What is Hemp/CBD? Is it Legal?

Yes, hemp/cbd is federally legal in the United States. On December 20th 2018, the president signed into law the AGRICULTURE AND NUTRITION ACT OF 2018, which is now known as the " 2018 Farm Bill". This bill made hemp, along with hemp derived products containing = < 0.3% THC, such as CBD, were officially made federally legal by removing it from the Controlled Substance Act. Keep in mind, this only applies to hemp that was cultivated in the USA. 

CBD (cannabidiol) is a naturally-occurring cannabinoid (molecule) found in both hemp & marijuana plants. While it may be widely accepted that consuming hemp extracts, such as CBD offers many benefits, like a boost in your immune system, enhanced mood with a sense of natural relaxation, reducing tension and inflammation, decreasing anxiety/irritability and promoting general wellness, however we do not make any benefit claims.

Will CBD get you high? CBD, unlike THC has zero psychoactive effects. This means, you can safely consume and or apply topical CBD products without the worry of any unwanted high.
Hemp vs. Marijuana: The main difference between hemp and marijuana, is the % of CBD vs. THC content. While hemp does contain low traces of THC, it is not enough to get you high. 
Hemp, is a non-psychoactive plant known as the Cannabis sativa L. Hemp contains high levels of CBD and very low levels of THC. 
Marijuana, on the other hand contains a high level to THC & low levels of CBD. Marijuana, offers a psychoactive "high" due to the extremely high levels of THC and low traces of CBD.


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