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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

This week, Vice took a look at the legal status of CBD products, with both a DEA spokesperson and a hemp industry attorney weighing in. Their verdict? It’s a gray area, but the DEA seems unlikely to enforce its own rules about CBD. Brandon Beatty, CEO of Bluebird Botanicals, broke

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Buy CBDCBD Companies

In the rapidly growing CBD industry, a company that does one thing and does it well can be a much more attractive option than one that bombards you with choices. Just ask NuLeaf Naturals.

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CBD News

Last week, California’s Department of Public Health released a statement essentially banning industrial hemp-derived CBD from being added to foods or sold as a supplement. But Rod Kight, a North Carolina-based attorney specializing in the cannabis industry, says that the CDPH has misinterpreted existing laws. Also in California, the LA

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About CBDFrequently Asked Questions

There is a lot of hype around CBD these days, and if you take it all at face value, you could easily become convinced that CBD can cure everything that ails you. But what does the latest research really say about CBD oil’s effects on the body?

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Best CBDCBD ReviewsSublingual CBD Oils

Are you looking for CBD hemp oil drops that taste like fresh oranges? How about french toast with maple syrup, or a hoppy beer? When we started testing products for our 2018 best CBD oil ranking, we were surprised at the range of flavors, textures, and aromas. We all know

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CBD News

This week, it’s legal to grow industrial hemp in the state of Virginia, allowing anyone to apply to participate in the state’s industrial hemp research program. In Arkansas, voters approved medical cannabis back in 2016, but it’s been tied up in legal red tape—until now. This week, state officials said

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About CBDCBD and You

Twelve percent of the US population suffers from an illness with symptoms that can include pulsing pain, blurred vision, and nausea. Migraines aren’t just debilitating, they’re surprisingly common, and most people who experience them never seek medical help.

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CBD News

On Monday, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved its first cannabis-derived drug.

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CBD News

Congratulations, Canada! On Tuesday, Canada’s federal government passed Bill C-24, legalizing recreational cannabis sales. The vote ended our our northern neighbor’s 95 years of cannabis prohibition.

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About CBDCBD Facts

CBD interacts with endocannabinoid receptors that are found throughout the entire body, and that allows it to have wide-ranging effects on the human body.

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