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Learn | 02.08.2022

Why Organic CBD Oil Is Better

Do yourself a favor and go organic. Created with Cornbread Hemp.

You can find CBD just about anywhere these days, and getting it into the hands of consumers has never been so easy. We hope this guide will help cannabis users examine which products they use by knowing the process of creating them.

The word “organic” is a good start, but what does that even mean? Companies often throw the word around in hopes of intriguing consumers, but these brands always fail to make their growing and extraction processes known, so we’re not entirely sure if their product is, in fact, organic.

The term came to popularity in the 90s and 00s as a way to refer to products made without synthetic pesticides, fertilizers, and other non-organic additives.

However, having USDA organic certification is the only way to tell if a company is telling the truth and is actually organic. This is where Cornbread Hemp comes in, the leading retailer for USDA-certified organic CBD products.

The company went through a rigorous process to be certified organic by the United States Department of Agriculture.

But what are the standards for being USDA-certified organic, and how does it reflect in Cornbread Hemp’s renowned CBD oil?

No Synthetic Fertilizers

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Hemp is known to absorb anything in the soil, from nutrients and water to impurities and heavy metals.

This is why Cornbread Hemp offers an entire page dedicated to third-party lab reports to ensure all products are free from the contaminants hemp may absorb.

In terms of fertilizer, most farmers usually maintain the soil’s nutrient level by using synthetic fertilizers, but whatever is inside the soil gets absorbed into the plants and often ends up in the final product.

Cornbread Hemp prides itself on natural and organic fertilizer.

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No Synthetic Pesticides

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Instead of spraying the hemp plants with pesticides to ward off disease and unwanted insects (which also end up in the final product), Cornbread Hemp’s organic farmers release thousands of ladybugs and praying mantises on the farm each season that act as a natural pest repellant.

They also plant goldenrod along the perimeter of their hemp crops as a distraction for insects and animals.

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Regenerative Agriculture

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Cornbread Hemp uses a natural annual crop rotation, meaning where they grow their hemp this year won’t be where it’s grown the next.

By switching crops annually, the company lets its soil replenish its nutrients through other healthy crops, preparing the soil for next year’s hemp grows.

They also use natural fertilizers like organic chicken litter that naturally regenerate the nutrients back into the soil.

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