TERPENES vs. FLAVORINGS: Is there really any difference?

It’s important to know what you are vaping. The new world of CBD and THC vaping, has for better and mostly worse, taken its cues from the e-cig industry. They have marketed to underage consumers, filled their e-juice with synthetic flavorings, propylene glycol, vegetable glycerin, not to mention the 100+ chemicals in the nicotine oil […]

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Is CBD Snake Oil?

How Science Is Helping Hemp & CBD Products Surpass The Snake Oil Stereotype With an estimated 64 million Americans who have tried CBD, or cannabidiol, in the past 24 months (according to a January 2019 nationally representative Consumer Reports survey of more than 4,000 Americans) the importance of scientific studies in this space are more […]

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CBD Claims: Is CBD Harmful (to Humans)?

“Until recently, CBD was an under-­appreciated compound in cannabis. Growers actually tried to breed it out of plants, seeking strains with higher THC levels,” says Martin Lee, a cannabis historian. “It wasn’t until 2009, he says, that growers came across plants containing large amounts of CBD.” Upon its discovery, CBD has taken the industry by […]

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Don’t Get Busted: Avoiding Fake Lab Reports for THC

Lab reports, or a Certificate of Authenticity (COA), are necessary in to ensure that THC levels are below legal limits. Avoid fake lab reports with Kush.com […]

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Natural vs. Synthetic CBD & Cannabinoids: Everything You Need To Know

Over the past decade, the cannabis- and hemp-derived compound cannabidiol (CBD) as well as other cannabinoids have taken center stage in the ongoing revolution of natural medicine. This is mostly due to the work of medical researchers, who through numerous independent studies have found evidence of various medicinal and therapeutic properties in CBD. Today, both natural […]

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How to Prevent Mold When Curing Cannabis and Hemp

One of the most important things to consider when storing cannabis is how to prevent mold. Mold can occur in any phase of cannabis and hemp cultivation due to how mold reproduces. It sends microscopic spores up into the air in hopes they will find a nice damp place to land and grow. Since mold […]

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Hemp Storage Survey

Take the survey now: Harvest time 2019, the first federally legal hemp crop.  Farmers across the nation planted fields to pursue economic opportunity for their families.  We wanted to learn more about family farms, so  we visited the Farm Progress trade show in Decatur IL. Corn is a mature market where commerce flows freely. The process looks something […]

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What is CBD Distillate? Wholesale Pricing, Regulations & More

As more states legalize recreational and medicinal cannabis across the country, a wider array of products extracted from hemp plants will become available. Needless to say, these changes mean that retailers and consumers alike need accurate and up-to-date information related to pricing, legal status, and product differentiation.  One area in which legislators have failed to […]

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What is CBD Isolate? Wholesale Pricing, Regulations & More

When it comes to CBD (cannabidiol), most products on the market contain a certain percentage of CBD, along with other cannabinoids and plant materials. For example, oils procured from hemp plants generally contain 60-80% CBD, while highly-refined solutions produced through distillation generally contain 90%+ CBD. CBD Isolate takes this purification process a step further. However, […]

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Hail Damage Cause Major Losses to Central Oregon Hemp Farmers

Last weekend, Central Oregon was pummeled by hail causing widespread losses to local hemp farmers. Take a look: 🔊 Sound up! 🔊Intense #hail Friday covered the ground in Tumalo, #Oregon! More storms for the northwest U.S. today – we're tracking it on WeatherNation pic.twitter.com/FIXkd60Xnw — WeatherNation (@WeatherNation) August 10, 2019 August 10th, four inches of […]

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