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- Price and Quality of CBD Products
Don’t be tempted to save money buying your CBD products from the gas station or corner convenience store just because they are cheaper. Henry David Thoreau once said, “The price of anything is the amount of life you exchange for it.” When you stop and think about it, that is so true. Every purchase you make is an exchange for time worked. You give up one thing for something else; time for money and money for a product. When you pay your hard earned money, you expect to get what you pay for. CBD has analgesic, anti-inflammatory, and anti-anxiety properties without any psychoactive effects. It has recently gained popularity as a supplement and is now the leading application of hemp in the U.S. So because of its popularity, CBD products are showing up everywhere these days. Your local convenience stores want to get on the bandwagon. However, the old saying of “you get what you pay for” definitely applies to CBD and related hemp products. It is very important to purchase your CBD products from a reputable source like Emporium 419. Many of you that are interested in trying CBD for the first time might ask, “If I can get it cheaper, why not buy it from the gas station?” You might be thinking you just want to try it and see if it works. The problem with that is trying low quality CBD oil will not get you the results you are looking for. So when you are spending your hard-earned money on an inferior product it would be like throwing money out the window. Emporium 419 doesn’t sell gasoline or chicken strip dinners. But we have the best CBD tinctures, teas, creams, flower, and capsules in the state. We carry our own label of products which means we are involved in the complete process from the Tennessee farmer that grows it, the state inspector that certifies it, and the Tennessee lab that processes it. We know our product and stand behind its purity and quality. Our knowledgeable staff can guide you on the best products for your needs. Yes, it’s a special stop. You can’t fill up your gas tank here. But all of your questions will be answered and you will walk out of our store knowing you have a quality product that is safe to put in your body. We also carry a full line of Kratom and CBD infused candies and pet products. If you would like to shop in the privacy and convenience of your own home, you can order any of our products on our website: www.emporium419.com and they will be delivered to your door. If you have any questions about CBD and its many uses, call our store at 731-924-4419. FDA Disclosure These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
- What is the Difference in Hemp and Marijuana?
You might notice a lot of marijuana leaves on our website, or at least it might appear that way. Hemp and marijuana look almost identical to the untrained eye and both are from the same plant family but very different. In this blog I will explain the differences between the two and give a little history lesson. Both hemp and marijuana contain CBD (cannabidiol). CBD has analgesic, anti-inflammatory, and anti-anxiety properties without any psychoactive effects. What is Hemp? “Hemp” is a term used to classify varieties of Cannabis that contain 0.3% or less THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol) content by dry weight. While the legal definition described above had not been legitimized until The Hemp Farming Act of 2018 had passed, “hemp” has generally been used to describe non-intoxicating Cannabis that is harvested for the industrial use of its derived products. With evidence of its use recorded throughout history, including the discovery of material made from hemp over 10,000 years ago, many believe that hemp was the first crop ever cultivated by mankind. With the capabilities to produce crucial resources such as food, rope, clothing, paper, housing material, and more, hemp has been the catalyst for man’s earliest innovations. What is Marijuana? “Marijuana” is a term used to classify varieties of Cannabis that contain more than 0.3% THC by dry weight and can induce psychotropic or euphoric effects on the user. While the use of this term is widespread throughout American culture, it presents a grossly inadequate misrepresentation of Cannabis. Most informed individuals and organizations in the Cannabis industry refuse to use the term and some consider it to be “racist.” Let me explain. In early American history, the term “marijuana” was non-existent and “cannabis” was the primary term used to classify the plant. Between 1910 and 1920, nearly a million Mexicans migrated into the United States seeking refuge from the Mexican Revolution. During this time, anti-Mexican sentiment had begun to steep and the term “marijuana” arose as a negative correlation of its use by Mexican immigrants. Soon after, rumors began to surface, warning Americans of the “dangerous and homicidal tendencies” caused by using “Mexican cannabis” or “locoweed,” which lead to an even greater rise in anti-Mexican sentiment. As the negative perception of cannabis intensified, the government began regulating cannabis more aggressively. By 1927, 11 states had passed anti-marijuana laws and by the 1930s anti-marijuana propaganda and the fear of “Reefer Madness” was in full swing. After the passing of The Marihuana Tax Act of 1937, which imposed heavy, unrealistic taxes on the possession, sale, and transportation of the plant, the federal government had effectively banned “marijuana,” paving the way for the next 80 years of cannabis prohibition. The Confusion Presented by Hemp vs Marijuana Based on the context used to describe Hemp and Marijuana, the defining characteristic between the two is based on a single factor––the amount of THC in the plant––or rather whether it will get the user high. Hemp and marijuana are, taxonomically speaking, the same plant; they are different names for the same genus (Cannabis) and species. In other words, Cannabis plants with 0.3 percent or less of THC are hemp, and Cannabis plants with more than 0.3 percent THC are marijuana. While the intoxicating properties of each plant is an important factor to consider, categorizing Cannabis as either hemp or marijuana based on a single characteristic presents a skewed portrayal of Cannabis which prevents users from fully understanding its diversity. Categorizing Cannabis as either hemp or marijuana is akin to classifying all fruits in the citrus genus as either sweet or sour, without acknowledging the diverse characteristics of each fruit. In addition, hemp and marijuana can often appear indistinguishable from one another, which adds to the confusion factor. This has already led to numerous issues of law enforcement officers making arrests and seizing hemp that is 100% legal because it looks exactly like “marijuana.” The classification of hemp and marijuana absent of a true understanding of Cannabis presents a clear issue of function. The obvious solution is for these words to have never existed; however, now that these terms have become deeply ingrained in our society, this problem will be difficult to reverse. The only realistic solution is to re-educate our society over time. To understand just how different these two are, consider these 4 key differences between hemp and marijuana; Composition, CBD and THC Content, Legality, and Cultivation. 