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At the present time, the US Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) lists marijuana and its cannabinoids as a Schedule I controlled substance, arguably due to THC’s psychedelic effects. This means that cannabis cannot legally be possessed, sold or prescribed. Having said that, 16 states in the United States have already CBD-specific passed laws. Hemo-derived CBD, a THC-absent variety of cannabis sativa, had been declared legal by the industry on account of the legality of hemp itself. Confusion arose, however, when the DEA issued a statement in December 2016 stating that any derivative “from any plant of the genus Cannabis” will continue to be treated as Schedule I controlled substances, lumping cannabis and hemp together. Its legality is unclear though, as in 2004 a Federal Court ruled that hemp was OK to traffic. What is clear though, is that with research on CBD and cannabis showing indisputably positive results, legalization has been picking up pace around the globe. And with CBD hemp oil already legal throughout much of the US, Australia and the EU, millions of people are already experiencing the benefits of CBD, with numbers only increasing exponentially.
Hemp refers to the non-psychoactive varieties of Cannabis Sativa (less than 1% THC). Both 'marijuana' and hemp come from the same cannabis species.
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CBD is one of at least 113 active cannabinoids identified so far in cannabis. It is non-psychoactive and does not make you feel 'high'.