It is worth noting that there are plenty of cannabinoids found in the cannabis plant but CBD is now the 2nd most popular cannabinoid in the world mainly because it is beneficial to human health.
The company not only uses cannabinoids like CBD in their products but also includes Moringa that is labeled as one of Nature’s Superfood.
The Highland Pharms Difference
High-grade hemp plants are the source of Highland Pharms CBD oil. They make use of the supercritical CO2 process that does not require solvents in the manufacturing process. The final batch of products is also tested by the company and by third parties prior to selling it to the public. They don’t only include CBD as part of their ingredients but you’ll also find traces of CBDA, CBG, CBD, and Terpenes among others.
- CBD Drops – Tincture
Highland Pharms CBD Drops – Tincture is manufactured using the supercritical CO2 extraction method using high-quality hemp loaded with CBD to ensure it is pure and contains as much CBD as possible for the consumer’s benefit. It is available in different dosages and priced anywhere from $39.95 to $349.95 per bottle.
- CBD Capsules
Unarguably the most convenient way of taking medicines or supplementations, capsules are preferred by most users since you just pop it and swallow and you are all good. No more special preparations needed.
The CBD capsule line sold by Highland Pharms come in 5 dosages:
- 15 mg.
- 25 mg.
- 50 mg.
- 75 mg.
- 100 mg.
They all come as powdered-hemp extract capsules. You can also choose from regular capsules to soft gels. The latter works a little quicker since it takes a while for the regular capsule to act on the body because it breaks down longer. From $49.95 to $169.95, you’ll definitely find an oral CBD preparation from Highland Pharms that meets your needs.
- CBD Gummies
A better way to take oral preparations of CBD is in the gummy form. You’ll feel as if you’re not taking added supplementation like kids because they look rather cute.
INTERNET TEXT is a meditation on the philosophy, psychology, political economy, and psychoanalytics of Internet (computer) communication. It focuses on virtual subjectivity, sexuality, community, and all aspects of computer interfacing. Please consult the Index for the list of topics.
The text consists of hundreds of sections written over a period of over two years, a continuous meditation on cyberspace, emphasizing issues of interiority, subjectivity, body, and language. The extended range of topics includes Net applications, as well as occasional reference to the underlying architecture and protocols of telecommunications; this is the materialist “gristle” that can’t be discarded in analysis.
All of the sections have been presented on the Fiction-of-Philosophy and Cybermind email-lists, which I co-moderate.
The subject matter is in the form of “short-waves, long-waves.” The former are the individual sections, written in a variety of styles, and referencing a number of writers ranging from Jabes and Blanchot to Acker and Lingis, with Penrose, Kristeva, and Karl Kraus somewhere in the middle. These texts are completely interrelated; on occasion “characters” appear – these are _actants_ possessing philosophical or psychological import. They also create and problematize narrative sub-structures within the work as a whole. (Such are Clara Hielo Internet, Tiffany, Alan, Travis, Honey, and others.)
The long-waves are fuzzy topoi of such issues as death, love, virtual embodiment, the “granularity of the real,” and physical reality, which criss-cross the texts. The resulting fragments and coagulations owe something to romanticism, deconstruction, linguistics, prehistory, the philosophy of science, and so forth – but more to the function of sites or nodes on the Net itself.
The writing encompasses, past and present, but wagers the future as well; hence, the emphasis on extended virtuality.
Reading: I advise at least skimming the first Net1.txt, and then consulting the Index – or follow your own path through the maze / theoretical substance.