“I just couldn’t see any reason to continue buying it (CBD) from far away when we have such rich local resources.”
By Teressa Mahoney August, 2018
The Hemp Farming Act that was passed on Dec. 20, 2018, removed hemp (defined as cannabis with less than 0.3% THC) from Schedule 1 controlled substances and made it an ordinary agricultural commodity. Now we are able to ship our CBD Infused products to all 50 states.
This is our newest product line, and we are so excited for the launch! My child’s therapist introduced me to CBD. She recommended it for anxiety and sleeplessness. It was amazingly effective. It has made a huge difference in our family.
I purchased my first tincture from a company out of state. However, it didn’t take me very long to realize that right here in Colorado there are many hemp growers. Thee are several who are environmentally conscious and use organic farming practices as well as CO2 extraction methods. I just couldn’t see any reason to continue buying it from far away when we have such rich local resources Now our policy is to use only Colorado grown CBD.
Since I have been making creams, salves, tinctures and lotions for a while, it wasn’t too far of a stretch to learn how to make CBD infused items. I have spent hours upon hours researching CBD’s benefits and side effects. I’ve explored the ways people have used it. I’m confident that these products can contribute to healthy lifestyles and support relief from several health issues. Of course, you should always consult with your doctor before use.
If you’ve never used CBD before, there are a couple of articles I would recommend reading as you begin your journey. The first is from Wellness Mama, who has been a wonderful resource for me since I first started crafting lotions and such. For your own education, I suggest you read this article she wrote, it is well-researched and I consider it a must read.
You can find it here.
Here’s a second article that helps demystify CBD dosing. There are several factors which will influence which items are right for you as well as how many milligrams you should use. I highly recommend reading and bookmarking this article for you as well as how many milligrams you should use. I highly recommend reading and bookmarking this article for reference.
There is a lot of mis-information going around about CBD. Some people claim that it is fully legal in all states. My research has led me to believe this is a bit of a murky issue. CBD extracted from the mature stalks and stems of help plants (which is what we use) is, in fact, completely legal. The problem is that CBD sourced from marijuana plants remains illegal in many places. To be absolutely sure not to put our customers at risk, we are currently only selling CBD infused products to our customers in states where every kind of CBD is legal. These states are Alaska, Washington, Oregon, California, Nevada, Colorado, Massachusetts and Main.