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May Day: Where Cannabis Stands in Industry and Employment

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The end of April is coming fast, which brings us closer to Labor Day, also known as May Day. On May 1st, we will be celebrating the International Workers Day. If you are having a smoke while reading this, you may be curious how the pot sector has impacted labor, industry and employment. Well, you are in luck. Read on to find out where weed stands in the complicated world of industry and employment.

What significant developments should we know?

In order to see where weed stands in industry and employment, we need to take a look at how far legal marijuana has gone in the past year until now. Here are just some of the most significant developments related to cannabis and employment:

  • The US Farm Bill 2018 was Passed

Towards the end of 2018, the US Farm Bill was passed by the Congress. This bill makes the cultivation, extraction and use of hemp (Cannabis sativa L.) legal. Hemp is the variety of cannabis plant that is rich in cannabidiol and fiber but is low in tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). This plant is known to be very easy to cultivate and has a high growth rate. Because it is fiber-rich, it can be used to make biodegradable plastic, paper and other similar products. Aside from this, the plant is seen as a potential biofuel source.

  • The Industry Generated Thousands of Jobs

With the legalization of medical and recreational cannabis in some states, there is no wonder why weed cultivation companies and dispensaries are popping up left and right. Along with this, there is a significant increase in the number of cannabis-related jobs, especially with the passing of Farm Bill. According to a special report released just this year, over 211,000 Americans are able to provide for their families and support their communities with legal marijuana jobs.

This number is expected to grow more in the coming years. In fact, experts say that there will be 340,000 or more cannabis jobs by 2022. This is pretty significant, especially as it amounts to 21% growth every year!

  • Latest Court Decisions Involving MMJ Backs Employees

In the past, employees are fired when their employers learn that they consume weed. In fact, there are individuals who retracted when prospective employers find out that they are medical marijuana users. While this type of situation can still occur even today, the American Bar Association revealed that recent trends regarding marijuana and the workplace favor employees.

This brings us to our next point.

  • Some States Enact Employee Protection Laws

Perhaps the reason why court decisions pan towards employees is that legislation regarding medical marijuana and employment are being enforced in some states. As of March 2019, 14 states have employee protection laws in place. This means that there are policies to be followed regarding MMJ and employment. However, because the legalization of cannabis (whether recreational or medical) is fairly new, legislators need to put careful consideration in formulating and implementing policies.

Does the gender gap exist in cannabis industry jobs?

With the wide disparity between the number of men as compared to women working in some sectors, it is important to look at how women fare in a sector that is known to be ‘dominated by white men.’ When asking whether or not the gender wage gap exists in the cannabis industry, the short answer is yes. According to Patriot Care, women in the sector are ‘closing the gender gap,’ which means that it exists, but that the situation is getting better. In fact, women are represented in many fields in the weed industry with 63% of high-level positions and 48% of senior-level posts held by women.

Want to get to know some of the ladies that are rocking the industry? Read on to find out who they are.

  • Shaleen Title and Danielle Schumacher

First on this list are best friends Shaleen Title and Danielle Schumacher. These two ladies founded THC Staffing Group, a company that deals with recruiting a more diverse workforce in the cannabis industry. In an interview with Ladybud, Title reveals that they established THC Staffing Group because of the highly noticeable lack of women during weed-related conferences and events.

With hundreds of cannabis businesses saying that they want to be more diverse in hiring, Title and Schumacher took the first step by providing them with a pool of women and people of color candidates. Now that’s a big leap compared to the usual list of applicants which is 95% white men.

However, Title emphasizes that their company does not aim to dismiss the contributions of the usual candidates in the pot sector. Instead, they aim to address the effects of the prejudice placed to people of color due to marijuana prohibition and the war on drugs.

  • Wanda James

Another significant pioneer in the marijuana community is Wanda James, who is now known as the ‘first black owner of a marijuana dispensary’ in her home state, Colorado. James used to work as a Navy lieutenant and is not operating not one, but three marijuana-related companies. First is Simply Pure, a dispensary that caters to medical and recreational pot users. She also runs Cannabis Global Initiative (CGI), a cooking school, which also handles catering orders. Lastly, James handles a consultation company that focuses on matters related to weed.

