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Aethics™ articles regarding CBD and Sports.

Potential Medical Benefits of Drinking CBD-Infused Water

The cannabidiol (CBD) market is estimated to grow to $20 billion in sales by 2024. As the market continues to evolve, new products are being brought to market every day, in a wide range of products - including edibles, oils, creams, cosmetics, as well as CBD Infused water and drinks. With these new products becoming mainstream, many people are trying CBD and are drinking a daily dose of CBD to enhance or improve their lives. CBD-infused water can benefits your skin, immunity, heart, and more. But many people are not aware of the benefits about using CBD-infused water instead of other products. This article hopes to provide some insight into why many people have begun choosing CBD-infused water as a daily health enhancing regimen. Drinking CBD-infused water can provide an easy way to maximize health benefits through its greater bioavailability, and faster absorption

The Top 5 Benefits of CBD Water and Infused Drinks

Most CBD on the market is oil-based, and this means that they’re only soluble in fatty substances. While this is great if the extract is used in fat-heavy snacks or skincare products, if oil-based CBD is consumed via other methods, it can severely lower the amount of cannabinoids that can enter your system — leaving the consumer receiving fewer benefits than they expect. This is where the water-soluble Cannabinoids, or CBD Infused Drinks or Water, truly have an advantage - its ability to maximize the efficiency of cannabinoid consumption. Water-soluble CBD can diffuse into any water with much more ease than Oil Soluble CBD. It’s created through a process called nano emulsification, where the cannabinoids are broken down into nano-sizes before being distilled back into a liquid. This makes it much easier for the particles to travel into the bloodstream.

Patients Report Improvements in Their Insomnia Following Cannabis Use in Recent Study in Canada

The average adult needs seven to nine hours of restorative sleep per night, although this number can fluctuate by individual. Being well-rested can greatly improve mood, overall health and well-being. However, despite the importance of sleep, a large majority of people do have trouble sleeping at some point in their lives. Sleeplessness can be caused by a variety of different life stressors, long work days, or underlying illnesses. These factors can make us tired and lead to difficulty concentrating the next day. Prolonged instances of lack of sleep, or sleep deprivation, can impact our health and lower our immune systems, making us susceptible to illness. Sleep deprivation effects on your brain may inhibit the ability of your brain cells to communicate swiftly and effectively, making you sluggish and impeding your alertness. Your neurons can have trouble communicating. The use of cannabis prior to bedtime is

Medical Cannabis and CBD Associated with Sustained Improvements in Chronic Pain Patients in Recent Study


The long-term use of cannabis provides sustained improvements in patients suffering from chronic pain conditions, according to longitudinal data published in the journal Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology. A team of investigators affiliated with Harvard Medical School and McLean Hospital in Boston evaluated the use of cannabis or CBD in chronic pain patients over a six-month period. Most participants in the study suffered from either musculoskeletal pain or neuropathy. The researchers reported: “Relative to baseline, following 3 and 6 months of treatment, medical cannabis patients exhibited improvements in pain which were accompanied by improved sleep, mood, anxiety, and quality of life. … Reduced pain was associated with improvements in aspects of mood and anxiety.” Authors also acknowledged that many subjects reduced their use of opioids over the trial period, though not to a degree that reached statistical significance. They concluded, “ these findings are promising,

The Domestic Hemp Production Regulation Timeline To Date

February 7, 2014: The 2014 farm bill was signed into law by President Obama. December 20, 2018: The Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018 (2018 Farm Bill) directed USDA to issue regulations and guidance to implement a program for the commercial production of hemp in the United States. The authority for hemp production provided in the 2014 Farm Bill was extended until January 1, 2022, by the Continuing Appropriations Act, 2021, and Other Extensions Act (Pub. L. 116-260) (2021 Continuing Appropriations Act) allowing states and institutions of higher education to continue to grow or cultivate industrial hemp at certified and registered locations within the state for research and education purposes under the authorities of the 2014 Farm Bill. October 31, 2019: USDA published the IFR that provided specific details on the process and criteria for review of plans USDA receives from states and Indian tribes

