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The global market for the CBD industry was only $270 million in 2018 but is expected to reach $3.8 billion by 2025. With such enormous growth on the horizon in this market, you have the opportunity to create a profitable CBD retail business. But you will need to partner with a reputable wholesale CBD distributor to succeed.

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Around the globe, more than 300 million individuals suffer from depression each year. Additionally, more than 264 million suffer from anxiety. Sadly, these mental health problems often run together. These issues can be devastating to deal with daily, and they can range from mild to completely crippling.

Desperate people have tried medications, counseling, or a combination of both, and they still cannot find relief. However, many are turning to CBD for anxiety and depression to combat the horrible symptoms and to find much-needed relief. Read more

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The overdose statistics in the United States can be scary when looking at different drugs. With so many articles discussing the hazards of prescription overdoses, it’s no wonder that there is a current panic over all substances that may alter the mind. Since CBD is growing in popularity, it is only natural to be curious about the safety of its use.

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CBD is fast taking the medical community by storm. Known also as cannabidiol, it is a well-known chemical compound found in the cannabis plant. People have used parts of the cannabis plant for thousands of years to treat physical and mental symptoms, and it has become the subject of some hot debate in recent years as a result of its increased application in light of federal regulations on cannabis.

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Hemp has had a rocky past, at least legally in the United States. Forever tied to the stigma of the cannabis plant, it has only recently become recognized on its own as an agricultural product, finally differentiating it from the definition of a controlled substance like marijuana.

What Is Hemp?

Hemp, also known as industrial hemp, is a variety of the cannabis plant species.

What distinguishes it from other varieties of cannabis plants, which are grown for marijuana uses, is the level of THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol) it contains. Hemp contains the lowest level of THC, coming in at less than 0.3 percent. In essence, hemp is non-intoxicating and will not get you high. In contrast, the THC level in marijuana is over 15 percent.

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