Selling or Using CBD – What Common Uses Should You Consider?

Whether you are thinking of producing your own CBD products for sale, or simply using CBD, there are several different products to consider. Taking a look at these products is helpful in ensuring that you make the right investment.

If you are thinking of buying CBD oil, to make your own products, you need to know which products are popular. If you want to try CBD oil for yourself, it helps to know what products are available so that you make an informed choice. Let’s take a look at some CBD oil products, for inspiration.

Soft gel capsules

These softgels have become increasingly popular as a means of ingesting CBD. This is because they have no taste and are easy to swallow. It’s possible to use these capsules as easily as daily supplements.

CBD concentrates

CBD concentrates are not a product in themselves. They come in a variety of forms, including wax and shatter. However, it’s important to understand the benefits of CBD concentrate, if you are thinking of developing CBD products or using them.

The fact is that the large dose of cannabinoids in CBD concentrates is fast acting. This means that the positive effects of the CBD are felt sooner.

Vape oil

Although this product is referred to as vape oil, it’s actually a distillate of CBD. There is no oil present. It’s a popular means of using CBD. Generally, a vape cartridge that contains 100mg of CBD delivers about 1-2mg with each puff. This contributes to the average daily CBD intake of 10-30mg each day.

Skin and body care products

Using CBD oil in skin and body care products has become increasingly popular recently. Products can be applied to the skin, to help it deal with the stresses of everyday life. Problems that this type of product can help with include eczema, acne and other chronic conditions.

Pet CBD

If you are looking into which CBD products are popular, you may be interested to know that there is a growing market for pet CBD. This interest in using CBD for animals has come from research that suggests it could be beneficial.

It has the potential to help with conditions in dogs such as seizures, cancer and anxiety. There seem to be several potential positives of using CBD for pets.

In summary

If you are considering investing in CBD wholesale, to create your own products, you can use this information to show you where you are more likely to make a profit.

If you are someone who is interested in using CBD, it’s interesting to look at the variety of different products that are out there. Having this information helps you to decide which options for using CBD are the best choice for you.

Whatever your reasons for researching CBD products, it helps to have as much information as possible. This is because being well-informed allows you to make sure that you get the best value for money, by making the right investment.

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Why You Should Consider Vaping CBD?

According to various studies, vaping CBD offers a bioavailability rate of about 34 to 46%, which is quite higher than other consumption techniques. And that’s the main reason why more people are now switching to vaping a way of consuming CBD. But before you kick start your journey to vaping, it is imperative to understand what vape pens are and how to use them. Keep reading to learn more!

CBD Vape Pens: The Basics

CBD vape pens are essentially designed to resemble an e-cigarette. Most people are already conversant with e-cigarettes, which are often utilized with an e-liquid containing nicotine. Generally speaking, e-cigarettes were crated as a safer alternative to traditional smoking.

Vape pens are long, cylindrical and narrow. In fact, they can comfortably fit in the hand. They often work by heating up the liquid to vaporization converting it into vapor. All vaporizers feature the same kind of parts. A mouthpiece to breathe through, a chamber for your e-juice, as well as a battery. Nonetheless, they all work differently- the choice you make depends on your specific vaping needs.

Why Use Disposable Vape Pens?

If you opt to vape your CBD, then consider starting out with a disposable vaping device. They’re affordable and perhaps not the most powerful models available on the market, but they perform their job pretty well. They’re perfect for giving you a taste of vaping to see if you actually like it.

Even more, they come preloaded with e-liquid. The manufacturer will let you know how much CBD the cartridge contains as well as how many inhalations you’ll be able to take before it’s used up.

Most of these pens don’t demand any skill to operate. Many of them come pre-charged, so you won’t really need to charge the device up. Typically, you’ll just need to pull the gadget via the mouthpiece and it will be automatically activated by your breathing. When you inhale, the device heats and vaporizes the e-juice, and then you release a massive cloud of flavorful vapor when you breathe out. It’s that easy!

How to Utilize a CBD Vape Pen

Utilizing CBD vape pens hugely depends on the specific model you purchase. If you’re a newbie to vaping, you may want to consider investing in the disposable vape pens. They’re cheap, efficient, and easy to use. And they’re perfectly suited to those who’re planning to vape on a short-term basis.

