#Organics CBD Partner with Purity Health, Beauty & Well Being

From High Street beauty stores to high end boutique spas and salons, CBD has become one of the biggest beauty trends of 2019. It’s in our skincare, our haircare, our manicures and our make-up, so obviously, we wanted to be a part of it!

We partnered up with Kerry and Purity Health, Beauty & Well Being in Fochabers, Moray, Scotland to introduce #Organics CBD Massages to the industry. 

Together with Kerry, we developed a massage oil combining our 100% THC free CBD oil with the organic essential and carrier oils Kerry usually uses for her treatments. 

Kerry launched CBD massages at Purity Health, Beauty & Well Being last month and the feedback has been great, with one client saying:

“Had a CBD massage with Kerry two days ago after a long run which would normally leave my legs feeling slightly achy for the next couple of days. I have had absolutely no pain and had one of the best night’s sleep ever in a very long time. Will definitely be undertaking this again.”

 

And it’s not just runners who’ve been feeling the benefit of Kerry’s CBD massages, she’s also been able to help those suffering from chronic pain conditions as well: 

“One of my clients has Fibromyalgia and has felt a difference in her pain since her massage and also taking the oil now and isn’t feeling as sore or as tired as she did normally.”

 

As well as helping her clients with pain management and relief, Kerry says all her clients have reported better quality of sleep after having a CBD massage:

“Everyone has reported a really good nights’ sleep after a massage and a reduction in tenderness after my massages – I am brutal at times with pressure but my clients want this!”

 

All in all it’s been a great first month of CBD massages for Kerry and her clients.

“All positive reports, I couldn’t be happier to provide this service to my clients!” 

For more information about Kerry’s CBD massages and other treatments offered at Purity Health, Beauty & Well Being check out their social media.

 

As leaders in the UK CBD industry, #Organics work in collaboration with expert farmers, chemists, technicians, and professors to bring high-quality products to the market. This means that all our products are 100% organic, non-GMO, ethically sourced, and suitable for vegetarians and vegans. In addition, all products and processes are fully compliant with UK regulatory bodies.

 

All #Organics products are 100% THC free, meaning they are safe, legal to use in the UK and won’t get you high. In January 2018, the World Anti Doping Agency removed CBD from their list of banned substances. So, no matter what you do, whether you’re an athlete or an accountant, #Organics products won’t show up on a drugs test or negatively affect your job. 

 

Grown in nature, defined by science. #Organics

 

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A Quick Guide to CBD for Pets

It feels like every day we’re seeing people taking pampering their pets to a new level, from expensive food to pushing small dogs around in a pram, and sending their pets to day spas. 

But, the latest thing is definitely something we can get behind –  CBD for pets. And there’s lots of options out there: infused pet food, gummies and other treats, specialist oils, air diffusers and even pet beds infused with CBD. 

But how does CBD affect our pets?

Much like human beings, other mammals have an Endocannabinoid System which performs the same function as it does for ourselves, it helps regulate the body and promote a sense of balance. Our pet’s Endocannabinoid System helps to regulate their mood and their sensitivity to pain amongst other things, which has lead to pet owners using CBD to treat anxiety, arthritis and other pain issues, seizures, stress, and nausea. 

What’s more, CBD is completely safe for pets as there are no known side effects for mammals, compared to the myriad of potential side effects of other treatments. 

Like with us humans, working out the CBD dosage for your pets can take a little bit of figuring out. It is best to start off with one or two drops of oil twice a day, if you’re feeling brave try putting it under your pet’s tongue, as we would take it, or if that’s not possible add the drops to their food. 

Still not convinced?
Here’s a few words from Josh, who started giving his Australian Terrier-Cross, Haplo, CBD after he had become anxious and stressed out following a family move from Scotland to California. 

“CBD really helps Haplo. In situations where he’d usually be super stressed out and anxiety, instead he’s mellow. He’ll still play and be sociable but he just isn’t as bothered by noises and such. He used to be really nervous around other dogs, but now he’s a lot more relaxed when we’re out walking, he’s still a little nervous but at least now we feel confident that he’ll be okay when we see other dogs.”

