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NOOTROPICS: Hope or Hype?

NOOTROPICS: Hope or Hype?

The hot new trend in nutritional supplementation is NOOTROPICS, sometimes referred to as “smart pills” or “cognitive enhancers”. A nootropic is a substance capable of enhancing learning, memory, concentration, or other cognitive functions and of preventing or slowing cognitive decline. It is important to note that you do not need to have a medical issue to benefit from natural brain support. We all enjoy the feeling of functioning at the peak of our potential. The ability to think clearly, remember details easily, verbalize our thoughts articulately, sleep soundly, and handle stress with grace and ease, is priceless! These are all functions of a healthy brain in balance.

Whether you are a college student balancing a challenging academic schedule, a professional preparing for a big presentation, an executive competing for a big promotion, a mother juggling the management of a busy household, or a senior citizen desiring a quicker and sharper memory, NeuroSmart can give you the benefits you are searching for.

Synthetic prescriptions and over the counter drugs have been shown to be of limited benefit for enhancing brain function, while often causing troublesome side effects. However, a few high quality natural compounds have been shown, in clinical trials, to improve cognitive function. A handful of novel brain support supplements contain one or more of these valuable ingredients. Unfortunately, the actual amounts of legitimate nootropics contained in these products are usually miniscule. The extremely small quantities of scientifically validated ingredients are generally too insignificant to offer any real benefit. The list of ingredients might look good on the label, but they deliver no tangible results. In other words, all hype, no substance!

Scientific research is extensive and compelling. The brain is “hardwired” with specialized receptors for natural cannabinoids. Clinical studies indicate that neurogenesis (the production of NEW brain cells) is supported by premium hemp extracts and synergistic botanical compounds. This means there is the potential to enhance the building of new infra-structure in the brain.

NeuroSmart: A Game Changer with a Coveted U.S. Patent.

 

NeuroSmart exemplifies the practical application of cutting edge brain research. This unique ”first of its kind” product utilizes a synergistic blend of natural botanical compounds, in addition to Ayurvedic herbs, and premium broad spectrum hemp extract, all in scientifically researched amounts.

This innovative formula promotes optimal brain function in several fundamental ways:

  1. NeuroSmart supports the integrity of existing brain cells. Multiple Ayurvedic herbs and botanicals protect brain cells from assault by toxins, free radicals and inflammation.
  2. NeuroSmart supports optimal brain chemistry and neurotransmitter balance through the Endocannabinoid System.
  3. NeuroSmart promotes neurogenesis, the development of NEW healthy brain cells. This visionary synergistic atented formula supports the development of regenerative infrastructure in the brain.

In 2019, after nearly two years of in-depth analysis, the U.S. Patent Office awarded Patent # 10,201,553 to hempsmart’s revolutionary brain support formula, NeuroSmart. This excerpt from the U.S. Patent clearly illustrates the visionary application of scientific research in brain support:

“The present invention (NeuroSmart) is unique in that this product utilizes a synergistic blend of natural neuroprotective and neuroregenerative compounds, including cannabidiol (CBD), all in clinically researched and verified therapeutic amounts. Clinical studies indicate that CBD facilitates brain recovery from oxidative stress free radical damage and inflammation.”

“CBD research is extensive and compelling. The brain is “hardwired” with specialized receptors for CBD. Each ingredient in this invention has been clinically validated to provide a specific neuro-protective or neuro-regenerative effect.”

This important patent goes on to state:

“This unique formulation promises to revolutionize the safe and effective optimization of brain and neurological function.”

NO Hype, just Great RESULTS!

Unlike most brain support supplements on the market, NeuroSmart is a powerhouse of scientifically proven natural nootropic ingredients, in therapeutic amounts. The clinically validated ingredients include:

  • CBD – neurogenesis, neurotransmitter support, neuro- protection
  • Bacopa – neurogenesis, neuro-protection, memory, focus
  • Ashwaganda – stress reduction, cognition, memory, adaptogen
  • Phosphatidyl Serine – brain cell-to-cell communication, memory, concentration, learning, word choice
  • Alpha Glyceryl Phosphoryl Choline – neuro-protection, mental sharpness,
  • Rhodiola – short term memory, concentration, speed of mental processing, adaptogen
  • Huperzia Serrata – memory & learning enhancement, alertness, energy
  • Astaxanthin – protection from oxidative stress & inflammation
  • EGCG – memory, brain connectivity
  • Turmeric – neural stem cell growth, neuro-protection
  • L-Theanine – calming, mood enhancing

NeuroSmart supports:

  • mental clarity, alertness & cognitive processing
  • focus and concentration
  • relaxation & restorative sleep
  • ability to manage stress
  • learning and recall
  • repair, regeneration & plasticity of brain cells

Are you looking for peak performance in school, at work, or just in the day-to-day demands of multi-tasking? NeuroSmart offers a safe and effective solution.

