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In Cali Terpenes we are also producers of e-liquids with top quality terpenes, formulated in collaboration with Dr Mariano García de Palau to offer the best flavour.

Vape with real taste of the best cannabis varieties thanks to Cali Terpenes e-liquids.

Do you like the taste of cannabis varieties? Would you like to give up smoking and start vaping? Would you like to enjoy cannabis taste without making you high? Are you a fan of vaping?

If your answer is ‘YES’ to any of the questions stated above, you are the perfect candidate for trying the Cali Terpenese-liquids with terpenes or CBD e-liquids (e-liquids cannabis flavoured, with and without CBD).

CALI TERPENES E-LIQUIDS -MAXIMUM FLAVOUR, MINIMUM RISKS

  • Faithful taste to the aromatic profile of every cannabis variety, thanks to terpenes from Cali Terpenes.
  • Cali Terpenes e-liquids, formulated in collaboration with Dr Mariano García de Palau, whose philosophy is to enjoy the taste of the cannabis varieties without combustion.
  • It is widely accepted that vaping means minimising risks compared to smoking.
  • Vaping reduces up to 95% the risks associated with smoking.
  • Additionally, the formula of our e-liquids is specifically designed to reduce the possible risks generated in the vaping.

These possible risks are directly linked to high concentrations of vegetal glycerine -and obviously to the overuse of this type of product- and to too high temperatures vaporizations, normally due to atomizers with low resistors.

  • Toxic free (such as Vitamine E acetate)
  • The CBD of the CBD e-liquids is made underGMP standards, with 99.8% of purity aprox.

That’s why in our formula there is a minimum content of vegetal glycerine (VG), the lowest in the market.

  • Moreover, our vaping philosophy (whatever the e-liquid) opts for using high resistors in atomisers (1-2 ohms) to get the perfect vaporisation temperature.

This way, you’ll enjoy a more pleasant and healthier vaporisation.

  • Cali Terpenes e-liquids are also perfect for diluting extractions or extracts such as Rosin in them to be able to vape them easily.

THE BEST VARIETIES:


We have the most complete catalogue of e-liquids cannabis flavoured, with a selection of the most well-known and popular cannabis flavours, thanks to terpenes from Cali Terpenes.

AK 47, fruity taste that reminds of red berries with an intense touch of pine and damp earth.

Amnesia, intense, fresh and citric taste like lime / lemon with a slight sweet and muddy touch.

Blackberry Kush, fruity and sweet taste that reminds of Afghan hash.

Cheese, sweet and citric taste, Skunk type, with a touch of mature cheese and incense.

Critical, intense citric taste with a sweet touch of lemon and spices.

Gelato, sweet and creamy taste, with a citric touch.

Girl Scout Cookies, sweet and muddy taste, with a spicy touch.

Gorilla Glue, deep and muddy taste with a pine type pungent touch.

Holy Grail Kush, intense and muddy taste with a citric and sweet touch.

Jamaican Dream, sweet and floral taste with a citric and dried fruit and nuts touch like hazelnuts.

Lavender, intense, fresh and floral taste, with a lavender touch.

Sour Diesel, intense, fresh and citric taste like Diesel, with a spicy and muddy touch.

Super Lemon Haze, intense, fresh and citric lemon type with sweet touches.

Tangie, intense and citric taste like Diesel, with a sweet touch that reminds of tangerine.

OG Kush, intense, fruity and citric taste, with a Diesel taste.

CBD e-liquid base, neutral taste, ideal to mix with our terpenes (cannabis aromas) to create your own CBD e-liquid with flavor of your favorite cannabis strain.

If you need more information about e-liquids, you must visit our guide of e-liquids.

For further questions, please contact our technical team.

Buy e-liquids with terpenes from Cali Terpenes, best price and best quality finally in the same product.

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Medical Marijuana Card

Get your medical marijuana card faster at Euphoria Wellness!
  1. Visit us with your valid Nevada ID and we’ll help print out your application and book your doctor appointment with our doctor.
  2. Visit the doctor and get the referral section signed and notarized by their staff.
  3. Bring your completed application back to us and we’ll upload the application and payment to the state.
  4. Within 24-72 hours the state will approve your application and we will print your approval letter so that you can purchase right away!
  5. The state will then mail your card within 2 weeks. No more DMV visits!

Get your card from us and you will get $20 off your first purchase!

*$20 off purchase of $20 or more.

Cohen Medical Center
3650 S Decatur Blvd #23
Las Vegas, NV 89103
Phone: 702-564-6420
Email: [email protected]
http://www.cohenmedicalcenters.com
Monday closed, Tuesday 11:00 am-5:00 pm, Wednesday closed, Thursday 11:00 am-5:0 pm, Friday 1:00 pm-5:00 pm

Why Should I Get a MMJ Card?