The information above is intended as a guide only, #Organics recommend you carry out your own research before you giving CBD to your pets and always take to your vet before changing your pets’ treatment.

As leaders in the UK CBD industry, #Organics work in collaboration with expert farmers, chemists, technicians, and professors to bring high-quality products to the market. This means that all our products are 100% organic, non-GMO, ethically sourced, and suitable for vegetarians and vegans. In addition, all products and processes are fully compliant with UK regulatory bodies.

All #Organics products are 100% THC free, meaning they are safe, legal to use in the UK and won’t get you high. In January 2018, the World Anti-Doping Agency removed CBD from their list of banned substances. So, no matter what you do, whether you’re an athlete or an accountant, #Organics products won’t show up on a drugs test or negatively affect your job.

Grown in nature, defined by science. #Organics

 

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CBD for Artists and Performers

August is here, which means that Edinburgh turned into the biggest celebration of arts and culture on the planet, and one truly Manic Monday!

The Scottish capital will host the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo, Edinburgh International Festival, and the Edinburgh International Book Festival, with over 5,000 shows, events and exhibitions throughout the month. 

In the last few years, more and more people have begun turning away from pharmaceuticals in favour of Cannabidiol (CBD), as a natural solution to their ailments, and unlike most pharmaceutical options, CBD has no negative side effects. 

Since the World Anti Doping Agency removed CBD from their list of prohibited substances in early 2018, the CBD industry has seen many athletes using the cannabinoid for its purported anti-inflammatory effects. Another sector which has seen a large uptake in CBD useage is the performance and arts industry. 

Much like athletes, performers, all put their bodies under a certain degree of stress when rehearsing and performing, risking injury and illness. Furthermore, long-running and touring productions can lead to mental health and sleep issues after prolonged periods of living out of a suitcase and not having a home to go back to after work; not to mention any problems that occur on the road such as venue or technology problems or staff illness, that could add to the toll. 

Considering the physical toll performing can take on the body, it’s not surprising that many sometimes require pain killing medication, but these often come with awful side effects, some of which can be even more debilitating than the pain itself. With so many people, from professional athletes to chronic pain sufferers hailing the anti inflammatory and calming properties of CBD, it makes sense that performers and artists are turning to CBD to help deal with their demanding schedules. 

So, how can CBD help artists and performers?

The Endocannabinoid System is responsible for maintaining a sense of balance in the human body, and with receptors on every major organ it regulates mental health and mood, sleep, pain sensitivity, appetite, immunity, and metabolism amongst many others. Rather than triggering the receptors of the Endocannabinoid System, CBD attaches itself to the receptors and modifies them to enhance their uptake of cannabinoids such as Anandamide that naturally occur in the human body. In essence, CBD helps to boost the cannabinoids absorbed by the Endocannabinoid System, which in turn boosts the Endocannabinoid System’s ability to restore and maintain balance throughout the body. 

Achieving a sense of balance throughout the body, and mind, off stage is undoubtedly one of the most effective ways to deal with a demanding performance schedule and life on the road, and of course, to give the best performance of your life. 

If you’re performing in one of Edinburgh’s plethora of festivals throughout the year, you can pick up our CBD products from Right Medicine Pharmacy’s Royal Mile branch or at one of their other locations throughout Edinburgh.

As leaders in the UK CBD industry, #Organics work in collaboration with expert farmers, chemists, technicians, and professors to bring high-quality products to the market. This means that all our products are 100% organic, non-GMO, ethically sourced, and suitable for vegetarians and vegans. In addition, all products and processes are fully compliant with UK regulatory bodies.

All #Organics products are 100% THC free, meaning they are safe, legal to use in the UK and won’t get you high. In January 2018, the World Anti-Doping Agency removed CBD from their list of banned substances. So, no matter what you do, whether you’re an athlete or an accountant, #Organics products won’t show up on a drugs test or negatively affect your job.

