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This Week In CBD

In the midst of the sales, the turkey, and all that we are thankful for CBD Oil Solutions brings you the biggest CBD related headlines of the past week. Major media coverage expands, Parents and Children Talk CBD Success Stories, CBD Inspires Entrepreneurship, and More in This Week in CBD!

 

One of the UK’s Biggest Media Outlets, The Times, Talks CBD

Cannabidiol Oil (also known as CBD Oil) is continuing to gain global attention. Nearly every week new mainstream media outlets are publishing stories about the industry, products, and potential health benefits. The author even mentions that at nearly every social gathering they’ve attended in 2017 in Oxfordshire, at some point there has been a secretive little huddle whispering over one particular subject — cannabis oil. It seems that more and more people are taking drops of the stuff under their tongue at night — not to get high, but to cure all manner of ailments, from sleep problems and anxiety to back pain, the menopause and even skin problems.

Source: The Times

 

Australian Bakeries in Australia Begin Using Hemp Again After Two-Decade Long Battle

A third-generation operator of Benalla bakery Alpine Breads, Mr. Andrew Bertalli began advocating for hemp food purchases after coming across the products 18 years ago. He joined the push to legalise industrial hemp in food products in Australia. Now, after two decades of lobbying politicians, the Council of Australian Governments will officially pass the legislation this month for hemp to be consumed as food.

Until now, hemp products have been limited to the textiles, building and cosmetics industries. “It’s huge; it’s a bit surreal – I can’t believe how long it has taken,” Mr Bertalli says. “We’re talking about a super food and super grains; they’ve been there for hundreds of years and we haven’t used them.”

Source: Bendigo Advertiser

 

A 12 Year Old From Colorado Has Sued The United States Attorney General Over Her Use of Cannabis Oil

If you’re getting sued by a 12 year old you may need to check yourself. That’s the case  for US Attorney General Jeff Sessions who is being sued by a 12-year-old girl over the nation’s marijuana policy. Colorado native Alexis Bortell has filed a lawsuit claiming that the federal prohibition on marijuana is unconstitutional. Bortell uses a strain of cannabis oil called Haleigh’s Hope to help with her seizures, and hopes that the lawsuit will help normalize and further legalize marijuana, she told Fox 31 Denver.

Bortell was diagnosed when she was a young child and traditional medicine was not helping. She and her family moved to Colorado from Texas so they could legally obtain cannabis oils to help treat the sixth-grader.

Source: Newsweek

Phoenix New Times Explores The CBD Oil Boom

A  Phoenix entrepreneur once part of the medical marijuana industry is moving into CBD. After being arrested for illegal firearms possession, Chris Martin, his former prison cellmate, and others are looking to go legal. Martin is renovating a dilapidated strip-mall space in Phoenix, AZ with a retail shop at the front of the unit and is outfitting the back with new appliances and equipment to help crank out new product lines for pets and people.

Through their two main companies, Hempful Farms and Paw Puddy, Martin and his crew make more than 30 CBD-containing items including CBD Tinctures, salves, patches, capsules, candies, edibles like s’mores and brownies, inhalers, vape cartridges, eye drops, and dabbable concentrates like shatter and wax.

Source: Phoenix New Times

 

AP’s Gift Ideas for Yogis, Gym Rats and Wellness Lovers Includes CBD

We’ve never heard of Mirai Clinicals but we sure have heard of the Associated Press! The AP, which is syndicated by thousands of news outlets nationwide, included the CBD infused bath bombs in their gift idea guide for those with active lifestyles.

Source: Washington Post

 

Actor, Martial Artist, UFC Fighter and Commentator Bas Rutten Talks CBD and Opioid Crisis

Bas Rutten is a friend of CBD Oil Solutions and his medical chart goes on for miles. Bas knows a lot about healing and what can go wrong with good medical intentions. He is also an ambassador for one of the brands we carry, Receptra Naturals.

In the wake of opioid-disgraced fighters who had become addicted to painkillers and killed their careers, Bas Rutten speaks of CBD oil as the better alternative for athletes. Bas speaks of  “The Smashing Machine” Mark Kerr, who at the height of his career was brought down by opioid addiction.

Bas Rutten also reflected on his struggle with addiction. He had had a painkiller problem that started after his last fight in 2006. He had started taking Vicodin in order to survive the pain he experience post-fight. “It starts with one pill, then it becomes two, four, seven, ten, and slowly but surely, you are upping the count, and before you know it, you’re taking insane amounts of painkillers.” Rutten said about the experience.

Doctors then told Rutten that the Vicodin he is taking is damaging his liver, and offered him Oxycontin as a substitute. But it soon stopped working as well after a while. He realized what was happening to him and he stopped. In retrospect, he stated, “if there would have been CBD at that time, I might have not become addicted to painkillers. I really hope that all fighters and other athletes will use CBD instead of painkillers.”

Source: My MMA News

 

North Dakota CBD Store Owner  Fights Back Against Confused Legislation

A Bismarck store owner has joined the battle against the DEA to remove CBD oil from the schedule one drug category. Lonna Brooks, who owns Terry’s Health Products was forced to stop selling CBD oil at its store after the police department sent in the oil for testing this past May. She says she does not understand why she was forced to take her oils down when other stores in the state did not.

Instead of being passive, Lonna took action. She joined the Hemp Industries Association after she was told to take her CBD oil off of shelves in May.  Now, she is preparing for a hearing against the DEA to remove CBD oil from being a schedule one drug.

“My goal is to just be able to get this back on my shelves. I want people to understand that I do not profit from a lawsuit against the DEA. So I’m not suing for a profit,” said Brooks. The lingering question is why it is a schedule one drug if it doesn’t have T-H-C. And why this business was forced to take it off of their shelves?

Just one month back we covered how a North Dakota Newspaper called For CBD Clarification.

Source: KFYR TV

 

High School Senior Starts Hemp CBD Business

At the young age of 16, Garrett Greller was diagnosed with juvenile arthritis. Garrett was a rising tennis star and was worried that the pain would prevent him from achieving his dreams of playing NCAA tennis in college. After his diagnosis he had to stop almost all physical activity. When it came to treating his arthritis, he had trouble finding something that eased his pain.

“I tried everything the doctors gave me,” Greller said. “I tried medicine and shots in the leg. The prescription medications all made me throw up and I was prescribed opioids and none of them worked.” Greller, now a senior media advertising major, knew he needed something different.

Through a family friend, he was referred a marijuana-based topical product that helped him with his pain around age 18. While this product is legal in his home state of California, Greller discovered that it is illegal in Indiana. He would not be able to use this while at IU.

After knowing Greller was moving to Indiana, Garrett and his father, Howie Greller, decided to start working on a Cannabidiol-based product for people suffering from pain like Garrett.

They decided to create Uncle Bud’s, a hemp-based topical for pain relief to help to people like Greller.

Garrett used crowdfunding website Indiegogo to kickstart his project and raised over 75 percent of his $20,000 goal within the first 10 days, but he said he was then shut down after legal troubles. “I was projected to reach about $100,000, but websites like Indiegogo work based on algorithms and once it sees the word CBD, it instantly shuts it down,” Garrett said. “This has happened several other times, last time in October, with banks, too.”

Source: Indiana Daily Student

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