Decades of Hemp: A Hemp Timeline

The hemp plant has been around since the dawn of time, earliest traces date all the way back to 8,000 BCE.1 So why is it only relatively recently making headlines? Understanding the history of hemp will help you form your own opinions about the plant.

For reference please note that hemp (non-psychoactive) and marijuana (psychoactive) are different plants, but both are in the cannabis family. Although they are different, in some points in history, they have been lumped together.


Hemp usage dates back long before the common era. Artifacts show it was used as rope and clothing. Ancient jars full of hemp seeds and leaves have also been found. It was legally required to be grown in several early American colonies, and King Henry VIII fined English farmers if they refused to grow it.

Cannabis was mentioned in the book Provings of Cannabis Indica in 18592 by Dr. O’Shaughnessy.

Early 1900s

In 1906 the Pure Food and Drug act was passed by US congress. This act required accurate labeling of various pharmaceuticals, including those made with hemp or cannabis.

During this time the Mexican Revolution caused an influx of immigration from Mexico. This is when people started calling cannabis ‘marijuana’, because Mexican immigrants used it for recreation, and that’s the word they used.

In 1916 the USDA published a study showing that hemp can produce 4 times more paper per acre than trees.3


During the 1920’s, alcohol was prohibited, making it very difficult and expensive to obtain. For many looking to relax after a long work day, marijuana was an easier, more affordable alternative.

In 1925, the International Opium Convention banned the export “Indian Hemp Hashish” during their meetings regarding opium.4 Hashish is a highly concentrated marijuana product containing high levels of THC. This convention did not ban industrial, or European hemp fibers, which do not contain enough THC to be psychoactive or to be considered marijuana.


In 1930 the Federal Bureau of Narcotics (FBN) was created to control recreational drug use. The FBN was lead by Harry J. Anslinger, who made many unfounded claims about the effects of cannabis.

The Marijuana Tax Act placed a huge tax on all cannabis sales in 1937. Dr. William C. Woodward of Michigan testified against it stating, “…The burden of this bill is placed heavily on the doctors and pharmacists of this country”5

The Marijuana Tax Act passed, despite opposition from doctors. The act made it illegal to purchase any kind of cannabis (hemp or marijuana) without being registered with the IRS and paying a high tax on it.

There are many claims that this tax act was supported by newspaper conglomerate William Hearst, and that he saw hemp as a threat to paper. Hearst had very large investments in paper and lumber during this time, and his newspaper was unfortunately known for sensationalism.


In 1942 the promotional wartime film Hemp for Victory was released by the US Department of Agriculture to encourage farmers to grow as much hemp as possible to support war efforts. This promotion temporarily paused the Marijuana Tax Act.

The LaGuardia Committee released the first publication on the effects of marijuana in 1944, as prepared by the New York Academy of Medicine. The report concluded, “The publicity concerning the catastrophic effects of marijuana smoking in New York City is unfounded.”6

The report concluded with 13 points basically stating that the claims of crime and violence surrounding the plant were not true. Anslinger didn’t agree with their findings, and stated that anyone studying the plant would need personal permission from himself.


With wartime efforts to produce as much hemp as possible now over, the market for hemp began to decline due to strict regulations. During this time efforts to squash out any kind of cannabis, be it hemp or marijuana, was back in effect.

In 1957 the last crop of hemp was harvested in the United States by the Matt Rens Hemp Company.7


Throughout the 60s marijuana use became highly prevalent in the counterculture movement. Unfortunately, the rise of marijuana usage did not help educate the public about the difference between hemp and marijuana.

In 1969 Leary v. United States overturned the Marijuana Tax Act under the logic that the act required self incrimination. This ruling brought forth the Controlled Substances act, which rolled out in the 70’s.8


The Controlled Substances Act places all cannabis, including hemp, in the same drug category. Before this act passed, hemp and marijuana were considered different from one another, unfortunately, this act legally removed that distinction.


A study from 1988 discovered cannabinoid receptors in the brain of a rat.9 This study used THC, CBD, and CBG to demonstrate their findings. Results were conclusive, “The criteria for a high affinity, stereoselective, pharmacologically distinct cannabinoid receptor in brain tissue have been fulfilled.”


