Cannabis is currently only legally sold to medical marijuana cardholders. New Jersey does offer reciprocity to out of state medical card holders. Yes, recreational cannabis was legally approved; however, you cannot legally purchase cannabis at any dispensary at this time. The state is working on meeting the demand of medicinal patients prior to offering recreational sales.

Cannabis, also known as marijuana, is a plant medicine used for medical and recreational use. It’s use as an herbal medicine dates back as far as 500 BC in Asia. Cannabis is an alternative treatment option that may provide patients relief with fewer and less serious risks and side effects than pharmaceutical formulations, such as opioids. Cannabis users are a blend of individuals including seniors, veterans, parents, and children, often suffering from debilitating medical conditions.

American's For SafeAccess has developed and up to date Travel Tips for Medical Cannabis Patients Guide to ensure you are safely traveling with your cannabis.

Cannabis Travel Tips Guide

CBD isolate is the purest form of CBD, which is produced by removing all other compounds found in the plant including terpenes, flavonoids, and other cannabinoids.

Cannabidiol, also known as CBD, is a compound that interacts with the body's endocannabinoid system. This series of receptors regulates pain, mood, the immune system, memory, appetite, stress, and other important functions.

Your endocannabinoid  system is the second largest neurotransmitter system in the body and present in all vertebrates. It performs major homeostatic functions in the brain, skin, digestive tract, cardiovascular system, skeletal system. Or in other words, its role is to act as a biological regulator, ensuring that balance is achieved in the body.

Broad spectrum products contain a limited cannabinoid profile. Most often this term is used to describe products which have the THC removed. These products provide most of the entourage benefits of a full spectrum product without the need for a user to ingest THC.

Full Spectrum CBD/Hemp contains THC, though in most cases the levels are very low. This is because most CBD/Hemp oil is extracted from low-THC industrial hemp (Less than 0.3% by dry weight) rather than from high THC marijuana. Most companies selling CBD/Hemp online will adhere to these standards. These low-THC full spectrum products won't product a 'high' when used at regular dosages.

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