No, absolutely not. We source exclusively from 100% organic farms, so this is never an issue. Even though none of our ingredients have ever been exposed to pesticides, we still routinely have our phytocannabinoid oil tested by a third party for potency and the presence of any toxins/pesticides. You can see the results on the certificate of analysis found on our website.
It’s vital to know how and where hemp was grown. That’s because hemp is a bioaccumulator, meaning hemp absorbs contaminants from the soil while it grows. So if the soil it was grown on is not good, clean soil, then that plant might contain high levels of lead or mercury. When hemp is imported, it’s harder to ensure the hemp is grown responsibly, sustainably and without adding potential toxins to the products made from the crop. While it used to be that most CBD brands imported their hemp, today more and more brands use domestically grown hemp. We’ve also included some brands that use responsibly grown hemp imported from Europe.
The spray contains 400 mg of CBD and CBDa (a carboxylated form of CBD), for £24.95. The bottle contains 10 ml of liquid and, as there are 80 sprays, each spray contains 5mg of CBD. According to CBD Life, taking CBD sublingually enables the cannabinoid to travel directly to the bloodstream without being subject to metabolic breakdown in the digestive system.
Within just one hour of watching an American television program, it’s likely you’ll see at least one ad for an antidepressant or heart medication, in which half of the commercial is spent rapidly listing dozens of possible side effects to consider before taking the medicine. In an in-depth study conducted in 2011, researchers found that out of thousands of medication labels analyzed, the average pharmaceutical carried over 70 listed side effects.