CBD Oil for Anxiety: How Does It Work?

CBD Oil for Anxiety: How Does It Work?

CBD Is Effective in Treating Anxiety According to the Studies.

In a recent article by Medical News Today, the authors answer the question, ‘Is CBD Oil good for anxiety?’ The authors found preclinical and clinical evidence that established CBD as an effective treatment for numerous types of anxiety disorders.

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CBD Salve For Pain Relief: Why It Is So Popular

CBD Salve For Pain Relief: Why It Is So Popular

Back when I ran a 4/20 collective with my brother, the first legal delivery service operating in the county, I didn’t make topical salve. I made tinctures. I first made tinctures because I was so afraid that some dying person would light their pipe in bed and start themselves on fire or leave a joint burning in bed and start a fire. I wasn’t worried about the fact that even though I was legal with the state, I was not legal with the feds or the local sheriff’s department. I didn’t worry about those guys. No, what worried me was the fact that I was delivering a smokable medicine to dying patients, many of whom were smoking for the first time in their lives. It didn’t make sense to me that non-smokers were being forced to smoke just to get pain relief.

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How to Store CBD Oil: Do's & Don'ts to Keep in Mind

How to Store CBD Oil: Do's & Don'ts to Keep in Mind

Does cbd oil expire?

CBD is a natural product and because of this it tends to degenerate and breakdown with age.

With proper storage, high-quality CBD products can preserve not only their cannabinoid content but other elements such as terpenes and flavonoids as well.

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How To Choose The Right CBD Oil

How To Choose The Right CBD Oil

I recall having an argument with my mother when she called to tell me CBD oil is illegal in Wisconsin. It took us awhile to figure out that she was talking about CBD oil with THC over the .3% limit for hemp. Once we figured that out, I could say, “yes, mother, THAT sort of CBD oil is illegal in Wisconsin, but the kind we make is quite legal.” She still didn’t believe me. She had Alzheimer’s already and the smallest divergence from ‘simple’ confused her.

On top of that, I didn’t think it was possible for mere mortals to confuse a subject so much, but that is what has happened to CBD and the magnificent cannabis plant. Which is precisely why I am writing this series of articles -- hoping to untangle the confusion.

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Our Fellowship Program and the Book of the New Beguines

Our Fellowship Program and the Book of the New Beguines

For over six years, we have had to put people off, hem and haw, and dance around the most frequently asked question, ‘how do I join you’? Finally, we have a complete and definitive answer to that: Join our Fellowship Program.

Nearly a third of our followers are in the industry and will never need to buy our CBD, because they grow their own plants, make their own medicines, but it is the people of our industry who are most willing to support us. When asked ‘how can I make a donation?’, we have to say, sorry, we are not those nuns. We don’t take donations. We earn our way by selling our tea, tincture, and salve. That’s not extremely helpful to the people who have no need of our products but wish to support us in some way . . . to help us in some way. We have been scolded for struggling financially without soliciting donations. We don’t want to beg for alms. We are a new age sisterhood and if we can’t earn our way, we don’t want to play.

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How to Use CBD Oil: A Beginner’s Guide

How to Use CBD Oil: A Beginner’s Guide

For whatever reason, people have forgotten how to listen to their own bodies. We tell folks, it’s CBD, it’s been outlawed for one hundred years, experiment. If you are taking CBD, you are part of a world-wide experiment.

We are not doctors or scientists. We are humble farm women who get the plants from the garden to the kitchen and then transform it to products we ship world- wide. We try to be sensible about things. And we are often surprised at the reluctance of people to start with CBD without someone specifically telling them how much to take, and what kind, and when. The vast majority of people, we find, could use some direction from a CBD doctor.

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CBD Oil Benefits: What Is CBD Oil Good for?

CBD Oil Benefits: What Is CBD Oil Good for?

If someone asked me the question, ‘what is CBD oil good for?’, I might just launch into a list of things people have reported to us, or things we have noticed first-hand from using it, but I might also say, ‘Are you talking about pure plant oil? Or an infused oil or tincture?’
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Side Effects of CBD Oil: Everything We Know

Side Effects of CBD Oil: Everything We Know

The Sisters have been working with CBD-consumers for nearly six years now. We have over ten thousand repeat customers. We have additional thousands of followers who are from the industry and therefore, do not necessarily buy from us (they make their own) but do show their support in many other ways.

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Hemp Root Tea

Hemp Root Tea

We have long been fans of roasted dandelion root tea and now, thanks to our relationship with a local farmer, we have hemp roots to experiment with. They were just delivered this past week.

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CBG: What It Is and Why We Care

CBG: What It Is and Why We Care

Cannabigerol is a cannabinoid that is identified in our lab reports and if you haven ‘t ever looked at the lab reports from SC Labs, we’ve attached a few herein for you to review.

The abbreviation for Cannabigerol is CBG and it shows on our test results for the plant material we use for our salves and for our tea as CBG and CBGa. CBG is just one of over a hundred chemical compounds found in the cannabis plant. Cannabis and hemp are two names for the same plant family. CBGa is considered the precursor or fore-runner to CBD because CBGa, the acidic form of CBG, breaks down to form CBG, CBD, THC, and CBC when heated. Fortunately, hemp laws that govern the non-psychoactive forms of cannabis don’t consider the potential of the medicine when regulating, just whether or not it is psychoactive in its raw, unprocessed form.

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The statements made regarding these products have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. The efficacy of these products has not been confirmed by FDA-approved research.These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. All information presented here is not meant as a substitute for or alternative to information from health care practitioners. Please consult your health care professional about potential interactions or other possible complications before using any product. The Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act require this notice.
Hemp Derived CBD. Less than 0.3% THC.