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DEA Admits Natural Cannabinoids Aren’t Scheduled

On June 2, 2017, DEA filed a Response to the HIA suit. Everything I’ve been saying about the case (just an administrative adjustment, no re-Scheduling, only for Licensees) was confirmed by DEA’s Response. The Response favorably acknowledges certain significant legal tenets, including that (1) the Rule does not place any …

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Indiana Hemp Bills: HB-1137, HB-124, SB-52, SB 370 & SB-371

Again we are seeing a similar pattern with the Pending hemp bills in Indiana: More Restriction on a plant that is already legal. “It is well enough that people of the nation do not understand our Cannabis laws, for if they did, I believe there would be a revolution before tomorrow morning.” – (adapted from Henry Ford) …

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Sick & Tired of Immoral Actions!

WSDA drawing up fines for hemp violations This is what the WSDA is asking from the our state legislature. This would virtually end any chance of hemp industry in Washington State. Original Article • Up to $15,000 for growing hemp without a license. • Up to $15,000 for growing hemp …

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Helpful Information on the Legal Status of CBD

I’ve competed with small cap public companies for almost 4 decades. I love it, as they give you lots of competitive intelligence you can put to good use, every quarter. Elixinol is about to go public and released its Prospectus for investors. TLDR, but found a few gems. The following is the …

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South Dakota Hemp 2018: Beware Bills HB-1204 & SB-205

South Dakota farmers want hemp, but the legislators want to give it control to the big corporations. Hemp legislation like this is damaging to the American farmer. Making hemp “Designated an oil-seed” crop in the legislative language is an attempt to control the plant. When legislation defines what a plant can …

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The “New” (and evil) Farm Bill HB-3530

Please read this bill and notice that there is a restrictive definition of hemp. Real hemp supporters do not want this. There is no need for a ‘research hemp’ definition. Beware those that are lobbying for the bill, it is against the American farmer!! https://www.congress.gov/bill/115th-congress/house-bill/3530/text

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From AP to Hemp

We have just learned that a wonderful writer will be reporting on all things hemp The Colorado Independent. Great to see you will share your voice to the expanding opportunities of Hemp.  

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Hemp Flower Products should be considered an ingredient existing before the passage of DSHEA

Comments of Richard Rose to FDA’s Request for Comments on the “Development of a List of Pre-Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act Dietary Ingredients,” and the reasons Hemp Flower Products should be considered an ingredient existing before the passage of DSHEA. PDF AVAILABLE HERE “Development of a List of Pre-Dietary …

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The Cannabrians are here!

(Canna-bri-ans, not canna-brians) What makes your town, your community, stand on its own? Can you identify with a place, a skill, or like minded people, and if not, can a community rebuild its identity, or invent a new one? What about the people from Hemp Town? In a town in …

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Hemp Oakum

“Oakum is a preparation of tarred fiber used in shipbuilding for caulking or packing the joints of timbers in wooden vessels and the deck planking of iron and steel ships, as well as cast iron pipe plumbing applications. It was forced between the seams using a hammer and a caulking iron, then sealed into place with hot pitch.” Oakum …

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Hip hemp products for dogs

Hemp Seeds

Hemp is a durable, eco-friendly fiber that has woven its way into a range of natural and sustainable products for dogs. One of the most versatile materials on the planet, hemp is valued for its hypoallergenic and earth-friendly qualities. Hemp is made from the fibers of the cannabis sativa plant. …

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Colorado Law Affirms Farmers Can Use Water Rights to Cultivate Hemp

Colorado hemp

Late last month, Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper signed a bill into law affirming hemp farmers have a right to use their water rights for hemp cultivation, even if the water is held in federal reservoirs. Sen. Don Coram (R-Montrose) introduced Senate Bill 117 (SB117) in February. The legislation confirms that …

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San Diego Celebrates Hemp History Week

hemp products - Photo by A.J. Herrington

Many of the uses and benefits of hemp were on display at the International Cannabis University (ICU) in San Diego, California for a celebration of Hemp History Week. The event on June 4 also took advantage of the date (6/4) to celebrate recreational cannabis use, legalized with the passage of …

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Why America’s fired up about hemp

hemp field

Hemp: It’s not just for health food smoothies and hippie clothing. The unintended victim of the United States’ prohibition on cannabis — it got swept up in the Marijuana Tax Act of 1937 and is now blacklisted by the DEA under the Controlled Substances Act — the plant is beginning …

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CBD Oil and Your Health

CBD Concentrate

With companies producing safe organic CBD products from organically grown industrial hemp we are seeing a shift in how confident the consumer can be about what they are consuming or using. The science of CBD is growing on a daily basis but quite a bit of knowledge is available on …

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Kentucky-State expects hemp program to grow

From the Bowling Green Daily News: Kentucky‘s industrial hemp research pilot program heads into its fourth growing season with expectations that it will continue to expand. Applications are being accepted through Nov. 14 by the state Department of Agriculture. But farmers should note that there are some new fees for …

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