Registered Industrial Hemp

Questionable Quality

One of the biggest problems the hemp industry faces is the question of quality. Industrial hemp was legalized across the US with the 2018 Farm Bill, but there are still so few regulations about the actual quality of hemp and CBD products sold. At CBD Universe, we want to make sure we put out high-quality products despite the lack of regulations. The strains of hemp that we use are specially bred from strains of medical cannabis that were the highest in cannabidiol (CBD).

Essentially, we start with plants that contain the highest concentration of CBD and the lowest concentration of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) so we can extract more CBD without risk of THC contamination. The strains of hemp plant we use are consistently below 0.3% THC on a dry weight basis and are rich in CBD. 

All products we manufacture, market, or distribute conform to the 2014 US Farm Bill section 7606 which Federally legalized the cultivation of Registered United States Industrial Hemp under certain conditions to which CBD Universe fully complies.

It’s important to note that true industrial hemp is known for, and is specifically grown for, the tall, fibrous stalks which can be used in so many applications, like rope production, cloth making, and more. Industrial hemp seeds are also a great source of fatty acids, but not cannabinoids.

Our hemp strain is rich in phytocannabinoids

Some types of hemp do not produce much in the way of phytocannabinoids (including CBD, CBG, CBC, etc.) and have few synergistic compounds that would be found in a full-spectrum CBD oil or isolate. Here at CBD Universe, we grow a phytocannabinoid-rich strain of the hemp plant because we want to extract as much CBD and other valuable compounds as possible.

Our strains of hemp plant grow more like a bush than a tree, and have been cultivated to provide the true benefits of medical cannabis without the psychoactive effects of THC. This cultivation and farming process means we can make the most use of the hemp plants we grow, with as little waste as possible.

Since our hemp plants have been cultivated for our specific needs, we enjoy a more consistent and higher quality plant, and that quality carries through to the products we sell.


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