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Our approach to creating a product was to focus on the concept of healing as a whole and in a holistic way. Combining aromatherapy with skin nourishing butters and oils, then fortifying it with full spectrum hemp oil. Every ingredient was chosen not just for their scent or texture but for their medicinal properties as well. Our products are hand made in small batches using organic ingredients carefully sourced from producers that love what they do as much as we love what we do.
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The term “hemp” itself is used to classify cannabis that is under the legal threshold of THC. Both are variants of the species within the genus cannabis, which include sativa, indica, and ruderalis. Any of these may be determined “hemp”, so long as they possess less than .3% THC and are grown in accordance with Federal and State laws, per the 2018 Farm Bill.
Yes, federal regulation allows the sale of CBD-rich products as long as it contains less than .3% THC.
They provide therapeutic pain relief for your muscles, nerves, bones, and soul, while delivering nourishment for the skin.
Full spectrum contains the complete profile of healing compounds that are available in the plant. No individual compound is more important than the others, rather it is the diversity of them itself and the ways that they work together to create the benefits. Whole medicine.
The JUNO Awards will broadcast nationwide on Sunday, June 6 on CBC TV, CBC Gem, CBC Radio One, CBC Music and globally on CBCMusic.ca/junos. The Tragically Hip are set to perform with singer-songwriter Feist. This will be the legendary Canadian rock band’s first televised performance since the death of lead singer Gord Downie in 2017.
The Wall’ has spoken! The exhilarating competition series, Wall of Chefs, hosted by Noah Cappe, that sees home cooks face off in front of a group of 12 intimidating and well-respected Canadian chefs, returns for a second season. Continuing the competition fever, Insight will be producing a deliciously divine spin-off of the series with Wall of Bakers.
Insight and CBC have partnered with the Terry Fox Foundation for a one-hour special about the legacy of the late cancer research activist.
Now casting Wall of Chefs and spin-off Wall of Bakers
Trapped between boy bands and hip hop, silicone implants and Silicon Valley, the 90s were a decade of extremes. The economy was booming, the internet was teething and TV was getting better than ever before. But the 90s were also the evolution of the celebrity obsession, when only the most sordid and scandalous headlines could sate the public’s supersized appetites. All that fame, all that attention we slathered upon them took its toll– behind those bright lights was a world of shadows that concealed dark secrets. Dark Side of the 90s moderated by 90s music star Mark McGrath premieres Thursday, July 15th @ 10 PM ET/PT on VICE TV.
Titled Terry Fox: The Power of One, the special will air on Aug. 9 on CBC and CBC Gem to celebrate the enduring legacy of Fox’s Marathon of Hope. It will feature musical performances by Alessia Cara, Tom Cochrane and William Prince along with a number of special appearances by Canadian celebrities and public figures.
The search for Canada’s next batch of houseguests starts now! Global and Insight Productions announced that casting is open across the country for Season 10 of Big Brother Canada. Canadians can apply online at BigBrotherCanada.ca for their chance to become a #BBCAN10 houseguest, competing in a series of extreme challenges in one of the most high-stakes social experiments ever. Fans can also nominate friends on social media by tagging @bigbrotherca and using #FutureHOH for a chance to get noticed by Big Brother Canada’s casting team.
Shamier Anderson and Stephan James, Scarborough natives and co-founders of The Black Academy, and Insight Productions, Canada’s preeminent award show production company, today announced an exclusive three-year partnership with CBC to broadcast Canada’s first-ever award show honouring Black talent. Planned for Fall 2022, The Black Academy’s award show will celebrate established and emerging Black Canadian talent across film, television, music, sports, and culture, with a live telecast on CBC TV and CBC Gem. The telecast will feature award presentations, performances, and tributes. Award categories, the submission process, and additional information will be announced at a later date.