If you’re just started learning about CBD and nicotine, you’ve likely heard the terms absorption and bioavailability thrown around like you’re deep in the throes of revising for a biology exam. The terms are pretty simple, but it requires a little understanding of the body and its chemistry.
We spend roughly one-third of our lives asleep, and rest is essential to better health. But many of us are struggling with sleep. Four out of five people in the UK suggest that they suffer from sleep problems at least once a week. So how to sleep better? Check out our tips here!
With the influx of new CBD products onto the UK and European markets, it can be tough to know not only what's safe but what's the best product for you and your routine. So, how do you choose the right product?
Nicotine and CBD pouches are an excellent alternative to smoking and vaping - whether you're watching a film, working out, or paragliding over the Alps - maybe even all three at the same time (careful now). But how do the pouches work? Here’s a brief lesson in biology 101.
CBD is touted as providing aid for anxiety, depression and even aspects of pain. It's also marketed as helping to promote sleep and relaxation, but is there any truth behind these grand claims? We take a look at some of the current research.
Many people all over the world have found relief in managing their pain by turning to natural products. One of the leading natural products on the market today is Cannabidiol (CBD) oil, which is derived from cannabis (marijuana and hemp) plants.
Whether you're an everyday gym-goer, once-a-week jogger, or a stone-cold Iron Man in training, you've likely heard a lot of noise right now about CBD working wonders on the pre and post-workout body. But what's the fact and fiction here? Let’s take a deeper look.