Why Choose Hemp ?

People from all over the world are turning to ways to improve their quality of life. Whether you are looking to ease an aliment you are dealing with on a daily bases or to help relax from stress even control mental illness. One of the avenues millions of people are exploring is hemp, not just hemp but the active compounds in hemp called cannabinoids.

People from all over the world are turning to ways to improve their quality of life. Whether you are looking to ease an aliment you are dealing with on a daily bases or to help relax from stress even control mental illness. One of the avenues millions of people are exploring is hemp, not just hemp but the active compounds in hemp called cannabinoids. Specifically, CBD or Cannabidiol derived from hemp. Hemp and cannabis have always got a bad rap. Fortunately, due to large efforts by Hemp activists and support from local politicians this wonder plant has been available to farm, process and distribute for a few years now. So why choose hemp? Because it works! Many studies by many reputable sources are compiling data on hemp and its cannabinoids. CBD has specifically undergone scrutinous exanimation when coming to market. Numerous clinical studies have been performed from examining its safety to its effectiveness in treating things like general pain, anxiety, and cancer treatment research. We believe the heavy lifting has been done. there is enough information available to say it really works. So, making the decision to improve quality of life through natural remedies like hemp should be easy and the why should come from the evidence that its safe and effective. Here at Mile High's Finest we believe in offering safe, effective, clean products for you all to explore. One thing we believe is there is a lack of information. Here we will list a few case studies and let you make your own inference as to if hemp is right for you. But we believe providing that information is important.  

According to the summery provided by Jennifer L. Robinson, Ph.D. at, Auburn University 

"Cannabidiol (CBD) is a phytocannabinoid that is one of 113 identified cannabinoids in the cannabis plant. It is derived from the hemp plant, and may treat conditions like pain, insomnia, and anxiety. CBD is a critical component of medical marijuana and does not cause the "high" typically associated with cannabis. According to the World Health Organization, CBD has shown no evidence of abuse or dependence potential. However, to the investigator's knowledge, there have not been many acute clinical studies to characterize the effects of CBD in the brain. Despite the rapid influx in CBD readily available to the public, very little is known about such effects. Some studies have shown alterations in resting state connectivity, while others have described changes in specific regions of the brain, or in networks associated with various cognitive functions. For example, CBD has been shown to increase fronto-striatal connectivity and reduce mediotemporal-prefrontal connectivity, suggesting that CBD may affect brain regions involved in salience processing. Unfortunately, few studies have examined CBD in isolation. Additionally, several studies have suggested that CBD may have a neuroprotective effect when it comes to individuals at high risk for psychiatric conditions." 

You can look further than the brief summery here 

And you can read what was found about anxiety here 

There are many examples of why hemp works. but finding the right CBD products for you can be challenging. We will always be here to guide you on your journey and many more blogs to come that will focus on how to choose what is right for you. 

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