Just like Title who aims to use her pot business as a way to address real social matters experienced by people of color, James also seeks to use the legalization of weed to pursue social equity. The reason for her advocacy? She cites her experience with her younger brother who was given a 10-year sentence for having a small amount of weed on his possession.

  • Chanda Macias

Next up is Chanda Macias, who owns and manages the National Holistic Healing Center (NHHC). Based in Washington, D.C., the organization offers medical cannabis care to patients suffering from debilitating conditions and other specific illnesses. Aside from providing care, the NHHC also educates and support patients with qualifying conditions.

Macias has a Ph.D. with focus in Cell Biology, and with training in breast, prostate and bone cancer. There is no wonder that she is working to help patients with debilitating medical conditions. After all, one of the qualifying conditions for medical marijuana is cancer. With her dedication to the healthcare industry, Macias is set on finding the most innovative solutions and this includes medical cannabis.

  • Hope Wiseman

Even before reaching 30 years old, Hope Wiseman is already making waves in the weed sector not only as a businesswoman, but as the ‘youngest black woman to own a cannabis dispensary’ in the US. She runs Mary and Main, the first dispensary in Prince George’s County. This facility carries a wide variety of strains and therapeutics, making these products available to locals. Aside from being a dispensary, Wiseman envisions Mary and Main to be an events place for enthusiasts.

Title, James, Macias and Wiseman are members of Women Grow, an organization concentrated on cultivating female leadership in the pot sector.

How is medical cannabis received in workplaces around the world?

The developments in some states in the U.S. are already a tremendous win, especially when combined with the nationwide legalization in Canada. With the industry’s huge victories in North America, it is important to know how this plant fares in other parts of the world.

Here’s an executive summary of the developments across the globe:

  • In Asia, one of the most important developments is Thailand’s legalization of medical marijuana. There might still be a need to craft laws and policies related to work and marijuana.
  • Some parts of the continent seem to be much less inclined to follow Thailand’s footsteps.
  • After Canada legalized the plant, Japan issued a warning to its citizens saying that laws pertaining to marijuana still applies to Japanese citizens abroad. This essentially prohibits Japanese citizens from consuming any form of cannabis even when they are in a country where this herb is legal.
  • There are talks of medical marijuana legalization in other parts including the Philippines and India.
  • Uruguay is the first country to legalize medical marijuana nationwide.

With various developments in the U.S., the future seems to be bright for cannabis and the workplace, especially with the relaxing workplace policies in the country, as well as the positive impact on job creation. With this, cannabis seems to have a place in labor and industry. This is true, with the narrowing gender gap in the industry and what it does for people of color. However, elsewhere in the world, the plant needs more support in order to gain a footing.

This May Day, take the time to recognize the contributions of the marijuana sector in labor, industry and employment. Come May 1, make sure to light up a joint to show your solidarity with the community, as well as with the workers around the world.

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What are CBD Distillates?

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With the legalization movement in full bloom, more and more states are starting to legalize not just medical marijuana, but also recreational cannabis as well. Alongside these are the recognition of more products not only from cannabis, but also those extracted from hemp plants.

One of the areas which deserve this type of recognition is CBD distillates. After all, there is a lack of information that surrounds this. While numerous individuals are already aware of what cannabidiol is and what its benefits are, there is still a thin veil that clouds individuals from this knowledge, leading them to become even more confused about the world of CBD and the distillates.

This article will answer all of these and more. This way, when you start shopping and hunting for a full-spectrum or broad-spectrum CBD product, you can make an informed choice on what a CBD distillate has to offer.

What is a CBD Distillate?

A distillate is an oil that does not come with the unwanted compounds or chemicals from the original plant. This means that it is devoid of impurities, resulting in a translucent and runny type of oil. This is achieved through the process of distillation where compounds are separated from the plant matter in question.

By extension, a CBD distillate simply means that it is extracted and obtained from cannabis or hemp plants. It entails that it houses all the essential benefits from the whole hemp plant but without THC or tetrahydrocannabinol, the psychoactive compound responsible for getting users high and intoxicated.

