CBD Resources

It’s time to permanently legalize hemp. Join citizens from across government, the agricultural industry, U.S. manufacturers, the small business community, and beyond, to support legislation (Senate Bill 2667 and House Bill 5485) that would establish hemp as an agricultural commodity, removing it completely and permanently from the purview of the Controlled Substances Act.

Join our movement to permanently legalize hemp. Sign up as a Hemp Supporter. Because Hemp Supports America.

Bill has been passed into law

JOIN US There is much more to do

Resource Links

Agricultural Health Study

cancer.gov/about-cancer/causes-prevention/risk/ahs-fact-sheet

Project CBD.org

projectcbd.org/guidance/cannabis-oil-extraction

projectcbd.org/about/herbal-medicine/clone-concentrate-how-cbd-cannabis-oil-made

Ministry of Hemp
ministryofhemp.com/blog/identify-high-quality-cbd/

ministryofhemp.com/blog/hemp-soil-remediation/

US Hemp Roundtable

Launched in early 2017, the U.S. Hemp Roundtable is a coalition of over 60 hemp companies – representing every link of the product chain, from seed to sale – and all of the industry’s major national grassroots organizations.

Our goal is to secure passage of bi-partisan legislation in the U.S. Congress that would establish hemp as an agricultural commodity, and permanently remove it from regulation as a controlled substance. Our efforts include an aggressive, targeted, grass-tops lobbying campaign that will bring leading farmers and business executives to Washington to  secure final passage of Senate Bill 2667 and House Bill 5485, The Hemp Farming Act of 2018.

In order to build political support – and ensure the long term viability of the industry – the Roundtable’s mission also includes:

  • Facilitating information exchange with law enforcement and federal agency officials
  • The seeding and infrastructure development of an independent, self-regulatory organization (SRO), including the drafting of regulatory-acceptable specifications and standards.
  • Continued long-term legislative advocacy on other major policy issues, remaining vigilant against potential attempts of rival industries to halt hemp’s progress.

Hemp Roundtable News

Is Hemp derived CBD legal

Is Hemp Oil safe

Is Hemp certified

Farm Bill

Year in review about Hemp 2017

Hemp Roundtable News


A long-awaited end to five decades of hemp prohibition has been approved by a House-Senate panel, potentially opening the door to hemp production in all 50 states for any use – including CBD.

The measure is included in the 2018 Farm Bill, which passed the Senate 87-13 on Tuesday and still must pass the House before work is concluded for the year and all pending legislation dies.

Join our movement . Because Hemp Supports America. 

JOIN US

Resource Links

Join the HEMP Business

Agricultural Health Study

cancer.gov/about-cancer/causes-prevention/risk/ahs-fact-sheet

Project CBD.org

projectcbd.org/guidance/cannabis-oil-extraction

projectcbd.org/about/herbal-medicine/clone-concentrate-how-cbd-cannabis-oil-made

Ministry of Hemp 

ministryofhemp.com/blog/identify-high-quality-cbd/

ministryofhemp.com/blog/hemp-soil-remediation/

US Hemp Roundtable

Launched in early 2017, the U.S. Hemp Roundtable is a coalition of over 60 hemp companies – representing every link of the product chain, from seed to sale – and all of the industry’s major national grassroots organizations.

Our goal is to secure passage of bi-partisan legislation in the U.S. Congress that would establish hemp as an agricultural commodity, and permanently remove it from regulation as a controlled substance. Our efforts include an aggressive, targeted, grass-tops lobbying campaign that will bring leading farmers and business executives to Washington to  secure final passage of Senate Bill 2667 and House Bill 5485, The Hemp Farming Act of 2018.

In order to build political support – and ensure the long term viability of the industry – the Roundtable’s mission also includes:

  • Facilitating information exchange with law enforcement and federal agency officials
  • The seeding and infrastructure development of an independent, self-regulatory organization (SRO), including the drafting of regulatory-acceptable specifications and standards.
  • Continued long-term legislative advocacy on other major policy issues, remaining vigilant against potential attempts of rival industries to halt hemp’s progress.

Start your Hemp Business

Hemp Roundtable News

Is Hemp derived CBD legal

Is Hemp Oil safe

Is Hemp certified

Farm Bill

Year in review about Hemp 2017

Hemp Roundtable News

Hemp Farm Bill News Dec 11, 2018 (Passed)

Hemp Roundtable update Dec 12, 2018

Hemp Roundtable announces POTUS signs Farm Bill into law Dec. 20,2018

HempWorx CBD Oil: Highlights

Here are the top 5 reasons why I like this company, and why I decided to promote their products:

  • Sourced from Kentucky-grown hemp. HempWorx definitely isn’t the only CBD brand to have a commercial agreement with Kentucky hemp farms, but the ones who do generally manufacture some of the highest quality CBD products in the country.
  • Incredibly fast shipping. Since HempWorx does a lot of wholesale business with large-scale retail buyers, they have to have a huge amount of stock available at any given time. This is nice for average customers, as it typically means no backorders and same day shipping.
  • Wholesale pricing. Speaking of wholesale, HempWorx offers incredible bulk deals on their range of CBD oils for those who run retail storefronts, dispensaries, etc.
  • Pure CO2 extraction. Combined with the fact that HempWorx sources their raw hemp material from organic Kentucky farms, their use of low-temperature CO2 extraction all but guarantees a pure, potent end product.
  • Buy 3 Get 1 Free. For the thousands of people who buy a monthly supply of CBD at a time, this actually works out to be an incredible deal, and HempWorx is one of the only brands to offer such a big discount for non-wholesale buyers.
  • 100% Made in the USA. As with most things, it’s getting harder and harder to find a truly 100% USA company. Most CBD manufacturers outsource at least some component of their operation to the Asian market, but HempWorx has managed to stay fully American while keeping their prices more than competitive.
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