While it is impossible for us to speak for all localities and jurisdictions, at this point in time there are no state laws prohibiting the purchase of hemp derived CBD and other hemp products.
Our Certified USDA Organically Grown Full Spectrum Hemp extract oil and topicals are legal to buy in all 50 states via the passing of The 2018 Farm Bill as our Hemp concentrate contains less than .3% THC. U.S. Federal law permits us to ship straight to your door.
Everyone and every body is different, so we cannot accurately predict what is best for each individual. In order to best judge its effectiveness, it is recommended to start with lower doses daily for at least two weeks so the body has time to naturally adjust.
Technically, both Hemp and Marijuana are the same species, Cannabis Sativa. In order to be considered Hemp, the plants’ genetic profile must contain .3% THC or less.
Yes! The farms where our hemp is grown, harvested, and extracted are Certified USDA Organic. Our co-packing partner facility, who bottles, labels, and packages all of our products, is also Certified USDA Organic and GMP Certified. Our Full Spectrum Hemp Oil line of products proudly display the Certified USDA Organic stamp. Additionally, our topicals are 98%-100% Organic. To reiterate, our Full Spectrum Hemp Extract (FSHE) is the only hemp infused into our entire product line. We’re confident that our products are the highest quality in the market. Other competitors use inferior hemp distillate or CBD Isolate, both of which may contain heavy metals, pesticides, and other toxins.
Though some hemp and CBD products can be labeled as “hemp oil” or “CBD oil”, they may be made with hemp distillate or CBD isolate instead of Full Spectrum Hemp Extract (FSHE) as the active ingredient. Hemp seed oil, on the other hand, is used in cooking similar to coconut or olive oil for its nutritional content.
Aspen Green products are classified as Hemp Supplements. HEMP AND CBD PRODUCTS ARE SUPPORTED BY A WEALTH OF CLINICAL RESEARCH FOR NUMEROUS CONDITIONS. However, these statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Our products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
Yes, though only in nearly undetectable, trace amounts. We do not remove the small trace amounts of THC contained in our Full Spectrum extracts because that would require the use of harsh chemicals that we ultimately do not feel comfortable with. We are also aware of the studies that show a greater benefit of a Full Spectrum extract with the symphonic relationship between CBD and the other active compounds present, including THC. All of our products contain well under the limit for Hemp which is .3% THC. All of our products are non-psychoactive.
We currently do not market any products that contain more than .3% THC, but we may choose to create and market a line of products with higher levels of THC in the future. At this time, we have no plans to bring such a product to market.
There are many factors that would come into play as to whether or not one would test positive for THC on a drug test, including but not limited to the method of the test, sensitivity level, etc.
While it is very unlikely to test positive, it is not impossible as everyone is different.