CRAFT HEMP: FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Why CBD? What is it?
CBD (cannabidiol) is a non-intoxicating plant compound that offers a gentle physical and mental relaxation without a “high”. Whether you’re seeking relaxation, an inner balance, creativity, or relief from an ailment, our CBD is a safe way to experience the numerous benefits of craft hemp. Medical research and firsthand experience support the use of CBD as a safe and effective resource for promoting overall health and wellness.
CBD supports the positive effects of our body’s endocannabinoids (ECs), which are chemical messengers that our bodies make naturally. The ECs help regulate our body systems to maintain optimal balance. Researchers believe that when the EC system is deficient, negative health symptoms can occur. CBD is able to supplement the EC system to help avoid these ill effects.
Where does CBD come from?
Our craft hemp is grown on the East Fork Ranch in Southwest Oregon – one of the world’s best environments for this special crop. Botanically, hemp is in the same plant family as cannabis but is legally defined as having 0.3% THC or less – the intoxicating compound found in most adult-use cannabis.
What about drug testing?
There are only trace amounts of THC found in hemp oil, so it should not cause a positive drug test when consumed at suggested servings. However, varying results are possible due to less sophisticated testing methods and individual metabolism. Anyone who is concerned about taking a drug test or is being treated for a medical condition should talk with their doctor, employer, or drug screening company before consuming CBD oil.
Why East Fork Cultivars craft hemp?
Our mission is to cultivate the highest quality CBD-rich plants using sustainable sun-grown farming methods, with a resolute commitment to environmental and social responsibility.
For more information, visit our Learn More section, where you can read more about cannabidiol and the growing CBD industry, or have a look at Our Story, where you can learn about our mission, grow philosophy and collaborations throughout the state of Oregon and beyond.