Frequently Asked Questions

They are distinctly different varieties, even though they are both Cannabis sativa L., Industrial hemp is the non-psychoactive, untraceable THC, mostly oilseed and a variety of fibers of the Cannabis sativa plant. Hemp is completely different from marijuana in its chemical makeup, cultivation methods, and its applications.

No, the THC level is so low in hemp that it is impossible for you to get high from smoking it. Hemp contains another chemical called CBD (Cannabidiol) that blocks the effectiveness of the THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol) chemical. Under .3% is Legal Limit for THC in Industrial Hemp.

CBD oil derived from industrial hemp plants is completely legal to buy in all 50 states of the USA.
In 2018, a farm bill was passed allowing the cultivation of hemp within the US. Until that time, growing hemp was considered federally illegal. Only importing industrial hemp was approved. In the US there arecurrently few farms that specialize specifically in the production of hemp flower and hemp extracts. However, the release of this bill and increased interest in cannabinoids is the driving force behind more individuals attempt to produce hemp.

Yes, there are 3 different types of CBD oil. Isolate which is a purified CBD molecule. CBD isolate is white and powdery in its appearance. Full Spectrum is the cannabis-derived from the whole plant that contains CBD and other phytocannabinoids such as THC, CBN, THCA, CBC, and CBG. Broad Spectrum contains all phytocannabinoids in the plant but does not contain any detectable amount of THC.

CBD goes through a verification process to provide proof of its purity and potency, for quality
control. Quality manufacturers want to ensure that their customers know exactly what they’re buying, and provide plenty of information to educate them. This is where third-party testing comes into play. In fact, few states that have been allowing grow of cannabis for recreational use have been fast to act on putting regulations for growers, processors and resellers in what we believe will continue to evolve to become industry standards.


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