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Old 05-29-2019, 07:19 AM #11
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CBD can be converted to THC. So it falls under the analog laws I think.
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Old 05-29-2019, 08:44 AM #12
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THC converts to CBN...overtime

CBD is a cannabinoid so it falls under schedule one narcotic

However,

I do believe the reason for legalizing hemp federally came from the idea that cbd is a emerging market and future valued commodity

Its funcking everywhere
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Old 05-29-2019, 04:43 PM #13
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How much to have a bright blue CBD tax stamp? Same price as the bright green thc tax stamp?

Might as well get Kosher cert while I'm at it so my product can be sold in nyc.
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Old 05-30-2019, 04:13 AM #14
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CBD is a cannabinoid so it falls under schedule one narcotic
It was Schedule 1 until the DEA reclassified 'it' as Schedule 5 in September last year. Here's a link to the document they released explaining it.

https://hempindustrydaily.com/wp-con...ex-Opinion.pdf

They say if the extraction or flower or whatever contains other cannbinoids that are Schedule 1,2,3, and/or 4 then it falls into that category instead of Schedule 5.

Before we start drooling over what hemp-loving freedom fighters Donald Trump and Mitch McConnell are there's a big problem. The only 'product' that contains a small enough amount of cannbinoids to qualify as Schedule 5 is the epilepsy drug Epidiolex. Here's a link to the article I got the link from, it explains things better then I can.

https://www.brookings.edu/blog/fixgo...cbd-explainer/

And I got to say, god damn all this shit is confusing. Here is the real gist from the article and the point I think most of the posters here are getting at.

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'Ultimately, the Farm Bill legalizes hemp, but it doesn’t create a system in which people can grow it as freely as they can grow tomatoes or basil. This will be a highly regulated crop in the United States for both personal and industrial production.'
There's also a blurb about Senator Mc Connell at the end of the article. Summarizes exactly why McConnell was eager to get this bill passed.

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McConnell understood much about this issue. First, he knows hemp doesn’t get you high and that the drug war debate that swept up hemp was politically motivated, rather than policy-oriented. Second, Kentucky—the leader’s home state—is one of the best places to cultivate hemp in the world, and pre-prohibition the state had a robust hemp sector. Third, the grassroots interest in this issue was growing in Kentucky, and McConnell knows that his role as Senate Majority Leader hangs in the balance in 2020, as does his Senate seat as he faces re-election that same year. McConnell emerges from the Farm Bill as a hemp hero, but advocates should be hesitant to label him a cannabis champion; Leader McConnell remains a staunch opponent of marijuana reform and his role in the Senate could be the roadblock of Democratic-passed legislation in the 116th Congress.
I think McConnell is less of a hemp hero and more of a rich guy who smells easy money.
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That is the catch right there!
If you want CBD it better be Epidiolex or your going to jail under the analog law.
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yeah, when people like john boehner go pro cannabis youve got to wonder also...

he refers to it as "the product"

https://www.npr.org/2019/03/16/70408...s-it-to-be-leg

oh well, whatever ...just get the shit done already and legalize it

...did not know that about cbd thanks for all the info revv

Its @the gas station, mall, bookstore, and everywhere

I think if the repubs really wanted to sink their teeth in they could just make an announcement

The way trump likes to do....

"Today we have decided or let me put it this way... I have decided to Legalize for recreational and medical use the distribution and cultivation of cannabis on a Federal Level

In fact I'm just getting rid of the system of schedule narcotics altogether

I decided I dont like it and we are getting rid of it

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CBD can be converted to THC. So it falls under the analog laws I think.
Time dust off the 1970's thai power iso 2 with all this cbd isolate grams at 20 bucks..
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Did the FDA ever make a decision on this??
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I made a statement a while back saying that CBD oil that is not FDA approved and not bought at a phamracy would soon land you in jail.

As usual I was told to don my tinfoil hat so I did...LOL
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CBD oil is illegal and a felony without a prescription.
Well here it is in the news, maybe some folks could benefit from some tinfoil in their lives too.

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They’d barely been open for a day when a dozen police arrived to put them both in handcuffs. Dreyson spent the weekend in jail. Now, even with #hemp fully legalized at the federal level earlier this week, they both face felony charges for possessing hemp-based CBD oil supplements!

In 2017, Ohio police arrested a man for having a container of CBD oil on his passenger seat and charged him with felony drug possession.

https://www.nbcdfw.com/investigation...505159071.html
In North Texas, however, the Tarrant County District Attorney’s Office has a different opinion, and it means jail time, possibly for a felony, for people possessing even small amounts of CBD.

Although CBD is no longer a schedule I drug under the Controlled Substances Act, the Food and Drug Administration, for example, considers all CBD products illegal no matter their source.

All medicine must be approved by the FDA and distributed by a phamacy.

I tried to tell y'all but you all just laughed and called names.
But I keep plodding on.

Plodding (of a person) thorough and hard-working but lacking in imagination or intelligence.

yeah same here even though all the information I cited was from the FDA

oh well
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