1. Composition The defining characteristic between hemp and marijuana is the chemical composition contained within each plant. Both hemp and marijuana can produce high amounts of CBD, the non-intoxicating cannabis compound; however, THC is produced at very different levels. 2. CBD and THC Content While hemp can contain no more than 0.3% THC by dry weight, marijuana can contain up to 30% THC content. 3. Legality Due to the difference between their levels of THC, hemp and marijuana are regulated very differently under the law. While hemp was previously regulated as an illegal substance under the Controlled Substance Act of 1970, it was removed as an illegal substance under the Agricultural Improvement Act of 2018, which federally legalized hemp and hemp-derived products that contain no more than 0.3% THC. Marijuana, on the other hand, is still treated as a controlled substance and is federally illegal under the Controlled Substance Act. 4. Cultivation Hemp and marijuana are harvested for different purposes so, naturally, they require different growing conditions. Marijuana varieties are selectively bred in controlled environments which are designed to optimize the breed’s characteristics and produce female plants that yield budding flowers. To properly cultivate a marijuana or cannabis plant, a grower must pay close attention to the plant at each stage of its life cycle and maintain exact conditions in its environment, such as proper temperature, lighting, and humidity. In contrast, hemp is grown to maximize its size and yield. To achieve this, hemp is typically grown outdoors and does not require the level of control and attention that is necessary to grow marijuana. Despite the dysfunctional use of the terms “hemp” and “marijuana,” these terms have become deeply ingrained in our culture and society. There is definitely a need to re-educate America about Hemp and Marijuana, but to reverse this issue, it will have to take time. While the subject can be a bit complex and quite confusing, I hope to have shed some light on this important subject and properly explain the difference between hemp and marijuana. FDA Disclosure These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
- How to Make CBD Infused Butter
CBD Infused Butter CBD infused butter is a simple way to incorporate CBD into more of your baked recipes. If you think about it most recipes call for butter, so it is easy to swap regular butter for CBD infused butter. An important note always keep in mind that CBD will cook off it is heated over 350 ° F, so be sure the recipes you use do not go over this temperature. I am going to give you two different ways on how to make CBD infused butter. First Recipe By The Joyce of Cooking Prep Time Cook Time Total Time 5 mins 2-3 hrs 2-3 hrs 5 mins Ingredients: 2 cups unsalted butter 1 cup water 20 ml CBD Oil (any strength) Small pot or non stick saucepan Spoon Container with a lid Instructions: 1. Put 2 cups of unsalted butter and 1 cup of water into a small pot or non stick saucepan and begin to melt the butter on a low heat. *Water is added to help regulate the temperature and prevent burning. 2. Once the butter is melted add CBD oil and maintain over a low heat for 2-3 hours, stirring occasionally. Do not boil. 3. Remove from heat stir and let butter cool for a few minutes. 4. Pour into container and seal it with a lid. 5. Refrigerate and use like normal butter! *If you end up with extra water in your final product, you can easily drain it once the butter is hardened in the fridge. Be sure to store in a separate labeled container if you do not want other people to use your CBD infused butter. Second Recipe By Leafly In this recipe you will decarboxylate the CBD flower before it is added to the butter. Decarboxylation is the process of heating cannabis to turn CBDA to the active chemical CBD in the plant. Basically, we are converting the Acid "A" into it's active ingredient for interaction with our Endocannabinoid System. When you decarboxylate at a low temperature you are preserving the most terpenes, a.k.a. the oils in the plant that inform the flavor profiles of the cannabis as well as some of the additional benefits. Prep Time Cook Time Total Time 30-40 mins 2-3 hrs 2-3 hrs 30-40 mins Ingredients: Baking sheet Parchment paper Cheesecloth Funnel Grinder Non stick saucepan Spoon Container or Jar with a lid 1 cup water 1 cup unsalted butter 1 cup of ground CBD flower (7-10 grams) Instructions: 1. Decarb the CBD. Preheat oven to 245 ° F. Cover baking sheet with parchment paper to prevent sticking. Evenly spread CBD flower on the baking sheet. Insert baking sheet into the oven and set timer for 30-40 minutes. Every 10 minutes, gently mix the flower with a light shake of the pan to equally expose the surface area. *If you have large flower break by hand into smaller chunks. 2. Grind. Once you are done decarboxylating your flower grind to a medium/fine course. *Do not grind it too small or it could go through the cheesecloth and end up in your final product. 3. Melt the butter. Add 1 cup of water and 1 cup of butter into a non stick saucepan. Simmer on low heat and let the butter melt. *Water is added to help regulate temperature and prevent the butter from burning. 4. Add the CBD Flower. Once the butter is melted add 1 cup of ground CBD flower to the saucepan. 5. Simmer. Maintain low heat and let the mixture simmer for 2-3 hours, stirring occasionally. Do not boil. 6.Strain the butter. Set up the funnel on top of your container or jar and line it with the cheesecloth. Once the butter has cooled off, pour it over the cheesecloth funnel and allow it to strain freely. * Squeezing the cheesecloth may push more bad tasting plant material through. 7. Refrigerate the container of butter. If excess water forms at the bottom of the container, you can remove the solid butter with a knife and drain out the water. *The butter will need to refrigerate for about an hour before removing water. 8. Dose carefully. Your butter’s potency depends on many factors, from how long and hot it was cooked to the potency of your starting material. To test the potency of your finished product, try spreading ¼ or ½ teaspoon on a snack and see how that dose affects you after an hour. Decrease or increase dose as desired. Be sure to store in a separate labeled container if you do not want other people to use your CBD infused butter. Browse Our Online CBD Boutique Here Or visit us in person at 1102 Mineral Wells Ave. in Paris, TN. FDA Disclosure These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
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