CBD is in industrial hemp. The substance’s popularity shot up ever since the government legalized medical marijuana. Now, hemp containing 0.3% THC is hemp, but if it contains even 0.1% more tetrahydrocannabinol than that, it will be classified as marijuana. Consuming normal amount of hemp containing 0.4% THC may not have any psychoactive effects, but laws are laws. The passing of the 2018 Farm Bill meant that selling and consuming CBD from hemp is legal.

The legalization caused CBD to be more commercially available and over time, more popular. It is amazing that CBD’s popularity has been on an upward curve for a while now because federally it is not allowed to market or promote the medical benefits of this substance.

Still, as we highlight in our FAQ post concerning CBD’s popularity, it is the benefits of this substance that appeal to people. CBD has found both silent and vocal advocates in everyone from movie stars to doctors to athletes.

We are here to not sing hymns of CBD brands, but give you valuable tips on buying, and clear the odd misconceptions regarding this substance. Never take anyone’s opinion that CBD is smoke and mirrors for granted, it is a genuine substance.