Is your hemp certified organic?
Yes, the 2019 crop is certified organic through Vermont Organic Farmers (Producer #19023). We are committed to organic and bionutrient dense growing practices. We raise goats and most of our compost comes from our own goat manure/bedding material. We suppliment with organic minerals and amendments.
What is CBD?
CBD is one of the many beneficial compounds in hemp and is currently receiving a great deal of attention for its potential health benefits. CBD is the abbreviation for Cannabidiol.
Why do people use CBD?
People are attracted to CBD for a wide variety of reasons. The scientific research is just now becoming more readily available, but the initial findings and anecdotal stories are exciting. The most common reasons people use CBD are to help lessen stress, anxiety, pain, menstrual cramps, and sleep issues. People with Crohn’s, Parkinson’s, eating disorders, high blood pressure, cancer and seizures may also find CBD beneficial. These statements have not been approved by the FDA. These products are not intended to cure, treat, prevent, or diagnose any disease.
What is the difference between hemp and marijuana?
Hemp and marijuana are both part of the Cannabis family of plants. Yet hemp is very different from marijuana in its function, cultivation and application. Marijuana is used for medicinal and recreational purposes. Hemp is used for many applications depending on the type of hemp grown and part of the plant used. Hemp can be raised for fiber (T-shirts, ropes), biomass (animal feed), or oil from the seeds or flowers.
Will your products get me high?
No. Because the levels of THC are so low (less than .3% Delta-9 THC by law) in these hemp products, you will not get high.
What are your CBD and THC Levels?
The THC levels in our products are minimal and must be below .3% to qualify as hemp. Generally, our Delta-9 THC levels are undetectable. The CBD levels will vary depending on the product, but for example, the Otto II flower tested at 10.3% CBD.
Can I see the test results for my product?
All the current test results are under the “Tests” tab.
What are terpines?
Terpines are naturally occurring compounds in plants that are responsible for giving plants their distinctive scents. Each strain of hemp has its own distinct terpine profile.
What cultivars did you grow?
For the 2018 season we grew mainly Otto II seeds with a trial patch of BaOx X Cherry.
How do you ship?
We ship via USPS Priority and Priority flat rate. Free shipping is available on orders over $100. Shipping is only available within the US.