Grown in nature, defined by science. #Organics

 

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CBD and Allergies

Summer is well and truly underway, and while most people are excited for days out at the beach or lake, BBQ evenings in the back garden and just generally enjoying the outdoors in nice weather, but not everyone is that lucky. 

For some of us, summer signals three more months of allergy-induced coughing, sneezing, sore eyes and just general discomfort. 

Allergies are a chronic disease that causes the immune system to perceive certain substances as harmful. Seasonal allergies such as Hay Fever, or pollen allergies, range in severity from a mildly inconvenient runny nose, to painfully swollen sinuses, hives and dangerously restricted airways. 

When a substance is perceived as harmful, the immune system then overreacts trying to protect the body from harm, sending chemical signals to the body’s mast cells to release histamines into the bloodstream. Histamines boast the blood flow to the part of the body affected by allergens, such as the nose and throat, helping to protect the body and remove allergens from your system. This increased blood flow leads to inflammation, which then triggers the immune system to begin repairing the affected areas. 

Put simply, if an allergen affects the nose, histamines will cause the membranes in the nose to produce more mucus to flush the allergen out, which then leads to a runny nose, irritated throat and a cough. 

There is currently no known cure for allergies, although there are a range of over the counter and prescription pharmaceuticals that help ease the symptoms of allergies including tablets, steroid inhalers and nasal sprays. These medicines work to suppress, or at least reduce, the release of histamines into the bloodstream, and therefore reduce the symptoms of allergies. 

But these often come with unwanted side effects such as nausea, dizziness and drowsiness. There are of course many other herbal and alternative treatments too, from eating locally sourced honey to making tea with wild nettles. 

The latest alternative treatment for seasonal allergies? CBD!

Current research suggests that it is possible for CBD to act as an antihistamine, taken orally in oil or tablet/capsule form, effectively stopping the body’s mast cells from releasing histamines into the bloodstream. As with traditional allergy medication, stopping or at least reducing the amount of histamines released by the mast cells, reduces inflammation in the nose, sinuses, throat and mouth, leading to less sneezing and coughing. 

Other side effects, or indicators, of allergies are hives, rashes, and general skin irritation. As with other allergy symptoms there are pharmaceutical treatments, such as medicated creams and balms. But, CBD skincare products become more and more popular, allergies sufferers are beginning to explore whether topical CBD products can also help to ease and treat skin allergies. Whether using a topical lotion or balm, or an oil, users claim that applying CBD directly from the skin helps reduce the inflammation of rashes and skin irritation and soothe the itch. 

Research into how CBD can help allergies is still in the early stages, and therefore what we currently know about it is largely anecdotal. However, research continues, and advocates claim CBD can work in the same way as traditional antihistamines, with the added benefit of reducing skin irritations and reducing stress associated with histamine production

Although CBD has no known drug interactions, always consult your doctor before changing allergy medication or adding CBD to your healthcare routine.

Do NOT use CBD in the case of anaphylaxis. In cases of anaphylaxis immediately call emergency services, CBD will not reverse anaphylaxis. 

 

As leaders in the UK CBD industry, #Organics work in collaboration with expert farmers, chemists, technicians, and professors to bring high-quality products to the market. This means that all our products are 100% organic, non-GMO, ethically sourced, and suitable for vegetarians and vegans. In addition, all products and processes are fully compliant with UK regulatory bodies.

All #Organics products are 100% THC free, meaning they are safe, legal to use in the UK and won’t get you high. In January 2018, the World Anti Doping Agency removed CBD from their list of banned substances. So, no matter what you do, whether you’re an athlete or an accountant, #Organics products won’t show up on a drugs test or negatively affect your job. 

Grown in nature, defined by science. #Organics

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Travelling with CBD

Summer is finally here!

You’ve dusted off your passport, packed far too many bikinis or shorts than you need for a week in the sun, stocked up on factor 40, and you’re ready to check-in to the departure lounge on Facebook.
But can you take your CBD with you?

