Georgia farmers would now be able to grow hemp crops

Georgia farmers would now be able to grow hemp crops

Hemp legalization in the United States has dramatically impacted the consumer market flooding it with plenty of hemp-derived CBD products. Several companies have joined the CBD industry, offering products infused with CBD such as gummies, chocolates, gel, creams, topical, tincture, capsules, vape pens, pet treats, etc.  The Farm Bill that legalized hemp for recreational purposes was overall welcomed by the US, but there were some states reluctant about the potency of CBD and its effectiveness. Additionally, the lack of research about CBD and its medicinal claims back then worried enforcement officials and state governments the most.  However, the CBD industry has been growing rapidly ever since the Farm Bill was passed. By the end of this year, state officials plan to submit proposed rules to the US federal government for growing hemp. This means that Georgia farmers would be able to legally begin raising hemp crops as early as this spring.  Hemp is a cannabis genus plant, which is used to derive CBD or cannabidiol, the wildly popular substance used for an array of medical benefits. Marketers claim that CBD is a potent chemical that can treat a variety of ailments, however, there’s a lot of research that needs to…

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