As more and more Americans get vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus, it is once again becoming safe for you to leave your home. As a result, more and more state restrictions are being lifted to allow their residents to once again get out in the world. With this newfound freedom, the first item on many folks’ wish list is to travel again. As a result, airline seats are getting booked and the roadways are beginning to return to their prior traffic levels.
So if you are ready to travel and are an avid CBD or Delta 8 THC user, you may be concerned about certain aspects of traveling with your product. What would be the safest to bring? Will I run into any legality issues going from one state to another? With these questions in mind, here are some tips on traveling with CBD and Delta 8 THC products.
Traveling with CBD and Delta 8 THC Products
Our first suggestion for travel with your favorite CBD or Delta 8 THC product is irrelevant to the type of travel you choose. Whether it be by airplane, car, bus, or train, we suggest that you do not travel with any of our hemp flowers, prerolls, or kief. The reason for this is that these products may be mistaken for marijuana. Even if you bring them in their original packaging, the product looks and smells too similar to marijuana and may cause you issues when going through security at the airline or other transport company, or if you are pulled over while driving.
Instead, we suggest that you bring one or more of The Hemp Doctor’s tincture, softgel, balm, or edible products – pretty much anything but the hemp flower that could be confused with marijuana. Each of these products comes in a clearly labeled container that will serve to prove that the contents are, indeed, CBD or Delta 8 THC. Along those lines, be sure to keep your products in their original container when traveling to avoid suspicion.
Vape cartridges and pens may or may not cause you any issues. Carrying the original packaging with you may help, but an overly zealous security officer may question the substance within the vape. Also be sure that you understand and abide by any travel restrictions and vaping prohibitions for your mode of transportation, especially when it comes to airlines.
The Legality of CBD and Delta 8 THC
If you travel outside of your home state, you need to be concerned about the legality of your favorite hemp-based products. What is legal in one state may not be legal in another, even though federal law allows it.
Cannabidiol, or CBD for short, became legal in the United States on a federal level with the passing of The Farm Bill of 2018. This bill allowed for cannabis plants to be grown, processed into products, and sold as long as the plants and the final products adhered to four criteria:
- The cannabis plant that the product is derived from must be the hemp strain of cannabis, not marijuana.
- The plant and the final product may not contain more than .3% THC by weight.
- The hemp must adhere to shared state and federal regulations.
- A properly licensed farmer must grow the hemp.
This Farm Bill allowed for CBD to become federally legal across the US. However, some states have restrictions on the legality of CBD. For example, Nebraska and Idaho will only allow CBD products in their borders if the product contains 0% THC. Some states will allow for the CBD to be derived from marijuana, while other states strictly forbid it. The federal government has allowed states to determine their own rules when it comes to marijuana and marijuana-derived products. Before you travel, make sure you educate yourself on the laws of your destination and any states that you may be traveling through.
Delta 8 THC
Delta 8 THC is technically legal under The Farm Bill of 2018. This is because the bill specifies THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) as the Delta 9 THC cannabinoid. This is the renowned cannabinoid that is responsible for the high that users feel when they smoke marijuana. Even though technically legal on a federal level, there have been recent challenges to Delta 8 THC’s legality by some states and the DEA. As with CBD, we recommend educating yourself on the legality of Delta 8 THC for your destination.
One other thing that you should be aware of when traveling is the wide variations between states when it comes to where vaping is allowed. Many states consider vaping in the same category as smoking. As such, many of these states don’t allow vaping in public buildings, private workplaces, restaurants, and bars. In contrast, some states have prohibitions for smoking but no such prohibitions when vaping. Again, it is important to educate yourself so that you know where you’ll be able to use your favorite vape once you reach your destination.
You Can Trust The Hemp Doctor!
You can count on The Hemp Doctor, America’s Premier Hemp & CBD Dispensary, to stock only CBD and Delta 8 THC products that are compliant with all federal laws throughout the United States. This is because everything we carry
- Is derived only from hemp;
- Contains no more than 0.3% Delta 9 THC by weight;
- Adheres to shared state and federal regulations; and
- Is grown by a properly licensed farmer.
