With cannabis on the verge of being legalized on the Federal level and CBD becoming an essential in every medicine cabinet, information is abound, and not all of it is right.
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This is an exciting time. As a consumer you make choices about what you use. You have a multitude of product and brand choices, and you have access to lab tests and traceability of your cannabis all the way down to the seed. You can choose your products based on desired experiences, your own biochemistry and health, and specific cannabinoids and terpenes. Are you taking advantage of this, or is it overwhelming?
"You can choose your products based on desired experiences, your own biochemistry and health, and specific cannabinoids and terpenes. Are you taking advantage of this, or is it overwhelming?"
We’re here to guide you in bite-sized doses of information. We know cannabis has evidence-based tests that show positive impacts on everything from pain management, behavioral health, and animal care, to numerous diseases and illnesses. Whether you’re just here to do research, or an experienced user, Green Bee Life is a safe, reliable space to learn.
So, what’s the buzz on the Bee?
The cannabis industry has a bad wrap. But at its core, cannabis is a sustainable resource in industries from textiles to food, paper, building materials, and healthcare. It has so much to offer, from root to flower. Yet, those who are uninformed about the many benefits, are quick to knock it down or run from it out of fear. Just like bees.
At Green Bee Life, we empathize with the bees, from stripes to stingers. We see how critical they are to our earth’s sustainability and food crops and we recognize that our planet needs them, as much as our planet needs cannabis. That’s why a portion of our proceeds go to non-profit research foundations for bees.