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From cloth and rope to construction materials and biofuel – the uses of cannabis seem limitless. So when CBD skincare products first emerged, some people questioned how a CBD cream could improve skin health and if the introduction of these products in the market was merely a trend. However, CBD […]

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From cloth and rope to construction materials and biofuel – the uses of cannabis seem limitless. So when CBD skincare products first emerged, some people questioned how a CBD cream could improve skin health and if the introduction of these products in the market was merely a trend. However, CBD in skincare makes more and more sense when you remember that CBD is touted for its anti-inflammatory properties, amongst other things.

Does CBD really have the ability to treat and prevent acne, fine lines and wrinkles, and eczema? How can CBD be used in skincare? How effective is it? Here’s what we know.

What is CBD Oil?

Cannabidiol, best known as CBD oil, is a naturally-occurring chemical compound from the cannabinoid family. For centuries, it’s been used for its healing properties. Today, since CBD topical products are not ‘dietary supplements’, the FDA has no jurisdiction so many large retailers including Walgreens, CVS and Rite Aid are now carrying these products on their shelves.

CBD comes in different forms; the three main types are oils, isolate, and wax. CBD can be further broken down by product types: oils, edibles, sublingual sprays, vapors, topicals, and so on. The variety of products available allows people to identify the method of use that best suits them. You can vape CBD with a vaping device or take it sublingually under the tongue. You can mix the oil with your food and beverage or consume it in the form of CBD-infused candies. And you can slather it onto your skin with CBD creams, salves, balms, and so on.

CBD topicals have been praised by professional athletes for helping them with muscle soreness and chronic pain. Some celebrities have even shared that they slather CBD on their feet to help them with high heel pain, which helps them get through the whole evening at a red carpet event. But what happens when you use CBD-infused creams and balms directly on problem skin?

The Skin Benefits of CBD Oil

We’ve known about CBD’s anti-inflammatory properties for a while now. One of the most comprehensive studies on CBD’s ability to suppress inflammatory response dates back a decade. Researchers tested several experimental models of autoimmune disorders, including multiple sclerosis and rheumatoid arthritis. Their studies showed that CBD protected the host by creating various anti-inflammatory pathways. Therefore, CBD may also be beneficial in cancers that are triggered by chronic inflammation, inhibiting tumor growth, or suppressing inflammation.

Beyond that, research has shown that CBD is also a powerful antioxidant and has more antioxidant properties than Vitamins C and E. When skin is inflamed, the skin’s rejuvenation process is disrupted. Antioxidants can reduce inflammation and limit the production of free radicals, allowing the skin to repair and even correct visible damage.

In another study, CBD was observed to have antibacterial and antifungal effects, which can help the skin combat infections. This is important in skincare as many skin problems lead to infection. Dry, scaly skin can be uncomfortable and itchy, leading people to scratch and potentially infect the skin with bacteria and dirt from under their fingernails. Those with acne may pop and pick their pimples, opening them up and exposing them to infection-causing germs.

CBD for Sensitive Skin

Sensitive skin is prone to eczema and psoriasis flare-ups. Because of CBD’s anti-inflammatory properties, it can limit the lifespan of those breakouts. CBD also supports the healing process, treating the problem skin and strengthening it so that future flare-ups are less likely.

Eczema is also known to be quite uncomfortable because of the itching and pain. CBD is also known for its analgesic properties. Not only will it soothe the skin and relieve the dryness, but it will help with the soreness that often comes with damaged skin.

CBD for Acne

Acne doesn’t just affect teens going through puberty. Acne can happen to anyone at any age, especially if your body is not producing the right amount of sebum. Too little sebum and you end up with dry, painful, cracking skin. Too much sebum production and follicles could become plugged, which leads to acne.

According to a study on CBD’s sebostatic and anti-inflammatory effects on human sebocytes, CBD can prevent cells from overproducing oily sebum that typically results in various forms of acne. Their research also revealed how CBD’s anti-inflammatory properties reacted, preventing the activation of inflammatory cytokines. Cytokines are responsible for inflammatory acne such as pimples and red pustules. Therefore, using CBD for acne will not only prevent non-inflammatory acne like blackheads and whiteheads but also stop future acne breakouts.

CBD for Aging Skin

CBD-infused anti-aging products that are full of antioxidants may give the skin’s defense mechanism a boost, enhancing its ability to regenerate.

Antioxidants not only encourage damaged skin to repair itself, but it also stimulates collagen production. Collagen is the key to youthful skin. It keeps skin plump, moisturized, and glowing. As we age, collagen production begins to slow, causing the skin to sag, lose its luster, and become dry. Because CBD has the ability to balance sebum production, it can also prevent the skin from drying, which speeds up the development of fine lines and wrinkles.

Why Full Spectrum CBD Oil is Best for Skin

CBD isolate may be CBD in its purest form; however, it’s also been stripped of the rich phyto-cannabinoids, vitamins, terpenes, flavonoids, and other active compounds of the cannabis plant. This means that Full Spectrum CBD is more potent in anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and analgesic properties.

You don’t have to worry about the minimal THC levels in Full Spectrum CBD because using cannabinoids topically will not likely introduce CBD into the bloodstream. Your skin will simply absorb it and allow it to interact with nearby cannabinoid receptors.

At ROOT ORIGINS, we use Full Spectrum Phytocannabinoid-rich Hemp Extracts in our CBD skincare line. ROOT ORIGINS Gentle Face Cream is made with organic moringa oil, organic fruit extracts, herbal extracts, and Full Spectrum Phytocannabinoid-rich Hemp Extracts for pure, all-natural, quality skincare.

