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Riedel said customers stop in her store because doctors recommend using CBD to help wean them off opioids. She also said parents are using it to help treat children who have attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.

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Liposomes are proven to be safe and highly effective—and fully approved by the FDA.
Liposomes are essentially a sacrificial layer of beneficial fats that surround the cannabinoids as they move through the stomach into the GI tract. This allows the cannabinoids to get to the GI tract and taken directly into the bloodstream.


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Throughout Oregon, 11,000 acres are registered for hemp cultivation, with Southern Oregon leading the way.
Because of the change in federal law, his department has seen 260 applications for hemp growing licenses in December, more than double from last year.

So far, 413 total hemp grower applications were received, 329 are new applicants. 84 people are applying for registration again. In 2018, the state received 260 hemp growing license applications.

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A packed room fills Smith County's first-ever 'Lunch and Learn' on hemp farming

The medical marijuana law allows people with maladies such as epilepsy, cancer, multiple sclerosis, Lou Gehrig's disease or intractable pain to buy marijuana-derived CBDs and THC products. Iowa's march to adding a new crop to its 30 million farm acres

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Eighty-four products were purchased and analyzed (from 31 companies). Observed CBD concentration ranged between 0.10 mg/mL and 655.27 mg/mL (median, 9.45 mg/mL). Median labeled concentration was 15.00 mg/mL (range, 1.33-800.00). With respect to CBD, 42.85% (95% CI, 32.82%-53.53%) of products were underlabeled (n = 36), 26.19% (95% CI, 17.98%-36.48%) were overlabeled (n = 22), and 30.95% (95% CI, 22.08%-41.49%) were accurately labeled (n = 26) (Table 1). Accuracy of labeling depended on product type [χ2(1) = 16.75; P = .002], with vaporization liquid most frequently mislabeled (21 mislabeled products; 87.50% [95% CI, 69.00%-95.66%]) and oil most frequently labeled accurately (18 accurately labeled products; 45.00% [95% CI, 30.71%-60.17%]). Concentration of unlabeled cannabinoids was generally low (Table 2); however, THC was detected (up to 6.43 mg/mL) in 18 of the 84 samples tested (21.43% [95% CI, 14.01%-31.35%]), cannabidiolic acid (up to 55.73 mg/mL) in 13 of the 84 samples tested (15.48% [95% CI, 9.28%-24.70%]), and cannabigerol (up to 4.67 mg/mL) in 2 of the 84 samples tested (2.38% [95% CI, 0.65%-8.27%]).