of all THC components using advanced techniques such as chromatography.

Refined Hemp Oil Market Value

Full spectrum CBD oils are the least refined and warrant the lowest market price at about $1,791 per kilo. THC-free CBD distillates on the other hand, warrant nearly double that price ($3,120) due in part to the expensive processing as well as the market demand. However, refined hemp oil overall has significantly declined from June, 2019 ($5,628) to January, 2020 ($2,528). As a whole, the three categories of refined hemp oil have dropped by 55%.

CBD Isolates

CBD isolates are the purest CBD products available to the market, produced by extracting all of plant components including, terpenes, flavonoids, and cannabinoids. CBD isolates come in granular or powder form and have no taste or fragrance. The final product contains 0% THC and is made up of 96%+ CBD.

CBD Isolates Market Value

Despite this seeming advantage, isolates are not as popular as refined oils. The average price of CBD isolate per kilo as of January 2020 is $1,624 which dropped from 66% at its price in June.

Industrial Seeds

Industrial hemp seeds are used to produce a wide range of hemp biomass, usually for grain or fiber purposes. Grains are derived from hemp seeds and used for products like food and beauty oils. Fiber, which is derived from hemp stalks is used for products like papers and textiles. Industrial uses for hemp represents a much smaller portion (approximately 13%) of the market compared to CBD (approximately 77%), but demand exists and supply is low, which means the price per pound is much higher. Moreover as prices have been declining across most hemp products, industrial hemp seed prices are on the rise.

Industrial Seeds Market Value

The value of industrial seeds more than doubled from May to October 2019, according to Hemp Benchmarks. In October, hemp seeds were selling for $5.59 per pound. However, since October, the price has steadily declined to $4.57 per pound as of the January report.

Trends Based on THC Content, Volume and Quality

THC Stripping

The USDA recently published its interim rules for hemp sale and cultivation, which determined that total THC content cannot exceed 0.3%. Moreover the rules define total THC to include THCA content as well through the following equation: (%THCA*.877) + %Delta9-THC.

This threshold is very easy to surpass, especially when plants grow to full maturation. Therefore cultivators whose crops test above the legal limit (known as hot crops) must seek remediation to remove the THC or else they must destroy the entire harvest. THC stripping services can cost about $1/input gram, thereby driving down overall profits.


Like most commodities, volume is a major factor in determining overall market price. According to Hemp Benchmarks’ January, 2020 report, the price of CBD biomass when purchasing up to 25K pounds is about $1.31 per % CBD per pound. By contrast when volume increases to 100K pounds, 1M pounds, or 1M+ pounds the price subsequently drops to $1.14, $1.01, and $0.55 respectively.

Extraction method

Extraction methods generally fall into the categories of CO2 or liquid solvent extraction (using ethanol or hydrocarbons).

In order to process hemp using CO2 , it must first be pressurized in metal tanks to transform from a gas into a supercritical fluid. From there, the CO2 solution draws the desired components from the plant such as cannabinoids, terpenes or flavonoids. The CO2 solution is later evaporated leaving a concentrated oil, shatter or budder behind.

Liquid solvent extraction uses solutions such as butane, propane or ethanol to collect the components from the raw CBD biomass. After extraction, these solutions are purged of the solvents, leaving behind the extracted hemp material.

Extraction Method Pricing

Carbon dioxide extraction is the safest method because it doesn’t leave behind any toxic solvents that could contaminate the final product. It’s also the slowest and most expensive extraction method, due to the steep cost of the technology. For instance a 5-liter CO2 extraction machine can cost about $100,000. By comparison, a hydrocarbon machine costs about $20,000. This higher operating cost may warrant a higher wholesale price if the market understands its value, but extraction method does not necessarily have a 1:1 relationship with wholesale price.

Machine vs Hand Harvesting

Machine harvesting uses industrial devices to cut, collect and transport mature hemp biomass. While this requires a large initial investment in machinery, it is generally more efficient and cost effective in the long term. Especially when harvesting hemp for industrial purposes, specialized machines can cut a swath about 40 feet wide through a field. This type of machinery is optimal when harvesting on a wide scale, but they can easily shatter seeds and compromise overall quality. Despite the fact that machine harvesting works rapidly, it may not be the best method when harvesting hemp for its delicate flower heads.

In these cases, hand harvesting may produce a higher quality yield because the process is more precise. Higher quality seeds and buds may also translate to higher profits. But in order to ensure the return is worth the investment, hemp cultivators must hire the right amount of labor, which can be costly. For example, if there are not enough people to hand cut the harvest in time, crops may over-mature and overproduce THC, rendering them illegal and potentially worthless.

Fast Dry vs Slow Curing

Once hemp is harvested, growers must immediately transport the plants to a drying facility to remove the majority of moisture content. On strategy is slow curing, which requires growers to utilize a facility that is between 60 and 70°F with humidity levels between 45 – 55%. This process helps preserve volatile terpenes, which can degrade at higher temperatures. It also provides an environment whereby freshly harvested hemp can continue increasing in cannabinoid potency. While this method certainly produces a higher quality product that could warrant more money due to a higher CBD concentration, it may also end up producing more than the legal limit of THC.

Heated dryers and continuous air flow dryers can be used to cure hemp quickly. While efficient, they can also compromise the seed and plant through overheating or cracking of the seeds. Additionally, during the aeration process the roof will be cold and could develop condensation without proper ventilation. That condensation can drip into the hemp bins and form mold buildup around and on the plants.

While the curing process itself does not directly dictate the price of hemp biomass or flower, the resulting quality of the product will. For example, slow curing may produce a higher concentration of CBD which will warrant a higher wholesale price, but if THC rises above the legal limit, the product is not sellable. Similarly, fast drying will improve output and ensure that the crop does not continue increasing in THC potency, but cracked seeds, contamination, and lower CBD content will all drive down pricing.

By Cannabinoid Level

When harvesting hemp for smokable flower, oils or isolates, cannabinoid levels matter. For example, CBD biomass pricing is directly dependent on the percentage of CBD per pound. With regards to distillates, THC content directly affects the wholesale price. As mentioned above, when hemp oil is 100% stripped of THC, it sells for nearly double the price of full spectrum oil.

Aside from CBD and THC, lesser known cannabinoids like CBG (will link to the blog) or CBN are making the biggest difference in price. According to Hemp Benchmarks the price of CBG biomass varies, but generally sells for around $22.42 per % CBG per pound (wholesale), equating to roughly $175 to $325/pound overall.

