CBD News & Trends

CBD gummies are one of the most popular CBD products on the market, offering a fun, easy and tasty way to get your daily dose. But do they live up to the hype? Read on to find out. What is CBD? CBD (or cannabidiol) is a natural...

Summary: CBD flowers are the buds of female hemp plants. CBD oil and CBD flowers both derive from hemp and are sources of beneficial CBD. CBD oil is legal, subject to regulatory constraints. Naturecan does not sell CBD flowers or source its CBD from this...

Summary: The endocannabinoid system (ECS) is a complex cell-signalling system found throughout the bodyIt regulates many vital processes, including sleep, pain, mood and appetiteThe ECS consists of three key parts: endocannabinoids, cannabinoid receptors, and enzymesCBD can support the functioning of the ECS and contribute to...

Written by Thomas Wrona and reviewed by our qualified expert, Moyra Cosgrove, Head of Nutrition at Naturecan, SENR Registered Nutritionist and DProf candidate at LJMU Summary:  CBD can stay in your system for between 3 and 5 days, although many factors can affect this timeframe. Edible...

Reviewed by our qualified expert, Moyra Cosgrove, Head of Nutrition at Naturecan, SENR Registered Nutritionist and DProf candidate at LJMU Summary points: Studies show CBD and melatonin have the potential to encourage a healthy sleep routine. Research indicates you can take CBD oil and melatonin together. ...

It's Naturecan’s 3rd birthday! In celebration, we invite you to reflect on not only Naturecan’s journey, but your own.  Some studies suggest that CBD may have a calming effect on the mind, making this the perfect starting point of your self-reflection journey. What is self-reflection and why is...

As human beings, we are utterly dependent upon nature. Not only for food, shelter and our very existence, but also for our mental wellbeing, as modern research shows. The earth’s waters, plants and animals provide sustenance not only to our bodies, but also to our minds...

What is forest bathing? Forest bathing is a form of ecotherapy that first emerged in Japan in the 1980s, when the government encouraged its workers to de-stress by reconnecting with nature.Known as Shinrin-yoku in Japanese, forest bathing is the practice of “taking in the forest atmosphere” by...