 

If you’re jetting off on a European break, you’re in luck, CBD products derived from Hemp are legal throughout most of the EU, and there’s so far been no reports of problems at UK airports for travellers with CBD in their luggage. CBD products are still banned in Belgium, Bulgaria, and Slovakia, and in the tiny island nation of Malta a prescription is required.
Standard hand luggage rules still apply though, so make sure you’re within the 100ml limit if you plan to keep it in your carry on.
However, if you’re visiting multiple European countries, be sure to research whether CBD is legal in each individual country, for example in Switzerland, Hemp derived CBD is legal and widely available, but in Russia all Cannabis products remain illegal.

If you’re heading further a field, things might be a bit more complicated.

The legality of Cannabis is a very hotly debated topic in the USA, with laws varying from state to state and federal laws overruling some state laws. Under federal law Cannabis is still illegal, meaning you cannot bring any Cannabis derived products into the country, or take it onto federal lands such as national parks. However, each state has it’s own laws, meaning that once inside the country (but off federal lands) CBD might be legal. A number of states, such as California and Colorado, have legalised Cannabis for medicinal and recreational use. While others, including as Florida and New York, have legalised Hemp derived CBD for recreational and medicinal use, but THC derived products remain illegal for recreational use, and are strictly regulated for medicinal use.
In states like Arizona and Nebraska, all Cannabis derived products remain illegal for both medicinal and recreational use.

If you’re road tripping your way around the USA, be careful about crossing state lines with CBD.
For example if you’re starting your trip in Washington, where CBD is legal and travel south into Oregon where it is also legal, you shouldn’t have any problems. But, if you go east into neighbouring Idaho, where all Cannabis products are illegal, you become an inter-state drug trafficker, which, if caught, is punishable with a federal prison sentence and hefty fines.
CBD Origin have produced this handy CBD Law Finder with the legal status of CBD in all 50 states.

Elsewhere, each country has their own laws, some countries like Australia and New Zealand only permit CBD with a prescription or for medicinal use, but keep in mind if you’re travelling down under that in popular stopover destinations Dubai and Abu Dhabi, all Cannabis products are illegal and possession is punishable by prison sentence.

In South America, Peru, Chile and Argentina have all legalised Cannabis in all forms, whereas in Columbia, Paraguay and Uruguay, CBD and Hemp are legal, but there are still restrictions on Marijuana and different laws for foreign visitors.

Similarly, Hong Kong has legalised CBD and medical marijuana, but in mainland China both still remain illegal.

When it comes to cruises and international waters, it is best to check with your travel provider as some cruise companies do not allow CBD onboard, and bear in mind where you will be boarding and disembarking the boat, and whether CBD is legal there.

Products derived from THC-high Marijuana are still illegal in many countries, so make sure your CBD products clearly say Hemp derived on the label to avoid running into trouble.

The information above is intended as a guide only and laws governing Cannabis and CBD change frequently, #Organics recommend you carry out your own research before you travel.
If in doubt contact your travel provider for further advice.

As leaders in the UK CBD industry, #Organics work in collaboration with expert farmers, chemists, technicians, and professors to bring high-quality products to the market. This means that all our products are 100% organic, non-GMO, ethically sourced, and suitable for vegetarians and vegans. In addition, all products and processes are fully compliant with UK regulatory bodies.

All #Organics products are 100% THC free, meaning they are safe, legal to use in the UK and won’t get you high. In January 2018, the World Anti Doping Agency removed CBD from their list of banned substances. So, no matter what you do, whether you’re an athlete or an accountant, #Organics products won’t show up on a drugs test or negatively affect your job.

Grown in nature, defined by science. #Organics

 

 

 

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Nine Ways Hemp Could Save the World

World Environmental Day is a UN holiday, with the specific aim of raising awareness of environmental threats and encouraging action to protect our environment. Each year has a theme and this year’s theme is air pollution. Polluted air is one of the biggest environmental threats we face today, nine out of ten of us breathe in polluted air and it is responsible for an estimated seven million premature deaths worldwide. Air pollution is caused in all walks of life from industrial power plants to household waste.  

There are many ways in which we can all do our bit to help the environment, from walking or using public transport to recycling or reusing as much as possible. There are also many ways in which large industries could make changes to help our planet. One of those ways is to embrace Hemp.

