A abstract of the CBD Expo in Las Vegas
CBD and hemp industry professionals headed for the Valentine's Day weekend in Vegas to take part in another important marketing event, the CBD Expo.
Although the CBD Expo, which took place from February 13th to 15th in none other than Sin City, was much smaller than MJBizCon or similar industry events, it was busy and full of energy as people mixed and more about business of the other. Concerns about the corona virus that triggered other major events around the world did not seem to exist here.
Many of the big names like Medterra and Ignite were there. Mostly domestic brands. There were little or no foreign companies, no large vape producers, and no large extraction companies.
It was a great time for me to see what products are
trending at the moment, and which ones have stood the test of time. in principle
If CBD can be infused into something these days, it will be. The hemp industry
Overall (flowers, extracts, infused products, etc.) grows to one level
unexpected a decade ago. The industry is expected to be by 2025
worth nearly $ 27 billion.
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What is CBD?
CBD, short for cannabidiol, is the most common, non-psychoactive compound in cannabis and hemp plants. It's legal, though it remains problematic whether it's made from hemp or cannabis. All "legal" hemp products, including smokable buds, must contain less than 0.3% CBD, which can sometimes be difficult to achieve, especially if the CBD is extracted from THC-containing cannabis.
CBD has numerous health benefits. It can be used to relieve mental disorders such as anxiety and depression, is often used to treat chronic pain instead of addictive opiates, and is a successful treatment for certain forms of epilepsy. In fact, it is so effective in treating the latter that there is an FDA-approved CBD-based drug called Epidiolex that is used to treat rare forms of epilepsy: Dravet syndrome and Lennox-Gastaut syndrome.
A CBD mattress?
At the fair you will find everything from classic CBD oil to drinks and current products to a mattress enriched with CBD! In case you're curious (because I definitely was), it works by having the mattress coated with microcapsules that contain CBD isolate. The microcapsules dig in when you get to bed, causing the CBD to spread throughout the bedding and then be absorbed by the skin.
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I have to say, I'm not quite sure about the longevity of
However, this particular point raises some interesting questions
Where the market is going, what kind of products can be successfully infused
with CBD, and what it can realistically be used to treat.
Back to the basics
One of the most common products I saw there was from
CBD oil, of course. Sometimes there is nothing better than the basics and you
can really do so much with high quality CBD oil. It can be a basic ingredient
for a variety of homemade products as it can be added to practically anything.
People use CBD oil to find relief from various diseases, including anxiety,
Pain, sleep disorders and much more.
However, it seems obvious that consumers are growing
be aware of what is flowing into your body. Most of the stands made sure of that
emphasize whether their product comes from ecological hemp free of additives and the environment
sustainable etc. Today's cannabis user is much more sophisticated than this
and are looking for isolated cannabinoids, terpenes and
Products that have health roots, so to speak.
Topics, Drinks and More
Another growing trend in the CBD industry is current issues. Although it has been suggested for some time that CBD can be great for sensitive skin, I think the full effects are only now being realized. For one, I've been using CBD skin care products for a few years now and would never go back to anything else.
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