In 1992 anandamide, which is part of the endocannabinoid system, was discovered in humans.10 Anandamide is a lipid that carries messages to CB1 & CB2 receptors. This discovery created a snowball effect in which many other components of the endocannabinoid system were discovered.11


Hemp food and skin care products became protected by the Ninth Circuit Court in the 2004 lawsuit Hemp Industries Association v. Drug Enforcement Administration.12 Manufacturers of these products had been carrying out business as usual until 2001, when the DEA announced they were banning these products. In the end, the courts sided with the Hemp Industries Association, and business continued as usual.

In 2007, the first farmers in 50 years were granted a licence to grow hemp in North Dakota.13 Hemp growth in North Dakota has continued to flourish since then.

2010 – Today

Research on cannabidiol continues to roll out. In 2010, 80 studies were published to the US National Library of Medicine. Over 300 studies were published in the year 2018 alone. Search results on for “cannabidiol” now total over 2,200.

President Barack Obama signed the Agricultural Act of 2014 which removed federal restrictions on growing industrial hemp so it can be researched.14 It also allows states to create their own research programs for studying the benefits of hemp cultivation.

In 2015 the Industrial Hemp Farming Act of 2015 was introduced to the Senate, but hasn’t moved past introduction.15 A similar act, The Hemp Farming Act of 2018 also has been introduced to the Senate, and has yet to move forward.16

In 2016 the USDA granted select hemp farms in Colorado the first USDA Organic certification for hemp, only to redact it. The USDA also released Instruction: Organic Certification of Industrial Hemp Production, this Instruction outlines the USDA’s policy on certifying hemp as organic.17

Hemp’s future is looking bright. The 2018 Farm Bill has been passed through the house and senate, and has been signed by the President.18

The 2018 Farm Bill made hemp and hemp extracts, better known as CBD oil, federally legal on December 20th, 2018.

The Future of Hemp

We believe hemp CBD oil is on it’s way to becoming a household product that can be found alongside similar plant extracts such as turmeric and moringa. Hemp grows very easily, so we hope home gardeners will find it to be a wonderful addition to their flora. The FDA currently only approves of Epidolex, we hope in the future they will approve of all natural hemp CBD oil for medical applications as well.



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What to Look for when Buying CBD Oil Products

The CBD oil market has expanded greatly relatively recently, selection abounds and many buyers would like guidance on where to start. We have put together some pointers to help you get started. If you have any other questions feel free to ask. Our chat and phone lines are open M-F 8am-5pm pacific time, please call 877-598-9984. You can always contact us or DM us on social media.

Third Party Lab Testing

The most important thing to look for is lab test results. These are test results that show the CBD oil content of a given product. We do have lab results available upon request. If you would like to see our lab results please contact us and we will be happy to provide those to you.

Ingredient List

It’s important to read the product’s entire label and know what other ingredients are in the product. If the ingredient section of the label does not list cannabidiol, please don’t assume that there is any CBD in the product. All of our ingredients are listed on each of our packages and on the product pages.

The ingredients in our CBD oil tinctures can be found on the label and on their product pages

Full Spectrum CBD

Another thing to take into consideration when buying CBD oil is whether or not the CBD oil is Full Spectrum. What is full spectrum? That means it contains all the cannabinoids, and not just CBD. This does include a trace amount of THC, under 0.3%. When all the cannabinoids are together they work better, this is commonly referred to as the ‘entourage effect’.1

We have noticed that some products claim to be both full spectrum and THC free, this is not proper usage of the terminology. In order for a product to be considered Full Spectrum, it must contain trace amounts of THC.

There is also CBD isolate, which is just CBD without any other cannabinoids. The best way to compare the two is to compare vitamin C to an actual orange. Either product works well, people do develop preferences based on many factors. We prefer full spectrum, so our products contain full spectrum CBD oil, except for our CBD isolate.

Understanding Different Types of CBD Products

One of the biggest differences among products is bioavailability, or how much of the CBD your body will absorb. For example CBD suppositories have a higher bioavailability than CBD edibles. There’s also a difference in how quickly you will get results from a given product. Time frames can range between just a few minutes with CBD topicals, up to 30 minutes when ingesting an edible or capsule.

Hemp Oil Vs. Hemp CBD Oil

Hemp CBD oil is made with the entire hemp plant including hemp flower, which contains a high amount of CBD. It has been refined using specialized methods to reduce the amounts of excess plant matter. The method we use is called CO2 Extraction. CO2 extraction applies specific temperature and pressure changes to the raw materials to create a highly refined oil containing concentrated amounts of CBD. As for texture, CBD oil is very thick and viscous, almost like a paste.