ROOT ORIGINS nutrient-rich Body Butter is made with organic shea butter, organic moringa oil vitamin E oil, and Full Spectrum Hemp Extracts (CBD) for ultra-hydrated, revived skin.

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new york small business cooperative licenseNew York may become the sixteenth state to legalize marijuana, as Gov. Cuomo renewed his vow to legalize marijuana in 2021. And considering the positive implications that this multi-millionaire industry may bring to the state’s economy, along with the legalization of weed in the neighboring state, New Jersey, this time the proposal might be able to pass.

In this sense, this is the perfect opportunity for any cannabis entrepreneur in New York to hop on the industry. But as in any other state, there’s a fair amount of prepping that needs to be done in order to get a license.

This time we’ll get into the requirements established -so far- for the New York small business cooperative license. Take into consideration that these requirements will likely suffer some changes with time, however, it’s good to keep them in mind from now: it’s never too early to start working on the compliance aspect of your business.

What’s the small business cooperative license?

New York small business cooperative license authorizes its holder to acquire, possess, cultivate, process, and sell cannabis from the licensed premises of the adult-use cooperative by such licensee to duly licensed distributors, on-site consumption sites, and/or retail dispensaries; but not directly to cannabis consumers.

In order to obtain a New York small business cooperative license, the cooperative must comply with the following requirements:

  • Be comprised of residents of the state of New York as a limited liability company or limited liability partnership under the laws of the state, or an appropriate business structure as determined and authorized by the board.
  • Subordinate capital, both as regards control over the cooperative undertaking, and as regards the ownership of the pecuniary benefits arising from the cooperative;
  • Be democratically controlled by the members themselves on the basis of one vote per member;
  • Vest in and allocate with priority to and among the members of all increases arising from their cooperative endeavor in proportion to the members’ active participation in the cooperative endeavor;
  • The cooperative must operate according to the seven cooperative principles published by the International Cooperative Alliance in 1995.

Requirements to be a member of a small business cooperative

In order to be a member of a cooperative, you would need to comply with the following requirements:

  • Has to be a natural person
  • Can’t be a member of more than one small business adult-use cooperative licensed pursuant to the Act.
  • Can’t have a direct or indirect financial or controlling interest in any other adult-use cannabis license issued pursuant to the Act.

No small business adult-use cannabis cooperative shall have a direct or indirect interest, including by stock ownership, interlocking directors, mortgage or lien, personal or real property, or any other means in any premises licensed as an adult-use cannabis retail dispensary or in any business licensed as an adult-use cannabis retail dispensary pursuant to the Act.

The Board must promulgate regulations governing cooperative licenses, including –but not limited to- the establishment of canopy limits on the size and scope of cooperative licensees, and other measures designed to incentivize the use and licensure of cooperatives.

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New York Cannabis Distributor License

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new york cannabis distributor license

New York lawmakers created an adult-use distributor license for those interested in starting a cannabis business to get in the industry. After Bill S854 was presented New York is on its way to becoming one of the sixteenth states to legalize recreational marijuana. 

The adult-use distributor license is one of the 10 types of cannabis licenses available in the Big Apple. And while we have to wait until the state passes the bill and officially legalizes cannabis for New York cannabis application to be open, we can give you information about the adult-use distributor license for you to familiarize and consider your options to start your cannabis business

What is an Adult-use distributor license?  

A distributor’s license shall authorize the acquisition, possession, distribution, and sale of cannabis from the licensed premises of a licensed adult-use cultivator,  processor,  small business adult-use cooperative, or microbusiness authorized to sell adult-use cannabis,  to duly licensed retail dispensaries.

“Distributor” means any person who sells at wholesale any cannabis product,  except medical cannabis,  for the sale of which a license is required under the provisions of this chapter.

“Wholesale” means to solicit or receive an order for, to keep or expose for sale, and to keep with intent to sell, made by any licensed person, whether principal, proprietor, agent or employee of any adult-use,  medical-use cannabis or cannabis product or cannabinoid hemp and hemp extract product for purposes of resale.

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Limitations for Adult-use Distributor License

No distributor is allowed to have a direct or indirect economic interest in any adult-use retail dispensary or in any adult-use cultivator or processor licensed or in any registered organization. This restriction does not prohibit a  registered organization authorized from being granted licensure by the board to distribute adult-use cannabis products cultivated and processed by the registered organization to licensed adult-use retail dispensaries owned and operated by such registered organizations.

A distributor will not be prevented from charging an appropriate fee, authorized by the board, for the distribution of cannabis,  including based on the volume of cannabis distributed.

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cannabis nurseryCannabis Nursery has been referred to as how the cannabis industry starts. While not all the states contemplated the nursery license in its regulations, New York lawmakers decided to include this type of license in their cannabis program. 

A nursery license are an opportunity for entrepreneurs to enter in the industry not talked about enough, but in this opportunity we are dedicating this segment exclusively with everything there is to know so far about New York cannabis nursery license. 

What is a Nursery  license 

 A  nursery  license authorizes the  production, sale and distribution of clones, immature plants, seeds, and other agricultural products used specifically for the  planting,  propagation,  and  cultivation of cannabis. 

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Nursery License Regulations

Once the bill passes, the office will have to provide recommendations to the board for  the  application process, license criteria and scope of licensed activities for this class of license. Such licenses shall promote social and economic equity applicants as provided for in this chapter.

Nursery License Restrictions 

A person or entity holding a cultivators license may apply for, and obtain, one nursery license to sell directly to other cultivators, cooperatives, or microbusinesses.

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