If you are new to CBD or have been doing it a while, one of the first questions that are asked is how do we get the most out of our CBD? If you have never used CBD before, you may have a bunch of questions. We, here at the Medicine Box, are here to help you answer your questions.
Cannabis is an endlessly fascinating subject, but it can be a little confusing if you’re just starting to learn about it. We put together a list of commonly confused cannabis concepts to help you understand what’s in your medicine.
Medicine. It is in our name, and it is not a term we use loosely. So what exactly are we referring to? EVERYTHING is medicine, from our Soil To Oil philosophy to our final product. The functional ingredients we use in our infused products enhance the therapeutic profile of the cannabis. Join us on a journey inside the wholesome, quality ingredients that make up our consumables.
THC, or tetrahydrocannabinol, is the most commonly found compound in the cannabis plant. CBD, or cannabidiol, is the second most commonly found compound in the cannabis plant. Both belong to the family of cannabinoids, unique compounds found in the cannabis plant.
Today we have another round of cannabis questions and answers for you. You can check out our first round of questions on the blog and our cultivation Q & A video is on Facebook. If you have any questions about cannabis, we would love to hear from you!
As we have mentioned before, there are certain trends (in California in particular,) that are NOT going out of style anytime soon. In our weekly behind the scenes feature, Medicine Box Monday: Meet Our Founder edition you find a quote by Brian sharing his view on the California lifestyle and the trends that Medicine Box resonates with.
There are so many different avenues that fear can play a role in when it comes to cannabis use. Whether you had a personal negative experience with the law, or lived through the decades of prohibition, my guess is, most of us have had a traumatic experience around use or cultivation of cannabis.
There are plenty of choices when it comes to cannabis, so how do you know which cannabis consumption option is right for you? Here are a few factors to consider:
Onset — how long does it take to feel the effects?
Duration — how long will the effects last?
When I was talking to my family, they asked some interesting questions about cannabis. I spend a lot of time in the pro-cannabis bubble, so it’s easy to forget that we’re building a brand new industry. Naturally, many people will have questions about cannabis, and we’d love to help people learn more.