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s now: In beer, ice cream, tea, coffee, body oils, shampoos, gummy bears, the hamburgers of a national fast-food chain, even doggy treats.
CBD-infused products can be bought on the internet, at gas stations, convenience stores, drugstore chains and retail stores.
Many of the products are vague about what exactly CBD is supposed to do, and the US Food and Drug Administration pro
hibits unproven health claims. Yet that doesn’t stop promises from proliferating on the internet, where arti
cles and testimonials suggest that CBD can effectively treat an array of ailments.
The deluge of CBD-infused products started after US President Donald Trump signed the Farm Bill into law in Dece
mber that legalized the production of hemp, which had been classified as a controlled substance on par with heroin. He
mp contains high levels of CBD, which is termed non-psychoactive, meaning it won’t produce a high feeling.
quality of forestation, with high technologies employed to save rainwater, improve soil quality and ensure the survival rate of the trees.
A work plan issued by the bureau also put forward specific measures
to enhance efforts in bio-diversity, forest quality, soil quality, education about nature and water-saving.
China’s civil servant law, newly revised in December 2018, took effect Saturday.
The revised law clarifies systems of civil servant promotion and a
ssessment, and includes statutes to improve rewards and benefits such as pension schemes.
It also tightens supervision over civil servants, keeping its statute
s in line with the supervision law and disciplinary rules of the Communist Party of China.
The revised law bans civil servants from working as leaders of industry regulators or administrat
ive departments in charge of supervising businesses run by their spouses, children or in-laws.
Laoshan district in Qingdao, Shandong province has launched a global compet
ition for cultural and innovative designs, offering a top prize of 50,000 yuan ($7,370).
The competition will run till July 30, and organizers will invite experts to
review collected works in August, with winners expected to be announced September.
The collection is divided into two sections: production
designs and special projects from individuals and groups, at home and abroad.
Production designs are to range from art crafts to prints, digital product
s, cartoons, furniture, as well as garments, while special projects can be related to sc
ulpture, tourism, festivals and even red cultural heritage, the color embodying China’s revolutionary spirit.