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Our webinar on the basics of hemp permitting and registration from November 4, 2021

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FREE CONSUMABLE HEMP WEBINAR SERIES The Louisiana Department of Health held a free, one-hour Consumable Hemp Webinar on Thursday, November 4th at 10:00am CDT to help guide industry through the process of permitting and label registration. The second webinar, on the parts of a label and label requirements for registering products, was held on December 9, 2021 at 10:00 AM CST. A recording of both webinars is available at the bottom of this page.

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All consumable hemp products that fall within the purview of the Louisiana Department of Health (LDH) must be registered with this office. This does not include incense products, candles, or soaps. Registrations may only be submitted by manufacturers or authorized third-party logistics providers. If you have questions about retail dealer permits, please contact the Office of Alcohol Tobacco and Control of the Louisiana Department of Revenue at 225-925-4041 or visit the agency’s website at www.atc.louisiana.gov/cbd.php. Use the below link on this page to submit your artwork for review.

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Currently LDH is undergoing rulemaking in order to integrate ACT 336 into regulations. The process is expected to be completed sometime in early 2022. While we are in the rulemaking process, products covered under ACT 336 can still be registered by using our CBD online portal to register your products, following the directions on the page, and acknowledging understanding of the rules and statutes.

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Mighty Health’s Balance formula is exactly what you need if you don’t care for chocolate, tinctures, olive oil, gummies, or vapes. Balance comes in capsule form. And while it contains a good dose of CBD, it’s not just a CBD pill. It’s a neutraceutical, which is technically not recognized as a separate category by the F.D.A—instead, neutraceuticals are pretty much treated like dietary supplements. This one in particular contains ashwagandha, L-Theanine, theobromine, and curcumin. I know, it sounds very Goop-y. But the most important thing is its per-capsule CBD content, which is a good dose at 10mg.

But during a trip to Las Vegas in 2017, I discovered CBD—the non-psychoactive cannabinoid found in Cannabis Sativa and hemp. I’d heard about it but I was skeptical. Could pain that had once rendered me dependent on a cane be helped by a single gumdrop? It sounded like one for the birds. I was never a big pot smoker growing up, nor have I ever been one to follow health fads. (I drink matcha because I like it—not because I think it will add years to my life.) But when I started reading more about CBD’s benefits it all made sense to me. The enthusiastic pro-CBD proclamations from friends didn’t hurt either. Plus, the prospect of natural pain relief was enormously appealing.