“Hemp oil” usually refers to hemp seed oil. There are very trace amounts of CBD in hemp seed oil but that’s not what it has been specially processed for, so it’s not a replacement for CBD oil in any situation. While hemp oil isn’t CBD oil, it is still a very healthy oil and it is an excellent carrier oil for CBD oil. We use it in our tinctures because it is high in omega-3 fatty acids, which help your body process CBD efficiently.

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How to Talk to Your Family About CBD Oil


If you love CBD oil as much as we do, chances are you wind up chatting about it with just about everyone you know. Odds are you’ve thought to yourself, “What does my family think about CBD oil?!”

Many people have loved ones who can benefit from CBD oil, but they just don’t know about it. Perhaps you are taking CBD, are considering taking it, or just want to let them know. In this article, we’ll give you some tips on how to start the conversation, and keep it flowing smoothly.

Starting The Conversation

CBD oil has been a trending topic in the last couple of years. This makes it easy to bring up in conversation. If you feel your family is rather neutral on the topic of hemp, you could easily start with something like, “Hey have you heard about CBD oil? It’s all over the internet right now,” or “My friend told me about CBD oil the other day, have you heard of it?” You might find out they already know a thing or two about CBD oil.

If you feel like your family may know what cannabis is, but they aren’t very fond of it, you might want to start off a little differently. Start by talking about topical applications of CBD oil. Many people who are weary of cannabis are much more comfortable with the concept of using CBD oil topically

If they ask about ingesting CBD oil, wait until they seem comfortable to talk about what CBD is made from. Then, lead with the most important fact: CBD doesn’t get you high, and it comes from hemp, a plant with practically no THC.

Destigmatizing Hemp CBD Oil

Whether your family is generally accepting of cannabis or not, it’s really important to destigmatize hemp and CBD oil. Even if your family has been proud supporters of cannabis for generations, they might not have any idea what CBD is. Regardless of their current biases, be sure to steer them towards the facts.

CBD Oil Doesn’t Get You High

A great number set to reference is that CBD oil contains less than 0.3% THC, while marijuana has about 15-20% THC on average.1 This is an easy statistic to understand for family members who love numbers and those who don’t.

Another way to explain this is through history. Years and years ago, cannabis plants naturally had low levels of THC. It wasn’t until people started breeding the plants to have higher THC levels that it became what it’s known for today.

Where to Buy CBD

CBD oil can be purchased at a variety of places, here online, grocery and pet stores, spas, cafes and more! Many people think the only place to purchase CBD oil is at a cannabis dispensary or smoke shop, but that’s simply not the case. Take a look at our store locator to see the variety of vendors we work with.

Take Baby Steps

You don’t have to fully on board them in just one, two, or even three discussions. Give them time to let the information sink in. Let them do some of their own research, and don’t get discouraged if they seem doubtful.

If you can, take them to a place like a farmer’s market, where you are likely to find a CBD oil vendor and they can ask additional questions. Learning more from a new person who is also likely well-versed in the knowledge and benefits can help them see that CBD oil is on the cusp of becoming mainstream.

Encourage your loved one to research and ask questions on CBD. This way next time you talk about it with them, they will have something to share. Stay positive, there is a lot of hope for the future.

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How to Make a DIY CBD Oil Facial Serum

CBD oil topicals are a great way to relax and improve your well being. We create our own topical salves in three different herbal varieties, but perhaps you want something a little more unique.

Making a custom formulation not only ensures you’re getting exactly what you’re looking for, but it can be more affordable as well. Here we’re going to give you some pointers on making a blend from scratch.

Sourcing your CBD Oil & What to Expect

CBD oil is the active ingredient in your blend, so it’s very important you purchase from a reliable source. Look for highly refined, full spectrum CBD oil. We recommend our very own Pharma Hemp Complex 25% Pure Gold Oil which contains approximately 250mgs of CBD per gram. We recommend using half a gram to one gram of the Gold Oil per one ounce of total serum.