 

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MCOA Subsidiary cDistro Signs Distribution Agreement with ‘dosist Health’ to Distribute its Award-Winning Line of High Concentration CBD+ Formulas

MCOA Subsidiary cDistro Signs Distribution Agreement with dosist health to Distribute its Award-Winning Line of High Concentration CBD+ Formulas

LOS ANGELES, January 25, 2022 / Marijuana Company of America, Inc., today announced that its wholly owned subsidiary cDistro has reached an agreement with dosist health to distribute its award-winning line of high concentration CBD+ formulas & products.

cDistro will expand the rapidly growing distribution locations for dosist health CBD products to drive sales and further establish cDistro in the distribution marketplace.

cDistro distributes CBD brands, along with smoke and vape shop-related products to wholesalers, c-stores, specialty retailers, and consumers in North America.

dosist is a globally recognized, modern wellness company empowering people to naturally manage their health & happiness through dose-controlled cannabinoid therapy.

dosist is best known for its targeted formulas, proprietary award-winning dose-controlled devices, rigorous testing, use of medical grade and recyclable materials, and their obsession with providing consumers with a safe, natural experience, all now available in its CBD products under the brand dosist health.

dosist was named by Time Magazine as “cannabis that could replace pills”, was recognized by Fast Company as a top 10 Most Innovative Companies in the health sector and was named by LinkedIn as the #2 Top Startup on the top 50 list of hottest U.S. companies to work for.

dosist health also recently won the ECRM Buyers’ Choice Award for its CBD+ Vegan, Fast-Acting Gummies during ECRM’s Hemp/CBD Health & Beauty Care forum held this past November. cDistro will be distributing dosist health’s complete collection of high concentration CBD+ formulas & products, specifically engineered to target the need-states of sleep, calm, and relief.

The dosist health collection features three performance categories including dose drop CBD+ tinctures, a full suite of CBD+ fast-acting topical solutions, and their new rapid onset gummies that are vegan, non-GMO, and made with natural flavors.

“This agreement represents a tremendous opportunity for cDistro, and I look forward to working with dosist health and their award-winning product portfolio to provide industry-leading sales and service execution to some of the nation’s largest and fast-growing smoke and vape shops, wholesalers, c-stores, specialty retailers and large retail chains,” said Ron Russo, cDistro’s President.

“We are extremely excited to add cDistro to our distribution network for dosist health,” stated Jason DeLand, Co-founder, and Chairman of dosist.“cDistro is well-positioned to deliver an effective distribution strategy for our wellness portfolio, that will drive continued growth and penetration of dosist health at premium retail locations across the US.” DeLand was selected to both Adweek’s list of “20 Most Influential People Under 40” as well as High Times “Top 100 Most Influential People in Cannabis.”

Jason DeLand, Co-founder, and Chairman of dosist.

 

As the founder of the ad agency Anomaly and the popular dosist e-pen, he continues building leading brands in today’s CBD marketplace.

Jesus Quintero, CEO of Marijuana Company of America, Inc. said, “We are delighted to be joining forces with Jason DeLand and his impressive dosist health portfolio. We have shared values around quality products and distribution and are confident that cDistro has the expertise and experience to bolster sales and to continue to grow the CBD category. Our subsidiary cDistro identified CBD demand and did its due diligence to find a trustworthy brand capable of meeting and maintaining the high standards of quality expected at MCOA. Together we are well-positioned to supply a wide variety of retail partners the full range of dosist health CBD products.”

Quintero added, “This Agreement with dosist health further validates MCOA’s ability to find ways to drive expansion into new areas within the Cannabis industry. This along with our acquisition of cDistro; international expansion with our premium Hemp & CBD Hempsmart(TM) products, as well as cultivation with the recent acquisition of a cannabis nursery cultivation facility in Salinas, California is both a cultivator and distributor, has positioned MCOA for expected significant growth in 2022 and beyond.”

About Marijuana Company of America, Inc. (OTC: MCOA) Marijuana Company of America operates and invests in the cannabis sector directly. The Company’s wholly owned operations include: — CDistro is one of the THC, Hemp & CBD cannabis industries’ fastest growing distribution companies. — hempsmart(TM), a Premium CBD company. — VBF Brands, Inc., a cannabis nursery cultivation facility in Salinas, California is a cultivator and distributor utilizing its own growing systems to produce desirable cannabis clones.

The company’s core mission is to leverage its experience, and access to capital to identify and invest in acquisitions with unique growth potential in the cannabis and CBD marketplace. For more information visit: www.marijuanacompanyofamerica.com.

 

 

 

 

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Celebrate CBD! Happy Super Valentines Daze! NFL commissions $1 Million Health Study on Pain and Brain with Cannabidiol.

