How Much Does CBD Oil Cost? What You Need to Know icon_mobile_news

Cannabidiol (CBD) oil is one of the hottest wellness trends of 2019, with formulas popping up in nail salons, spas, big-box retailers, and health stores throughout the U.S.. Though once considered an illicit substance, the 2018 Farm Bill made industrial hemp — and thus hemp-derived CBD — legal to produce in all 50 states. You can now go ahead and order yourself a bottle of CBD oil in such unlikely places as Bed, Bath, and Beyond.But for curious newcomers to CBD, the price might be raising some eyebrows. A 1 ounce, or 30 milliliter, bottle of CBD oil might cost anywhere from $30 to more than $200, leaving many wondering how something so small can cost so much and vary so widely. What accounts for the discrepancies and, perhaps most importantly, how much does CBD oil really cost? Well, that’s complicated. CBD can be expensive to produce with plenty of added costs and there are multiple formulas available. Plus, the potency of a bottle can greatly affect the price, even if it’s the same size as a cheaper bottle with less CBD overall. Here’s a primer to the different types of CBD and how much you should expect to spend. According to Katie Stem of Peak Extracts, CB...

Use of CBD oil from cannabis becoming the norm as store in Covington opens | News

Brandy Scott, left, and Lori Delashmit are co-owners for Mother Nature’s Helpful Hemp, which recently opened in Covington and sells CBD products that many believe help treat various physical problems.  Brandy Scott, left, and Lori Delashmit are co-owners for Mother Nature’s Helpful Hemp, which recently opened in Covington and sells CBD products that many believe help treat various physical problems.  Last Friday afternoon a scene played out in Covington it’s hard to imagine could have happened a year ago. About 30 members of the local business community, including ambassadors from the Covington-Tipton County and South Tipton County chambers of commerce, attended a ribbon cutting for a store just west of the Covington Square called Mother Nature’s Helpful Hemp. But on Friday the event’s attendees mingled, drank bottled water and munched on hot dogs and vegetables like they were in a new real estate office or beauty shop. Lori Delashmit, who co-owns the store with Brandy Scott and Stanley Scott, who are married, told a story that received a good laugh from the assembled group. It was about an elderly woman who asked about the after-life ramifications of patronizing the...