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2 Must Haves in Your Next Bottle of CBDs

2 Must Haves in Your Next Bottle of CBDs   “CBD” seems to be all the rage, perhaps you’re a 25-year-old old basketball player, a 50 year old multitasking super mom or a 75 year old serious golfer trying for the club championship; everyone seems to be discovering the...

The Entourage ​​Effect

The Entourage Effect   No, I’m not talking about my encounter with the famous posse… but I am talking about hemp.   What exactly is the Entourage Effect? The short definition is basically the image above. The long definition, well… it’s more complicated than just a...

The system in your body that school never taught you

The system in your body that school never taught you about   Throughout everyone’s scholastic career, we’ve all taken rudimentary science classes that teach us about our own body.  Systems like the digestive system, nervous system, respiratory system and circulatory...

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The Science of CBD Podcasts

Twinlab is thrilled to present The Science of CBD, a bi-weekly podcast centered on important issues and topics pertinent to hemp, CBD and other phytocannabinoids. Each themed episode features Gene Bruno, Professor of Nutraceutical Sciences at Huntington University & Director of Formulation at Twinlab, who provides major insight into topics like the legality of hemp, dosage discrepancies between brand-name products, how CBD can affect your body and what current research indicates – among other galvanizing topics. He is joined periodically by guest experts, delivering important perspectives into the industry and debunking confusion surrounding hemp. This educational initiative is supported by Francisco Sapatta, Twinlab’s National Education Manager, who leads the Spanish rendition of The Science of CBD. After 50 years of experience, Twinlab aims to provide educational value, transparency, and consumer awareness to viewers tuning in every single week.

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