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In a day and age where we now question all things new, it is comforting to know that a well-known age-old product now is being rediscovered by researchers for its newly found CBD and Cannabidiol benefits.

Now we at Inspirational Technologies would like to congratulate and commend the National Football League’s recent award of a $1 million research grant to study the use of cannabinoids to manage pain. On Feb. 1, 2022, the NFL awarded $1 million to two teams of medical researchers to study the effects of cannabinoids, including cannabis, on pain management and neuroprotection from concussion in NFL players.

Researchers from the University of San Diego will investigate the effects of cannabinoids on pain caused by and recovery from sports-related injuries in NFL players. A second medical team from the University of Regina in Canada will investigate the use of naturally produced cannabinoids to manage pain and concussions, which routinely occur in contact sports such as organized football.

The NFL is awarding $1 million in research funding to two teams of medical researchers to study the effects of cannabinoids on pain management and neuroprotection from concussion in elite football players. Medical teams from the University of California San Diego and University of Regina in Canada were selected from 106 proposals initiated by the NFL and the NFL Players Association’s Joint Pain Management Committee in June 2021.

  “We’re always interested in trying to improve our approach and our treatment for acute and chronic pain in NFL players, and we always want to make sure that our players are receiving the most up-to-date medical consensus around any of these treatments,”

 

 

The project’s overall goal is to determine whether cannabis/hemp-based cannabinoid products can be used safely and effectively for pain management to reduce the use of prescription medications like opioids. Additionally, the project will assess cannabinoid neuroprotective properties, potentially reducing the severity of chronic concussions in players. “As with the league’s broader approach to health and safety, we want to ensure that our players are receiving care that reflects the most up-to-date medical consensus,”

NFL Chief Medical Officer Dr. Allen Sills stated in a press release. “While the burden of proof is high for NFL players who want to understand the impact of any medical decision on their performance, we are grateful that we have the opportunity to find these scientifically-sound studies on the use of cannabinoids that may lead to the discovery of data-based evidence that could impact the pain management of our players.”

According to the release, the grant money is the first per a request for research proposals by the NFL-NFLPA Joint Pain Management Committee. The request was initiated in June 2021, which was a part of 106 other submissions. “The NFL-NFLPA Joint Pain Management Committee is thrilled with the results of this process. We received over 100 proposals from top clinicians and researchers from around the world,” said Dr. Kevin Hill, who is the co-chair of the NFL-NFLPA Joint Pain Management Committee.

“The NFL is eager to advance the science of pain management and performance in an effort to improve the health and safety of the players.” The use of cannabis or hemp-based cannabinoid products is still banned in the NFL during football season, though the most recent Collective Bargaining Agreement specified the NFL will no longer test players for the chemicals found in cannabis between April 20 and August 9 each year. No athletes from the NFL may participate in the study. The overall project is expected to take three years to conduct.

 

NFL chief medical officer Dr. Allen Sills told The Associated Press.

 

“So, our burden of proof is really high for NFL players. Anytime we want to introduce a new therapy, we have to understand how that decision might impact their well-being and their performance. We know there’s been a lot of interest in this area, but we did not feel like there was a lot of great solid research on the benefits of marijuana, CBD and treating acute and chronic pain.

So, that’s why we wanted to try to contribute to the body of science in this area.” Dr. Kevin Hill, the Director of Addiction Psychiatry at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and a pre-eminent cannabis researcher and author, is the co-chair of the NFL-NFLPA Joint Pain Management Committee. Hill explained there hasn’t been much research on this topic.

“We at Inspirational Technologies, applaud the NFL’s efforts to research Hemp Products, such as CBD in an effort to foster effective treatment from the results of this grant.” said Steven Smith, Founder and Owner February 2022.

 

 

 

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Happy Sativa Saturday, Indica, and Ruderalis HEMP? – Just What is Up?

As you dive deeper into the hemp world, you may encounter terms like cannabis strains, sativa, indica, or hybrid.

There’s a lot to know about this powerful plant, and we’re here to help educate you about the ins and outs of indica vs. sativa so you can make informed decisions about what you’re consuming on your wellness journey. The reason the different strains matter is because the indica vs. sativa effects vary due to the chemical makeup of those strains. We’ll go deeper into these differences in the section below. Are you curious about which strains are right for you? Continue reading to learn more. Some of the things we’ll touch on in this article are: Indica vs. sativa: What are they?

