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The only thing a strain of cannabis needs to retain hemp status is having THC levels below 0.3%

So many different things have changed to federal laws in the past 40 years. Some of the biggest swings have been regarding the government’s view on drugs & drug laws. On 1 end of the spectrum, pharmaceutical drugs that are controlled by the DEA appreciate opiates & benzodiazepines have been more heavily regulated than they ever have been before. Patients in serious & bad pain are usually extremely turned off from physicians who have become bullish regarding what used to be widely accepted practices with prescribing pain medications. There was a sizable uptick in opiate abuse over the past decade, but few people know that media portrayals have obfuscated a few substantial facts. Movements in addiction rates have been related to illegal opiate abuse more than legal opiate prescriptions given by licensed physicians. In essence, the numbers are lumped together, which makes it even harder for pain patients to get the medications they desperately need for a minimal quality of life. While these medicines have seen crackdowns, the federal government has loosened its stance on marijuana use. They have allowed certain locations to pass their own laws regarding medical & recreational marijuana. They also made CBD legal nationwide, as long as it is being extracted by hemp plants. The only thing a strain of cannabis needs to retain hemp status is having THC levels below 0.3%. This hemp flower looks very similar to high THC marijuana, but it is 100% legal in all 50 states. My city is condo to a sizable hemp cultivation & extraction facility that has its own CBD extraction lab inside. They sell their CBD products on the internet to locales all over the world.

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