This week, the US Hemp Roundtable launched an online State Action Center. This interactive tool will make it easier for hemp and CBD advocates to keep up to date on hemp-related issues, and helps visitors to contact their state legislators directly. Thanks to a newly announced deal between Simon Property
In several states across the country, authorities are targeting CBD-infused food and beverages. That’s because the FDA has not approved CBD as a food additive, putting CBD edibles on shaky legal ground. For example, in Maine the Department of Health and Human Services has ordered stores to stop carrying edible
If you want a fast-acting, effective method of consuming CBD, vaping might be the right choice for you. But it can be hard to compare all of the different products on the market, especially if you’re new to vaping.
In last week’s roundup, we noted that the World Health Organization’s Expert Committee on Drug Dependence had not yet presented their recommendations for the international scheduling of cannabis. The committee had been scheduled to release the report in December 2018. This week, the wait is finally over. The committee shared
The World Health Organization’s Expert Committee on Drug Dependence has stated that CBD should not be internationally scheduled as a controlled substance. And cannabis advocates had expected that the committee would release the results of a two-year study on cannabis before the end of 2018. But the committee still has
Are you looking for a CBD company that offers products that are tailored to your specific needs? With their huge selection of quality CBD products, PlusCBD Oil could be the right choice for you. That’s because PlusCBD Oil offers multiple lines of CBD products. Their Raw Formula, Total Plant Complex,
With the passage of the new Farm Bill, it’s shaping up to be a big year for hemp-derived CBD. And with the increasingly crowded market, it’s getting more challenging for CBD brands to stand out from the competition. Meanwhile, established manufacturers like Green Roads are setting a strong example for
Last week, the New York Times caused an uproar among cannabis advocates by publishing an op-ed which asserted a causal relationship between cannabis, psychosis, and violent crime. So, has cannabis really caused an increase in violent crime in states where it’s legal? An analysis from Intelligencer characterizes the editorial as