Our partners were issued one of the first hemp licenses in Colorado State in 2014. All of our American hemp CBD plants are grown and distributed in full compliance with the State of Colorado, as well as in full federal compliance with §7606 of the 2014 US Farm Bill and can be sold in all 50 states.
Biologic Hemp or it's affiliates do no sell, distribute, or manufacture any products that are in violation of the United States Controlled Substances Act (US.CSA)
1. Zero THC, Hemp CBD Oil - *Zero means absolutely no detectable levels of THC. This is the only true full spectrum CBD extract that contains zero THC and is not diluted down.
2. Complete Whole Plant, Full Flower Profile - A proprietary extraction process uses the entire plant for a full-spectrum oil, containing a large amount of naturally present cannabinoids such as CBG, CBN, CBC, THCA, CBDA, and over 40 terpenes that have been identified that are naturally present in our products.
3. Extraction & Purification Process - Proprietary extraction technology allows for high levels of cannabinoids especially CBD, CBG, and CBN, while eliminating unwanted amounts of THC and chlorophyll.
4. Rigorous Testing - On-site chromatography testing ensures accurate levels of phytocannabinoids and confirms the absence of THC through proprietary processes.
5. 3rd Party Lab Testing - All batches produced are sent to authorized 3rd Party Labs for complete analysis and verification of the internal lab test results that are conducted in-house and included with ALL orders.
6. Quality Control - All of our CBD oils, extracts, concentrates, and finished products are manufactured in a GMP facility with the highest quality control measures in the industry.
March 14th, 2017 - The DEA acknowledged that CBD is legal if it comes from a part of the cannabis plant that is itself legal, such as the mature stalk of the cannabis plant, which is excluded from the CSA’s definition of marijuana.
In other words, the DEA finally admitted that CBD is not illegal in and of itself; rather, it is legal (or not) based on its source.
Here’s what the DEA said: “The new drug code (7350) established in [the Rule] does not include materials or products that are excluded from the definition of marijuana set forth in the Controlled Substances Act (CSA). The new drug code includes only those extracts that fall within the CSA definition of marijuana. If a product consisted solely of parts of the cannabis plant excluded from the CSA definition of marijuana, such product would not be included in the new drug code (7350) or in the drug code for marijuana (7360).”
This is the first time that the Federal government has explicitly stated that cannabinoids (aside from THC which is separately scheduled) are not in and of themselves illegal substances.
Check out the video below that shows Chuck Rosenburg, Acting Administrator of the Drug Enforcement Administration, state cleary for the RECORD:
"As long as they abide by section §7606 of the 2014 US Farm Bill we are not looking to harass those who abide by that statue"
The answer really is YES and NO. It depends. NOT all CBD is created equal.
Here is a breakdown of the ONLY important source of information...the DEA and what they have to say about CBD. So is CBD legal? Continue for more on CBD Legal Status...
ALL of the information provided here is directly from the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA)
DEA: “Final Rule establishing a new Controlled Substance Code Number (drug code) for marijuana extract”
“Meaning an extract containing one or more cannabinoids that has been derived from any plant of the genus Cannabis, other than the separated resin (whether crude or purified) obtained from the plant.”
In response to the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (76 FR 39039)
Requested clarification of whether the new drug code will be applicable to cannabidiol (CBD), if it is not combined with cannabinols.
Another comment from a pharmaceutical firm currently involved in cannabinoid research and product development praised DEA's efforts to establish a new drug code for marihuana extracts as a means to more accurately reflect the activities of scientific research and provide more consistent adherence to the requirements of the Single Convention.
In light of questions that the Drug Enforcement Administration has received from members of the public following the publication of the Final Rule establishing a new Controlled Substance Code Number (drug code) for marijuana extract, DEA makes the following clarification: