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How to drift off after take off with the aid of CBD products

During a recent flight from Puerto Rico to New York, Noah Fishman was on edge. "Due to COVID, the masking requirement and the extra safety protocols, I was more stressed traveling than ever," Fishman said. However, the owner of Zenbarn Farms has a secret weapon.

The Rise of CBD

Health experts advise caution on unregulated products.

Dust-up over CBD oil bill prompts apology, political jabs; link to full story

An Idaho Senate committee chairman apologized Tuesday for violating Senate rules a day earlier by convening an impromptu–and likely illegal–closed meeting of his committee, over a move to force a hearing on House-passed legislation to legalize medical use of CBD oil in Idaho. Meanwhile, all three leading GOP candidates for governor weighed in...

CBD oil bill passes House on 59-11 vote

The House has passed HB 577, Rep. Dorothy Moon’s bill to legalize CBD oil for medical use, on a 59-11 vote. The bill now moves to the Senate side. Numerous representatives spoke out on the bill, with many citing people they know who use the...

Request would extend CBD oil program for 34 ill Idaho kids for another year

Idaho is down to 34 children in its “expanded access” program that’s currently treating children with severe, intractable epilepsy with a commercial version of CBD oil through a drug trial. Elke Shaw-Tulloch, administrator of the Division of Public Health Services in the state Department of...

Idaho bill would allow use of marijuana derivative

A recently introduced bill would allow residents to use oil extracted from cannabis plants in staunchly anti-marijuana Idaho as long as the product is prescribed by a licensed practitioner.