USDA Easing Rules on Hemp ‘Hot’ Crops

The government now allows farmers to destroy “hot” hemp fields themselves, rather than having to hire a contractor to do it, and has expanded the number of laboratories that can test industrial hemp for THC levels. Though hemp has reached legal status in many states, these issues have been sore points in the USDA’s rules for hemp cultivation nationwide since inception. Farmers planted an estimated 230,000 acres of industrial hemp in 2020 and there is broad interest in hemp this year as a potential moneymaking alternative to such mainstay crops as corn, soybeans, and wheat. “Everyone’s looking for a savior crop,” said former Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue,  speaking to the National Association of State Departments of Agriculture (NASDA). The 2018 farm law legalized the cultivation of industrial hemp, which by law cannot contain more than 0.3% of the psychoactive component tetrahydrocannabinol

Growing Social Acceptance of Cannabis & Rising Popularity of CBD Oil

The Global Cannabis-infused Edible Products Market is Poised to Grow by $25.27 Billion in the coming years. This market is being driven by the growing social acceptance of cannabis  and the growing Millennial population in key cannabis markets. A recent report, The "Global Cannabis-infused Edible Products Market 2021-2025" has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering, and provides a holistic analysis, market size and forecast, trends, growth drivers, and challenges, as well as vendor analysis covering around 25 vendors. The report offers an up-to-date analysis regarding the current global market scenario, latest trends and drivers, and the overall market environment. The cannabis-infused edible products market analysis includes the product segment and geographic landscape. This study identifies the rising popularity of CBD oil as one of the prime reasons driving the cannabis-infused edible products market growth during the next few years. The cannabis-infused edible products market analysis

Aethics™ North America Launch | Press Release

Aethics Introduces Lineup of CBD-Infused Beverages, Performance Drops and Topicals Designed to Help Everyday Athletes Train, Perform and Recover Quickly Lakewood, CO – January 23, 2019 – Today marks the launch of Aethics™, a CBD sports wellness brand that’s designed to help everyday athletes train, perform and recover quickly. Founded and operated by a group of athletes, coaches and entrepreneurs who recognized a need for a trusted source of CBD products, Aethics™ prides itself in being uniquely a seed-to-sale company. This means that individuals leading active lifestyles can take comfort in knowing that the products they are incorporating into their daily routines have been planted, organically grown, processed and sold by Aethics™ alone, delivering a trusted method for performance recovery that’s natural and chemical-free. “In today’s market where there are a number of new and unproven brands offering CBD and a lot of confusion about what it

2018 Farm Bill

Recovery is a huge part of training and preparation for any competitive athlete. For years, many competitors have faced this part of their regimen without an all-natural resource to aid their bounce back. Competitive athletes have had to avoid products such as cannabidiol (CBD) in the past because leagues and governing bodies have been slow to recognize their value as a natural pain reliever with possible anti-inflammatory benefits. The world is finally changing now with a huge step forward recently taken with the passage of the 2018 Farm Bill in the U.S. The change to federal law made hemp legal as well as products derived from it such as cannabidiol as long as the hemp is the Cannabis sativa L variety with a delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol concentration of not more than 0.3 percent on a dry weight basis. The Farm Bill amended the

What’s in your golf bag?

As a golfer at any level, what you keep stashed in your bag says a lot about the player you are. Of course, you have the necessities like balls, clubs, and tees. Maybe there are a few prized items kept in your bag at all times, like your first hole-in-one ball. Whatever the case, you are bound to carry a few items in your golf bag that separates you from the rest. As performance goes Every golf brand claims to be the best in the game. There are plenty of options to choose golf balls and clubs from, and at the end of the day, they all seem to do the trick. You would be smart to have more than enough tees, as every golfer finds ways to snap them after a tee shot. To get even more creative, you could throw

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