The newest company to construct their personal image in THC's shadow is beam cbd. For a few short years, Beam has become a household name in the world of medical cannabis, with over four million dollars invested by their investors and an impressive line-up of products, ranging from tinctures to capsules, and a new product they recently introduced called Haze.
No THC, only TLC is their motto, which looks to the juxtaposition of two things which, in fact, work well together. The reason for the outward declaration of Beam as a "non-THC" company is undoubtedly inspired by the success of their products, no matter what the marketing choices.
Their products include both hemp extracts and hemp oils, all of which have been carefully grown using organic practices, and then extracted to make them more potent. Many people may be skeptical of the idea that hemp can be used as medicine in this day and age, but hemp is one of the most powerful, yet underused ingredients in our everyday lives. Even if people aren't necessarily ready to give up marijuana, many would certainly benefit from the extra health benefits of hemp extracts, as well as the less invasive, non-psychoactive effects of hemp oil.
The two main components found in hemp extracts are THC (or tetrahydrocannabinol) and CBD (or cannabidiol), and the two are usually combined in a tincture to create a better-tasting product. Although they are derived from hemp, neither of them are illegal substances under the Controlled Substances Act. They can, however, be subject to increased taxes if they are not grown organically, so a company like Beam can offer both hemp extracts and hemp oils at reduced prices if they are grown using high-quality methods.
Since THC and CBD are the main components in many of the most popular medical cannabis products, such as capsules and teas, they often attract the attention of unscrupulous manufacturers who add a lot of harmful chemicals in order to justify a high price tag. While some of these companies are legitimate, most are nothing but scams, or even illegal enterprises that will rip you off.
Beam is different. The company works closely with many growers and experts to research and develop their hemp extract products, while using only high quality procedures to grow their hemp. This ensures their products contain only the highest-quality ingredients, which is not only important for safety purposes, but also to guarantee the highest possible quality and potency.
If you are looking for a great product that will give you all the medicinal benefits of hemp extract, without the high price tag, this may be the best choice for you. Even if you choose the cheaper alternative, there's no harm in trying out the company's product.
Beam is not just another supplement company selling synthetic drugs to sell their supplements. In fact, they have several top-rated books that review the scientific and medical studies regarding the various healing properties of hemp extracts and why it may be the best choice for your body.
The products sold by Beam are pure hemp oil that you massage into the skin, for maximum results. While it may not be the same type of product you find in your local drug store, they do offer a superior quality product that is made from only the best, highest-quality hemp oil available, which is known to help with everything from joint pain to weight loss to depression.
If you don't feel comfortable buying hemp oil from a stranger, you can still buy their hemp skin lotion instead. Although it isn't the same high quality product offered by Beam, this product is still worth a try, especially if you want to improve the way you look and feel.
If you're concerned about the potential side effects of hemp oil, the company makes sure you know that their hemp skin lotion contains no chemicals, and has been approved by the FDA. Because of its proven track record in making high-quality natural products, you can feel comfortable using it and still be assured that you're getting all of the benefits of hemp extract.
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