Other CBD vaporizers are ideal for those you intend to vape the long-term. Whilst they come with higher initial costs, they’re definitely worth it, especially if you’re going to vape a lot. But you should always be careful to store your pen appropriately and keep it charged always.

Conclusion

Vaping CBD is an efficient way of ingesting the cannabinoid. But you’ll need to purchase a vape pen that’s well-suited to your particular needs. There are numerous things to take into consideration, including cost, longevity, e-liquid strength, style, as well as battery life. And when all these are catered for, it will be extremely simple utilizing your device. Https://blazedvapes.com/ stocks some of the best vape products- so you can always find something convenient for your vaping needs.

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Almost three million Wisconsin voters to consider legalization questions on Election Day

Exciting news! This November, ballot measures in 15 counties and two cities will allow voters to weigh in on marijuana policies in Wisconsin. The results could serve as a springboard for reform. The non-binding, advisory questions vary by jurisdiction — with some concerning medical cannabis and some focusing on legalizing marijuana for adults’ use. Find the confirmed list of questions by jurisdiction here.

Voters will consider ballot measures in the cities of Racine and Waukesha, as well as the following counties: Brown, Clark, Dane, Eau Claire, Forest, Kenosha, La Crosse, Langlade, Marathon, Marquette, Milwaukee, Portage, Racine, Rock, and Sauk.

If you are not already registered to vote, you can register here. For more information on registration deadlines, visit this page.

If you’re a Wisconsin resident, please spread the word, and voice your support Tuesday, November 6!

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Massachusetts to Consider First Recreational Dispensary; Delaware’s Third Dispensary Opens

BOSTON (AP) — Cannabis regulators may be closer to issuing the first retail license to sell recreational pot in Massachusetts. The Cannabis Control Commission was slated to consider on Monday, July 2, 2018, recommendations from its staff on a retail application submitted by Cultivate Holdings of Leicester. The company currently operates a medical cannabis dispensary […]
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Alaska Police Chief Named to Marijuana Board; Illinois Lawmakers Consider Cannabis as Opioid Remedy

Police chief named to Alaska marijuana regulatory board By Becky Bohrer JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — The police chief of the small southeast Alaska city of Sitka is the newest member of the state’s Marijuana Control Board. Gov. Bill Walker’s office confirmed Thursday, May 24, 2018, that Jeff Ankerfelt had been appointed to the board’s public […]
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CA Senate, Assembly Appropriations Committees to Consider Marijuana Legislation

The Senate and Assembly Appropriations Committees will consider a total of 12 bills that address marijuana legalization. The discussion will take place in Sacramento on Friday, May 25, 2018. The hearing will convene upon adjournment of the floor session. Drivers would face an infraction if caught using cannabis under SB 1273. Democratic state Sen. Jerry […]
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Alabama to Consider Decriminalizing Marijuana Possession

The Alabama House Judiciary Committee will be considering a bill that would decriminalize less than one ounce of marijuana.

Currently, Alabamans caught with small amounts of marijuana can be sent to jail for up to one year. These bills, HB 272 and SB 251, would change the penalty for possessing less than one ounce of marijuana to a violation instead of a misdemeanor. That means the penalty would be paying a fine of up to $ 250 instead of facing jail time.

There is real momentum to pass this bipartisan bill this year. One of the sponsors, Rep. Patricia Todd, said, “I haven’t talked to one person who is against.”

If you are an Alabama resident, please ask your representatives and senators to support HB 272 and SB 251.

 

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West Virginia to Consider Medical Marijuana Improvements

West Virginia State Senator Richard Ojeda, who championed last year’s medical cannabis legislation, has put forward a new bill for 2018 seeking to make the medical cannabis program more accessible for patients.

SB 487 would make several positive changes to the law, including allowing patients and caregivers to grow their own limited supply of cannabis. It would also eliminate onerous restrictions on doctors and make it easier for patients to qualify. You can read a summary of the bill here.

The West Virginia Medical Cannabis Board is also expected to consider changes to the current law later this month.

