Gov. Phil Scott’s commission studying marijuana legalization should be completed by December
Life-changing personal stories were the driving force behind Vermont’s first cannabinoid entrepreneurs at the first cannabis and hemp convention in South Burlington on Saturday. “I have a sister who has a seizure disorder, so I really got interested in CBD in 2015 when the farm bill was enacted in Vermont,” Kyle Gruter-Curham said at his booth at the back the DoubleTree Hilton’s convention room.
Gruter-Curham is the owner of Creek Valley Cannabidoil in Irasburg. He launched his product line including vapor pen cartridges, CBD-infused Komucha tea, and CBD coconut oil last spring. CBD-infused edible products were abundant at the convention hosted in part by Heady Vermont, a cannabis legalization advocacy group. Folks like Richard Porter and his wife, who sampled Luce Farm’s CBD-infused honey, drove three hours from Wilmington to get tips about growing their own hemp and marijuana and also shop for products.
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