CBD & Hemp

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) clarified on Friday that hemp seeds can be imported into the U.S., and that the Justice Department no longer has a role in that process.

What might have been an FDA attempt to hit the pause button while it sorts through the regulatory haze has not slowed an explosion of openly marketed CBD products.

Consumer Reports surveyed more than one thousand CBD users nationwide to find out whether it’s changing their lives -- and how.

The conservative state is on the front lines of what is expected to be a booming hemp industry nationwide.

For most of us, spring weather can feel refreshing after a long winter. But unfortunately for allergy sufferers, all spring brings is a season of sneezing, wheezing, and feeling downright terrible.

The Illinois Department of Agriculture held a hearing for public comment last week regarding proposed rules for industrial hemp.

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