The most bioavailable Hemp oil on the market!
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1. Sourced from 100% organically grown hemp plants (no pesticides or herbicides used).
2. Extracted via a pollution-free, environmentally-friendly, high efficiency supercritical Co2, cold processed extraction process.
3. 3rd party lab tested for both purity and potency. No pesticide residues or heavy metals detected.
This product is completely, 100% raw from start to finish, using a cold-processed CO2 super-critical extraction process. All of the many other companies that I dealt with said that their processing temperature is anywhere from 140 - 160+ degrees. We use organic cold-pressed Hempseed Oil as the base and there are no cheap fillers like Grape Alcohol, etc.
HEMP Oil bottle contains 250 milligrams of HEMP OIL and just .014% THC... When you break that down per serving, it's pretty much zero THC per serving.
Our HEMP Oil is the highest quality, most readily absorbable, 100% raw HEMP OIL around!
Please note: This HEMP Oil is sent as is and no returns will be accepted.
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Our CBD oil has been tested to have up to 2 year shelf life. Although these products are past the label date by 7 months, they will still carry a ‘healing punch’ for over a year and a half. You can extend the life of your CBD oil by keeping it in a cool location.
While it’s not necessary to store your CBD oil in the fridge, it’s a good idea to do so if you buy in bulk or don’t use it every day. Essentially, if you don’t expect to use up the product within a few months, consider storing it in the fridge.
Keep in mind, storing CBD hemp oil in the fridge thickens it up. For tinctures, oils, or other liquid-y CBD products, that may make it harder to dispense.
A 2016 study from the Centre for Pharmacognosy and Phyto therapy found that the cannabinoid content does change over time, however, they called the changes “moderate”, at under 10%.