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Flying with Edibles & Bringing Weed On A Plane Is Easy 2020

Updated: Feb 16, 2020

It’s actually really easy to bring marijuana on a plane and fly with weed here in the United States. Yes, flying with edibles too. Laws in most states are geared towards medical marijuana and now recreational marijuana so people have been asking if you can bring weed on an airplane legally or even sneak it on a plane without a medical card. Technically, yes, just put it in your carry-on bag. That’s it, you don’t have to get creative. In fact, you do not want to put it in your checked bag because they do random searches with checked luggage.

But you need to put it in something like an Airport Security approved smell proof bag. They are easily available on Amazon. Then just throw it in with your clothes, socks, underwear, whatever. You can see from the security scan image and the testimonials that it won’t show up in the x-ray machine.

Can you bring weed on a plane?

Legally, yes, the TSA does allow you to bring medical marijuana on the plane. However, they do not search for any drugs or enforce local or federal laws for any type of marijuana. They can only call your local police department, where it may be legal. As for edibles, they won’t even know what they are looking at if they see it.
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Note that they say “The final decision rests with the TSA officer on whether an item is allowed through the checkpoint.”

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How you can you get past the TSA?
Airport Security can be a scary barrier to penetrate, but it’s actually extremely easy to just put weed in your carryon bag. Yes, that’s right, simply put it in your bag and forget about it. But it must be in your carryon, do not put it in your normal checked-in luggage or suitcase that goes under the plane in the cargo bay. The TSA does randomly search checked luggage before loading it onto the flight. Also no plastic bottles.

Legal Note: I am not promoting illegal drug smuggling by any means. I do assume you have a medical card, making marijuana legal for you or you live in a state where recreational marijuana is legal, such as California, Oregon, Washington, Nevada or Colorado. This article is for information or for educational purposes. For instance you can fly anywhere in Oregon legally! Portland police could care less about weed and the TSA is not even going to bother calling them to waste their time. It’s fully legal. While Federal laws still do not allow you to travel to other states with recreational marijuana, your state and local TSA may not care at all. They are not even looking for some random person flying with marijuana or a pot brownie.

Flying with marijuana, hash oils, dab wax, hash, vape cartridges, edible food, is all the same. You can also fly with vaporizers in your carryon bag. You can also fly with edibles in your bags, this may be the easiest to do. It is all organic material.

How to bring weed on a plane. Bringing weed on the plane
If you are a legal Medical Card carrier, then yes, you can transport a personal amount of legalized marijuana with you in the airport and on the airplane. But you better have your valid verifiable card on you because if you can not prove this, the marijuana will be confiscated by local law authorities(if they are bored that day) and you will get a ticket and a court date in that city for possession of marijuana. This can depend on your state though. There are still states out there who will jail you for carrying marijuana as if it is a hardcore narcotic. Keep in mind we’re talking medical states and legal states, in which case you are not breaking the law.

In a medical state, it has been said if you are caught without a card they will take the weed, give you a ticket and let you catch your flight, no jail time. So far, all reports I have seen state that they will not make you miss your flight over a little pot, card or not. Especially in a place like Colorado, Washington, Oregon, Nevada and now California. All states where marijuana is legal by state law for recreational use. States like California’s airports such as Oakland International Airport, San Francisco International, Los Angeles International Airport.

The easiest way to not deal with airport security is to just not tell them you have weed. Put it in your carry on bag, inside something smell-proof or vacuum sealed, a baggie, in a sock if you’re paranoid and forget about it. The drug dogs are not trained for marijuana but this is a precaution cause some good dank weed can be smelt by those around you if not sealed properly. The TSA security officers do not open your carry-on and the x-ray scanner cannot see medical cannabis or edibles because they are organic material like everything else in your luggage and will show up as orange nothing. Just don’t try and get clever and hide it in something like a shampoo bottle. You have to be careful with things like shampoo bottles because the FAA actually only allows for you to bring bottles up to 3.4 ounces in your carry-on luggage. Be sure to check federal flying laws.

How The TSA Handles Marijuana:
If the TSA officer at your airport finds weed in your suitcase they will not be able to do anything. They can choose to report you to the local authorities. That being said, Oakland Police(or San Francisco PD) handle marijuana laws loosely. With a valid California state-issued card you are fine because they follow state laws, not federal laws. From what I gather it must be CA State Verified and not some local medical club or doctors note. This also does not work in all California cities. I hear Los Angeles LAX is also run under these guidelines but you may want to check how their security officers handle medical or recreational cannabis. Update: This has changed for California, weed is now legal and you do not need a medical card to legally carry it on you. Local laws enforcers will not harass you and TSA is not searching for marijuana.

Do checked bags get searched for drugs?

Yes, checked bags undergo random searches which is why you want to put it in your carry-on.

Hide It In Your Carry On Bag
It is recommended that you do NOT tell Airport Security or the TSA Agents that you have the medical or recreational marijuana on you. Why go through the hassle if you can just sneak it on the airplane? They never find it, they do not even search for it. You should put it discreetly in your carry on luggage and keep the card on you at all times so you may produce it to Airport Security if needed. Honestly, the chances of the TSA agents finding a small amount of weed in your carry on bag is very slim. It is reported by many that you can just put your pot in an airtight bag and put it with your socks or something. Don’t over think it.

The TSA states they are not even searching for marijuana and don’t really care. Even if they do accidentally find it, there is a chance they will not even alert local police officers in the current airport. It is a lot of work and they know it will result in nothing to a small ticket. They do not “search” for it, I think mainly because it shows up as an organic orange color in the scanner and is mostly invisible unless you try to hide it in something nonorganic. Blue would be synthetics like plastic, black metals and green more like thin plastics? Either way, the majority of the scan is orange, all organic materials. Notice you can’t see any clothes, socks, pants or shirts? It’s all the orange. Because marijuana and edibles are organic, they show up orange and therefore invisible. Don’t go hiding it in a metal or plastic tube. Use something smell-proof, but if you see a drug-sniffing dog at the airport, they are trained in one thing only, explosives. Not your tiny amount of medical weed. If it is an international airport, they may be trained for cocaine as well.