Market Supply

Regardless of product type or processing method, market flooding is the biggest factor behind today’s trends in hemp and CBD pricing. Today, cultivators can forecast 1,000 plants per acre and roughly 0.5 – 1 lb per plant. That equates to 500 – 1,000 lbs per acre, which can be doubled when planting earlier in the season. This may have sounded great in theory, but the reality of today’s oversupply of hemp means approximately 60% of growers cannot find buyers.

Future forecast

Today’s wholesale trends looks bleak but it does not mean doom and gloom for the future. According to trading platform, PanXchange , this type of volatility and oversupply is normal in emerging markets and will ultimately correct itself. After all, the U.S. hemp market is projected to grow to $2.6 billion in sales by 2022 with plenty of profits to go around.

For farmers, key strategies may be to grow a little less than capacity, set up contracts in advance, and safely store hemp that cannot be immediately sold. It may also mean changing strategies for growing, harvesting, drying and extracting to ensure that the end product warrants the highest prices. The hemp industry has an incredible trajectory and it’s vital to stay focused on producing the best quality product available.

At ACS Laboratory, we stay current with market trends and legal compliance so that we can better serve our customers. Contact us today to schedule a test or ask a question about your hemp harvest.

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CBD Hemp Price Per Pound & CBD Oil Prices Across the States

When we look at the CBD

CBD is the abbreviation for Cannabidiol. It is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid found in cannabis and after THC, it is the second most common cannabinoid in the cannabis plant. Due to its potential medical benefits, including analgesic, anti-inflammatory, anticonvulsant and anti-anxiety effects, as well as helping with neurological and gastrointestinal diseases, CBD has today exploded in popularity.

In recent years it is increasingly used in products, such as tinctures and oils, as an accessible means of reaping these benefits and imparting a feeling of relaxation and calm. If you are using CBD, it is a good idea to do some research to inform you of your dosage.
Therefore, the legality of CBD in each state varies depending on whether it comes from industrial hemp or cannabis seeds, flowers or plants.

Hemp is also called industrial hemp in varieties of cannabis Sativa that contain stumpy THC concentrations.

Hemp is grown for its seeds or fibers and used in skin products, clothing, and food supplements. The seeds containing around 30 percent oil are edible and a good source of magnesium, fiber, protein, potassium, and vitamin E.

Consuming hemp seeds can lower blood pressure and the risk of heart disease. Whereas, hemp seed oil can be used to make edible oils, varnishes, paints, and soaps.

Price Trends by Product Type

CBD Biomass (Raw)

This type applies to the product that includes plant material. This is what most producers use to create CBD. It is taken from the leaves and stems after the hemp plant’s Buds

Buds refers to the actual flower of the marijuana plant that is harvested by cannabis growers to use for medicinal and recreational purposes due to its high concentration of cannabinoids within the plant. These are generally the dried flowers and act as a key part of the female cannabis plant. It is also referred to as the “old fashioned” way of smoking cannabis seeds, flowers or tobacco. Buds can be sticky or brittle, but the highest quality of buds is rich in trichomes, aroma, and color.
“With its appearance and smell, I can tell these buds are high-quality”

CBD Flower (Dried)

This product includes the Bud

Bud is the part of the cannabis plant that is used by cannabis investors for its psychoactive properties. It’s often grown and distributed in small fragrant clumps further this actual flower is curved, harvested, and used for both medicinal and recreational purposes as they contain a high concentration of active cannabinoids such as CBD, CBG, and THC. It is similar to nug and can also be used for smoking, infused with foods, or extracted for cannabis concentrates if they are well-trimmed and dry enough.

“Oh, that’s some sweet bud! It smells like hay”

Technically, trichomes are “fine outgrowths or appendages on plants, algae, lichens, and certain protists.”
On a cannabis plant, Trichomes are the part of the plant that produces cannabinoids, terpenes and flavonoids. These control potency and flavor, among other things.
Trichomes are also a defense mechanism as they have a sour flavor and a strong smell that protects the plant against most insects or animals. They even protect the plant from fungal growth and strong winds.

The flowers often refer to the attractive part of the cannabis plant which can be a bud, grass, green, moist, flower, and so on. Although cannabis flowers do not have traditional petals, they are still the reproductive organ of female plants. The flowers are the most appreciated and consumed part of the plant due to its versatility, and offer many methods of consumption, such as smoking with a pipe or bong, or rolling it in a joint or blunt.

Cannabis flowers are sticky, crystal-covered, and hairy pieces that are harvested and dried for use as medicine. When male cannabis plants fertilize them, further these flowers generate cannabis seeds. Otherwise, they will continue to produce sticky flammable organic substances that hold active cannabinoids until they are yielded properly by cannabis growers.

“I prefer smoking flowers as they produce a high amount of THC.”

Crude Hemp Oil

See Cannabis Oil or CBD Oil

The hemp oil is taken from the plant through various methods. Some use pressurized C02 or other solvent extraction that utilizes ethanol or hydrocarbon. It has all of the Cannabinoids

Cannabinoids are the natural and chemically unique compounds found in cannabis seeds, flowers or plants that act on the brain’s cannabinoid receptors in the cells of the human body, and offer a variety of benefits for health, including pain relief and others.
There are over 110 known varieties of cannabinoids like CBG, THCv, CBN, and others, but tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and CBD are well-known because they are the most abundant and have euphoric and psychoactive effects on your body that motivate the recreational use of the marijuana plant. Often, to get more potent effects, cannabis products can be enhanced with CBD.
If you are looking to use marijuana as another form of medication, choose a strain with high levels of CBD as it is also used to treat Dravet syndrome.
“According to research, cannabis plants produce between 80 – 100 cannabinoids”

Terpenes are the unrefined compounds that provide the taste and smell in each cultivar of cannabis and a variety of other organisms. They are created by plants to defend against various insects, herbivores, animals, and other environmental hazards from harming.
Terpenes are responsible for the regeneration and oxygenation of a plant. Plus, it serves as potential immunity boosters in the human body and appears to provide immune defenses both to people who consume these sweet-smelling compounds and to the plants that make them.
Terpenes molecules work hard to give your appetite full of the flavor of herbs, tropical, citrus, diesel, coffee, wood, pine, skunk, and spices.

THC stands for tetrahydrocannabinol, the most common cannabinoid available. THC is one of the only cannabinoids to contain this psychoactive component, and therefore strains high in this compound have been cultivated by growers. THC-rich strains include Durban Poison, Bio-Diesel, Trainwreck, and OG Kush.
THC can be used both medicinally and recreationally. Among various benefits, it can also be a part of edibles, syrups, oils used via drops, tinctures, medications, and topicals for anti-inflammation.
THC is used on pets to relieve pain and calm anxiety. Marinol, a synthetic THC drug, is the only THC drug currently approved by the FDA.

