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Charlotte's Web Medical Hemp Act of 2014

The bill proposes to exclude industrial hemp and cannabidiol (CBD) from the definition of marijuana, ensuring that children and individuals with epilepsy and other debilitating seizure disorders have access to life-changing Cannabidiol (CBD) Oil and therapeutic hemp such as the Charlotte's Web™ brand of hemp products. High CBD hemp strains have provided relief for thousands of people in the United States as it's shown to reduce the amount and duration of seizures in children suffering from epilepsy and other seizure disorders.

Through cross breeding hemp varieties and landrace strains of cannabis, the Stanley brothers of Colorado developed a rare new strain of hemp that is marketed under the Charlotte's Web™ brand. Charlotte's Web™ products help create a better quality of life for patients of all ages affected by diseases such as cancer, multiple sclerosis, HIV/AIDS, Parkinson's and other debilitating conditions.

Statement on H.R. 5226

Last week we stood next to Congressman Scott Perry when he announced the "Charlotte's Web Medical Hemp Act of 2014" bill. It was an extraordinary moment for us and we were honored to be there representing all the individuals and families who have been fighting so hard with us every step of the way.

Our entire team is proud of the contributions we've made to this federal bill, as it will take out industrial hemp and cannabidiol (CBD) from the definition of marijuana, giving all licensed growers the ability to harvest more plants and extract more oil to help those seeking high CBD hemp supplements.

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