CBD remains a relatively new product and industry, myths about this compound and its benefits and effects abound. It’s important to separate fact from myth whenever possible to ensure you understand what a product contains and how it might impact your physical, mental, and even spiritual health. This is …Read More
Carolyn Heneghan is a journalist and content marketer whose work has appeared in a variety of local, regional, national, and international publications on print and digital platforms, for both consumer and professional/B2B audiences. Over the past 13 years, Carolyn has contributed to such publications as Forbes.com, The Motley Fool, Food Dive, Draft Magazine, All About Beer, BeerAdvocate Magazine, Earth Island Journal, Culture Trip, Noodle, Where Y’at Magazine, Healthcare Journal of New Orleans, Biz New Orleans, New Orleans Living, and Louisiana’s Health & Fitness Magazine. As for branded content, Carolyn has penned editorial and marketing copy--from blog posts and features to web content and whitepapers--for small- to mid-sized businesses as well as leading global brands. Notable brands that have featured Carolyn’s work include JPMorgan Chase, Hilton, Marriott, Omni Hotels & Resorts, Loews Hotels & Resorts, Choice Hotels, Dignity Health, SafeWise, CenturyLink, AT&T U-Verse, DISH Network, XFINITY, and Vivint. Carolyn lives in her beloved hometown, New Orleans, where her true loves of music, food, and creative expression first took root--and eventually became her earliest writing influences and inspirations. When not click-clacking a keyboard or scribbling away in her many journals, Carolyn enjoys dancing, reading, playing music (flute, sax, bleep-bloops), cooking, cross-stitching, and sharing laughs and meaningful conversations with family, friends, new acquaintances, and beyond. Carolyn has recently begun to shift some of her advocacy journalism and content writing pursuits into the CBD and cannabis industries, and she has personally used CBD and cannabis to regulate physical and mental symptoms of stress, anxiety, and other psychological ailments.
Research and regulations continue to catch up with consumer demand for one of the latest “unicorns” of the health and wellness space, but CBD’s store presence is undeniable for much of the country these days. Consumers ingest CBD oil in a variety of ways, from smoking flower and vaping …Read More
The cannabis and alcohol industries often find themselves compared or pitted against each other in various debates concerning regulation and legality. Both have been dubbed “gateway drugs” and are among the most commonly consumed vices in the U.S. In this way, the two industries have seen similar histories and …Read More
As the world becomes collectively more mindful about their mental and physical well-being, practicing meditation has skyrocketed among individuals across any and all demographics. Anecdotal and clinical research abounds in support of a wide range of benefits from regular meditation practice. Like meditation, CBD oil has also seen a …Read More
Much of the cannabis debate has included mention of the cannabinoid THC. The cannabis plant also contains hundreds of other cannabinoids, such as CBD and CBG. State and federal laws have long prohibited cannabis and CBD oil research to further study these compounds, their effects, and interactions. Researchers continue …Read More
If any single factor could derail the CBD industry and consumer opinions of full spectrum CBD oil products, it’s the flood of fake and poor quality CBD products hitting the market in recent years. Because the CBD industry is still in relatively early stages, state and federal regulations haven’t …Read More
Missouri residents have likely heard about the CBD craze that has swept the nation in recent years. But many questions remain around what CBD is, what benefits it offers, and what regulations are currently in place to protect consumers. Let’s discuss everything you need to know about CBD in …Read More