ORG Note: Please carefully read this recently released special report from Project CBD and evaluate for yourself and your family what CBD is, how it is derived and who ethically distributes oils or other products claiming to contain CBD that are safe for use by your loved ones.
A Project CBD Special Report on Medical Marijuana Inc., HempMeds & Kannaway
By Aaron Miguel Canti
Forward by Project CBD
A half year ago, Project CBD assigned a writer to investigate and report on Medical Marijuana Inc., a penny stock umbrella company that markets “hemp oil” products infused with cannabidiol (CBD), a medicinal component of the cannabis plant. Originally we had hoped to shed light on the complex financial machinations of Medical Marijuana Inc., a subject that had been addressed by a few stock market analysts but not by journalists in general interest publications.
Project CBD was poised to publish Aaron Miguel Cantú research when we heard complaints from several sources that people were getting sick, in some cases “violently ill,” when they ingested “Real Scientific Hemp Oil,” Medical Marijuana Inc.’s flagship product. We decided to delay the release of our report until we had a chance to look into whether there was any truth to these allegations.
Our investigation proceeded in an unanticipated direction, involving analytical lab tests, hemp oil production tours, and a crash course in scientific data regarding toxic solvents, heavy metals, and other contaminants. We have presented our findings in this report.
These findings should not be construed as justification to attack the medical marijuana community or impose ever-more capricious restrictions on patients and providers. Nor do we wish to cast aspersions on companies that are working with industrial hemp to create CBD-rich products. We believe that industrial hemp is not an optimal source of CBD, but it can be a viable source of CBD if certain hemp cultivars are grown organically in good soil and safe extraction and refinement
methods are employed.
2014 marked the first year that industrial hemp was grown legally (albeit for research purposes) in the United States in a long time. There’s no doubt that the surge of national interest in CBD has been a key factor in catalyzing the rebirth of industrial hemp in the United States. Project CBD maintains that federal law should be changed to facilitate CBD production from the most prolific natural source of cannabidiol available—CBD-rich cannabis with little THC. This would entail legalizing the whole plant, not just a single compound or a single strain.
Read the entire report here: Hemp Oil Hustlers