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From physical pain to emotional calming, CBD is safe and effective support. Come learn the basics of CBD oil, the history of its use, and how to begin taking it.

CBD is safe and effective support for a number of ailments. Join us to learn the basics of CBD from Maggie Frank with CV Sciences.

For questions, call 512-219-8600 or email [email protected], and be sure to follow Peoples on your favorite social media channels! Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

For questions, call 512-219-8600 or email [email protected], and be sure to follow Peoples on your favorite social media channels! Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

With over 10 years in the natural products industry, Maggie Frank has cultivated her passion for education through her extensive experience as an educator and health and wellness advocate. She currently serves as the National Educator for CV Sciences, and believes hemp and phytocannabinoids hold tremendous promise for human health.

Hemp CBD Oil has been making headlines lately, especially around Texas. So what exactly is CBD oil and why are people talking about it? Let’s break it down:

From physical pain to emotional calming, CBD is safe and effective support. Come learn the basics of CBD oil, the history of its use, and how to begin taking it.

Hemp seeds are highly digestible with 35% protein, with a near perfect 3 to 1 ratio of Omega-6 to Omega-3 fatty acids. Hemp oil can penetrate all seven layers of the skin and has been shown to be beneficial for those suffering from psoriasis and eczema . The hemp plant itself can be used as food, animal feed, fuel, fiber, paper, plastics and even as a building materials in the form of hemp insulation, hemp fiberboard and hempcrete. Hemp is four times more absorbent than wood, making it an excellent material for animal bedding, cat litter and for absorbing toxic oil or chemical spills.

Hemp CBD Oil has been making headlines lately, especially around Texas. So what exactly is CBD oil and why are people talking about it? Let’s break it down:

Hemp CBD Oil is derived from the Cannabis Sativa L plant. There are many uses of the Cannabis Sativa L plant, so it helps to relieve confusion if we use of the correct term for the plant based on how it is used:

How the plant is grown, the extraction method, and the heat and pressure used impact the end product and its effectiveness. There are many ways to extract molecules from a cannabis plant. These methods include solvents, CO2 gas, or using oils such as coconut, olive, sunflower etc. Various manufacturers utilize processing methods that provide for whole plant extractions that preserve the terpenes and various plant components to create what is referred to as the “entourage effect.” Since the cannabis plant is very efficient at taking up what is contained in the soil where it is grown, it is important to know where and how the plant is cultivated and extracted.

The molecules within the cannabis plant are referred to as cannabinoids , and there are over 100 different cannabinoids found in the cannabis plant. Cannabidiol (CBD) is a non-psychotropic cannabinoid found in the cannabis plant and has been reported to have anti-inflammatory, anti-anxiety, and anti-seizure properties . International research has shown CBD to be beneficial for conditions such as Parkinson’s, epilepsy, and numerous neurological and autoimmune disorders.

When CBD or any other cannabinoid is extracted from a hemp plant, it is a legal hemp product similar to hemp seeds, hemp protein, hemp milk, etc. that can be found in thousands of grocery stores and other shops across Texas. Various uses of CBD can be found in cosmetics, sublingual oil, vape oil and transdermal patches.

Did you know that all mammals have an Endocannabinoid System designed to be nourished from cannabinoids?

It was only recently discovered in the ‘90s! Humans naturally produce the cannabinoids (known as Anandamide and 2-Arachidonoylglycerol) and have many receptor sites all over the body for cannabinoids, including in the central nervous system, digestive system, endocrine system and respiratory system. The endocannabinoid system could be called the body’s “Master System.” This system helps act as a regulator for various body functions in both pets and people, and many functions of the body can be improved when people start nourishing their endocannabinoid system by adding cannabinoids to the diet. Non-cannabis plants that contain cannabinoids include: Chocolate Theobroma cacao, Black pepper Piper nigrum, Coneflower Echinacea and others.

Does the quality of CBD Oil matter?

Will hemp be legal to grow in Texas anytime soon?

Peoples Rx offers quality CBD oils to choose from, including Palmetto Harmony, Lidtke, Hemp Fusion and CV Sciences , which come in different forms, including capsule, spray, sublingual and vaping oils. Talk to one of their wellness specialists to see if you may be a candidate who could benefit from the use of one of these products.

What are other hemp uses?

Swail says DPS insisted they needed to take the oil to test it. He says law enforcement threatened to arrest him if he didn’t comply.

However, just a few days ago, the pharmacy’s owner, Bill Swail, says the Department of Public Safety came into his stores and demanded all the oil be removed from his shelves. He insists he’s following the law and his products have very low levels of THC.

In a statement, DPS says they inspected and removed several items that they are testing for THC content. “No arrests were made and no additional action has been taken at this time.”

THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol) is the mind-altering ingredient found in cannabis. Many stores in Texas, like People’s Pharmacy, a holistic pharmacy headquartered in Austin, say they’re carrying the over-the-counter oil and following the law.

We reported earlier this month, that members of Texas’ Department of Public Safety Commission put off establishing the rules for the state’s limited medical marijuana law until their next meeting in October. DPS has to license three dispensing organizations by September first of next year.