Premium Cannabis Products

We strive to find the highest quality products available so that you can have confidence that everything in the store is manufactured with the highest grade Hemp grown here in the United States. Third party analysis tests (COA’s) are available for every single product that we carry to ensure this.

Medical CBD for your Pets

Every mammal has an Endocannabinoid System (ECS). This means that your pets absolutely can and will benefit from the use of CBD and other cannabinoids the same way you do. Sleep, pain and anxiety are just a few of the issues that can be alleviated in your pet with CBD.

Premium Medical CBD Oils

In today’s world of CBD you can find generic oils nearly anywhere, from hardware stores to grocery stores to head shops. We only carry premium CBD oils that we have personal experience with and have been third party tested to verify the strength and cleanliness of the product.

Recreational Cannabis

South Dakota’s new Hemp law opened the door to more than just CBD. There are amazing amounts of alternative compounds found in hemp that are now available which can also provide a recreational experience.

Our Vision

We use high quality and certified
products from the USA

Our vision is simple and sincere: to offer quality CBD products to our neighbors in need and guide them to products that we believe can have a positive effect on their and their pets lives.

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Benefits of Cannabis

  • Promotes relaxation One of the first sensations most commonly felt with CBD is a sense of warmth & relief. This is usually felt first in the shoulders and then washes over the body. This sensation does a wonderful job of helping you to relax.
  • Relieves pain Pain can be triggered by many different things. Some pain stems from skeletal, ligament, or nerve damage, while others come from muscle tension or autoimmune disorders. The Endocannabinoid System (ECS) has the ability to address pain in either case because it acts as an analgesic (pain reliever) both by reducing inflammation and as an antinociceptive.
  • Increases appetite THC is not the only compound responsible for giving you the munchies. There are many other cannabinoids within the hemp plant that also work to promote appetite. Cannabinoids like CBG and THC bind with CB1 receptors located within the hypothalamus to help regulate appetite and food intake. This is why cannabis is generally the best tool for helping stimulate appetite while undergoing cancer treatments.
  • Headache Relief CBD can address headaches in more than one way. Traditionally people will take a tincture orally to relieve the pain, but you can even use it topically by rubbing it into the skin at your temples. Studies are showing that CBD may even help to regulate a peptide termed CGRP which is believed to activate migraines. If you want a tincture to have faster relief, try to leave it under your tongue for a few seconds before swallowing.
  • Fights insomnia Traditionally CBD has been used as a sleep aid. However a new cannabinoid has been discovered that may be primarily responsible for the sleep related benefits of Cannabis. CBN, or cannibinal, inhibits rapid eye movement and will shorten the 5th REM cycle of sleep. CBN will also relax your muscles so that you will fall asleep faster and sleep longer.
  • Improves mood Everyone knows that stoners are generally in a good mood, but not everyone wants to get stoned. The good news is there are other compounds in hemp that will boost your mood without getting you high. CBC (cannabichromene), CBG (cannabigerol), and THCV (tetrahydrocannabivarin) are all cannabinoids that can work to improve your mood without the high.

Glossary of CBD
& Cannabinoid Terms

The human body produces substances known as endocannabinoids that are thought to affect mood, memory, fertility, immune function and pain. Anandamide was the first endocannabinoid to be discovered and was named after the Sanskrit word “ananda,” which means “bliss,” “happiness,” or “contentment.” Known as the “bliss molecule,” anandamide is released by humans when they’re feeling happy, excited, or joyful. Cannabinoids found in hemp and cannabis have been found in scientific studies to increase levels of anandamide. The main cannabinoids responsible for elevating mood in this way are cannabichromene (CBC) and cannabidiol (CBD). People and even entire populations with higher levels of anandamide report feeling happier than those with lower levels.

CBD (cannabidiol) is extracted from the hemp plant as a full spectrum oil rich in CBD and other cannabinoids and terpenes. When the psychoactive part of the oil, THC, is removed to below lab detectable levels, it is then called a broad spectrum oil. This means that although there is no THC in the oil, it still contains all of the other natural plant compounds that contribute to the health and wellness benefits of the extract.

This is the full name of CBD oil. It is an oil that is extracted from hemp plants and is taken for health and wellness benefits. Cannabidiol does not produce psychoactive effects. It interacts with the human endocannabinoid system, which is part of the nervous system and is believed to play a regulatory role in things like mood, memory, pain and even fertility. CBD oil can be an effective treatment for seizures, according to a 2017 report from the World Health Organization. It is used in CBD tinctures, CBD gummies and many more products.

Cannabinoids are the active molecules found in hemp and cannabis plants. These plant-based molecules interact with the human endocannabinoid system. There are more than 100 cannabinoids discovered to date, with CBD and THC being the most well known. Those that naturally occur in very small amounts, such as CBDA, CBDV, CBC, CBG, CBN, and THCV are referred to as rare cannabinoids or minor cannabinoids. Each one is believed to offer unique effects. For example, THCV is a stimulant that increases energy and suppresses appetite. Meanwhile, CBN promotes sleep. What does CBD stand for? Many people wonder what all of these acronyms are for. CBD stands for cannabidiol, CBDA for cannabidiolic acid, CBDV for cannabidivarin, CBC for cannabichromene, CBG for cannabigerol, CBN for cannabinol, THCV for tetrahydrocannabivarin etc.

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