We have 250mg or 500mg FULL SPECTRUM CDB (THC FREE) Drops (Flavored in Strawberry, Orange, Lemon or Mint) –
Your personal benefits are also your lifestyle benefits offered by this Subsidiary of a publicly traded US company (MCOA).
All CDB Products are Made in the USA from Seed to Delivery to your Front Door by Priority Tracked Mail.
Prices range from $45 for 250mg products to $83 for Pain and Brain *patented Capsules.
Don’t forget about our new “Body” product for $60. SMARTship Orders SAVE 10% OFF!
The following information is on the last 50 years of Hemp History. For those who need reassurance that CDB is Legal, however, not all CBD is extracted by the same methods.
When US Farmers heard that President Trump had legalized the cultivation of hemp across the US just before Christmas, one Colorado farmer immediately thought: “Oh boy, here we go! Things are going to move very fast.”
That Colorado farmer tends to about 15 acres (six hectares) of hemp, the species of the cannabis plant that doesn’t have any psychotropic effect – it cannot be used to make a person “high”.
Hemp, or cannabis sativa, to give it its Latin name, is the straitlaced cousin of cannabis indica, which is better known as marijuana.
Hemp – It’s Last 50 Years United States Story in Brief !
1 – Unfortunately for hemp, being a near-relative and lookalike of marijuana has meant that it has always been tarnished by association.
2 – So while hemp is a very useful crop that can be turned into everything from clothes to shoes, paper, animal feed and building insulation, the cultivation of it was banned in many countries during the 20th Century.
3 – In the US it was outlawed in 1970 by President Richard Nixon, and that remained the case until December last year, when the Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018 was passed into law.
4 – Hemp farmers now expect US production to skyrocket, and industry estimates back that up.
5 – New Frontier Data expects US sales of hemp products to reach $2.6 Billion by 2022. At the same time it predicts Global hemp industry sales to jump to $5.7 Billion by 2020, from $3.7 Billion in 2018.
6 – The chemical compound in marijuana that makes a user high is called tetrahydrocannabinol or THC. Hemp contains a trace amount of THC, but not enough to make a person high
7 – While hemp can now be grown legally across the US without a licence, marijuana can be cultivated only in about half the states, often only under licence and solely for medical use
8 – Hemp farming has a long history in the US, with first President George Washington growing the crop
10 – You need to become involved, NOW.
“Soaring demand worldwide for a key chemical compound called cannabidiol or CBD, which is found in the flowers of the hemp plant, is behind the growth.”
“CBD – which is also present in marijuana, but does not make the user high – helps to treat epilepsy. As such it is used to make epidiolex, an anti-epilepsy drug that is now prescribed in both the US, and by the National Health Service in the UK.”
“Once more consumers get educated about CBD, that’ll drive more demand,” says Elliot Brown, another Colorado hemp farmer.
Mike Lewis, a hemp farmer in Kentucky, agrees that CBD production is now going to lead the hemp industry as opposed to the crop’s industrial uses.
“Everyone in the hemp industry is turning to CBD because that’s where the money is,” he says.
Whether CBD and products containing it actually do have widespread health benefits, or could in fact harm you over the longer term, is still being debated in the medical community, as the Guardian newspaper reported last year.
In the meantime the boom in demand for hemp is good news for the US environment because the fast-growing and hardy plant needs very little water, and therefore requires far less irrigation than corn, wheat or soybeans in dry areas.
“At some point we’ll see American hemp production eclipse China,” says Bob Hoban, a commercial lawyer who represents growers of both types of cannabis across the US.”We’re already seeing a massive investment in production infrastructure, and that takes time. We’ll eventually reach the point where hemp will not just appeal to the cannabis industry and their consumers.”
However, Erica Stark, executive director of the National Hemp Association, cautions that the industry needs to walk before it can run.
Last year just 78,176 acres of land in the US was planted with hemp, compared with 47 million acres dedicated to wheat, and 90 million acres to both soybeans and corn. “The danger we’re facing now is over-enthusiasm,” says Ms Stark. “We just don’t have the infrastructure to go into full commercial production. Yet.”
Farmers in Florida are now planting their first crops in Broward- Dade counties in south Florida and have high expectations for the state’s economic growth. We at HempSMART, are excited for the opportunity to deliver to you in the United States, a Premium CBD (THC Free) product line that is 100% Legal with a 30 Day happiness guaranteed satisfaction. Click on this statement to be linked to our website and order our products or Join Us to become involved in a great opportunity. Thank you so much for your time and consideration.