Enjoy Vegan CBD Edibles

This infographic explains how most CBD edibles contain animal products, so they are not suitable for vegans. To cater to the vegan market, there are now some manufacturers producing vegan CBD edibles. These treats do not contain any animal products at all. They are ideal for vegans who want to take advantage of the many therapeutic properties of CBD, without compromising their vegan diet.
Unlike other CBD edibles that use a lot of filler ingredients, vegan CBD edibles are gluten and dairy-free. They contain no artificial colors and only use natural sweeteners. The most premium hemp-derived edibles are created with premium full-spectrum CBD that is processed using clean CO2 extraction methods to retain quality.
If you are interested in taking vegan CBD edibles, it’s important that you know exactly what ingredients you are consuming. You should understand the difference between THC and CBD. One of the effects that THC has is that it causes the high that is associated with the recreational use of cannabis. CBD, on the other hand, is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid, meaning it will not get you high.
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Delicious Vegan CBD Gummies

Delicious Vegan CBD Gummies are 100% Natural and Organic! They are made with 100% organic full-spectrum CBD from Colorado-grown hemp. You can be sure that vegan CBD gummies are made with the best quality and highest potency in mind.
CBD Gummies are defiantly eco-friendly. They are made Cruelty-Free and contain NO animal Gelatin, NO Animal Byproducts, NO Corn Syrup, NO Gluten, NO GMO’s, NO Artificial Flavors, Colors, or Preservatives. All flavors and colors are made from natural fruit and vegetable extracts.
These Vegan CBD Gummies are made to maximize the bioavailability and delivery of all the beneficial amino acids, terpenes, and cannabinoids to your body.
This is not your regular hemp gummy bear candy! CBD vegan gummies go through vigorous testing, development, and refining to formulate this unique, one of a kind guilt-free Vegan CBD gummy treat.
You might ask yourself “Do Vegan CBD edibles taste good?” Oh, indeed they do. You can try them out for yourself or read online what people say about the great taste of vegan CBD gummies.
Don’t Forget to Check the Lab Results
For most reputable brands of Vegan CBD gummies, you will be able to find lab results that will detail the concentrations of the various cannabinoids that are contained in the gummies.
The concentrations of CBD and THC are the most important to look at. The amount of CBD will help you determine the right dosage levels for you. The THC content will tell you if the gummies contain any of the psychoactive cannabinoids that are found in cannabis.
Lastly, always remember when looking for vegan CBD gummies: Try to verify that there are no animal products included in the ingredients that have been used to manufacture the gummies.
Why choose full-spectrum CBD
Why choose full-spectrum CBD gummies? Simply put, users have found the most success using full-spectrum CBD. This is because the full combination of CBD and the other cannabinoids working together has been found to have greater effectiveness. This phenomenon is also known as the “synergistic effect”.
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The Truth About Factory Farms [infographic]

Eating meat is delicious, it brings people together and according to our government it is also healthy. Dog fighting is also fun, it brings people together, and what is unhealthy about it? Nothing is, except for the dog. Why do we care so much more about dogs than we do about a pig, cow or chicken on a factory farm? If your child had a chicken and had fun poking its eyes and cutting its beak, I am sure you would stop this irrational behavior immediately. Yet, the chicken we often eat has had harsh treatment that we shrug off by saying “Well, I didn’t know this animal, so I don’t feel as bad.” Are we that apathetic towards the truth?”

Johnathan Safran Foer is one of my favorite my favorite Authors. He wrote a book called “Eating Animals” where he explores the many ways that animals are farmed. He brings the audience into the hellish life and death of 98% of farmed animals. A favorite quote form his book:
“What the meat industry figured out is that you don’t need healthy animals to make a profit. Sick animals are more profitable…Factory farms calculate how close to death they can keep animals without killing them. That’s the business model. How quickly they can be made to grow, how tightly they can be packed, how much or how little can they eat, how sick they can get without dying…We live in a world in which it’s conventional to treat an animal like a block of wood.”
– Jonathan Safran Foer, Eating Animals. Chew on that.


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