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CBD Isolate vs. Broad Spectrum vs. Full Spectrum: How Do I Choose?

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There are a few things that are true about all CBD products: they are derived from the hemp plant, they are non-intoxicating, and they work with the body’s endocannabinoid system.

But there’s a wide variety when it comes to CBD products. There are CBD oils and tinctures, topicals, vape products, edibles, capsules, and more! Each of these categories is further divided by the type of CBD they contain: CBD isolate, broad spectrum CBD, or full spectrum CBD.

If you’re not sure what each of these terms means, you’re not alone – it can be confusing! So, here’s what you need to know about isolate vs. broad spectrum vs. full spectrum CBD.

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CBD & Fitness

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Is CBD good for fitness? Whether you’re a runner, cyclist, yogi, weight lifter, gym enthusiast or any type of athlete, you may want to give CBD a try. But before you do, it’s a good idea to look into the science behind CBD, cannabis, and fitness.

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Could Cannabis Help Us Fight COVID?

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As a whole, we’ve made huge strides in human health and wellness. Millions of researchers, scientists, and medical professionals are constantly advancing what we know about health and medicine. But despite this, the COVID-19 pandemic has thrown us all for a loop. COVID is extremely contagious and widespread, and it has such a wide range of symptoms that it can be difficult to detect. While researchers are working overtime to develop a vaccine, we don’t yet have a great way to prevent the virus.

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What is a COA and How Do I Read It?

If you use CBD, it’s important that you trust the brand and you are getting a quality product. After all, the last thing you’d want to do is throw your money away on a CBD tincture that isn’t what it says it is - usually cheap products at local smoke shops or health food stores sold as "Hemp Oil" but contains no actual cannabinoid profile. That’s where a COA comes in. Here’s everything you need to know about CBD COAs and how to read them.

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Buddha Beans Coffee Review

Have you tried CBD coffee? If you want to make your daily dose of CBD a pleasurable experience, then try adding it to your morning cup of joe!

At Cannaporium, we all love Buddha Beans coffee. The coffee beans are ethically sourced from various countries around the globe, and they support fair trade practices. The hemp is organically grown on a family farm in Oregon, and the coffee beans are roasted and infused in LA. It’s an all-around great brand that really cares about its customers and its products. The packaging design is great, too!

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5 Creative Ways to Get CBD Into Your Daily Routine

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Most people who have tried CBD agree that it can be incredibly beneficial! However, to get the best effects from CBD, you need to take it regularly. That can be a challenge if you don’t like taking CBD oil or if you get bored easily. To make it easier to get your daily dose of CBD, here are some ideas and products to try!

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Why CBD Might Not Be Working for You

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Some people talk about CBD as though it’s a miracle treatment. Unfortunately, that’s just not realistic. Like anything else, CBD has limitations and complexities. A CBD product that works great for one person may not be ideal for the next person.

If you’re not experiencing the results you hoped for, here are some reasons why CBD might not be working for you. Hopefully, this can help you find a solution!

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Smoking, Vaping, or Edibles: Which Is Better for Your Health?

Now that we’re in the 2020s, there are so many different ways to use CBD! Whereas most people had never heard of CBD just a few years ago, there are now countless ways to use this plant extract. You can roll up an old-fashioned joint using hemp flower, you can choose from countless vape flavors and strengths, and you can get delicious gummies, chocolate, or other edibles that are infused with CBD.

However, it’s important to note that each intake method has its own strengths and weaknesses. Today, we’ll discuss three of the most common ways of taking CBD – smoking, vaping, and edibles – and talk about which one is best for your needs.

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