One of the most misleading phrases on a product is “hemp oil”. Hemp oil can be derived from two very different parts of the hemp plant; the hemp seeds or the hemp flower. It is said that hemp seed oil is one of nature's most nutritional oils, however it contains non of the essential Cannabidiol (CBD). True CBD oil comes from processing the flowers of the hemp plant. Noticeably, many products on the market claim to be CBD, although they are being manufactured with hemp seed oil and don’t appear to be infused with CBD oil.
Hemp plants are known to cleanse the soil by taking nutrients and chemicals out of the soil. Therefore, it is essential to know what types of nutrients are being fed to the plants, and to know what the land was used for prior to growing the hemp plants. Ideally, farmers and manufacturers should have their soil tested to make sure there is no contaminants in the soil which could end up in the product .
The extraction process is also a huge factor and there are many processes companies use to extract CBD from the hemp plant. Different processes such as butane, propane, food grade alcohol, Co2, and olive oil can all be used to extract the compound. Naturally Vermont prefers to use both the food grade alcohol and Co2 methods to extract CBD.
One last helpful tip is understanding the wide range of prices for CBD products. While pricing is majorly based on milligrams of CBD contained in the product, it is not the only factor that contributes to the total price. CBD is thought to be more beneficial when blended with other essential oils and ingredients. We recommend that you compare our ingredients and milligrams of CBD with other products to ensure you are receiving exceptional value.
Not all CBD products are created equally. Know where it comes from, how it is grown, and what extraction process is used. There are many quality products on the market, but there are also many low quality products to be aware of.
FDA Disclosure: These statements have not be evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and are not intended to diagnose, treat or cure any disease. Always consult with your physician before starting a new dietary supplement program. The FDA considers non-THC based hemp products to be “food-based” and therefore legal without a medical marijuana license. CBD Hemp Oil containing less than .3% THC is legal in all 50 States.
Full Disclosure: Although we grow our own CBD Hemp, some of our products are produced out of state.
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