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Why Hemp Quality Matters

Nowadays, the Hemp market is full of brands, products, and brand-new manufacturing techniques you may have never even heard of. While this is undoubtedly exciting for many, this can also bring about quite serious confusion: how do you know that what you’re buying is any good, and does it even matter?

Yes, Hemp is All-Natural, But...

Yes, Hemp comes from all-natural plants like this green sprout, but that does not mean the end Hemp product is quality.

Even though Hemp is derived from the hemp plant, you can have companies that cut corners and don’t treat their product the way they should. The result is sub-par, poor-quality Hemp that simply does not produce the values you need. But, more than that, Hemp quality matters to keep you safe.

If you’ve bought your Hemp products from reputable Hemp companies, you were likely able to view your product’s third-party lab-test results. These lab-test results help illustrate the purity and quality of the product you’re buying, and ensure that what they’re boasting is what they’re selling. They test for contaminants like heavy metals, pesticides, and residual harmful solvents, as well as the cannabinoid levels within the product itself.

Qualifying a Hemp Brand

Unfortunately, qualifying a Hemp product is not as easy to determine as this sprinter qualifying for the next round.

Seeing all of this information can help you fully understand a brand’s priorities and reliability. When they include ingredients they shouldn’t, you know they don’t care as much about their customers as they may claim. More than that, ingredients such as these are unhealthy for the human body and definitely shouldn’t be consumed. Hemp quality is more than just properly sourced Hemp, it truly comes down to healthiness.

Hemp quality is also crucial in achieving the effects you want from your cannabidiol. Typically, the lower-quality Hemp they use, or if they utilize poor extraction methods, the less efficacious the products will be. This is not only a waste of your money, but it’s a waste of your time and only provides disappointment. With a cannabinoid known for being so helpful, getting products that don’t work can really ruin your experience.

Low Quality Hemp Products

Some products, like this broken down dirt bike, are easily identified as low-quality, but it's not that easy with Hemp.

Even if your low-quality products provide some sort of effect, enjoying them will probably be a bit more difficult. Typically, poorly made Hemp products are not going to taste or smell nearly as delicious as your high-quality options, providing a consumption experience that’s less than appealing. Nobody wants to enjoy Hemp that has tastes that make you cringe, but that’s often a sign of some low-quality Hemp.

All-in-all, Hemp quality is crucial to your entire Hemp experience. From smells to effects and literally everything in between, your experience with Hemp will be drastically different depending on the quality of your cannabidiol. With all of this in mind, you shouldn’t settle for anything less than the best.

Reputable Hemp Brands

Thankfully, there are reputable Hemp brands, just like Sugar and Kush, that use not only high-quality Hemp but high-quality ingredients and the best extraction processes. Always take the time to find a company’s COA results and see their lab tests for yourself. Read what others say in Hemp reviews. Take a deep dive through their Hemp FAQ, and make sure all of their standards align with yours. If they do, you’ve likely found yourself some quality Hemp.

While this may seem like a bit of a process, it is more than worth it to ensure you’ve got some beautifully crafted Hemp on your hands. (Trust us, your body will thank you, too.)

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