What the 2018 Farm Bill Means for CBD

The 2018 Farm Bill was a landmark piece of legislation that removed hemp and hemp-derived products from Schedule I of the Controlled Substances Act. While this was a major step forward for the hemp industry, it does not legalize cannabidiol (CBD) in general. The Farm Bill was a major victory for hemp growers and processors, as it provided much-needed clarity on CBD oil. This allowed them to move their product in a market that had previously been limited by a lack of federal guidance.

The popularity of the D-8 has been a boon to the hemp industry, but it has caused some concern among traditional marijuana growers, manufacturers, retailers, and regulators. The Farm Bill was an important step forward for the hemp industry, but it did not legalize CBD in general. It is still important to be aware of the laws in your state when it comes to CBD products. While the Farm Bill has provided much-needed clarity on hemp-derived products, there is still much work to be done to ensure that all CBD products are safe and legal.

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