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How We Are Pioneering the Reborn Hemp Industry

For most of the history of the United States, Kentucky has been a leader in the hemp industry. Hemp was first grown in the Bluegrass State in 1775, and a large part of U.S. hemp production after the Civil War centered on the state of Kentucky. Sadly, federal legislation from 1938 outlawed the production of…

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3 Possible Benefits of Using CBD

Hemp and hemp-derived products have been federally legal to sell in the United States for almost a whole year now. As a result, it seems like cannabidiol (CBD), hemp, and hemp products are starting to come up in more and more conversations. At Rocky Ridge Hemp Co., we feel that it is important to ensure…

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How to Find the Best CBD for Sale

Since the Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018 (also called the 2018 Farm Bill) made it federally legal to grow hemp and use hemp-derived products, the market for cannabidiol (CBD) products has expanded rapidly. Thankfully, more people are now aware of the potential benefits of using CBD and hemp extract oil. At Rocky Ridge Hemp Co.,…

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What is the Difference Between CBD and THC?

In one of our previous blog entries, we briefly discussed the differences between THC and CBD as they relate to drug tests. In today’s entry, we want to dive a little deeper into the differences between these two cannabinoids. When you are searching for the highest-quality hemp drops, CBD vape, and CBD edibles, you can…

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Does CBD Show Up On A Drug Test?

Have you been reading a lot about CBD or do you have friends and family members who have used hemp extract oil and their satisfaction has made you want to try it? Are you are concerned about it showing up on a drug test? You aren’t alone. Many people are interested in trying CBD for…

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How CDB Can Help You Avoid Dangerous Pain Killers

The United States is in the grip of an opioid epidemic. According to the CDC, nearly 400,000 people have died from opioid overdoses between 1999-2017 — which averages out to nearly 130 deaths per day. The problem can be traced to a rise in the number of prescriptions written for opioids over the last two…

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We are in the process of building our blog page and will have many interesting articles to share in the coming months. Please stay tuned to this page for information to come. And if you have any questions about our business or want to reach out to us, we would love for you to stop…

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