CBD and Hemp Oil, Water and More Legalized with 2018 Farm Bill


The 2018 Farm Bill, which became law on December 20, 2018, legalized hemp and products made from hemp. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell helped write the bill to allow farmers to grow another cash crop. Hemp is a plant in the marijuana family but it does not contain enough cannabinoids to get a user high.

We can use hemp to create many commercial and industrial products. Cloth, rope, paper, biofuel, and insulation are a few of the things made from a hemp crop. They also use it to make food and consumables, like hemp water, CBD water, seeds, and hemp oil. The market for hemp is substantial, but Canada grows most of the hemp used in the United States. The 2018 Farm Bill will let the American farmer get into this $688 million per year market.

One of the most lucrative products made from hemp is CBD oil. CBD relieves chronic pain caused by problems or illnesses such as arthritis or multiple sclerosis. Medical professionals use it to treat seizure disorders like epilepsy. Current research shows that CBD can be useful for reducing anxiety and inflammation, which helps cancer patients through their treatment.

Farming hemp that will produce good CBD is more labor-intensive than growing hemp used for other purposes. The seeds must be planted further apart and harvested by hand. The results are worth it though. Agricultural experts estimate a farmer can make $60,000 from one acre of CBD hemp. America needs new markets like this for our farmers.

Just 4 Life Products offers CBD and Hemp based products such as CBD Oil and Hemp Water. CBD has been shown to have many health benefits. Disclaimer: Just4LifeProducts does not claim that its products will improve any health conditions, so you should make your own judgment based on available info and research.

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