• CBD For Winter Sports Recovery

    Skiing and snowboarding can take a physical toll on the body resulting in boot-induced foot pain, achey knees, wipeout bruises, and sore, burning quad muscles. Many athletes are discovering they enjoy the benefits of high-CBD cannabis strains.
  • Is CBD Legal In Vermont?

    Curious about the legal status of hemp and CBD in the state of Vermont? Hemp and its active component, cannabidiol, are both legal in Vermont. Cannabidiol, also known as CBD, does not cause intoxication and thus may be purchased from retailers or grown for personal consumption.
  • Terpene Profiles: Limonene

    Limonene is a terpene known for its intense, fresh citrus scent. Terpenes are fragrant compounds that serve special functions in plants. One reason plants produce limonene is to defend themselves against insects and pathogens. 
  • Terpene Profiles: Caryophyllene

    Terpenes serve special functions in plants. Caryophyllene is known for its spicy, woody, peppery aroma it gives to cloves and black pepper. This is likely a defensive mechanism to tell animals and insects, “Don’t eat me!” but it happens that humans like the smell.
  • An Introduction To The Human Endocannabinoid System

    Why are humans sensitive to compounds found in the cannabis plant, such as THC and CBD? It all relates to our endocannabinoid system. Cannabis is an amazing plant because it adapted to produce compounds that mimic chemicals inside our brains.

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Follow along with us on our journey to discover unique new strains, learn about cannabinoids, and enjoy everything the amazing hemp plant has to offer.