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Washington to Consider Allowing Home Cultivation

Regulators overseeing the Washington state adult-use cannabis industry are considering change in the law that would allow adults to cultivate cannabis at home. The Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board (WSLCB) conducted a hearing yesterday and is accepting written testimony through Wednesday, October 11.

We strongly encourage Washington residents who support home cultivation to submit comments. Comments can be submitted to rules@lcb.wa.gov.

All seven of the other adult-use states allow at least some adults to grow their own cannabis at home, and every state allows adults to brew their own beer.

The law directs the board to study home cultivation in light of federal policy and consider options. One option would be for the state to oversee home cultivation activities directly. Another option would provide more local control. A third option would simply leave the law as is and continue to prohibit non-medical home cultivation.

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Consider Eye Safety When Choosing Kids’ Toys

By Robert Preidt

HealthDay Reporter

THURSDAY, Nov. 24, 2016 (HealthDay News) — Are you planning to shop on Black Friday for holiday gifts for the kids? Experts urge you to keep an eye on eye safety when making your choices.

U.S. emergency rooms treated 251,800 toy-related injuries in 2014, according to a report last year from the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. Forty-four percent of those injuries were to the head and face area.

And a recent study in the journal JAMA Ophthalmology said basketball, baseball and air guns caused nearly half of all primary sports-related eye injuries.

“When giving the gift of sports equipment, Prevent Blindness strongly urges also providing sports eye protection,” Hugh Parry, president and CEO of Prevent Blindness, said in a news release from the group.

“An eyecare professional can provide guidance for the best protection for each sport and athlete,” he added.

Prevent Blindness also offers these toy safety tips:

  • Don’t buy toys that shoot or include parts that fly off, or toys with sharp or rigid points, spikes, rods or edges.
  • Choose toys that will withstand impact and not break into dangerous pieces, and be sure toys are suitable for a child’s ability and age.
  • Don’t give toys with small parts to young children, because they tend to put things in their mouths. And avoid toys with long strings or cords, especially for babies and very young children.
  • Dispose of uninflated or broken balloons immediately.
  • Read all warnings and instructions on the package, and always supervise children and show them how to use their toys safely.
  • Look for the letters “ASTM.” This designation means the product meets the national safety standards set by the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM).
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Consider Eye Safety When Choosing Kids’ Toys

THURSDAY, Nov. 24, 2016 — Are you planning to shop on Black Friday for holiday gifts for the kids? Experts urge you to keep an eye on eye safety when making your choices.

U.S. emergency rooms treated 251,800 toy-related injuries in 2014, according to a report last year from the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. Forty-four percent of those injuries were to the head and face area.

And a recent study in the journal JAMA Ophthalmology said basketball, baseball and air guns caused nearly half of all primary sports-related eye injuries.

“When giving the gift of sports equipment, Prevent Blindness strongly urges also providing sports eye protection,” Hugh Parry, president and CEO of Prevent Blindness, said in a news release from the group.

“An eyecare professional can provide guidance for the best protection for each sport and athlete,” he added.

Prevent Blindness also offers these toy safety tips:

  • Don’t buy toys that shoot or include parts that fly off, or toys with sharp or rigid points, spikes, rods or edges.
  • Choose toys that will withstand impact and not break into dangerous pieces, and be sure toys are suitable for a child’s ability and age.
  • Don’t give toys with small parts to young children, because they tend to put things in their mouths. And avoid toys with long strings or cords, especially for babies and very young children.
  • Dispose of uninflated or broken balloons immediately.
  • Read all warnings and instructions on the package, and always supervise children and show them how to use their toys safely.
  • Look for the letters “ASTM.” This designation means the product meets the national safety standards set by the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM).

More information

Safe Kids Worldwide has more on toy safety.

Posted: November 2016

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New Hampshire House to Consider Marijuana Bill This Week

It’s been a tough year for marijuana policy reform efforts in New Hampshire. The House has already killed several bills seeking to improve the state’s marijuana laws, including two bills that would have made marijuana legal for adult use.

