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Hemp Cultivation Licensing
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Find the resources and information you need to grow, process, distribute and retail hemp in Florida.
Florida Hemp Grow takes pride in its science-based approach in the production of its quality CBD products. From its GMP facilities, it produces hemp oil and CBD using safe methods. No solvents and other preservatives are used in their manufacture.
The products are aptly named with a “Bee” prefix, which is a fun aspect. The CBD-infused honey products include Bee Chill, Bee Fluid, Bee Relieved, Bee Fit, Bee Focused, and Bee Immune. There are also non-CBD honey products like Bee Energized.
Note that any cannabis-derived and infused products that were made, sold, and used in violation of the law can be subjected to possible destruction. Said destruction is under the jurisdiction of the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services.
Under Florida’s law, qualified physicians must include a recommended dosage amount in order. Keep in mind that the recommended dosage isn’t the daily dose per se but a cap – or a limit – on the amount of medication purchased.
Sunshine Hemp, Inc.
: 26216 County Road 448A, Mount Dora, Florida 32757
: (352) 383-6900
Amendment 2 also transitioned the Office of Compassionate Use (OCU), which was under the Florida Department of Health, to the Office of Medical Marijuana Use (OMMU) alongside the establishment of MMTCs. Today, the OMMU is responsible for the following functions:
MedMen, a licensed MMTC, is among the best places for newbies and enthusiasts who want a welcoming, accessible and efficient shopping environment. Its committed thrust toward transparency, education, and curation about cannabis is also considered a reliable source for premium cannabis products.
Long & Scott Farms
Pet food and treats, including their specialty forms, are the only types of animal products allowed to contain or consist of hemp extracts, too. The 0.3% or less THC concentration on a dry weight basis also applies for these CBD products, as is the case for human products.
However, commercial cultivation for the medical marijuana and low-THC cannabis market is allowed under strict legal requirements. Only licensed MMTCs, vertically integrated businesses, are the only entities authorized to cultivate, process, and dispense medical and low-THC cannabis. There are three stages of authorization that every licensed MMTC must follow before it can dispense these regulated products, namely: