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CMW Media’s Andrew Hard and HempMeds® executive Blake Schroeder visited Fox 5 News San Diego to demo the HempMeds® product line for Fox viewers. The pair also took the opportunity to launch the company’s new zero-THC hemp oil product, RSHO-X™. Originally designed to meet Mexico’s strict cannabis regulations, RSHO-X™ was the first cannabis product approved for import into Mexico, marking a stark change from Mexico’s previous zero-tolerance policy.
THC-free RSHO-X™ is now available to HempMeds® customers in all 50 states and in 40 countries worldwide. Also featured in HempMeds®’s line of CBD hemp oil products are vapes, anti-aging skincare, energy chews, and a range of CBD supplements, and because HempMeds® products are naturally low in THC, they are non-psychoactive and safe for daily use.
The news segment aired on the eve of HempMeds®’s participation in the Southern California Cannabis Conference and Expo, the first large-scale cannabis expo held at the San Diego Convention Center.
HempMeds®, best known for their flagship product Real Scientific Hemp Oil™ (RSHO™), is the leading provider of non-psychoactive cannabinoid products, which are legal in all 50 states and over 40 countries around the world. [...]
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By Justin Gardner
With eight states legalizing recreational cannabis and 26 other states legalizing medical cannabis use, federal government is the biggest obstacle to freedom – despite more and more U.S. lawmakers pushing for medical access and even complete decriminalization.
By far the biggest obstruction to a fact-based approach to cannabis is the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA), which maintains cannabis as a Schedule 1 narcotic. This most restrictive category, which includes heroin and methamphetamine, is described as having “no currently accepted medical use and a high potential for abuse.”
By now most everyone knows this classification is patently absurd for cannabis, as studies are piling up showing the medical benefits of cannabis, in addition to real-world evidence in medical use states. If that weren’t enough, the National Academies of Science just published a monumental study with nearly 100 conclusions, including the therapeutic benefits of cannabis.
The DEA had a chance to correct its ignorance in 2016 by rescheduling cannabis on the advice of the FDA, but somehow kept a straight face when it announced in August it would keep the plant under Schedule 1. One explanation for this defiance of reality is the DEA’s allegiance to Big Pharma, which has admitted cannabis poses a threat to its profits.
Some aren’t taking the DEA’s disinformation lying down.
Americans for Safe Access (ASA) found 25 falsehoods about cannabis still being peddled by the DEA on its website, and has filed a petition to force their removal. ASA points out that DEA is violating federal law called the Information Quality Act which requires agencies to ensure the “quality, objectivity, utility, and integrity of information” when developing guidelines.
One reason we know their information is false is because the DEA contradicted those very falsehoods – with references to studies – when it refused to reschedule cannabis in 2016. Even though DEA accepted these studies, it somehow concluded ‘more research is needed’ to show cannabis has medical value.
According to the petition:
“DEA continues to disseminate certain statements about the health risks of medical cannabis use that have been incontrovertibly refuted by the DEA itself in its recent “Denial of Petition to Initiate Proceedings to Reschedule Marijuana”, issued August 12, 2016. In fact, the DEA’s recent statements confirm scientific facts about medical cannabis that have long been accepted by a majority of the scientific community.”
ASA groups the false claims into four categories: 1) “cannabis’ alleged capacity to induce psychosis, 2) “cannabis’ alleged capacity to induce lung cancer and cause damage comparable to that caused by tobacco use, 3) the “gateway theory” to use of other drugs, 4) “alleged permanency of cannabis-associated cognitive deficits.”
For each category, ASA lists the specific statements and then provides contradicting statements from the DEA [...]
Hemp Advocates are ramping up their call for the government to declassify hemp from being considered as a narcotic plant, to pave the way for the introduction of industrial hemp in the country. [...]
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Hemp advocate Alfred Parks is continuing to press the Government to regularize the use of hemp.
He has expressed strong belief that regularization of Hemp will create jobs and decrease the spate of crimes occurring in the country. [...]