When it comes to my husband and asking to him buy anything you can be sure as heck that if you haven’t sent him to the shop with images of the exact products or clothing items you need, you will get the first thing that ‘might’ resemble what you’re looking for.

To him trainers are simple ‘foot covers,’ jumpers are shredded wool stuck together and ‘they all look the same,’ and don’t bother getting me started on anything make-up related because we will be here all day. Unless you have a packet of biscuits to go with the hot cup of tea I’ll make, then I’m all for it.

The only time I have taken the reigns on a decision and needed a guaranteed result on was when deciding and choosing which CBD products suited our family dynamics and lifestyle best. We had our family meetings and came to a consensus on which we each preferred and would most likely take daily without it being too much effort.

There are plenty of variations when it comes to CBD choice of administering, see some of the product options herehttps://www.pinterest.co.uk/YouPlusCBD/cbd-recipes/, and when it will help make the decision process that much easier. Reading reviews and the success stories of individual ingredients will also give you that peace of mind in knowing you are making the right decision.

When we look at a new product or ingredient we usually do a bit of Intel to see where it comes from, how it came to be, and the history behind its evolution. The same was for us when we began researching and doing our homework with CBD, its plant origins, and how it came to be discovered and used for natural, medicinal purposes.

What is Hemp?

Most people immediately jump to the conclusion that hemp is a weed or marijuana, and while they do essentially come from the same plant (Cannabis) they are essentially different in their ‘make-up.’ Hemp does not get you high as it is free from the chemically-based products we have come to know as weed, or green-leaf as it is known to some, and a variety of other names.

People have opted for hemp, and is one of the main reasons why it is increasing in popularity, as it is a naturally grown product with many advantages for better well-being, and because it does not contain a significant amount of THC (essentially less than 0.3% is considered to be safe for all purposes).

THC is responsible for the ‘high’ you experience if using marijuana for recreational purposes, and the effects of hallucinations and euphoria. To read more about it, check out this link, take a minute to yourself with a latte, and see how this plant could benefit your life and lifestyle.

3 Advantages of Hemp plants.

For my family we were drawn to hemp due to it being available and usable for all demographics, we didn’t have to buy a whole array of brands to meet everyone’s needs, hemp increased what we each required within our systems, naturally, and boosted what was already available.

Aside from the physical attributes it can bring to the table, it can be used commercially for so much more.

  • Ingredients: From oils to protein content, seeds, and fiber, this plant seems to have the full package. With so many benefits under one roof, how can you argue its positives?
  • Produce: Many products can be created form a simple flowering plant, clothes are very popular and even more so for those with allergies. Paper, fabric, and even building materials have all been sourced from this plant.

Depending on what you are looking to achieve, will determine the plant or the flower part being used, and whether you opt for longer thinner stems for ‘industrial hemp’ as opposed to shorter stems with flowers used for smoking and vapes. Check out cheefbotanicals for an in-depth look into how to distinguish which is what and used for a specific purpose.

  • Without all the added chemicals and preservatives one can see why hemp is being used more frequently and replacing chemical-laden medicines. If a natural product can offer the same health benefits, why would you use one made in a lab?

Be sure you are using the right product to achieve the best results in your endeavor, and with an all organic product, it’s a win-win.

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Taylor Wilson