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Is Hemp Extracted CBD Legal in All 50 States?

The question “is CBD legal” goes back and forth a lot. We will do our best to keep you updated with the latest news and information on CBD and cannabis law. Please comment below if you have questions or concerns….

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Medical Marijuana’s Research Roadblock: The Federal Government

Promising new research into medical uses of cannabis has shown that marijuana may hold the key to treating Alzheimer’s disease. This is long overdue; research has been the biggest setback in medical marijuana developments and the government has been the…

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Legalization of Industrial Hemp in the U.S.

Legal CBD, Legality of HempCurrently marijuana and marijuana derivatives are considered Schedule 1 drugs. However, this does not apply to hemp derived products. Although the DEA doesn’t regulate hemp derived products, they do regulate hemp cultivation.

Background on the Hemp Food Controversy

After extensive meetings and discussions with most of the major hemp food companies, seeds_oilsit became clear that according to the official Health Canada testing protocol these hemp food companies’ products generally did not have any detectable THC and should therefore remain perfectly legal for resale and consumption.

State of Washington Will Conduct Cannabis Research in Violation of Federal Law

We all know by now that the hemp and cannabis is not the evil, hateful drug it was once made out to be. After decades of smear campaigns you still can’t hold back the truth that hemp and cannabis are here to help.

Is the Cannabis Industry Becoming More Mainstream?

The cannabis industry has been crossing lines.

Success is in Your Reach

Four states – Colorado, Oregon, Washington and Alaska – and the District of Columbia, have legalized recreational and medical use marijuana for adults. Twenty more allow medical marijuana. Advocates believe at least eleven more states may legalize it soon.

By the end of 2016, the legal cannabis market could approach $9 billion, and an estimated $35 billion by 2020. With this explosive growth, the image of a marijuana business owner has evolved.

Instead of mainly hippy growers in Northern California, another reality has emerged – businessmen in suits gathering at conferences, discussing business strategies to help them succeed.

What spurred this transformation?