1. CBD may help with Autism

    CBD may help with Autism

    Can CBD Treat Autism?

    CBD may very well be a viable treatment for autism, a neurodevelopmental condition that affects 1% of people worldwide.

    To better understand how CBD’s potential in treating autistic children, let’s provide an overview of what autism is, and how it is currently being treated.


    What is Autism?

    Autism is a serious developmental disorder that impairs the ability to communicate and interact. While treatment can help people with autism, the condition cannot be cured (as of current).

    It is often referred to as autism spectrum disorder (ASD), referring to a broad range of conditions characterized by challenges with social skills, repetitive behaviours, speech, and nonverbal communication, all of which impa...

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  2. Is CBD safe for teenagers?

    Is CBD safe for teenagers?

    CBD can be used to relieve a variety of ailments in children and can even be found in medicine thanks to the FDA’s recent approval of the first cannabis-based CBD medicine for childhood epilepsy.

    But what about teenagers?

    At, we will give you a guide to how CBD could help with teenagers and adolescents.


    First, here’s a quick review on CBD and how it works.

    An acronym for cannabidiol, CBD is the second most abundant cannabinoid, (following THC), found in the cannabis plant. A major difference in the two compounds is that CBD is completely non-intoxicating. THC however, is the compound responsible for giving user...

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  3. What CBD Oil Gummies are and what they do

    What CBD Oil Gummies are and what they do

    CBD edibles are one of the most popular ways to consume CBD. People have had a great success using CBD to make snacks and treats filled with CBD that people can eat. Ranging from CBD Gummies to CBD Peanut butter. Edibles are a great way and tasty way to medicate yourself.

    CBD Edibles are more slowly metabolized than the other forms of CBD. This means that the active effects may come on a bit slower but they will linger for much longer.

    CBD oil and Hemp oil can be ingested in many forms and it isn’t just the CBD tincture that is effective.

    Cannabis infused edibles are quickly gaining popularity, especially among those patients who can’t bear the taste of CBD oil.  CBD gummy will allow you to experience all the benefits of CBD oil buy in the form of a tasty sweet that can be discretely ingested while at work or social events.


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  4. CBD Could help with Allergies and Asthma

    CBD Could help with Allergies and Asthma

    CBD could have surprising benefits to your Allergies or Asthma this spring. Everyone knows smoking, cigarette or cannabis, will exacerbate the problem when it comes to Asthma or Alleges. So its not surprising that people would turn to the wide variety of smoke free CBD products as an anti- inflammatory alternative.

    CBD can treat and protect against asthma and allergy flare ups.

    There are anecdotal claims and emerging research that CBD can reduce inflammation and mucus production related to allergies and asthma.

    By interacting with endocannabinoid receptors, CBD may treat and protect against asthma and allergy symptoms. However, more research will help to better understand this process.


    Symptoms of Asthma:

    • Coughing
    • Wheezing
    • Shortness of breath
    • Difficulty breathing
    • Chest tightness
    • Depression

    Tigger’s of Asthma...

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  5. Is CBD Safe to use for children and babies?

    Is CBD safe to use for kids and babies?

    The thought of giving CBD to children and infants may seem scary to some. As CBD comes from the cannabis plant this doesn’t come surprising. Though it's derived from cannabis, CBD oil is not the same as recreational marijuana (or medical marijuana) and doesn't contain meaningful amounts of THC, the compound in marijuana that produces a "high". The oil, which is not physically addictive, is typically taken as a liquid under the tongue, via gel capsule, or as a cream.

    Many parents have been telling their stories about how they have been giving CBD to their children and how they have seen a change and helped their child.

    Normally when a child is sick, we all turn to over the counter medicine. Recently that is starting to include CBD products. But not only is CBD being used for Pain or sleeping problems, Parents are now introducing CBD into their children’s lives for other rea...

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  6. CBD for Skin Acne

    CBD for Skin Acne

    What is Acne?

    Acne is skin condition caused by inflammation of your skin glands or hair follicles. It can cause pimples and scaring, typically on the face, forehead, chest, upper back or shoulders. Most people have acne at some point in their life, typically between the ages of 11 and 30.

    Acne happens when the skin pore surrounding the hair follicle becomes clogged with dead cells and oil produced by the sebaceous glands that normally keep the face moisturized.

    Most people have had an experience with four main types of acne.

    • White heads - Blocked pores which bulge out the follicle wall
    • Black heads – pores that become congested with bacteria and oil
    • Pimples – Bacteria induced inflammation at the follicle tip
    • Cysts – Blockages and inflammation that occur deep inside the follicle
    • ...
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  7. 5 Important questions answered by Mary Jane Labs

    5 Important questions answered by Mary Jane Labs

    1. Does CBD oil get you high?

    One of most popular questions asked is, Will CBD get you high?

    Well the answer to that is no! CBD will NOT get you high.

    Cannabidiol (CBD) is naturally non-intoxicating. You may feel calmer when taking it as CBD’s effects are more relaxing vs a high feeling.  Not only will CBD not get you high, but it actually counteracts the high effects of THC, which is the compound notorious for getting people high.

    CBD oil usually comes from special hemp plants that purposefully contain little to no THC.

    So, can CBD oil get you high? No. This is what makes it a great option for symptom relief for patients of all kinds. It’s also what makes it legal in many place...

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