Without THC, CBD distillate ensures that it can provide users with all the necessary cannabinoids, vitamins, terpenes, fatty acids, and the like.

Because of this, a cannabidiol distillate is often seen as beneficial in a variety of ways, especially when it can be used in a number of ways, making it a versatile addition to any routine. It can be used as a mix for edibles, topicals, as well as something users can vaporize or dab as it is. Plus, since it is without the undesirable compounds, it is also quite potent on its own.

What CBD Distillates Have to Offer

What is CBD Distillates

Cannabidiol distillates have gained prominence in the CBD and cannabis industry and for good reason. This is one of the substances that can provide the much-desired entourage effect. The entourage effect is simply the outcome that occurs when the terpenes interact with the cannabinoids or when the cannabinoids in cannabidiol are further enhanced as other compounds work with each other.

There are different kinds of CBD distillate on the market, including full-spectrum and broad-spectrum varieties. The former contains THC, albeit in very low concentrations, to achieve the entourage effect, while the latter takes THC out of the equation.

Given this, CBD distillates ensure that you get all the necessary and possible nutrients from the hemp plant itself thanks to the distillation process it undergoes. Not to mention, what you are getting is free from impurities, providing you with high-quality sources that are as potent as it comes.

Cannabidiol is popular for so many reasons, primarily for helping soothe inflammation and reduce chronic pain. It is also ideal for those who are suffering insomnia and other sleep-related disorders, as well as anxiety and stress, which is why distillates are often used in the treatment of these conditions.

Learn How to Use CBD Distillates

As mentioned previously, there are a number of ways that CBD distillates can be used. As such, these are highly prized because of their versatility. Apart from being vaporized by individuals, these can also be used in edibles for people to consume, as well as in ointments and other topical cannabidiol products mainly to treat a host of conditions and ailments. Furthermore, it can also be added to cosmetics or skincare.

The most popular way of consuming cannabidiol distillates is perhaps dabbing or vaping these, especially in cannabis culture. Unlike smoking traditional marijuana flowers, however, these are almost odorless, unless, of course, it has been laced with other flavors.

Those who plan to use their CBD distillates to create their own edibles at home should be careful with doling these out, particularly as these are quite potent. As they say, starting small and slow is the key and then working your way to a comfortable level.

Meanwhile, individuals who are interested in feeling the effects of cannabidiol in their body right away, whether to alleviate their pain or aid their relaxation, may want to take this sublingually, meaning under the tongue. Alternatively, users can also drop some onto their tongue to ingest it directly. However, these methods may not exactly be for those who are not fond of tasting oil or of the runny and unctuous texture itself.

The Bottom Line

CBD distillates are not new to the cannabis industry. However, this may be a novel concept and product to many individuals, which is why this article aims to answer questions about what this truly is.

If you are interested in taking CBD distillates and adding this to your roster, you can be sure to find one that suits your needs. After all, with its potency and versatility, there’s certainly a reason why these are the preferred choice of many.

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The Numerous Health Benefits of Kratom: Here Are Some of Them

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So, What Kratom Strain Has the Most Alkaloids?

Kratom is a plant that has numerous medicinal and health benefits for users worldwide. It has been used as a traditional medicine in different parts of the world, and in the U.S., it is legal. Kratom, or Mitragyna speciosa, is a tropical evergreen tree from the coffee family of plants that grows naturally in Southeastern Asia. For centuries, its leaves have been used as a stimulant and sedative by farmers who work grueling hours in the fields. Kratom is also known to have been used as a pain reliever, energy booster, and anti-anxiety treatment. It was also used as an opium substitute by addicts after the government cracked down on opium in Thailand, Malaysia, and Myanmar (Burma). We will further explore some of the benefits of Kratom below:

Kratom is used as a treatment for withdrawal symptoms of opioid addiction.