Don’t Trigger A Search!
No liquids! These raise suspicion so just don’t. No open jars/bottles of shampoos. You can bring your toiletries but use the TSA rules, put them in a separate clear bag, remove it from your carry on bag and put it in the bin so it does not trigger a search of your bag, or just put them in your checked baggage that goes under the plane. No laptops in your bag(this will get your bag opened up right there). They will remind you but take your laptop out and set it to the side of your bag or under it. However, they do not require you to take out your tablet so you could leave that in as a clutter distraction. I did forget to take my laptop out of my bag and the TSA officers made me go back through the scanner only to find nothing.

Pretty much if you just place a legal amount of weed in an airtight bag and bury it deep within your bag of normal items such as socks and underwear, they will not see it. Most people report this as the way to go. And if they do find it, just show them your card when the local police come. They will verify it online and let you go. But again a lot of people without cards use this method to sneak weed on a plane and it works for them. Comment and leave your experiences transporting weed below.

Flying With Edibles / Marijuana Food

Here we are on a whole new level. The same rules apply when you are trying to sneak a pot cookie, brownie, gummie bears, any kind of THC concentrates on a plane. This is even easier because it is just food, a snack, that’s that. It will not show up, just like when you took normal non-weed food on a flight last time. The only difference is it now has marijuana in the brownie. They can’t tell. But some people need reassurance that you can indeed fly with edibles such as pot brownies or gummie bears. In this case, it is even easier. It looks like food people! Just put it in your carry on bag, once in your assigned seat, pull it out and eat it! In front of them! Really, no one can tell you if a cookie, brownie, gummy bear or chocolate bar is laced with marijuana or not. Do not be paranoid. It may help if you have normal packaging and not some crazy weed leaves and medical wording. As for dabs, wrap it up, stuff it in a sock. Hash? Same thing. Treat it like normal flower buds. Read all of the above article and the comments below for peoples experiences flying with weed and sneaking edibles in an airport.

Flying With Vape Pens / Vaporizers / Hash Oil Pens

If you plan on flying with a vaporizer, you must put it in your carry on luggage. The TSA does not allow you to put the vape pen batteries in your checked luggage below the plane. There are too many poorly manufactured tank systems out there with low-quality batteries that could catch fire on the plane. So, bring it all with you in your luggage like normal.

Marijuana Legal In Several States

Of course now it’s completely legal in several US States and you don’t even have to worry about concealing it. But you still can / should because why go through the trouble?

Cannabis Legal States

  1. Alaska
  2. Colorado
  3. Washington
  4. Oregon
  5. California
  6. Massachusetts
  7. Nevada
  8. Main

Medically Legal States

  • Arizona
  • California
  • Nevada
  • Michigan
  • Mississippi
  • Delaware
  • Hawaii
  • Illinois
  • Main
  • Maryland
  • Minnesota
  • Montana
  • New Hampshire
  • New Jersey
  • New Mexico
  • New York
  • Vermont
  • Florida
  • Rhode Island
  • Louisiana
  • Arkansas
  • North Dakota
  • Ohio
  • Pennsylvania
  • Connecticut

Decriminalized States

  • Connecticut
  • Washington DC

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So as you can see, flying with weed just about anywhere is no big risk anyway.

Drug Smuggling In Oakland?
There have been some major bust(by random search chance) coming out of the Bay Area Airports. A recent one was 81 pounds!
If this is happening then you know it’s getting through all of the time undetected in large amounts. So fear not, follow the guidelines and fly high!

Landing In Another Airport With Weed?
Remember, just because you got on the flight at OAK, SFO or LAX does not mean the airport you landed in(or state) allows for medical marijuana so be very careful. Luckily I have not heard anything about people getting searched on the way out of an airport so you should be fine.

Drug Smuggling Via DHL

You could always mail your marijuana to your destination. This is very easy to get away with in small amounts.

Note: I am not claiming to be a final verdict or a set of laws regarding this topic and hold no legal responsibilities for your actions. This is just the information that I myself have come to conclusion with based on a lot of research including fieldwork studies put with online information.

Please comment below if you have more to add to the topic or your own personal experience with Airport Security. Specifically, if you have flown with weed on an International Flight from say Canada, United Kingdom, Asia, China or anywhere overseas.
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Therapeutic potential of cannabinoids in trigeminal neuralgia

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Trigeminal neuralgia is a disorder of paroxysmal and severely disabling facial pain and continues to be a real therapeutic challenge to the clinicians. While the exact cause and pathology of this disorder is uncertain, it is thought that trigeminal neuralgia caused by irritation of the trigeminal nerve. This irritation results from damage due to the change in the blood vessels, the presence of a tumor or other lesions that cause the compression of the trigeminal root. The pain of trigeminal neuralgia is characterized by unilateral pain attacks that start abruptly and last for varying periods of time from minutes to hours. The quality of pain is usually sharp, stabbing, lancinating, and burning. The attacks are initiated by mild stimuli such as light touch of the skin, eating, chewing, washing the face, brushing the teeth, and exposure to wind. Although antiepileptic drug therapy may be beneficial in the treatment of trigeminal neuralgia, up to one-half of the patients become refractory or intolerant to these medications. At present there are few other effective drugs. In cases of lacking effect after pharmacotherapy, surgical options may be considered. Currently there is growing amount of evidence to suggest that the psychoactive ingredient in cannabis and individual cannabinoids may be effective in alleviating neuropathic pain and hyperalgesia. Evidence suggests that cannabinoids may prove useful in pain modulation by inhibiting neuronal transmission in pain pathways. Considering the pronounced antinociceptive effects produced by cannabinoids, they may be a promising therapeutic approach for the clinical management of trigeminal neuralgia.

Trigeminal neuralgia is a disorder of paroxysmal and severely disabling facial pain and continues to be a real therapeutic challenge to the clinicians. While the exact cause and pathology of this disorder is uncertain, it is thought that trigeminal neuralgia caused by irritation of the trigeminal ne …

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Got a Little Heartburn? Try CBD Oil for Acid Reflux

Over-the-counter pharmacy products will help with acid reflux. People opt for Tums, Rolaids, Pepto, and other remedies to absorb the acid in their gastrointestinal systems (GI). Others find their acid reflux disabling and seek professional medical care. But more victims of GERD (Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease) are giving CBD oil a try.

