USA CBD Sources And Suppliers

Our product comes from the most trusted suppliers in the industry who adhere by the laws and superior growing practices to ensure the best quality product. Growers must meet our supreme standards to be accepted. These farmers take great pride in farming and producing the purest hemp-derived cannabidiol (CBD) in the world and employ only the highest quality standards and scientific processes to deliver premium hemp product solutions. Our suppliers only provide premium whole-plant hemp products, grown on US family farms, processed into bulk ingredients in the US, and then manufactured in FDA compliant facilities. Each batch is 3rd party tested to ensure purity, consistency and quality. Each partner farm operates under state licenses from their states Department of Agriculture in accordance with section 7606 of the U.S. Farm Bill.

3rd Party Testing

We pride ourselves in the quality and purity of our oil and we want to you to feel confident that you are buying the best broad spectrum CBD oil available. Our oil is tested from plant to product. First, it is tested at the farm to ensure it complies with the 2018 Farm Bill in terms of THC content of less than .3%. It is also tested for pathogens at that time. Once it has the golden seal of approval it is sent to the manufacturer. Once it arrives at the manufacturer, before it can be bottled it once again has to be tested for quality. Each bottle has a QR code that can be scanned using a smart phone app. This code will take you to the testing results for the product you purchased.

Please visit our 3rd Party Testing Page for more information.

Not all Hemp Sources are Created Equal

True industrial hemp is genetically inferior to medicinal hemp which is what CBD BioCare offers, yet it is defined the same way by the regulatory agencies. At one time, it was not uncommon to hear other companies state that CBD must come from overseas to be legal, this is simply not true thanks to the 2014 US Farm Bill section 7606. As demand for CBD continues to grow, so too will the synthetic forms of CBD hitting the market from overseas and even domestic suppliers. Now more than ever consumers need to be aware of where their CBD comes from to ensure it is clean and not laden with chemicals or unhealthy practices.

To learn more about the difference between industrial hemp and medicinal hemp, watch this video.