This oil is highly refined, so the texture is nice and smooth. CBD oil has a very thick, creamy viscosity. Try a small amount on your fingertips to get an idea of the texture. It will hold its form and melt when rubbed between two fingers. Luckily a little bit goes a long way, so when we mix it with some carrier oils it will be much easier to work with. The 25% Pure Gold Oil smells very much like hemp thanks to it’s rich terpene content. 

Choosing a Carrier Oil

Carrier oils are what will make up the bulk of your formula – remember a little bit of CBD goes a long way. The carrier oil will help you apply a small amount of CBD to a large area of skin, such as your face and neck. You can use just one carrier, or combine a few different ones for added benefits.

A good carrier oil won’t clog pores, and has its own health benefits. When deciding which carrier oil will be best for you, be sure to try some of it on a small area of skin to test for allergies. Here are some common carrier oils that are gentle enough for facial use.

Jojoba Oil

Jojoba oil is similar to our natural sebum, so it won’t clog pores. It makes a wonderful moisturizer on it’s own, and has a thin consistency. This gentle oil is safe enough to use as an eye makeup remover, and moisturizes as it cleanses. It doesn’t have a strong scent either, making it comfortable to use. This oil is good for normal to oily skin.

Avocado Oil

Another excellent option for dry skin. This oil is a bit thicker than jojoba oil, and has a faint nutty scent. The color is light green, and will look golden when mixed with CBD oil. There are numerous skincare benefits from avocado oil. If you have dry skin, opt for avocado oil.

Sweet Almond Oil

Not bitter almond oil, sweet almond oil – there’s a difference. Sweet almond oil has hydrating properties, which help prevent water loss. This makes it perfect for dry skin, sensitive skin. Similar to jojoba oil, sweet almond oil is high in vitamin E. It has only a faint smell, despite it’s sweet name. This oil should not be used by anyone with nut allergies, even topical use carries a risk.

Hemp Seed Oil

Unlike CBD oil, this oil is made from just the hemp seeds, and doesn’t contain THC or CBD. It does however contain a plethora of other skincare benefits. This oil moisturizes without clogging pores, and is great for balancing out combination skin. Hemp seed oil is well known for it’s high omega-6 fatty acid content.

This oil is great for acne-prone skin thanks to it’s high omega-6 content. It also contains linoleic and oleic acids which promote youthful skin, the human body can’t produce these acids on its own.

Adding Essential Oils

Essential oils aren’t just for aromatic pleasure, they also contain beneficial terpenes. These are optional, and should be used sparingly as they can irritate skin when used in excess. One or two drops per ounce should be enough. Be sure to test out the essential oil mixed with the carrier oil of your choice on your skin before adding it to your complete formula.

Helichrysum Essential Oil

Perfect for acne prone skin, this essential oil is well known for its antibacterial properties. Helichrysum oil is also known for reducing scars, and stimulating cell growth. Use sparingly, this oil has a potent herbal aroma.

Rose Otto Oil

This form of rose oil is made from freshly bloomed roses. It’s powerful moisturizing and antibacterial properties make it perfect for mature, aging skin. Floral aromatic notes are retained in this oil. High in antioxidants, this oil promotes skin cell turnover for a glowing finish.

Frankincense Oil

This ancient essential oil has been used for centuries. Perfect for damaged and irritated skin, this oil has a woodsy aroma. Frankincense oil is cleansing, and has anti-inflammatory properties.

Creating your Blend


    • 0.5-1 Gram 25% Pure Gold CBD Oil
    • 1 oz Carrier Oil
    • 1-2 Drops Essential Oil

Other Supplies:

    • Glass tincture container with eyedropper
    • Stir stick or spoon

Once you have all your ingredients ready, it’s time to mix them together. Mix your carrier oil and essential oils first, use a stir spoon, or shake it in a tightly sealed container. We recommend using a glass container with an eyedropper for storing your serum to avoid toxins that can be released from plastic. Test out this blend to ensure it is what you want. Then, add the CBD oil.

CBD oil is very heavy, it will sink to the bottom of your mixture. Seal the container tightly, and shake well. You may notice the CBD oil sticks together in particles. Continue to shake the mixture intermittently until well mixed. Check the particles as you progress, the particles will not break down completely during this time. However, you can test out your mixture, if you like.

Allow the serum to sit overnight, by the morning the particles will have broken down more and you will have a consistent blend. Shake well before each use, and enjoy!

