In one word, what make us different is science.
Our approach to phytonutrients is one based on the science and a decade of evidence, and we not trying to capitalize on what some see as a fad. We understand the need for planning and critical thinking prior to even planting hemp seeds.
We learned early on that the plants in the family Cannabaceae include not only Cannabis Sativa, Cannabis Indica, and Cannabis Ruderalis, which are all types of marijuana, but also Cannabis Sativa L, commonly known as industrial hemp. Included in the same family are a wide variety of other flowering plants (Angiosperms), including the hops plants which are used to make some varieties of beer.
As consultants to the growers, one factor many hemp farmers have failed to consider early on in the race to produce CBD oil for the market is that plants in this family are soil remediators. While cleaning up tainted soil is desirable, the plant’s ability to take up toxins from the soil makes these plants useful to society, but it also makes them detrimental to human health if the quality of the soil is not taken into consideration when growing hemp for human consumption.
Hemp grown in tainted soil in the United States and foreign countries like China can still be used for industrial purposes like making plastics, bio-fuel, paints, paper, fabrics and even hempcrete for building. But these plants are not safe for making products for human consumption. If you would not buy cheap sushi in a gas station, why would you buy your CBD oil there? If all you are interested in is price, you might be in the wrong place.
It is essential in our opinion that the public understands that farmers repurposing, old established, farm fields, and importing CBD oil for human consumption, may be buying CBD that comes from soil that has not been tested for toxins, pesticide and herbicide residues or heavy metals like lead and arsenic prior to making their brand of CBD oil.
Day Three Botanicals LLC, a leader in the science and applications of CBD products, endorses state and federal regulations that protect the consumers in the marketplace. Our goal is to educate consumers looking for the health benefits of botanical therapies derived from healthy plants provided for us by nature.