THC-Free CBD Cooling Pain Gel – Mint Flavored Hemp Oil Tinctures Line Expanded

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Pure Midwest has announced the expansion of its CBD product line, featuring a THC-free cooling pain gel and full spectrum hemp oil tinctures for more high-quality options at affordable prices.

Cincinnati CBD supplier Pure Midwest announced the expansion of its product line to feature THC-free cooling gel and full-spectrum hemp oil tinctures in natural and mint flavors. With both ingestible and topical items available, the company seeks to provide customers with a high-quality selection of CBD products at affordable prices.

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The recently updated offerings are non-GMO certified and allow for transparent profile verification via batch-specific Certificates of Analysis.

Across the U.S., cannabis-related products have grown steadily in popularity over recent years, owing in large part to increased health research and eased legal restrictions for medicinal and recreational use. In particular, CBD-focused products have benefitted from wider social acceptance as a non-psychoactive alternative to other cannabis products.

The new THC-free cooling gel delivers 500mg of CBD in a 1.7oz container with an airless pump mechanism. The new mint-flavored and natural tinctures are available in 600 mg and 1200 mg strengths and are backed by the company’s “empty bottle” guarantee.

Ongoing research indicates that CBD pain gels can alleviate some types of muscular and joint pains. Some customers use cooling pain gels are used to treat inflammation and to relax muscles after fitness workouts.

Pure Midwest addresses the sensibilities of both new and experienced CBD consumers by offering hemp products in THC-free and full-spectrum forms, ensuring THC content remains well below the 0.3% threshold required for federal regulation compliance under the 2018 Farm Bill.

The company’s hemp-derived line aims to increase consumer confidence by providing greater transparency regarding product profiles, potency, and production methods. For output, carbon dioxide extraction is used instead of an ethanol-based process, which, although more expensive to implement, yields higher quality oil consistently across smaller batches.

Production occurs in FDA-approved facilities, with multiple rounds of testing provided by third-party ISO 19075:2015 compliant labs before product packaging and shipment.

With this latest announcement, Pure Midwest continues its mission to provide a platform for high-quality CBD products and information.

A company spokesperson said: “The internet and social media are filled with hemp oil companies, and it’s tough to know which to select. The biggest difference that we have is our quality. We test multiple times throughout the process to ensure correct results.”

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