How the Best CBD Hemp Flower is Grown on Certified Organic Farm to Make CBD Oil Products
John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ visits an Organic CBD Hemp farm that grows the best CBD flower and produces the highest quality organic full-spectrum CBD oil that you can buy.
In this episode, John visits the Fat Pig Society, a research farm and worker-owned cooperative whose mission is the educate people and farmers about the amazing hemp plant.
In this episode, you will learn more about hemp and how it differs from its related counterpart cannabis that can have intoxicant effects.
You will see how the hemp on this certified organic farm is grown, and processed into some of the best full spectrum organic hemp oil products I have ever found.
You will learn more about the organic growing practices, how they ensure their product does not get too hot and contain too much of the THC that is below .3% in this product
you will learn more about the fertilizer being used and how the hemp flower is processed into the full spectrum oil that is produced on the farm.
You will learn more about some of the products that are made from the whole spectrum extract and how you can even private label them and start your own CBD hemp business by helping others to improve their health.
Finally, John will interview one of the workers from the fat pig society so you can learn more about hemp, the differences between industrial hemp and cannabis, some of the health benefits of the cannabinoids, as well as the differences between isolate, broad-spectrum and full-spectrum product, how to get free hemp products and even start a business selling high-quality hemp products.
After watching this episode, you will learn more about CBD hemp that you have from reading articles online by learning for yourself from an organic farmer who grows industrial hemp for its CBD content.
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