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The Recreational CBD Weekly Review: Terpenes, New Cannabis Holiday, Curing Buds, and more

July 12, 2019

Are terpenes poised to become the next dominant trend in the cannabis industry? Every component of the cannabis plant seems to have amazing benefits so, why not?

Plus, what’s the deal with all the 7/10 sales this week? Also, if you happen to be growing cannabis or CBD buds, make sure to check out our piece about the best way to cure the nugs. And did you notice that a lot of ‘ex-stoners’ are ditching their THC-heavy products and turning to CBD instead? All that and more in this week’s Recreational CBD Review and Newsletter.

Why Terpenes are the next big thing in the cannabis industry?

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Although CBD and THC are undeniably popular, at times, they might seem like yesterday’s news. Right now, terpenes are all the rage and the market is on the verge of a veritable explosion. In all honesty, it’s a bit surprising that this compound wasn’t discovered sooner, considering it’s often one of the deciding factors when making a flower purchase. As it stands, terpenes are likely to be one of the most popular cannabis industry sectors in the next few years.

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What’s the story behind the ‘710’ cannabis holiday?

710 holiday

If you’ve been online over the last week, you’ve probably noticed an influx of cannabis sales titled “710 deals”; what’s that all about? For most, July 10th is nothing more than another day of the week, month, year.. but in the cannabis community, 7/10 has a lot of meaning. It’s actually considered a ‘cannabis holiday’ and was created as a day to celebrate concentrates – or dabs.

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Best CBD Vape Pens for Summer 2019

best vape pens

Vaping CBD has never been so popular and accessible and it’s an ideal solution for people who need immediate relief from their symptoms. When it came to finding the very best CBD Vape Pens on the market in 2019, we were faced with a difficult task, but we were able to come up with a short list of products you should definitely try for yourself. 

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How to cure your CBD flowers to perfection

curing CBD flowers

It takes a lot of blood, sweat and tears to grow good cannabis. You’ll need to have time, resources, and above all, patience and TLC. One of the most important steps in the process actually happens after the cannabis has already been grown and harvested, and that’s curing. Properly cured nugs have stronger effects and refined flavors. Here we’ll take a quick look at the best way to cure CBD flowers to absolute perfection.

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Why cannabis enthusiasts are turning to CBD in droves

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A lot of people use cannabis for the relaxing high they experience, AKA getting stoned. Lately however, many cannabis connoisseurs are shifting away from regular THC use and turning to CBD instead. Cannabidiol is the second most dominant cannabinoid in the cannabis plant, and the it’s the main one found in hemp. Unlike THC however, CBD is mellow, but non-intoxicating.

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OTHER TRENDING NEWS:

Concerns raised over U.K. CBD products following new ‘High Street’ tests

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According to a new study commissioned by the London-based Centre for Medicinal Cannabis (CMC), nearly 40% of CBD products sold in the U.K. have a lower cannabidiol content than what’s listed on their labels. Additional tests found that one product even had high enough levels ethanol to legally qualify as an alcoholic beverage.

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Studies show CBD can lower blood pressure

cbd blood pressure

Nearly 103 million American adults struggle with high blood pressure. There are often no symptoms to look out for, which makes it all the more dangerous. If left untreated, high blood pressure can be life threatening. There are some basic steps you can take to lower your blood pressure such as eating healthy, exercising regularly, and cutting out tobacco and alcohol. Could all natural CBD be an addition to that list? 

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