The President of the United States has signed the Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018 into law. This Farm Bill includes several significant changes, among which were several that addressed the way federal agencies regulate hemp production. The bill also removes hemp-derived CBD from the Controlled Substances Act in those states that
Written by the team at CBD Education Online In the United States, millions of people suffer from insomnia, insufficient sleep, and other sleep disorders. CBD, which is commonly derived from hemp, is sometimes misjudged as having sedative effects. When taken in modest doses, however, its effects are mild and mostly unnoticeable.
More and more states in the U.S. are legalizing marijuana, while in Europe, Luxembourg decided to take a step towards legalization of the recreational use of cannabis. But along with the public’s increased interest in THC and its effects, people are also interested in CBD. Does it have the mind-altering
As those in the industry are fully aware, October is harvesting month for hemp. Once the crop leaves the fields, it will go through several stages of processing before it becomes a CBD supplement. These supplements come in various shapes and sizes, such as oils, sprays, tinctures, etc. But regardless
A sweeping agriculture bill passed by Congress on Wednesday gives the legislative nod needed to make CBD (cannabidiol), one of hemp’s byproducts, legal at the federal level. That’s good news for consumers who use or want to try various products infused with CBD, which is nonpsychoactive. And it could soon mean more products
When talking about the plight of the teenage years, commonly known as acne, time is usually the best treatment. But there are plenty of cases where acne can still linger on, long after people leave high school. When this happens, acne sufferers often turn to some of the most potent