Acid reflux: What’s the problem?

The human GI system takes up a lot of space. It’s a large and complicated piece of anatomy winding from mouth to rectum. Sensitive cells line the esophagus, stomach, and large and small intestines.

Those cells build soft muscle tissue to move nutrients through the digestive system. Like all cells, they are subject to motion, irritation, and inflammation. According to Harvard Health Publishing, the acid reflux problem starts with the lower esophageal sphincter. “That’s the muscle that controls the passage between the esophagus and stomach, and when it doesn’t close completely, stomach acid and food flow back into the esophagus.”

The stomach contains hydrochloric acid (HCL) to breakdown the food delivered to it. When it leaks back to the esophageal system, it creates a sour taste, discomfort, and esophageal damage. It’s the burning sensation at the back of your mouth they call “heartburn.”

For most people, acid reflux follows eating spicy and acidic foods. Eating smart and making lifestyle changes can make a big difference for them. But many people suffer from chronic and debilitating acid reflux, a condition CBD oil can relieve.

What’s the solution?

Medical practitioners will prescribe Axid AR, Pepcid AC, Tagamet HB, and HCL-blockers. The FDA has recently banned Zantac, a popular drug found to contain a carcinogen. But the prescriptions also produce constipation, diarrhea, fatigue, and headaches. Long-term use may also suppress other systems, reduce immunity, and produce gastric ulcers.

However, lab-tested hemp-extracted CBD oil like that available at Stoked SuperFoods offers several advantages. CBD oil, you see, interacts with the Endocannabinoid System (ECS), a natural human system spreading throughout the anatomy—including the GI tract.

  • The cannabinoid CBD will modulate the body’s smooth muscle and neurological chains.
  • CBD oil is administered sublingually. Drops delivered under the tongue enter the system quickly with long-lasting effects. Sublingual administration makes consumption easy and convenient even for patients who have trouble swallowing pills or capsules.
  • Research published in Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry and other resources has verified the anti-inflammatory properties of CBD.
  • Science also continues to examine the role of CBD in neurogenesis, the restoration of cells like those esophageal cells damaged by gastric acid.
  • CBD can manage the issue and deployment of hydrochloric acid.

If you are bothered by digestive upset, you can turn to CBD oil as part of your therapy.

CBD Oil for acid reflux

CBD oil is best used as a regular part of your lifestyle. You can swallow an eyedropperful when the heartburn occurs. It works well with a change in diet, too. But if you have a chronic heartburn condition, you should think about taking CBD oil two or three times per day to build protection against and dilute the acids that create your acid reflux problem in the first place.

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Best CBD Oil in Michigan

Are you looking for places to buy CBD oil in Michigan? We’ve got you covered. Below you’ll find our review of places you can buy CBD in Michigan, with a focus on the Detroit metropolitan area. You can also order CBD oil products online.

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Is CBD Legal in Michigan?

Medical marijuana use was first legalized in Michigan in 2008. Recreational marijuana use was approved towards the end of 2018. As of right now, only one dispensary has opened its doors, but there are undoubtedly more on the way. Due to recreational marijuana use being legal for those over the age of 21, marijuana-derived CBD products are also legal if you’re of age. If you’re not of age, you can’t use marijuana-derived CBD recreationally; however, you may be eligible for a medical marijuana license which would grant you access. Marijuana-derived CBD is the same as hemp-derived CBD, though, so this isn’t something you need to worry about.

Hemp-derived CBD is legal for medicinal and recreational use statewide in Michigan. Industrial hemp was first defined as legally separate from marijuana in 2014 so CBD sourced from industrial hemp has been essentially legal since that time. Now that the state has made even more progress in regards to cannabis, you will have no problem purchasing CBD in a dispensary or through an online retailer as a resident. We’d like to note, though, that as of March of 2019, foods and beverages that contain CBD as an additive, regardless of its origin, are considered illegal by the Michigan state legislature.

Best CBD Shops in Michigan
Michigan is one of the fastest-growing CBD locales in the country, with more and more shops popping up. Following leaders like New York and California, Michigan’s CBD community includes a number of highly knowledgeable enthusiasts and newcomers alike, all enjoying the unique health and wellness benefits of CBD oil that users across the country enjoy on a daily basis. As it stands, Detroit and Ann Arbor have the largest concentrations of CBD shops, but expect more in the coming years.

CBD Shops in Detroit
There are a couple CBD oil shops in Detroit worth checking out.

The Jazz Club Detroit (16890 Telegraph Rd, Detroit, MI 48219) is one of the most popular CBD shops in Detroit, with a perfect 5-star rating, thanks to its wide variety of premium CBD products available at some of the best prices in the city. Established in 2015, the shop offers CBD oil pens, waxes, concentrates, capsules, and more. The staff is highly knowledgeable and happy to answer any and all of your questions about CBD oil products in general and Jazz Club’s selection. The shop also offers daily specials worth keeping an eye on, so be sure to check their website and social media feeds for the best deals. Open seven days a week, no appointments required: Monday-Sunday 10AM-8PM.

Located conveniently right on 8 Mile Rd., King Seaweed (3600 E 8 Mile Rd, Detroit, MI 48234) offers topical and homeopathic CBD oil products, in addition to accessories, edibles, and more. With a wall-to-wall selection, customers are sure to appreciate the shop’s excellent inventory and hand-picked, premium CBD oils. Open seven days a week, no appointments required: Monday-Sunday 10AM-8PM.

CBD Shops in Westland, Garden City, and Livonia
Metro Smokers Shop (8155 N Middlebelt Rd, Westland, MI 48185) is a 4.5-star rated location with premium CBD oil products, liquids and powders, kratom caps, creams, accessories, and much more. The owner and staff are friendly and eager to help customers navigate the store’s selection. Reviewers also note that Metro has some of the lowest prices around; on Yelp, there are numerous promotions, including a a $10 for $15 voucher, %15 discount, and gift certificate. Open seven days a week: Monday-Saturday 9AM-8PM; Sunday 10AM-7PM.

CBD Shops in Ann Arbor
Ann Arbor has two great CBD shops.

