Let’s take a closer look at CBD bioavailability: how much CBD are you really getting when you take a tincture, eat a gummy, or vape? In this video, we compared the bioavailability for popular methods of taking this supplement.
Let’s take a closer look at CBD bioavailability: how much CBD are you really getting when you take a tincture, eat a gummy, or vape?
Bioavailability is the degree & rate at which a substance is absorbed into the bloodstream, in this case, CBD. There are several different methods of dosing CBD and each one has a different bioavailability. So, how much CBD are you really getting?
In this video, we compared bioavailability for the most popular methods of taking this supplement.
Ministry of Hemp visited NoCo Hemp Expo 2019. Jessica, Drew, Kit, and Matt from Ministry of Hemp headed to Denver for NoCo Hemp Expo 2019. This video has just a…
Ministry of Hemp visited NoCo Hemp Expo 2019.
Jessica, Drew, Kit, and Matt from Ministry of Hemp headed to Denver for NoCo Hemp Expo 2019. This video has just a few of the many highlights from the trip. Marcus Grignon from Hempstead Project Heart talk about patents on hemp during the Indigenous Perspectives of Hemp panel, Kit O’Connell, our very own editor in chief, talks about language in the hemp industry, and Keith Butler from Life Patent tells us about how our bodies process CBDA!
Hemp fashion on display at NoCo 6’s fashion show, ranging from a tailored hemp suit to hemp hoodies, Hawaiian shirts and t-shirts. (Ministry of Hemp / Kit O’Connell)
With so many brands out there, it’s hard to know who to trust or what to look for so you can rest assured you’re getting a quality CBD product that will produce the desired results. Make sure you’re getting great CBD with our CBD buying guide!
Make sure you’re getting great CBD with our CBD buying guide!
It’s almost as if every day there are new CBD brands. With so many brands out there, it’s hard to know who to trust or what to look for so you can rest assured you’re getting a quality CBD product that will produce the desired results.
That’s why we’re going to go over a few things to look for that should be the standard in this industry in this CBD buying guide! All of these things should be information that is easy to find on a brand’s website. Check out this video for tips on buying CBD and what to look for!
When we heard about Afternoon Delight, a CBD ice cream flavor at Austin’s Prohibition Creamery, we knew we had to pay them a visit. Spoiler alert: we loved it and it definitely had us feeling relaxed after!
We heard that Prohibition Creamery had a CBD ice cream flavor, so we knew Ministry of Hemp had to go check it out!
Owner & founder, Laura Aidan, told us about how she discovered CBD and why she decided to make a CBD ice cream! We also got to try the flavor, “Afternoon Delight.”
Spoiler alert: we loved it and it definitely had us feeling relaxed after! If you are in or visiting Austin, check out Prohibition Creamery!
Visit Prohibition Creamery
1407 E 7th St
Austin, TX 78702
Ministry of Hemp talked with Culture Trip’s U.S. Editor, Jillian Anthony, during SXSW 2019! Plus Restart CBD and Dawn Evans of Synergy Skincare & Spa paired up to give SXSW attendees a relaxing CBD facial.
Ministry of Hemp got CBD facials and talked with Culture Trip‘s U.S. Editor, Jillian Anthony, during SXSW 2019!
Our new Spotlight series showcases the people and places of hemp. In our first video, we pay a visit to the Joy Organics store in Austin, Texas and try their CBD energy drink!
In our new spotlight series we are going to visit places and people within the hemp industry!
Our first stop is the Joy Organics store in Austin, Texas. We got to talk with owner Danielle Cearbaugh and get some insight into what Joy Organics is about and what she wants you to know about buying quality CBD. We also got to try Joy Organics’ CBD Energy Drink, which comes in a delicious “Happy Berry” flavor.
Bonus: Use coupon code mof15 for 15 percent off online Joy Organics orders!
Today we’re going to show you how to make DIY hemp milk at home. Not only is it super fast and easy, but you can add ingredients to suit your…
Today we’re going to show you how to make DIY hemp milk at home.