But in addition to counting on us for products that are 100% federally legal, you can trust that all of our products are derived only from hemp that is grown in America. This means that the quality and purity of our hemp is overseen by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). Many of our competitors use hemp that is imported from other countries, and those countries may not have the same strict guidelines as American grown hemp. Therefore, the hemp from those countries may contain heavy metals, pesticides, and molds that may make their way into the final product. It makes sense to only trust your health to products derived from hemp grown on U.S. soil and to trust The Hemp Doctor for all of your CBD and Delta 8 THC needs.
As with anything you buy, you want to get the most from spending your hard-earned money. You want your purchase to last as long as possible and remain consistently effective throughout the product’s life.
When it comes to Delta 8 THC products, the way you store that product has a lot to do with how long it remains effective. We at The Hemp Doctor, America’s Premier Hemp & CBD Dispensary, want to not only provide you with the best hemp products on the market today, but we also want you to be able to get the most “bang for your buck” as well. With that in mind, here is some guidance for storing your Delta 8 THC products to do just that.
Oral Delta 8 THC Products
Tinctures like our Delta 8 THC Tinctures combine Delta 8 with a carrier oil like MCT oil. By combining the cannabinoid with a carrier oil, the tinctures can last for years if they are unopened. However, you need to make sure to store your tinctures away from heat and light.
Sunlight has a direct effect on the cannabinoids within your tincture and will diminish their effectiveness. So before and after you open the tincture bottle, be sure to keep it out of direct sunlight. The same thing goes for heat. Extreme heat will not only diminish the effectiveness of the Delta 8 THC inside, but it will also break down the carrier oil within the bottle. Therefore, you want to keep your tinctures in a cool, dry place away from any light source.
Some users have had good results in keeping their tinctures in the refrigerator. We agree that this is a great idea. Just understand that your oil will be slightly thicker when you pull the bottle out to use it. If for some reason you need to keep your tincture available for years, you can freeze the tincture. However, you may find some degradation inconsistency once it is thawed.
Once you open your bottle of tincture, another element that will affect the cannabinoids within the oil is air. Therefore, make sure that you screw the cap of the bottle on tightly after every use.
Softgels are also affected by heat and light. Just like with tinctures, sunlight can break down the Delta 8 THC within the softgel. Heat is especially harmful to softgels. Not only will heat break down the cannabinoids inside the softgel, but excessive heat may also melt the gel casing on the capsule itself, causing it to stick to other capsules or deteriorate to the point of bursting. Be sure to keep your softgels in a cool, dark place, and make sure to keep the top to their container closed tight.
Edibles like our Delta 8 THC Cosmic Rings have a gummy texture. This texture is produced by using gelatin as an ingredient to give it that wonderful consistency. However, just like with anything gelatin, excessive heat will cause the product to melt. To be sure, leaving your bottle of gummies in a hot car will likely result in one large, single gummy. Make sure you keep your edibles in a cool place to not only protect against melting but to protect the quality of the Delta 8 THC that is contained within each delicious bite.
Daylight and air can also affect the quality of your gummy, as they cannot only affect the consistency of the treat, they can also degrade the Delta 8 THC as well. Be sure to keep your gummies in a dark place with the container lid tightly sealed. Many people opt to keep their gummies in a refrigerator to keep them cool and dark. Our Delta 8 THC Bombs are also affected by light, heat, and moisture as the sugar coating on our bombs may melt when in contact with too much heat or moisture.
One unique storage issue when it comes to Delta 8 THC edibles is the fact that they are brightly colored and tasty. In other words, they look and taste a lot like candy. This can be an issue if you have children in your household. Because of this, it is recommended that you keep your Delta 8 THC edibles in a cool, dark, and dry environment as well as either in a locked container or cabinet – anywhere out of reach of little hands.
Vape cartridges like our Delta 8 THC Hemp Derived Cartridge degrade very little over time. However, you still want to store them in a dark and cool place, as heat and sunlight can still affect the potency of the cannabinoids in the vaping solution. Also, extreme heat has been known to destabilize a vape battery and sometimes cause them to explode. So be sure not to leave your vape pen in the glove compartment of a hot car.
Prerolls consist of our phytocannabinoid-rich hemp flower wrapped in smokable paper. This combination makes it necessary to keep your prerolls away from moisture. Too much moisture will cause the flower to mold. It is also recommended that you not keep your prerolls in the refrigerator, as this may also cause your prerolls to become moist. It is also never recommended to keep your prerolls in the freezer because the freezing process will greatly harm the flower in the preroll.
