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   RealCBD does not sell any product which violates the controlled substance act.   

Hemp oil and many other hemp products, such as seeds, fibers, clothing and composite materials.  Hemp oil is legal.  Non-psychoactive hemp is not included in Schedule I of the Controlled Substances Act. Hemp is legal to import, sell, and consume in the United States. Our hemp products are considered food or dietary supplements, and our CBD is a natural constituent of the hemp plant / hemp stem & stalk oil and is not synthetic or artificial; therefore, our naturally-derived, industrial hemp-based CBD is exempt from Schedule I just as any other constituent of non-psychoactive industrial hemp is. The United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in Hemp Industries Assn., v. Drug Enforcement Admin., 357 F.3d 1012 (9th Cir. 2004), recognized that “non-psychoactive hemp [that] is derived from the ‘mature stalks’ or is ‘oil and cake made from the seeds’ of the Cannabis plant, …fits within the plainly stated exception to the CSA definition of marijuana.” Id. at 1017. As such, the court determined that the government (i.e. DEA) has no authority under current law to completely ban “Cannabinoids" that are found within the parts of Cannabis plants that are excluded from the CSA’s definition of ‘marijuana’ or that is not synthetic.” Id. at 1018.

Industrial hemp is legal to import under the Controlled Substances Act (CSA). Since 1937, the federal statute controlling marijuana has excluded the stalk, fiber, oil and sterilized seed of the plant Cannabis sativa L., commonly known as hemp, from the definition of marijuana. 21 U.S.C. § 802(16), and again in reference to 2-6-04 Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruling.

On March 28, 2003, the Hemp Industries Association, several hemp food and body care companies and the Organic Consumers Association filed an Urgent Motion for Stay in the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals. The industry was optimistic that the Court would grant the Stay, given previous Court action on the issue. In the meantime, the law of the land affirming hemp food's legality remained in effect.


On February 6, 2004 the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals issued a unanimous decision in favor of the HIA in which Judge Betty Fletcher wrote, "[T]hey (DEA) cannot regulate naturally-occurring THC not contained within or derived from marijuana-i.e. non-psychoactive hemp is not included in Schedule I. The DEA has no authority to regulate drugs that are not scheduled, and it has not followed procedures required to schedule a substance. The DEA's definition of "THC" contravenes the unambiguously expressed intent of Congress in the Controlled Substances Act (CSA) and cannot be upheld". On September 28, 2004 the HIA claimed victory after DEA declined to appeal to the Supreme Court of the United States the ruling from the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals protecting the sale of hemp-containing foods. Industrial hemp remains legal for import and sale in the U.S., but U.S. farmers still are not permitted to grow it.


The summary "Agency Issues Legislative Rule in Violation of Administrative Procedures Act" by Harrison M. Pittman of the National Agricultural Law Center is an excellent overview of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals decision in HIA v. DEA.

Hemp Food Final Victory!
                              September 28, 2004


Bush Administration Has Until September 26 to File Appeal to Supreme Court
                              September 13, 2004


Air Force Says Hemp Skin Care Products Not Prohibited
                              August 19, 2004


Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals Denies DEA Petition for Rehearing on Hemp Food Decision
                              July 2, 2004


Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals Will Consider Rehearing on Hemp Food Decision
                              June 7, 2004


Solicitor General Considering Appeal to Supreme Court of Ninth Circuit Hemp Food Decision
                              May 11, 2004


Hemp Sun-Screen Story Wrong on Drug Testing
                              May 5, 2004


Landmark Court Decision Saves Jobs and Nutritious Foods Made With Hemp Seed
                              February 12, 2004


Federal Court Rejects DEA Ban on Hemp Food 



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