About Indiana & CBD
. Understanding what is Industrial Hemp vs. USA-grown Cannabis Hemp?
Currently in Indiana and nationwide, there is a lot of public confusion between industrial hemp, recreational marijuana and cannabis hemp. Going forward, we must accept the fact that Cannabidiol (CBD) and other Cannabinoids can be derived from both industrial hemp and cannabis, in which the cultivar can focus on the cannabis plant's genetics to have a very potent level of BCD and very low levels of THC at 0.3% of less.
In late March 2018, Indiana Governor Holcomb signed into law Bill 52 that legalized the sale and possession of Hemp-derived CBD. Under Indiana state law and US Federal law, Hemp is classified as having 0.3% THC or less present in the plant.
In today's day and age of technology, our USA cultivars and Farmers have made huge advancements in Cannabis Hemp seed breeding and genetics. They have been able to created some of the most powerful, potent and purest cannabis hemp plants with the highest cannabinoid levels in the marketplace, while still maintaining the federal and state requirements of having 0.3% THC or less in the plant.
Industrial Hemp refers to strains of Cannabis sativa that have been bred specifically for fiber used for clothing and construction, oils and topical ointments, nutritional benefits and a wide and growing variety of other purposes that don’t involve intoxication. It is a plant that has very low THC levels (under 0.03% legal limit) and very high CBD cannabidiol levels.
Therefore, someone in urgent need of healing would want to use CBD derived from cannabis hemp instead of industrial hemp. There are many advantages that cannabis hemp provides over industrial hemp. Furthermore, most Industrial Hemp CBD products come from both Canada and Europe. Even though we can derive CBD from industrial hemp from Non-American farms and use it for CBD, a person using cannabis hemp CBD would feel more of a positive impact in their health than using CBD from industrial hemp.
Additionally, industrial hemp is harvested commercially for its seeds and stalks. Its seeds and stalks are used to produce a number of products, including food, nutritional supplements, medicine, body care products, paper, textiles, building materials, plastic composites, and even biofuels.
Because it thrives under natural conditions, hemp is typically grown outside, with both male and female plants sown closely together to encourage wind pollination and increase seed production. The hemp plant grows sturdy and tall, up to 2 to 4 meters in height, without the need for herbicides or pesticides.
USA cannabis hemp has been cultivated to be naturally higher in Cannabidiol (CBD) than industrial hemp. Anyone looking for a quality Hemp CBD would also want to utilize the full spectrum of the plant, not just the CBD isolate. Using the whole plant allows you to reap the benefits of the other phytonutrients, other cannabinoids and terpenes that the cannabis hemp can provide us for medicinal healing.Finally, Hemp CBD is completely non-psychoactive and therefore won’t cause a high, making it safe for use by anyone, regardless of age.
Matching your medical conditions to the right CBD product can vary by person and their medical condition they are addressing. It may seem slightly overwhelming or complicated when attempting to search for the right CBD brand that matches your body's Endocannabinoid Systems needs for Cannabidiol and the medicinal benefits of the whole plant (Full Spectrum).
There are many variables to consider such as daily dosing requirements, identifying other prescriptions that may interact with your CBD usage, your height & weight and the severity of the medical condition that you attempting to heal.
With proper professional consultation at Waltz Capital CBD Benefit Management Services, we can eliminate the stress of searching and provide you confidence that you have reliable access to high quality, reliable, full spectrum Hemp CBD with nationally known CBD brands from HempLucid and Farmacology.
Understanding what is marijuana?
Marijuana is a cannabis plant that is most frequently harvested for its euphoric, psychoactive properties, which are responsible for making users feel high or stoned. The fibers and stalks of marijuana are not used commercially. Instead, the marijuana plant is cultivated specifically for its flowers, which contain the highest levels of THC in the plant.
Through selective breeding, varieties of marijuana can contain THC concentrations that range from 10% to up to 30%. Marijuana is naturally lower in CBD than THC. Since it contains high levels of THC, use and possession of marijuana, whether for recreational or medical reasons, remains federally illegal in the U.S., although states have passed laws that have legalized either medical or recreational marijuana.
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2. Reduces blood sugar levels.
3. Reduces vomiting and nausea.
4. Reduces inflammations.
5. Reduces the risk of artery blockage.
6. Inhibits cell growth in tumors & cancer cells.
7. Treats psoriasis.
8. Suppresses muscle spasms.
9. Relieves stress & anxiety.
10. Promotes bone growth.
11. Relieves pain.
12. Protects nervous system degeneration.