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Best CBD Oils for Insomnia and Sleep

Can’t Sleep? Could It Be Insomnia?
When you’re feeling restless at night and can’t seem to fall asleep, you may start wondering if you have insomnia. However, not every case is similar and just because you can’t fall asleep right away, it doesn’t mean that you suffer from insomnia. Based on physician studies, insomnia is described as the difficulty to fall asleep and stay asleep for a healthy amount of time, even when the person has the opportunity to get a good night’s rest. People suffering from insomnia can feel dissatisfied with how they don’t feel rested and a lack of a sleeping routine.

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The Best CBD Gummies Your Money Can Buy

Best CBD Gummies

Back in the day before cannabinoids were as well understood as they are now, most people only talked about THC. It was this substance, one of hundreds found in the marijuana plant, that was responsible for providing a person with a psychoactive high. The more THC, the higher you get. While this is straightforward in today’s modern day, the concepts surrounding other beneficial marijuana attributes still seem to cause some confusion.

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Best 4 CBD Oils For PTSD – Overcoming Trauma

CBD oil is an extraction from the cannabis (or hemp) plant, CBD oil contains less than .03%THC and in most varieties a 0.00% THC content. Extracting CBD oil is a delicate process that requires impeccable standards of growing, harvesting, and extracting. This generally involves specialized CO2 equipment. Even though the processes of growing can be similar, CBD oils can range in power, potency, pureness, and even smell.

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Genius Pipe Review

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Genius Pipe

8.1

Smoke

8.5/10

Features

8.5/10

Quality

8.0/10

Price

7.5/10

Pros

  • Allows you to pack your bowl before you leave and prevent spillage
  • Has a patented dimple filter design to cool smoke and provide smooth draws
  • Comes in a wide variety of colors and styles
  • A more classic smoking experience compared to vapes

Cons

  • Pricey when compared to other pipes

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The vaporizer market has truly revolutionized the way in which you can consume your stash.  With discreetness and less harmful chemicals, it has become the most popular way to enjoy herb.  That being said there are some things about vaporizers that some smokers may not like.

First, vaporizers take out a lot of the flavor that comes from the herb.  The truth is that many of us like the flavors from cannabis and find this to be a disappointing aspect of vaporizing.  Second, you have to deal with temperature settings and charging the battery of a vaporizer which can become cumbersome.

For those of you who still want the full experience of smoking, but without the unwanted burning and coughing, Genius Pipe has the product for you.  Genius Pipe is a pipe that brings a lot of new features to the table to enhance the pipe smoking experience.

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Five Best Rolling Papers of 2018

When it comes to smoking pot there is nothing quite like rolling up a joint and letting it blaze. Having a quality rolling paper allows for the joint to be rolled tightly and burn consistently.

These days there are so many different rolling paper brands that it can be difficult to know which is best. Other factors to consider when selecting a rolling paper includes flavoring, ease of rolling, materials, and price.

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How To Clean an Herb Grinder

Probably the most important factor to consider once you’ve got the perfect herb grinder is to figure out how to make it last as long as possible. The key to keeping an herb grinder in tip top shape really comes down to regular cleanings.

If you use your grinder on a regular basis like we do, then you know that over time kief and residue can gunk up your grinder in its teeth and grooves. Getting this material off your grinder will get it back to running like new.

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Anti-Cannabis Propaganda: Marijuana Stomach Illness

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Over the last week or so there’s been an influx of news outlets “reporting” on a mysterious stomach illness related to heavy marijuana use that is supposedly rising in states that have legal cannabis.  Cannabinoid Hyperemesis Syndrome has been linked to long-term heavy use of cannabis and results in “non-stop nausea and stomach pain that can sometimes last up to a month.”  Treatment for this condition includes hot showers and baths.

Based on the reports seen on countless local news stations and even CBS National News, emergency room visits for this condition have risen from about 40 per year to almost 90 at the University of Colorado Hospital.  So, it went from about one person per week to just under two.

Before we break this down, I want to make one thing clear.  We are not dimensioning the pain and suffering from those who have had this condition.  We recognize and respect that a minority of heavy cannabis smokers could develop Cannabinoid Hyperemesis Syndrome.

At the same time there is a responsibility of the media and others with a voice to put this condition in it’s proper perspective, rather than exposing us to a anti-cannabis agenda that is being bought and paid for by big pharma.

Out of all the outcomes that result from using cannabis on a daily basis, it would seem that Cannabinoid Hyperemesis Syndrome would be one of the worst.  On the other hand, let’s take a look at the worst outcome from the overuse of opioids: death.  In fact, 33,091 people died from opioid overdoses in 2016 alone.  Over the previous millennia there continues to be exactly zero deaths caused by cannabis.

We are comparing these two substances because of their use in the treatment of similar conditions, especially chronic pain.

Now if you put statistics like these side-by-side without the name of each substance and asked which one should be legal, there is no doubt that any reasonable human being would vote in favor of cannabis recognizing the deadly alternative of opioids.

It seems to me that all our efforts should be focused on solving the very real opioid epidemic, and less time writing hit pieces on what could very well be the savior substance for those who fall prey to opioid addiction.

We have already shown visitors of bestgrinder.net about all the conditions that cannabis is able to treat safely and with minimal side effects.

A message to the media: stop being the mouthpiece for the pharmaceutical industry and do your job with dignity.