Heat is another factor that may damage the flower in your preroll. Not only will storing your preroll in excessive heat diminish the effectiveness of the preroll, but too much heat can also cause the flower to mold. Hemp flower tends to enjoy temperatures somewhere between 77 and 86 degrees Fahrenheit.
No matter where you keep your prerolls, the best container to store them in is something made of glass. Mason jars are ideal because they are tightly sealed, and some retailers have special glass containers that pull the air out of sealed jars. Glass actually cures the flower contained in your preroll while it protects the flower against moisture.
If you are not going to use your Delta 8 THC shatter within the next week, it is recommended that you first wrap it in a non-stick paper (your shatter usually comes with this, but wax paper will do), then place it in a ziplock bag and place that bag into a glass container. Place this container in a cool, dark, dry place. This will not only protect the potency of your shatter, but it will also protect it against hair and other environmental elements that may stick to it.
We hope that you found this information helpful. Of course, if you have further questions, you can always give us a call or contact us online. One of our knowledgeable and friendly staff would be happy to get you the information you need.
As with any substance that you ingest, smoke, or rub on your body, CBD products have a shelf life. Of course, you can maximize that shelf life by properly storing your products. Proper storage will also allow for the potency of your CBD products to remain consistent throughout their usage cycle. With this in mind, we at The Hemp Doctor, America’s Premier Hemp & CBD Dispensary, would like to offer some storage suggestions based on each product type.
Oral CBD Products
Tinctures are a combination of phytocannabinoid-rich CBD along with a carrier oil such as extra virgin olive oil. By combining the CBD with the carrier oil, the shelf life is extended much like a normal bottle of oil would be if it were in your pantry. An unopened bottle of CBD tincture can be stored safely from 18 to 24 months. However, there are some things you need to keep in mind when storing an unopened bottle and after that bottle is opened.
First, keep your CBD away from light and heat. You will notice that the tincture bottles tend to be tinted, and there is a reason for this. Direct light and heat degrade the CBD within the tincture, so keep your tincture bottle out of direct sunlight and away from heat. The best place to store your bottle is in a cool, dry place like in a pantry or cabinet. However, make sure that there are no appliances like a stove that would cause the cabinet to heat up. Many people store their tinctures in their refrigerators for this reason. This will thicken the tincture somewhat, but it will not harm it. If you have reason to store your tincture for a very long time before using it, it is OK to put it in the freezer. However, once you thaw it for use, do not refreeze.
Second, you want to keep your tincture away from the air. Air can also degrade the potency of the CBD. Always tightly seal your tincture bottle after each use.
Just like tinctures, CBD softgels need to be kept away from light and heat. Accidentally leaving your softgels in a hot environment like your car could cause the gelatin coating on the softgels to melt and stick together. Exposure to air does not affect the softgels as much as the tinctures, but moisture may. So you should limit that exposure as much as possible. Again, a cool, dry place like a cabinet, pantry, or refrigerator is an optimal storage place for your softgels.
Edibles like our Peach Rings or Watermelon Rings are tasty and appealing to the eye. This makes them especially attractive to children who may decide they want to gobble them up. Therefore, you must store your edibles in either a locked container or hidden somewhere out of the reach of children.
Just like with most CBD oral products, store your gummy or hard candy edibles in a cool, dry place. Hard candies like our Lemon Drops aren’t as affected by air, heat, or moisture. However, gummies can easily melt when exposed to heat, and air and moisture can change their consistency and potency. Keeping gummies in the refrigerator is advisable, but only if you have a way of keeping them away from small hands.
Balms and Salves
Balms and salves like our Hemp CBD Salve should be kept away from heat and direct light, which could change their consistency and effectiveness. Prolonged exposure to air is also a danger, especially for a salve product, as the air may dry out the product. Be sure to keep your balms and salves in a dark, cool, dry place with the lid tightly closed.
Hemp Flower and Prerolls
As with all CBD products, heat, light, and air are all factors when storing your hemp CBD flower. However, hemp flower has some slightly different nuances but can last up to two years if stored correctly.
First, you want to store your flower in prerolls in glass, not in plastic bags. Glass will cure your hemp flower and slow the degrading process, so you might want to invest in some Mason jars. Glass will also guard against moisture, which is a huge issue for hemp flower as moisture can cause mold.
