The Signing Of The Agricultural Improvement Act Of 2018 Has Now Made Industrial Hemp Production Legal In The USA.
Agricultural Improvement Act
CBD or Hemp Oil is defined as:
Cannabis with less than .03 percent THC.
Hemp has been removed from the list of schedule 1 controlled substances.
This makes hemp an ordinary agricultural commodity, a first in the United States since the marijuana tax act of 1937. Hemp was once an industrial staple grown in the USA this distant cousin of federally illicit marijuana provided mankind with textile fiber for centuries before being made illegal in the early 1900s.
A domesticated species hemp was bred for linking strength of fibers and not to be confused with high THC marijuana bread for psychoactive potency. The plants are different.
Hemp now resumes it’s rightful place in American agriculture providing valuable textile fibers for traditional products like clothe, paper and rope.
New innovations proves hemp a excellent source of bio fuel, bio plastics and building products like hemp cremes and insulation.
One of the most impressive elements of hemp is Cannabidiol or CBD. This vital cannabinoid to human health is vast. Treating symptoms of epilepsy, inflammation, muscle pain, anxiety, and insomnia.
The list of CBD benefits continues to grow as does consumer demand for products that provides all natural health benefits.