Last week we learned that the FDA could be on the verge of officially green-lighting the first ever CBD product, while CannaDrinks in Canada found themselves in hot water, the CBD Testers Program and CBD Water were the talk of the town…

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‘Billion Dollar’ Epidiolex CBD Medication Presented To FDA For Approval

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In a groundbreaking development, London-based GW Pharmaceuticals, just announced its brand new CBD drug application to the FDA. The new drug, touted to be a billion-dollar cash cow for the company, integrates CBD for the “treatment of seizures associated with two specific types of epilepsy: Lennox-Gastaut syndrome and Dravet syndrome.” To read the full article please CLICK HERE.

What Is The CBD Testers Program And How Can You Join?

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Introducing the CBD Testers Program, a budding new community of keen CBD users interested in sampling the very latest products on the market. CBD Testers enjoy only the highest quality CBD products, at highly discounted prices. To read the full article please CLICK HERE.

Cannabis Infused Drinks Raise Health Concerns In Canada

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CannaDrinks may be all the rage in some parts of the world, but in Canada, there are some serious health concerns surrounding new products being formulated. Sure it sounds cool, to order some cannabis-infused drinks at the bar for you and your buddies. However, a leading food safety expert is warning that these cool drinks may be dangerous, and the public (apparently) needs to take note. to read the full article please CLICK HERE.

Does Regular CBD Use Lead To Tolerance Issues?

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First thing’s first: THC is the psychoactive compound in cannabis that makes you high and then sleepy, and is favoured by recreational users for its effects. CBD on the other hand, and here we mean medicinal CBD such as oils, topicals and drops, is being used increasingly, as nothing more than a health aid, by thousands of people across the globe. to read the full article please CLICK HERE.

Cannabis Creams: The Future For Healthy Skin?

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Certain compounds in cannabis are already famous for their anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and anti-aging properties. Take hemp seed oil for example, which contains the perfect ratios of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, which act as natural moisturizers. And that’s not to mention the various studies showing the connection between CBD and skin. To read the full article please CLICK HERE

CBD Gives The Brain ‘Positive Psychiatric Healing’ In Right Doses

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Cannabidiol has been shown to help people with a wide range of psychiatric disorders, including anxiety, psychosis, and depression. The mechanisms responsible for these effects, however, are still poorly understood. To read the full article please CLICK HERE.

CBDT Testers Program Could Solve Online CBD Mislabeling Issues

A new study has found that nearly 70 percent of CBD products sold online contained either higher or lower concentrations of the medicine that specified on the label. And if that wasn’t a problematic enough issue, the study also found that many of these ‘pure CBD’ products actually contained THC, the cannabis compound that makes you high. To read the full article please CLICK HERE.

CBD Water: The Latest And Greatest Cannabis Innovation?


CBD is the second most popular compound in the cannabis plant, and is already used by thousands of people to manage stress, anxiety, chronic pain, and a whole host of other medical issues. CBD is legal in many countries when taken alone, mainly due to the fact it has no noticeable psychoactive effects on the patient. To read the full article please CLICK HERE. 

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