The 2018 Farm Bill once again allowed for the growing of hemp – as long as the THC level is below 0.3%.
Hemp, a species of cannabis, is now legal to grow in the United States with the signing of the Farm Bill of 2018. This is great news for scientists who want to study it, and for manufacturers who want to use the various compounds extracted from hemp as ingredients in their products.
This great news also means that a lot of people have started growing hemp and extracting the desired compounds such as CBD oil, CBD isolates, and terpenes, and marketing them to manufacturers. Without much regulation or oversight, the result may be a product containing unknown ingredients or higher levels of THC than allowed by law, in addition to heavy metals and other undesirable minerals that hemp picks up from the soil in which it is grown.
Here at Hemp Synergistics, we believe that hemp products, such as cannabidiol, or CBD, are useful, necessary and desirable for many applications, but only if they meet strict standards.
One of the more important standards, is the level of THC in the CBD products extracted and formulated from industrial hemp. The extraction and formulation processes get rid of the parts of the hemp plant that don’t contain the relevant ingredients, which often results in higher THC levels in the final products. Our rigorous lab procedures remove the extra THC from the formulations that we create for you, meaning our product will be Farm Bill compliant.
Our third party testing sets the standard for transparency, so you know exactly what you are purchasing. Don’t leave your ingredients to chance. We look forward to helping you serve your customers.