The United States’ cannabis legalization news & laws are confusing, to say the least. So, we’re breaking down the MORE act progress for you today along with what it means and why it’s important. Currently, hemp products (including hemp-derived CBD) are legal federally. Marijuana legislation varies wildly throughout the country with recreational and medical legalization
Extreme weather events have been a large part of the daily news cycle throughout 2020 — which is saying a lot considering what has happened this year. The recent extreme weather events have had an impact on our agriculture, including domestic industrial hemp cultivation, and more. The visceral impact of climate change and global warming
The cannabis industry in the United States is skyrocketing, with the legal industry estimated to grow to $22 billion in the next two years alone. As a result, cannabis cultivation methods are constantly evolving in order for cannabis growers to produce high-quality, effective, and safe products. One such method involves cannabis foliar spray. Foliar spray
There’s a constant flood of information regarding CBD uses and products coming from different websites, news outlets, and medical publications. It’s easy to become confused! In this article, we’re going to be discussing the differences between CBD, CBD oil, and the commonly misunderstood CBD tincture.
Is a CBD drug test something you should worry about? Short answer: No, but it’s a bit more complicated than that. Let’s look at the details!
With the growing popularity of the recreational & medical marijuana industry alongside the immense growth of CBD products, the different and specific terms can be confusing. We’re going to break down the differences between two of the major plants used in the industry: hemp vs marijuana.