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The Benefits Of CBD Hemp Oil--You & What It Really Is

Posted by on 2/5/2018 to News

Anyone who knows me knows that I am big on natural ways to manage my body's wellbeing-health.
And CBD has become a part of that for me ! With great happiness I can say that it works for me and many others ! Just look it up and see the personal testimonies of so many people ! 
It is absolutely amazing what the little drops of cbd has managed to help others with and how it is changing lives! And the good thing is you can't overdose on it ! It is oil from hemp-a food supplement ! It is not something that gets you high !
There is lots of research and research continues as we speak ! And that research is pretty amazing !

Many people are confused and misunderstand what CBD-cannabidiol is...Research does show that it is helpful in our body's wellbeing...Our very own body has its own endocannabinoid system that regulates the body's internal balance and are found throughout the body including the brain, immune cells and organs...CBD oil does not contain THC so NO you do not cannot get high from it and will not fail a drug test....LEGAL CBD Oil is made from hemp...The CBD Oil from CBD BioCare Is made from TSA hemp grown right here in the USA in Kentucky on a farm that is championing the worlds leading hemp genetics,cbd formulations and groundbreaking legislation ! ...They focus on scaling premium agricultural hemp for food products to promote easy availability locally, nationally and globally...."to simply deliver wellness and quality of life to the world by helping farmers farm"...They have a team of in house developers, scientists, operators and botanists to ensure industry leading quality...All products are tested for safety and quality by independent laboratories....They have a hemp research campus...They use whole plant hemp extract full spectrum (i.e. CBD and a natural balance of cannabinoids, flavonoids, and terpenes) And that is where CBD BioCare CBD oil comes from.

"Hemp, by law required to be very low in tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), is the non-psychotropic version of cannabis with superfood status.  In 2003, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services wrote patents on some of the cannabinoid molecules found in hemp, referring to them as “antioxidants and neuroprotectants.”

Recently, hemp oils high in cannabinoids such as cannabidiol (CBD), have gained fame due to the amazing evidence of their miraculous neuroprotective impact on little Charlotte Figi’s life – displayed to the world by CNN and sold under the Charlotte’s Web brand.  Now, millions realize that these neuroprotective, antioxidant, and anti-inflammatory benefits extend to a variety of health applications, including neurological issues like mild anxiety, pain from exercise-induced inflammation, and dozens more significant issues.

Many Americans are confused over the legality of hemp because it is not available for general farming like corn or soybeans. Until 2014, only imported hemp was legal in the U.S. according to federal law.  Thus, America is the largest importer of hemp products in the world, mostly from China, Canada and Europe."

There are only three ways to legally acquire CBD in the U.S.:


It is currently legal to import cannabidiol processed from hemp stalks and seeds, in concord with a 2004 9th Circuit court decision. Imported CBD extracted from the hemp flower is not in compliance with current importation under this decision, and hence these imports are subject to seizure.


CBD extracted from cannabis can be acquired in a state with a legal Medical Marijuana (MMJ) program. This CBD cannot move across state lines. As a controlled substance, it is limited to serving only those residing in that state.


The most beneficial way to acquire CBD in the U.S. is from a legal hemp program in a state that is fully compliant with Federal Farm Bill section 7606. The State of Kentucky has the best legislative and regulatory pathway to empower hemp programs to grow, cultivate, process, and market hemp and hemp-derived CBD. The Kentucky Department of Agriculture (KDA) clearly articulates that the hemp flower is to be processed as an agricultural commodity, in other words, as food.

How Their Farm Trusted Hemp Products are Legal:

The 2014 Farm Bill (Agricultural Act of 2014) changed the legal status of hemp in the U.S.  Section 7606 conveyed to state Departments of Agriculture and institutions of higher learning the ability to grow, cultivate, process, and market hemp as long as research projects were conducted in accordance with corresponding state and federal laws.

While a small path to accessing this American grown superfood thus became available, it wasn’t until an August, 2016, issuance of a Statement of Principles by the USDA (also co-signed by DOJ/DEA and HHS/FDA) that federal agencies had a legal basis for the broad federal acceptance of hemp.   Recent clarification has removed most of the legal questions about the movement of hemp and hemp-derived products over state and international lines.

Kentucky’s leadership in hemp reform, stemming from its long history as the dominant American supplier of hemp products, has ensured that Kentucky’s farmers and processors are in the vanguard of this re-emerging agricultural commodity.

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