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The Difference Between CBD Oil, CBD Tinctures, and CBD Isolate

If you are just getting started on your CBD journey you may feel like there are a ton of options to choose from. With this guide, you can get an idea of what to expect from the most common formulations.

Full Spectrum CBD Oil

This is the most important ingredient used in most CBD products such as capsules, salves, and edibles. It can also be purchased in its original state, without any fillers or additives.

CBD oil contains terpenes, essential oils, and other hemp plant fibers. CBD oil is well known for being full spectrum. This means it contains other beneficial cannabinoids such as CBN and CBG that work together with CBD to create a well rounded compound.

Raw, Decarboxylated, and Gold CBD oils from left to right.

3 Types of Pharma Hemp Complex CBD Oil

The first thing you will notice about our CBD oil products, is that we categorize them by the percentage of CBD content. You will also notice that they are packaged in a syringe with a plunger.

The consistency of all three of these oils is very thick, and they are all highly concentrated when compared to CBD oil tinctures. Most people will only take a rice grain sized amount at a time, which makes the syringe ideal packaging.

15.9% Hemp CBD Raw Oil:

    • Natural Dark Green Color
    • Preferred by Minimalists
    • Has undergone basic CO2 extraction

17% Hemp CBD Decarboxylated Oil:

    • Natural Blue Color
    • Decarboxylation in layman’s terms, means the raw oil has been heated to remove excess carbon

25% Pure Hemp CBD Gold Oil:

    • Natural Gold Color
    • Has been further refined to create the highest concentration possible

CBD Isolate – Simply CBD

CBD isolate is CBD only – it can be used to create a variety of formulations.

The most versatile and refined CBD product is CBD isolate. This product comes in a crystalline powder form and is 99.9% pure CBD. Many people prefer CBD isolate over full spectrum CBD oil because it has 0.0% THC.

It’s tasteless and odorless, but doesn’t dissolve in water unless it is a nano-particle powder. It can be used to create custom items such as bath bombs and topicals. Isolate is also one of the more affordable solutions if you are looking to get high CBD content at a low cost.

CBD Oil Tinctures

Also commonly referred to as CBD oil tinctures, the ‘oil’ is to emphasize that the tincture is not made with isolate, and refers to full spectrum quality. Pharma Hemp Complex tinctures are made with full spectrum hemp oil.

The biggest difference between CBD tinctures and CBD oil, is that the CBD tincture is made with what’s called a carrier oil. In the CBD oil section above, we discussed the thick consistency of CBD oil, this is why a carrier oil is necessary if you want to simply drop or squirt the oil under your tongue.

Some will often confuse carrier oils with fillers. This is unfortunate, because while these carrier oils are inactive ingredients, they are used for a reason, not simply to bulk up the product quantity. Hemp seed oil is rich in both omega-3 and omega-6, this is why we include hemp seed oil as a carrier for our CBD oil tinctures

Pharma Hemp Complex offers a wide variety of CBD oil tinctures to choose from.

2 Blends of Pharma Hemp Complex CBD Oil Tinctures

At Pharma Hemp Complex, we offer two different formulations for our CBD oil tinctures. Both blends are made with the same source of CBD oil. Both also use hemp seed and coconut oil as carriers. 

The primary difference in the two blends is the presence of vegetable glycerin and turmeric, neither of which are in the holistic blend.

Pharma Hemp Complex holistic blend tinctures on the left, and VG tinctures on the right.

Holistic Blend:

For those who believe less is more. The holistic blend is a versatile formula that utilizes hemp seed oil and coconut oil to deliver a smooth dosage every time. Expect an earthy taste with this tincture, this one is not for picky eaters.

    • Minimal Ingredients
    • Carrier Oils:
        • Hemp Seed Oil
        • Coconut (MCT) Oil
  • Peppermint Flavor contains Natural Peppermint Oil

Vegetable Glycerin Blend:

We often simply refer to this as our VG Base. Preferred by those with a sensitive palate, the VG based tinctures are a bit sweeter than the holistic blend. 

    • Mild Sweet Taste
    • Carriers:
        • Vegetable Glycerin
        • Hemp Seed Oil
        • Coconut (MCT) Oil
  • Additional Ingredients: Homeopathic herbs, Natural Peppermint Oil (Peppermint Flavor Only – Not in Unflavored)

Which CBD Oil Product Is Best?

It depends on what you are looking for out of the product. Here are some pros and cons for each to help you make a decision.

