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On the heels of hemp legalization, regulators have fired a ‘warning shot’ to the $1 billion CBD industry

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    Earlier this month, in the United States, there is a plant that is somewhat identical to marijuana and has now become legal to grow as well.

    Because of this, the Farm Bill of the United States which was signed by the president of the country, Donald Trump and was thus converted into a law at the end of December.

    According to the new law, the farmers of America will now be able to plant as well as harvest “Hemp” which is a strain of the same species of plant from which originates marijuana.

    Source: Business Insider

    However, the law’s passage does not mean that one can buy or even use the products made from hemp. This also includes the products that are made with CBD which is a highly touted ingredient of wellness.

    Immediately after the bill was signed by the president of the United States, i.e. the Farm Bill which gave right to the farmers to start with the farming of the hemp legally for the first time, the regulators of the United States from the “Food and Drug administration” had sent out a statement in which they had underlined the powers of theirs so as to manage a variety of products of cannabis.

    Source: Business Insider

    This range included drugs and foods along with supplements that are manufactured with CBD which is a derivative of hemp.

    According to the analysts of the industry, this bill could come up as a surprise to several nascent businesses that have been preparing of taking advantage of the novel legal status of hemp.

    The derivative industry of hemp which comprises of CBD already is worth $1 billion thereby making a growing industry.

    Therefore the entrepreneurs are expected to use this new law so as to prime the concerned businesses for their boom.

    Source: Business Insider, Trendolizer

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