From their answers – our moderator team looked over each and every one. This gave us a good understanding of how their company works, and let us move on to the legal side of things.
Full Spectrum European CBD. All natural with no additives or preservatives. Made from non-GMO hemp plants grown on select farms in Europe. 100% Organic; NO herbicides, pesticides, or chemical fertilizers used. Legal in all 50 states and in over 40 countries.
Big Sky Botanicals provides a full line of THC-free, broad-spectrum hemp oil products. Products feature all-natural with the highest standard of processing and no preservatives. Made from non-GMO hemp plants grown on select farms in Colorado, USA. 100% Organic; NO herbicides, pesticides, or chemical fertilizers used.
Each company that made it this far sent in samples of their products. These samples were tested by patients with different ailments. A few were sent to the moderator in Florida where two patients; 1. with Cerebral Palsy. 2. with mental health disorder – tested each product sent.
What steps are taken to keep the medicine safe from degradation?
I bought some across from Satchels, any place have better prices?
Your best options are online if you want quality AND value. I buy CBD flower from www.tweedlefarms.com and the Reddit CBD community has compiled this list of vetted products: http://thecbd.place/
There is a huge rush to get into this market before the craze dies down. That means lots of substandard, low-quality products from distributors who don't care about anything but making some quick money. It's often impure, the potency is wildly different from what it says on the label, and sometimes it's even tested to contain synthetic cannabinoids which can have some serious side effects. Some retailers also jack the prices up a LOT due to the demand. Be careful out there. I haven't found CBD anywhere locally that is worth buying.