Women from all over have begun to experiment with taking CBD oils while pregnant. Some have reported a decrease in nausea, and others have reported other great results.
The clinical definition of Clinical Endocannabinoid Deficiency Syndrome is the body’s lack of ability to produce a significant amount of cannabinoids by itself.
EVIO Labs Florida Expands Testing Capabilities with the support of Shimadzu Scientific Instruments EVIO FLORIDA EQUIPPED TO HANDLE UPWARDS OF 1,400 SAMPLES DAILY BY OUTFITTING THEIR TWO LABORATORIES WITH STATE-OF-THE-ART CANNABIS TESTING EQUIPMENT Fall 2018 (Fort Lauderdale, FL)- EVIO Labs Florida, the first ISO Accredited Cannabis Testing laboratory in the state, has extended their presence into […]
What happens when you mix CBD with prescription drugs? Learn more about cbd, cytochrome p450 enzyme, and prescription drugs with cannabinoids.
CBD For Pets & Endogenous Cannabinoid System for Canines Introduction In Canines, as well as any other species with a central nervous system, including dogs, cats, birds, lizards, etc. there is the Endogenous Cannabinoid or Endocannabinoid System, also referred to as the ECS. The most important notations are as follows: CB1 Receptors CB1 receptors are […]
The Ensemble Effect VS The Entourage Effect The Ensemble Effect is the preferred definition for what is currently known as the Entourage Effect. This is an Article to support the reasons to convert to the Ensemble Effect for sake of definition. Many people are lead to believe that CBD is the most important cannabinoid and […]
EVIO Labs Director of Operations – Cynthia Brewer The Marijuana Solution Podcast – Episode 60 – Cynthia Brewer Director of Operations for EVIO Labs in Florida. “Just because we can see everything, doesn’t mean that we have to be afraid of everything we see.” – Cynthia Brewer Cynthia Brewer talks about EVIO Labs, with Robert Roundtree of Sunshine Cannabis & Florida […]
Discovered in the 20th century in 1992 by Raphael Mechoulam, our Endocannabinoid or Endogenous Cannabinoid System ( ECS ) consists of numerous cannabinoid receptors that are naturally occurring in the mammalian brian, and play pivotal role in physiological processes such as mood, memory, pain, and appetite. Our two main ECS receptors, CB1 and CB2 can be found within our brain, nervous system, as well as our peripheral organs and tissues.
Hemp and Cannabis have been mistaken for one another quite often. What is it that makes these plants so similar, and yet so different? In this article you will explore the basic and finer points of the differences and similarities between Industrial Hemp and Cannabis Sativa.