It would be difficult to fail to notice the surge in meaningful media attention to the health and wellness benefits of CBD.
Even the most entrenched opponents of cannabis legalization have relented, under the weight of emerging research. Of course, history and testimony to the medicinal use of cannabis is far and deep, reaching into antiquity.
While marijuana – including CBD (cannabidiol) oil products made from marijuana – must comply with seed-to-sale state laws that make these products illegal to transport across state lines, hemp – whether hemp oil, hemp nuts or hemp supplement oils that are highly concentrated with CBD- is perfectly legal for use throughout the United States, as long as the hemp is imported from an international source. (Hemp oil grown in the United States is subject to the same seed-to-sale state laws that apply to marijuana.) Continue reading