CBD: Best 30 CBD Oil Products and Top 70 CBD Companies (2020)

After researching hundreds of brands, buying, trying and reviewing dozens of CBD oils, it is safe to say the ABC’s of CBD are still being spelled out. A smart buyer’s guide is essential. CBD is now the most recognized naturally-occurring cannabinoid found in hemp, setting the cannabis culture ablaze for its potential medicinal benefits and potent therapeutic effects. The highly-touted CBD extract from the cannabis sativa plant has admirable associations for being a safe, non-habit forming solution to helping a myriad of different health conditions. The prominently-prized cannabidiol compound is poised to capture an unprecedented portion of global nutraceutical and pharmaceutical formulations. And it does not make you ‘high’ like its notorious psychoactive cousin-cannabinoid, tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). While CBD may be akin to the yang to THC’s yin, the non-intoxicating phytocannabinoid is truly trailblazing its own path. Once the 2018 Hemp Farming Bill enactment, CBD products under the 0.3% THC threshold soared due to removal of its Schedule I status on the Drug Enforcement Agency’s (DEA) Controlled Substance Act. This regulatory milestone greenlit hemp ...

Vecow MTD-6000 Series Industrial Display Is Your Smart Choice for AIoT Applications

This website collects personal data and uses cookies to improve services. By using this site, you agree to our Privacy Policy. Vecow today announced the release of MTD-6000 Series, an industrial-grade 10-point multi-touch display. Supporting a wide range of LCD sizes including 15″, 17″,19″, 21.5″ and 24″, MTD-6000 Series is designed for industrial and IoT applications and is easy to install in diverse applications including smart manufacturing, gaming, intelligent surveillance, infotainment system, medical and more. Vecow MTD-6000 is IP65-rated design which ensures protection from dust and water ingress, making it works stably under harsh environments. For industrial application deployment, It supports wide temperature range from 0°C to 50 and provides VGA and DVI video connection with a lockable screw to ensure securely attached to the devices. Designed with projected capacitive touch with 10 points multi-touch functionality, MTD-6000 Series provides operation for zoom-in/zoom-out/rotation and enables users easier to find the data they need compared to traditional touchscreens. To facilitate intuitive gestures and increase efficiency, there is no n...

Call to join class action against fire-risk cladding makers

Local building owners with potentially flammable cladding are being urged to join a class action suit for damages from the makers. Close up view of the exterior of the Grenfell Tower block of flats in which 72 people lost their lives in a fire. Photo: 123RF Law firm Russel McVeagh and Australian litigation funder IMF Bentham are taking the claim and will pay for any property owners to have their buildings checked for the potentially fatal cladding. “The NZ class action will also be a product liability claim against certain manufacturers of Alucobond and Vitrabond PE core cladding products,” IMF Bentham said in a statement. “It is anticipated the investigation will lead to the New Zealand class action commencing by 31 December 2019.” Aluminium composite panels with a plastic core were blamed for London’s Grenfell Tower blaze that killed 72 people. An initial investigation of 300 buildings by Auckland Council has found 147 of them had the panels, with varying levels of fire risk, while the Christchurch City Council found 46 buildings with the panels. Buildings with the riskiest panels included parts of Auckland Hospital, Auckland University, commerci...

Electric motor company YASA enters innovation agreement with global automotive manufacturer for hybrids and EVs

YASA, a leading manufacturer of axial-flux electric motors and controllers, signed a long-term joint innovation agreement with a global automotive OEM. The partnership will focus on developing custom electric motor and controller solutions for the OEM’s high-performance hybrid and pure electric vehicles. YASA’s innovative axial-flux electric motor and controller designs offer best-in-class power and torque densities and are suited to both hybrid and pure electric vehicle applications. The Yokeless And Segmented Armature (YASA) topology is a type of axial flux motor that has no stator yoke, a high fill factor and short end windings which all increase torque density and efficiency of the machine. The topology is based around a series of magnetically separated segments that form the stator of the machine. The novel design is enabled by using powdered iron materials that enable complex magnetic parts to be manufactured easily. (Earlier post.) Compared to the complex, multiple slot windings of conventional motors, YASA motor’s segmented armature lends itself to low cost, serial production. YASA’s axial flux approach uses less materials such as copper, iron and permanent magnet than c...

