Full-Spectrum CBD Oil from Red Roots Farm
In the summer of 2019, we grew a crop of high-CBD, low-THC Suver Haze hemp as part of North Carolina’s industrial hemp pilot program. As with all of our produce, we grew this hemp without the use of any synthetic chemical pesticides, herbicides, fungicides, or fertilizers. Some of the harvested flower was processed into oil, which we have available for sale in three concentrations: 250 mg, 750 mg, or 1250 mg (in 30 mL total volume). We use only organic MCT coconut oil as a carrier oil.
Our oil is minimally-processed, unfiltered, full-spectrum oil, so it contains the full range of cannabinoids, including trace levels of THC. These trace amounts will not legally impair you or make you feel intoxicated; by law, the finished product contains less than 0.3% THC by weight. We do not recommend using these products if you are subject to drug screening.
Ingredients: organic MCT oil (medium chain triglycerides from organic coconut oil), high-CBD full-spectrum hemp extract
Directions: Separation may occur in this minimally-processed product, so shake well before using. One squeeze of the dropper holds approximately 1 mL; start with 1/2 dropper and adjust to personal preference.
Is CBD legal?
The 2018 Farm Bill removed the Schedule I controlled substance designation from hemp-derived products, provided those products are grown/produced by a licensed grower and the products test below 0.3% THC. Under this law, our hemp products are treated like any other agricultural commodity, and are legal for sale in all 50 states. To read more, see this article from the Brookings Institution.
What is “industrial” hemp?
The industrial designation differentiates legal hemp from marijuana. It simply means that these are varieties of the cannabis plant that have been selected for low THC content. The plants look, smell, and grow just like other cannabis plants — the flowers are resinous and pungent — but the products won’t get you high. These strains are legal for industry at the federal level; i.e. we (as licensed producers) can grow these varieties and sell the products.