Second, be sure to keep your hemp flower out of direct sunlight and extreme temperatures. Sunlight will cause the cannabinoids within the flower to deteriorate. Heat is another factor, as hotter temperatures will also cause your flower to mold. Do not put your hemp flower in the refrigerator or freezer, because refrigeration can make your buds overly moist and freezing can cause freezer burn that will damage the bud’s trichomes. Hemp flowers do best at a temperature somewhere between 77 and 86 degrees Fahrenheit.
Air is not a factor in vape cartridges as they are self-enclosed. However, sunlight can affect the potency of the CBD in the cartridge so keep them in a dark place. Also, consistent heat can cause the vaping oil to degrade as well. In addition, you have to be careful as vape pen batteries may become unstable in extreme heat, so never keep them in your car.
You’ll Always Find Value at The Hemp Doctor
We believe in taking care of our many customers and helping them to get the most out of the premium quality products that they purchase from The Hemp Doctor. This is why all of our products carry a 30-day money-back guarantee. In addition, you can count on the quality of our products – and here’s why.
- We insist that all of our products are derived from hemp grown in U.S. soil under strict guidelines set by the USDA.
- We only use state-of-the-art technology to extract our premium hemp oil, without the use of solvents or hydrocarbons that may end up in the final product.
- We have everything in our inventory tested by a third-party laboratory and make those results available to you.
Don’t trust your CBD and Delta 8 THC purchase to anyone but The Hemp Doctor. Shop with us today!
The federal government has allowed each state to determine its own laws regarding smoking and vaping in that state. So to help you understand the different rules of vaping versus smoking in public in the U.S., we’ve put together a list of what each state allows and prohibits.
Alabama – Smoking is restricted in government buildings, schools, child care facilities, and health care facilities. Vaping is not allowed on licensed daycare premises or for emergency medical providers while providing care.
Alaska – Smoking and vaping are both prohibited inside of any public area or building.
Arizona – Smoking and vaping are both prohibited inside of any public area or building.
Arkansas – Smoking is prohibited in government buildings, schools, child care facilities, and health care facilities. Vaping is prohibited on school or state-sponsored campus grounds and off-campus events, in child care facilities, or health care facilities.
California – Smoking and vaping are both prohibited inside of any public area or building, with some exceptions.
Colorado – Smoking and vaping are both prohibited inside of any public area or building and mostly restricted in private workplaces.
Connecticut – Smoking is prohibited or restricted in all public areas. Vaping is prohibited in most public areas and schools.
Delaware – Smoking and vaping are both prohibited inside of any public area or building.
District of Columbia – Smoking and vaping are both prohibited inside of any public area or building.
Florida – Smoking and vaping are both prohibited inside of any public area or building but only restricted in bars.
Georgia – Smoking is prohibited inside of most public buildings and is restricted in private workplaces, restaurants, and bars. Vaping is only prohibited in school safety zones and for food service employees while at work.
Hawaii – Smoking and vaping are both prohibited inside of any public area or building.
Idaho – Smoking is prohibited in most public buildings. It is restricted in private workplaces, but there are no prohibitions in bars. There are no prohibitions for vaping.
Illinois – Smoking and vaping a product with nicotine are both prohibited inside of any public area or building.
Indiana – Smoking is prohibited in most public buildings and private workplaces. However, it is mostly restricted in restaurants and bars. Vaping has no prohibitions.
Iowa – Smoking is prohibited inside any public area or building. Vaping is prohibited in state-operated buildings and their connecting grounds.
Kansas – Smoking is prohibited inside any public area or building. There are no restrictions on vaping.
Kentucky – Smoking is restricted in government buildings, schools, and health care facilities. There are no restrictions on private workplaces, child care facilities, restaurants, or bars. Vaping is prohibited in any buildings owned by the executive branch, the Hardin District Court, schools, child care professionals in the presence of a child, and body piercing and tattoo workstations.
Louisiana – Smoking and vaping are both prohibited inside of any public area or building, except for bars, which have no restrictions. Vaping is only prohibited on school property or in a vehicle where a child under 13 is present.
Maine – Smoking and vaping are both prohibited inside of any public area or building.
Maryland – Smoking is prohibited inside any public area or building. Maryland has no restrictions on vaping.
Massachusetts – Smoking and vaping are both prohibited inside of any public area or building.
Michigan – Smoking is prohibited inside any public area or building. Vaping is only prohibited in child care properties and the Third Judicial Circuit Court.
Minnesota – Smoking is mostly restricted in government buildings and private workplaces. Otherwise, it is prohibited in all other public buildings. Vaping is prohibited and restricted in the same areas as smoking.
Mississippi – Smoking is mostly restricted in government buildings and schools. It is prohibited in child care facilities, but there are no prohibitions in private workplaces, health care facilities, restaurants, and bars. There are no prohibitions on vaping.
Missouri – Smoking is restricted in most public buildings and restaurants. There are no prohibitions in private workplaces and bars. Vaping is restricted to certain areas on public properties and prohibited in public schools and foster homes.
Montana – Smoking is prohibited inside any public area or building. Vaping is only prohibited on public school property.
Nebraska – Smoking and vaping are both prohibited inside of any public area or building.
Nevada – Smoking is prohibited in all public buildings and private workplaces. However, it is mostly restricted in restaurants but has no prohibitions in bars. Vaping is prohibited in the same areas as smoking, and in procedure areas of invasive body decoration establishments.
New Hampshire – Smoking is mostly restricted or prohibited in public buildings, private workplaces, restaurants, and bars. Vaping is prohibited and restricted in the same areas as smoking.
New Jersey – Smoking and vaping are both prohibited inside of any public area or building, but vaping is only restricted in lodging establishments.
New Mexico – Smoking is prohibited in all public areas and mostly restricted in private workplaces. Vaping is prohibited and restricted in the same way as smoking and on school property.
New York – Smoking and vaping are both prohibited inside of any public area or building.
North Carolina – Smoking is prohibited or restricted in public areas, but not in private workplaces. Vaping is prohibited in schools, child care centers, and state correctional facilities.
North Dakota – Smoking and vaping are both prohibited inside of any public area or building.
Ohio – Smoking is prohibited inside any public area or building. Vaping is prohibited in the capitol building, in body art establishment sterilized rooms, on various college and university campuses, in the Franklin County Court, and for assisted living providers while on duty.
Oklahoma – Smoking is prohibited or restricted in most public areas. Restaurants need a separate space to smoke, and bars have no restrictions. Vaping is prohibited in schools, state buildings, and recovery centers.
Oregon – Smoking and vaping are both prohibited inside of any public area or building. Vaping is also prohibited in a car if any passenger is under the age of 18.
Pennsylvania – Smoking is prohibited in all public areas and restricted in bars. Restaurants must have a designated area to smoke. Vaping is prohibited in schools.
Rhode Island – Smoking and vaping are both prohibited inside of any public area or building.
South Carolina – Smoking is prohibited in most public areas, but there are no restrictions in private workplaces, restaurants, or bars. Vaping is prohibited in schools and ambulances.
South Dakota – Smoking and vaping are both prohibited inside of any public area or building.
Tennessee – Smoking is prohibited or restricted in all public areas. Vaping is not allowed in any facility where there are children present.
Texas – Smoking is prohibited in most public areas, but there are no restrictions in private workplaces, restaurants, or bars.
Utah – Smoking and vaping are both prohibited inside of any public area or building.
Vermont – Smoking and vaping are both prohibited inside of any public area or building.
Virginia – Smoking is restricted in most public areas but not in private workplaces. Vaping is prohibited on school property.
Washington – Smoking is prohibited inside any public area or building. Vaping is prohibited on all school grounds and child care facilities. Vaping is only restricted by regulation on public institutions of higher education.
West Virginia – Smoking is restricted in government buildings, child care facilities, and schools. Vaping is prohibited in schools and state-owned vehicles.
Wisconsin – Smoking is prohibited inside any public area or building. Vaping is only prohibited at State Fair Park indoor facilities and the main stage area.
Wyoming – Smoking is only restricted in government buildings. Vaping is only prohibited in child care facilities.
If It Smokes or Vapes, We Have It!
At The Hemp Doctor, America’s Premier Hemp & CBD Dispensary, we carry more smoke and vape products than many of our competitors. From our large selection of flowers and prerolls to our vape products, you are going to find what you are looking for at The Hemp Doctor.
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CBD is fairly new to the American marketplace, as it just became legal in the United States with the passing of The Farm Bill in 2018. As such, new headlines are being made as further research is being done on this amazing substance, and new laws are being created to regulate it. At The Hemp Doctor, America’s Premier Hemp & CBD Dispensary, we know that a well-informed customer is a loyal customer. So we will always strive to bring you the newest information available.