The Hemp strain of the Cannabis Sativa plant can be made into more than 25,000 different products. Every part of the plant is useful, from the seeds used in food and supplements, the storks for natural fibers, and the leaves and flowers can be made into cosmetic products.

Here’s nine ways Hemp could help save the world…


The CO₂ Sequesterer

Climate change and the effects it will have on our planet is one of the most hotly debated topics across the world at the moment. One of the major contributors to rising global temperatures are the carbon emissions released into the atmosphere every day. CO₂ released into the atmosphere comes from five main human sources: household, industry, transport, agriculture, and waste.

While trees absorb Carbon Dioxide and release Oxygen, they do not absorb enough to keep up with the sheer amount of CO₂ released into the air, and deforestation means there are less and less trees every day. Hemp, on the other hand, absorbs more CO₂ than any other plant, and can absorb four times more CO₂ than trees.  For every tonne of Hemp that is grown, 1.63 tonnes of CO₂ is removed from the atmosphere. This process is called Carbon Sequestration, and once the CO₂ has been absorbed by the Hemp plant it remains trapped, unable to re-enter the atmosphere.


Paper Money

Scientists predict that there will be no rainforest in 100 years time, with the equivalent of 48 football fields is cut down every minute. No more rainforest means a lot more carbon dioxide in the atmosphere and a lot less oxygen. Most of these trees end up as paper, and while many companies now have schemes in place to plant one new tree for every one cut down, they simply can’t keep up with demand as it can take a minimum of 20 years for trees to mature.

There is, however, a cheaper, more environmentally friendly way to produce paper.

Hemp was once the most popular plant used to make paper, the Declaration of Independence was written on Hemp paper and in 19th century Russia it was used for banknotes. It was so popular that the timber industry even lobbied for it to be banned at the beginning of the 20th century, such was the threat to the timber industry. While it takes years for trees to mature, Hemp cultivation only takes 12-16 weeks. Hemp is naturally able to thrive in most climates, meaning that it can be planted year round in most places, and that one acre of Hemp can produce four times more paper than one acre of trees. Hemp storks are 85% cellulose, compared to trees which are 30%, which means harsh chemicals are required to extract the rest of the pulp used in the papermaking process. Basically, the more cellulose, the less chemicals required. Hemp paper also doesn’t require bleaching with chlorine as timber paper does, and it is more durable and longer lasting than paper made from timber due to the lack of harsh chemicals used in the production process.


A New Age for Bioplastics

Over the last few years, single-use plastic has become public enemy #1. More than 45 billion plastic bottles are bought every year, along with billions of other single use products. More than eight million tonnes of plastic reach our oceans every year, killing wildlife, and contaminating our food chain.

Traditional plastics are produced from cellulose derived from highly toxic petroleum, but Hemp is the biggest producer of cellulose on the planet. Hemp is also non-toxic and biodegradable, making it a brilliant substitute for petroleum based plastics. Single use Hemp based plastics can biodegrade in as little as 58 days, compared to the 1000 years it takes a single plastic bottle to biodegrade.

While more and more companies are investing in developing Hemp and other plant-based plastics, the technology isn’t yet ready or affordable for everyday use. But as corporations such as Coca Cola invest more and more money in developing the technology for plant-based plastics to replace petroleum-based plastics, there is hope that soon there will be a viable replacement for single use plastics.


Homes Under the Hemp

Much like paper, Hemp is a brilliant wood substitute in the building industry too. Fiberboards made from Hemp-based composites are stronger and lighter than their timber-based counterparts. Hemp can also be mixed with lime to create hempcrete, which has insulation and soundproofing properties far superior to that of concrete, as well as absorbing CO₂ from the surrounding air.

Hemp is an incredibly hard wearing material, a Hemp-based house in Japan is more than 300 years old, making Hemp a sustainable alternative to traditional building materials.

While the final products make great homes for humans, fields of Hemp provides a home for a plethora of wildlife. Hemp flowers produce large quantities of pollen, making it ideal for bees and other insects, while the three-foot tall storks mean fields are great homes for all sorts of small birds and animals.


