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Understanding the Options in Hemp Products 

 Hemp creams, Delta 8 Products, Delta 10 tinctures, waxes, and vaping products are just a few examples of what all hemp has to offer. All hemp products, by law, must contain no more than 0.3% THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol). THC is the compound found in all cannabis plants. While hemp products contain some level of THC, unless they are sold as CBD isolate, there is no psychoactive component of the products. We third-party test all of our products to ensure we meet these regulations and give our customers peace of mind. 


Full-Spectrum and Broad-Spectrum Hemp

Full-spectrum hemp contains the full components and compounds found in the hemp plant while keeping a low level of THC. The complete range of terpenes and cannabinoids allows all the chemicals in the plant to work together and impact the human endocannabinoid system to promote sleep and appetite, reduce pain and inflammation, and help in improving mood. 


Broad-spectrum CBD or hemp provides a larger scale of the terpenes and cannabinoids in the product. However, most of the THC, even in the small allowable amount, is removed. This still offers a full range of health and mental wellness benefits. 


CBD Isolate is a specialized hemp product that has been processed to remove all THC. It is typically sold in a powdered form as a pure isolate, or it can be combined with oil or even put in food or drinks, as it is tasteless. For those who want to try CBD but don’t want to risk ingesting trace amounts of delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC)—the main mind-altering chemical found in marijuana—CBD isolate may be the best option.

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