Distillates (Refined Hemp Oil)

Distillates are produced when crude hemp oil is distilled to make a much purer product. It is refined and has increased value in the market (learn more about prices and where to buy CBD Oil in Australia). There are three categories of distillates:

  • CBD full spectrum oil has all cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids.
  • CBD broad spectrum oil has only partial or no cannabinoids, plant material, and terpenes.
  • THC distillate with no THC is a broad spectrum oil that has removed all THC through advanced processes like chromatography.

The market value for distillates varies by type. Full-spectrum has the lowest price and THC-free distillates get nearly double what full spectrum does. As with other products, a decline has happened recently with the current price for full-spectrum being $2,528. All three categories have lost almost 55% of their mid-2019 worth.

CBD Isolates

These isolates are the purest CBD products on the market. They are made by taking all of the plant parts including terpenes, flavonoids, and cannabinoids and can be made in granular or powder form. They don’t have any taste or smell and have 0% THC with over 96% CBD content. Oddly, these isolates aren’t as desired when compared to refined oils. The cost for CBD isolate is currently $1,624 showing a drop of 66% since mid-2019.

Hemp Seeds

Industrial hemp seeds are utilized to make various hemp biomass. Grains are used for food and products in the beauty industry and fiber from stalks are used for paper and fabrics. Interestingly, industrial hemp is only a small portion of the CBD market but demand is present and supply is reduced. While many hemp products have dropped in value, industrial hemp seeds have gone up, with the exception of the beginning of 2020. They doubled in price between May and October 2019 at $5.59/pound and dropped to $4.47 per pound. That said, they have held their ground more than other hemp products.

Cannabinoid Levels

No matter what type of hemp product you are dealing with, cannabinoid levels are important. A good example of this is when you are pricing biomass. The cost depends on the percentage of CBD per pound. Distillate prices are affected as well. THC content affects the wholesale price. If hemp oil is completely stripped of THC, it garners almost double the price of what full-spectrum oil gets. The other cannabinoids, such as CBG and CBN, also affect the price. CBG biomass sells from $175 to $325 per pound.

Supply and Demand

No matter what CBD hemp product you are producing or buying, if there is too much on the market, pricing goes lower. Current oversupply means that almost 60% of hemp growers cannot find a place to sell their product. Too much product means a lower CBD hemp price per pound for everyone.

Looking Ahead

While CBD hemp price per pound is trending downward at the moment in the States, that does not mean it is going to stay there. It’s a new market and is somewhat volatile as businesses go through a learning process. It will correct itself sooner rather than later and the market will grow and stabilize. Growers will have to adjust their crop levels, get contracts in place, and find ways to store hemp that can’t be immediately sold. Everyone in the market, be it hemp or weed, has to adjust and strategize. Prices always vary by product and state by state but quality products and proper projection of supply and demand makes the CBD hemp market profitable for everyone.

Learn all abot the CBD hemp price per pound. What is the current state of the the market and what trends might be expected.


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Can you drive while using CBD oil in the UK? Does it go on drug tests?

Many depleting CBD oil demand understandings of driving plausibilities, especially as they use this transportation to get to their offices, employer building, relatives houses, for participating in chores and more.

As designated drivers, you rely on your car, van or motorcycle to ride you around town, or from A to B. Most people use their transport every day, so if taking cannabidiol and want to use your vehicle, its fundamental to know if it is going to be restricted. Here, we discuss the implications of taking this supplement, whether ingesting it directly or popping to your local café for a CBD-infused latte.

CBD oil and driving laws

This can be a confusing area, particularly as its well-known that Cannabis is a classified drug in the UK, rousing cautionary discipline if ascertained.

Nonetheless, a policeman or policewoman cannot hold you liable since prohibited possessions remain absent. Concernment circulating permissible transport guiding ought to dwindle.

Can you drive on CBD oil while continuing coherently?

To summarise, yes. If consuming a non-intoxicating cannabidiol, then you can legally get behind the wheel. However, if using one with a high intoxicant content then you must not command any vehicles. That’s because this element can impair your decision-making skills, which means you may not have the same quick reaction timing as you would when not taking it. Likewise, it could curtail decision-making skills, so you could be at risk of colliding with a pedestrian or other cars.

If just getting equipped with it, then wait until you are totally accustomed to its effect. Furthermore, depending on your stated methods, you might need to pause for a few hours until it has worn off.

Will you fail a driving test while taking cannabidiol?

Not when declaring minimal intoxication levels with zero imprint on your ability to manoeuvre. You don’t need to tell your instructor or interrogation official either. You are probably better off using it the evening before rather than just before your test.

The only way you’d be considered unfit for the examination would be if you possess illegal substances in your blood, are visibly inebriated or you are on over-the-counter medicines which may make you sound woozy. If unsure, try communicating with your school beforehand.

Consuming CBD oil and driving in the UK

If anticipating perturbation about what you aspire to exhaust, it may be wise to check the lab results concerning the amount of cannabinoids in it. The majority of producers use less than 0.2 percent and use premium extraction services to eliminate as much as possible. By determining laboratory findings, you attest that it is completely safe to drive. Also, scan testimonials, brand websites, about pages and other means of information to fuel your knowledge of the said batch of goods.

What if you get pulled over by the police?

It is highly unlikely you would be stopped by officers. If they were to find it in your pocket, admonishment or imprisonment renders far-fetched as its lawfully available for buying purposes. You wouldn’t have your license revoked either by authorities. This would only happen if you were to take an illegitimate narcotic or if the following occurred.

If on some grounds they deem you unfit to be on the road, you may have to complete a field impairment test, collaborating in several activities, including walking in a straight line to reveal sober attitudes. Additionally, you may have to undertake cross-examination for drugs. The only reason failure ensues is exceeding consignments of THC of 2 micrograms per ml of your blood. This is why it is commonsense to accredit your item have low totals of it, then you do not need to worry.

If you reliably acquire your CBD’s you won’t need to be too cautious. As this domain is largely unregulated, it can be challenging to understand right from wrong when taking control of an automobile. Nevertheless, undertake real examining of your wares to circumstantiate wholesomeness. Never get into the driver’s seat if you ever feel weird, whether you’ve drunk a CBD-related coffee or eaten an associated snack. Feeling drowsy results in all kinds of accidental scenarios so it is always advisable to wait until you are sound-minded.