Discount deals site Groupon is launching a massive sale with offers across all of its health

Discount deals site Groupon is launching a massive sale with offers across all of its health and beauty services in Australia. Those looking to freshen up ahead of the warmer weather will be thrilled at the prospect of nabbing some brilliant bargains including an oxygenated facial for $39 – a savings of $120. Other packages available to Australian beauty buffs include vouchers for teeth whitening for $65, or a luxury massage, priced from $39. Australian discount deals site Groupon is launching a massive beauty sale with discounts across all services including eyebrow shaping, priced at $12 (stock image) If your self-care routine has taken a nose-dive over the past few months, Groupon’s sale will help you reset in no time. One discount that’s of particular interest is from Blink Beauty Bar in Sydney, a salon offering fabulous deals on brow shaping. Those wanting to whip their brows into shape will be thrilled with a brow shape, tint and upper lip threading package available for the affordable price of $12. A $39 oxygenated facial, which includes a peel,  by Sydney salon Skinn Beauty Bar is easily one of the best skincare deals. This stellar offering, normally pr...

Some CardioComm Solutions (CVE:EKG) Shareholders Are Down 43%

As an investor its worth striving to ensure your overall portfolio beats the market average. But in any portfolio, there are likely to be some stocks that fall short of that benchmark. We regret to report that long term CardioComm Solutions, Inc. (CVE:EKG) shareholders have had that experience, with the share price dropping 43% in three years, versus a market return of about 16%. The silver lining is that the stock is up 14% in about a week. We don’t think CardioComm Solutions’s revenue of CA$952,028 is enough to establish significant demand. This state of affairs suggests that venture capitalists won’t provide funds on attractive terms. So it seems that the investors focused more on what could be, than paying attention to the current revenues (or lack thereof). It seems likely some shareholders believe that CardioComm Solutions will significantly advance the business plan before too long. As a general rule, if a company doesn’t have much revenue, and it loses money, then it is a high risk investment. There is usually a significant chance that they will need more money for business development, putting them at the mercy of capital markets. So the share pr...

An award-winning team of journalists, designers, and videographers who tell brand stories through Fast Company’s distinctive

An award-winning team of journalists, designers, and videographers who tell brand stories through Fast Company’s distinctive lens As the mother of a 4-year-old girl—as well as a card-carrying feminist with a PhD in women’s studies—I find myself struggling with exactly what it means to raise a daughter in 2020. When Ella was born, my husband and I wanted to make her feel free from the entrenched gender stereotypes about what men and women can do in life: We want her to pursue any career she chooses, marry whomever she wants (or not marry at all), and confidently take on any challenge that come her way. We tried to fill her life with gender-neutral products: We outfitted her room with gray furniture, dressed her in unisex clothes from brands like Primary, and bought toys plucked from both the boys and girls aisles, including train sets, tea sets, and plenty of blocks. Despite these efforts, Ella is perhaps the girliest 4-year-old you will ever meet. My husband and I often stare at her, perplexed, wondering what went wrong. The child refuses to go out without her tiara and sparkly magic wand. She won’t wear pants, or any color besides pink and purple. We want to support Ella’...

Every NBA Team’s Biggest Regret of 2019 | Bleacher Report

You can lay out any number of New Year’s resolutions and identify ways in which you’ll finally start living your best life. Left unsaid in this tradition, of course, is the admission that the last year wasn’t everything it could have been. There are reasons we’re all resolving to change for the better, right? NBA teams are no different. They all have hopes and dreams for the upcoming calendar change and different pathways to reach those places. They also have a year’s worth of regrets, and before we can spring forward into the clean slate of 2020, we must remember where things went wrong in 2019. For more NBA news analysis and conversations with the league’s most prominent figures, download and subscribe to the Full 48 podcast. Buoyed by Trae Young’s second-half surge, John Collins’ steep ascension, Kevin Huerter’s smooth NBA transition and De’Andre Hunter’s polished skill set, the Atlanta Hawks had reason to expect—or at least hope—they would compete for a playoff berth. Instead, they’re saddled with an anemic .182 winning percentage that’s the Association’s worst and their second-lowest in fra...