Kratom can help reduce the symptoms of opioid withdrawal while minimizing cravings. If you’re addicted to opiates, Kratom is often used by people to detox because it does not cause the same withdrawals and cravings as other drugs used for this purpose. And because of Kratom’s ability to act as an opiate, it can be used in place of these addictive drugs and still offer pain relief without side effects like respiratory issues.

Kratom can help treat various diseases and disorders such as diarrhea, hypertension, diabetes, immune disorders, etc.

Kratom has become one of the most popular herbal supplements because of its ability to deal with physical pain and emotional stress. The leaves contain alkaloids that can help you overcome fatigue and act as a sedative when needed. It also helps with diarrhea, hypertension, diabetes, immune disorders, etc., quite effectively.

According to some user reviews, Kratom works well for symptoms of depression and anxiety.

Users have reported using Kratom for anxiety and depression, saying it relieves their symptoms. One reviewer on Reddit said they experienced some initial relief when they began using Kratom but that the effects diminished over time. They said their experience with Kratom has been generally positive, but they have some issues with shipping reliability and delayed delivery. 

It can be purchased online in powdered form or capsules from companies that sell it legally in the United States as a dietary supplement.

Kratom, typically taken in pill or capsule form, is available from several companies that sell supplements and herbal remedies. Companies that sell high-quality Kratom cannot legally market it as a dietary supplement or cure or treatment for any disease, such as opioid withdrawal. They also can’t make claims about the health benefits of their products without approval from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

Although Kratom doesn’t have FDA approval, it’s legal in most states if purchased naturally, meaning it’s sold without additives. It can be purchased online in powdered form or capsules from companies that sell it legally in the United States as a dietary supplement. The FDA found contaminants during the testing of some kratom products that may pose health risks to consumers. 

There is conflicting evidence regarding how safe Kratom is. You should consult your doctor before using it.

Kratom has not been approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for medicinal use. However, some of its active compounds may benefit treating addiction or chronic pain. According to a review published in the journal Substance Abuse and Rehabilitation, Kratom has shown promise as a possible treatment for opioid addiction. While Kratom does help relieve pain symptoms, there is conflicting evidence about how safe it is. Kratom can cause dependence when used over an extended period. 

Conclusion

It is undeniable that there is a strong demand for alternative ways to treat chronic pain. As mentioned in the blog, Kratom is one such alternative that could make a big difference in your life. You should, however, use caution when using any kind of medication. And even though Kratom is 100% natural and safe to use, there are always cases of misuse. In this case, Kratom could cause an addiction wherein the user is always looking for a way to obtain Kratom. You should always treat Kratom as a drug and use it in the same way you would a prescribed pill. Remember to consult your doctor about Kratom and the possible risks before taking it.

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What is Kratom and What is it Used For?

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Kratom – Kratom (Mitragyna speciosa) is a derivative of a tropical tree native to Southeast Asia and Papua New Guinea. This tree has a long history of medicinal and ceremonial use in the regions of Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, and certain parts of Africa. Its leaves contain mitragynine and 7-hydroxymitraginine, which help with pain management, relaxation, and as an aid for opiate dependence. Kratom can also be used to provide relief for digestive ailments.

How Does Kratom Work?

The two compounds in Kratom– mitragynine and 7-hydroxymitraginine interact with opioid receptors in the brain to produce stimulant effects; making users feel more energetic. However, higher doses of kratom can cause undesirable effects such as anxiety, irritability, nausea, and vomiting.

Traditionally, natives in Southeast Asia and some parts of Africa chewed kratom leaves or made kratom tea to combat fatigue. They also smoked dried kratom leaves and even used kratom powder as an ingredient in food seasoning. Today, kratom leaves are ground up into powder and ingested or sold as kratom capsules retail and wholesale. Kratom may also be sold as liquid kratom extract in online stores.

Ultimately, kratom is easiest consumed as kratom capsules or liquid kratom extract.

How Kratom Capsules Are Made

Kratom capsules are made from the leaves of mature kratom trees. The leaves are harvested and dried in special conditions. The drying process is done in a manner that increases the concentration of the compounds present in the leaves and gets rid of impurities. Dried kratom leaves are ground into fine kratom powder and packaged into gel capsules.