CBD Oil:


    • Highly Concentrated 
    • Versatile – Can be used to create custom formulations
    • No additional ingredients, just hemp


    • Not ideal for on-the-go usage

CBD Isolate:


    • 0.0% THC 
    • Versatile – Can be used to create custom formulations
    • Get more ‘bang’ for your buck – Isolate is typically the most affordable form of CBD


    • Not full spectrum – Does not contain the full range of cannabinoids

CBD Oil Tinctures


    • Convenient to use
    • Can contain other beneficial ingredients such as omega-3


    • Not the best option for creating custom blends

Keep in mind, this is a highly simplified pro/con list and not an exhaustive list of all the pros and cons of each product. Many people may find that they want to use multiple CBD products, and there is nothing wrong with that.

Some people take plain CBD oil in the morning and night, and use a tincture throughout the day. Some people like to add a little isolate to their CBD oil tinctures to give it a little extra strength. Some make buying decisions based solely on price. The possibilities are really endless, the best way to find out which is best for you is to simply try it.

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Health Benefits of Raw Freeze Dried Pet Treats

Health Benefits of Raw Freeze Dried Pet Treats

Freeze dried foods are sometimes called astronaut food because of their long shelf life. Soldiers and survivalists are already familiar with the practical benefits of real, long-lasting foods. Now, freeze dried foods are quickly becoming popular on the health food market because of their many health benefits. These benefits extend to what your pet eats too!

Raw freeze dried treats are a healthy way to treat your pets to the nutrition they crave.

What Freeze Dried Means

Also known as instant freeze, lyophilisation or cryodesiccation, freeze drying uses low temperatures to create dehydration. Freeze drying differs from traditional dehydration in that no heat is used to evaporate the water. The process also involves lowered pressure and ice removal. During the low pressure stage is when the ice vaporizes, and drying occurs. Since the ice and moisture vaporize, there is no need to keep the food frozen after freeze drying is complete.

Freeze drying allows all the active nutrients of the original food to stay fresh and preserved without cooking or refrigeration.

One of the benefits of freeze dried food is that they can be rehydrated to bring them back to their original state. Simply adding water, milk, or broth can bring a freeze dried food back to its origins. While rehydrating is optional, some prefer the taste and texture of the original food. For pets with sensitive teeth, rehydrating can provide extra comfort while snacking.

Raw salmon, in it’s freshest state, can be preserved by freeze drying.

Raw Diet Benefits for Pets

Pharma Hemp Complex Chicken and Salmon Pet Treats are made with real fresh chicken, and wild-caught Alaskan salmon that’s freeze dried in its natural raw state. Raw meats are what carnivores like cats and dogs crave the most in their everyday diet. This is why cats and dogs will often hunt, or bring you unexpected ‘presents’, even though they have plenty to eat at home!

While this shows your pets’ impressive natural hunting capabilities, no pet owner wants their companion eating wild, and disease ridden animals. Raw, freeze dried pet treats allow your furry friend to enjoy the real nutrition they crave, without the harmful side effects of raw meat they find in the wild.

Nutritional benefits from freeze dried raw foods:

  • High in Protein
    Protein helps build strong muscles and reduces the risk of injury. More energy, more endurance.
  • High in Natural Nutrients
    Vital nutrients are not destroyed and remain in a natural state for best nutrition.
  • High Palatability & Digestibility
    Optimum nourishment through the whole digestive system leads to less food intake and smaller stools.
  • Low Carbohydrates & Starches
    Carbohydrates are hard on a pet’s digestion and high doses are not needed in a carnivore’s diet.
  • Complete & Balanced Diet
    A balanced ratio of protein, fat, bones, organs, and vitamins for optimum health.
  • High Moisture Content when Rehydrated
    Hydration keeps kidneys and urinary tracts healthy. Carnivore’s have a low thirst drive and get most of their moisture from their prey.
  • Essential Fatty Acids (Omega 3 & 6)
    Fatty acids keep pet’s skin and coat healthy.
  • Natural Fat Content
    Fat is a natural energy booster.

Compared to traditional pet kibble, which can include starchy fillers, meat by-products, and harmful preservatives, freeze dried raw is the only way to go!

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Keeping Your Dog Healthy the Natural Way

CBD for Pets spray Pharma CBD spray for dogsNo dog likes a trip to the vet’s office. Taking him there just about breaks your heart, doesn’t it? But when your pet’s health is at stake, making that trip can be absolutely essential.

