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MEDICAL MONDAYS | CBD: Everything you want to start to know

Last updated 13th July 2020 Individuals take or apply cannabidiol (CBD) to treat an assortment of ailments, however, there does seem to be a stigma attached to it! Many people are unclear about what it is and how it influences the human body. Cannabidiol (CBD) has many medical advantages, and the public may not know of them. Items containing the

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The Pharmacology of Cannabis Cannabinoids and Terpenes by Dr. Ethan Russo

Clearly understanding the basics to pharmacokinetics: Extracts from The Cannabis Hemp Conference and Expo Published 22nd Jun 2017 | Updated 14th July 2020 Dear Dr. Russo, Thank you for your prompt responses to our communications and for your highly valued knowledge. Kind regards, Nicholas Hill The Hemp Club SOURCE, YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xtphZejvGhk

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Medical Mondays with PROJECT CBD

WHAT IS CBD? INTRO TO CBD Cannabidiol (CBD) is a naturally occurring compound found in the resinous flower of cannabis, a plant with a rich history as a medicine going back thousands of years. Today the therapeutic properties of CBD are being tested and confirmed by scientists and doctors around the world. A safe, non-addictive substance, CBD is one of more than a hundred “phytocannabinoids,” which are unique to cannabis and

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CBD SUNDAY @ The Hemp Club

18 Sweet and Savory CBD Oil Recipes to Help You Chill By: AMANDA SUAZO CBD oil recipes are the easiest way to incorporate CBD oil into your routine. Since it can blend easily into sweet and savory dishes, you can collect all the benefits no matter what food you crave. Since CBD doesn’t contain the psychoactive properties of THC, CBD oil

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The Hemp Club Monthly Organic UK CBD Review

CannaCBD – High-Quality Innovation for a healthy body and mind We received some samples from Gregory Land at CannaCBD, their products are totally organic, innovative and of the highest quality. I recently gave their Canna CBD Joint Cream to an arthritis suffer that promptly reported reduced pain and inflammation.  A fantastic product and highly recommended by The Hemp Club. Their Canna

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The Hemp Club Weekly – Saturday News Round up 1.12.18

U.S FARMING BILL Unsurprisingly There’s An Uptick On Hemp Shares On Farm Bill News Farm Bill advancing through Congress; legal hemp cultivation looming; shares up 29% By: Douglas W. House,  SOURCE: SA News Editor Nano cap Hemp (OTCPK:HEMP +28.5%) is up on triple normal volume in apparent reaction to its announcement that the U.S. 2018 Farm Bill is nearing the finish line, including a

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Farmers Friday – Discover Hemp

DISCOVER THE HEMP PLANT Hemp could just be the light at the end of the tunnel for our ecological issues and can massively lessen our carbon print; giving us, at last, a guarantee to our indeterminate future. The building materials and textiles produced from its strands outweigh the uses of cotton and cotton’s destruction of our planet.  Hemp will also

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Ronnie Cowan MP is leading a Westminster Hall debate on UK drugs policy and wants to hear your views before 3pm TODAY

Ronnie Cowan MP: “What is the one thing you would change in the current UK drugs policy and why? Ronnie Cowan MP is leading a Westminster Hall debate on UK drugs policy and wants to hear your views. Comment with your views below before 3pm on Monday 22 October. – – – – – – – – – – –

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As fields grow, Irish hemp farmers eye global market

Source: https://hemptoday.net/hemp-expands-in-ireland/ Marcus McCabe in hemp fields at Clones in County Monaghan, Ireland POSTED BY: HEMPTODAY OCTOBER 5, 2018 By Brian Houlihan | HempToday The Irish hemp industry continues to grow steadily, with 230 hectares (570 acres) of hemp sown this year in comparison to about 77 hectares (190 acres) in 2017. That’s an increase of 200% in 12 months.

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Could an Industrial Hemp Industry help the Channel Island’s Horticultural Heritage and Economy?

The Islands History: Let’s begin in the late 19th century, when Jersey’s staple crop was hemp, supplying the ship yards with materials to make sails and ropes. The 1839 publication “Primatae Flora Sarnicae, an outline of the flora of the Channel Islands” indicates that Hemp was grown between St.Helier and St Aubin at the time. During this period joiners and

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