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  1. Our Philosophy - Education, Build Trust, Build Community

    Our Philosophy - Education, Build Trust, Build Community You know the story of why Vitalibis was started.  Our CEO went on a mission to find the best, highest quality, most terpene rich full spectrum oil he could find for his daughter Julia.  There is more about this story on the CULTURE page of our website.  He spent 18 months putting together the Vitalibis supply chain before preparing to launch the Read more...
  2. CBD 101

    CBD 101 Over the past couple years, CBD has popped up everywhere.  From oils to a skincare ingredient to gummies to dog treats to infused hamburgers.  It’s an amazing compound, which continues to be researched, however not all CBD oils are the same.  To help navigate the basics, we created this blog post with a frequently asked questions format.  Be Read more...
  3. Endocannabinoid System Overview - Balance and Homeostasis

    Endocannabinoid System Overview - Balance and Homeostasis The Endocannabinoid System (ECS) is a network of receptors (called CB1 and CB2) spread throughout the body – in the brain along with the central and peripheral nervous systems. This network of receptors controls many vital life functions, including the immune system, anxiety, memory, appetite, sleep patterns, mood, stress, inflammation and pain Read more...
  4. Cannabis is a Phytoremediator - Understanding Why That Matters

    Cannabis is a Phytoremediator - Understanding Why That Matters Phyto = refers to plant (Ancient Greek phyto) Remediator = refers to restoring balance (Latin remedium) Phytoremidiation then refers to technologies that use living plants to clean up soil, air, and water contaminated with hazardous contaminants.  Phytoremediation is a cost-effective plant-based approach of remediation that takes advantage of Read more...
  5. What is CBD Isolate?

    What is CBD Isolate? CBD isolate is a pure, crystalline powder that contains only CBD. All the plant matter contained in the hemp plant, including oils, waxes, chlorophyll, and more are removed during the extraction process, offering a finished product that's CBD and nothing more. CBD Isolate products are typically clear / odorless and can be infused with terpene Read more...
  6. What is Full Spectrum Phytocannabinoid Rich Hemp Oil with Naturally Occurring CBD?

    What is Full Spectrum Phytocannabinoid Rich Hemp Oil with Naturally Occurring CBD? FULL SPECTRUM OIL Full spectrum, phytocannabinoid rich (PCR) hemp oil is also referred to as "whole plant extract." It contains all the beneficial elements of the plant, including cannabinoids, terpenes, chlorophyll, flavanoids, fatty acids, etc. Of the 80+ cannabinoids, the most abundant cannabinoid found in hemp is the non-psychoactive element Read more...
  7. In CBD Oils: What are Terpenes and Why are They Important?

    In CBD Oils: What are Terpenes and Why are They Important? Terpene discussions can be confusing as a starting point of cannabis education.  If you are in your early stages of learning about cannabis, we recommend reading the content on the CBD page of our website.  There are some overview concepts and short explainer videos on that page to help provide a solid foundation of information. DEFINITION Read more...
  8. 4 Ways to Use Hemp Oil / CBD

    4 Ways to Use Hemp Oil / CBD There are several ways to consume Hemp Oil with naturally occurring CBD and other cannabinoids. Some are more mainstream than others, and some are safer than others. #1 - CBD Intravenously (IV) IV administration is the most bioavailable method; meaning injecting a safe form of cannabinoids, terpenes, etc. directly into the bloodstream through the Read more...
  9. How Much CBD Should I Take?

    How Much CBD Should I Take? Once you become comfortable with a couple things about CBD: 1) it won't get them high and 2) a little bit about how the Endocannabinoid System works, the next question is typically, "How much do I take?" This is a very common question with many articles written across the internet.  Many people falsely interpret that the higher the dose the Read more...
  10. Getting Healthy, Not Getting High

    Getting Healthy, Not Getting High Cannabis is a family of plants with two primary classifications — Indica and Sativa (Ruderalis is a third type, but it is not highlighted as often). While marijuana can be considered a member of either the Indica or Sativa families, Hemp is a member of the Cannabis Sativa family. Within the cannabis plant there are over 450 known compounds: Read more...

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