Pests Beware

There have long been arguments about the use of pesticides in agriculture, some say we shouldn’t use them because they pollute the land and waterways, and then poison wildlife too.  Pesticides have been linked to cancer, birth defects, and alzheimer’s disease, not only are they harmful to the natural world, they are dangerous to us as well.

Others say we need them or food shortages would become commonplace in the western world, as we’ve become so reliant on genetically modified farming to feed and clothe ourselves.

Unlike most agricultural produce, Hemp is naturally resistant to pests, therefore negating the need for the use of highly toxic pesticides and herbicides. Not only is this great news because Hemp is a nutritious food source, and being naturally pest resilient would mean less potential for pesticides to pollute our food, but Hemp can also be used in the textile industry. Popular natural textiles such as cotton and flax require large quantities of pesticides to help them grow, substituting these with Hemp would mean a huge reduction in the amount of pesticides used in industrial farming. This also means that Hemp, by its very nature, meets standards for organic farming.


Look Good in a Potato Sack

Hemp textile products have got a bit of a bad rep in the past, often likened to the rough, scratchy hessian fabric made for potato sacks and ‘bags for life’. But Hemp can be used to make a whole range of different products, including comfortable clothing, and unlike most other natural fibres, these durable Hemp fabrics get softer every time they are worn or washed.

Environmentalists are constantly warning us against wasting water, and as with pesticides, most natural textiles like cotton and flax require huge amounts of water to grow. Producing one kilo of cotton requires at least 5,000 litres of water, the same amount of Hemp can be produced with as little as 650 litres.

However, conserving water is not the only reason Hemp is a better textile option than cotton.

Most common fabrics that are used today go through some sort of highly toxic chemical process whether that is to extract the fibres from the plant, or to produce synthetic fibres. Hemp fibres, on the other hand, are easily extracted from the plant, negating the need for chemical processing. These fibres are also naturally fire resistant, meaning there is even fewer chemical processes for Hemp to go through compared to cotton or flax.

These chemical processes not only release pollutants into the air during the manufacturing process, they also leave a chemical residue in the fabrics which are also released back into the environment after clothes are disposed of and destroyed.

As well as being free from chemical residue, Hemp textiles filter out UV rays, helping to protect the skin from the dangers of sun exposure.


Nature’s Air Purifier

Hemp, along with a number of other plants, has been found to be useful in the Phytoremediation process.

Phytoremediation is the process of removing toxins from soil, air and water through the use of plants. This process has been used across the world to help clean up areas affected by high levels of pollution and following nuclear disasters.

In Ukraine in 1990, four years after the worst nuclear disaster the world had ever seen when explosions and fire ripped through Chernobyl’s reactor number four, scientists began introducing plants known for their phytoremediation properties to the exclusion zone surrounding the power plant and nearby town of Pripyat. At the beginning of the project field mustard and maize were planted throughout the 30km exclusion zone, already known for their ability to absorb nickel, lead and chromium. In 1996 sunflowers were planted, and then in 1998 Hemp was introduced to the area. Scientists working on the project described Hemp as one of the best phytoremediation plants they had been able to find. Hemp, along other suitable plants were later planted throughout affected areas in northern Ukraine, and in neighbouring Belarus, Hemp was planted in affected rural areas.

Phytoremediation was also implemented by local residents following the Fukushima nuclear disaster in 2011 who planted millions of field mustard and sunflower seeds. Hemp, however, was not used due to Japan’s restrictive Cannabis Control Law, signed into law during American occupation in 1948.

While Hemp used in phytoremediation cannot be harvested for food, medicine or textiles, it can be safely transformed into building materials for eco-friendly housing.


(Not so) Sour Diesel

Due to its ability to grow in most environments with very little water compared to other crops, Hemp is an ideal plant for biofuel. Per acre Hemp produces more biodiesel than any other agricultural fuelstocks. The most common crops used for biofuel are soybeans, palm oil, sugar cane, and rapeseed, all of which require very specific growing conditions. As well as needing fertile soil and large quantities of water, these common crops also require the use of pesticides, herbicides and fertilisers, none of which are needed in the cultivation of Hemp.

