Guide to December CBD Oil Conference in Newburgh
Posted in CBD Oil | Last Updated November 23, 2019
A one-day, two-part conference: December 6, 2019
A comprehensive one day conference will be held at the Newburgh Armory Unity Center in Newburgh, N.Y. regarding CBD oil.
CBD oil is derived from industrial hemp, and when the 2018 Farm bill was signed in December of 2018, it was declassified: cannabis plants and their derivatives (for instance extracts or oil) that contain no more than 0.3 percent THC on a dry weight basis are no longer controlled substances under federal law.
Many questions surround the emerging industries and healthcare treatments that are developing as a result of this decriminalization and resulting commercial activity, not the least of which is: what are the healthcare benefits?
A conference that answers questions about CBD oil
On December 6th, The Orange County Citizens Foundation will seek to address those questions and others at the conference:
“This is a new and exciting healthcare opportunity that’s currently being extensively researched by the medical community. In the meantime, well-respected physicians and healthcare providers are using CBD to help treat anxiety, insomnia, and chronic pain”, said, Nancy Proyect, president of the Citizens Foundation. “This conference and workshop bring current information and knowledge about CBD to our community.”
CBD for Healthcare Professionals: session #1
CBD for Healthcare Professionals: What is Cannabidiol Extract and How Does it Work?
On Friday, December 6, 2019, at the Newburgh Armory Unity Center, The Orange County Citizens Foundation will offer a full-day conference focused on topics about CBD oil those in the medical profession may find of interest.
Professionals such as doctors, nurses, health care providers, and health administrators are invited to attend.
Medical professionals to speak
The conference will feature medical professionals who will explain CBD oil in the context of:
- current research
- the future of CBD and serving patients
Offered from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm, this first part of the conference will presumably address in depth some of the following topics that have been hot button issues in the medical and healthcare fields.
- how the endocannabinoid system and cannabinoids can affect pain, sleep, and mood
- ways it has been found to exert analgesic effects on various chronic pain conditions
- treating addiction: ways CBD oil may reduce appetite for the addictive properties of opioids and other addictive substances
Currently, the research emphasizes that CBD oil may be used for a wide range of syndromes, injuries, and diseases including PTSD, chemotherapy, spinal cord injuries, multiple sclerosis, Crohn’s Disease, arthritis, and dental conditions.
While precise topics have not been identified, noted medical authorities will be presenting.
The event offers a catered breakfast and lunch for the admission price of $125.00, and $50.o0 for students. You may contact the Orange County Citizens Foundation here for more information on admission.
CBD for the general public: session #2
This session will be much like the day-long event, only abbreviated and more generalized offering fundamental education regarding what CBD oil is.
The session will be held from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm, and the cost will be $10:00, to register, visit The Orange County Citizen’s Foundation here.
Some background information in advance of the conference: CBD in the USA
The 2018 Farm Bill
In 2018, the U.S. Government passed a comprehensive farm bill into law known as the 2018 Farm Bill.
The Bill, a sweeping piece of legislation, notably legalized hemp cultivation and declassified hemp as a Schedule I controlled substance. The new law changed certain federal regulations.
As long as a hemp byproduct did not have more than 0.3 percent THC on a dry weight basis it and any associated byproducts were no longer considered controlled substances under federal law.
With this change came the potential of tremendous new markets and many potential new businesses.
The possibilities may sweep across economic clusters, from healthcare to beauty products and beyond, the market impact is anticipated to be profound.
Hemp and Marijuana
Both hemp and marijuana are varieties of the same species of plant, Cannabis sativa, but from different cultivars.
Not only are Hemp and marijuana distinct from one another genetically,they are also differentiated by their use as well as their chemical composition.
In addition, different cultivation practices are involved in their production.
Marijuana usually means the cultivated plant commonly used as a psychotropic drug, either medicinally or recreationally, it can be smoked, consumed in a tincture, an edible, or a capsule, etc.,
Hemp, on the other hand, is grown for use in the production of many products, including food and food ingredients, ingredients for body care and personal care products, such as cosmetics or as nutritional supplements, for beverages and for fabrics and textile, paper, construction materials, and other manufacturing goods.
CBD In Orange County
According to the Times Herald Record: “Orange County farmers are projected to grow one-third to one-half of the CBD hemp that will be harvested in the Hudson Valley this first year of explosive interest in the crop.
“Our preliminary surveys indicate there’s 500 to 700 acres of hemp in Orange County of the 1,100 to 1,500 acres that have been planted in the Hudson Valley,″ said Maire Ullrich, agricultural program leader at Cornell Cooperative Extension Orange County. “And about 60 to 80 percent of that is in the Black Dirt.
In comparison, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Farm Service Agency reported 2,654 acres were planted in the Black Dirt region’s signature onions last year.”