Indica effects Sativa effects What is cannabis ruderalis? Common Indica vs Sativa strains Choosing between Indica vs Sativa edibles. When most people think of indica vs. sativa, they think indica equals couch potato and sativa means energy. This isn’t always the case, especially as everyone’s body chemistry is different. Some indicas may be uplifting for some while some sativa strains may cause anxiety. There’s no “right way” to consume the different stains. It’s all about understanding the differences between the indica vs. sativa leaf so your approach to the plant is more well-rounded. You may be surprised to know that those terms don’t actually determine the effects, and are rooted in botany — the cannabinoid makeup and terpenes are what determine the effects of the strain. While this is true, the stereotypes about these different strains exist for a reason. If you’re ready to learn more about indica vs. sativa effects, keep reading. Indica vs. Sativa: What Are They? The terms indica and sativa are used to describe the different types of cannabis plant, along with cannabis ruderalis (which we’ll talk about a little later). The hemp plant is traditionally found in different parts of Europe and Central Asia. There were geographical barriers like the Himalayan Mountains that allowed for two different populations of the hemp plant to flourish — indica vs. sativa. When referring to indica vs. sativa leaf, people often mean the kinds that have a THC content above the federal legal limits. This is a narrow view of cannabis and hemp because products ranging from cannabidiol to any other hemp-derived product also comes from a specific strain. They often just get lumped into the category of “industrial hemp.” Indica vs. sativa is a way to help organize the thousands of different strains ranging from “Hindu Kush” to Maui Wowie. Now that you know a little about the origins of these types of hemp, let’s take a look at the indica effects, sativa effects, and their differences.

Facts About Cannabis Ruderalis cannabis ruderalis plant leaf

1) There’s A Reason It’s Named Cannabis Ruderalis If Cannabis ruderalis (C. ruderalis, or just ruderalis for short) were an animal, we’d call it feral — as in, living in a wild state. For plants, however, feral doesn’t apply. Instead, botanists use the term ruderal. Ruderal refers to a plant growing on waste ground, among refuse, and in extreme environments found in colder, more elevated climates. Essentially, ruderal describes a weed that grows where it’s not wanted and in competition with cultivated plants. So it’s not the slang sense you’re used to, but the actual scientific definition of a pesky, unwanted plant. Cannabis ruderalis commonly grows near roadsides, on agricultural land that is fallow, or on other land that humans have disturbed and then left alone.

2) Grew Originally In Russia And Adjacent Areas Cannabis ruderalis predates pretty much all of the countries you’d recognize on a map — meaning it was there before man put name to place. Scientists agree, though, that ruderalis was common in what is now Asia, Central and Eastern Europe, and specifically Russia. In fact, ruderalis probably originated in Russia and then spread east, west, and south into countries such as: Mongolia China Pakistan Afghanistan Kyrgyzstan Uzbekistan Kazakhstan Ukraine Slovakia Romania And others In many of these areas, ruderalis continues to grow as a weed in competition with more domesticated cultivars such as corn, wheat, and oats. Cannabis ruderalis isn’t very common in the Western Hemisphere because, as we’ll discuss, it’s only got one or two specific uses. For that and other reasons, humans didn’t go to the trouble of planting ruderalis here in the states.

3) Related To Indicas And Sativas Botanists include ruderalis as a third type of marijuana along with its relatives Cannabis sativa and Cannabis indica. That said, scientists aren’t really sure if ruderalis is a sibling or a cousin of the more common — and more widely used — varieties. In fact, they’re not even sure whether it qualifies as a species in its own right or if it’s a descendant of one of the other two. Genetically, Cannabis ruderalis falls somewhere between the indica and sativa strains, but its effects are quite different. Indica strains produce a lethargic and lazy body high rather than a head high. Because of that, indica’s benefits mostly deal with relief of conditions such as: Anxiety Stress Body pain Migraines Spasms Seizures Depression Nausea Sativa strains, on the other hand, produce an energetic head high that makes users feel more alert, creative, happy, and serene. Sativa strains are also notorious for their ability to make you hungry. As you’ll see later on in this article, Cannabis ruderalis does none of that.

4) The Smallest Of The Cannabis Plants Cannabis ruderalis is the smallest of the cannabis plants. While sativa strains grow up to 20 feet tall and indica strains grow up to six feet tall, ruderalis grows between one and two-and-a-half feet tall. Botanists attribute this small height to the fact that ruderalis needs to thrive in harsh and varied conditions, such as areas with poor soil, no shade, and exposure to winds and pests. A small, sturdy plant is much better suited to this type of environment than a tall plant. Because of its small stature, ruderalis is often referred to as dwarf cannabis or bonsai cannabis. Ruderalis produces only a few branches that contain wide, fat-bladed leaves. Ironically, the stereotypical pot leaf that has become a symbol of cannabis culture most nearly resembles the Cannabis ruderalis leaf. It’s ironic because ruderalis doesn’t get you high like sativa and indica.

