Our Background Story

In April of 2016 we opened our first CBD shop; Studio D’Arte in in an effort to serve our out of state and local customers with the best CBD products available. over the course of time, We observed many of our out of state customers had altitude sickness, therefore, we added the oxygen bar and became Trinidad’s Higher CBD and Oxygen BarIn August of 2018, we moved our CBD shop location, from Commercial St., to 500 W. Main Street. Our mission is to provide the Highest Quality of all products for all of our customers.

Our Philosophy

Our philosophy is to passionately pursue the ultimate experience by providing the best products, customer service, and retail environment for our recreational customers.

About CBD, CBG, CBN, and Hemp


Can Relieve Pain

Could Reduce Anxiety

Could Reduce Depression

Can Alleviate Cancer-Related Symptoms

May Reduce Acne

May Reduce Inflammation

Might Have Neuroprotective Properties

Could Benefit Heart Health

What is CBD?

CBD comes from two varieties of cannabis: hemp and marijuana. The cannabis plant makes between 100 and 140 different chemicals called cannabinoids.

The most abundant chemical, and best known, is tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which causes a psychoactive intoxication, or “high.” Decades of research have found THC can help treat various ailments, such as chronic pain, anxiety, depression, nausea and vomiting, and insomnia. Modern marijuana flowers may contain about 10% to 35% THC, while hemp contains only about 0.3%.

The second most abundant chemical in cannabis is CBD, which doesn’t cause a high like THC. Your body naturally produces cannabinoids that are involved with many bodily functions, such as appetite, pain sensation, mood, and sleep. The thinking behind CBD is that it may interact with these existing cannabinoids and increase their effect.

What is CBG?

Cannabigerol (CBG) is a non-intoxicating cannabinoid found in cannabis. CBG has many potential therapeutic benefits, including antibacterial, antimicrobial, and anti-inflammatory qualities. 

CBG interacts with the body’s endocannabinoid system by interacting with both CB1 and CB2 receptors and stimulating a response. These receptors regulate physiological processes such as mood, pain response, and appetite. Recent preclinical research has indicated that CBG has a stronger affinity for the CB2 receptor. CBG seems to interact with the endocannabinoid system in a number of possibly therapeutic ways.

CBG shares some similarities with CBD: it seems to be anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial. However, CBG also boasts its own unique set of properties, offering potential therapeutic benefits such as treatment for inflammatory bowel disease and glaucoma in animal tests.


What is CBN?

The cannabis flower is a sensitive herb; proper drying, curing, and storing play a huge role in the quality of the final buds. If improperly dried, cured, or stored, the chemical composition of the flower will change over time.

When THC is exposed to air, wind, or light over a period of time, those precious and potent cannabinoids slowly begin to change into CBN.

CBN (cannabinol) is quite a mysterious cannabinoid, much like all cannabis cannabinoids that haven’t been researched adequately in the United States due to federal prohibition. But thanks to international cannabis researchers as well as some pioneering U.S. scientists, we are beginning to see that CBN is a fascinating compound with extraordinary medicinal qualities similar to CBD.



Questions or Special Requests for Products

We strive to make your journey with Hemp and CBD as easy as possible. All of our patients are important and we value your needs. Please use the form below to ask specific questions or to request products we don’t have in our online shop. Thank you for trusting us with your health and wellness.

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