John Wood

John Wood

After a career in sales, John quit his job in 2004 to become a freelance copywriter. Having taken journalism in college, he had always harbored a desire to earn a living as a writer. John frequently writes for coaching services and health-based organizations. He especially enjoys writing articles that are inspirational, motivating and help make people’s lives better. John is a big believer in the power of CBD, and has written extensively on the subject. Find him at


How can CBD induce sleep-induce sleep while at the same time promoting wakefulness? Find out before you take the wheel.

Here are the questions you should be asking when you shop for CBD.
If you're not getting the results you had hoped for from CBD, wait for it...
CBD's calming properties may make flying more pleasant, but will you be able to get it past TSA?
The stigma surrounding cannabinoids is finally easing up, thanks to discoveries demonstrating their huge potential for medicinal use. 
Although his research team identified and synthesized cannabidiol and cannabinol in early 1940, this accomplished chemist is often not given credit for his work.
Knowing what type of cannabis plant was used to source the CBD oil will help guide you to the safest and highest-quality products.
The primary difference between CBD oil and cannabis oil is the amount of the psychoactive compound tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) they contain.
The best CBD delivery method depends on the health issue you're addressing, how quickly you’d like it to work and which is most convenient for you.
Before you buy a CBD oil product, it’s important to understand the differences between hemp-based and marijuana-based CBD.
Chemical compounds in CBD work with the endocannabinoid system to improve overall wellness.
The quality of the final CBD product is largely dependent on the extraction method  used.
It seems like everyone is jumping on the CBD bandwagon these days, and with good reason.
When multiple phytocannabinoids and terpenes are present together, they act synergistically to multiply the medicinal benefits of CBD.
According to the WHO, CBD poses no risks to public health. But you should be aware of a few precautions for use.
Learn how to zero in on the CBD type that's best suited to your individual needs and preferences.
PGA golfers and duffers alike are embracing CBD to both calm nerves and provide focused energy.
For those who want natural relief, anecdotal evidence indicates that CBD may decrease physical discomfort, stress and mood swings.
Adding CBD to your preventive care strategy may contribute to your long-term wellness.
CBD is known to have what many describe as “an energizing awakening effect,” so how can it possibly help you sleep?
Got Glossophobia? Natural ingredients combined with our premium CBD work synergistically to calm frazzled nerves.
Inflammation can be a serious health concern. Fortunately there are things you can do to help your body fight off inflammation.
CBD interacts with receptors in the body that directly influence whether you wake up grinning or grimacing.