1. CBD and your Appetite

    CBD and your Appetite

    Our brain is one of the most powerful and complex organs in our body. One of its functions is to regulate our appetite. Appetite may not be something that we give the most importance, but its responsible for triggering the need for nourishment in our body. Without an appetite, you won’t be able to eat enough to fuel a healthy body.

    Studies show there is an increase in the number of people who are turning to CBD for regulating appetite. CBD or cannabidiol is derived from the cannabis plant. It’s a naturally occurring substance that has been proven to be safe and effective when it comes to regulating o ne’s appetite.


    How CBD can affect your metabolism

    A study done in 2016 showed that CBD may affect our metabolism directly. Done by a group of Korean researchers and published in the Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry journal, the researchers conducted careful monitoring on CBD to determine its effects on immatu

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  2. The benefits of CBD for Autoimmune Conditions

    The benefits of CBD for Autoimmune Conditions

    There are about 53 to 80 million people suffering from any one of the more than 80 different types of autoimmune diseases.

    Autoimmune conditions affect the human body by attacking healthy cells and tricking our immune system into thinki8ng the bodies healthy tissues are actually dangerous invaders. Doctors often tell their patients suffering from these diseases that there isn’t any way to heal their bodies, but thankfully more studies are looking into CBD and how it can used as an effective tool to help control the symptoms of many autoimmune diseases.

    What is Autoimmune Disease

    These types of conditions are an area of medicine that is largely misunderstood. There are currently more than 80 different registered autoimmune disorders that affect various parts of the body.

    Basically, autoimmune d

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  3. Tips for Buying CBD

    Tips for Buying CBD

    It will be very difficult to find a supplement that offers as many potential health benefits as hemp-derived CBD. When you purchase a hemp-sourced CBD product, you benefit from the health and wellness potential of cannabis without the risk of intoxication. People are catching on.

    After so much research what CBD is and how it works, many people wanting to try CBD are often hesitant to make that first purchase. Some people are afraid of buying the wrong type for their needs, and others are afraid of being taken advantage of after learning that many products on the market contain little, if not any CBD.

    If you are interested in the many potential health benefits of CBSD but are still uncomfortable purchasing a product, keep reading, It’s easy to determine the best type of product for your needs and avoid inferior products when you know what you’re looking for.

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  4. Can you breast feed while taking CBD?

    Can you breast feed while taking CBD?

    As a breastfeeding mother, you know how much it is important to monitor what you consume, like certain foods and drinks are off limits. But the big question is, can you use CBD while breastfeeding?

    These days CBD oil is all the rage and regardless of whom you speak to, some one will be preaching about the benefits of medical marijuana or its safer offspring, CBD oil. Nature’s healing tincture has earned its stellar reputation thanks to its ability to significantly reduce anxiety, treat arthritic pain, and also help overcome insomnia. So, with the number of people flocking to try the formidable medicine for a multitude of different issues, it is not surprising that expecting mothers are now wondering if CBD could ease the effects of postpartum issues like postpartum depression, anxiety, aching joints and even weight gain. This begs the all-important question that occupies the minds of breastfeeding mothers worldwide following p

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  5. CBD for Crohn’s Disease

    CBD for Crohn’s Disease

    This cannabis plant has been used in so many ways for plenty of years now. Today CBD and derivatives are being looked at for their potential therapy in the treatment of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) which includes ulcerative colitis (UC) and Crohns Disease (CD).

    These are the two main categories of irritable bowel disease, with an approximate 300,000 people suffering with IBD in the UK.

    Today plenty of people are starting to use CBD to treat Crohns disease.

    So, let’s take a look at what exactly Crohns disease is and how CBD could help treat and what medical research has found.


    Crohn’s Disease

    Crohn’s disease in an inflammatory disorder that can affect the whole gastrointestinal system but is often found in the small intestine. The major cause of symptoms is inflammation, which causes a

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  6. Everything you need to know about Hemp Flower

    Everything you need to know about Hemp Flower

    CBD is having a big moment as more and more people are becoming aware of its incredible health and wellness benefits.

    To answer your questions about CBD flower, here at Mary Jane Labs, we have complied a list of our most frequently asked questions about CBD

    What is CBD?

    CBD is short for Cannabidiol. It is a compound found in the flowers of a cannabis plant. Cannabis has been grown for medicine as well as for its useful hemp fibres for thousands of years, but it's only recently that scientists have isolated the compounds that pack cannabis with its therapeutic punch.

    CBD is a Phyto cannabinoid that is only found in Hemp plants. The molecule is non-psychoactive, which means it won’t ge

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  7. Fiction or Fact?? CBD

    Fiction or Fact??  CBD

    Over the past few years, CBD has become so popular that there are so many myths getting mixed up with facts. So here at Mary Jane Labs, we are giving you a few Fictions and Facts that are most commonly spoken about.

     FACT – CBD is a cannabinoid

    CBD stands for cannabidiol, which is a bit of a giveaway. Its one of about a hundred cannabinoids found in cannabis plants. Both marijuana and hemp, and is believed to have powerful antioxidant and neuroprotectant properties.


    Fiction – CBD is only extracted from marijuana plants

    CBD can be extracted from marijuana plants, but these tend to be high in THC and low in CBD. Most commercial CBD is actually extracted from low-THC industrial hemp.

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  8. 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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  9. How long does CBD stay in your system?

    How long does CBD stay in your system?

    One of the most questions asked is, how long does CBD stay in your system?

    Maybe your facing a drugs test at work or just want to know in general, whatever the reason, you will find all you need to know about how long CBD stays in your system.


    There are many species of the cannabis plant. All cannabis plants have a unique chemical makeup, but sometimes they can share similar compounds, albeit in different concentration.

    Some of the species can have a chemical compound called THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol). THC is the one responsible for making you high. Marijuana is one of those species of cannabis that is high on THC. On the other hand, CBD doesn’t make you high, as CBD effects are only therapeutic and even at its highest dosage, therapeutic and soothing. It is predominantly found in the hemp plant that belongs to cannabis pl

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  10. CBD used for Arthritis

    CBD used for Arthritis

    Around 350 million people around the world suffer from arthritis, including osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis and psoriatic arthritis.

    Arthritis is a condition marked by inflammatory of the joints. The main symptoms are joint pain and stiffness. The long-term effects of arthritis are degeneration and destruction of the joints. While many conventional medications for arthritis are available, they are not always effective and some carry adverse side effects.

    Many arthritis sufferers are choosing to use CBD, medical cannabis for its pain relief, minimal side effects and anti-inflammatory properties.


    What are the symptoms?

    Arthritis is typically felt in the hips, knees, wrists or fingers. Areas where the bones connect. The most common symptoms of arthritis are:

    • Trouble and discomfort in moving
    • Tenderness of joints
    • Redness
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