5) Doesn’t Depend On Light Exposure To Flower Marijuana plants outdoors One of the most unique and valuable traits of the Cannabis ruderalis plant is that it doesn’t depend on light exposure to flower. Of course, ruderalis needs light to grow — as all plants do — but this strain doesn’t depend on the ratio of light to dark hours (the photoperiod) to switch from vegetative growth to flowering growth. Instead, the switch depends on age (i.e., number of days). Scientists call this trait autoflowering. What that means for the average grower — or the person who stumbles upon ruderalis in the wild — is that autoflowering strains don’t require varying the amount of light the plant gets the way you do with photoperiodic strains. Just to clarify, photoperiod-dependent strains (or photoperiodic for short) are your classic indica, sativa, and hybrid strains with names even the newest of noobs is probably familiar with (like Blue Dream, Sour Diesel, and Thin Mint Girl Scout Cookies). These strains respond to changes in light (i.e., the length of exposure) to “know” when to produce flowers. To better explain, think about the summer and fall seasons. During the longest days of summer, an outdoor plant might get 15 hours or more of sunlight. After the summer solstice, the number of hours of daylight decreases. This is usually the “cue” for plants to begin flowering. It’s the basic growing cycle that farmers have been dealing with for 11,000 years and that you probably learned about in kindergarten (only without the big words like photoperiod-dependent). The autoflowering ruderalis strain will grow for a certain number of days and then flower regardless of the amount of light it gets (as long as it gets enough to thrive, of course).

6) Grows Fast Cannabis ruderalis grows very fast. The typical lifecycle of a ruderalis plant — from seed to flower — is as low as 10 weeks (though 12 to 14 weeks is more typical). Compare that to the much longer grow times of indica and sativa — anywhere from four to six months — and you can see why breeders value this little plant.

7) Contains Very Low THC Levels The question on most people’s minds when it comes to Cannabis ruderalis is, “How much THC does this baby have?” Unfortunately, the answer is very little. How much is very little? It helps to compare ruderalis to hemp. To qualify as hemp — which is basically just a foodstuff and an industrial product — the plant needs to contain less than 0.3% of the cannabinoid THC. Cannabis ruderalis, on the other hand, typically exhibits less than 3% THC. That small amount is not enough to produce anything akin to a body or head high like indica and sativa (which can get as high as 28 or 29%)

8) Contains Some CBD Cannabis ruderalis does contain a bit of CBD, so you can use it to experience some wonderful medicinal benefits. The beneficial effects of CBD are legion, and more are being discovered every day. Here are some things CBD can do: Promote bone growth Inhibit growth in cancer cells Kill or slow bacterial growth Reduce risk of artery blockage Treat psoriasis Prevent degeneration of nervous system Reduce blood sugar levels Aid sleep Reduce seizures and convulsions Suppress muscle spasms Relieve anxiety Lessen the severity of psychosis Reduce nausea and vomiting Stimulate appetite Reduce inflammation Decrease pain For many patients, achieving these benefits without the psychoactive effects normally associated with marijuana would be like the holy grail of medical treatment. That’s one of the reasons Cannabis ruderalis is still used by many breeders: because mixing its genes with indicas and sativas is an easy way to increase CBD count without also increasing THC count.

9) Cannabis Ruderalis Is Not The Same As Hemp A bud of cannabis ruderalis Earlier in the article, we touched on one of the main differences between Cannabis ruderalis and hemp — THC levels. But there are many more differences between Cannabis ruderalis and hemp. Hemp is a relative of the sativa and indica plants that get you high, but growers have bred it in such a way that it’s extremely low in THC (0.3%). That’s so low you won’t feel a trace of psychedelia no matter how much you take — that’s why it’s been grown legally for decades. Similarly, hemp contains very low levels of CBD (0.5 to 2.0%) and other cannabinoids, such as CBG and CBN. So why grow it? Because it’s great as a foodstuff and an industrial product. Check any health food shop, “big box” grocery store, or corner bodega and you’ll likely find hemp seeds in there somewhere. Hemp seeds are high in polyunsaturated fats (omega-3 and omega-6), vitamin E, potassium, magnesium, and vitamins B1 and B2. This makes them a healthy addition to any balanced diet. We love sprinkling them in soups, salads, and smoothies for a delicious and nutritious kick. But the benefits of hemp don’t stop with the seeds. Manufacturers use hemp in everything from shampoo to plastics to paint to rope and clothing. It’s a very versatile plant! Cannabis ruderalis, on the other hand, is not a nutritionally dense plant, nor can it be used as an industrial product like hemp. Cannabis ruderalis is really only good for its genetics and its growing properties.

10) Doesn’t Need Your Help One of the nice things about Cannabis ruderalis is that it doesn’t need a lot of help from humans. As we touched on at the beginning of this article, it’s basically a weed (in the botanical sense) that’s going to grow despite your best efforts to the contrary. It’s very much like a dandelion in that regard. Have you ever had to feed and water and care for the dandelions in your front yard? Heck no! Those suckers just grow wherever they want. In fact, they’ll grow despite what you, mother nature, and even weedkillers thrown at them. Cannabis ruderalis exhibits many of those same characteristics. In fact, that’s one of the things breeders love about the plant — it exhibits a more laissez-faire attitude than some other, more needy and hands-on, strains of cannabis. Cannabis ruderalis is hearty, resistant to disease, grows in a variety of climates, and isn’t overly picky about the soil in which it lives. Sure, it’s got very low cannabinoid content, but its growing properties are extremely desirable.