The Green Door (410 East Liberty St, Ann Arbor, MI 48104) offers a large line of concentrates, CBD oil products, and more. Established in 2014, the owner and staff are highly knowledgeable and able to help customers determine the best CBD oil solution for their unique needs. Open seven days a week, no appointments necessary: Monday-Saturday 10AM-9PM; Sunday 10AM-9PM.

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Best CBD Oil in Missouri

One of the fastest-growing health and wellness products on the market, CBD shops are popping up across the US, and the Midwest is no exception. If you’re looking to purchase CBD in Missouri, Kansas City and St. Louis each have several highly-rated shops selling premium CBD products and other holistic goods. Below, we’ve profiled and provided locations for the best places to buy CBD in the area, but, if you prefer the convenience of online shopping, remember that wholesale and other private retailers sell CBD online, too.

Is CBD Legal in Missouri?

As recently as December of 2018, the state of Missouri has passed a law allowing for the use of medical marijuana and CBD medications derived from marijuana sources. These laws, surprisingly, allow for a wide variety of medical conditions and symptoms to be treated with doctor-recommended cannabis. This medical marijuana law will allow individuals with documentation that they suffer from one of the eligible health problems a lot of relief as soon as dispensaries open. As of March of 2019, there aren’t any in operation. Because of this, it seems that recreational marijuana use won’t be possible until sometime in the distant future, if at all. Recreational use of marijuana-derived CBD is not likely to be possible soon either.

Missouri, believe it or not, is one of the most progressive states in America when it comes to hemp-derived CBD. Back in 2009, the first bill in which industrial hemp was legally defined as containing no more than 1% THC by weight and made legal for cultivation was introduced. It was signed into law in 2014, which is when CBD became legal for medical use. September of 2018 was when the recreational use of hemp-derived CBD became legal there, a full three months before the passage of the Farm Bill. Missouri also doesn’t impose the same restrictions that other states do in regards to CBD in foods or beverages. In fact, in February of 2019, they began allowing the sale of CBD-infused alcohol. So, if you want to purchase or use CBD that comes from industrial hemp, you have nothing to worry about here.

CBD Oil Shops in Kansas City
CBD Plus (6310 Brookside Plz, Kansas City, MO 64113) is one of Kansas City’s most trusted resources for quality-grade CBD products, including tinctures, lotions and topicals, gummies and edibles, and CBD pet treats, all of which contain cannabidiol extracted from hemp. Customers compliment CBD Plus’s extra friendly staff and personal, professional customer service, whether you’re a CBD regular or first-time buyer. Open seven days a week: Monday-Saturday 11AM-7PM; Sunday 12PM-4PM.

Just a few minutes away, Main Smoke Shop (3429 Main St, Kansas City, MO 64111) is a great all-around head shop, with vape products, hand blown glass, dabbers, Kratom, e-liquids, and premium CBD. Established in 2004, Main Smoke continues to be a local favorite for its great prices, online discounts, and knowledgeable staff who are happy to help you navigate the wall-to-wall selection. Open seven days a week: Monday-Friday 10AM-9PM; Saturday-Sunday 10AM-8PM.

American Shaman Store (500 W 103rd St, Kansas City, MO 64114) is conveniently located off I-435 in South Kansas City. With a perfect 5-star rating, reviewers highlight a lot, from the top-shelf inventory, to friendly staff, to the overall environment. All products are hemp-based, including a range of CBD oils available at several affordable price points. Better yet, American Shaman posts great online deals, including a $25 for $30 voucher that saves you %17 off the in-store price tag. Military discounts are available, as well. Open even days a week: Monday-Saturday 10AM-9PM; Sunday 11AM-7PM.

CBD Oil Shops in St. Louis
CBD KRATOM (3161 Morganford Rd, Saint Louis, MO 63116) is one of St. Louis’s best herbal and vape shops, with CBD available in oils, wax, edibles, capsules, tinctures, topicals, and cartridges. Among the major brands in-stock include: BeeZbee CBD, +Plus CBD, Green Roads, Mary’s Nutritionals, Essential CBD, Nine Mile, and Green Garden Gold, among others. With a 4.5-star rating, customers unanimously praise the friendly and personal professional service. Open even days a week, 8AM-10PM.

Established in 2013, Mr. Nice Guy has rapidly expanded to feature one of the largest selections of CBD products in St. Louis, plus vaporizers, Kratom, detox, pipes, and accessories. Prices remain at or below market, and online deals are often available, as well. For maximum convenience, Mr. Nice Guy also offers online orders and delivery services. Now with five locations: 2644 Cherokee St, St. Louis, MO 63118; 0300 Lincoln Trail, Fairview Heights, IL 62208; 8506 Olive Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63132; 3325 N Hwy 67, Florissant, MO 63033; and 5892 Delmar Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63112.

Finally, Cloud 9 Premium Lounge (1517 Cottleville Pkwy, Cottleville, MO 63376) is the best-rated vape shops and hookah bars in St. Louis, with a perfect 5-star rating on 20 reviews.

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Diamond CBD Company Profile

If you type in the phrase “Where can I buy CBD?” into Google’s search field, you’ll get back over 2 million results for that question alone. From buyer’s guides to company home pages, a consumer who is new to the CBD world will inevitably be inundated with promises from CBD companies all claiming to have the purest or most potent product.

While the presence of third-party lab test results on a CBD company’s site usually all but guarantees that the product is safe, this is not always the case.

Some companies may add synthetic cannabinoids and other harmful substances to the finished product, such as K2 in a CBD vape additive for just one example. Unfortunately, this won’t be shown on the certificate of analysis because most companies only have their third-party labs analyze the samples for the full range of phytocannabinoids, not the presence of synthetic cannabinoids like K2.

Today, we’ll cover one of the companies who’s on the hook for selling products which have been found to be laced with a dangerous synthetic cannabinoid. We’ll start by presenting the claims that this company has made to its customers, delve into some troubling findings by a third-party lab, and conclude with some actual customer testimonials from those who’ve had the misfortune of falling ill after consuming Diamond CBD products.

Who Is Diamond CBD?

Founded in 2015, Diamond CBD is a Florida-based company aiming to make high-quality CBD oil supplements available throughout the United States.