It is required by the State of Nevada for any patient requiring the use of medical marijuana products for treatment, to hold a valid Medical Marijuana Card.

Do I Have To Get a Card?

Yes, it is required by the state of Nevada.

Anyone wishing to purchase marijuana as a medical patient must present their card. Cards from other states with registered medical marijuana programs are eligible. If you wish to purchase marijuana as a recreational, non-medical user, you must present a valid, government-issued ID and be over 21-years-old.

What Conditions Can Be Treated with Medical Marijuana?

AIDS/HIV
Anxiety
Arthritis
Cancer
Chemotherapy Side Effects
Eating Disorders
Fibromyalgia
Migraine Headaches
Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
Variety of Other Chronic, Debilitating or Terminal Illnesses

What Type of Medical Care Provider Can Recommend Marijuana?

Medical Doctor (MD)
Doctor of Osteopathy (DO)

Get your Nevada medical marijuana card faster at Euphoria Marijuana! We'll help you print our your application, book your appointment with our doctor, and get $20 off your first purchase. Medical marijuana can treat a variety of chronic illnesses and conditions including anxiety and headaches.

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Franchising and the Cannabis Industry

Cannabis, the fastest growing industry in the U.S. job market today, is embracing one of America’s most popular business expansion engines — franchising. Denver-based ONE Cannabis and Florida-based Miracle Leaf each claim to be awarding franchises to catapult their growth, the former franchising cannabis dispensaries and the latter medical marijuana clinics. Undoubtedly, other cannabis franchisors are following suit to capture a piece of the $150 billion industry. It is a predictable combination — franchising and cannabis — and probably just a matter of time until franchise outlets dominate the Green Rush landscape as they have done in diverse business sectors like restaurants, fitness, real estate and senior care. What makes franchising such a natural fit is that cannabis retailing today consists largely of mom-and-pop independents that should be eager to convert their operation to a common brand name and retail identity to improve consumer recognition of their business, leading to higher sales and profits.

Based in Denver, Colorado, ONE Cannabis advertises itself as the “world’s most experienced cannabis business franchise system” and offers franchise opportunities to prospective entrepreneurs in states with legal cannabis markets.

Franchising with the established company — either cultivation or retail — provides buyers with a roadmap for success that includes operational systems, best practices, depth of resources and business relationships, as well as national brand recognition and marketing support that allows entrepreneurs to flourish in the budding cannabis industry.

According to Forbes magazine, as of May 31, ONE Cannabis has sold the rights to five Colorado locations, each for a franchise fee of $130,000, though the company estimates it costs franchisees between $325,000 and $1.13 million in startup costs to open a shop, depending on the location. The company’s website, ocginc.com, lists required liquid capital at $750,000 and total investment of up to $2.5 million.

Why Franchise?

Consumer demand for all types of cannabis and CBD products makes franchising a natural growth vehicle for the cannabis industry. For a promoter looking to capitalize on cannabis’ meteoric rise, franchising a branded cannabis chain solves the two biggest roadblocks to any business expansion: capital and labor. Franchising enables a cannabis brand to expand its footprint without taking on debt by using other people’s money (the franchisees’), awarding a trademark license to a franchisee conveying the right to own and operate their own cannabis business identified by the franchisor’s trademark and trade dress. The franchisee hires and supervises its own workforce, must follow the franchisor’s brand standards so it operates comparably to all other licensed locations, and pays the brand owner licensing fees off its top-line revenue.

For entrepreneurs and existing independents, franchising offers a stake in the explosive cannabis market, an opportunity to be in business “for themselves, but not by themselves” with the right to keep the profits after paying licensing fees to the brand owner. Franchise programs classically offer benefits of scale that sole proprietors cannot replicate, like training programs, marketing tools and the purchasing power of a larger network that can reduce overhead costs for inventory and supplies.

Overarching Risks

It is impossible to ignore the serious legal and business complications of franchising a cannabis business due to marijuana being illegal under federal law. Banks, landlords, insurance companies and other service providers remain skittish about doing business with companies that are essentially breaking federal law.

Most industry analysts expect the federal government’s policies eventually will change and ultimately accommodate cannabis retailing within the bounds of reasonable regulations. For the here and now, however, franchisors must contend with the fallout from regulatory uncertainty in trying to register their trademarks, conduct normal banking transactions, insure their operations and sell franchises.

Once federal uncertainty is removed, everyone expects the cannabis industry to grow exponentially in revenue, jobs and opportunities, which bodes well for franchisors that set up networks now and get their brands well established with consumers before floodgates open. In the short run, cannabis franchisors looking to gain early traction with consumers as a go-to brand for cannabis products will need to help their franchisees find work-around solutions to reduce everyday burdens, like operating without immediate access to bank accounts or ordinary non-cash payments systems like debit and credit cards.

The Significance of Franchise Status

Of the many legal risks associated with cannabis franchising, brand owners may not appreciate the fine points of what distinguishes a franchise from a non-franchise trademark license in the eyes of the law. As a result, they may give short shrift to the legal consequences of awarding franchises without complying with franchise sales laws.

Significant penalties potentially flow from the unlawful offer or sale of a franchise even if the inadvertent franchisor truly did not know about the law and had no intention to violate it. The same penalties apply whether the underlying franchise involves cannabis, hamburgers, children’s programs or something else.

Though not the first, the most famous franchise in the world — and No. 1 once again on this year’s Entrepreneur magazine Franchise 500 — is McDonald’s, which has more than 13,000 U.S. franchises and another 21,000 worldwide, compared to just 2,885 restaurants owned by the company.

The company’s terms for franchises are a $45,000 initial franchising fee, a 4% ongoing fee and a 4% ad royalty fee, for which the company provides myriad ongoing and marketing support options. According to Entrepreneur, McDonald’s constant reinvention to keep up with modern design and customer expectations has led to 13 consecutive quarters of positive growth for the 64-year-old company.

Dunkin Donuts, Sonic Drive-In, Taco Bell and UPS round out the magazine’s Top 5 for 2019.

To underscore the magnitude of franchise status, it is a felony to sell a franchise without complying with a franchise sales law (although criminal prosecutions are rare). Federal and state franchise agencies have broad powers to punish franchise law violators and may freeze assets, order restitution, issue cease-and-desist orders, ban violators from selling franchises and recover substantial penalties. In states with franchise laws, franchisees have private remedies for statutory violations including compensatory damages and possibly rescission, which means that an unhappy plaintiff may be able to unwind an illegal franchise sale and recover its investment and operating losses from the brand owner. Even in states without a franchise sales law, a franchisee may be able to pursue a claim for violation of a state unfair trade practices and recover treble damages and attorneys’ fees based on the promoter’s violation of the federal franchise sales law. State franchise laws impose personal, joint and several liability on the franchisor’s management and owners even if the franchisor is a legal entity. Because a franchise finding is highly fact-specific, seldom are franchise allegations dismissed early in a case on a motion to dismiss, which significantly adds to the nuisance value of franchise disputes.

For cannabis franchisors, there is the added complication of how to comply with the dozen-plus state franchise laws that impose a registration duty on franchisors and allow state franchise agencies to function as gatekeepers. As long as federal policy criminalizes cannabis, franchisors may not have success getting registered even in the three franchise registration states where cannabis is fully legal (California, Michigan and Washington). This probably explains why companies that openly embrace franchising as a growth model currently operate outside of states with franchise sales laws where promoters only need to worry about complying with the federal franchise sales law, which has no federal filing requirement allowing franchisors to operate relatively undetected by the Federal Trade Commission, the agency that oversees compliance with the federal franchise sales law.

What is an Accidental Franchise?

An “accidental franchise is a euphemism for a franchise that a brand owner knowingly or unknowingly sells in violation of federal and state franchise laws. Lack of knowledge of a franchise law is not a legal defense to liability. Also called “inadvertent franchises” or “hidden franchises,” accidental franchises are not always accidental. Franchise sales laws are strict liability laws, which means that it makes no difference if a company knows that it is violating the law when it commits the act constituting the violation. A company also cannot defend its own wrongdoing by pointing to its competitors engaged in similar behavior. A licensing program that walks and quacks like a franchise, but goes by a different name, is still a franchise.

Outside of the cannabis industry, plaintiffs have challenged remarkably diverse business arrangements as franchises, including established organizations and sophisticated companies. The best-known accidental franchise case involved the Girl Scouts’ national organization found to be in a franchise relationship with one of its local Wisconsin chapters under Wisconsin’s Fair Dealership Law, which protects dealers and franchisees alike against termination without good cause.

The 3 components of a franchise

*The third leg in the franchise definition varies by jurisdiction: all variations involve an inherently subjective legal standard described as a “marketing plan,” “community of interest” or “significant assistance or substantial control” with each variation as intrinsically imprecise as the next. As a result, all franchise definitions are murky around the edges.

If any leg of the franchise stool is missing, the arrangement is not a franchise regardless of how obviously the other two legs are present.

When is a Brand License a Franchise?

Franchising is a business method, not a particular industry. Franchises are strictly creatures of statute, which means that any commercial arrangement is a franchise if it meets the definition of “franchise” in the federal franchise sales law or a state franchise law with jurisdiction over the parties’ activities. The statutes themselves embrace different jurisdictional rules, but all apply to franchise businesses that operate within their borders even if neither the franchisor nor franchisee reside or maintain their principal place of business in the state.

There is no universal definition of a franchise. The federal franchise sales law, which regulates franchise sales in all 50 states, does not preempt state franchise sales laws. There are both marked and subtle differences in how franchise laws define a franchise.

Most franchise definitions are a three-legged stool that require some type of express or implied trademark license and payment of a direct or indirect fee. The third leg in the franchise definition varies by jurisdiction: all variations involve an inherently subjective legal standard described as a “marketing plan,” “community of interest” or “significant assistance or substantial control” with each variation as intrinsically imprecise as the next. As a result, all franchise definitions are murky around the edges.

If any leg of the franchise stool is missing, the arrangement is not a franchise regardless of how obviously the other two legs are present. However, it is not always possible for a brand owner to achieve its business goals by eliminating one of the legs of the franchise stool.

Not only are the contours of defining a franchise confusing, but the mismatch between federal and state franchise definitions creates enormous uncertainty over when and where a promoter must qualify as a franchise. The upshot is that the same licensing program may be a franchise at the federal level, but not in any or every regulating state where the promoter offers its opportunity, or vice-versa.

The name promoters give to their business opportunity is immaterial to its franchise status; only facts matter. Every franchise includes a trademark license, but not every trademark license is a franchise. Sorting the two apart is a risky and highly uncertain process.

The importance of branding to consumer purchasing decisions, combined with the inexactitude of franchise definitions, fuels the so-called accidental franchise problem. This problem exists for not only franchisees and law enforcement but also for law-abiding franchisors, which must compete in the marketplace for prospective licensees with companies that ignore or deny their franchise status, incur no expense for franchise sales compliance and fly below regulatory radar.

Putting It All Together

Accidental franchisors have operated in franchising’s shadows ever since the arrival of franchise sales laws in the 1970s. A business sector as prime for franchising as the cannabis industry will undoubtedly attract its share of accidental franchisors, including brand owners that may be genuinely unaware that their licensing program qualifies as a franchise under federal or state laws as well as those who are disingenuous about their ignorance. This distinction has no relevance to culpability.

If franchising will ultimately dominate the Green Rush, it is equally likely that accidental franchisors will begin popping up, promoting their cannabis opportunity as something less than a full-fledge franchise and calling their program by names that avoid the “F word.” This has been the historical experience on the non-cannabis side of franchising.

The franchise definitional element that is the most subjective and least precise — the middle variable expressed as a “marketing plan, community of interest or significant assistance or substantial control” — is not one that a brand owner looking to launch a cannabis retail chain can reliably eliminate. Trying to do so creates an uncomfortable dilemma: the types of restrictions cannabis brand owners need to impose on their licensees to protect the quality and uniformity of the services offered under their brand are often indistinguishable from the indicia that establish a “marketing plan, community of interest or significant assistance or substantial control.”

A cannabis franchisor willing or tempted to eliminate or reduce assistance or controls in order to avoid franchise status may sacrifice important core values vital to their brand’s reputation. Indeed, the cannabis franchisor may risk abandoning its trademark rights.

The most sure-footed way for a cannabis company (or any brand owner) to set up a licensing program that avoids franchise status is to eliminate the “required fee” element of the franchise definition. In the cannabis market, eliminating the required fee may only be a viable solution for cannabis producers that enter into commercial arrangements with independent distributors. This is because all jurisdictions exclude from the definition of a required fee payments that do not exceed the bona fide wholesale price of inventory (goods bought for resale) if there is no accompanying obligation to purchase excessive quantities. The bona fide wholesale price exclusion means that a cannabis grower or producer operating a supply chain network may sell product at wholesale prices downstream to branded distributors for resale. However, they may not receive fees for delivering other types of services for things like delivery van rentals, training programs, brand identity materials or marketing support unless the services are truly optional. Calling something “optional” is not the test. The law classifies payments denominated as optional as “required” if the service is essential for the successful operation of a distributor’s business. Fees for optional training services or marketing support risk treatment as “required fees” especially if most distributors opt in and buy the service.

Eliminating the “required fee” element is not a practical option for a cannabis brand that licenses a service business, not a supply chain. Dispensaries and other retail businesses that sell cannabis or CBD products under the brand owner’s trademark and business concept are service businesses. A cannabis brand owner that collects a fee for brand affiliation rights is likely in a franchise relationship regardless of whether the fee is lump sum, paid in installments or involves fixed, fluctuating, up-front, periodic or even refundable payments.

In short, cannabis brands looking to launch a retail franchise program in order to roll up independent mom-and-pop dispensaries and compete with ONE Cannabis, Miracle Leaf and other cannabis chains may have no practical way to avoid franchise status lawfully.

