What are the start up costs/any ongoing costs associated?
2. Are labels editable, and compliant with FDA regulations, costs?
Yes, varies depending on product.
Are there any MOQ’s on products?
See Price sheet
Do you offer a fulfilment service, or drop shipping? If not, are there alternative options that don’t require upfront bulk purchases?
Do you offer merchant processing? What are the costs associated with that service?
Do you offer any full spectrum products? (with under 0.3% THC) Custom blend products?
Are Third-party test reports available?
Are you ISO 9001 certified?
Approximate standard lead times; are products stocked?
Pricing and product information; volume discounts if applicable?
Minimum order quantities?
Hemp source and extraction methods-state licensed ag?
Packaging capabilities and options; are custom packaging options available?
THC content of CBD products?
Fulfillment; dropshipping options and pricing?
Regarding tinctures, what flavors do you white label? Is there justone flavor?
We have citrus, berry, and coconut
Can I split your MOQ among several product types, for instance $10,000 split between 4 different product SKUs?
Do you carry Amber bottles?
Does your company do the extractions?
Would you be able to supply a similar version of this dazey sample size? I'd like to offer my customers a sampler to try our products. It's a 5ml bottle?
What is CBD?
What is the endocannabinoid system?
Is your CBD synthetic?
No. Our CBD is a natural constituent of industrial hemp.
Why would hemp (instead of marijuana) be grown for cannabidiol (CBD)?
Do I get high from CBD derived from industrial hemp?
Will CBD oil help me with my illness?
Will CBD help me if I’m healthy?
Are CBD and THC the same thing?
How is hemp different than marijuana?
Can I get high from CBD products?
Will I test positive for Cannabis if I use CBD Hemp oil?
CBD is a cannabinoid, but it differs from THC?
Trace amounts of THC in CBD oil?
How is hemp different than marijuana?
Hempandmarijuanaare two different varieties ofCannabis sativa(orCannabis indicaor, less commonly,Cannabis ruderalis), a flowering herb indigenous to many parts of the world. “Marijuana” is cultivated for high levels of THC, which is concentrated mostly in theflowers and trichomes of the plant. Industrial hemp is cultivated for its fiber, and has almost undetectable levels ofTHCand comparatively higher levels of CBD. Hemp has been grown and cultivated worldwide for thousands of years for industrial and medical purposes, making useful items like rope, clothing, sails, paper, and thousands of other products.Our hemp is consideredCannabis sativaL. and will not make you “high.” Hemp is a variety of cannabis —and thus a cousin of marijuana — that contains 0.3% or less of the psychoactive component THC. (Marijuana plants typically contain 5% to 20% THC.) You can’t get high from hemp,
Can you grow hemp in the United States?
Starting in 1937, U.S. drug laws made cultivating it off-limits.Finally, the U.S. hemp industry is back. A provision in the 2014 farm bill signed by President Obama on Feb. 7 removed hemp grown for research purposes from the Controlled Substances Act, the main federal drug law.The final 2014 Farm Bill agreement included a provision that would allow institutions of higher education and state departments of agriculture to grow or cultivate industrial hemp.It also requires that the sites used by universities and agriculture department be certified by—and registered with—their state department of agriculture. This provision will allow universities and agricultural departments to study industrial hemp for its possible future use as a commercial product.Nineteen states–California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Maine, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, North Dakota, Oregon, South Carolina, Tennessee, Utah, Vermontand West Virginia—currently have laws to provide for hemp pilot studies and/or for production as described by the Farm Bill stipulations
Is our hemp organic?
Our hemp is non-GMO, and is grown without the use of pesticides, herbicides, and chemical fertilizers. Unfortunately, there isn’t an organic certification process in place for hemp, but we are hopeful that within the next year there will be. Stay tuned!
About our hemp
Our parent company has developed unique hemp cultivars that are grown for their elevated cannabidiol (CBD) content. Our special high-CBD hemp cultivars aresustainably grown and harvested in select microclimates on generational farms in hemp-friendly countries.Once harvested, our hemp is carefully processed and undergoes multiple rounds of testing for purity. The resulting standardized, premium quality, ultra-concentrated CBD-rich hemp oil is what makes RSHO™ the choice for high-CBD cannabis oil.Traditional hemp agriculture continues today.Our commitment to the environment is one of the cornerstones of our mission to bring hemp CBD to the world. We believe in sustainable agriculture, and supporting small, generational farmers who want to grow non-GMO crops like their ancestors did.Sustainability — more than just a buzzword.Our farmers grow our hemp in such a way that there is no need for herbicides or toxic fertilizers, and very little need for the water waste from the kind of irrigation you might see on factory farms. Hemp is naturally resistant to pests, and can be easily cultivated without pesticides. When it comes tolarge-scale agriculture that’s actually beneficial for the environment, hemp fits the bil.