CBD’s rich history

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Documented history of hemp

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Emperor in China uses cannabis-based tea for a variety of health alments.

2727 BC

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Researcher William O’Shaughnessy brings quantities of hemp and cannabis from India to Britain, and introduces modern medical cannabis to the Western world.

1839-1900

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Federal laws begin to prohibit marijuana usage in the United States, starting with the Marijuana Tax Law

1937

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California becomes the first state to legalize medical marijuana, ushering the era of store-bought, commercially made edibles.

1996

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1790 BC

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Bhang eaters from India c. 1790. Bhang is an edible preparation of cannabis native to the Indian subcontinent. It has been used in food and drink as early as 1000 BC by Hindus in ancient India. Source: Wiki: Process of making bhang in a village in Punjab, India. On the Hindu festival of colors called Holi, it is a customary addition to some intoxicating drinks.

1874

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Hemp cigarettes were reported to be used by Mexican soldiers as early as 1874.

1954

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The Alice B. Toklas Cookbook is published, including a recipes for Haschisch Fudge and other cannabis creations.

2018

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Passage of the Agricultural Improvement Act of 2018, or Farm Bill, officiallly legalizes the production of industrial hemp, clearing the path for hemp to regain it’s standing as an agreicultural commodity in all 50 states.

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Emperor in China uses cannabis-based tea for a variety of health alments.

2727 BC

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Bhang eaters from India c. 1790. Bhang is an edible preparation of cannabis native to the Indian subcontinent. It has been used in food and drink as early as 1000 BC by Hindus in ancient India. Source: Wiki: Process of making bhang in a village in Punjab, India. On the Hindu festival of colors called Holi, it is a customary addition to some intoxicating drinks.

1790 BC

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Researcher William O’Shaughnessy brings quantities of hemp and cannabis from India to Britain, and introduces modern medical cannabis to the Western world.

1839-1900

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Hemp cigarettes were reported to be used by Mexican soldiers as early as 1874.

1874

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Federal laws begin to prohibit marijuana usage in the United States, starting with the Marijuana Tax Law

1937

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The Alice B. Toklas Cookbook is published, including a recipes for Haschisch Fudge and other cannabis creations.

1954

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California becomes the first state to legalize medical marijuana, ushering the era of store-bought, commercially made edibles.

1996

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Passage of the Agricultural Improvement Act of 2018, or Farm Bill, officiallly legalizes the production of industrial hemp, clearing the path for hemp to regain it’s standing as an agreicultural commodity in all 50 states.

2018

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2022

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Meet most-loved forms of CBD
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Tinctures

Tinctures are an easy, customizable way to consume CBD regularly. You can use the tincture dropper to drop CBD into your favorite morning beverage so that you start your day out with a peace of mind. Alternatively, you can drop the liquid under your tongue for 15-30 seconds for maximum benefit. If you’re looking to tailor your CBD experience without taking too much time out of your day, this might be the form of CBD for you.

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Capsules

Perhaps the easiest—and most familiar in terms of taking a daily supplement—way to take CBD is in capsule form. CBD capsules provide a quick, convenient way to wash down a bevy of wellness benefits that last all day long. If you’re taking a capsule for sleep, consider winding down with a full spectrum capsule for a serene, uninterrupted slumber. The capsule option might be best for someone who wants a quick, measured dose of CBD.

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Gummies

If you’re looking for a sweet, fun way to get your daily dose of CBD, look no further. Gummies are a mouth-watering, all-natural option that can brighten up the dullest of days. One thing to keep in mind is that full spectrum gummies (which contain THC) are a bit stronger than isolate gummies. Therefore, it might be a good idea to cut your gummy in half the first time you try one and wait up to a half hour before eating the second half.

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Topicals

A topical application focuses more on muscles, joints and skin support. It is important to look not only at the CBD in the product, but the other ingredients that can help support your muscles and joints. Consumers should avoid any topical CBD product that contains phthalates, plasticizers, or petroleum derived products like propylene glycol.

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01

Tinctures

Tinctures are an easy, customizable way to consume CBD regularly. You can use the tincture dropper to drop CBD into your favorite morning beverage so that you start your day out with a peace of mind. Alternatively, you can drop the liquid under your tongue for 15-30 seconds for maximum benefit. If you’re looking to tailor your CBD experience without taking too much time out of your day, this might be the form of CBD for you.

DISCOVER TINCTURES
02

Gummies

If you’re looking for a sweet, fun way to get your daily dose of CBD, look no further. Gummies are a mouth-watering, all-natural option that can brighten up the dullest of days. One thing to keep in mind is that full spectrum gummies (which contain THC) are a bit stronger than isolate gummies. Therefore, it might be a good idea to cut your gummy in half the first time you try one and wait up to a half hour before eating the second half.

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03

Capsules

Perhaps the easiest—and most familiar in terms of taking a daily supplement—way to take CBD is in capsule form. CBD capsules provide a quick, convenient way to wash down a bevy of wellness benefits that last all day long. If you’re taking a capsule for sleep, consider winding down with a full spectrum capsule for a serene, uninterrupted slumber. The capsule option might be best for someone who wants a quick, measured dose of CBD.

DISCOVER CAPSULES
04

Topicals

A topical application focuses more on muscles, joints and skin support. It is important to look not only at the CBD in the product, but the other ingredients that can help support your muscles and joints. Consumers should avoid any topical CBD product that contains phthalates, plasticizers, or petroleum derived products like propylene glycol.

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