Muscle spasm, a debilitating pain could affect anyone. It could be a sports injury or sometimes a symptom of neurological condition. Traditional medications are ineffective and come with dangerous side effects. People are eager to try medicinal cannabis therapies for relief from pain and stress. Learn more.
Narcolepsy is a chronic autoimmune disorder that causes excessive sleepiness. Research considers narcolepsy as underdiagnosed or misdiagnosed among affected individuals. Could cannabis be a natural remedy?
The incidence of Shingles affecting elderly population is increasing. Studies call for prompt intervention to address this growing number, failure of current traditional approaches to treat the condition as well as the mounting economic burden of the disease. The role of cbd as an adjunct therapy in shingles and postherpetic neuralgia needs more attention.
Introduction Pain is a global problem. And back pain is the most common health concern for men, women, and sometimes children too. Occupation, obesity, faulty lifestyle, stress, and many other causes could lead to back ache. This article aims to share some insight into the use of CBD for back pain. We are quite familiar […]
CBDA the compound present in hemp seed oil shows promising therapeutic potential. Although CBD and CBDA have similar biological properties, their therapeutic effects are diverse.
For example, CBDA’s efficacy in inhibiting breast cancer cell migration and in treating anticipatory nausea are encouraging. Read the entire article to know more about CBDA Vs CBD.
Today’s CBD laws are shaped by Senate Substitute, signed in July 2019. Prospective hemp farmers can grow their crop as long as it does not exceed a THC level of 0.3%. However, full-spectrum CBD oil is not legal. The law in Kansas states that CBD oil is legal, but only if it has 0% THC. […]
Hemp-derived CBD is currently legal in Washington D.C. CBD derived from cannabis is also legal, but can only be purchased from D.C. regulated dispensaries with a medical marijuana card. In Washington D.C. the content of THC is not allowed to be over 0.3% by weight. There are no established or enforced possession limits. However, the […]
CBD is legal in Washington, regardless of the source. CBD Hemp Oil was legalized in 2014 after the 2014 Farm Bill, a law that made hemp legal to cultivate, sell and use. In October 2019, Washington banned the sale of hemp-derived CBD in food and beverage products. CBD products which contains more than 0.3% THC […]
CBD derived from industrial hemp, which contains 0.3% THC or less is legal in Vermont. It is also legal to use hemp-derived CBD as an additive in food or beverages. Due to its low THC levels, adults can obtain CBD oil and products without a medical marijuana card or prescription. According to the Vermont hemp […]
In South Dakota, hemp-derived CBD is still illegal. South Dakota’s CBD laws are especially strict (even compared to Idaho or Indiana) but the state makes some exceptions for certain medical CBD products such as Epidiolex. Epidiolex is the only legal form of CBD in South Dakota. To be able to purchase it, it’s necessary to […]
The production and processing of industrial hemp was legalized for commercial purposes on January 1, 2017. In July 2019 Rhode Island authorized the sale of hemp-derived consumable CBD products containing 0.3% THC or less. It is prohibited to sell consumable CBD products to those under the age of 21. There are no CBD possession limits […]
In 2016 the production and farming from hemp-derived CBD was legalized, as long as the content of THC is or less than 0.3%. There are no limits on possession of hemp-derived CBD products in Pennsylvania and no need for a prescription or recommendation of a physician, unless the CBD contains marijuana. Is Cannabis legal in […]
CBD products derived from industrial hemp are legal in Ohio since 2019. Ohio’s bill set the standard for hemp versus marijuana at a 0.3% THC cutoff. In the state CBD is legal for use in food, dietary supplements, cosmetics, and personal care products, among other products. There are no possession limits for hemp-derived CBD, however […]
CBD products derived from industrial hemp are legal in North Dakota, as long as they contain 0.3% THC or less. If you want to be sure that the kind of CBD that you’re buying is the appropriate one, you must look at the third-party testing. Otherwise you can’t tell how much CBD the product contains. […]
All hemp-derived CBD products with less than 0.3% THC are permitted, as long as they are not prohibited by the Food and Drug Administration. How did CBD become legal? In North Carolina, CBD, which is produced from industrial hemp is legal to buy and possess, since 2014. The same year, House Bill 220 was signed […]
Hemp-derived CBD is legal in New York, and is widely available in retail stores as well as online. A recent regulation from October 2020 now states that CBD can even be added to food and beverages as long as none of them contains neither alcohol nor tobacco. In June 2019, a comprehensive regulatory framework surrounding […]
Hemp-derived CBD is legal in New Mexico, while marijuana-derived CBD is permitted for qualifying patients registered with the state’s medical marijuana program. How did CBD become legal? New Mexico has legalized the production of hemp and products derived from it, including cannabidiol (CBD). In 2017 the legal standard for hemp at 0.3% or less THC […]
In the state of New Jersey hemp-derived CBD products are legal. Even CBD derived from marijuana plants is legal for patients qualified in the state’s medical marijuana plan. How did CBD become legal? Hemp- derived CBD was legalized in New Jersey in August 2019. Many states moved to legalize hemp production after the 2018 Farm […]
Most forms of cannabis are legal in Nevada, including hemp-derived cannabidiol may be manufactured and sold if it complies with federal law that defines hemp and with state law governing licensing and production. In June 2019, it was approved, which requires the Nevada Department of Health and Human Services to develop and impose regulations on […]
In 2019 the Nebraska Hemp Farming Act was signed. Under both the Farm Bill and the Nebraska Hemp Farming Act, CBD oil derived from a cannabis or hemp plant which contains less than 0.3% THC is legal. However, you are only allowed to use THC or CBD- based medicine if you are a patient in […]