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HEALTH & WELLNESS
September 27, 2017
Texas Wears Condoms is a free condom distribution and HIV/STD prevention project based out of San Antonio Texas. The purpose of Texas Wears Condoms is to reduce the spread of HIV/STDs in Texas by expanding free condom access, improving condom knowledge, and destigmatizing condoms/condom use by shipping condoms to anyone in Texas at absolutely no cost. Place your order today!
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Orders are taking roughly 8-10 weeks to process and ship. They have been experiencing a high volume of orders (1-2K orders per day) and they have a small team. If you need condoms now, please visit the Get Tested tab on the Texas Wears Condoms website to find a location near you to pick up free condoms. You can also visit www.condomfinder.org.
March 17, 2018
Elixinol is a Colorado-based company focused on manufacturing and providing the highest quality CBD oil and hemp extracts in the world.
CBD is an acronym for cannabidiol which is one of the major cannabinoids found in the cannabis plant. Elixinol CBD is produced from the hemp, leaves, stalks and flowers of industrial hemp and extracted using a CO2 extraction process.
Will I get high if I consume Elixinol? No, you will not get high from consuming Elixinol. It is made entirely and only from industrial hemp, and does not contain the psychoactive properties of THC. Additionally, cannabidiol actually has the property of being anti-psychoactive. More about THC vs CBD
How does CBD work in the body? CBD works in the body by activating receptors in the brain and nervous system – the endocannabinoid system (ECS). It affects different receptors to THC and affects many receptors which are responsible for the regulation of many parts of the body’s systems.
Pain associated with multiple sclerosis
And many more.
Hemp Oil for Inflammation – Studies Show Benefits of CBD as an Anti-Inflammatory
Cannabinoids Explained (Part 1): THC and Its Effects on the Human Body
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