What if there were other, more natural solutions to keeping your dog healthy? An alternative to the piles of nasty medication you have to sneak into his food?

CBD for pets could be the answer you’ve been looking for.


“Go Natural” with CBD for Your Dog

“Going natural” is a hot trend to follow these days. But believe it or not, pets can benefit from some of the same all-natural supplements as humans do. All-natural CBD oil for dogs is one of the latest methods pet owners just like you are using to help their pooch.

Hemp Health’s cannabidiol for pets is derived from hemp, which although is a member of the cannabis plant contains less than 1% (please replace with “only trace amounts”. Most of our products contains much, much less than 1%) of the psychoactive properties commonly associated with cannabis. Instead, our CBD oil for pets contains compounds that interact naturally with your dog’s immune and nervous systems.

“Going natural” means using a treatment that is non-GMO and has no pesticides, herbicides, or chemical fertilizers. You wouldn’t want those in your supplements, so why would you want them for your dog? Treat him the way he deserves by going natural!

How to Supplement Your Dog with CBD for Pets

CBD capsules for dogs  Pharma CBD for pets

We’re just beginning to see the great benefits of hemp oil for dogs. But we all know how resistant dogs can be towards traditional medication. That’s why hemp oil for pets comes in a number of convenient methods.

You can easily slip in CBD capsules into your dog’s morning meal. Even if your dog sniffs it out, you can cover it with a treat to ensure it goes down smoothly.

If your dog is a picky eater, you might want to go with oral spray instead of capsules. Just a couple quick drops into your dog’s mouth or added to his food is the recommended CBD oil dosage for dogs. It even comes in peppermint and vanilla flavors, so he can get the benefits and nice-smelling breath too!

CBD Hemp Oil for Dogs: The Safe, Natural Solution?

The relationship between CBD and pets is very similar to the one between CBD and humans. CBD for dogs is great because it offers you a viable alternative to traditional medication. And it’s even available in convenient capsules and spray. What’s not to like?

Do your dog a favor and save him the stress of going to the vet—try CBD therapy for dogs!

Why Buy CBD Oil Wholesale from Hemp Health?

What’s the best way to get CBD oil wholesale? That’s easy—go with Hemp Health!

We know you need a quality CBD manufacturer you can count on. That’s why we now offer CBD oil for sale wholesale, so you can sell products you trust in the most convenient way possible. Choosing us as your provider means you get the best possible solution to get the CBD oil you need.

But don’t just take our word for it—here are the facts that go behind our manufacturing and distribution of wholesale CBD products. We’re positive that once you know exactly how we can fulfill your needs, you’ll choose no one else but us for your CBD wholesale needs.

Our CBD Products are High Quality


Other CBD oil wholesale manufacturers may claim to offer a superior product, but you can never be sure. Why go with someone you can’t trust? Buy wholesale CBD oil from us at Hemp Health, and you won’t have to worry.

Hemp is still regulated by the FDA in the United States. However, our CBD products are legal in all 50 states, so you know we’re the real deal. Our highly concentrated hemp is grown in hemp-friendly countries without the use of pesticides or insecticides. It’s non-synthetic, non-GMO, and all-natural.

Don’t settle for less—offer your customers the best product available. Hemp Health’s pure CBD oil products will give you and your customers just what is needed.

Get the Hemp Health Experience: Convenience and Quality

Now that you know you’re getting a superior product, isn’t it time you chose a superior manufacturer? We at Hemp Health pride ourselves on offering services that are every bit as committed to your satisfaction as our CBD products.

We do not charge you upfront or out-of-pocket costs. You only have to pay after your customer pays you! Our convenient dropshipping services let you save money by fulfilling orders as they come in. And best of all, you can do so without having to take up space on your property with loads of inventory.

Get in Touch with Us Today!

We began selling CBD oil wholesale with the express purpose of providing vendors like you with a better way to get the products you need. And now that we’ve shared with you how we do things, the course of action is clear: Choose Hemp Health for your bulk CBD oil needs.

Fill out our wholesale vendor form or call 877-598-9984 to get started. It’s low-risk, affordable, and completely convenient for you.

What’s in Hemp Health’s Pharma CBD Salve?

