BUY CANNABIDIOL (CBD) HEMP OIL GUIDE
Cannabidiol or CBD has been one of the most exciting discoveries in health and wellness in recent years. Coverage in major media outlets has made CBD a household name, and people are discovering its benefits for themselves every day.
Our comprehensive guide to CBD hemp oil products will give you all the information you need to know to get started using CBD and should answer any questions you have about hemp oil as a source for CBD.
The cannabis plant has been at the center of worldwide controversy in recent years, as restrictive cannabis policies are starting to shift toward more compassionate medical and recreational use laws. This patchwork of change, however, has created a confusing and often contradicting set of cannabis policies, making it difficult to know exactly where you stand when trying to access cannabis where you live. Here we answer some common questions about who can purchase CBD hemp oil products and where.
Although it is legal to manufacture products containing cannabidiol (CBD) from naturally low-THC hemp here in the U.S., it is still largely illegal to grow hemp in America, with small exceptions being made for pilot programs through the 2014 Farm Bill. Therefore, we must import all the hemp oil used in the formulation of our products from international sources.
Hemp has become a popular legal source of cannabinoids like CBD in a number of countries around the world. Legal hemp is classified here in the U.S. as having a THC content of less than 0.3% by dry weight.
Working with a cooperative of farms in Northern Europe, we carefully tested and reviewed 3,000 cultivars of hemp to find the one that would thrive and produce the optimal ratio of cannabinoids necessary for our products. The hemp oil sourced from these hemp plants are high in CBD and low in THC, the cannabinoid that gets users high.
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