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At Neurogan, we’re your #1 source for education, guidance, and inspiration surrounding hemp-derived cannabinoids.

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CBDa Vs. CBD: What's The Difference?

CBDa transforms into CBD with heat, breaking off the carboxylic acid chain. Learn the differences between the two compounds and their benefits here

What Is CBDA Good For?

You may have already CBDa in your CBD products and not even know it. CBDa (cannabidiolic acid) is a cannabinoid found in raw cannabis plants, but you can sometimes find...

What Is CBDa? How Is It Different From CBD?

If you've browsed CBD products online or in stores, you may have noticed that some bottles list "CBDa" or "raw extracts" on the label instead of just "CBD." But what...

CBD Information & Education

We share all the fascinating facts you need to know about hemp and the endocannabinoid system, while discussing specific cannabinoid properties, usage methods, benefits, side effects, and more. Our team includes doctors, health and wellness educators, and cannabis experts. We source research-based information from The United States National Library of Medicine and other published biomedical literature from scientists around the globe, so you can trust you’re receiving the most credible CBD information available.

The Neurogan CBD blog houses a collection of step-by-step guides for introducing supplements into your wellness regimen to ensure a safe and positive experience. We cover dosage, administration methods, product types, and provide visual infographics and audio recordings for all types of learners. We also go in-depth to cover the importance of understanding that results vary based on genetics, lifestyle, and experience.

Thoroughly passionate about cannabinoids, plant-based apothecary, and health, we love taking a comprehensive dive into wellness with you in our blog. From cannabinoid recipes, to research about CBD for sleep, and even mindfulness techniques, this is your trusted hub for CBD education and wellness. 

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