Because franchise status requires a technical evaluation of a commercial arrangement under potentially multiple laws with subtle distinctions, accidental franchises are a trap for the unwary. The trap is sure to attract cannabis entrepreneurs looking for a quick footing in the burgeoning cannabis industry. They would do well to keep the burdens of being a franchisor in perspective.

More than 3,000 franchise brands operate in the U.S. and presumably manage to comply with franchise sales laws. The consequences flowing from accidentally franchising are simply too serious to look the other way.

Rochelle Spandorf is a partner in the Los Angeles office of Davis Wright Tremaine. A certified specialist in franchise and distribution law in California, she has dedicated her legal practice to representing primarily franchisors, suppliers and other brand owners expand through trademark licensing. She is the first woman to chair the American Bar Association’s Forum on Franchising, the nation’s preeminent association of franchise attorneys, and has twice chaired the Franchise Law Committee of the California Lawyers Association.

Franchising and the Cannabis Industry Cannabis, the fastest growing industry in the U.S. job market today, is embracing one of America’s most popular business expansion engines — franchising.

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Welcome to marijuana 2.0, where the less product you use, the better it works

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“In all medicine, with all drugs, you look for the minimum effective dose,” says one doctor.

In the winter of 1999, Dr. Allan Frankel, a renowned internist in Los Angeles, suffered a viral infection of the heart. Doctors told him he had six months to live. He’d rarely tried marijuana, but several of his cancer and AIDS patients urged him to use it for his heart. A year later, his heart was normal. Frankel, now 66, says he can’t be certain that cannabis healed him – but it certainly helped. “I’d been depressed and cannabis stopped the depression,” he says. “It gave me something to look forward to. My brain was turned on.”

In the following years, he combed the scientific literature on cannabis, and in 2006, opened a cannabis medical practice. He developed formulas for whole plant oils with different combinations of THC, the compound in pot that gets people high, and CBD, a non-psychoactive compound that’s believed to have broad healing properties.

Working with patients, he found that many could benefit from small doses. “A quarter of my patients are taking less than 3 mg of THC a day,” he says. He calls it the “correct dose. In all medicine, with all drugs, you look for the minimum effective dose. Period.”

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Welcome to marijuana 2.0. With microdosing, people are getting the maximum benefit from the minimum amount, without becoming stoned, paranoid or lethargic. Some are microdsoing to regulate their moods, boost their creativity, or enhance their workouts and yoga sessions. Susannah Grossman, 29, founder of Verdant Communications in Denver, takes several small doses through the day. “It lifts my spirits, relieves the stress and tension that build up, and allows me to approach my work with more keen interest.”

Michael Backes, author of Cannabis Pharmacy, says when prohibition ends, microdosing could be the most popular way that people use cannabis. Right now, however, anyone who wants to microdose faces two hurdles: finding the right minimum dose, and finding products that will deliver it.

The challenge with finding your dose is that it’s different for each person. With most drugs, there’s a bell curve. If you give two aspirin to 100 people, the majority will find it relieves pain, while some outliers may have negative reactions or need 8 pills to get relief. But with marijuana, there’s no majority response.

One reason for this may be found in the way that cannabinoids – THC, CBD, and other compounds found in the plant – support the natural functioning of the endocannabinoid system, which can vary from person to person. Humans and other mammals have cannabinoid receptors, which are found throughout the body in tissues, organs, and especially the brain. The body naturally makes chemicals that fit into these receptors, and together they regulate and balance the body’s systems, from digestion to nerve signaling to the immune system. Whether by coincidence or evolution, the cannabinoids found in the marijuana plant mimic the endocannabinoids made by the body.

Dustin Sulak, a physician and Reiki healer in Maine, has been practicing cannabis medicine since 2009. He says there are always forces, such as microbes and environmental toxins, pushing us away from balance, and other forces, such as the endocannabinoid system, bringing us back. “Our bodies are already working to prevent dementia, reduce inflammation, and respond to any pathological process,” Sulak says. “If we can enhance the functioning of that system with a little bit of extra THC, we can benefit.”

Sulak, 37, who wears his dark hair in a ponytail, has developed a protocol for microdosing. “I discovered that most people have a certain threshold of cannabis,” Sulak says. “Below it they’ll experience a gradual increase in health benefits, and above it they’ll start building tolerance, experiencing diminishing benefits and more side effects, like short term memory loss and clumsiness.” He adds, “I can’t tell you your perfect dose, but I can teach you how to find it for yourself.”

He describes the system. “Abstain from cannabis for two days. On day three, consume one milligram of THC and one milligram of CBD, preferably in a tincture or oil where they can be measured precisely. Before consuming, ask yourself three questions, and answer on a scale of one to 10: How easy is it to breathe, how comfortable and calm does your body feel and how easy is it for you to smile authentically, to feel content and grateful?”

