We'll assume yours is 10 (if you don't have the exact number from lab testing) to demonstrate the equation using a round number. First, you divide 10 into 1000 to get the per- milligram amount : One gram of cannabis = 1,000 milligrams.
Here are the steps for determining how many mg of CBD are in a single drop of the oil you're taking: Multiply the total mg amount of CBD in the bottle by the number of mL in the bottle (This will give you the TOTAL number of DROPS in the bottle) Divide the total mg content by the total number of drops.
Larry Wooten: We have over 1,500 growers that are licensed to grow hemp now in North Carolina, and it's growing every day. That's as many hemp farmers certified as we have tobacco farmers.
While 33 stated have legalized medical marijuana, the remaining 17 states have all passed laws allowing the use of cannabidiol (CBD) extract, usually in oil form, with minimal tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), and often for the treatment of epilepsy or seizures in seriously ill children.
On average, hemp crops can yield about anywhere between 2.5 to 3 tons of hemp fiber per acre, which means after costs farmers can make upwards of $480 per acre in profit. Much of the fiber market depends on industrial processing capacity, and at present, there is little in the emerging US market.