1. Ibuprofen VS CBD

    Are you living with chronic pain? You’re not alone. 


    Treatment options can be limited, especially for severe chronic pain, leaving many people desperate and frustrated. Worst of all, many common medications for pain relief – both prescription and over-the-counter (OTC) can be accompanied by all kinds of unwanted and unpleasant side effects.

    Take ibuprofen, for example. It’s one of the most common pain relief medications, and it’s considered to be very safe. However, regular and long-term ibuprofen use is associated with many side effects, some life-threatening, like increased risk of heart attack and stomach bleeding. It’s also unsafe to use for those with certain gastrointestinal problems, like stomach ulcers.


    Thankfully, there are alternatives, such as cannabidiol (CBD), which is quickly becoming a popular option for those seeking daily ...

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  2. CBD Facts you need to know

    CBD Oil will Not get you high

    CBD does not cause the feeling of being ‘high’ that is often associated with cannabis. The ‘high’ is caused by THC. THC binds tightly with CB1 and CB2 nerve receptors in the brain and throughout the body. CBD does not bind the receptors and instead causes its therapeutic actions through more indirect means.

    Because CBD doesn’t make you feel intoxicated, it is a great option for workers, parents, children and for any one in their every day life.

    Many health conditions, both severe, both severe and not, are treated with pharmaceutical drugs. Unfortunately, many of these drugs have unpleasant or dangerous side effects. In some instances, CBD may offer non-toxic, virtually side-effects free, natural benefits for individuals who want to avoid or reduce the number of pharmaceuticals they are taking.


    CBD is a main Component of Cannabis

    Cannabidiol (CBD) is a primary component of cannabis. It is one of more than 85 compounds unique to the plant and grouped under the umbrella term Cannabinoids. CBD undergone the heaviest scientific study.

    The Human body produces Cannabinoids and CBD Oil helps

    Phyto cannabinoids are cannabinoids derived from plants. Endocannabinoids are cannabinoids produced naturally in the human body.

    This molecule activates the CB1 receptor.

    Benefits of activating the CB1 receptor are:

    • Lowering Anxiety
    • Lowering blood pressure
    • Relieving depression
    • Increasing myelin formation
    • Decreasing intestinal inflammation
    • Reducing fear and paranoia
    • Increasing BDNF levels
    • Increasing PPARy expression
    • Reducing GPR55 signalling
    • Lowering prolactin

    An enzyme in the blood known as FAAH is responsible for breaking down anandamide. CBD is an inhibitor of FAAH, meaning more anandamide to be available to the CB1 receptors.

    Anandamide has been shown to stop proliferation of breast cancer cells, promote anti-anxiety and antidepressant effects and increases...

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  3. Ways CBD can Benefit Healthy people

    Can CBD help me if I’m a health human?

    The answer is yes! CBD can only help you. CBD can NOT harm you!

    The compound works by interacting with the humans Endocannabinoid system (ECS), the system in the body responsible for promoting and maintaining homeostasis.

    The ECS regulates everything in our bodies from sleep, mood, memory, digestion, immune function, neural development and metabolism. This is the reason CBD is able to help so many different symptoms that we experience daily.

    Even if you are in the best shape in your life, have no physical ailments and live a generally low-stress life, you can still benefit from taking or using CBD.


    With a lot of research being done on CBD, its shows that CBD can help with a lot of common health issues including:

    • Aches and pains
    • Ache
    • Stress
    • Sleeping issues
    • Skin care problems
    • Inflammation
    • Depression
    • Headaches
    • Mood disorders
    • Anxiety




    your skin is often viewed as a reflection of your diet, exercise and even stress levels. Those with healthy lifestyles will have good skin. Staying hydrated, eating organic and occasional exercise usually translates to clear skin. However, just because you’re a health fanatic doesn’t mean your protected from outbreaks, rashes, or even wrinkles. CBD infused skin care products work wonders for the skin and can reduce the risks of rashes, wrinkles and ache outbreaks.

    CBD skincare products come in cleansers, scrubs, moisturisers, serums, lip balms and much more. CBD skincare products are said to be extremely effective in maintaining and creating the healthy and flawless skin that every one craves for. This is thanks to CBD’s incredible regenerative and anti-inflammation properties.

    Anxiety and stress

    The feeling of stress or anxiety happens to every one at some point in their lives. For times when those unexpected feelings of angst or worry come on, you can be prepared to handle the symptoms with CBD. A lot of people love CBD oil for its convenience and quick digestion. Others, prefer CBD vapes and have also reported it helps them focus on their breathing to control the anxiety. Other people like taking CBD capsules, typically as an everyday wellness supplement for a gradual way of keeping feelings of anxiety at bay.


    Suffer with headaches? Headaches aren’t just painful; they are a total innocence to everyday life and frustrating when they won’t subside. Either it being a stress related headache or dehydration or even a migraine, CBD may help ease them. Cannabinoid is a natural way to ease that pounding feeling in your head. 



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  4. The most effective CBD Carrier oils

    As the usage of CBD increases, new products are emerging. There are a number of different carrier oils available to manufactures. However, just like any product, some base oils are better than others.


    In this blog from Mary Jane Labs, will cover the industry’s 3 most commonly used bases/carrier oils in detail and highlight their respective benefits. These are what are considered the most effective CBD Carrier oils.

    When buying CBD products, these base ingredients will most likely cross your path.