Many depleting CBD oil demand understandings of driving plausibilities, especially as they use this transportation to get to their offices, employer building, relatives houses, for participating in chores and more.

Is It Safe To Drive After Taking CBD? The Facts You Need To Know

CBD is a popular cannabinoid from the cannabis plant known for its medicinal value. Although CBD oil is not intoxicating, users should be aware of possible side effects—as well as the presence of THC—to avoid getting in trouble on the road.


Cannabis is an herb that is most well-known for its psychoactive effects. However, the plant is rich is many different molecules, and the vast majority of them don’t elicit psychoactive effects. THC is the primary cannabinoid within many strains, and produces a psychoactive high by interfacing with CB1 receptors of the endocannabinoid system. This psychoactive effect induces feelings of euphoria and creativity, along with drowsiness, sedation, and even panic and anxiety at higher doses. THC has been found to impair judgement, motor coordination, and reaction time. For this reason, many countries forbid drivers to operate a vehicle under the influence due to the potential danger this poses.

Many cannabis users may also question whether it is safe and legal to drive after using other cannabinoids, such as CBD. This is a sensible question, considering CBD does stem from a sometimes-psychoactive plant. However, scientific literature extensively documents CBD as a non-psychoactive molecule. For the most part, it is both safe and legal to drive after ingesting CBD. But there are some nuances that should be ironed out to make sure this is a safe decision for you as an individual. Let’s take a deeper look into the nature of CBD, and how it can affect brain function.


CBD is a chemical constituent found within cannabis. This molecule has surged in popularity in recent years, and continues to do so as scientific research clarifies its action on the body and its potential role in treating numerous health conditions and diseases. The cannabinoid is popular among both recreational and medicinal circles. Recreationally, the cannabinoid is used to induce feelings of calm, clarity, and relaxation. Medicinally, CBD is used for symptomatic relief, with the molecule displaying anti-anxiety, anti-seizure, antitumour, antioxidant, and neuroprotective effects, among others.

CBD is classed as non-psychoactive. However, the molecule can subtly influence mental state. What’s more accurate to say, as articulated by cannabis research pioneer Dr. Ethan Russo, is that CBD is non-intoxicating. THC achieves its psychoactive states by binding to CB1 receptors sites within the central nervous system. These receptors make up part of the endocannabinoid system, a body-wide system of receptors found on the membranes of many different cell types. CBD exerts many of its effects by interacting with the endocannabinoid system, yet in a more indirect manner.

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CBD isn’t directly psychoactive like its cannabinoid cousin THC. However, it can impact mood and possibly alertness by catalysing alterations in brain chemistry.

CBD is known to affect brain serotonin receptors when ingested in high doses, an action partly responsible for the molecule’s anti-anxiety effects. Additionally, CBD can work as a reuptake inhibitor [1] in the brain, allowing it to raise and maintain high levels of anandamide, an endocannabinoid that is molecularly similar to THC. CBD also inhibits the reuptake of adenosine, increasing levels of the molecule in the brain and contributing to further anti-anxiety effects.

Furthermore, CBD is also reported to act as an allosteric modulator, meaning it can either enhance or inhibit receptor transmission. More specifically, CBD works [2] as a positive allosteric modulator of the GABA-A receptor. In doing so, CBD causes this receptor to bind more easily with the neurotransmitter GABA. GABA has inhibitory effects on nervous system activity, inducing states of calm and relaxation.


CBD generally changes mental state by raising levels of anandamide and GABA within the brain, resulting in increased relaxation and decreased excitability. These effects are not intoxicating, yet certainly alter mood. Therefore, CBD will not impair function when it comes to driving in most people. However, it should be noted that some people experience side effects from the cannabinoid that could potentially lower driving capability.

Reported side effects [3] include low blood pressure, lightheadedness, and drowsiness. For these reasons, it is best to become accustomed to how CBD affects you on an individual level before taking it and going for a drive. If the molecule produces any of these side effects, then it’s probably best not to expose yourself to the roads. Instead, talk to your doctor and discuss why these effects are happening. It might just involve modifying the dosage.

Small doses of CBD are associated with stimulating effects that boost mood, whereas large doses are linked to more sedating effects. For these reasons, it’s better to start out with small doses when you begin driving with CBD. Additionally, CBD affects different people in different ways. What may be a small dose for one user might sustain more sedating effects on another. Find out what your tolerance level is at home, in comfort, as opposed to behind a steering wheel.


So, we’ve pretty much given CBD the clear when it comes to driving safety, but then the law comes in and complicates things. Many CBD oils contain small amounts of THC, with many European countries allowing legal trace amounts of between 0.2–0.6% of the cannabinoid. These amounts are so small that they are not likely to produce any intoxicating effect, unless the oil is consumed in vast quantities. Even in this event, the sedation of a high CBD dose will probably be the primary effect here.

Psychoactive effects aside, the trace amounts of THC in many CBD products may still put many drivers at risk of being prosecuted for drug driving. Many countries have strict zero tolerance laws when it comes to THC levels in the blood. If you are suspected of impaired driving in the United States, countries within the EU, and elsewhere, the police may pull you over and conduct testing using methods such as saliva. For example, in the United Kingdom, a THC level of just 2µg/L (micrograms) is deemed to be the threshold limit, and may result in fines and driving suspension if exceeded. Such small quantities can even be perceived as “accidental exposure”. These tests can detect cannabinoid ingestion up to 10 hours after exposure.


Ultimately, CBD isn’t usually considered psychoactive because it doesn’t cause intoxication or impair one’s ability to go on with their day as usual. Based on individual effects and dosage, CBD is most likely safe to consume before driving. However, cannabis has been a subject of debate and controversy for some time now. Due to harsh laws, minute levels of THC within the system can result in legal issues when it comes to driving in some countries. Seeing as many CBD products contain small doses of THC, it comes down to a personal decision as to whether this is a risk worth taking.

CBD is reported to be a non-psychoactive compound, making it safe to use before driving. However, side effects in some people may make them want to think twice.


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CBD E Liquid Calculator

Several customers have already told us about the benefits they’ve experienced from using CBD, such as relieving muscular and joint pains, and have not experienced any of the psychoactive effects caused by tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which are found in the cannabis plant. For more information, we recommend you read our guide on how CBD can help you.

Since their release earlier this year (2018), the pre-mixed CBD e liquids have already proven very popular, but a lot of people are interested in infusing their favourite e liquid flavour with CBD oil. CBD booster shots are far more powerful than the pre-mixed CBD e liquids, so it’s good to know exactly how much you should add to your e juice.

Using our easy to use CBD e-liquid calculator, you’ll be able to find out exactly how much CBD you will need add to you tank, or to vape neat, to get your desired daily in-take!

Deciding your CBD dosage

First, you should decide on your daily CBD dosage:

  • 5-10mg of CBD per day for mild symptoms
  • 30mg per day for medium symptoms
  • 50mg per day for stronger symptoms.

Users can experiment with their desired dosage depending on their level of pain.

CBD and E Liquid Measurements

Here are two examples of how to mix your desire dose of CBD oil with your e liquid using a 2ml tank:

If you are using the 500mg 10ml CBD Booster Shot by MIST: to achieve a dosage of 10mg of CBD oil a day, you will need to add 0.2ml of the booster shot to your tank, filling up the rest with your favourite e liquid flavour.

The entire 10ml of the booster shot contains 500mg of CBD oil. A single millilitre of the booster shot will contain a tenth of the entire amount of CBD oil, which is equal to 50mg. If your desired daily dosage is 10mg a day, you will need to split 1ml into fifths, which equals 0.2ml. There are around 20 drops in 1ml, so when needing a fifth of 1ml, you will split those 20 drops into fifths and use 4 drops.

If you are using Harmony’s CBD Pure Base booster shot: this is a slightly milder booster, with a CBD content of 300mg. This means that you will need to use slightly more than you would with the MIST booster shot. 1ml of the Harmony Pure Base contains 30mg of CBD oil, so you will need a third of that, or 0.33ml, which equates to around 6 drops of Pure Base. These drops can be added to the rest of the juice in your 2ml tank.

We appreciate that the mathematical process of adding CBD oil to your e liquid may seem like a bit of a hassle, so we decided to create this easy-to-use CBD Calculator. Using our CBD calculator will allow you to accurately determine how many drops of a single CBD booster shot you will need to reach your desired dosage.

In summary:

4 drops of MIST 500mg CBD Booster Shot in a full tank of e liquid = 2ml 10mg CBD e liquid.

6-7 drops of Harmony 300mg CBD Pure Base in a full tank of e liquid = 2ml 10mg CBD e liquid.

Use our CBD Calculator and step by step guide on how to add CBD from a booster shot to your favourite e liquid. Try it out and let us know what you think.

How to Mix CBD Oil With Vape Juice: Benefits, Warnings, Best Practices

Whatever reason you need or want to take CBD oil, why not try vaping it? CBD oil, or cannabidiol to give it its full name, is having a moment in the spotlight, and one of the most enjoyable ways to consume it is through vaping.

How Much CBD Should You Vape?

Vaping CBD e-liquid is even more effective than eating it or applying it topically, quite simply because when you inhale CBD oil you absorb more of it than you would otherwise. Also, whilst it can take over an hour to experience the benefits of eating CBD oil, when you vape it, you will feel the effects within a few seconds as it enters your bloodstream straight away.

Benefits of vaping CBD oil

  • CBD oil can dramatically reduce the number of epilepsy seizures a sufferer has every day – take the cases of Billy Caldwell and Alfie Dingley for example.

For anyone who has ever smoked a joint, you’ll be well aware of the benefits of CBD for helping with insomnia, as one of the most common side effects of vaping CBD is drowsiness.

People suffering from anxiety can have their symptoms alleviated through vaping CBD, thanks to its mood-elevating properties. In fact, researchers believe CBD oil could even treat other psychological disorders such as OCD or PTSD.

And CBD has even been shown to help patients suffering from psychosis, reducing their psychotic episodes when treated with cannabidiol.

If you have diabetes, CBD is a natural anti-inflammatory that could be used to help treat type-1 diabetes.

  • Finally, the well documented side effects of chemotherapy – vomiting and nausea, were the first symptoms to disappear in clinical trials with medicinal cannabis.
  • What you need to watch out for with CBD oil

    Be very wary if your bottle of CBD oil spouts specific medicinal benefits, as whilst trials have shown time and again the benefits of CBD oil, none of the claims have been substantiated through sufficient clinical evidence.

    Therefore CBD oil has to be marketed as a food supplement instead, despite the landmark ruling in November 2018 that allowed UK doctors, under very specific and incredibly limited circumstances, to prescribe cannabis to patients.

    Which means the industry is about to boom, with an anticipated valuation of almost £1bn by 2025 , expect numerous sham products to start floating on the market sold by unscrupulous sellers keen to get in on the action.

    So, as a consumer, you need to watch out that you aren’t being mis-sold low levels of CBD in the oil you’re buying. A report by the CMC found that almost half the most popular CBD oils sold on the high street did not contain the amount of CBD as described on their label, and others had levels in such low concentrations that their positive effects are never going to be felt.

    And if you’re going to vape CBD oil, you need to be sure that the oil you have is suitable for vaping. Because traditionally, CBD oil contains MCT oil which is not suitable for inhaling, in fact, studies have shown that MCT causes serious health risks. So always check that your CBD oil is an oil for inhaling, not a tincture for ingesting.

    Vaping CBD oil

    Luckily for you, at Vapemate we have a wide variety of premixed Ambience CBD ELiquid s, all certified free of THC and derived from industrial hemp sourced from the UK and EU, and all ingredients conform to the British and European safety standards.

    And to help you even further, we also stock the Teslacigs Mini Duo Kit which has been specifically designed for vaping CBD eliquids, as smaller vape devices are recommended for vaping CBD.

    How to mix CBD oil with vape juice

    But if you’re keen to mix your own, the easiest way to mix CBD oil with vape juice is to purchase your premade favourite eliquid, that way you cut out the faff involved with mixing your own eliquid. You can buy all the ingredients to make your own DIY Vape Juice.

    Most CBD oil manufacturers will advise you to mix one drop of CBD oil into your tank with your preferred vape juice, but if you’re new to vaping CBD oil, you might want to be a little more accurate about it in the beginning.

    Not only will the strength of the CBD oil depend on the results you are after, but there are a couple of other factors to take into consideration:

      The weight of the individual – bigger people will require more CBD to feel the effects.

  • An individual’s body chemistry. We are all created differently, what one person’s body can tolerate is not the same as another’s.
  • It is worth noting that most bottles of CBD oil will advise serving size either in number of drops – X drops, or amount per serving – X mg.

    It’s best to keep the dose low to start with and build up gradually as you get used to the effects of the CBD oil. Try vaping between 2-12mg of CBD per 10kg of body weight.

    There are a couple of ways of mixing CBD oil with vape juice:

    1. Purchase your favourite eliquid as a shortfill and add a CBD booster.
    2. Add the CBD booster straight into your vape tank.