Kratom capsules are easier to use and incorporate into one’s daily routine. If you’d like to take your kratom on the go, kratom capsules are a suitable option.

Kratom Powder

Kratom powder is obtained by simply grinding dry kratom leaves into a fine powder. This powder can be used to make herbal kratom tea or make a kratom smoothie. Some people may drink it with water. Kratom powder is more potent than kratom capsules because it acts quicker. Kratom powder is prized for its ability to produce instant effects.

However, its bitter taste is unpleasant for most people and this is why kratom capsules are prized for their ability to mask the plant’s bitter taste.

Kratom Extract or Tincture

Kratom extract is obtained by dissolving kratom leaves in a hot boiling solvent, and then the mixture is left to sit in a dark place for some time. Thereafter, some of the solvent is evaporated to obtain a highly concentrated extract. Kratom extract contains a high amount of alkaloids, so it should be used in very small quantities to avoid the effects that come with higher doses.

What Are The Benefits Of Kratom?

  • Improved mental clarity: At low doses, kratom is said to produce heightened mental clarity. For someone who wants to focus more on the important stuff, then Kratom is the most suitable product to buy.
  • Feelings of relaxation: Kratom capsules wholesale and liquid kratom extract are effective remedies for people who are looking for ways to manage nervousness, restlessness, and worries. Whether you have a big presentation coming up and you’re feeling nervous, or are in a situation that is getting you worried, kratom supplements have got you covered.
  • Libido enhancement: Anecdotal evidence shows that kratom supplements possess aphrodisiac effects which are known to boost sexual performance.
  • Better sleep quality: Kratom strains like red papuas have calming properties that will help you alleviate insomnia. If you’ve been struggling to catch some sleep, visit our website and let us provide you with kratom capsules that will help you improve your sleep quality.
  • Pain relief: The compounds present in kratom relieve pain by attaching to opioid receptors and performing an analgesic role. Studies have revealed that 7-hydroxymitraginine is more potent than morphine by far. Red vein, white vein and green vein strains are particularly effective in pain management.
  • Increased energy levels: Kratom strains with higher mitragynine levels provide an energy boost, enhance mental clarity, and produce a feeling of alertness. However, not all kratom strains can help boost energy levels. If you’re looking for a big boost, kratom strains such as White MeangDa, Greeb MeangDa, red papuas, and green horse blend can be great choices.
  • Mood elevation: Kratom can have sedative properties, making it an excellent product for enhancing mood.

There are many other benefits of taking kratom. As you can see, kratom is a wonder pill for anyone looking to improve their health.

Is Kratom Legal in The U.S?

Kratom is legal in most states in the U.S. except in the following states:

  • Alabama
  • Arkansas
  • Indiana
  • Rhode Island
  • Vermont
  • Wisconsin

In some states, including Florida, California, Colorado, and Mississippi, Kratom is legal under state law but banned or controlled in some cities, towns, and counties.

Where Can You Buy Kratom Capsule in Bulk?

When you’re looking to buy kratom capsules in bulk or whole kratom kilos, you want to buy from a trusted online vendor who is known to provide high-quality products. There are many unreliable vendors purporting to sell high-quality kratom online, so we strongly recommend that you do proper research before buying from any online vendor. If you don’t have time to look at online reviews for various vendors or ask for recommendations, we invite you to buy kratom products at Royal Organics.

At Royal Organics, we take pride in offering high-quality strains at affordable prices. Our kratom products are made from natural and ethically harvested kratom plants. Furthermore, our kratom strains are third-party lab tested to ensure they meet the required standards. Our products are packaged in resealable pouches for optimum freshness.

Some of the kratom strains we sell at Royal Organics include green powder strains, white powder, red powder strains, yellow/gold strains, custom kratom powder blends, and more.

Whether you’re looking for kratom extract powder, kratom extract capsules, or royal blends enhanced, we’ve got you covered. Along with high-quality kratom products, we provide exceptional customer service to ensure we accommodate the needs of our esteemed customers.

Visit our website today and check out our incredible selection of wholesale kratom powder. capsules, kratom extract, and liquid kratom extract.

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