On Monday, the House of Representatives voted in favor of an amendment to the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) that approves the use of CBD and other hemp-derived products by members of the United States military. The measure, sponsored by Iraq War veteran Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI), passed by a vote of 336-71.

“Secretary of Defense may not prohibit, on the basis of a product containing hemp or any ingredient derived from hemp, the possession, use, or consumption of such product by a member of the Armed Forces” under the condition that “such possession, use, or consumption is in compliance with applicable Federal, State, and local law,” the amendment states.


This is a real good thing, although a little late.  My grandson was an affiliate for Hempworx and he was not allowed to have any of the products on base or in his possession.  Not only that, but if cbd was ever detected in his urine or blood, he could have been discharged.  It is about time that everyone realize that natural herbs and other plants created by God can be far more effective than a drug created by man that contains poisons and has side effects.

Now military personnel in Japan, South Korea, or wherever they may be are free to use cbd products.  Just as important as that is their ability to become affiliates of Hempworx and create a generational income for their posterity.

It does appear that the Navy has concerns about THC levels, which is a non-issue with Hempworx as indicated in this article.  https://www.marijuanamoment.net/navy-bans-hemp-shampoo-for-sailors-and-marines-as-part-of-broader-cbd-prohibition/  Sometimes you just have to wonder how many people are sharing the same brain cell.

They are now free to start a home based business or side gig with affiliates around the world.

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