After writing down your scores, he says, you take the cannabis, wait 45 minutes and ask the questions again. If there’s been no change in your scores and you’ve felt no effect, increase the dose by one milligram.

“You repeat this process over the next few days,” he says, “increasing the dose by small increments. When you reach a point where you feel a difference after consuming, you’ve found your minimal effective dose.”

At this point, he asks patients to continue raising the dose by tiny amounts. At some point, he says, there will be no further benefit from a higher dose. “You’ve established your therapeutic range, and can take the minimum dose.”

I asked how he treats heavy users who’ve developed a high tolerance. Sulak says they begin by abstaining for 48 hours. “That’s all – that’s the magic time when tolerance gets re-set.” During that time, he tells them to exercise and eat foods that support the body’s health. Then they follow the same protocol as new cannabis users, gradually increasing the dose until they feel an effect.

Sulak did a survey of 48 heavy users who’d followed the protocol, and found that afterward, they were using less than half the cannabis they’d used before and getting better results. “You’re saving money,” he says. “If you’re a smoker, you’re saving smoke exposure to your lungs, and having less side effects.”

Unlike many in the field, Sulak believes that THC is the primary health agent in marijuana. “The idea that THC is recreational and CBD is medical is far from true,” he says. “THC, milligram for milligram, has a much greater therapeutic effect than CBD. You could treat pain with 3 mg of THC, but it might take 15 to 30 mg of CBD to attain the same relief.” For overall wellbeing and to prevent disease, he recommends combining the two compounds.

But here’s the second hurdle: in most states, it’s hard to find products that tell you how many milligrams you’re getting of each cannabinoid. Carter Casad, who’s head of research and development at The Farm, a popular dispensary in Colorado, says he hasn’t “seen or heard of products that are labeled for microdosing.”

Charlotte’s Web Hemp Oil, the largest selling CBD oil in the country, doesn’t say on its labels how many milligrams of CBD are in a dropper. Ashley Grace, head of marketing, says they don’t list the amount to comply with FDA regulations. Grace says that if people call customer service at CW Hemp, “they can learn how to measure CBD content.”

You’re pretty much on your own, then, in figuring out what products will deliver your microdose. Susannah Grossman, head of Verdant Communications, used trial and error to find what will bring her to the sweet spot between no detectable effect and stoned.

When she’d been a student at Skidmore, in upstate New York, she’d smoked weed regularly, but after taking a job in Manhattan, she stepped away from it. “The workplace wasn’t an environment where you could be open about it,” she says.

After moving to a new job in Boston, she was working 75 hours a week and taking anti-depressants. She suffered a seizure caused by the anti-depressants and had to stop them. She started reading about how cannabis could help with depression, and incorporated small amounts in her daily health regime. “I had a major fear that I wouldn’t be able to write or work,” she says. “I’d slack off and produce less. But it’s been just the opposite. Microdosing has helped me focus and accomplish more.”

Grossman moved to Colorado in 2015, where she found that with recreational use being legal in the state, “You have the luxury of trying an infinite variety of strains until you find what rings your bell. You can’t do that in a non-legal state.” Wherever she went, she bought grams of new strains, tested them, and tried different combinations and doses. “It took quite a while to find what works,” she says. “I’m currently taking a tincture that’s 5 mg of both THC and CBD. Then I’ll take a puff of a certain strain three or four times a day, if I’m feeling at the end of my runway, or if I’m about to go into a meeting where I need a fresh perspective.”

I asked if she’s concerned about becoming addicted. “No, because I take breaks for several weeks,” she says. Grossman does worry about her tolerance rising, so she keeps records of her consumption, and if it starts climbing, she cuts back.

She hasn’t had a seizure since moving to Colorado, and believes CBD has helped prevent them. “But there’s something about the THC in sativa strains that I enjoy,” she says. “It lifts my spirits – gives me a sense of playfulness.” She pauses. “And I’m still getting a ton of work done!”

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Manitoba Harvest Hemp Bliss Unsweetened Original, 946ml

Goodbye Dairy, Hello Hemp!

Good things come to those who hemp! Passionate and purposeful in the pursuit of better nutrition, Manitoba Harvest brings you Unsweetened Original Hemp Bliss, a perfect choice for anyone wanting a great-tasting and environmentally friendly non-dairy, kosher beverage free from all major food allergens.

With 4 grams of Omegas 3 & 6 and 2 grams of plant powered protein in every serving, Unsweetened Original Hemp Bliss delivers clean, powerful nutrition with an amazing taste, texture, and colour. Made with quality ingredients and fortified to provide the same vitamins and minerals as traditional dairy milk, it’s the perfect way to add a boost of plant powered gluten-free nutrition to your daily routine. Not only is Unsweetened Original Hemp Bliss easier on the environment than other dairy alternatives, it’s lower in sugar than dairy milk (with 0 grams of sugar).