According to their “About” page, Diamond CBD’s main goal is to research and develop cutting-edge, high-quality hemp oil extracts and distribute them throughout the world. Their team, which consists of doctors and scientists, strives to make the highest-quality and purest CBD products. Through their research and development efforts, Diamond CBD seeks to develop a wide variety of hemp oil extracts with the full spectrum of cannabinoids, terpenes, and other phytochemicals.

Diamond CBD’s Hemp Source, Processing, Legality, and Psychoactivity

Hemp Source

Diamond CBD states it sources all its industrial hemp from their partner farms in Kentucky, Colorado, and Scandinavia. Once their non-GMO hemp plants are ready for processing, they gingerly hand-pick and select their plants, carefully drying and processing them.

Next, the plant material undergoes supercritical CO2 extraction, which results in a high-quality, full-spectrum hemp oil.

Legality

Diamond CBD claims their products are legal in all 50 states. And, since their products are derived from hemp and not weed, they meet the federal limit of 0.3 percent THC. This means users won’t experience any psychoactive effects.

Independent Third-Party Lab Testing

Lastly, Diamond CBD states all their products have been tested by a third-party lab to ensure their purity and safety. What’s more, they state their products have no synthetic ingredients and that the lab tests verify all their company’s product ingredients.

Findings from the Nov. 2018 Forensic Science International Report

However, in the Nov. 2018 issue of Forensic International, Justin L. Poklis decided to analyze the contents of commercially-available CBD e-liquids after receiving a tip from an outside source about Diamon CBD products.

The source claimed they suspected the CBD e-liquids they purchased from Diamond CBD may have had other active compounds. So, after receiving the source’s sample of Liquid Gold Strawberry and Diamond CBD Vape Additive, the researchers purchased those two same products, along with seven additional products, directly from Diamond CBD’s site. They analyzed:

  • Liquid Gold Strawberry
  • Liquid Gold Jungle Juice
  • Diamond CBD Vape Additive
  • Blue CBD 250 mg
  • Blue CBD 1,000 mg
  • Diamond CBD 50 mg
  • And Diamond CBD 1,000 mg

The researchers analyzed the the nine products for a full range of cannabinoids and other potentially psychoactive compounds using DART-MS and confirmed the results using GC/MS.

They concluded that all nine samples contained CBD, two contained THC, four contained 5F-ADB—a synthetic cannabinoid or cannabimimetic— and one contained Dextromethorphan—a relatively common cough suppressant.

What Is 5F-ADB?

Known as spice, K2, herbal incense, and synthetic cannabis, 5F-ADB mimics the effects of THC, giving rise to its classification as a cannabimimetic. According to a critical review from the World Health Organization, it produces a high similar to that of THC but at much lower doses. 5F-ADB can cause complications in those with a preexisting cardiovascular conditions and produce episodes of acute psychosis. Lastly, it has no recognized therapeutic use.

Consumers looking to supplement their wellness regimens with non-psychoactive CBD would have been, at the very least, startled by the effect of ingesting anything with 5F-ADB. Its milder symptoms include euphoria, paranoia, distortion of time, and hallucinations. At higher doses, it can trigger seizures, convulsions, tachycardia, delirium, violent behavior, and even sudden death.

What Is Dextromethorphan?

Most commonly found in over-the-counter cough-and-cold medications—like Zicam Multi-symptom Cold and Flu Day and Night Time formula—dextromethorphan (DXM) is used as a cough suppressant.

Usually, it’s found among other ingredients in medications used to treat fevers and colds. But, because it can produce dissociative hallucinations similar to that of ketamine, it can be highly addictive.

At normal doses, DXM is very effective for suppressing coughs. However, at higher doses, it can cause impaired vision, excessive sweating, fever, a fast or irregular heart rate, slurred speech, memory loss, nausea/vomiting, impaired judgment. In worst case scenarios, the consumer could end up in a coma.

Diamond CBD Customer Experiences

According to one user on Reddit who tried Diamond CBD’s Liquid Gold or Vape Additive products, they experienced a high similar to that produced by cannabis sativa.

After their experience, they went back to the vape shop and asked if the product contained spice or K2. Apparently, the owner, who’d been asked this several times, produced a sheet allegedly containing lab test results for the Diamond CBD product in question.

At first, the Reddit user concluded that Diamond CBD’s products would be a nice way to get the same high from cannabis without ingesting an illegal substance. But, other Redditors began chiming in with links to news articles on the dangers of consuming products with synthetic cannabimimetics. Fortunately, the OP heeded the advice and threw the rest of the product away.

Another Reddit user wasn’t so lucky. After nursing their vape pen containing Diamond CBD Vape Additive, they gradually began losing awareness of their surroundings. Soon after, their vision began fading into blackness, and they lost coordination and strength in their body.

According to a nurse who happened to be there, the user lost consciousness, dropped to the floor, turned “dead-white,” and began exhibiting the beginnings of a seizure. To make matters even worse, the Redditor had no pulse.

Over the next few minutes, the user claimed they were drifting in and out of consciousness. They were also fully cognizant and able to hear people around them but unable to respond. Once the paramedics arrived, the Redditor had regained their vision and was able to respond.

In the ensuing weeks, the Redditor was subjected to MRIs and other tests. The tests came back inconclusive, but the OP noted that their hippocampus was functioning at ⅕ of its normal rate.

A quick search for Diamond CBD in the r/CBD Subreddit reveals a whole host of bad experiences with this company. It’s important to note that CBD Breaker did not independently verify the accuracy of these claims. However, it’s easy to see how they could have happened given the chemicals found in Diamond CBD’s products.

Diamond CBD Response

Diamond CBD’s CEO Kevin Hagen told Consumer Report that, as a direct result of the findings above, his company would re-test all its current products and recall any which were tainted.

“The company strives to provide the assurance that we supply the best, highest-quality products on the market,” Hagen said in the report, adding that he supports regulation to “ensure the safety and quality of CBD products.”

But in his phone conversation with Leafly, Mr. Hagen stated that the findings from the paper cited above were for a different formulation from 2017. He also suggested that, because Diamond CBD has never used either 5F-ADB or DXM in any of their products, it must have been due to product of tampering further up the supply chain.

