CBD Hacker Releases Interactive Map Showing US CBD and Hemp Laws By…

CBD Hacker Releases Interactive Map Showing US CBD and Hemp Laws By State

Does your state have laws that regulate CBD? The 2018 Farm Bill may include language that will explicitly remove industrial hemp and CBD from the Controlled Substances list, but what about states that have CBD-related laws on the books?

Congress plans to pass the 2018 Farm Bill after the November midterms. And if it includes the expected language concerning hemp, it will explicitly remove industrial hemp and extracts like CBD from the federal Controlled Substances list. But until then, what does your state say about CBD?

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CBD Hacker, the definitive guide to the CBD industry, has released an interactive map detailing each state’s hemp and CBD laws.

Congress is planning to pass the 2018 Farm Bill after the November midterms. And if it includes the expected language concerning hemp, it will explicitly remove industrial hemp from the federal Controlled Substances list, along with hemp-derived cannabinoid extracts like CBD.

For consumers and manufacturers, that could lead to greater access. And many states already have CBD laws on the books.

“There’s a lot of publicly available information about medical marijuana laws, but it’s more challenging to figure out each state’s position on hemp-derived CBD,” said CBD Hacker’s managing editor Meg Kramer. “We were surprised at some of the restrictive laws that some states have passed in the last few years.”

About CBD Hacker (https://www.cbdhacker.com):
CBD Hacker’s mission is to introduce transparency into an unregulated and confusing industry. With cannabidiol’s growing popularity, the CBD industry is experiencing rapid growth—but it has little to no oversight. CBD Hacker uses evidence-based reporting, third-party lab testing and blind product-testing methodology to dispel misinformation and help consumers to know what they are buying.

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I Use CBD Every Single Day, Here’s Why

If you don’t know what CBD is — here’s a little rundown:

CBD (which is abbreviated from Cannabidiol, btw) is one of 100+ naturally occurring compounds in the hemp plant. THC — a compound found in hemp that gets you high, which is what most people think of when they think of cannabis — is another one. Unlike medical marijuana products (which are derived from plants with high concentrations of THC), CBD oil is made from high-CBD, low-THC hemp. In other words, CBD oils can provide medical benefits without making you stoned out of your gourd. Oh, and here’s even more information about CBD if you’re still curious.

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‘It’s been so rewarding:’ CBD-only dispensary in West Allis nets $8K+ in about a week

WEST ALLIS — The owners of one of the first CBD-only dispensaries to open in Milwaukee County said sales are already through the roof. In May, Attorney General Brad Schimel OK’d the production of the oil, which comes from hemp plants.

CBD can be extracted from both hemp and marijuana plants, but when taken from hemp, it doesn’t produce a “high.” Instead, hemp-derived CBD can be used to treat medical ailments.

Matthew Wetzel

“It’s been so rewarding,” said Matthew Wetzel, owner of Laughing Grass Hemp.

Wetzel said sales have already exceeded $8,000, after the shop opened on Sept. 19.

“We have our CBD rolled joints. We have our CBD hemp flower,” said Wetzel.

CBD, an active chemical found in hemp, can be used to treat everything from anxiety to chronic pain. Wetzel says it saved his son’s life.

“My son was diagnosed with a deadly form of epilepsy, and he was pretty much sent home to die. We just couldn’t accept that, so we went out to Colorado. We worked with different growers and farmers and scientists,” said Wetzel.

Wetzel came back to Wisconsin with new knowledge, and began advocating for the legalization of hemp-derived CBD production and distribution. At the end of 2017, farmers were given the green light to grow industrial hemp, but AG Schimel put limits on who could possess it. Wetzel and others in the industry objected, and in May, the DOJ reversed its previous statement, allowing people who are able to obtain a license to sell CBD.

“It’s such a relief,” said Angel Rivera.

Rivera suffers from fibromyalgia, a condition that causes muscle spasms.

“It’s done things that Western medicine and the opiates that seemed to have been the only thing that doctors were able to offer me, couldn’t touch,” said Rivera.

Rivera said he used to barely be able to walk, and now, his pain is completely manageable. He said he hopes others in need will try CBD for themselves.

“I see it as, going to be a fundamental change in our country once this becomes more mainstream,” said Rivera.

Wetzel said Laughing Grass Hemp also offers a relaxation consultation to help customers determine which product would be most beneficial to them based on their specific health concerns.

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