StHealthy Nutrition is born out of our original brand StHealthy Hunter. Five years ago I, Hillary @dochillary convinced Ryan (my other half) @sthealthyhunter to start an IG page where he could share his vast experience in nature, hunting, gardening, and sustainable living. Bringing together the words stealthy (a reference to Ryan’s style of bow hunting, patience, and quiet nature) and healthy ( signifying his love for healthy food, plants, and natural living), the word StHealthy was born. This launched not only an IG page @sthealthyhunter, the brand StHealthy Hunter, a podcast Hunt Harvest Health and now a line of products with StHealthy Nutrition. Least to say, we have a lot going on.
Recently we recorded a podcast on Hunt Harvest Health that addressed a few of the many questions we get each month on CBD and hemp. We have a FAQ’s page here on the website, but this podcast with introduce our story and help you make a better decision when buying products. Tune into Episode #123, and if you haven’t already, Subscribe and give a listen to our many other podcasts on Health, Gardening, and Hunting! Listen Now!
Here is a few of the questions we talk about:
- What happened to Bent Herbalist?
- What road blocks have made it hard to sell CBD?
- Ryan shares his experience in using CBD and why he feels better than he did 10 years ago.
- How it’s helped Dr. Hillary.
- What’s the Endocannabinoid System?
- Difference between hemp and marijuana?
- Can you get high from full spectrum hemp?
- Difference between full and broad spectrum hemp?
- How does CBD work in the body?
- Does it work like Advil?
- Should you take CBD if you get drug tested and why the urine testing is flawed?
- Do we ship to Canada?
- What other supplements do you take and may offer in the future?
- Why Ryan loves Turmeric Tea with CBD.
- What are the side effects of CBD?
- What medications may CBD interfere with and options?
- High dosing vs low dosing and the time you need for this to work.
- What are other things that help the ECS system?
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