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gone green cbd hemp oil

There are three versions of Gone Green Hemp Oil, all of which come in the same 1oz bottle – just with different concentrations. There’s the 200mg, 500mg, and 1000mg varieties.

So if Gone Green isn’t going to doesn’t tell us about hemp oil benefits, what do other people have to say about it?

Benefits of Gone Green Hemp Oil

Well, hemp oil is typically used for all of the following benefits:

Gone Green doesn’t actually describe the effects or health benefits of their hemp oil on their website. They also remind you that their products are not approved by the FDA to diagnose, cure, treat, or prevent any disease.

4. Hemp seed oil contains a perfectly balanced 3:1 ratio of Omega 6 to Omega 3 fatty acids, which is particularly beneficial to your heart and brain health

Ingredients: Certified Organic MCT Oil, Full Spectrum Hemp Oil Extract

Hemp and hemp derived products are legal to buy, sell, and consume in all 50 states under federal law. For international customers please refer to the local laws where you reside or are traveling to.

Our Hemp Oil Extract is a derivative of 100% US grown industrial grade hemp. Although it can’t be certified organic yet, it is grown without any pesticides or chemicals and our farmers follow organic protocols. As soon as the USDA allows organic certification for US grown hemp, we will be among the first in line to become certified.

Additional information

Our proprietary high-grade Hemp Oil Extract is organically grown (just not certified) in a controlled environment free from toxins and pesticides and then Super Critically CO2 Extracted. It is then infused into Certified Organic MCT Oil in a Certified Organic and HAACP Certified facility in Sedona, Arizona.

Our Hemp Oil Extract is developed through infusing our full spectrum, high potency hemp oil extract with Certified Organic Coconut Derived MCT Oil.

HOW SAFE IS GONE GREEN HEMP OIL EXTRACT?

All of our products are non-psychoactive.

Over the past several years, FDA has issued several warning letters to firms that market unapproved new drugs that allegedly contain cannabidiol (CBD). As part of these actions, FDA has tested the chemical content of cannabinoid compounds in some of the products, and many were found to not contain the levels of CBD they claimed to contain. It is important to note that these products are not approved by FDA for the diagnosis, cure, mitigation, treatment, or prevention of any disease. Consumers should beware purchasing and using any such products.