Whether you’re enjoying Unsweetened Original Hemp Bliss over granola, in your coffee or smoothie, or straight out of the carton (we won’t tell!) you can feel great about enjoying this tasty beverage.

Water, Shelled hemp seed, Tricalcium phosphate, Sea salt, Natural flavours, Guar gum, Gellan gum, Zinc gluconate, Vitamin A palmitate, Cyanocobalamin (vitamin B12), Ergocalciferol (vitamin D2), Riboflavin (vitamin B2)

*Hemp Bliss is free from milk, eggs, fish, crustacean, shellfish, tree nuts, peanuts, wheat, and soybeans.

Manitoba Harvest Hemp Bliss Unsweetened Original. The perfect dairy-free substitute for every meal! Vegan, kosher, gluten-free, non-GMO, this can be enjoyed by almost anyone!

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What does hemp taste like

Reactions to hemp’s unique flavor can vary for first-time users; some find it shockingly unpleasant while others love it. Don’t let yourself be surprised or discouraged.

Different Flavors for Different Brands

When you swap between different brands of hemp oil, don’t expect the flavor to be the same! Not only does hemp’s taste differ between harvests, you can bet it will differ between farms.

Our legal hemp products are typically sourced from farms in Kentucky and Colorado. As you can imagine from the sheer span of these locations, farmers are bound to use different seeds and methods.

Hemp Flavor = Terpenes

When you taste a new food for the first time, naturally you connect that taste to the food. If you bite into an orange and it tastes like an apple, you’d be pretty confused, right? With hemp, our general recommendation is to go in not expecting the flavor to be a certain way. Here’s why.

In general, hemp tastes like a handful of grass and dirt and is often described as “earthy.” However, hemp’s flavor is not as straightforward or predictable as other foods, because the flavor (and aroma) comes “mostly” from terpenes .

Terpenes are a large, diverse class of organic compounds produced in plants. Essential oils are, essentially, terpenes. That’s where the therapeutic properties, strong aroma and flavors come from. You can rest assure that every bottle of peppermint oil will be nearly identical in flavor and smell, but with hemp, there are more terpenes at play. You can’t plan for them.

Whatever terpenes happen to develop in the plant will determine how the extracted oil tastes. This is why a lot of hemp oil product manufacturers choose to add in natural terpene flavor profiles so the oil always tastes the same without tossing in added flavoring. Terpenes are touted for many therapeutic uses, so we love to see more added into products.

Even with added terpenes, depending on your unique taste buds, you may still find the flavor to be unpleasant.

How to Make Your Hemp Taste Better

Over the years, we’ve learned a few tricks to make your daily hemp oil regimen more pleasant. If you’re sensitive to earthy flavors, pay close attention to our recommendations below.

First, assure that you’re taking the hemp oil supplement correctly. All oils and tinctures should be taken sublingually, meaning you place it under your tongue, hold it for about a minute, then swallow. More on how to take Hemp Oil.

Coconut Oil

Hemp oil is, well, an oil. It doesn’t play well with water, so mixing it into your favorite drink may not work the way you’d expect. It’s best to play along with hemp’s oily texture by mixing it with another great-tasting oil.

The best one we’ve found? Coconut oil.

There are a few ways to go about mixing them, but here’s our most common suggestion.

  1. Grab a spoon
  2. Scoop coconut oil into the spoon — the quantity is really up to you
  3. Dispense your hemp oil into the center of the coconut oil
  4. (Optional) Add another thin layer of coconut oil on top of the hemp oil, making a little coconut-hemp sandwich.
  5. Place the spoon’s contents under your tongue
  6. Keep the oil there for 60-90 seconds (the longer, the better)
  7. Swallow any remaining oil

Juice

Another, simpler way to hide hemp flavor is with your favorite juice. You may want to try a few different ones until you find the best concoction for you. Personally, I prefer apple cider if the season is right.

  1. Dispense your hemp oil underneath your tongue.
  2. Wait 60-90 seconds.
  3. Drink juice as you swallow the oil. If you do this quickly, it’s even more painless flavorless.

Reactions to hemp’s unique flavor can vary for first-time users; some find it shockingly unpleasant while others love it. Don’t let yourself be surprised or discouraged. Different Flavors for Different Brands When you swap between different brands of hemp oil, don’t expect the flavor to be the same! Not only does hemp’

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Shaman

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Here you can find all info about Shaman from Dutch Passion. If you are searching for information about Shaman from Dutch Passion, check out our Basic Infos, Gallery, Degustation, Strain Reviews, Medicinal Properties, Direct Comparisons, Shop-Finder and Price Comparison, Lineage / Genealogy, Hybrids / Crossbreeds, User Comments or Threads for this cannabis variety here at this page and follow the links to get even more information – or list all Shaman Strains (±8) to find a different version. If you have any personal experiences with growing or consuming this cannabis variety, please use the upload links to add them to the database!

