I love craft beer not just because of the flavor, but also the effects.
The “buzz” I get from quality beer is completely different than the one I get from swill-water lagers. I can imagine why people need six beers to get the same effects of two when they’re so diluted and devoid of flavor. There are some varieties infused with nitrogen which yields a delicious and luscious flavor. However, craft beer isn’t exactly cheap, especially if you’re drinking daily. When I was in college, it was common to find a six-pack of bottles from one of my favorite breweries for roughly $8; nowadays that price is easily $12 or $15 depending on the batch. I hate to compare CBD to beer, but the common CBD and hemp oils and tinctures that I see sold at most grocery stores and pharmacies are junk in my opinion. If you want a quality full spectrum hemp product, you need to visit a cannabis dispensary or a website for a grower in the pacific northwest. There are also some awesome sources in Nevada if you go with the right grower/supplier. After finding a good CBD store on the internet, I quit buying all of my CBD in the nearby grocery stores at the checkout counter. It’s important to understand what a true full spectrum product entails. Simply getting a pure CBD product isn’t necessarily a good idea. A hemp plant has many of the same cannabinoids and terpenes that you find in high-THC marijuana, so it’s important to find products that attempt to retain many of those natural compounds that are missing in pure CBD products.