August 28, 2017 was the first day that I actually putting in an effort and selling hemp products. I was super stoked at the opportunity to team up with TN Homegrown and sell their LEGAL full spectrum Hemp products. ( Learned that the U.S. Government owns the patent for CBD, so I am trying to use this terminology to a minimum. (Article on this subject coming.))
Here are the 3 main take aways from this week.
1.) Facebook marketplace and local groups are great places to start marketing the products you have available to sell.
After the first couple of hours of posting “Legal CBD products for sale, ” people just started messaging me left and right. As noobie hemp seller, I was thrilled at the response I was getting from the ad. It didn’t take too long for me to realize that some people who buy the product no questions asked, others had an abundance of question which I was eager to answer.
2.) People are very interested that they can purchase Hemp products in TN.
In 2 days, over 40 people messaged me about being interested in the TN Homegrown products that I was selling online. People were very curious about the legality of the product and what it can be used for. I learned really quickly that I can’t recommend any of the TN home grown products that I am selling as a cure for anything. As a result, I would find and send articles to people answering their hemp questions. Some of the questions I have gotten is, “Is this product good for kid?” “Is this product good for Diabetes?”
3.) Everyone has their own reason for trying hemp products.
Over the past week, I have learned a lot about why people are interested in dabbling in cannabis products. Everyone seems to have their own medical reason as to why they are interested in hemp products. It has been fascinating to learn about people’s problems because it allows me to see how awesome the cannabis is for people.
Hemp is amazing plant that can do a ton of good for people. It’s a shame that there is this terrible stigma. I am glad that industrial hemp is legal in TN. Because I am able to pursue my dream of being an influencer in the industry.
CBD stands for Cannabidiol. It is one of at least 113 active cannabinoids identified in the cannabis plant. CBD is a major phytocannabinoid, accounting for up to 40% of the plant’s extract. While THC is the principal psychoactive component of Cannabis and has certain medical uses, CBD stands out because it is both non-psychoactive and displays a broad range of potential medical applications. These properties make it especially attractive as a therapeutic agent.
There are numerous potential benifical factors of CBD. Unfortunately it is illegal on the federal level to test CBD on people for research. Unless your the University of Mississpi.
The University of Mississippi is the only place where professors and students can research cannabis for the federal government. The stockpile represents the only source of pot allowed for researchers who want to conduct Food and Drug Administration-approved tests on using marijuana for medical purposes.
There are option if you not one of the few associated with the Cannabis program at University of Mississippi. States like Tennessee give universities an opportunity to study the affects of CBD in the medicial setting.
While researchers are conducting test, you can purchase CBD products online. Unlike THC, this cannabinoid is legal in all 50 states. Based on experience, I have found that CBD is great for aching pains and anxiety. The teas are also great for creating a sense of calm.
If you have the opportunity to try a product with CBD, definitely take advantage of the situation. It’s a great natural healer. CBD offers people the chance to naturally heal their body’s pain without affecting their day. If your muscles are sore, CBD lotion numbs the pain. If your anxious, then vaping some CBD may be option. If you have trouble sleeping, hemp tea may be your style. It all depends on how you feel most comfortable in taking the plant.