Austrian Hospital Uses CBD for Treating COVID-19 Patients
On January 31, 2021, the news portal Heute reported that Klagenfurt Hospital in Austria had begun using CBD to treat their COVID-19 patients. During a regimen of three weeks, the doctors at the hospital increased CBD dosages up to 300 mg for their COVID-19 patients. After this regimen, it was reported that the patients under this CBD therapy experienced a faster recovery than those that did not. Because of these results, Klagenfurt Hospital plans on continuing CBD treatment in the future.
It was also reported that Israel is working toward approving CBD on an official level for the treatment of COVID-19. It had earlier been announced in April 2020 that several research projects were launched by Israeli scientists to study the effects of CBD on COVID-19 victims.
New CBD Regulation in the US
A bipartisan bill called The Hemp and Hemp-Derived CBD Consumer Protection and Market Stabilization Act of 2021 has been introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives. This bill is purported to be able to clear the supply chain bottleneck while also providing consumer access and protection.
The bill has a broad range of support from 18 different leaders in the hemp and dietary supplement industry. It is designed to not only clear a legal pathway to market hemp and hemp-based products, but also to direct the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to construct guidelines for the hemp-derived products. The legislation would also allow CBD and other hemp products to lawfully be sold as dietary supplements.
This bill is necessary because of the current state of the CBD market. The Farm Bill was passed in 2018, which legalized the growth and sale of hemp products as long as they contained no more than 0.3% THC. After its legalization, the CBD market exploded, bringing many new retailers. Unfortunately, many of these retailers are unscrupulous and seek to take advantage of unsuspecting customers. Since its legalization, the FDA has not provided oversight on the content and labeling of CBD products. This has led to a large amount of CBD products being mislabeled. In fact, one study showed that 70% of the CBD products studied had labels that inaccurately reflected the contents of the product. Even worse, because of the many ways to grow and process hemp, some of these CBD products contained harmful heavy metals, solvents, and toxins.
By making hemp products an acknowledged dietary supplement, the FDA can now oversee and test the ingredients in a CBD product and make sure that the labeling is accurate. This is great news for premium retailers like The Hemp Doctor, who have always insisted on a quality product and transparency to the point of having all of their products tested by a third-party laboratory. This is also a big win for CBD consumers, many of whom have been duped by less-than-honest manufacturers who carry mislabeled and sometimes dangerous CBD products.
Progress with Final USDA Regulations
In January 2021 the United States Department of Agriculture issued its final rule for the domestic production of hemp in the Federal Register. The problem in the past has been the fact that the USDA had not brought its regulations into conformity with The Farm Bill of 2018, which made the hemp products legal. This caused many issues like barring Native American farmers from being able to grow hemp on Indian reservations because state laws still made it illegal.
One of the major victories in the issuance of this final rule is the raising of the THC content in hemp crop test samples from 0.5% to 1.0%. The Farm Bill of 2018 makes all hemp products legal across the US. However, to be legal, not only must the final product contain no more than 0.3% THC, the hemp itself could not contain more than 0.5% THC. Before this new regulation, any harvested hemp that was over the 0.5% THC mark, no matter the content of the final product, had to be destroyed, and many crops were lost. By raising the threshold to 1.0%, it is much easier for farmers to meet the requirement. This is extremely good news for small farmers who have had trouble meeting the 0.5% threshold in the past.
You Can Count on The Hemp Doctor!
You can always count on The Hemp Doctor to bring you the information you need in addition to the full line of premium quality products that we offer. You can be assured that whether you are in the market for CBD products like our tinctures or edibles, or if you are looking for Delta 8 THC products like our prerolls, you are only going to find the best with The Hemp Doctor. This is because everything in our inventory is
- Derived only from hemp grown in the United States;
- 100% federally legal;
- Processed using only scientifically advanced technology; and
- Tested by an independent third-party laboratory.
And we make the Certificate of Analysis (COA) from that third-party lab testing available to you, our loyal customers. Don’t trust your health to cheaper CBD and Delta 8 THC products that promise much but deliver little. If the product that you are contemplating doesn’t come from a distinguished retailer that provides the kind of transparency you will find in a COA, then you need to look elsewhere. Only by having a COA can you be assured that what is on the label is exactly what is in the product.