Cannabidiol News April 26, 2019
Under the umbrella of its Health Sciences Division wholly-owned subsidiary, New Age is shipping its premium portfolio of CBD oils, creams, and lotions beginning 4/25/19, with activation across its entire global direct-to-consumer channel under its ‘NHANCED brand name. The products will be sold immediately through the 30,000 North American direct-to-consumer product consultants, as well as through a new dedicated e-commerce website www.NHANCEDCBD.com to markets worldwide. The portfolio of CBD products will then roll out to Morinda’s direct-to-consumer network across the more than 60 countries around the world throughout the remainder of 2019.
Scott Salisbury opinion… the branding does not work. People can’t be GMP certified.
CBD from GMP-certified sources
GMP stands for good manufacturing practices. We only work with people who are GMP certified, which means all our hemp farmers know exactly what they’re doing, and our vendors and suppliers are top-notch. Only the best for you.
William Delgado, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Falcon Technologies commented, ”We are working diligently to gain a marketing advantage over the other companies currently selling CBD products. We are in the process of acquiring and/or licensing additional web assets in addition to maximumstrengthcbd.com and extendedreleasecbd.com. We will be announcing the launch of our product line over the very short term. ”
Bonny Jo Peterson
Industrial Hemp Association of WA
Industrial Hemp Association of WA
KHQ Right Now
Bill permitting industrial hemp production approved by Washington Legislature
- Seeds will soon be able to be procured from anywhere.
- the whole plant may be used as food
- the 4-mile buffer zone will be eliminated
In 2018, around 250 farmers applied through DATCP to grow industrial hemp in Wisconsin. This year, more than 1,400 applied.
NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth
In an October 2018 Dallas Morning News commentary piece before the election, Creuzot was referenced as saying misdemeanor marijuana possession arrests were a waste of time and resources. Former Carrollton, Texas, police officer Silvestre Tanenbaum argued that “people arrested for marijuana have to pay a money bond in 70 percent of cases. If they can’t afford it, they can be stuck in jail for days or weeks. Those who are convicted receive an average sentence of about 24 days in jail. These sentences do nothing to reduce future marijuana use, but they are long enough to make people lose employment, housing, and child care.”
Currently, Texas law bans all marijuana use, with the exception of low-THC (less than 0.5% by weight) and high-CBD (greater than 10% content by weight) cannabis for epilepsy patients and their caregivers who are listed on the Compassionate Use Registry of Texas, which began operating in February 2018. Those who are charged with possession of less than 4 ounces are subject to up to 180 days in jail and as much as a $2,000 fine.
Elixinol LLC has purchased a 25 percent stake in Altmeds LLC, maker of the hemp-derived cannabidiol (CBD) product Pet Releaf. The move aims to strengthen Elixinol’s relationship with a major private label partner and secure a profitable investment in the hemp-derived CBD pet products market. It will also help ensure that Pet Releaf has the financial resources to innovate, expand and scale.
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