User Posts: Sarah Jorczyk

Terpenes are the naturally-occurring essential oils in plants that help cannabis products, including full spectrum CBD oils, lean towards specific benefits. ...

We're often asked if it's OK to have a glass of wine or a couple of beers either before or after taking CBD oil. Is it safe? What effects should one expect? ...

When you build up a tolerance to something, you find that you have to take more of it to get the same effects. It's common for users of THC to develop a ...

Cannabinoids are the active compounds in the cannabis plant that produce its medicinal and recreational properties. CBD and THC are the two most well-known ...

Many CBD oil products are labeled with instructions to keep it in a “cool, dark place.” For many, their first thought is the fridge. But generally, CBD oils do ...

Both RSO and CBD oil are extracted from cannabis and have gained popularity for their medicinal properties. In simple terms, RSO is a highly concentrated ...

There are many factors that go into determining the “best” dose of CBD oil for someone. Your weight is certainly one of them. But it may not be as big of a ...

The most popular way to take CBD oil is by using a dropper to place drops under your tongue. You may have noticed that some companies selling these products ...

There are 3 major types of CBD oil products that can be purchased online and in local stores: (1) full spectrum, (2) isolates and (3) broad spectrum.Full ...

Most users take their daily dose of CBD oil by drops or dropperfuls. But did you know that there is a significantly more accurate method to measure your cbd ...

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  1. When you choose to ingest the cannabis product, it has to go through the entire digestive tract and is further metabolized by the liver. Its a much longer process and not all of it immediately hits your blood stream as it’s metabolized. It can be thought of like a natural “time release” effect by the body. Much of the cannabinoids are lost, hence the biavailability, but they are sent into the blood stream slower than sublingual (which is immediately sent into the blood stream, skipping first pass of the liver, so no natural “time release”). This is why it tends to last longer.

  2. Definitely contact them for a replacement, they seem to be excellent as far as customer service goes! They’ve also changed their packaging after receiving reports of this, and now it includes tracking and is padded.

  3. The $3.99 samples are the 3 single use packets shown in the picture! Not the bottles.

    EDIT: The samples have since changed to $9.99 to accommodate the new packaging and tracking provided, but they’ve doubled the amount you get in the package to 6 packets instead of 3.

  4. Hi there! In the first paragraph, I am explaining the differences between transdermal products and topical products, stating that “Myaderm Transdermal Pain Relief Cream is a CBD product that goes “through the skin” and into your blood stream.” Myaderm is transdermal. If it had any THC, there would be a potential for a positive on a drug test because it gets into the blood stream. The good news is that Myaderm doesnt contain any THC. I think you’re confused about the following sentence where I go on to mention topicals and how topicals do NOT go into the blood stream. Myaderm is not a topical. Hope that helps!