Do I need a medical card to purchase these gummies? Just head to the online store, make a purchase, and wait for the goodies to arrive. Since they do not contain any THC, they will not make you high.
Oh yea, Not Pot is 100% cruelty-free as they don’t and never will test on animals. The brand was started by Kati Holland and Jeremy Cai. For sure, @notpotdealer on Twitter and @notpot in Instagram. Reach out via 🐌 mail or email: 340 S Lemon Ave #7499 Walnut, CA 91789. If you’re looking for a video review on the brand, then this video below is one that you need to watch. It’s an in-depth 8-minute review that pretty much covers all the benefits of the product. The video reviews of this brand are really scarce and this one hits all the important touch-points that you need to know about.
I suggest watching it if you’re still having doubts. A guy named Nick Diramio just recently uploaded a video review on YouTube covering the brand. Feel free to watch it to get another opinion other than mine. The Not Pot CBD products are pretty solid, actually really solid. You should go ahead and give these a shot as I can vouch for them. If you think otherwise, then I don’t know what to say. The design rocks, the products rock, the customer support rocks, pretty much everything about this company is awesome. Give them a shot by picking up a bottle today or subscribing and I promise you will not be sorry! Do you think another brand out there makes great gummies just like NotPot.com? You’ll find my contact information on the TruthAboutHemp.org homepage. Hi, I'm one of the founders and current editor-in-chief of Truth About Hemp. I make sure all our publications are clear, concise, and accurate. I'm exceptionally passionate about natural remedies, health, fitness, and overall wellness. When not researching, I enjoy spending time with my family, preferably outdoors. Whether it's on a body of water or a mountain, as long as I'm connecting with the earth and my family. Why CBD Water Is Not Really A Thing And May Even Be Dangerous. Two identical drams of CBD from Avicanna's laboratories demonstrate the lighter, pinkish one on the . CBD water is a perfect example of capitalism at its phoniest. While plenty of companies are looking to cash in by claiming their products contain beneficial CBD, CBD water is the easiest example of how a fool and his money are soon parted. CBD or cannabidiol, the low THC product that everyone touts as being "the non-psychoactive form of cannabis," (which in and of itself is slightly misleading, but that is for a different column) destabilizes when exposed to light or oxygen. Legitimate CBD products are sold in dark, opaque bottles with labels that warn the consumer to store the bottle away from light, in a cool, dark place. Scientists are just beginning to understand how hemp-derived CBD is beneficial to the human body’s endocannabinoid system. Depending on the manufacturing process, the minuscule amount of CBD that CBD water contains is most likely rendered ineffective when it is exposed to light for an extended period of time, such as being stationary in a brightly-lit supermarket refrigerator or storage facility all day. CBD products should be kept out of direct light, in order for the CBD not to destabilize. Some manufacturing processes may be able to keep the components stable while exposed to light in the short term, but it will not remain stable if the water is sitting on a shelf for months or even weeks. That means CBD in a clear water bottle stored on a brightly-lit supermarket shelf is most likely completely useless and provides no other benefit than the regular hydrating effect of plain water.
Assuming some manufacturer takes the initiative to sell CBD in dark brown glass bottles, like Guinness, from the moment the cap is opened and oxygen hits the product, it begins to destabilize. Therefore, putting a dropper full of CBD into a bottle of water and sipping it here and there is not advisable either. Opening and closing the bottle numerous times and allowing oxygen and light to penetrate the container weakens the CBD, rendering it all but ineffective, quite quickly. (Unless fitness buffs do this at Soul Cycle, where the room is pretty dark and cyclists tend to chug.) "Cannabinoids are susceptible to degradation and specifically oxidization which is very concerning, as some of those degradants are toxic.
Cannabinoids are most stable in their trichomes on the flower or even in the resin where the terpenes and other natural chemicals provide some protection and anti-oxidation properties. This is why purified or isolated CBD-THC are very unstable unless properly formulated," said Aras Azadian, CEO of Avicanna, exclusively in an email. Green Rush Daily published an article last year stating, “The World Health Organization (WHO) has done extensive research regarding CBD water.