Meg Kramer
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Meg Kramer

Meg Kramer is the Managing Editor of CBD Hacker. She's a writer and editor who has covered topics in science, health, and education.

When she's not writing about CBD, you can find her playing with her dogs or perfecting her bagel recipe.

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CBD News

Things are looking up for industrial hemp in the US! That’s because the joint House and Senate Farm Bill conference committee held their first meeting on Wednesday morning. Three conferees specifically mentioned hemp in their remarks: It’s past time that we build on the work that we began with the

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CBD News

The joint House and Senate Farm Bill conference committee held their first meeting on Wednesday morning. This is the beginning of an effort to resolve the differences between the two versions of the 2018 Farm Bill legislation passed by the House and Senate earlier this year.

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CBD News

Today is Opioid Misuse Awareness Day, and this week, CBD Hacker took a look at some of the ways that  CBD might play a role in fighting the epidemic. But while CBD could be a lifeline for people who are dealing with opioid dependence, this weeks news reminds us that it’s

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Imagine the scent of a freshly peeled orange. That is exactly what Populum’s CBD tincture tastes like. They really lead the pack on flavor, and we’ve tried a lot of CBD oils. But they stand out in other areas, too. One of the things we appreciate most in a CBD

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CBD News

Officials in Alabama announced this week that they will be cracking down on CBD sales in the state. While two Alabama laws—Carly’s Law and Leni’s Law—define specific conditions under which CBD use is legal in the state, these laws don’t offer protections for people who do not meet those conditions.

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CBD News

The DEA is planning on ramping up marijuana production for research purposes in 2019, Forbes reports. While the agency allowed the production of about 1,000 pounds of cannabis in 2018, that amount will increase to 5,400 pounds in 2019. Meanwhile, the DEA wants a reduction of opioid medicines—like oxycodone, hydrocodone,

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CBD News

This week in CBD news: A legal challenge to DEA guidance on CBD. The first modern hemp crop at Washington’s Mt. Vernon. And can CBD really help with sleep?

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When we talk to people who use CBD products, one concern that comes up over and over again is taste. After all, if you’ve tried a few different sublingual oils, you’ve likely encountered some pungent flavors. And when it comes to finding palatable CBD products, one of our favorite companies

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CBD News

This week, one woman’s experience is making people think twice about driving through Wyoming with CBD products. Anita Maddux was on her way to Montana to care for her ailing mother. She was pulled over in Wyoming for an expired license plate, and when she admitted that she could neither

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About CBDFrequently Asked Questions

If you are thinking about trying cannabidiol, or CBD, for the first time, there’s probably one big question on your mind: does CBD get you high?

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