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Jeff Jones is the founder of CBD health platform Nabino and wants to remove the stigma around full spectrum cannabinoids, making them a part of our daily routine. Jeff told Euronews Living, “hemp is truly the world’s greatest superplant” with an “amazing array of medical and wellness compounds.” He also maintains that “microdosing THC is an incredibly potent wellness solution, particularly in combinations with the family of cannabinoids.”
Perhaps the most unanimously agreed upon fact about CBD is that is extremely sustainable to grow. Growing hemp can be hugely beneficial to farmers as it takes up relatively little space and cultivates prolifically with little water.
For example, you may have seen CBD infused coffees at your local, hipster café, CBD bath bombs and even sexual lubricants.
Does it actually work?
“There are over a quarter of a million people using CBD products in the UK right now. We know from more developed markets in US and Canada that people are typically using CBD to help with pain, anxiety and insomnia.” He references the brand’s “EASE, CALM and REST ranges, which combine CBD with other botanical ingredients that are well known to help in these areas.”
CBD is the buzzword of 2021. Otherwise known as Cannabidiol, CBD oil is an active ingredient found in hemp, a certain strain of the Cannabis sativa plant.
The dense canopy of leaves also eradicates the need for pesticides and herbicides, meaning there is much less soil toxicity. Hemp roots prevent soil erosion and in fact cleanse the surrounding area by extracting “pollutants and heavy metals from the soil,” Jeff Jones tells us.
Hemp oil deriving from the seeds of the plant can also be used for cooking and provides protein powder, so virtually none of the plant is wasted. What’s more, industrial hemp absorbs a vast amount of CO2, when compared with any other commercial crop.