7 Areas Government Policies Could Affect the CBD Industry

The growth of the legal hemp industry has spun a new market with less legal bottlenecks. Short for Cannabidiol, CBD is a byproduct of the industrial cannabis plant that does not contain the THC, the cannabis property that gets consumers high. With a reported growth projection of $22 billion by 2022, the CBD industry is too big to sniff at. Everyone is interested in taking a bite of it. Analysts have called it the next gold rush, and it’s proving to be one. And the government is not looking away from it. In fact, in America, like in many other advanced countries, the government is deeply interested in the CBD industry. With the US government highly invested in the control of the CBD industry, expect to see policies impact its growth over time. Preparing towards these impacts can help the true entrepreneur better navigate the challenges the CBD industry will pose and build a thriving business out of it. 1. Distribution Even though the 2018 Farm Bill passed by President Trump legalizes the use and sale of CBD across all 50 states, the distribution of cannabis products is still under serious restrictions. FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb, M.D., on signing of…

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