Along with the ease of growing Hemp compared to other crops for biofuel, biodiesel produced from Hemp is the only biofuel that can run a conventional unmodified diesel engine without affecting the performance of the car, making it more accessible than other crops which can require costly engine modifications.

When used in a traditional diesel engine, the engine fumes emitted replace the usual smell of exhaust fumes with the smell of popcorn or french fries. As well as producing less emissions and pollution that petroleum based diesel, Hemp biodiesel also has a flash point of 145°C compared to the 52°C flashpoint of its petroleum-based cousin, making it safer all around.


Feed the World

Hemp has been farmed and cultivated by humans for thousands of years, it is even thought to be the first domesticated plant, having been found in Neolithic sites over 12,000 years old.

While research is still ongoing to determine the health benefits of cannabis-based medications, one thing we do know is that it is one of the most nutritionally dense food sources out there, packed with protein, – twice as much as quinoa – vitamins and iron, and low in fatty acids. It is a relatively inexpensive crop, and as such a resilient plant Hemp can thrive in most climates and terrains, from lush farmland to rocky hillsides and barren mountains.

Not only are Hemp seeds a great food source as they are, this versatile plant can also be made into staples such as oil, flour and milk, suitable for not just human consumption but animal consumption too.

As Hemp also purifies the soil and air in which it is grown, and has a seed to harvest cycle of approximately four months, it also supports sustainable farming. Not only does Hemp offer a year round crop, when introduced to a crop cycle it also improves the soil quality for the other crops.

Switching to Hemp based products won’t solve all of the world’s problems, and probably won’t lead to world peace, but it’s a good starting point for a cleaner, healthier, and happier world.

As leaders in the UK CBD industry, #Organics work in collaboration with expert farmers, chemists, technicians, and professors to bring high-quality products to the market. This means that all our products are 100% organic, non-GMO, ethically sourced, and suitable for vegetarians and vegans. In addition, all products and processes are fully compliant with UK regulatory bodies.

All #Organics products are 100% THC free, meaning they are safe, legal to use in the UK and won’t get you high. In January 2018, the World Anti Doping Agency removed CBD from their list of banned substances. So, no matter what you do, whether you’re an athlete or an accountant, #Organics products won’t show up on a drugs test or negatively affect your job.

Grown in nature, defined by science. #Organics

 

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Third Party Testing

Hashtag Organics CBD is rigorously tested throughout the entire supply chain but that isnt enough to satisfy our quality standard. We also require a third-party, independent analysis to prove that out products contain what is listed on the label, are free of adulteration and meet the most stringent quality requirements.

Third Party Testing

Hashtag Organics CBD is rigorously tested throughout the entire supply chain but that isnt enough to satisfy our quality standard. We also require a third-party, independent analysis to prove that out products contain what is listed on the label, are free of adulteration and meet the most stringent quality requirements.

Our Promise

We strive to always offer accurate and objective information about CBD. We encourage the positive growth of the hemp industry while providing up-to-date information concering this plant. Our goal is to fight the spread of misinformation concerning CBD. We are committed to never exaggerating any scientific data on this subject, and we encourage others in the industry and online to follow our example.

Our Promise

We strive to always offer accurate and objective information about CBD. We encourage the positive growth of the hemp industry while providing up-to-date information concering this plant. Our goal is to fight the spread of misinformation concerning CBD. We are committed to never exaggerating any scientific data on this subject, and we encourage others in the industry and online to follow our example.

Hashtag Organics Ltd | Kyle House | Glasgow G22 7XS | Email: info@hashtagorganics.co.uk | Tel: 0141 255 1868

Hashtag Organics Ltd | Kyle House | Glasgow G22 7XS
Email: info@hashtagorganics.co.uk | Tel: 0141 255 1868

Food and Drug Administration Disclosure. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat or cure any disease. Always check with your doctor or physician before starting a new dietary supplement programme. All Hashtag Organics products contain 0% THC.

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