VANCOUVER, British Columbia, March 28, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Yield Growth Corp. (CSE:BOSS) (OTCQB:BOSQF) (Frankfurt:YG3) is pleased to announce that it has completed product development of Urban Juve Micellar Water, a new, gentle facial cleanser, which is in the final testing phase before launch.
The result: Beboe Therapies Face Serum ($148), an all-natural formula featuring 300 mg of full-spectrum CBD, and Beboe Therapies Sheet Masks ($78), loaded with 50 mg of CBD, plant-extracted alpha hydroxy acids, ceramides, and vitamins designed to calm skin and promote cell renewal. Hitting shelves on Monday, April 1, the skincare brand makes its debut both online, and via the brand’s partnership with Barneys, which recently opened a shop-in-shop dedicated to luxury cannabis products, The High End, in its Beverly Hills location.
CBD For Life was launched in February of 2016 by its co-founders Beth Stavola and Julie Winter, who are well-recognized as leaders and innovators in the cannabis and CBD industries. Beth Stavola is being featured as an honoree this year for the “2019 High Times Women of Weed” and was recognized as Inc.com’s “Top 100 Female Founders” in 2018. The brand’s CBD-infused pain management and beauty products have been featured in a wide range of online and print publications including Forbes, Shape, Marie Claire, Women’s Health, Cosmopolitan and Allure. CBD For Life’s product lineup has also been featured in stories by multiple broadcast news outlets in the New York City metro area and its products have received numerous accolades including the 2018 Skincare Award Winner for the Hollywood Beauty Awards “Product of the Year”.
BOULDER, CO, March 28, 2019 /PRNewswire/ – Charlotte’s Web Holdings, Inc. (“Charlotte’s Web” or the “Company”) (CSE:CWEB, OTCQX:CWBHF), the market share leader in hemp-derived CBD extract products, today reported financial results for the fourth quarter and year ended December 31, 2018. All amounts are expressed in United States dollars. Certain metrics, including those expressed on an adjusted basis, are non-IFRS measures.
NO to CBD-containing supplements or food additives CVS Health is already selling CBD products in some states, USA Today reports. Spokesman Mike DeAngelis said the pharmacy will sell CBD as “creams, sprays, roll-ons, lotions and salves,” though not as edibles. “We are not selling any CBD-containing supplements or food additives,” DeAngelis said, according to USA Today.
VANCOUVER, British Columbia, March 27, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Although often overshadowed by the importance of marijuana retail and branding, cannabis extraction is a vital component of any vertically integrated cannabis company. Not only do in-house extraction operations allow cannabis companies to avoid outsourcing costs, but it also enables the potential for additional revenue streams and more rapid product ideation. With cannabis edibles, extracts, and topicals expected to be legal in the Canadian market later this year, we examine some of the marijuana industry’s largest cannabis extractors.
“Nextleaf Solutions has succeeded in beating big pharma, big tobacco, big alcohol and every single billion-dollar cannabis company to the first issued patent for the extraction and purification of cannabinoids,” Nextleaf CEO Paul Pedersen said in a statement. “We believe companies that can develop and protect valuable intellectual property will benefit substantially in the long term, especially in an industry as young as the cannabis industry.”
According to Quarles, the number of hemp grower applications this year in Kentucky is expected to increase about five times from 2018. Permitted cultivation of hemp is on track to top 50,000 acres in 2019, up from 16,000 acres a year ago.
COLUMBUS – A bill to legalize hemp and hemp-derived CBD is moving quickly through the Ohio Statehouse in large part because of complaints about recent crackdowns on CBD.Senate Bill 57 would set up a framework for regulating hemp cultivation and processing, which includes extracting the compound cannabidiol, or CBD. The bill passed the Ohio Senate in a 30-0 vote on Thursday and now goes to the House for consideration.
The driver told investigators he was given the shipment at night and was not aware of what it contained. He has not been arrested since he cooperated with the investigation and it’s believed he did not know what was in his shipping container.