Delta-8 THC - Does It Get You High?

The days of buying edibles with an unknown amount of cannabinoids are behind us. Since 2018 with the passing of the Farm Bill, selling cannabis sativa, or hemp, products are legal throughout the United States making finding potent, consistent, and delicious edibles the way of the future. Green Goddess Bakery has been dedicated to providing high-quality cannabis products for over 4 years. Crafting their specialty herbal infusions, cannabis drinks, sweet treats, and more using hemp based delta-8

Cannabis and Fibromyalgia

Recent research regarding CBD shows its wide-ranging therapeutic potential, which has piqued interest for its potential healing properties in other fields of treatment, including fibromyalgia.Cannabis comes in numerous forms and can provide relief from symptoms of fibromyalgia due to its extensive therapeutic index. Apart from cannabis’s general complexities, productively utilizing cannabis products will undoubtedly allow holistic attributes to promote wellness best. CBD has proved to be an effective form of therapy for assisting in symptom management for fibromyalgia, including pain attenuation when used to modulate the body’s endocannabinoid system.

Cannabis 101

In recent years conversations about cannabis have been happening more frequently. Often hearing extreme opinions on either side, there are few resources interested in providing a clear picture of the complex plant. Scientists are also learning new things all the time, and being able to navigate the basics of cannabis can feel overwhelming. Luckily, the basics of cannabis don’t change, only evolve. Most people can get by with a basic understanding of cannabinoids, the endocannabinoid system, and two most studied, and often notorious, molecules : tetrahydrocannabinol and cannabidiol.

CBD For Sleep, Anxiety, and Pain Management

In 2019 26% of Americans used Cannabidiol (CBD). Now legal in the United States, hemp-derived CBD is available in a wide range of products. With CBD sales expected to exceed $20 billion in the U.S. alone by 2024, it's no wonder we all know someone who uses it. There are many opinions and anecdotal claims that CBD can cure everything from symptoms of a restless night, anxiety, and pain. With misinformation running rampant, people wonder if CBD is the cure-all others claim it to be.

Pets and Cannabidiol

Cannabidiol (CBD) is accessible to anyone in the United States, not to mention found in countless items across multiple marketplaces. The rush of new CBD products has extended to the pets in our lives, but this leaves many pet parents pondering the possibilities of what CBD can treat. There are differences between a human's endocannabinoid system and that of our pet companions. However, new research shows that the animals in our lives can benefit just as much as we do. CBD can aid in the treatment of arthritis, inflammation, general pain management, and even seizures, by way bringing our endocannabinoid system to a state of homeostasis.

The Tea on Tinctures

Many of us can agree that the United States has a fascinating history of cannabis. Having once been a necessity by law to grow, the US has had a fickle relationship with it over the years. In its earliest forms, tinctures were easily bought in pharmacies and general stores [1]. Until around 1937, it was mainly an over-the-counter medication used to help treat many of the same symptoms that we use cannabis for today [2]. More recently, dubious cannabis-derived CBD tinctures have been popping up a

PAX 3™: The Official Vaporizer of

At Oregon’s Finest, we believe that the finest cannabis deserves an elevated consumption experience. Our team is constantly seeking out the latest, safest, most efficient consumption technology available to complement the quality of the flower on our shelves. This is why we’ve partnered with PAX® to provide our customers with premium vaporizers that we believe in. Cannabis is so much more than just THC, and PAX®’s line of smart devices allows the consumer to have an experience like nothing else.

Indica & Sativa: Not So Clear Cut

“One cannot in any way currently guess the biochemical content of a given Cannabis plant based on its height, branching, or leaf morphology.” Every day customers enter dispensaries, some for the first time. Usually, they’re equipped with a basic knowledge that “indica” means more relaxi ng and “sativa” means energetic, whereas hybrid is some percentage of the two (maybe?). Needless to say, many new and long time consumers are left wondering what “indica” and “sativa” exactly mean. The reality