At Shi Farms, we absolutely love what we do, and we love thinking about what the future will bring. We look forward to a day where sustainable hemp is the norm, and until that day, we’ll be doing our best to set an example of what sustainability can look like. In other words, we want others to look to our Colorado hemp farm as inspiration for what’s possible.
If you’re looking into getting started, we’re proud to offer the hemp clones you need to start cultivating high-CBD hemp. We love working with farmers who bring plenty of experience to the table, and these industry veterans are passionate about growing the best crop possible. If you are considering getting started in this industry, it’s possible that there’s some confusion about what to expect. That’s why in today’s post, we’ll be sharing our beginner’s guide to CBD. Keep reading to learn more, and be sure to stay tuned for future blogs where we’ll be sharing more helpful information designed to help you get started on the right food.
What’s the Difference Between CBD Oil and Hemp Oil?
There’s no doubt about it — CBD oil has taken the world by storm. People everywhere are using it to treat a variety of different symptoms, and you can find CBD in the form of oils, creams, and lotions as well as in edibles, tinctures, and capsules. In other words, there are a number of different ways to enjoy the benefits of CBD, which can include alleviation of pain, better sleep, immune system health, anxiety relief, and more.
But hemp oil has also become prevalent on the market, and it offers similar benefits. So what’s the difference? Simply put, it’s that CBD can be sourced from both hemp and from marijuana. CBD that comes from marijuana can also include high levels of THC — also known as tetrahydrocannabinol, which is the main psychoactive chemical that cannabis is known for.
Which CBD Product Is Right For You?
We’ll be honest. The number of different CBD products can be quite overwhelming, so for people who are interested in trying CBD for the first time, it can be difficult to know where to start.
Our advice is to speak with your physician about which options might be best for you. He or she will be able to address the situation with a background of your medical history and may have suggestions about whether a lotion or cream is best for you or you’d be better suited for a tincture, an edible, or some other product entirely. It’s also wise to ask about which dosage is right for you in order to properly treat your symptoms.
Why Partner With Shi Farms?
A licensed Hemp Cultivation Operation under the Colorado Department of Agriculture, Shi Farms is proud to be a leader in our industry. We’ve been around since the beginning, partnering with one of the top names in CBD to pioneer creating CBD and hemp oil for sale to the public. We work in and industry that is always growing and changing, and we’re up to the task of being at the forefront of revolutionary products and working with people who are passionate about this industry.
We love existing in the sweet spot between growing high-CBD hemp and building our commercial agricultural operations in a way that works best for everyone involved. That’s why if you’re interested in starting your own business, we’d love to be a part of the process! Our wholesale CBD farm is designed to make it easy for you. Learn more about us here, then contact us today to get started with high quality hemp clones.