Let me reveal a little secret: Everything hurts when you're 30 years old.
One day, you can run 10 miles, drink a couple of beers, sleep like a king, and be the first in the office tomorrow. And the next, not so much.
For me it's 30, when the muscle aches started, the sleepless nights became more frequent and the work stress became a 24-hour ordeal. Unfortunately, the years 31, 32 and 33 did not help.
However, being fortunate enough to live in 2018, I can handle all of these things naturally with the only health trend that everyone supports: cannabidiol.
Cannabidiol, also called CBD, is on everyone's lips these days. You may not know exactly what it is, but the likelihood that you know someone who has tried it and whose merit is regularly advertised. How do we know? Because, according to this year's 1
We've written a lot about everything You should know about CBD before you dive. (And I've personally written about a decade about cannabis and its beneficial effects on a person's body.) But in the name of science and journalism, I decided to give it a try by doing my usual Painkillers and hypnotics for her CBD colleagues exchanged. The following happened.
To perfect our CBD game, we teamed up with Veritas Farms a sustainable phytocannabinoid farm at the foot of the Rocky Mountains in Pueblo, Colorado.
The hemp that Veritas Farms uses to produce CBD is cultivated as naturally as possible – without the use of pesticides, herbicides or fungicides. The company's products are also made with whole plant hemp oil, which means that not only are CBD compounds used, but that both the flower and the leaves of the plant are used to ensure that they receive all the best from Mother Nature.