The House voted on Senate Bill 57, which according to Rep. Bill Seitz is, “the best bill that’s happening to farmers.”
Until this vote, Ohio state law put hemp and marijuana together – making both illegal. While the plants have a lot in common, they differ in the amount of the psychoactive cannabinoid component called THC. This is the cannabinoid that produces the "high" stimulating effect within the user.
Under this senate bill, any cannabis needs to contain over 0.3% THC in order to be classified as marijuana. Anything else is considered hemp.
Most trusted CBD oil brands use hemp to make CBD, as it contains lower percentages of THC and higher percentages of CBD. Therefore, if you buy your CBD from a trusted store, you’re sure to be on the safe side.
Uses of CBD oil
- Making bath bombs
- Making tinctures
- Making CBD gummies
- Making topicals and
CBD oils can be used for many things, from oils and bath bombs to creams, lubricants and balms. If you get your hands on some trusted CBD oil, we recommend you use it as much and as often as you can.
Where can I buy it?
Getting trusted CBD oil in Ohio, Indiana, or anywhere in the Midwest requires me to purchase from a reputable vendor and someone that I can see reviews before purchasing an order online.
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