Boutique CBD Full Spectrum Oil CO2 Extracted US Grown Hemp Report Released

Pure Midwest launched a new report on the most important differences between boutique and mass CBD and hemp oil manufacturers.

Pure Midwest, a boutique full spectrum hemp oil company, released a full report on the difference between boutique and mass hemp product manufacturers. The report analyzes a series of important aspects such as the extraction process, the quality control and testing, and many others.

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The latest update aims to provide a valuable resource for anyone interested in purchasing hemp and CBD oil from reliable sources.

Recent years have seen hemp-derived health supplements becoming increasingly popular, as research has shed new light on their potential positive health effects. Some preliminary studies begin to indicate, but not prove, that CBD could impact the endocannabinoid system (“ECS”). The ECS may be involved in helping the body regulate anxiety and depression, pain, and cardiovascular function, among others.*

The new Pure Midwest report states that choosing a boutique manufacturer is the best way for consumers to make sure that they get high-quality CBD and hemp products.

One of the most important differences lies in the manufacturing process. Boutique manufacturers like Pure Midwest will typically use only select parts of the hemp plant for increased standards of quality.

The report explains: “We only use the hemp flower; not the stalks, seeds and stems. Mass manufacturers will use variations of stalk, seed, stem and flower which reduces the effectiveness. To get higher CBD percentages some will manually add Isolate to their product. This means that you are no longer getting a pure, genetic replication of the plant, but a modified version.”

The extraction process is also a crucial aspect where Pure Midwest differs from the common industry approach. The company uses CO2 extraction, which is significantly more expensive than the standard ethanol extraction but yields the highest consistent quality.

The new report also states that boutique manufacturers will typically use their own supply chain, quality test their products multiple times, and provide third party, independently tested Certificates of Analysis to certify the quality of their products.

Interested parties can find more information by visiting the above-mentioned website.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Pure Midwest always recommends that you consult with your physician before starting a new dietary program.

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