CBD Hemp Experts' Blog

Since its federal legalization in the United States with the 2018 Farm Bill, a wide range of CBD-infused products have been developed. With this growing popularity, CBD is estimated to grow to a $22 billion industry by 2022. We have created this blog to give you business ideas and keep you up-to-date on this growing industry, as well as to educate you on the benefits of CBD and the science behind this incredible compound.

At CBD Hemp Experts, we can help you learn how you can profit in the success from this booming Cannabidiol industry in 2019. Now is the perfect time to offer your own branded CBD products to your customers. By leveraging our white label and private label CBD manufacturing services and taking advantage of our wholesale pricing with low minimum order quantities (MOQs), you can launch or grow your own CBD business in no time.

CBD Extract Guide: Full-Spectrum, Broad Spectrum, & Isolate

Setting out to buy CBD products for the first time can be a confusing process. There are a wide number of terms out there used to sell CBD – full-spectrum, whole plant, extraction method, isolate, broad spectrum… the list goes on. Without the proper education it’s easy to get lost, or worse, buy a product […]

‘Financial cascade’: How the U.S. farm bill could unleash a multi-billion dollar CBD business overnight

'Financial cascade': How the U.S. farm bill could unleash a multi-billion dollar CBD business overnight

In mid-2018, U.S. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell proposed legislation that would remove hemp — the less-exciting, non-psychoactive cousin of the cannabis plant — from the Controlled Substances Act, effectively making it federally legal in the United States. For those following the rapidly growing cannabis industries on both sides of the border, the ramifications could […]

In Kentucky, Farmers Find Hemp May Be More Profitable Than Tobacco

Joe Hickey in Atalo's Kentucky hemp field

Perhaps the most misunderstood agricultural product on the market today, industrial hemp is seeing a surge of growth among U.S. agriculture producers now planting the crop in record numbers, often replacing staples like soy, corn and tobacco. With growing interest from farmers looking for more profitable harvests — and support from power brokers like U.S. Senate […]

High Hopes for Hemp As Farm Bill Could Help Remove Stigma

Farm Bill 2018 Hemp

Climbing the elevation of Colorado, farmer Travis Hergert says the risks of farming here can be high. “There are a lot of really unique challenges in this area as far as elevation growing days climate water and just urban sprawl,” said Hergert. Unique challenges that are forcing some farmers to veer away from tradition farming. […]

Does CBD oil work for menopause symptoms?

Does CBD oil work for menopause symptoms

Cannabidiol (CBD) is a compound that that comes from hemp plants and marijuana. It is possible that cannabidiol oil could help to reduce the symptoms of menopause. Researchers have looked at other herbal and natural remedies as options, but have not yet proved that any of them are consistently effective. Recently, there has been much […]

Hemp Will Be A Top 10 Product In 2019, Whole Foods Predicts

The gurus at Whole Foods Market have spoken: hemp products, already incredibly popular, will be a top 10 food trend in 2019. In a press release, the company said it relied on “seasoned trend-spotters” who have “more than 100 years of combined experience in product sourcing, studying consumer preferences and participating in food and wellness […]

Growing hemp is about to be legal for the first time in nearly a century

The hemp research plot at the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food & Environment Spindletop Research Farm was harvested Tuesday morning in Lexington, Ky.

CBD will finally no longer be in a legal gray area Congress just reached an agreement on proposed legislation that could make hemp legal to grow in the United States for the first time in nearly a century. Hemp may be derived from the same plant as marijuana, but it doesn’t make anyone high and […]

The biggest health food trends of 2019 have been revealed

The biggest health food trends of 2019 have been revealed

From charcoal lattes to moon milk, our Instagram feeds have been inundated with more social media-worthy snaps of health foods than ever before this year. But with the run-up to Christmas well underway, it leaves us wondering what’s in store for our 2019 Pinterest board. Thankfully, Whole Foods has unveiled its predictions with a definitive […]

Pot Derivative Offers Relief Without the High

A derivative of the cannabis plant, CBD relieved Molly Branch’s headaches, she said, so she decided to stock shelves of Portsmouth’s Herbal Path store with various CBD products sold to people of all ages. An herbalist and the store manager, Branch said one customer bought CBD for her 8-year-old son to manage his attention deficit […]

The 10 Most Common Misconceptions About Hemp

The 10 Most Common Misconceptions About Hemp

1. Hemp, Medical, and Recreational Cannabis are All the Same Although industrial hemp, medical marijuana, and recreational marijuana are all members of the cannabis family, hemp is distinguished from other cannabis species by its extremely low THC content. While medical and recreational cannabis often contain THC levels upwards of 25%, hemp varieties contain less than […]

Mitch McConnell’s Farm Bill Could Blow Up the CBD Market

Mom is going to be buying CBD at Walgreens if this bill passes.

CBD is already big business in America with hundreds of millions of dollars in sales every year. But the market for pot’s second most famous compound might soon skyrocket thanks to a somewhat unlikely ally: Kentucky Senator Mitch McConnell. The powerful Republican from Kentucky included provisions in this year’s Farm Bill that would fully legalize […]

Lawmakers reach tentative farm bill deal after months-long impasse

A truck passes the Brooklyn Elevator before unloading in Brooklyn, Iowa. (Charlie Neibergall/AP)

Key lawmakers said Wednesday they have reached a tentative deal on a massive farm bill, breaking a months-long impasse over legislation that doles out more than $400 billion in federal funds for farm subsidies, food stamps and conservation efforts. Lawmakers have been at odds over a House GOP proposal to boost work requirements for food […]