Will Cannabis Ruderalis Get You High? Unless you’re an absolute newb and you’ve spent your entire life avoiding stimulants and psychoactives of every kind (including coffee, tea, pop, and high fructose corn sugar), Cannabis ruderalis will not get you high.

That said, we recommend taking things slow. Don’t jump from “never done it before” directly into the deep end. Increase the THC content slowly so you’re familiar with the feelings and know how your body will handle the high. To help you in this regard, here’s an incremental guide to help you answer the question, “Will get me high?” If your cannabis product contains one percent THC or less, you won’t feel a thing (because, most likely, this is hemp). If your cannabis product contains one percent to five percent THC, and depending on your pot experience, you might start to feel something (Cannabis ruderalis falls in this category). If your cannabis product contains five percent to 10 percent THC, you’ll probably hear a shape or two. If your cannabis product contains 10 percent to 15 percent THC, you’ll be well on your way to your HIGH. If your cannabis product contains anything above 15 percent THC, kiss reality goodbye.

If your cannabis product is (made from) a CBD-dominant strain used for medicinal purposes, you will not get high. So, again, will Cannabis ruderalis get you high? It will not. You might feel some medicinal effects (as in relief from anxiety or a decrease in pain if you have either) thanks to the CBD, but the very low THC content won’t be enough to give you the high that you’ve heard all your canna-pals talking about. Talk to the budtenders at your local dispensary and they can recommend a product with just the right amount of THC to keep you from getting too high. Is Cannabis Ruderalis Legal? A blunt with cannabis ruderalis In order to be completely, 100% legal, Cannabis ruderalis would have to exhibit the same traits as hemp. Specifically, that means that, in the United States, it would have to contain less than 0.3% THC (0.2%-0.3% THC in Europe).

As we discussed, Cannabis ruderalis typically contains 3% THC, which puts it well above the legal threshold. But, again, is Cannabis ruderalis legal? The answer is a bit confusing. Cannabis Ruderalis Is Not Legal At The Federal Level At the beginning of 2021, all cannabis is illegal according to the federal government. Currently, the Controlled Substances Act (CSA) of 1970 classifies cannabis as a Schedule I drug along with Heroin, Ecstasy, PCP, LSD, Psilocybin, Mescaline, and Peyote. Schedule I classification means that those substances have no defined medicinal purpose, have a lack of accepted safety under medical supervision, and have the highest potential for abuse. So, even though Cannabis ruderalis is about as harmless as you can get without becoming hemp, the federal government still lumps it in with much stronger drugs.

Cannabis Ruderalis Is Legal In Many States As of this writing, all 50 states have addressed the use of cannabis and cannabis-derived products (including Cannabis ruderalis). Here’s how it breaks down state by state. Legal Recreational And Medical Use Washington Oregon California Nevada Arizona Montana Colorado South Dakota Illinois Michigan Alaska Maine Vermont Massachusetts New Jersey Legal Medical Use Utah New Mexico North Dakota Minnesota Oklahoma Missouri Arkansas Louisiana Mississippi Florida Ohio West Virginia Virginia Pennsylvania New York Maryland Delaware Connecticut Rhode Island New Hampshire Hawaii

If the limit is below 3% THC, you’re golden and can partake of the Cannabis ruderalis with impunity. Cannabis Ruderalis Hybrids Are Perfect For Monster Cropping Weed plant

You’ll notice we didn’t say Cannabis ruderalis is perfect for monster cropping. It’s not.

First and foremost, it’s autoflowering.

Second, it doesn’t grow very tall and monster cropping works best on medium-height plants. Cannabis ruderalis hybrids — ruderalis mixed with an indica or sativa strain — however, are a different story entirely. If your hybrid fits the following characteristics, give monster cropping a try: Grows quickly and vigorously in the vegetative stage

Grows quickly and vigorously in the early part of the flowering stage

Grows lots of stems and bud sites

Grows to medium height Is not of the autoflowering variety Monster cropping is easy to do, doesn’t require a lot of plants to start, saves you money, and results in more flowers. An abundance of flowers, then, gives you more opportunities to toke with friends, to experiment with making your own cannabis products (e.g., hash, Thai sticks, cannabis coffee, cavi cones, and so much more), and to perfect your growing process so you can produce the best buds for recreational or medicinal use. Despite those benefits, monster cropping with Cannabis ruderalis hybrids is not without its drawbacks.