Basic / Breeders Info

Shaman is a mostly sativa variety from Dutch Passion and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±60 days ) and outdoors . Dutch Passions Shaman is a THC dominant variety and is/was also available as feminized seeds.

Dutch Passions Shaman Description

This is our former variety Purple /Skunk. This variety is a hybrid (F1) of Purple#1 and an early Skunk. About 50% of the plants turn purple during flowering. The variety is 87,5% Sativa and 12,5% Indica.

THC: 13.7%
flowering period: 8 – 9 weeks
harvest time outdoor: 1st week of Oct.

Where to buy Shaman cannabis seeds?

Shaman from Dutch Passion is available as regular and feminized seeds. In 21 seedbanks, we found 80 offers between EUR 6.00 for 1 feminized seed and EUR 339.00 for 100 feminized seeds. If you are looking to buy Shaman Cannabis Seeds from Dutch Passion somewhere – have a look to our Shaman Price Comparison page with all current offers from all the connected seedbanks and shops – or visit one of the following tested, trustworthy and recommended seed-shops directly to check out their current Shaman offers: Alchimia Grow Shop, Hanfoase & Stecklingsexpress, canna-seed.com, Herbies Head Shop, Hanf & Hanf, PEV Seeds Bank, Cheeba Beans, Indras Planet GmbH, Samenwahl.com, Original Seeds Store, Seeds24.at, Linda Seeds | Linda Semilla, Herbalist, Oaseeds, Seedsman, Cannapot Hanfshop, Amsterdam Seed Center, Chu Majek, Zamnesia, Dutch Passion and Canna-Seed Seed Shop.

Shaman Reviews

We’ve collected strain info from 10 growers for Shaman, check out the reviews about the indoor and outdoor grow here.

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CBD Oil Richmond VA – Buy CBD Richmond

Where can I buy CBD in Richmond, VA?

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Buying CBD in Richmond Virginia is not a walk in the park. You must go through hundreds of customer reviews, forums, and threads to find the best product available. It may take you forever to get what you want. The good news is we managed to do the hard work for you. CBD is readily available in VA, but you can’t trust some sellers you meet online or locally.

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Stores that Sell CBD in Richmond, VA?

Everyone in Richmond wants to capitalize on the CBD craze. Unfortunately, the current classification of CBD as a food supplement or “new food” creates opportunities for shady companies to prey on unaware customers because there are no quality standards in place when it comes to manufacturing CBD products.

Several retailers for natural supplements are expected to have CBD on their shelves. Dillards Department Store, a chain with many stores near Richmond, is beginning to roll out several Hemp Depot while-labeled CBD products. Kroger announced in July another 2 locations in Richmond where their grocery stores will begin to carry CBD products.

It’s the Richmond CBD store’s owner that decides what good quality is and what isn’t. This has resulted in low-quality CBD oil made with synthetic additives being sold on store shelves. These products often come at 3–5 times the price you’d pay online, aren’t subject to third party testing and don’t meet the quality requirements to be listed for sale. There are also CBD stores in Roanoke and Reston if you live near those cities.

What You Need to Know About CBD

CBD is just one of a handful of cannabinoids naturally existing in the hemp plant. In general, cannabinoids are recognized for their inherent ability to interact with receptors in the human body, thereby producing positive effects like pain relief, anti-inflammatory properties, aid in sleep, improved immune system, treat anxiety and depression, and others.

The most remarkable thing about CBD is that it isn’t psychoactive. Simply put, you don’t get high with it. CBD also has significant potential health benefits. Specifically, CBD affects the endocannabinoid system, which controls everyday functions from mood and appetite to hormone regulation, sleep, and chronic pain. More importantly, a growing amount of medical research suggests that CBD could reduce, mitigate, or prevent some of society’s most devastating medical issues, including Alzheimer’s disease, cardiovascular disease, schizophrenia, epilepsy, ALS, general anxiety disorders, depression, and cancer.

Be leery of companies in Richmond who make bold claims about CBD being able to treat chronic illness.

The Best Places to Buy CBD in Richmond, VA

CBD is one of the fastest-growing health and wellness products on the market. Available in all 50 states and over 40 countries, cannabinoidiol is part of a massive hemp industry that accounts for $500 million in annual imports, and experts predict continued growth. Stores in Richmond are quickly stocking CBD products and making them available to local residents.

Given its size, Richmond has plenty of options for brick-and-mortar CBD shops, but you might prefer buying CBD online for convenience, wholesale pricing, and delivery services. Online retailers also tend to have a wide selection of high-quality CBD oils, including capsules, edibles, tinctures, balms, and other CBD products.

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