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Table of Contents:

  1. CBD shop near me
  2. CBD stands for
  3. Is CBD oil legal
  4. is cbd oil safe
  5. Is CBD addictive
  6. CBD vs hemp oil
  7. CBD drug test
  8. CBD and breastfeeding
  9. Can CBD lower blood pressure
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  1. CBD shop near me

In order to help you find or get access to CBD in relative proximity to your present location you have three options. 

  • Option 1. You can search on the map provided below. 
  • Option 2. In addition to searching for shops, you might also consider ordering CBD oil online (see below) which will be shipped to your home or business within a few days.
  • Option 3. Start your own CBD business using this HOW TO START A CBD OIL BUSINESS GUIDE

What You Will Learn

(Get Certified as a  CBD Distributor)

 

Branding & Marketing with Social Media

Learn How to Infuse Edibles with CBD

Mastering the Back Office

The Compensation Plan

Home Business Taxes

Target Specific Blends

Cannabis Stocks

The ECS System

Facebook 101

CBD VS THC

AND SO MUCH MORE…

 

“Motivation is what gets you started,

Habit is what keeps you going”

-Jim Rohn

 

 

This business model is easy to participate in and simple to understand.whereby all the participants are equipped with the tools, training  and skills necessary for business development, personal growth and wealth creation.

Your hard work is rewarded fairly and equitably leading to business opportunities that are lucrative knowing that our focus is on building a company that is based on positive relationships and integrity.  

 

CBD stands for 

 

CBD stands for cannabidiol

  • Cannabidiol (CBD) is a naturally occurring compound found in the resinous flower of cannabis.
  • CBD, or cannabidiol  comes from hemp and marijuana. Cannabidiol (CBD) and tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) are two naturally occurring compounds found in plants of the Cannabis genus. Both THC and CBD are members of a chemical family called cannabinoids. Cannabinoids are plants oils, and cannabis comes packed with more than 100 versions of them.
  • Hemp and cannabis(marijuana) come from the Cannabis sativa plant. Legal hemp must contain 0.3 percent THC or less. THC is the main psychoactive compound in cannabis that produces the high sensation.
  • Psychoactive, also called psychotropic, is a term that is applied to chemical substances that change a person’s mental state by affecting the way the brain and nervous system work.
  • CBD actually lacks any noticeable psychoactive effects and does not really interact with the body’s cannabinoid receptors.

What is hemp? 

The term “hemp” is used to mean cannabis that contains 0.3 percent or less THC content by dry weight. THC content can vary among cannabis plants. Some strains are bred to be higher in THC than others.

Because the THC level in hemp is so low, it’s unlikely to get you high.

 

What is marijuana? 

Usually, when people say “marijuana,” they’re talking about cannabis that can get you high. Legally, “marijuana” refers to cannabis that has more than 0.3 percent THC by dry weight. 

 

In humans, CBD exhibits no effects indicative of any abuse or dependence potential. In accordance to a report from the World Health Organization.

 

 

Is CBD Oil Legal?

This question comes in various forms for example, Is CBD oil legal federally? or maybe Is CBD oil legal in all states? or Is CBD oil legal in all 50 states? This is the current  state of affairs as it pertains to the legality of CBD Oil.

 

CBD (cannabidiol) is a compound derived from the cannabis plant. Cannabis has been federally illegal since 1937. As long as cannabis has been illegal, so has CBD—even though it has no intoxicating qualities.

In December 2018, Donald Trump signed the Agricultural Improvement Act of 2018 (aka the 2018 farm bill) into law. That Act included a section removing hemp from the Controlled Substances Act. Hemp and marijuana are both cannabis. The only difference is the federal government considers cannabis with less than 0.3% THC, the intoxicating cannabinoid, to be legally classified as “hemp.”



Federal law

Federal law is now clear, thanks to the farm bill. Federal authorities are no longer in the business of arresting people for growing hemp, extracting CBD, or possessing either. The DEA is out of the CBD game.

More specifically, the farm bill removed hemp and hemp derivatives from the definition of “marijuana” in the Controlled Substances Act. The new law also specifically tasked the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) with regulating hemp-derived food and drug products. (More on that below.)



CBD Legal Status, State-by-State

State

Is CBD legal?

Restrictions

Alabama

Yes

None

Alaska

Yes

No CBD-infused food/beverage allowed

Arizona

Yes

No food/beverage

Arkansas

Yes

No food/beverage

California

Yes

No food/beverage

Colorado

Yes

No baked goods

Connecticut

Yes

Food/bev must be registered

Delaware

Yes

Hemp grower must be affiliated with Delaware State University

Florida

Yes

Labeling is regulated

Georgia

Yes

No food/beverage

Hawaii

Yes

None

Idaho

No

Illegal in every form

Illinois

Yes

None

Indiana

Yes

Labeling is regulated

Iowa

No

Illegal in every form

Kansas

Yes

No food/beverage

Kentucky

Yes

CBD tea not allowed

Louisiana

Yes

Many product restrictions

Maine

Yes

OK only if CBD extracted from licensed Maine hemp grower

Maryland

Yes

Unclear

Massachusetts

Yes

CBD food/bev requires purity testing

Michigan

Yes

No food/beverage

Minnesota

Yes

No food/beverage

Mississippi

Yes

Must be at least 20:1 CBD:THC ratio

Missouri

Yes

Age 18+ only. Sales require state registration.

Montana

Yes

No food/beverage

Nebraska

Yes

No food/beverage

Nevada

Yes

No food/bev; CBD sales allowed in cannabis stores only

New Hampshire

Yes

Regulations coming

New Jersey

Yes

None

New Mexico

Yes

None

New York

Yes

No food/bev; purity testing required

North Carolina

Yes

No food/beverage

North Dakota

Yes

None

Ohio

Yes

None

Oklahoma

Yes

None

Oregon

Yes

Label regulations coming

Pennsylvania

Yes

No food/bev; label regulations coming

Rhode Island

Yes

Label guidelines coming

South Carolina

Yes

No food/beverage

South Dakota

No

Not legal in any form

Tennessee

Yes

None

Texas

Yes

Label guidelines coming

Utah

Yes

Registration required for sales

Vermont

Yes

Can’t combine CBD with meat or dairy. Maple syrup has its own rules.

Virginia

Yes

None

Washington

Yes

No food/beverage

West Virginia

Yes

No food/beverage

Wisconsin

Yes

No food/beverage

Wyoming

Yes

None

Is CBD Oil Safe?

Side effects of CBD include 

  • nausea, 
  • fatigue and
  • irritability. 

CBD can increase the level in your blood of the blood thinner coumadin, and it can raise levels of certain other medications in your blood by the exact same mechanism that grapefruit juice does. A significant safety concern with CBD is that it is primarily marketed and sold as a supplement, not a medication. Currently, the FDA does not regulate the safety and purity of dietary supplements. So you cannot know for sure that the product you buy has active ingredients at the dose listed on the label. In addition, the product may contain other (unknown) elements. We also don’t know the most effective therapeutic dose of CBD for any particular medical condition.

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