You’ll definitely need more space — one for the parent plant and one for the new plant(s) — and the ability to regulate conditions such as humidity, airflow, temperature, and light in each. Y

ou’ll also add two to three weeks to the grow cycle so that the plants can revegetate. If you’re in a terrible rush, you may want to buy your weed at a dispensary while the plants grow, or skip monster cropping altogether until you’ve got more time to spare. It’s also worth noting that not every cutting (clone) will grow.

No one knows why and it’s one of the great mysteries of the universe (right up there with a unified field theory). It’s just something you have to accept if you venture down the monster-cropping road.  When it comes to cannabinoid content, Cannabis ruderalis is close to the bottom of the barrel. C. ruderalis is very low in THC — so it won’t get you high — and, though it does have some CBD, you won’t feel the same quality of medicinal effects because the concentration is lower than high-CBD indicas and sativas.

Similarly, Cannabis ruderalis has very little value as a foodstuff or an industrial product.

Unlike hemp, ruderalis isn’t high in vitamins and minerals. And manufacturers can’t use it to produce chemical or textile products like shampoo, lotion, soap, plastic, paint, rope, or clothing.

The true value of Cannabis ruderalis lies in its abilities to autoflower and to grow quickly. For years, breeders have crossed common cannabis strains with C. ruderalis to improve growing time and flowering without decreasing cannabinoid content. So, while Cannabis ruderalis is pretty much just a weed, the fact that it will grow nearly anywhere — and do so quickly and without a lot of human interference — makes it a valuable member of the cannabis family.

 

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Planting The Seeds of CDB . . .

An entire industry is being built around cannabidiol, or CBD,  

one of the many chemical constituents of the cannabis plant.

 

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Advocates of the compound say it confers all sorts of health benefits,

from mitigating the symptoms of depression and anxiety to treating Glaucoma,

 

 

It’s cropping up in protein powders, bath salts, makeup and even jelly beans.  

 

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But scientists are still unsure of exactly what the benefits — and pitfalls — of CBD are. 

“Society has jumped way ahead of the science on this,” said Margaret Haney,

a professor of neurobiology at Columbia University Medical Center in New York.

Reported benefits have mostly been anecdotal, or they have come from studies involving animal models.

CBD isn’t well understood, nor have there been sufficient studies done in humans, she said.

 

 

Cannabis plants produce a group of chemical compounds called cannabinoids.

The best-known are tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC

(the so-called psychoactive component of the plant that’s associated with the marijuana “high”),

and CBD (a non-intoxicating component of the plant that doesn’t produce a high),

Hemp. Recently, Legal to grow and process for CDB.  

 

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Here’s what we do know: CBD can help treat some types of pediatric seizures.

Last year, the FDA approved GW Pharmaceuticals PLC’s Epidiolex for the treatment of seizures associated with two rare forms of epilepsy in patients two years of age and older.

But, to get to that point, GW Pharmaceuticals had to go through a long and rigorous drug-approval process to show the drug’s safety and efficacy through clinical trials.

This hasn’t been done with CBD for any other indication, until now.

While it’s true that CBD has shown promise in pre-clinical and animal trials in addressing a number of issues such as pain, anxiety, neuroinflammation and substance-use disorder,

there’s still not nearly enough peer-reviewed research available, said Ziva Cooper, research director of the Cannabis Research Initiative at the University of California, Los Angeles.

To truly determine the effects of CBD in humans, many further studies need to be done — studies with humans, she said. “Overall, we have very little real data on the therapeutic effects of cannabidiol,” she said.

As for those CBD-based skin products that are popping up on shelves and online, Columbia University’s Haney said she remains skeptical of their marketed benefits.

Many are diluted. It’s a question of both dosage and absorption, she said. “We have no idea how much CBD you would need to rub on your skin for it to have some kind of medical effect,” she said.

 The amount of CBD in a lot of marketed products — even ones that are meant to be taken orally — is so small that we can not make any therapeutic measures for the person using it, said UCLA’s Cooper.

In the few studies that have involved humans, doses were in the hundreds of milligrams, but most CBD-infused products contain much less than that,

which the company says can be used as a daily supplement and help “promote a calm sense of well-being,” it also notes on its website that such statements “have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.”  

CBD advocates were hoping laws around the compound might loosen up — or at least become clearer — after President Donald Trump signed the 2018 Farm Bill.

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The bill legalized hemp, a variety of the cannabis plant that contains no more than 0.3% THC.

December 2018 – The Farm Bill Legalized Hemp

But regulation of CBD, whether derived from hemp or not, is still largely under the FDA’s jurisdiction.

Since CBD is technically an active ingredient in an FDA-approved drug,

companies are not allowed to add it to food or drinks sold across state lines or to sell it as a dietary supplement.

 

Companies are, however, allowed to put the compound into beauty and skin-care products, as cosmetics are not subject to premarket approval by the FDA.

