I’m also a super health nut and they are basically growing organically and will be getting certification in a year or so. Plus their hemp comes from Denmark, so they have very safe growing practices there unlike some of the other companies that source from China. I was on two handfuls of pills a day including Opioids; It seems I lost so years of my life to needless suffering.
I am going to try CBD oil from hemp from a highly recommended manufacturer called Highland Pharms. I am wondering if anyone has had any help with the cbd hemp oil especially for sleep. Though I have burning nerve pain my sleep is terrible at best. I can not take anything overly sedating because it causes breathing problems for me so I am on nothing at the moment.
Do your research and find the right doctor who will prescribe you MMJ. It’s your life it’s your chronic pain own up to it and be proactive.
One day I heard about all the people Medical Marijuana was helping, so I approached my doctor. It took some months, but I finally convinced her to let me try it.
As it stands, the official statement that you link to is regarding “a DERIVATIVE OF MARIJUANA that many refer to as ‘Charlotte’s Web’or ‘CBD oil.” and IS NOT a statement regarding HEMP DERIVED CBD oil. I use the products from Bluebird Botanicals because they use third party testing, so I know it’s not contaminated with anything and has the amount of CBD they claim it does.
Now some days I don’t even remember what Fibro pain is like, I have no more Migraines my IBS-C is much better controlled, and I am Not taking any more Opioids, none, zip, zilch, nada hemp seed oil for hair. So I think that medical Cannabis is the only choice we have to relieve our Fibromyalgia symptoms until they come out with a miracle pill. I’ve been through enough and I know everyone with Fibromyalgia feels this way too so what do you have to lose.
Therefore, cultivating hemp without a permit to do so from the DEA remains a federal crime. The only exception is the 2014 federal Farm Bill which allows state departments of agriculture, universities, and colleges to cultivate hemp without a permit from the DEA for educational and research purposes. Because of the prohibition on hemp cultivation without a DEA permit, the hemp products we see in the U.S. typically come from hemp imported from overseas. This means that companies and individuals may freely sell CBD derived from processed hemp (not from marijuana), imported from outside the U.S.