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We are dedicated to preserve the KushLush standard, while maintaining the highest quality of cannabidiol (CBD) products and leading with first-rate customer service.

All finished products are manufactured using GMP or ISO certified processes.

Our unique and proprietary strains of high CBD / low THC cannabis hemp produces naturally more beneficial cannabinoids and terpenes than any landrace or hemp strain found in Chinese or European hemp.

Our genetics team have created cannabis strains to produce less THC (even to zero), and greater amounts of more non-psychotropic cannabinoids such as CBD, CBC, CBG, and CBN.

Our farming partners were issued some of the first hemp licenses in the USA in 2014. All of our American Hemp CBD plants are grown and distributed in full compliance with the Departments of Agriculture in Oregon, Colorado, and North Carolina, as well in full federal compliance with §7606 of the 2014 US Farm Bill and 2018 US Farm Bill and can be sold in nearly all states.

We have teamed up with the largest US producers, manufacturers, and distributors of CBD and Phyto Cannabinoid (PCR) Industrial Hemp that is naturally high in CBD, CBG, CBC, CBN, CBDA, & Terpenes.

Our customers health, happiness, and healing is and will always be our main concern. Thank you for choosing KushLush.

Legality of CBD Oil Under The 2018 Farm Bill

The new farm bill removes hemp and it’s derivatives from the federal list of controlled substances effectively legalizing hemp and cannabinoids like CBD. The law also establishes that hemp is to be regulated by the Department of Agriculture as a legal crop, whereas the Justice Department previously managed it as an illegal substance.

By removing hemp and CBD from the list of controlled substances, the 2018 Farm Bill legally dissociates hemp and its cannabinoids from marijuana. As a result, CBD is legal for consumption nationwide.

In What States is CBD Oil Legal?

Thanks to the new farm bill, the legality of CBD oil is no longer under scrutiny. In addition to legalizing the cultivation of hemp, the bill allows for hemp and CBD to be transported across state lines allowing CBD companies to ship nationwide confidently and without any risks. However, states may still impose limited restrictions on CBD, though these are expected to be minimal and will not interfere with most production and consumption processes.

By removing hemp and CBD from the list of controlled substances, the 2018 Farm Bill legally dissociates hemp and its cannabinoids from marijuana. As a result, CBD is legal for consumption nationwide.

A Brief History of Hemp in The United States

Even though hemp has been used for medicinal and industrial purposes for millennia in many parts of the world, many countries have strict laws prohibiting its cultivation and use. Up until 2014, the United States was one of these countries with outdated laws restricting the use of hemp in the states for most of the 20th century.

But why was hemp illegal if it’s completely safe?

Hemp Post-Prohibition
Major propaganda campaigns had long demonized cannabis since the 1930s. These campaigns, started by Federal Bureau of Narcotics secretary Harry Anslinger, sought to criminalize cannabis as a way to find new sources of revenue after the end of prohibition. Anslinger and his associates relied on dishonorable tactics to turn the public against cannabis creating films like Reefer Madness and campaigns associating marijuana use to minorities.

As disingenuous as these campaigns were, they were successful to some extent. They managed to impose some restrictions on cannabis and its derivatives though cannabis did not become officially illegal until 1970.

The War on Drugs
Almost two years into his first presidential term, President Nixon signed the Controlled Substances Act in 1970 as part of his “War on Drugs.” The act criminalized heroin and other hard drugs; however, it also banned marijuana and grouped the plant with all type of cannabis including hemp. The act was the final nail in the coffin for hemp and put CBD on hold for almost five decades.

The 2014 Farm Bill
The 2014 version of the farm bill was the first significant piece of legislation to establish a path for the legalization of hemp giving states the power to regulate the production of hemp through research programs conducted by approved institutions. Under the 2014 Farm Bill, hemp-derived CBD became legal in most states proving extremely popular among the public as a medicinal supplement and among lawmakers who saw in CBD enormous potential for profit.

By removing hemp and CBD from the list of controlled substances, the 2018 Farm Bill legally dissociates hemp and its cannabinoids from marijuana. As a result, CBD is legal for consumption nationwide.