The Talk of the Town — The Future of Hemp
“The future of hemp is about the agriculture part of it and also about the fun and health of using hemp extracts as well.”
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TABLE of CONTENTS
- Legal to Stay Legal
- Growth in All Venues
- New Research, New Products
- “Future” Last Words
- Today’s Feature Post
- Strains CBD Weekly Specials “Spotte”
Since the end of the 20th century, hemp in all its glory and variety is making a comeback and is emerging as one of the most rapidly growing agricultural and industrial markets in decades.
The Future of Hemp – Legal to Stay Legal
Hemp has had a roller coaster ride with the law makers not understanding what hemp really is. Because of this they have put it on the illegal list more than once until the 2018 Farm Bill. But it is interesting, where there was a dire need for the fiber benefits of the plant, the “powers that be” put it on the legal side of the ledger. During wars when they needed hardy supplies for the troops and the battles they fought.
Then when they were done with it, hemp was put back in shackles. Today and since the 21018 Farm Bill, hemp has been consistently legal on a federal level even though there are a few states which are still holding out and keep it on the illegal side of the ledger. But as we know, the people have a right to access something from outside their state and will continue to do it because hemp is not going away this time.
So if it is still illegal in your state, you cannot grow an acre of hemp or sell hemp products from a store front. However, no government can forbid you to use a non-intoxicating legal substance in the privacy of your home or your life.
The Future of Hemp – Growth in All Venues
As we know hemp is a very versatile plant in so many aspects of our life and since it was legalized in 2018 the growth has exploded in the agriculture field, hemp-based products for health benefits and beauty. And that is not all. Marijuana and nicotine users have started a steady line of those making a switch to hemp flower to smoke and to vape. Why not, you get all the benefits but not the psychoactive high associated with high THC marijuana.
The economic benefits for growing hemp are broad as many farmers are switching from other traditional crops to hemp. The reason for this switch is the money is better with little extra financial outlay to begin with and so much better for the soil. There is no need to rotate crops because hemp leaves the soil with more nutrients that before.
Hemp forecasters are estimating that licensed hemp acreage will go from 525,000 acres in 2019 to over 9 million by 2030. Hemp is here to stay in agriculture as well as a multiplying of uses for this miracle plant.
The Future of Hemp – New Research, New Products
Research has been kicked into overdrive as scientist are looking for the latest and best for health benefits that can be used by laypeople as well as licensed in the medical field. New cannabinoids have recently come to light like Delta 8 and is being infused into hemp flower nugs (Cherry Diesel D8 Hemp Flower)as well as into gummies (60 mg D8 Gummies).
Terpenes are up and coming because now it has been determined that they have health benefits as well as aroma and flavors for the users. You can now purchase terpenes to dose with separately from whole flower usage.
“Future” Last Words
Hemp forecasters are estimating that hemp sales could inflate to $100 million in sales for products and crop as well. Even though only one or two CBD products have been FDA approved, it has not gone unnoticed that a high percentage of people are realizing so many benefits from CBD products. The future continues to be bright for hemp and the hemp enthusiast.
TODAY’S FEATURE POST
All Things Silicone and the CBD Hemp Flower Smoke
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Dr. Strains CBD has CBG Hemp Flowers
Crawford CBG — Crawford CBG has over 14.6% CBG. There is a substantial medical appeal and the consumer demand is growing as more and more benefit are making a splash. CBG is notoriously expensive to produce so is dubbed “The Rolls Royce of cannabinoids. There is only a small percentage of CBG in the hemp plant compared to the amount of CBD content. It is for sale @ $20.99 to $67.99.
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Dr. Strains CBD Explores D8 Flower “Power”
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