Total THC for Compliance

With the passage of H.R. 2 in December of 2018, the Cannabis industry was born on the Federal level. This historic moment ushered in new Federal language and concepts around Hemp that unfortunately leave our industry with more questions than answers. One of these questions is the debate between total THC vs. only Delta-9 for... Continue Reading →

NCIHA Press Release Regarding CBD and the FDA

Dear North Carolina Hemp Industry, On Friday I had an informative and engaging conversation with Joe Reardon, Assistant Commissioner of NC Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, regarding recent reports of warning letters sent to Hemp/CBD processors across the state. I was relieved to know that North Carolina is trying to be assertive with an... Continue Reading →

North Carolina Based Hemp Bounces Back

Grown 2 Gold, LLC helps local cultivators battle back after Florence WILMINGTON, N.C. – November 21, 2018 /Canna Newswire/ –  Grown 2 Gold, LLC, which is a North Carolina based multi-level hemp company, has been working to help local cultivators salvage harvests from the massive devastation Hurricane Florence inflicted on this year’s crops. “We lost our entire... Continue Reading →

Selectors Cup 2018

About the Selector's Cup The Hemp Flower game is taking off this season and we want to see who grew the best buds! Join us on October 27-28, 2018 to network and compete with licensed hemp farmers from around the country for the best top cut flower. Take part in a community of licensed hemp farmers around... Continue Reading →

Epidiolex is rescheduled by the DEA to a class V

Kathy Young | AP GW Pharmaceuticals’ Epidiolex, a medicine made from marijuana, but without THC. The Drug Enforcement Administration has rescheduled Epidiolex, paving the way GW Pharmaceuticals to start selling the first FDA-approved drug that’s derived from cannabis, but stopping short of reclassifying all cannabidiol products. The Food and Drug Administration in June approved Epidiolex, which is derived from cannabidiol, or... Continue Reading →

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