That could explain why drugstore chains like CVS and Walgreens aren’t worried about introducing CBD-infused topical products in their stores.

“People shouldn’t confuse availability with legality,” said former FDA regulatory counsel Jonathan Havens.

The agency has cracked down on unfounded claims, but it has limited resources and can’t get to everyone, so it is focusing mostly on companies making blatant health claims about their products, Havens said.

 

The FDA recently sent warning letters to Advanced Spine and Pain LLC, Nutra Pure LLC and PotNetwork Holdings,

saying the companies violated federal law by advertising their CBD-containing products as potential treatments for ailments including cancer, Alzheimer’s disease, arthritis and more. 

“The FDA wants to protect consumers. The last thing it wants is companies out there marketing CBD products and claiming health benefits without any clinical research to validate that,”

said Rob DiPisa, co-chair of the Cannabis Law Group at law firm Cole Schotz. 

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At the same time, requiring anyone who wants to put a CBD-containing food or beverage on the market to go through the clinical-trial process would “chill the whole CBD market,” he said.

  The FDA is aware of the public’s interest in CBD. Former FDA commissioner Scott Gottlieb put out a statement outlining steps to figure out a framework to lawfully market cannabis

and cannabis-derived products, including  public hearings and formed an internal working group to look into the issue.

DiPisa said he hopes the hearings last  May 2021 will provide more clarity for him and his clients.

“Everyone is running blind right now,” he said.

 

 

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Current State Of CBD and Cosmetics in the USA

Although the current state of regulation for CBD is in-flux for supplement and food products, the outlook is pretty good for beauty, as long as companies are careful about where they source the CBD, otherwise adhere to the regulations governing the marketing of cosmetic products, and limit sales to states where the sale of such products is legal.

While CBD Infused Beverages and Food Remains with the FDA. Cosmetic Use Is An Open Market Soon To Be Saturated.

  CBD, or Cannabidiol, is one of many cannabinoids found in the plant species Cannabis sativa L., which, surprising to many, includes marijuana and hemp.

December 2018 – The Farm Bill Legalized Hemp

The 2018 Farm Bill defines hemp as any part of the plant Cannabis sativa L. with a THC concentration of not more than 0.3% on a dry weight basis, and removes hemp and hemp derivatives from Schedule I of the Controlled Substances Act. CBD derived from a marijuana plant, or from a hemp plant with a THC concentration of greater than 0.3%, fall outside the statutory definition of hemp and therefore remain controlled substances. In order to legally market beauty products containing CBD, companies must be able to establish that the ingredient is derived from a hemp plant, grown by a licensed grower, and contains 0.3% or less THC. The United States Department of Agriculture, the regulatory agency responsible for implementing the 2018 Farm Bill, issued a legal opinion confirming that states may not prohibit the interstate transportation of hemp or hemp derived products that satisfy these requirements.

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The Farm Bill does not, however, supplant the Food, Drug and Cosmetics Act (“Act”). Under the Act, companies that want to market beauty products containing CBD cannot claim the products, or the CBD, is intended to affect the structure or function of the body, or otherwise treat, mitigate, or prevent a disease. In addition to these Federal regulatory requirements, companies must also adhere to the laws of individual states, which have the right to restrict or limit the sale of CBD products within their jurisdictions. Thus, before shipping a CBD beauty product, companies should confirm the sale of such products is legal in the target state.

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  Why is it crucial for CBD brands and ingredients providers to be completely up to date on the fast-changing regulations? The fast-changing regulations really have to do with growing and licensing requirements for hemp growers. The regulation of what constitutes legal hemp is pretty much set by the 2018 Farm Bill. Since CBD derived from hemp is the only ingredient that has been legalized by the Bill, it is critical for companies and ingredient suppliers to be sure (1) the hemp is sourced from a licensed grower, and (2) the THC content is 0.3% or lower.

3rd Party Certificates Of Analysis (COA) determine what is in the sample tested. Look for the Good and the Bad. *Pesticides, Heavy Metal or Added Toxins. COA’s are a necessity.

  Products that fail to meet these two requirements fall outside the statutory definition of hemp, fall within the definition of marijuana under the Controlled Substances Act, and are thus illegal.

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Companies interested in marketing and selling CBD cosmetic products will gain insights into the regulatory landscape surrounding the marketing of such products, and in particular, have an understanding of the FDA’s and FTC’s current thinking and approach to regulating the products. Research strategies companies can follow to avoid attracting the attention of regulators and consumer lawyers.   What is the number one question that CBD beauty professionals have? There are really two questions to answer. The first is can we legally sell cosmetics containing CBD? The second question is what can I do to protect the company from claims arising from the sale of CBD beauty products. As noted in response to question 1) above, the question of legality is somewhat straightforward. The question of protection is more complex, and involves the need contract with vendors, secure insurance coverage, and consider a myriad of other business considerations.

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