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What Hemp CBD Really Is (And Does)

What is Hemp? Since 2018, the legal definition of hemp is described as a non-intoxicating Cannabis. Hemp has been used for everything from rope, food, paper and clothing for the past 10,000 years. Yes, that’s right,  10,000 years! And it’s been lauded as the strongest natural fibre ever to be discovered.

We won’t get too stuck into the reasons why Hemp has been such a misunderstood plant since the last century, but suffice to say that today Cannabidiol, or CBD for short, derived from Hemp, is legal nationwide because it’s an agricultural product. The same is not true for CBD derived from Marijuana — the laws on which vary from state to state, with lots of restrictions. So Hemp CBD is legal for sale online nationally, and that’s what we’re going to address in this article.

Now let’s talk CBD. According to one of the industry’s most trusted brands, Papa & Barkley, “CBD (Cannabidiol) is a naturally occurring compound, called phytocannabinoids, found in the flowers of the Hemp plant.”

CBD from Hemp contains lots of Omega 3 and six fatty acids, and, according to Neurotherapeutics, CBD won’t get you high but it will activate or inhibit other compounds in the endocannabinoid system.

“CBD stops the body from absorbing anandamide, a compound associated with regulating pain. So, increased levels of anandamide in the bloodstream may reduce the amount of pain a person feels,” the journal says. “Cannabidiol may also limit inflammation in the brain and nervous system, which may benefit people experiencing pain, insomnia, and certain immune-system responses,” it adds.

So now you know what Hemp, and Hemp-specific CBD is, you’re still not done. There is a sea of product names out there, and just as it is with any product line, you must choose your brand wisely. We like Papa & Barkley for its consistency and all-natural ingredients. Additionally, we’re big fans of “precise measures” and we encourage our readers to be diligent in that area. For all these reasons we recommend Papa & Barkley Hemp Infused Capsules. Each capsule contains 30mg CBD (30 capsules) and, thankfully, comes without all the chemicals or solvents other brands load in there. Afterall, what’s the point in improving your health with Hemp CBD if you’re ingesting chemicals?

This product also comes with a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee. Hurray for a reliable product from a reliable company!

Not a fan of capsules? We get it. You can buy the same version of Papa & Barkley Hemp Infused Capsules but in a tincture version called Papa & Barkley Essentials Hemp Drops. This is the company’s fastest-metabolizing formula, and it comes with a measured dropper for precise dosing, which as you know, we here at CannEpoch favor. It also comes with that 100% Satisfaction Guarantee, and can be shipped anywhere in the country, just like its capsule version.

What do these products do? Relax you from everyday stress, and help you to recover from aches and pains while rejuvenating the mind and body.

Local pain? That’s where this line’s balm comes in. Papa & Barkley Essentials Hemp Infused Balm is an artisanal blend of beeswax, a naturally occurring antibacterial that retains moisture to keep skin hydrated, plus essential oils. Extracts from eucalyptus, tea tree, peppermint and lavender plants offer this salve a subtly herbaceous scent. The more you need, the more you apply. Yes, it’s guaranteed to work by the company!

Now you can make an “informed” decision when buying Hemp CBD products, and enjoy this natural compound’s rewards as nature intended.

Papa & Barkley Hemp Infused Capsules

Papa & Barkley Essentials Hemp Drops $60

Papa & Barkley Essentials Hemp-Infused Balm $30

Natasha Swords

Managing Editor

Natasha Swords has been a magazine publisher, editor and writer in the alcohol industry for over twenty years. Throughout her career, she has launched and published numerous magazine titles, and written thousands of articles read nationally and internationally. She is currently the publisher of CannEpoch Magazine, launched in February 2018.

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