I think the reality is though, in states that have already passed the legislation for pilot programs, remember, there are 40 of them, to avoid FDA oversight, you simply don't make any sort of medical or health claims on the label or in advertising. Then, the product doesn't fall under their jurisdiction, as a drug, it falls under the jurisdiction of the agriculture bodies and associated compliance regulators, as an agricultural crop.
In other words, it would seem if all you are doing is growing the agricultural commodity and selling it to a processor, then it would be hard to find yourself in a position to warrant FDA oversight.
From a farming standpoint, just because you grow cotton doesn't mean you know a single thing about making t-shirts. Hemp is just another textile, in that sense, grown as a crop and sold for whatever stuff other people do with it.
Perhaps, I'm wrong?
Bunch of fake ass neo-capitalists masquerading as counter
culture cannabis enthusiasts with their thinly veiled
self-justifications catering to the morally
ambiguous for the sake of the
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