Probably the biggest headline in CBD news this week went to the TSA’s about-face on cannabis products being carried onto airplanes in the U.S.
A promising new study on CBD and opioid addiction was published this week, giving hope to those struggling to break the cycle of addiction.
A long-awaited disaster-aid bill is being held up, at least in part, by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, who wants to make sure that the bill includes protections for
The Canadian Health Food Association and the Canadian Hemp Trade Alliance are calling for Canadian regulators to treat CBD as a natural health product instead of as
Robert Faulkner, an Ohio man who was charged with a fifth-degree felony after being caught with half a bottle of CBD oil, will not face a jury
A recent report suggests that taking CBD oil on your next international flight may not be a great idea.
With 4/20 coming up, Carl’s Jr. is making history by becoming the first major fast-food chain to provide a CBD burger. Featuring a CBD-infused sauce, the “Rocky
This weekend, celebrate 4/20 by treating yourself to some of the best CBD wellness products around.
If you have tried everything — from sublingual drops to CBD-infused seltzer — and you haven’t found quite the right CBD product for you, don’t despair. Creative
The FDA made a few headlines this week with respect to CBD. First, the agency announced a public hearing which will take place on May 31, 2019.