Since hemp has the ability to draw toxins and contaminants from the soil, it’s important to buy CBD oil from manufacturers who rely on hemp grown with organic farming methods. Unless hemp is grown without chemical fertilizers and pesticides, the contaminants will end up in your CBD oil. The most reputable manufacturers insist on ensuring their products are free of contaminants by:
• Testing soil before planting to ensure the soil is free of toxins
• Planting hemp seeds that have not been exposed to chemicals
• Growing seeds that have not been genetically manipulated (non-GMO)
• Growing hemp without the use of harmful pesticides or herbicides
• Growing and processing hemp plants without antibiotics or radiation
While reputable vendors are aware of the significance of growing hemp using organic farming methods, hemp crops are not typically certified organic. You need to know that CBD oil does not qualify to be certified as an organic product. In order to receive organic certification, a product must fall under the jurisdiction of the FDA. Hemp products are not regulated by the FDA. If a product manufacturer claims their CBD oil is certified organic, they are misrepresenting their products.
Know that although we cannot claim that our products are certified organic, that they are in fact grown under organic conditions to assure your safety.
* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Always check with your physician before starting a new dietary supplement program.