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CBD and Crohns

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CBD and gastrointestial issues

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CBD and Menopause

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Can CBD Oil relieve Arthritis Pain

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Can CBD help anxiety


CBD and depresion


How CBD works with treating anxiety


CBD and Substance Abuse


CBD and Diabetes


CBD and Blood Sugars

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7 Surpising Uses for CBD

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CBD and Anxiety

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Caveats Hemptor

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Shelby Report-­‐ Farm Bill Signed into law-­‐ Hemp farming legalized

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Rolling Stone-­‐ New Report Predicts CBD Market Will Hit $22 Billion by 2022

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Washington Post-­‐ Is the Hype about CBD or Cannibidiol Real?

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NPR-­‐ 10 things you need to know before you buy CBD Oil

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Whats the difference between Hemp and Pot? (Video)

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Web MD-­‐ Canadian Hemp-­‐ DANGER!

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6 Evidence-Based Health Benefits of Hemp Seeds

These terms are incorrect for most Hemp based CBD, which is the subject product in the above articles. On Dec. 20th 2018 (most articles were written before then), the Federal Farm Bill was signed into law which takes Hemp, and Hemp produced CBD, completely off the schedule drug list. Almost all Hemp CBD contains no THC, and only Hemp CBD products with THC more than .03% should be associated with these terms above, which puts them into a Schedule I drug classification requiring a prescription.  Our hope is that the public nows becomes educated that Hemp CBD products with less than .03% THC have NO psychoactive affects like Marijuana.