These days, you’ve got to be careful about what you put on your skin. Less-than-optimal ingredients in products from less-than-trustworthy companies could end up doing more harm than good.

At Hemp Health, we’re committed to providing you with a product you can trust. Because we know how important it is for you to know what’s in your products. That’s why we’re breaking down our Pharma CBD salve and letting you see what’s going on inside.

Check out what makes our CBD salve a treat for your skin!

1. All-Natural, Industrial Hemp

Hemp is the main attraction of all our products. However, since regulations prohibit hemp from being grown in the United States, it must be imported. How can you know what’s really going on with your CBD salve?
Pharma brand CBD Salve from Hemp Health Inc
We get our hemp from farms in hemp-friendly countries. Then, we process and extract our hemp to obtain USA-legal hemp oil—no synthetic engineering here. This natural oil goes in all our products, including our CBD salve.

2. Steam Distilled Botanicals

You’ve probably heard of jojoba oil, right? This oil derives from the jojoba desert plant and is a popular ingredient in health and beauty products. Our CBD salve incorporates jojoba and other essential plant oils for their moisturizing, non-greasy qualities that can soothe your skin.

We extract our oils and manufacture our CBD salve entirely in the USA. We then have our product go through rigorous third-party testing. You can bet our methods are designed to make our product as safe as possible!

3. No Dangerous Pest-Control Substances

Remember the farms where Hemp Health gets its hemp? These generational farms have a long tradition of using safe, natural harvesting methods. This means the hemp we receive stateside is non-GMO and is grown without using any pesticides, solvents, herbicides, or chemical fertilizers.

You wouldn’t put these chemicals on your skin, would you? So why use hemp products that contain them? With Hemp Health’s CBD products, you’ll never have to.

Try CBD Salve from Hemp Health for a Pure and Natural Product

Many companies in the health and beauty industry cut corners on their products. After all, it’s easier (although not necessarily safer) to save a buck by using poor harvesting techniques or by synthesizing their ingredients.

Not Hemp Health. As you’ve learned from this blog, we take care to offer you our very best: An all-natural, hemp-derived product with no synthetic or harmful chemicals. When you use our CBD salve on your skin, you can relax knowing you’re using a natural product.

Contact us and give it a try today!

Do I Need to Move to a Different State to Order CBD Oil?

No doubt you’ve been hearing the possible benefits of cannabis for years now. And now you’ve heard about this CBD oil that’s been turning a lot of heads due to its potential therapeutic qualities.

There’s only one problem: you live in a state where cannabis is not legal. And since CBD oil is made using a variant of the cannabis plant, how will you be able to order it and take advantage of its properties?

In What States are Cannabis Legal In?

As of this writing, recreational and medicinal cannabis is legal in only four states:

  • Colorado
  • Oregon
  • Alaska
  • Washington

If you don’t live in one of these states, you might be thinking to yourself, “tough luck.” Guess you won’t be trying out that new cannabidiol oil you’ve heard so much about…

Not to worry. You won’t have to move to a different state just to buy CBD oil.

Is CBD Oil Available in Your StateCBD oil from Hemp Health Inc

Think you can only order cannabidiol oil if you live in Colorado or one of the other cannabis-friendly states? Think again! Even if you live in a state where cannabis is not legal, you can still get CBD oil delivered to your home.

This is because we extract our cannabidiol oil from hemp legally imported to the US. This strain of hemp contains less than 1% of THC, the psychoactive ingredient found in the THC variety of cannabis plant.

While the hemp plant is part of the cannabis family, as is the THC containing variety, the two are not the same. Therefore, your state will not necessarily be restricted from the benefits of cannabidiol oil.

How Hemp Health Inc. Can Help You Get CBD Oil

As we’ve said—there’s no need for you to pack everything up and move just to get hemp oil.

Lucky for you, Hemp Health Inc. delivers our high quality CBD oil to all 50 US states, as well as internationally. We know how hard it can be to get your hands on a trustworthy product; that’s why we’ve third-party tested all our cannabidiol oil to ensure it contains no pesticides, herbicides, or chemical fertilizers.

Simply check out our CBD products page and choose one of our pure and natural products. No need to go all-out; you can try just a taste to see if it’s for you. We at Hemp Health Inc. are willing to bet it will be. That’s why we’ve made our CBD oils available to everyone, wherever you may live.

Give it a try today!