In other words, Diamond CBD sources hemp oil, vegetable glycerine, and flavorings from other suppliers, other parties could very well have been responsible.

Our Verdict

While it’s tempting to take the certificates of any CBD company at face value, cases like the ones above, while anecdotal, serve as valuable illustrations of what can happen when greed supersedes the well-being of individual customers.

In a burgeoning field which has yet to develop strong, consistent regulations for its products across the board, the CBD market is, unfortunately, very susceptible to bad actors tainting their products.

Moreover, those seeking out CBD products are often people who are looking for relief from serious illnesses or pain. As such, their immune systems may be compromised or weakened. For this reason, it is doubly important to read customer reviews, ask questions, and contact the company should you have any doubts about the quality of their products.

So, because of the overwhelming evidence of their products’ lack of safety, we cannot recommend Diamond CBD and strongly urge you to purchase your CBD products elsewhere.

Diamond CBD's products were found to contain dangerous chemicals such as Dextromethorphan (DXM) and synthetic THC (5F-ADB). Read more here.

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Will CBD help you sleep?

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  1. What is CBD and how does it work?
  2. How does CBD make you feel?
  3. Does CBD oil make you tired?
  4. CBD vs. THC for sleep
  5. What effect does CBD oil have on sleep disorders?
  6. What are the other potential benefits of CBD?
  7. Bottom line

A good night’s sleep has incontestable benefits for general health and wellbeing. For 30% of the general population, however, sinking into an effortless slumber doesn’t come easily, according to a national poll by the Sleep Foundation. To make matters worse, sleeping pills and medications commonly used to induce sleep are often accompanied by side effects.

One possible alternative to these medications is cannabidiol (CBD), a non-intoxicating cannabis compound. It is currently trending as a sleep aid as many are discovering that it promotes drowsiness by removing obstacles to sleep, such as anxiety. But are there scientific grounds to believe that CBD can actually support and bolster more healthful sleep? Weedmaps spoke with four experts to find out.

What is CBD and how does it work?

While we have some understanding of how CBD interacts with the body, there is still much to learn.

“CBD itself doesn’t do a lot of heavy lifting when it comes to binding to CB1 and CB2 receptors but instead promotes the binding of the endocannabinoids already in our systems,” Drew Ford, Chief Science Officer at Kase Manufacturing, a cannabis extraction facility, told Weedmaps. “It ensures they bind to the receptors that they’re supposed to go to.”

Research suggests that CBD may act on serotonin receptors, prompting the release of endocannabinoids. Serotonin is also one of the most important neurotransmitters for regulating the sleep-wake cycle. Photo by: Gina Coleman/Weedmaps

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Endocannabinoid receptors affect the entire body. According to Dr. Thinh Vo, Director of Quality and Compliance at Koi CBD, cannabidiol indirectly has an impact on receptors that send information between “the cells in the nervous, immune, and circulatory systems to regulate biological processes.”

Evidence from a study published in Translational Psychiatry also suggests that CBD inhibits the uptake of anandamide, which is an endocannabinoid that is often referred to as the “bliss molecule.” Anandamide binds to CB1 receptors in the body’s endocannabinoid system, just like CBD. When CBD occupies those receptors instead, anandamide’s pleasant effects may last longer.

How does CBD make you feel?

When it comes to how CBD products will make you feel, the answer will depend largely on individual-specific factors.

“Each person’s reactions to CBD are unique,” Vo told Weedmaps News. “Reactions to CBD are also affected by other variables such as delivery method, whether the person is taking existing medications/supplements, and whether the product is an isolate or a spectrum oil.”

Vo points out that terpenes present in CBD oil also influence the individual’s response. “We know that terpenes play an essential role in determining the strain and influencing a sedative effect, energetic effect, or combination of both,” he explained.

CBD may diminish the anxiety that can render it challenging to fall asleep. Photo by: Gina Coleman/Weedmaps

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Per a study published in the Brazilian Journal of Psychiatry, when administered at different doses, CBD may provoke distinctive responses. Low doses may cause someone to feel energized and alert, while higher doses may be relaxing and encourage drowsiness. CBD is frequently anecdotally reported to alleviate anxiety.

“CBD is an anxiolytic, which means that it reduces anxiety and is calming,” explains Dr. Elaine Burns, a naturopathic doctor who is CEO and founder of Dr. Burns’ ReLeaf. “In addition, it helps to relax the muscles. These two properties both contribute to a feeling of relaxation in the mind and body.”

Does CBD oil make you tired?

As to whether CBD oil can cause tiredness, expert opinions appear to be mixed. “There is no true clinical evidence to support CBD as a sleep aid. CBD oil itself should not make a person drowsy,” Ford said.

That being said, Ford also acknowledges that CBD may diminish the anxiety that can inhibit sleep and “could be effective as a sleep aid for people who need to calm down and relax their mind.”

Dr. Patricia Frye, a board-certified cannabis clinician and Chief Medical Officer at HelloMD, pointed out that there is evidence that high doses of CBD can modulate adenosine pathways in the brain. “Adenosine is the substance that accumulates during the day and deactivates the sensory neurons in the area of the brain that keeps us awake.”

CBD may trigger tiredness or a sleep response through its reported effects on the 5-HT1a serotonin receptors. Photo by: Gina Coleman/Weedmaps

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CBD may also trigger tiredness or a sleep response through its reported effects on the 5-HT1a serotonin receptors, as observed in a study published in the medical journal Pain. “When binding to the 5-HT1a receptors, CBD essentially blocks those receptors from other agonists binding to them,” Ford explained. “Depending on the individual’s body chemistry, when CBD binds to these receptors it can essentially block the anxiety or depression-causing molecules, leading to immediate relief.” As a result, some individuals may feel a sensation of sleepiness.

CBD vs. THC for sleep

THC, the cannabis plant’s most abundant and intoxicating cannabinoid, is reputed to induce sleepiness. Ford believes any feelings of drowsiness associated with CBD oil can most likely be attributed to THC. “If CBD oil is making you feel drowsy, it’s probably due to a fraction of THC being left in the product,” he said.

