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May help support a healthy stress response by modulating key neurotransmitter pathways*
May support immune response via modulation of biochemical pathways linked to the immune system*
Suggested by preclinical data to support neurological health by acting on diverse central nervous system pathways*
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Our bodies contain a complex system of naturally occurring endocannabinoids, which play a vital role in human health.
In hemp oil extracts, the synergies between various phytocannabinoids and terpenes provide therapeutic support for endocannabinoid system function. That’s why our broad-spectrum formula combines an array of both—for a wide range of benefits with wellness in mind.
Our hemp oil is sourced from industrial hemp, a specific classification of Cannabis consisting of varieties selectively bred not to exceed 0.3% THC concentration (dry weight). THC is the psychoactive chemical component of the Cannabis plant. The THC threshold level and definition for industrial hemp have been determined by federal law with the recent passage of the 2018 US farm bill.
The 2018 US farm bill legalized activity surrounding the cultivation of hemp and defines 'industrial hemp' as Cannabis sativa plants that contain no more than 0.3% THC. While industrial hemp has been granted a classification under federal law, there is still confusion due to certain state laws remaining in conflict with these federal laws. Due to these discrepancies, we may elect not to sell our hemp products in certain states.
Industrial hemp was granted a classification separate from 'marijuana' under federal law via the 2018 US farm bill. Industrial hemp contains no more than 0.3% THC, whereas Cannabis plants above 0.3% THC are classified as 'marijuana'.