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Kit Picks The Best High Potency CBD Oil Online

Posted in Journalism, and Ministry of Hemp

If you’ve tried CBD oil and found it beneficial, but you take a lot or use multiple doses in a day, then high potency CBD might be right for you.

In this article, we’re looking only at high potency CBD oil supplements, which we’ve defined as anything with more than 1500mg of CBD per bottle. Using this guideline, we’ve selected 13 of our favorite high-strength hemp-derived CBD tinctures. All of these brands meet our exacting standards for transparency, quality, and accurate labeling.

Podcast: Hemp Questions Answered with Kit & Matt Baum

Posted in Journalism, and Ministry of Hemp

Got questions about hemp? In episode 8 of the Ministry of Hemp podcast, we do some Hemp Q&A, answering questions submitted by our listeners.

Kit O’Connell, Editor in Chief of Ministry of Hemp, joins podcast host Matt Baum.

Kit’s Picks: Top CBD Gummies of 2019

Posted in Ministry of Hemp

We’re not alone when it comes to loving gummy bears. That’s why so many hemp brands offer CBD gummies. And with so many to choose from, we wanted to select the very best CBD gummies for our readers to enjoy.

Texas Legalizes Hemp Growing & CBD Sales

Posted in Journalism, and Ministry of Hemp

A bill passed by the Texas Legislature will usher in a new era of legal hemp in Texas. The same bill will also explicitly legalize the sale of CBD oil supplements by licensed vendors.

“It was voted out of the House and the Senate unanimously,” said Coleman Hemphill, president of the Texas Hemp Industries Association, a recently formed chapter of the national Hemp Industries Association nonprofit. Ministry of Hemp is also a member of the HIA.

Getting To Know Hemp Advocate Cait Curley

Posted in Journalism, and Ministry of Hemp

We recently asked a passionate hemp advocate how people can support hemp and help it spread.

Cait Curley is quickly becoming a name to know among hemp enthusiasts and cannabis fans of all kinds. We noticed that whether she’s exploring the potential of hempcrete or winning hearts and minds at hemp expos, Curley seemed to be everywhere we went and interested in the same topics we were. In November, she created a “Women of Cannabis” photoshoot, highlighting the diversity of the industry. Now she’s expanding her hemp media brand and, after years of partnering with other hemp companies, getting more involved in self-driven hemp projects.

Imagining Hemp’s Future At NoCo Hemp Expo 2019

Posted in Journalism, Ministry of Hemp, and Video

Judging by the sixth annual NoCo Hemp Expo, or NoCo 6, the American hemp industry is poised for explosive growth in the coming years.

Begun in 2014, the NoCo Hemp Expo celebrated its first year in Denver, Colorado on March 29 and 30. An estimated 10,000 people, the largest attendance ever, crammed into the Crowne Plaza Denver Airport Center for the sold-out show. The move to Denver came after the 2018 NoCo Hemp Expo outgrew the event’s former location at a convention center in Loveland, about an hour’s drive to the north. Organizers are already looking for a bigger home for the 2020 event.