    To calculate how much CBD oil you should add to your tank, figure out how much CBD oil you want to vape each day.

    For example, if you have a 10ml bottle of CBD oil that contains 500mg of liquid, 1ml of the liquid is equivalent to 50mg of CBD. So if you only want a 10mg dose of CBD, divide the 1ml into 5 parts and only add 0.2ml of CBD oil into your tank each day. Top up the rest of the tank with your favourite eliquid.

    How to mix CBD oil with vape juice: Vaping CBD oil is even more effective that eating it or applying it topically, quite simply because when you inhale CBD oil you absorb more of it than you would otherwise.


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    CBD For Skin Cancer 2021 – Possible Benefits, Treatment For Patient

    Few words are scarier than “cancer,” especially if your doctor is the one daying it. Even scarier than the word itself is that over 1.8 million people [1] are diagnosed with this deadly disease in the United States each year and an estimated 600,000 people die from it annually.

    Cancer can affect many different parts of the body, but skin cancer is one of the most common forms. The two most common types of skin cancer are basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma. Melanoma, a less common form of skin cancer, is more dangerous than either and has actually doubled in incidence [2] over the past two decades.

    Skin cancer develops most frequently on skin exposed to the sun which is why UV protection is so important. Treatment varies by type and severity, and certain natural remedies like CBD oil have shown potential therapeutic benefits for symptom management.

    In this article, we’ll explore the subject of skin cancer and the potential benefits of CBD oil as a treatment option. You’ll also see our top picks for the best CBD oil for skin cancer.

    best options CBD Oil on the market in (February. 2021)

    • Spruce CBD – Editor’s Choice
    • CBDPure – Top Organic
    • Joy Organics – Top Broad Spectrum
    • Medterra – Most Concentrated
    • Plus CBD – Best Spray

    CBD Oil for Skin Cancer

    Typical cancer treatments include excisional surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation therapy. Different forms of skin cancer respond better to some treatments than others, and the severity of the cancer may influence your oncologist’s recommendations. If you’re looking for a natural remedy to add to your treatment, either to counteract the effects of cancer treatment or to help manage symptoms, CBD oil may be something to consider.

    Though cannabis has not been proven to cure cancer by any means, several clinical studies have yielded positive results. Treatment with cannabidiol oil has been shown to help alleviate nausea [3] and vomiting triggered by cancer treatments and the results of several limited studies suggest CBD may have anticancer properties which may slow the growth or spread of skin cancers.

    Read on to learn more about hemp oil for skin cancer and to see our top picks.

    Spruce CBD

    Why is it better?

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    The Lineup At A Glance

    Most Concentrated

    • Wide variety of product choices available
    • Made in the USA, organically grown
    • Concentrations up to 3,000mg

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    Top Broad Spectrum

    • Choose from broad or full-spectrum recipes
    • Available in several flavors (and unflavored)
    • Free shipping and money-back guarantee

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    Top Organic

    • Made with certified organic USA grown hemp
    • Save more when you buy multiple bottles
    • Backed by 90-day money-back guarantee

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    Best Spray

    • Several flavors and concentrations available
    • Available in spray form for easy administration
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    Best CBD Oil for Skin Cancer 2021

    Spruce CBD

    Different CBD products come in different concentrations but Spruce CBD offers a medium-strength and a high-strength option to keep things simple.

    • Choose from 750mg or 2,400mg concentrations
    • Made with 100% natural lab-grade CBD
    • Subscribe and save 15% on monthly orders
    • Limited variety of products
    • Somewhat expensive compared to others

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    Though you may need to start using CBD at a low dose, once you’ve established your ideal dosage you’ll want a product that gives you the best bang for your buck. Spruce CBD offers high-quality cannabidiol oil tinctures in 750mg and 2,400mg concentration. These products are made with 100% natural lab-grade, full-spectrum CBD made in the USA. There’s no added flavor and no other ingredients aside from organic hemp seed oil as a carrier oil.


    It’s important to be careful with what you put in your body and no one knows that better than CBD Pure. Their CBD oils are certified organic with no additives or contaminants.

    • Made with certified organic USA grown hemp
    • Save more when you buy multiple bottles
    • Backed by 90-day money-back guarantee
    • Limited product variety

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    When you want the best nature has to offer, you can count on CBD Pure. This company uses GMO-free certified organic CBD from hemp grown in Colorado and Washington. Their oils are free from additives and contaminants, plus they are third-party lab tested for safety. Choose from three concentrations – 300mg, 600mg, or 1,000mg – and receive a multi-bottle discount along with a 9-day money-back guarantee.

    Joy Organics

    There are science-backed benefits to whole-plant CBD oil, but sometimes you just want a product that contains CBD and nothing more. That’s where Joy Organics comes in.

    • Choose from broad or full-spectrum recipes
    • Available in several flavors (and unflavored)
    • Free shipping and money-back guarantee
    • Somewhat more expensive than others

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    At Joy Organics, you’ll have no trouble finding the perfect CBD product to suit your needs. Though they do offer full-spectrum options, you’ll find several flavors (including an unflavored formula) for broad-spectrum CBD oils completely free from tetrahydrocannabinol. All of their CBD oils are available in different concentrations up to 1,350mg and all are lab-tested and backed by a money-back guarantee. Order now for free shipping!


    High-quality CBD is worth its weight in gold but you won’t have to pay a fortune with Medterra. Not only are their CBD oils affordable, but they come in high concentrations.

    • Wide variety of product choices available
    • Made in the USA, organically grown
    • Concentrations up to 3,000mg
    • Some may be confused about full vs broad spectrum

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    Many people react differently to CBD and your body may need a higher dose than someone else to achieve the desired health benefit. If you’re looking for a highly concentrated CBD oil that won’t cost an arm and a leg, try Medterra. Choose from a variety of concentrations (including 3,000mg), all made with organically grown, GMO-free hemp made in the USA. To give your immune system a jump, you may even want to try Medterra CBD Immune Boost drops fortified with elderberry, echinacea, ginger, and vitamin D.

    Plus CBD

    When you first start using CBD, you may struggle to use traditional CBD oil tinctures. With Plus CBD you can start with a simple spray then graduate to using oil at higher doses.

    • Several flavors and concentrations available
    • Available in spray form for easy administration
    • Save 20% with automatic monthly deliveries
    • Somewhat pricey compared to others

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    Using CBD for its health benefits is a no-brainer, but it can take time to get used to administering it. If you’re not sure how to use CBD oil, why not start with a spray from Plus CBD? This company offers high-quality flavored and unflavored oils and sprays in several concentrations, all made with full-spectrum hemp extract. Save with 20% off and free shipping when you start an automatic monthly order.

