The cannabidiol (or as it’s more commonly known, CBD) movement is huge right now. CBD can be found in vape pens, gummies, olive oil, coffee — and even your skin care products.Read the Full Article
Whether you live in one of the world’s colder regions or are planning a ski vacation this season, the dry air that comes with winter — especially at higher altitudes — can take an extreme toll on your skin. As cannabis-infused products continue to take the beauty industry by storm, one lesser-known secret is that the plant can provide serious moisture, relief and protection against the damaging effects of the elements.Read the Full Article
One of the big buzz words of 2018 definitely was “CBD-infused,” for products, though it did raise a lot of eyebrows when one questioned where CBD is commonly known from (hint: marijuana). Now more than ever, beauty brands are realizing just how amazing CBD — medically known as ‘cannabidiol’ — can be for symptoms that range from pain relief, anxiety, and sleep issues. Oh, did we also mention sexual wellness, migraines, and even digestion?Read the Full Article
Here are five local-ish products for that special someone who could use a little TLC this holiday season. (Surprise: It's all of us.)
BY MARY CLARE FISCHER | NOVEMBER 20, 2018
With the signing of the 2018 Farm Bill by President Trump on Thursday, hemp was legalized and put under the regulatory authority of the U.S. Department of Agriculture. And the hemp industry burst into celebration. With the freedom to expand beyond research pilot programs, people in many states are eager to explore the economic potential of industrial hemp, according to cannabis attorney Shawn Hauser of Denver. “Hemp has the potential to be a major new crop, making it a promising new source of jobs and revenue, especially for rural communities,” Hauser said in a statement.Read the Full Article
President Donald Trump has signed hemp legalization into law, a change expected to unleash seismic market changes for the hemp industry. Trump’s signature on the 2018 Farm Bill immediately removes hemp – defined cannabis below 0.3% THC – from the Controlled Substances Act. The change also applies to extracts from hemp, including CBD and other cannabinoids.Read the Full Article
L’eela’s “Chill Pill” CBD Daily Supplements Provide an Assist for Health-Conscious Consumers Looking to Coast into the New Year Stress Free
DENVER (December 17, 2018)—Nearly a quarter of Americans report feeling “extreme stress” during the holiday season, according to a recent American Psychological Association poll. This prolonged season of induced anxiety may be the reason so many consumers resolve to reduce stress in the New Year. But what if there was a “Chill Pill” that helped to feel relief from this mental state?
Hemp could be made legal this week is all goes planned. A bill to legalize hemp could go to vote as early as next week. The bill would legalize hemp cultivation and could be a catalyst for explosive growth in a niche industry that some forecast could
top $20 billion by 2022.
The $800 million U.S. hemp market is made up of products that include the non-psychoactive compound CBD, cannabidiol. Products infused with CBD are used for a wide range of medical conditions, from epilepsy and chronic pain. Laws involving CBD products differ in each state. Many in the cannabis industry voiced their support for the bill.
Overwhelming bipartisan approval of the Farm Bill now sends the legislation to President Trump’s desk for his signature, which could happen as early as next week.
The Farm Bill is omnibus legislation that lays out federal policies for agriculture and the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). Standout legislation from this year’s bill includes provisions for the legal cultivation of industrial hemp in the United States.
Farmers, retailers and cannabis companies will likely benefit big time from the federal government's shift in policy.Read the Full Article
The 2018 Farm Bill was expected to be voted on this Monday, December 10, but that didn’t happen. It’s possible it will still come to a vote this week. It is expected to pass with language legalizing hemp farming. It seems a compromise has been reached between the politicians on issues that had been stalling the legislation.Read the Full Article
The 2018 Farm Bill has passed in the U.S. Senate with a vote of 87-13. The legislation goes to the House next for a vote and if it passes there, it will head to the President’s desk to be signed. Hemp will be switched for review to the Department of Agriculture and away from the Justice Department.Read the Full Article
Grower/Agriculture Legislation and regulation News Congress is expected to vote on the 2018 Farm Bill this week, which includes provisions to legalize industrial hemp. [Dec. 11 update: The U.S. Senate has voted, 87-13, to approve the 2018 Farm Bill. A full U.S. House vote is expected within the week.] Earlier this year, U.S. Sen. Mitch McConnell inserted language from his Hemp Farming Act of 2018 into H.R. 2, the Agriculture and Nutrition Act of 2018 (the Farm Bill), to legalize the cultivation and sale of the plant, which refers to cannabis that contains less than 0.03-percent THC.Read the Full Article
DENVER—September 18, 2018—As demand for cannabidiol (CBD) surges and products flood the market, health-conscious consumers need products they can trust. New CBD body care line L’eela sets a higher standard for integrity with its collection of responsibly sourced hemp-derived CBD supplements and natural topical products. L’eela, developed by experts with deep backgrounds in sustainable cannabis production and ancient healing practices, puts wellness and purpose at the core of its mission.Read the Full Article
Colorado’s cannabis industry faces unique challenges as the marijuana market goes global. How does it build upon its first-mover status? We’ve gathered some of the area’s most respected experts and advocates for 2 panel discussions.Get Tickets Now!
As demand for cannabidiol (CBD) surges and products flood the market, health-conscious consumers need products they can trust. New CBD body care line L’eela sets a higher standard for integrity with its collection of responsibly sourced hemp-derived CBD supplements and natural topical products. L’eela, developed by experts with deep backgrounds in sustainable cannabis production and ancient healing practices, puts wellness and purpose at the core of its mission. Available online and in select retail locations, L’eela was created to elevate CBD products through ayurvedic principles. The line was developed specifically for consumers mindful of what they put in and on their body. L’eela products prioritize the use of therapeutic-grade oils with customized formulations and natural ingredient pairings.Read the Full Article