GREEN BAY, Wis. (WBAY) — final April, Governor Scott Walker finalized a bill to legalize the employment of a cannabis extract referred to as CBD oil, but since that time there has been confusion as to what can legally be offered in drug stores.
Even as we reported then, Gov. Walker finalized into legislation Senate Bill 10 and only with a doctor’s note can clients have access to marijuana derived CBD oil. It treats seizure clients without producing the “high” that traditional marijuana use brings.
You will find drug stores in Green Bay that advertise CBD oil and state there clearly was a big change between your hemp variation and marijuana-derived form of CBD oil.
B-Alive Nutrition Center, now marketing its CBD oil items on its storefront, is found in downtown Green Bay.
“We actually have cannabis oil lots of clients to arrive asking us about CBD. There’s lots of advantages for CBD,” stated Micah Corrigan, B-Alive Nutrition Center manager.
Corrigan stated he is done their research, enough to understand this version can be had by him of CBD oil in the shop — and like many stores in the city claims there is a significant difference as to just how the merchandise is manufactured. Continue Reading