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5 reasons for you to use CBD oils

Humans, an exceedingly smart and advanced race amongst the mammals, or you can say, a superiorly intelligent species as compared to all the others known has its share of difficulties and struggles. With the daily encounter of stress and tension enriched surroundings, it becomes utterly inevitable to eliminate the toll these goings have on human minds. As these were not enough in themselves to create complete havoc in the lives of everyone, people moreover have to find their way around life while experiencing physical pains and discomforts.

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Canopy inks BioSteel deal to enter CBD sports drinks market

Canopy Growth Corp. is acquiring a majority stake in BioSteel Sports Nutrition Inc., as the pot giant aims to quench the thirst of prospective consumers with a line of cannabis-infused sports drinks.

The deal, which sees Canopy acquiring a 72 per cent stake in the Toronto-based sports drink maker, represents the company's bet that aside from being a major cannabis producer, it can also be a big player in the US$50-billion global sports nutrition market. Financial terms of the deal were not immediately disclosed.

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What top cannabis brands are saying about counterfeit products

Big-name brands, such as Nike and Louis Vutton, are constantly counterfeited, but none have spurned a crisis quite like counterfeit vape cartridges. 

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03
Oct

What is hydroponic marijuana? Is it better?

Hydroponic marijuana is grown in a highly-controlled, indoor grow system that does not use soil. These systems use water (hydro), nutrients, and a soil-less growing medium to get the job done. A nutrient solution comprised of water and dissolved, inorganic fertilizers is directly supplied to the plant roots.

The most common soil-less mediums used for hydroponics grows are coco coir, rockwool, hydroton, perlite, or vermiculite. Growers may use one or a combination of these media to provide support for the roots.

Hydroponics grows are high maintenance, so we don’t recommend them for the novice grower. However, the control they offer with the decreased need for pesticides makes them a compelling option for cannabis growers with some experience under their belts.

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03
Oct

Cannabis testing market research, growth, overview and demand, forecast 2019 to 2025

The Cannabis Testing Market research report presents a comprehensive assessment of the market and contains qualitative and quantitative insights, historical and forecasted data, competitor and regional analysis from 2019 to 2025. This report presents a comprehensive overview, market shares, and growth opportunities of Cannabis Testing market by product type, application, key manufacturers and key regions and countries.
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Replacing ice with cannabinoids: Numbing pains

Medics have treated injuries with ice and heat for thousands of years. Therapy by numbing is an obvious asset, but a more intricate event occurs. The act of icing and applying heat to an injury falls deeply in tune with cannabinoid therapy. In fact, THCV and Cannabigerol (CBG) directly effects the same cooling sensation as menthol. A sensory system that ice also affects.

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03
Oct

Vape sales showing signs of recovery from crisis

Vape products, once considered the rising stars of the legal cannabis marketplace have struggled under the weight of the vaping crisis.

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03
Oct

The difference between CBD oils for humans and dogs

Just like in humans, CBD is non-psychoactive for dogs, but can be effective in treating arthritic inflammation — especially if the product is made from high CBD cannabis versus hemp

People love their dogs, to the point that many consider them part human. But have we gotten to the point where we can share both a walk and our stash of CBD with our beloved fur friend? When it comes to people and their dogs, is CBD use interchangeable? Where does the medicine diverge between man and beast?

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03
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Why these 4 professional athletes use CBD to manage pain

Many gym warriors and amateur athletes have turned to CBD for recovery, but what do the professionals have to say?

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03
Oct

Short sellers circle cannabis stocks as profits dwindle

Wall Street’s love of cannabis appears to be going up in smoke as vaping-related ailments and missed revenue projections are prompting short sellers to raise their bets against the industry, fund managers and analysts said on Wednesday.

Short interest in cannabis stocks, which reflects bets that prices will fall, has risen 55% for the year to date, handing short-focused investors more than $2 billion in profits over the period, according to data released by research firm S3 Partners on Monday.

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