At the bottom of this article, we’ve included a special discount code that will help you stock up on CBD oil before a critical deadline in January.
But before we get to that, let’s address the elephant in the room. Namely, this scary-sounding headline:
“CBD to be Schedule I — No Medical Value”
By now, you’ve probably seen an article that states that CBD is about to become a Schedule I substance. At first read, it seems to be time to panic. But in our new era of clickbait articles disguising themselves as news, it’s never been more important to seek out the truth.
What’s really going on?
A new “Rule,” published in the Federal Register, and currently set to become effective on January 13, 2017, seeks to control all naturally occurring cannabinoids from the Cannabis sativa L plant, including CBD.
The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) is behind this new “Rule,” and they’ve tried similar strong-arm tactics before, and failed: in 2003, and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals rejected the DEA’s efforts to classify hemp products as Schedule I drugs as unlawful and beyond the scope of the DEA’s delegated Congressional authorization.
And yet, the DEA is again demonstrating its recalcitrance for the prevailing law. The agency is trying to force another overreach of its legal authority by attempting to ignore federal law as it pertains to hemp products — an issue that was settled over a decade ago and again upheld with the passage of the 2014 Farm Bill.
In short: the DEA is willfully ignoring the law of the land. Now it is time to do something about it.
What you can do.
In just the last three weeks alone, we have collected over 30,000 signatures on a petition aimed at stopping the unlawful scheduling of CBD.
If you believe in CBD and want to keep it legal, you must take action now.
- Step 1: Sign the Petition
- Step 2: Share the Petition
- Step 3: Stock up on CBD (just in case) before the January 13 deadline
Proof that petitions like this work.
Have you heard of kratom? Kratom is a plant from Southeast Asia used to self-treat opioid withdrawal, chronic pain, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder. Like CBD, it is considered a godsend by many.
Yet in August 2016, the DEA tried to ban kratom without seeking input from other government agencies, and with no opportunity for public comment — basically what they are trying to do with CBD now.
However, after protests in front of the White House, a petition that garnered more than 130,000 signatures, and criticism from members of Congress, the DEA reconsidered and kratom remains freely available in the US.
The good news is that not only is change possible, CBD is also more widely known, used, and is far more popular than kratom. If the attempted kratom ban was reversed by thousands of concerned citizens, imagine what millions of CBD and cannabis supporters can do! But we can’t do it alone — everyone who is passionate about CBD must take action.
Now is your chance to make a difference — sign the petition today to keep CBD legal!
Better safe than sorry.
Rare-thinking people like you always hope for the best, yet plan for the worst. We feel confident that legal precedent will triumph, but understand that there will always be unknowns. So if you’d like to stock up on CBD, now is your opportunity to do so.
Here is a 20% off storewide coupon. We’re keeping this discount through the January 13th deadline. Just use coupon code SAVE20 to get a 20% discount on everything in our store right now.
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May 2017 be a bright and powerful year for CBD and for us all!
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