THC isn’t necessarily more effective than CBD as a sleep aid. An individual’s body chemistry affects how he or she responds to THC, and for some, it may be counterproductive if they’re looking for deep slumber. Ford explained that while the “psychoactivity of THC” can lead to drowsiness, it can also cause the mind to race, ultimately concluding that “it really depends on what symptoms you are trying to overcome and what works best for your own body.”

Burns agrees, adding that THC can also cause anxiety and restlessness at doses higher than 10 milligrams. “Because of this, I would say that CBD is a better sleep aid for most people; however, dosing less than 10 milligrams of THC along with 20 milligrams or more of CBD could be a great combination.”

CBN, the cannabinoid into which THC transforms when exposed to heat and light, may have more sedative effects. One analysis by Steep Hill Labs found that five milligrams of CBN was as effective as a 10-milligram dose of diazepam, a member of the “benzo” family used to treat muscle spasms, seizures, and anxiety. Thus, it’s likely that consuming older cannabis will have more sedative, sleep-inducing effects than fresher flower with less CBN present.

What effect does CBD oil have on sleep disorders?

Although more studies on CBD and sleep disorders need to be conducted, Vo pointed to the U.S. National Institutes of Health’s National Library of Medicine, which returns more than 100 results for a search of CBD and sleep. The articles include studies and reviews of previous research, mostly conducted on animal models, which may overlap. A 2019 review of the use of CBD and THC for sleep indicates that cannabinoids may improve sleep quality, decrease sleep disturbances, and reduce the time it takes to fall asleep.

Cannabinoids may improve sleep quality, decrease sleep disturbances, or reduce the time it takes to fall asleep. Photo by: Gina Coleman/Weedmaps

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Many of the studies reviewing CBD, however, examined sleep as a secondary outcome in the context of another illness. Frye highlighted a 2019 study published in Frontiers in Pharmacology that investigated the use of CBD oil for children with autism spectrum disorder to treat related conditions such as sleep disturbances. “Patients with autism typically have sleep disturbances,” she explained. “The study showed that CBD improved sleep in 71.4% of patients.”

What are the other potential benefits of CBD?

As CBD interacts with the nervous, immune, and circulatory systems, it may also offer benefits for a gamut of conditions. An in-vitro study published in the European Journal of Pain suggests that CBD reduced evidence of pain and inflammation behaviors in rats, while another study published in Ingenta Connect found that CBD exhibited anti-anxiety and anti-depression effects in animal models. Too, CBD shows promise in reducing epilepsy-induced seizures and some types of muscle spasms, as shown in this in-vivo study published in The Lancet Neurology and this pilot patient study published in the International Journal of Neuroscience.

Per an in-vitro study published in the British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology, there is also evidence that CBD may potentially improve heart health and, as seen in this scientific review published by CNS Neuroscience & Therapeutics, may offer protective benefits for neurodegenerative disorders such as Parkinson’s disease.

Bottom line

There is some evidence that CBD may reduce anxiety and promote feelings of calm and relaxation, which could lead to better sleep in some people.

However, there is presently little clinical research on human subjects specifically investigating the effects of CBD on sleep disorders. Possibly, future studies will enhance our understanding of CBD, its mechanisms, and its role in sleep regulation.

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Jillybean

breed by MzJill Genetics

Here you can find all info about Jillybean from MzJill Genetics. If you are searching for information about Jillybean from MzJill Genetics, check out our Basic Infos, Gallery, Cannabinoids, Strain Reviews, Shop-Finder and Price Comparison, Lineage / Genealogy, Hybrids / Crossbreeds or User Comments for this cannabis variety here at this page and follow the links to get even more information. If you have any personal experiences with growing or consuming this cannabis variety, please use the upload links to add them to the database!

Basic / Breeders Info

Jillybean is a mostly indica variety from MzJill and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±56 days ) and outdoors . MzJills Jillybean is a THC dominant variety and is/was never available as feminized seeds.

MzJills Jillybean Description

Jill an accomplished hyrdo grower was lucky enough to be gifted with an amazing Orange Skunk. The day we smoked the finished bud we knew we had to outcross it with our Space Queen male. You don’t have to be a master breeder to figure out Orange and Pineapple Mango will be a good combination. The resulting outcross is remarkably stable and is close to a 50/50 representation of the parents.

Topped only once in grows into a nice short bush with lots of side branching and multi heads. Flavours range from Orange, Tang, Candy, Mango, and Apple. The cross works really well in SOG or SCROG. Although it was created as an outcross to Cube the OV every female I have seen is a keeper in its own right. Very large stems and huge top colas make this an easy strain to grow in any medium.

We have 5 females in our bud room and 4 could be clones. They are very similar having the same height, growth speed and a dank orange smell. A very good mood elevator and general euphoria is experienced while high on this cross. Lime green with vibrant orange hairs; with temperature drops they can turn a deep burgundy to maroon.

Phenotypes: Very stable Orange-Mango 50/50 Phenotypes
Height: Short and Stocky
Yield: Very Heavy / Easy Trim
Location: Indoor/ Outdoor
Best Way To Grow: Single topping forms multi heads
Harvest Window: 8 weeks
Sativa/Indica: 30/70
Hybrid: Unknown Orange Skunk X Romulan X Cindy99BCGA
High: Happy, mood enhancing, humorous, energetic
Smell: Like orange skunk or tang/ Taste so much like Dreamcicles you will not believe it!
Notes: The bubble from this strain is like concentrated orange goo

Where to buy Jillybean cannabis seeds?

Jillybean from MzJill Genetics is available as regular and feminized seeds. In 4 seedbanks, we found 13 offers between EUR 52.26 for 5 regular seeds and EUR 851.34 for 60 regular seeds. If you are looking to buy Jillybean Cannabis Seeds from MzJill Genetics somewhere – have a look to our Jillybean Price Comparison page with all current offers from all the connected seedbanks and shops – or visit one of the following tested, trustworthy and recommended seed-shops directly to check out their current Jillybean offers: canna-seed.com, Canna-Seed Seed Shop, Herbies Head Shop and Cheeba Beans.

Jillybean Reviews

We’ve collected strain info from 4 growers for Jillybean.

