The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has been keeping an eye of the growing popularity of hemp-derived cannabidiol, especially those CBD companies that have been making medical claims.
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Last week, Target became one of the first major retailers to start selling CBD-based products. As news of its new offering broke, Target quietly pulled the products, CBD-containing pills and oils from Charlotte’s Web, from its online inventory on Thursday.
DENVER, July 14, 2017 /Weed Wire/ — Dewmar International BMC, Inc. (OTC PINK: DEWM) a diversified operating company that conducts business across a multitude of synergistic business sectors announced today that its Nevada subsidiary, United States Hemp Corporation, has created a wholly-owned subsidiary by the name of Cannabis Intellectual Property Holdings, LLC in order to protect a number of medical cannabis intellectual property assets.
WASHINGTON, May 1, 2017 /Weed Wire/ – Continuing his fight to help families with children suffering from debilitating forms of epilepsy, Congressman Scott Perry joined with Senator Corey Gardner (R-CO) to reintroduce the Charlotte’s Web Medical Access Act of 2017.
As the Western Hemisphere heads into fall, a strange thing is starting to happen across the pond. Not one but several companies who manufacture and distribute cannabinoid-processed end products are looking to European expansion.
While it is a far cry from rolling back prohibition altogether, the legalization wave appears to be crashing upon the beaches of the British Isles this summer. As of July 31, 2015, the branded “Charlotte’s Web” CBD oil went on sale in England after it was legalized last month.
DENVER, Aug. 11, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — CW Botanicals and Mary’s Nutritionals today announced a partnership that expands the ways in which clients can take the Stanley Brothers’ Charlotte’s Web™ hemp oil.
A medical marijuana bill is on the fast track to move forward in the Florida state legislature. The bill, SB 7066, hopes to fix some of the problematic wording in a 2014 bill, SB 1030, which legalized a low-THC high-CBD strain of medical marijuana called Charlotte’s Web.
The Florida senate bill designed to authorize the medical use of low-THC strains of cannabis has been put on hold yet again due to opposition from patients and potential applicants.
Republican state Sen. Jeff Brandes has filed a bill with the Florida Legislature to expand the state’s limited medical cannabis program.
For Florida cannabis supporters, the 2014 election was a bittersweet moment. An overwhelming 58 percent of Floridians voted to legalize medical marijuana, but sadly it was not enough.
The collapse of the American hemp industry is one of the strangest consequences of cannabis prohibition. For most of U.S. history, hemp, a non-psychoactive variety of cannabis sativa, was regarded as a versatile crop.
In the United States, there is a growing trend of state legislatures that are legalizing limited versions of medical marijuana. These states, such as Florida, legalized a non-psychoactive strand of marijuana that only contains the chemical CBD.
A Florida judge has thrown out a set of rules proposed by the state Department of Health regarding medical marijuana.
Millions of Florida residents waiting to receive non-euphoric medical marijuana may have to wait a little longer. Costa Farms, a Miami-based nursery, has filed a legal challenge to the newly developed rules regarding the roll-out of the non-euphoric strain of medical marijuana, dubbed Charlotte’s Webb.
On November 4, voters in Florida will vote on the legalization of medical marijuana. With 9 out of 10 Floridians in support of the proposed measure, it is expected to pass. In preparation for the imminent passage of the ballot amendment, one company has big plans to become the largest medical marijuana supplier in the state.
Another bipartisan pro-cannabis bill is making its way through the House of Representatives. Similar to laws passed in Georgia and Florida, the “Charlotte’s Web Medical Hemp Act of 2014,” would legalize the use of medical cannabis in children suffering from severe epileptic seizures.
Nancy Reagan told the country to “Just say no” to drugs way back in 1988. Many people in the United States have been taking issue with saying no to one of the drugs on the list, especially for medical purposes. Voters in state elections from coast to coast have been legalizing marijuana for medical purposes since before the turn of the millennium. Now, the democratic marijuana mania has spread to the Sunshine State.
The monumental moment of marijuana legalization in Washington and Colorado was a huge step for acceptance nationwide, but under the radar there is another story silently sweeping the nation. Across the United States, state legislatures appear to be easing their restrictions on marijuana and allowing some medicinal use.
The Miami Herald reported on May 1, 2014, that Florida Gov. Rick Scott (R) will sign the low-THC “Charlotte’s Web” medical marijuana bill (SB 1030) that the Florida House passed in a landslide vote of 111-7. CBS Miami reports some who might have voted against the bill felt “their hearts were swayed by the stories of parents seeking to help children with severe epilepsy.” Even though the Senate also passed the Bill, the House made some changes that will require the Senate to vote again before the bill goes to Gov. Rick Scott.