    What is Skin Cancer?

    The National Cancer Institute [4] describes cancer as a collection of related diseases in which the body’s cells begin to divide abnormally and spread into the surrounding tissue. The human body is made up of trillions of cells which are constantly growing and dividing to form new cells as needed. When cells become damaged or old, they die off so new ones can take their place. Cancer changes this process.

    When cancer develops, the normal process of cell division and cell death breaks down. Abnormal cells form, old or damaged cells survive when they shouldn’t, and new cells form unnecessarily. Those extra cells can divide rapidly, forming a growth called a tumor. The primary difference between normal and cancer cells is the rate at which they grow and divide. Cancer cells are less specialized than normal cells, but they can still influence the healthy cells, molecules, and blood vessels in the surrounding area – the tumor microenvironment [5] .

    Skin cancer is simply the abnormal growth of skin cells. It happens most often on skin that has been exposed to the sun, but can also occur in other areas. There are three main types.

    Types of Skin Cancer

    Generally speaking, skin cancers are divided into two categories: melanoma and non-melanoma skin cancers. Skin cancer tends to start in the outer layer of the skin where it is visible to the naked eye, making early diagnosis a little easier than other forms of cancer.

    • Basal cell carcinoma
    • Squamous cell carcinoma
    • Merkel cell cancer
    • Melanoma

    The first two of these are less aggressive than the final two. Basal cells are round cells found in the lower epidermis of the skin – these are the cells involved in 80% of skin cancer cases. Squamous cells are flat, scale-like cells that make up most of the epidermis. About 20% of skin cancers develop from squamous cells, particularly in areas of high sun exposure. Basal cell and squamous cell carcinoma are sometimes referred to as keratinocyte carcinomas [7] or non-melanoma skin cancer.

    Merkel cell cancer is a rare, highly aggressive, and fast-growing form of skin cancer. It develops in the hormone-producing cells found just beneath the skin, typically on the head and neck area. It is also known as neuroendocrine carcinoma of the skin. Melanoma affects the pigment-producing cells in the skin called melanocytes and it is the most serious form of skin cancer. Other rare skin cancers include lymphomas, Karposi sarcoma, and skin adnexal tumors.

    How is Skin Cancer Usually Treated?

    Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United States and it has become a major public health concern. As such, it has been the subject of a great deal of research which has led to the development of numerous modern treatments. Even with these modern developments, however, the average cost of treatment for cancer patients exceeds $8 billion each year [8] .

    Here are some of the most common options for treatment:

    • Excisional surgery
    • Mohs surgery
    • Cryotherapy
    • Curettage
    • Radiation therapy
    • Chemotherapy
    • Photodynamic therapy

    Though many modern cancer treatments are effective, they can be expensive and, in some cases, dangerous. The authors of a 2018 review published in the International Journal of Molecular Sciences suggest phytochemicals may be the next breakthrough [9] in safe, effective, and affordable cancer therapies. Phytochemicals are simply biologically active compounds derived from plants.

    Many phytochemicals exert anticarcinogenic effects due to their anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, anti-angiogenic, and anti-proliferative properties. Cannabinoids are a group of phytochemicals that have shown promising results for cancer patients.

    Cannabis Skin Cancer Treatment

    Cannabinoids are naturally occurring compounds derived from the cannabis plant. Cannabidiol (CBD) [10] is the cannabinoid most highly concentrated in the Cannabis sativa (hemp) variety while tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) is more highly concentrated in Cannabis indica (marijuana). Both have shown therapeutic potential for cancer.

    The thing to remember about cannabis, particularly in the treatment of cancer, is that there is a big difference between CBD and THC. While cannabidiol is non-psychoactive, THC can produce a high along with unwanted effects like euphoria or sedation. CBD is legal in the United States [11] as long as it contains less than 0.3% tetrahydrocannabinol but you may need a prescription if you want to try medical cannabis, depending what state you live in.

    When it comes to cannabis for skin cancer, there are many types to consider. Medical cannabis (or medical marijuana) is typically inhaled, though you can find edible forms as well. cannabidiol comes in oil tinctures, topical products, edibles, and vape juice. The form you choose may depend on the symptoms you’re trying to address. CBD oil is always a good place to start because you can control the dosage and scale it as needed.

    What Does CBD Oil Do?

    Cannabis has long been used as a natural remedy for various conditions but because it has long been restricted, clinical research is limited. Over the past decade, however, numerous studies have led to important discoveries about cannabinoids like CBD and THC as well as their impact on the human body.

    The therapeutic effects of cannabinoids have largely been attributed to their impact on the endocannabinoid system (ECS) in the human body. The endocannabinoid system is a complex cell signaling system that plays a role in regulating important bodily functions [12] and in maintaining biological homeostasis. By acting on various cannabinoid receptors in the ECS, cannabidiol offers anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, analgesic [13] , and anxiolytic [14] benefits.

    Though more research is needed, some studies have shown cannabis oil to provide various anticancer benefits. According to a review of CBD as an anticancer drug [15] , it has been shown to “successfully induce cell death, inhibit cell migration and invasion in vitro, decrease tumor size, vascularization, growth, and weight, and increase survival and induce tumor regression.”

    This particular quote relates to the use of cannabidiol for glioma, a type of malignant brain cancer, but similar effects have been observed in cases of lung, colorectal, prostate cancer, and lymphoma. Though the effects of CBD on other types of cancer are less well researched, smaller studies have shown promising results.

    How to Use CBD Oil for Skin Cancer

    Cannabis oil is by no means a proven treatment for any form of cancer, but numerous studies have demonstrated its potential anti-cancer benefits. In a 2018 review [16] published in the International Journal of Molecular Sciences, CBD was shown to decelerate tumor progression in breast cancer patients. In one 2015 study, treatment with THC resulted in autophagy-dependent apoptosis in melanoma [17] . In other words it helped encourage the death of melanoma cells.

    Clinical trials and scientific studies regarding the use of CBD oil for skin cancer are limited. Regardless of any benefit in treating the skin cancer itself, cancer patients may benefit from the anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving benefits of cannabidiol oil.

    When shopping for CBD oil, it’s important to search for a company that uses high-quality hemp-derived cannabis oil. CBD products should be tested by a third-party lab for purity and potency, and you should check for added ingredients as well. There is no standard dosage for cannabidiol products, so follow your doctor’s advice. Dosing guidelines vary depending on the concentration of the product you choose, so refer to the instructions on the package as well.