General Impression Indoors

Known Phenotypes:

  1. short, stretched, fastly blossoming, indica-dominant Phenotype #2
  2. long, stretched, fastly blossoming, indica-dominant Phenotype #3
  3. long, stretched, fastly blossoming, sativa-dominant Phenotype #1

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Jillybean Gallery

Here you see the latest Jillybean photos, uploaded from our users! Altogether we’ve collected 2 pictures from MzJills Jillybean, check out our Jillybean gallery to view them all.

Jillybean Cannabinoid Profile

Amount Compared
THC 18.33% average (+0.20%)
THCA 15.00% average (+1.28%)
CBG 0.67% average (+0.03%)
THCV 0.50% slightly below average (-0.11%)
CBC 0.30% average (-0.03%)
CBD 0.20% very low (-0.96%)
CBN 0.00% extremely low (-0.11%)
Click here for all tests and more detailed info about the cannabinoids in MzJills Jillybean.

Jillybean Lineage / Genealogy

  • Jillybean »»» Orange Velvet x Space Queen
  • Orange Velvet Probably
    • »»» Skunk x Unknown Strain Probably
    • Skunk
      • Skunk #1
        • »»» Afghanistan x Mexico x Colombia
        • Afghanistan »»» Indica
        • Mexico »»» Sativa
        • Colombia »»» Sativa
    • Unknown Strain
  • Space Queen
    • »»» Romulan x C-99
    • Romulan
      • Unknown Mostly Indica British Columbia »»» Mostly Indica
    • C-99
      • »»» Princess x P94
      • Princess
        • »»» Jack Herer x Mystery Male
        • Jack Herer
          • »»» Haze x
          • Northern Lights #5 x Shiva Skunk
            • Northern Lights #5
              • USA, Kalifornien »»» Mostly Indica
            • Shiva Skunk
              • Northern Lights 5 x Skunk #1 F-1 Hybrid F1
                • »»» Northern Lights #5 x Skunk #1 F1
                • Northern Lights #5 (specified above)
                • Skunk #1
                  • Skunk #1 (specified above)
          • Haze
            • O Haze
              • »»» Mexico x Colombia x Thailand x India
              • Mexico »»» Sativa
              • Colombia »»» Sativa
              • Thailand »»» Sativa
              • India »»» Sativa
        • Mystery Male »»» Unknown Strain
      • P94
        • »»» Princess x Cinderella 88
        • Princess (specified above)
        • Cinderella 88
          • »»» Princess x P.75
          • Princess (specified above)
          • P.75
            • »»» Princess x P.50
            • Princess (specified above)
            • P.50
              • »»» Princess x Shiva Skunk
              • Princess (specified above)
              • Shiva Skunk (specified above)

Map of the Jillybean Family Tree

Jillybean Hybrids & Crossbreeds

We found 23 direct descendants from MzJills Jillybean in the seedfinder strain database, here a short overview. To see all hybrids and their descendants, visit our Jillybean Genealogy Page and check out all the direct crosses as like as the following generations.

Map of the Jillybean Descendants

If you are with a big screen and not browsing with your mobile, check out our dynamic family tree map with all known hybrids of Jillybean! (but this maybe will need some time to load all the data!)

Jillybean User Comments

Altogether we’ve collected 3 user comments about MzJills Jillybean. Here you find the 2 english user comments, for the ones in the other langues please click here: german (1).

teamtigerstripe – 05.08.2011

Pheno #3: “Candy Bean”
This pheno was Space Queen dominant with long spears of resin crusted candy scented rock hard nugs on a stick. While an absolutely beauty, with a wonderfully potent smoke, the intolerance of even light nutrient levels and some rather extreme herming would lead us to recommend culling this girl early. Despite the large numbers of male flowers that developed, we plucked them off and did not find any seeds, only super dank herb, but it still wasn’t worth the risk and time.

teamtigerstripe – 05.08.2011

Pheno #1: The brand name Jillybean
Jillybean is an impressive plant with large yields of true jelly bean scented and flavored flowers.Look for vigorous growth and glossy green fans leaves early on to distinguish this pheno.When exposed to cooler night temps, this one turns a royal purple among other hues.We noticed a few male flowers (significantly less than the other two phenos) which we simply pulled off with some tweezers.No seeding occurred, only blazedness.

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4 Ways To Get Rid of Red Eye From Consuming Cannabis

A bloodshot, red eye is the classic giveaway that someone has consumed cannabis with a high amount of THC. For some people, the eyes turn red immediately after consuming, and for regular seasoned cannabis users, red eyes depend on the quality or quantity of the cannabis consumed.

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Why Do The Eyes Turn Red After Consuming Cannabis?

The primary cause of bloodshot eyes after consuming cannabis also happens to be the same reason that cannabis is an excellent treatment for glaucoma. THC lowers blood pressure, which in turn causes blood vessels and capillaries to dilate. When the ocular capillaries dilate, it increases the flow of blood to the eyes and reduces intraocular pressure. Increased blood flow to the eyes causes redness. A decrease in pressure is the exact effect that benefits glaucoma patients. Red eyes can also occur even with consuming cannabis edibles as well. This is because it’s not the smoke that makes your eyes red, but the cannabinoids.

How to Get Rid of Red Eyes From Cannabis

Having red eyes from cannabis is harmless, however, for some of those who don’t want to have red eyes, there are a few simple steps one can take to minimize or reduce the redness.

Carry eye drops: there are many brands of eye drops available specifically formulated to reduce redness in the eyes.

Drink Water: Increasing fluid intake may help alleviate dryness.

Wait it out: Ultimately, red eyes are not harmful and come with no negative outcomes.

Wear Sunglasses: You can either lie about having allergies or you can throw on some sunglasses and just play it cool. If you’re outside and it’s a sunny day, you’ll have a perfect excuse.

The next time you notice yourself with red eyes after a consuming THC, just remember that a little extra blood flow is nothing to be concerned about.

How To Avoid Bloodshot Eyes

If you want to avoid getting red eyes completely, consider consuming High CBD Strains. Strains high in CBD, CBN, and CBG are the alternative for those looking to lessen red eyes when consuming cannabis products.

If you’re looking for products that WON’T get you high, check out our shop for CBD products.

Having red eyes from cannabis is harmless, however, there are a few simple steps one can take to minimize or reduce the redness.