Not only is it super fast and easy, but you can add ingredients to suit your personal taste preferences. Homemade hemp milk is a more economical option to store bought hemp milk, and you know exactly what is in it. Let’s make some hemp milk!
Today we’re going to talk about Hemp vs. Marijuana. With the rising legalization of all forms of cannabis, things can get a little confusing sometimes.
I’m Jessica with Ministry of Hemp, America’s Leading Hemp Advocate.
Today we’re going to talk about hemp and marijuana. With the legalization of both of these industries, there’s a lot of information popping up, and with more information comes more MISinformation.
So today we’re gonna talk about how they are both similar and totally different! Let’s get to it.
HEMP VS. MARIJUANA: WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE?
Cannabis is a family of plants with two primary classifications – indica and sativa. While marijuana can be a member of either the indica or sativa families, hemp is only a member of the cannabis sativa family.
Cannabis contains a variety of different cannabinoids. The two most dominant are tetrahydrocannabinol, known as THC, and cannabidiol, known as CBD. While both have been shown to have benefits to the human body, THC, has psychoactive effects, which means you “get high,” while CBD does not.
While hemp contains 0.3 percent THC or less, marijuana is abundant with THC, different strains can contain anywhere from 5-35 percent THC.
Marijuana is grown for medicinal and recreational purposes. Due to its psychoactive properties, marijuana is usually consumed by smoking, vaping or in edibles.
Hemp, on the other hand, has over 25,000 possible applications such as dietary supplements, skincare and body products, clothing and fabric, and even paper, construction, and fuel!
Marijuana, however, is not legal in every state at this point. It’s still illegal in many states, some have only legalized medical marijuana, and some states have both legal medical and recreational marijuana.
Today’s video is about using hemp oil in skin care. Hemp oil is filled with so many good for you vitamins, minerals, and healthy fats.
Today’s video is about using hemp oil in skin care.
Today we’re going to talk about some of the ways hemp oil is one of the best things out there for your skin. Hemp oil is filled with so many good for you vitamins, minerals, and healthy fats such as: magnesium, potassium, Vitamin B1 & B2, Omega-3 & Omega-6 fatty acids, and Vitamin E. We benefit from all the good stuff found in hemp oil in two ways: by eating it and applying it to our skin. Without further ado, let’s find out some of the benefits of using hemp oil on your skin!
HEMP OIL WON’T CLOG YOUR PORES
Did you know that oils are rated on a scale of 0-5, 0 being non-comedogenic, meaning it won’t clog your pores, and 5 being comedogenic, meaning it will clog your pores?
Coconut oil is rated a 4, this is an oil that is very likely to cause clogged pores. Meanwhile, rose hip oil is a 1 and hemp oil is rated a 0!
USING HEMP OIL IN SKIN CARE FOR CLEANSING
Since hemp oil won’t clog your pores, it works wonderfully as an oil cleanser. Simply rub 1 tablespoon of hemp oil into your skin, then cover with a hot washcloth to steam. Your skin will soak up any remaining oil and it will look plump and hydrated.
The fats, or lipids, in hemp oil are similar to the ones found in skin, making it an effective moisturizer and protector for our skin.
Packed with vitamins and amino acids, hmp oil is a great choice for skincare. Even better, hemp oil wont clog pores.
HEMP OIL TREATS SKIN CONDITIONS AND REDUCES SIGNS OF AGING
Hemp seed oil is made from the only edible seed that contains gamma-linolenic acid. This substance is needed to regulate hormone levels and it can diminish hormone related acne.
Psoriasis is caused by a deficiency of omega-6 fatty acids and since hemp oil is chock full of these wonderful omegas, it’s very effective in treating psoriasis. It also hydrates and helps bring oxygen to your skin, making it an effective treatment for eczema, and dry, itchy skin.
Hemp oil fills skin with extra moisture and stimulates the natural production of collagen which helps fight fine lines and wrinkles, making this a really great anti-aging ingredient.
Do you use hemp oil in your skincare routine? Let us know in the comments!