When we go shopping, no matter the product or item were are looking to purchase it is human nature to want more ‘bang for your buck,’ as the saying goes, and why not? We work hard, long work weeks, hours dragging on as if 24 hours is not enough, and a simple treat now and then is not too much to ask for is it?
Click this link to see why you are not alone in this thinking and certainly not rowing this boat alone, we all think it, it is time to act on it.
If you are like me, and you would be if your house had one working parent with 2 kids who seem to cost more each time they have a birthday, then you will be well-versed in making the finances stretch.
In saying this though, I have friends who have made good deals and handshakes through the years and find themselves running in big circles, and they still say that no matter how rich a person or company is, they could always be richer. There is always more money to be made and had and the system is the same for the big guy down to the little guy.
Being in the know.
The latest craze to hit the streets, shops, and conversational topics these days is everything and anything CBD related. The variations of products available, (see here for which CBD products could best be suited to your lifestyle and needs) the versions of implementation into our diets and routines, and the simple convenience and health benefits it brings to the table.
Listing all the advantages is a days’ worth and much better accompanied by a pot of tea and some home-made biscuits, but we will leave that to another time.
CBD may well be the go-to health product of its time, but the process of getting from the seeds to the designer-packaged chocolate brownies is a different topic, and it all comes down to how much CBD is in your product? Are you buying full-spectrum or being taken for a ride with a diluted version of what you deserve and I’m assuming paid for.
Quality versus quantity.
Any woman will tell you they would rather have 5 decent pairs of shoes that will last a decade than 10 pairs of shoes that ‘might’ make it to the end of the year, thus it is always better to shop less but shop well instead.
The same rule applies in all industries, even more so with CBD because you are paying for a product that has a concentration not visible to the naked eye but of which you are trusting the source, and believe me there are manufacturers out there producing low-level quality CBD products, unfortunately.
It can be tricky trying to understand all the technicalities and processing methods when it comes to planting and sowing seeds for harvest, the care, and attention needed to produce a decent ‘crop’ or ‘strain,’ and the overall function of the plant is also a determinant.
Check out https://cheefbotanicals.com/how-many-pounds-of-hemp-does-it-take-to-make-cbd/ for an interesting read and brief discussion on how it all works, who knows when next you might need this valuable information, impressing work colleagues with the boss in earshot may just be the stepping stone to that promotion you’ve had your eye on.
Changing the world one leaf at a time.
CBD has been what some may call ‘a game-changer,’ from farming industries to organic medical remedies, this is an all-natural ingredient with transformational properties.
If you are new to the world of CBD, speaking from personal experience my advice would be to not be to skeptical. People hear the word marijuana and suddenly get stressed and freaked out thinking they are considering being part of something illegal and that will alter their mindsets. This could not be further from the truth.
Yes, it is a distant relative of the Cannabis marijuana plant, but with the negatives extracted through safe and chemical-free processes such as CO2 extraction methods, you can have peace of mind you are toxin-free.
Not subjecting your system to an ingredient you can’t pronounce the name of, like what we see on every medically dispensed pill, it is the safest option on the market.