Article by Canna Lance, Cannabis Life Network
Cannabidiol, better known as CBD, has become a mainstream product these days. Studies have linked CBD to everything from helping people maintain youthful and radiant skin, to reducing anxiety and pain, to helping people kick cigarettes, and more.
CBD commonly comes from cannabis and it’s present in hemp and in medical marijuana.
However, cannabis isn’t the only source these days for CBD
You can get your CBD from hops too. Peak Health has a particular variety of hops that was said to be found growing on the Silk Road in India. Wild cannabis was growing in the same area as this variety of hops and the wild cannabis cross-pollinated the hop plants. The result of this cross-pollination was a variety of hop plant that contained CBD!
Peak Health discovered a loophole that others dreamed of finding. Many people are confused when it comes to whether or not CBD is legal. This is very understandable as the government continues negative propaganda campaigns that send up a smoke screen of confusion around this misunderstood cannabinoid. Is CBD from hops as good as CBD from cannabis? According to Peak Health, it is.
Cannabis-infused beverages could be a huge hit in Canada
It seems that CBD isn’t the only thing hopping into hops these days. It looks like THC and CBD will soon be hopping in with hops, too. Molson Coors of Canada has announced plans for the 1st cannabis-infused beverage of its kind in Canada. The drinks will not be alcohol infused with cannabis. Instead, the beverages will be THC based containing no alcohol.