    Side Effects of Cancer Treatment

    Though CBD may not be a cure for skin cancer, it may help with pain and inflammation. Studies also show that CBD may help relieve side effects related to conventional treatment. In one study [18] , patients taking CBD experienced a reduction in chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting. In another, a THC:CBD extract helped relieve intractable cancer-related pain [19] .

    Before taking CBD, it’s important to talk to your doctor. Though cannabidiol is generally recognized as safe, it has the potential to interact with certain medications. Talk to your doctor about the right starting dose and follow up as you start noticing the effects of the treatment so you can make adjustments as needed. It may take some trial and error to find the right dose.
    Be aware that CBD has the potential to cause side effects [20] of its own as well. These tend to be mild, however, and generally include things like diarrhea, drowsiness, and changes in appetite.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    There is no evidence to suggest CBD can cure skin cancer, but it may help alleviate some of the pain and inflammation related to the condition itself or your treatments for it.

    There is no standard dosage for CBD oil but dosages up to 1,500mg per day [21] have been well tolerated. Talk to your doctor to determine a starting dosage then increase your dosage gradually, if needed, until you reach the desired effect.

    Yes, CBD oil is legal as long as it contains less than 0.3% tetrahydrocannabinol. If you want to try medical marijuana, you may need a prescription and/or a medical marijuana card, depending what state you live in.

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    About Kate Barrington, Health Expert

    Kate Barrington holds a Bachelor’s degree in English and is the published author of several self-help books and nutrition guides. Also an avid dog lover and adoring owner of three cats, Kate’s love for animals has led her to a successful career as a freelance writer specializing in pet care and nutrition. Kate holds a certificate in fitness nutrition and enjoys writing about health and wellness trends — she also enjoys crafting original recipes. In addition to her work as a ghostwriter and author, Kate is also a blogger for a number of organic and natural food companies as well as a columnist for several pet magazines.

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    CBD Oil (The Legal Kind) and Skin Cancer

    The state where I live, Indiana, isn’t known for being particularly progressive. CBD oil was a hot topic in legislation for a long time before our governor signed a bill in March 2018 making it legal to possess CBD oil, as long as it contained 0.3 percent THC or less. For some people, this law was extremely overdue to be passed.

    What does CBD oil do?

    Why the interest in getting a law passed making it legal to possess CBD oil? CBD oil has been claimed as being beneficial in helping with chronic pain, multiple sclerosis, epilepsy, anxiety and depression, schizophrenia, and skin cancer. Yes, skin cancer!

    CBD oil studies have shown that it can encourage abnormal cell death. It can also slow the growth and spread of cancer. Would it help me? I’ve had skin cancer for over 20 years. I know the apprehension of discovering a new, suspicious area on my skin. I know the frustration of yet another skin check at the dermatologist’s office where I have an area that has to be biopsied. So when it became legal to have non-THC CBD oil, I thought I would give it a try.

    Experimenting with CBD oil

    The first thing I learned is that there is a difference in CBD oils. My first purchase was from a healthy foods store. The store worker told me what she would recommend for me, and suggested that I should take it once a day. The label on the bottle indicated it was flavorless, but I have to tell you that I really struggled with ingesting that CBD oil. It wasn’t exactly flavorless; it tasted like I was drinking dirt. And it was thick.

    After four weeks of once-daily ingestion, I couldn’t really tell a difference in how I felt from before I took it, but I noticed that my skin was looking clearer. However, trying to take the CBD oil was still causing difficulties, and I was ready to give up. It was that disgusting. I decided to instead put it directly on a couple of small areas of actinic keratosis on my face. I applied it at night before bed and covered with a bandage. Four nights later, I noticed that the areas were shrinking! This was encouraging.

    Finding better quality CBD

    Around that time, a CBD oil store opened near my home. I stopped by one day after work and asked if all CBD oils were as icky as the one I was taking. The salesperson told me what they sold was completely different. It was available in flavors, and I chose peppermint.

    When I got home and tried it, I was amazed at the difference. What I purchased in the CBD oil store was completely clear, slightly flavored with peppermint (although no flavoring was necessary for me to be able to take it without gagging), and it didn’t have the consistency of motor oil. (You can see the difference in the photo below.) Lesson learned – buy good quality CBD oil, which makes it much easier to take.

    Skin check time!

    When it was time for my next dermatologist’s appointment for a skin check, I had been taking CBD oil for a little over two months. I told my dermatologist that I was taking it, and she said that it is an anti-inflammatory so it definitely couldn’t hurt to take it. And for the first time in many appointments, I had nothing that needed biopsied or was causing concern.

    Coincidence? Possibly. CBD oil use? Possibly. It’s still early on, and even some of the information I read stated that more studies are needed on the use of CBD oil for skin cancer treatment, but so far it sounds promising!

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    Do you still use the CBD for your skin cancer? Still say it’s helpful? Do u apply it externally to? I’d like to buy some off the THM website but don’t know which to buy to help with that? Any suggestions?

    @annad Yes, CBD salves or serums.
    Judy, Moderator

    Hi, Anna! Thanks for your questions. I ran out of the CBD oil I was taking quite some time ago and for whatever reason haven’t yet been back to the store to get more. Oddly enough, though, once I stopped taking it I saw an increase in areas that needed treated or biopsied, so I’m planning on starting it again. I was taking 500 mg tincture orally, half a dropper twice a day. You may also want to look for a salve or serum to use on your skin. I’ve used the salve, which I found did help to shrink areas. If you’re ordering online, be sure to check the reviews because there can be a big difference in quality between brands. Where I live (Indiana), CBD oil products must be THC-free, so that is what is sold around here. Maybe the site you’re looking at has an option to chat with them or email them questions, and they could then suggest products that may work better for you. Hope this helps! Judy, Moderator

    Thank you for your response! As far as the salve! You referring to a CBD Salve?

    Hi Judy! Thank you for sharing your experience with CBD use. How many milligrams did you take take daily? Are you still? I am taking 10 mg a day and wondering if that is enough. I am waiting for decision dx results, but I suspect being proactive at keeping a recurrence away is best.

    Hi, MaryRose! The kind I took (I’ve run out and need to get more) is 500 mg of CBD oil. I took a half dropper full twice a day (morning and night). I’ve derinitely seen a decline in the number of new skin cancer areas since I’ve started taking it!

    Hi Judy.
    Ok. That seems to be the standard amount. Thanks for taking the time to get back to me.

    Is it possible to use CBD oil for skin cancer treatment? An advocate shares her experience trying out different CBD oils to improve her actinic keratosis.