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5 Differences Between Cannabis Concentrates & Flower

By: Bailey Rahn        March 29, 2016 Cannabis concentrates are becoming an increasingly popular consumption method, but their potency and unfamiliar form can be intimidating at first. Many consumers will stick to what they know and never feel compelled to deviate from a jar of sweet-smelling flower. But cannabis concentrates and extracts have many benefits to offer you may not realize—for example, concentrates can offer cleaner, smoother, and less odiferous hits as well as discretion in the form of convenient, portable vaporizers. These five facts may be enough to get the cannabis curious started, but be sure to leave any other questions or advice in the comments section below! 1. Concentrates Go By Many Names Although the multiplicity of strains available can...

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What Is a Live Resin Concentrate?

By: Patrick Bennett        July 8, 2020   Once a cannabis plant has been harvested, there are many processes between that and the final product that can destroy the plant’s valuable flavors and aromas. Additionally, many extraction techniques purge terpenes and other compounds, leaving the consumer with an odorless concentrate completely devoid of its original essence. But live resin concentrates are able to capture the flavors and aromas of the living plant through extraction, compared to other types of cannabis concentrates. What Is Live Resin & How Is It Made? Once a cannabis plant has been harvested, there are many processes between that and the final product that can destroy the plant’s valuable flavors and aromas. Additionally, many...

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What Is The Difference Between Hemp & Marijuana

  Written By: Royal CBD CBD Oil Made From Hemp vs. Marijuana: What's The Difference? With so much false information spread online about CBD oil, one of the most common questions we receive from consumers related to the difference between CBD oil from hemp and from marijuana.  There are, indeed, many differences between hemp-derived and marijuana-derived CBD oil in terms of its cannabinoid profiles, effects, and legality. However, before we dive deeper into this subject, we's like to get a better understanding of what cannabis, hemp, and marijuana are and how they're different from each other.  Let's get straight into it. Differences Between Hemp & Marijuana What is Cannabis? Cannabis is an annual herbaceous plant with two primary classifications -...

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Edibles Dosage: How Strong Is Your Cannabis Infused Edible?

By: Dr. Dustin Sulak     March 2, 2020 Edible forms of cannabis, including food products, lozenges, and capsules, can produce effective, long-lasting, and safe effects. These forms of cannabis are also most likely to produce unwanted effects and over-consumption symptoms, which can be very unpleasant. The difference is, of course, the dose. Here, you’ll find a chart that describes typical effects felt at different ingested doses. However, there are factors to consider when choosing the right dose for you, which you can read more about below. The Right Edible Dose Varies Between Individuals Every person has a unique internal physiologic environment and can therefore experience different results with various medications. One person’s response to a dose of edible cannabis can vary...

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What Are Cannabis Topicals

By: Bailey Rahn     March 6, 2019 What Are Cannabis Topicals and How Do They Work? New methods of cannabis consumption are bringing us further away from the notion that cannabis belongs solely in a bong or joint – or that it has to get you high, for that matter. Cannabis-infused topicals are an example of how new modes of consumption are revolutionizing perceptions of cannabis as their accessibility, safety, and efficacy invite even the most unlikely patrons into the world of medical cannabis. What are Topicals? Topicals are cannabis-infused lotions, balms, and oils that are absorbed through the skin for localized relief of pain, soreness, and inflammation. Because they’re non-intoxicating, topicals are often chosen by patients who want the therapeutic benefits of...

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