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Fortunately, there is one important bill that still has a reasonable chance of passing into law. Sponsored by Rep. Adam Schroadter (R-Newmarket), HB 1631 would reduce the penalty for possessing up to one-half ounce of marijuana to a violation punishable only by a fine.

If you are a New Hampshire resident, please send your representatives an email in support of this bill today!

Every other New England state has already decriminalized possession of small amounts of marijuana, and the Vermont Senate recently passed a bill that would make marijuana legal for adults. New Hampshire residents overwhelmingly support legalization, as evidenced by a recent poll that found 62% support and only 30% opposed. However, it should be stressed that HB 1631 does not legalize marijuana — it would merely reduce penalties for possession, putting New Hampshire’s marijuana laws more nearly into line with those found in neighboring states.

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Utah Lawmakers Consider Two Medical Marijuana Bills As Poll Shows 64% Approval For Medicinal Cannabis

As the newest poll demonstrates, there’s strong support for medical marijuana in the sometimes-regressive state of Utah, which has inspired a sense of vagrant optimism as politicians prepare for a critical vote today. Up for consideration are two competing medical marijuana proposals – including one that was trounced by the Mormon Church the moment it was conceived.

First proposed by Sen. Mark Madsen (R. Eagle Mountain), S.B.73 would legalize medical marijuana for Utah’s residents with specific illnesses, allowing them to utilize medical marijuana in the form of edibles and oils … while prohibiting any smoking.

Political muscle…

Attacking the commonsense proposal with overwhelming zeal, the LDS church fired-off a response last week that claimed they were concerned the bill would have “unintended consequences.” Cognizant of the elevated level of fear mongering buzzing around the state, MMJ advocates were more than a little worried the church’s hostility would spark a downward spiral for S.B. 73 — despite the most recent poll showing 64% of the Beehive State’s residents support for medical marijuana.

Graphic courtesy of Utahpolicy.com

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(Learn more about Utah and its battle for medical marijuana)

If passed, the less restrictive SB 73 would put Utah on equal footing with more than 20 other states with medical marijuana programs, according to Sen. Madsen.

While Madsen reasoned that his medical marijuana bill is desperately needed by his suffering constituents, those politicians with a diminished spine and a strong tie to the church are thought to view the more restrictive plan from two other Republicans as the odds-on favorite for passage.

If passed, Senate Bill 89 would legalize a watered down form of MMJ for Utahans suffering from cancer/chemotherapy, wasting syndrome, AIDS and other debilitating health conditions. Allowing them to use a form of reduced THC cannabis concentrates to help alleviate their suffering. Originally sponsored by (R.) Sen. Evan Vickers of Cedar City and Rep. Brad Daw, SB 89 is projected to be so restrictive that only a few thousand people would actually qualify for Utah’s MMJ program.

Provided either bill passes its cluster of opposition, each bill would face a final showdown in the House of Representatives.

Good luck Utah!

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New Orleans City Council to Consider Reducing Marijuana Penalties

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Councilwoman Susan Guidry

Wednesday at 2:00 p.m. CST, the New Orleans City Council will consider whether to pass a new bill that reduces the penalties for possession of marijuana. Councilwoman Susan Guidry’s bill calls for law enforcement to give a verbal warning instead of an arrest on a first offense marijuana possession charge. The council chamber meeting tomorrow, Wednesday, January 27, will take place at:

1300 Perdido Street, Second Floor West
New Orleans, LA 70112

In addition to turning up to show support at the hearing, let your council members know you support Councilwoman Guidry’s bill by sending them an email letting them know where you stand on this important issue.

 

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Pittsburgh to Consider Decriminalizing Marijuana

While Pennsylvania patients and activists struggle with the state legislature to get a viable medical marijuana bill introduced, one local government will consider removing criminal penalties for possession.

Associated Press reports:

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[Pittsburgh] City Councilman Daniel Lavelle is expected to introduce legislation on Tuesday. It would give city police the ability to fine people found to be in possession of less than 30 grams of marijuana or eight grams of hashish.

The ordinance sets a civil fine of up to $ 100 and lets police seize the drugs. It would not supersede state law.

He said in a release that the bill will help end the consequences of unemployment, lack of education, and being stuck in the criminal justice system.

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