Racing Against the Harvest, Custom Wheat Cutters Struggle to Stay Relevant

For nearly 100 years, itinerant workers known as “wheaties” have followed the Great Plains wheat trail, cutting ripening grain from south to north. Climate change, global markets, and the depopulation of rural America are now casting doubt on the future of their way of life. Myron Eberts stood on the platform of his red Case IH combine with a matching red t-shirt—the only color shirt he ever wears— blue jeans, scruffy gray beard, and his baseball hat adorned with the logo for his company: Eberts Harvesting. With his phone’s remote headset around his neck, he stared down toward the ground on the edge of the 300 acre field, mired in thought. For the second morning in a row, the wheat on the outskirts of Martin, South Dakota was too wet to cut. Cole, a 17-year-old from eastern Montana Eberts had hired for the summer, sat in the wheel well of the combine staring at his phone as Eberts ran dozens of different scenarios through his head for what must have felt like the hundredth time. It was late July, and Eberts’s six-person crew was growing anxious. They had been in Western South Dakota for a couple weeks. A recent stretch of rain had delayed their progress, and the wheat at their n...

Rural crime police reveal latest finding on starling deaths in series of Tweets

Initial findings into the birds’ unusual deaths were revealed in a series of Tweets by rural crime police on Wednesday morning. It’s thought likely that during “murmuration” – or swooping in a large group – the birds may have taken avoidant action whilst airborne. Some of them are thought to have struck the ground as they pulled back up. Dafydd Edwards and his partner Hannah Stevens made the grim discovery near Llyn Llywenan in Bodedern. North Wales Police’s Rural Crime Team received an initial post mortem examination, but had been awaiting a toxicology report. The Animal and Plant Health Agency had collected the birds for testing to establish whether or not they had been poisoned. The incident prompted worldwide speculation. Now Rob Taylor, of the North Wales Rural Crime Team, thanked callers and email writers from around the globe for their suggestions in a series of Tweets. “A lot of you have been asking about an update on the Anglesey starling death case from December last year. “Unfortunately toxicology results aren’t that quick to receive but I have the initial post mortem results from Animal Plant & Health Agency…. Part 2: “I am happy to release the...

China Ultra-small NFC Tags, diameter 16 mm with MIFARE Classic® 1K chip 13.56 Mhz OEM on Global Sources

We use cookies to give you the best possible experience on our website. For more details including how to change your cookie settings, please read our Cookie Policy. Path: All Categories >> Smart Living Electronics >> Access Control Products >> Access Control Readers & Input Devices >> NFC tags – Update me on new products View latest products We’ve sent a confirmation e-mail to XXX@gmail.com. Click on the link in the e-mail to activate and start receiving free alerts when new products are posted! Any third-party trademarks or images shown here are for reference purposes only. We are not authorized to sell any items bearing such trademarks. Note: Not all certifying agents offer online lookup, and some have a lag time for posting new certificates. If you are unable to find a certificate online, contact the certification agency or supplier for further verification. Address: 25th Anxing Road, Sanjiaolong industrial, Anliang village Hengang Town, Shenzhen, Guangdong, China  (518000) This Verified Supplier’s Business Registration profile has been independently verified with relevant government agencies Learn more Language Option: Españolbeta | P...

Google Launches New Clothing Search Format to Better Facilitate eCommerce Queries

Google continues to make inroads into better facilitating eCommerce queries, this time via a new search results format which is specifically designed to display clothing-related queries. “Starting today, you’ll begin to see clothes, shoes and accessories from across the web in one place on Search on your mobile device, so you can easily browse lots of different stores and brands at once.” As you can see in the above example, the new process will aim to better facilitate eCommerce queries by collecting popular products from various providers and displaying them side-by-side in a collection. That’ll make it easier for searchers to compare each. “Users can filter by style, department and size type, or look at multiple images of a product. And if you want to learn more or you’re ready to buy, you can easily visit a store’s website.” The display format is somewhat similar to Pinterest’s ‘Shop the Look’ process, which provides listings of similar items for users to browse beneath any given Pin. Google’s option is based on text queries, not visuals, but the process is essentially the same, providing a simple way to compare online l...

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