CBD 4 Life focuses on being the nation’s premier provider of renewable resource’s organically grown and developed using homogeneous processes. We bring together all elements of the production, processing and distribution elements of the natural resources to enhance quality of life by eliminating unnecessary pollutants and non-biodegradable waste in a controlled, sustainable and profitable, market supply chain and CBD division.
Our employees, distributors and customers envision a world no longer dependent on products such as petroleum and chemical base which pollute or non-organic medical products that create more harm than solutions. We see a holistic world where plastic bottles are biodegradable, where products manufactured by earth and water become earth and water again after their use.
Industrial hemp and marijuana are different varieties of the same species, Cannabis sativa L.
In the United States, Cannabis sativa is classified as a Schedule I controlled substance, regardless of its narcotic content, under the Controlled Substances Act as amended. Regulatory authority is vested in the Office
Drug Enforcement (DE A).
Since 1990, varieties containing very low levels of the psychoactive ingredient delta-9- Canada and Australia legalized hemp production in 1998. In other countries, such as China, Russia, and Hungary, hemp production was never outlawed.
With Canada now allowing production of industrial hem, questions have been raised about the potential commercial market demand for industrial hemp products in the United States. Several companies import hemp fabrics and garments into the United States. Other firms import hemp fiber or
sterile hemp seed for further processing and manufacturing into products, such as paper, nutrition bars, beer. Hemp cultivation has been the focus of official interest in several states.
Industrial HEMP development
Industrial hemp is an agricultural commodity that is cultivated for use in the production or a wide range of products, including foods and beverages, cosmetics and personal care products, and nutritional supplements, as well as fabrics and textiles, yarns and spun fibers, paper, construction and insulation ban.