What are the health benefits of hemp?

What are the health benefits of hemp?

Hemp is a plant grown in the northern hemisphere that takes about 3-4 months to mature. Hemp seeds can be consumed or used to produce a variety of food products including hemp milk, hemp oil, hemp cheese substitutes and hemp-based protein powder.Hemp seeds have a mild, nutty flavor. Hemp milk is made from hulled hemp seeds, water, and sweetener. Hemp oil has a strong "grassy" flavor. read more
Considering CBD For Muscle Recovery? Here’s What You Need To Know.

Considering CBD For Muscle Recovery? Here’s What You Need To Know.

Cannabidiol is having a moment. Though you may not recognize its scientific moniker, you've probably seen it referred to by its buzzy nickname: CBD.CBD is everywhere these days, and in a variety of forms. You can find it in capsules, gummies, tinctures, oils, balms, cocktails, cookies—even coffee sold at small-town bakeries. Its market share in the health and wellness space will likely only continue to grow, with some analysts estimating its value will hit $2 billion by 2022. read more
Understanding Hemp Sustainability and its Impact on the Environment

Understanding Hemp Sustainability and its Impact on the Environment

One of the many advantages of hemp is its natural sustainability.Over the last few decades, the effects of unsustainable practices have become more apparent than ever before. Accelerated climate change, inhuman working conditions, and a growing economic gap between countries are some of the biggest problems we face today. read more
CBD Oil for Dogs: What You Need to Know

CBD Oil for Dogs: What You Need to Know

As with any pet wellness trend, when it comes to CBD oil for dogs, there’s a lot of information floating around online. Of course, you want to do what’s best for your pup, which leads to the question: What do I need to know about CBD oil?The AKC’s Chief Veterinary Officer, Dr. Jerry Klein, explains what CBD oil is, what it does, and its safety concerns and side effects. read more
Psoriasis: how can cannabis help you with Annabis atopicann cream

Psoriasis: how can cannabis help you with Annabis atopicann cream

A chronic inflammatory skin disease with excessive skin activity which is manifested by the formation of typical centres covered with larger amounts of silvery scales. We can also understand it is a genetically-conditioned disease, a polygenic disease, when a number of factors contribute to triggering the mechanism of the disease. It is necessary to mention a possible joint disability, the so-called psoriatic arthritis; it is present in up to 30% of patients.  read more
Benefits of Shikakai for Hair and Body

Benefits of Shikakai for Hair and Body

Shika-what?!  Did she say what I think she said?  Is that a word she should be saying???  Raised eyebrows.  Shocked glances.No need to worry.  Shikakai is an age-old ingredient for personal care from India.  Let’s say it right, though.  It has the same rhythm and vowel sounds as “piece of pie.”  Try saying those two in order: piece of pie, shikakai, piece of pie, shikakai.  SHEE-kuh-kai read more
Dr.Bronner: Q and A

Dr.Bronner: Q and A

What are the “18-in-1” uses? Where can I find recipes and dilutions for your soaps?What does “Castile” mean? Is your bar soap also a castile soap like the liquid? What is the difference between your bar and liquid soaps?Which of your products are vegan? Do you test your products on animals? Find the answers in our new blog! read more
Natural Cosmetic Industry Trends

Natural Cosmetic Industry Trends

The latest research predicts that the natural and organic beauty market will reach $22 billion in sales by 2024. Natural cosmetics is a specific area of the health and wellness industry that has experienced especially exponential growth, as more people are learning about the dangers and health hazards of toxic chemicals in non-organic products. read more
The Difference Between Hemp And Linen Fibers

The Difference Between Hemp And Linen Fibers

Hemp and linen fibers are basically interchangeable - there is hardly a distinction between flax and hemp. In fact, hemp fibers resemble flax so much that a high performance microscope is needed to detect the difference.  read more
THTC/ The Story Behind The eco-friendly Consious Streetwear Brand of Hemp Clothes

THTC/ The Story Behind The eco-friendly Consious Streetwear Brand of Hemp Clothes

THTC (The Hemp Trading Company) is an ethically driven underground clothing label, specialising in environmentally friendly, politically conscious street wear made of hemp, bamboo, organic cotton and other sustainable fabrics.  read more
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