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It may be tempting to rush into the CBD market before it's too late, but follow these guidelines if you want to start with a splash not a splat.
Strong consumer demand for CBD and the prospect of a legal supply from domestically grown hemp is fueling a boom.
Hemp has vast potential as an environmentally benign source of many fundamentals of modern life.
By legalizing hemp, the Farm Bill sets the stage for a national and international trade in CBD that will dwarf the market for THC products limited to individual states.
Trump has signaled he will sign the landmark Farm Bill, allowing hemp to be grown legally in all 50 states.
Hemp is likely to soon be a major domestic crop but the nation has nearly no capacity to process the tough fiber.
Hemp was a major commodity product for centuries. Now, after decades of prohibition, it looks like it will be again.
CBD is becoming ubiquitous despite being, strictly speaking, not quite legal everywhere.
For decades DEA has insisted marijuana has no legitimate use, even as it made research into medical marijuana nearly impossible. That contradiction is coming to an end.