Latest Articles By: Paul James

First CBD And PTSD Study Reveals Promising Potential For More Research


A promising preliminary study of CBD and PTSD suggests more research could be very fruitful. In the small study, patients reported reduced symptoms including...

‘American Hemp’ Review: New Book Offers Guide To All Of Hemp’s Benefits


Jen Hobbs latest book, “American Hemp” makes the case for hemp’s importance. From environmental benefits to tips on convincing policymakers to invest in...

Hemp Starter Kit: Back To The Roots Promotes Home Hemp Growing Kit


Back to the Roots, known for their home mushroom and herb kits, just created a new hemp starter kit that gives families a chance to grow their own hemp at...

Top 6 Hemp Growing Countries: USA Now Ranks Number 3!


The U.S. jumped to number three on the list of top hemp growing countries last year. But two countries still have us beat, thanks to uninterrupted growing...

Hemp Cheeba Chews: Cannabis Candy Maker Turns To CBD


After years of success with their THC-infused taffy, new hemp Cheeba Chews combine their great flavors with the healing power CBD oil. We took a closer look at...

Hemp In India: Exploring The Growing Hemp Industry In India


Mansi Shah of Hemp Fabric Lab tells us about sustainable fashion and hemp in India. Although hemp was legalized in 1985, the industry is still...

CBD Inhalers: Innovation In The CBD Market From CBD Luxe


An innovative new CBD inhaler could help change how people view CBD and hemp. Unique CBD inhalers from CBD Luxe offers people an easy and reliable way to get...

Shauna’s Law: Kentucky Bill Would Protect Workers Taking CBD


Named for an EMT from Powell County, Kentucky, Shauna's Law would protect workers taking CBD from being fired due to failed drug tests. It could serve as a...

2018 Hemp Report Reveals Huge Expansion To US Hemp Acres


2018 was one hell of a year for the hemp industry with hemp acreage more than tripling across the United States. These impressive facts can be found in the...

Four People Face Felony Charges After Oklahoma Police Seize Hemp Shipment


Four people face felony charges after Oklahoma police seized hemp bound from Kentucky to Colorado. They're charged with drug trafficking after cops found...