Hemp Is Good, but Probably Won't Save America's Struggling Farmers
Experts worry that hemp advocates have overhyped its potential as a cash crop.
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Steve Bannon is helping raise millions to get the border wall built — out of hemp
He's backing a private project that has raised an astonishing $22 million from small donors, in just over a month.
Even Willie Nelson Makes CBD Coffee Now
With Willie’s Remedy, we can all aspire to be as relaxed as the cannabis-loving country singer.
Congress Just Legalized Hemp, but What Does That Mean for CBD?
CBD products are everywhere, but lawmakers have left them in a legal gray area.
The US Just Legalized Hemp, Which Is a Key Source of CBD
The Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018 is a breath of fresh air for hemp farmers and may pave the way for the rescheduling of CBD.
Young Farmers Are Cashing in on Hemp to Live Happier
In recent years, media attention has attributed the anxiety, depression, and suicide among farmers to factors beyond their control. Could growing cannabis for CBD turn the tide?
I Visited a Cannabis Farm to Find Out How CBD Oil Is Made
THC is purposely bred out of these plants so they can produce CBD oil—the ubiquitous wellness mojo that seems to be everywhere and in everything.
A Tour of Germany's First Pick-Your-Own-Plant Hemp Farm
Joe Bayer has spent thousands cultivating his four acres of hemp. Now he wants people to take as much as they like.
CBD Products Are Everywhere, but Is CBD Legal? Not Exactly
The compound being advertised as a miracle cure for many conditions exists in a legal gray area.
Somehow, the Ridiculous War on Hemp Is Still Going On
Though more and more farmers are growing the crop, a patchwork of federal and state laws are still holding many back.
The Latest Effort to Map the Weed Genome Will Focus on Pot That Doesn’t Get You High
Scientists at the University of California Davis have launched a new project studying the hemp DNA sequence.
Kentucky Lawmakers Are Leading the Fight to Federally Legalize Hemp
Congresspeople in the Bluegrass state say it's time to stop threatening the $688 million industry.