    Hemp Seed – Nutritious, Healthy Base Oil

    Hemp seed oil comes from the same Hemp plant as CBD. That said, Hemp seed oil is made from pressing the seeds. It does not contain any significant amount of Cannabidiol. However, numerous CBD manufacturers have chosen Hemp seed oil as their carrier oil of choice. Once purified, Hemp seed oil has a pleasant, almost nutty flavour and a golden colour. Without a doubt, it is among the healthiest of all the CBD carrier oils. This is because it contains high levels of Omega-3 and Omega-6. It is also abundant in other vitamins and minerals. Furthermore, it has a reputation for being a powerful antioxidant. Combined with CBD (Cannabidiol oil), the 2 ingredients work in synergy to produce a potent remedy.


    Olive Oil – An Effective Carrier for Cannabidiol

    Olive oil is something that we find in many kitchens. It is a liquid fat made from pressing whole Olives (Olea European). This oil is thick with a strong, fruity flavour and is pale yellow in colour. Monounsaturated fatty acids (MUFAs) are the main type of fat in Olive oil. These are healthy dietary fats and will provide significant health benefits. It is an anti-inflammatory and will reduce the risk of heart disease. Olive oil is probably the second most popular transport method for CBD oil tinctures. Importantly, it has high levels of bioavailability. This means it enters circulation quickly when introduced into the body and is able to have an active effect.


    MCT Oil – Ideal for Flavoured CBD

    MCT is the abbreviation of medium-chain-triglycerides. The MCT oil is made via a process called fractionation. MCT’s come from coconut or palm kernel oil. Pure MCT oil h...

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  5. How CBD is Extracted from Hemp – Two common ways

    Although there are several ways to extract CBD from the Hemp plant, the two that are most common are Ethanol extraction and CO2 extraction. Both have advantages and disadvantages and both are capable of producing a first-rate product, but its important to know the difference.


    Ethanol extraction:

    When extracting CBD oil from Hemp using Ethanol extraction, the first thing you should do is heat the plant material to achieve something called Decarboxylation (That’s the removal of carbon atoms from the carbon chain.)

    That then leaves you with a fine, green powder that is subsequently soaked in a solvent, which in this case is Ethanol. After a while, the solution is filtered, the liquid separates from the plant matter and eventually, the Ethanol evaporates.


    One of the arguments in favour of Ethanol extraction is that it maintains the chemical ratios that occur naturally in Hemp plants. So, you g...

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  6. Three reasons why CBD might not be working for you!

    Does CBD ever work?? How much should I be taking?? A couple of questions asked by those who are thinking their CBD isn’t working for them. Without any prior knowledge, people sometimes go out on a limb and try a higher dosage, yet feel like they are not getting the most beneficial outcome.


    In fact, there are a number of legitimate reasons why CBD might not be working for you! So, before you throw in the towel and give up on CBD, check and see if any of these following reasons apply to yourself.


    You need to give it more time:
    Some people expect instant results when taking CBD, but each body is different. If you are using a topical CBD and you don’t feel a result after 2-5 minutes, reapply more CBD on the same spot. If you are consuming an ingestible, it...

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  7. Classic Breakfast – Toast with CBD Infused butter

    There are many wonderful things that you can put on your toast, aside from butter. You could also put avocado, egg, vegetables, cheese, strawberry, bacon, or CBD oil in your classic breakfast toast. 


    Here’s a simple but tasty recipe to dress your breakfast.

    You will need:

    ⦁    A teaspoon of cumin seeds;

    ⦁    Olive oil (use as intended; mainly for frying sunny side up eggs);

    ⦁    Seasonings (salt and pepper; determine the amount through taste);

    ⦁    Four slices of toasted bread;

    ⦁    One avocado;

    ⦁    Two eggs;

    ⦁    CBD oil (the amount which is right for you);

    ⦁    A quarter cube of butter.


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  8. CBD Infused Parmesan Mashed Potatoes

    Looking for a new way to do your Sunday mash? Look no further…

    You will need:

    • A large pot for boiling potatoes;
    • Fork for poking potatoes;
    • A bowl;
    • A spoon or any tool for mashing potatoes;
    • Cup and spoon for measuring.



    1. Three ounces of parmesan cheese;
    2. CBD oil (amount should be according to the instructions written in the packet of the brand you bought);
    3. Seasonings (salt and pepper);
    4. One teaspoon of rosemary;
    5. One teaspoon of garlic powder;
    6. A quarter cup of milk;
    7. Half a cup of sour cream;
    8. A quarter cup of butter;
    9. Five pounds of potatoes.


    How to make:...

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  9. CBD & DOGS

    What can CBD do for your dog?


    Anti-inflammatory: By activating TRPV-1 receptors CBD regulates pain perceptions, inflammation and temperature.


    Arthritis in dogs: Since inflammation and swelling is the leading cause of joint pain, CBD are perfect for these types of conditions.


    Anxiety: Separation anxiety, fear of fireworks and thunder storms are phobias which can be eased with the correct dosage of CBD.


    Cancer: CBD CAN NOT HEAL DOGS FROM CANCER! But it can help reduce the pain, increase appetite and help stop seizures.


    Seizures:  CBD have been shown to reduce and help manage seizures brought...

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  10. Red Velvet CBD Cupcakes Recipe for Valentine’s Day


    Make your Valentine’s day special by making your very own CBD Red Velvet Cupcakes.

    Simple Equipment you will need:

    • Oven
    • Muffin Tin
    • Muffin Cups
    • 2 Large Mixing Bowls
    • Hand Mixer
    • Measuring cups
    • Spatula
    • Wire Whisk
    • Ice Cream / Cookie Dough Scoop
    • Piping Bag + Star Tip


    Once you have all your Equipment, Time to get all your ingredients ready.


    Ingredients for the Red Velvet Cupcakes

    • ½ cup Butter melted
    • 1 cup Granulated Sugar
    • 2 Eggs
    • ½ cup Milk
    • 1 tsp Vanilla Extract
    • 1½ cups Flour
    • 1 pinch Salt
    • ...
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