Find Panacea's kiosk on the southwest side of the center of Concourse C and at their second location on the northeast side of the center of Concourse B.
Exactus, Inc. (OTCQB:EXDI) (the "Company"), acquired Panacea Life Sciences, Inc. on June 30, 2021. Panacea, which was founded by Leslie Buttorff in 2017 as a woman-owned business, has attracted $20 million in initial investments. In 2019, these were followed up with a $14 million investment from 22 nd Century Group, Inc. (XXII), a leading plant biotechnology company focused on technology to decrease nicotine in tobacco plants and uses its expertise for genetic engineering of hemp plants to modify cannabinoid levels used in manufacturing CBD, CBG and CBN.
Panacea carries over 18 CBD products for topical use, including pain relief patches, heating and cooling balm sticks, lotions, lip balm and more. While some may be hesitant to purchase CBD while traveling, it's important to know that hemp-derived CBD products are legal in all 50 United States, as long as the products contain less than 0.3% THC – a rule which Panacea follows stringently. Additionally, the kiosks will sell personal protection equipment like masks and hand sanitizer for these on-the-go consumers.
GOLDEN, CO / ACCESSWIRE / October 29, 2021 / Exactus, Inc. (OTCQB:EXDI), soon to be Panacea Life Sciences, Inc. (OTCQB:PLSH)(Panacea) a cGMP certified, vertically integrated premium CBD company located in Golden, Colorado, plans to capitalize on Denver International Airport's (DEN) resurgence of air travelers. During the first half of 2021, nearly 25 million passengers traveled through the airport. This offers Panacea many opportunities for travelers to see, try, and buy CBD products at their two kiosk locations in DEN's B and C concourses.
(In this bonkers and somewhat upsetting 2012 study, scientists observed the behavior of mice, some of which were pre-treated with CBD, after a wild boa constrictor was introduced to an “arena” with them. Spoiler alert: “In no case did a snake eat an experimental mouse.” But the CBD-treated mice did exhibit fewer “panic-like” responses, such as freezing, urinating, or attempting an “explosive escape,” when faced with the snake. Researchers concluded the CBD-treated mice were experiencing less fear than those who got the placebo, despite this truly terrifying scenario. So there’s that.)
But as Cooper notes, “to understand cannabidiol’s effect on anxiety, you want to test it in a population that has anxiety, and look at what happens when they’re using cannabidiol every day for a couple of weeks.” In this study, each subject only got a single dose.
Could CBD help relieve my anxiety and stress?
More than half of the CBD-users surveyed—some 55%—said they use it to relax. Half reported using it to reduce stress and anxiety, and the proportions of people who use CBD to improve their sleep and relieve pain (including muscle, chronic, and joint pain) were not far behind. Also on the list were relief from migraines, menstrual symptoms, nausea, and sexual enhancement.
Could CBD help me sleep?
It could if it’s mixed with THC. A small human study showed that nabiximols (brand name Sativex) an oral spray which contains an approximately 1:1 ratio of THC:CBD and is prescribed outside the US for muscle spasticity caused by multiple sclerosis, also helped to reduce chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting.