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Ending the stigma of Hemp Oil in business circles.


In this article we will discuss the ways in which business circles can shun Hemp Oil as a profitable business due to the stigma that Hemp Oil is illegal and related to recreational cannabis. 

Specifically we will look to educate on the reality of what Hemp Oil actually is, so that it can become easily accessible for the public via small to large businesses.

Hemp Oil is LEGAL.

Hemp Oil as in the oil, juices, materials that are extracted from Hemp plant are completely legal. As in any Hemp derived produce from Hemp fibres all the way to Hemp crude extract are 100% legal. 

This is because Hemp Oil is derived from the Hemp plant, NOT the cannabis plant. This comes down to the THC content in cannabis plants. Simply put cannabis plants have these large bulbous buds hanging off them that are filled with THC. Therefore when chowed down to a liquid the THC is likely to be in the 10% to 30% range. This is an illegal level of THC. On the other hand Hemp plants are reaped for their leaves, stalks and roots that have miniscule amounts of THC ranging from 0.2% to 0.3%. In most countries this constitutes a legal level of THC. 

Therefore this is the first argument towards ending the stigma towards Hemp Oil as a business. The legality of which is recognised across the globe and within many governments. Subsequently business circles and entrepreneurs should not shy away from Hemp Oil as a start up business due to efficacy of use and the law. 

Next we will talk on the added ingredients that can come hand in hand with Hemp Oil.

Hemp Oil doesn’t have to come alone.

Many businesses already in the supplement market can be reluctant to take on Hemp Oil as a business. This is because they may not have the capacity for the heavy set, and highly regulated extraction processes needed to get Hemp Oil out of Hemp plants. 

However those in business circles should look to bring Hemp Oil to the public through white labelling whereby a third party manufacturer would extract the Hemp Oil. The benefit of doing this is that the supplement company could then infuse their supplements they already make with the white label Hemp Oil they purchase from their supplier. The end product is called a CBD infused product. 

This is a unique take on Hemp Oil as not many companies have CBD infused products. For example CBD infusions such as Turmeric anxiety gummies infused CBD, that is sold by All Round CBD allows them to make use of the Turmeric they already have and Hemp Oil together, to give something innovative to the public. 

Therefore this can end the stigma of Hemp Oil as a supplement that needs specialised equipment solely on the shoulders of supplement suppliers, when in fact companies can enter the market by getting others to do the hard work for them and simply mixing their supplements with the Hemp Oil they buy. 

In conclusion 

The Hemp Oil market doesn’t have to be as daunting as people think. There are ways around getting Hemp Oil personalised to your business in order to grab the public’s attention. Furthermore Hemp Oil is 100% legal given the right circumstances of THC content due to the nature of where Hemp Oil comes from. That is that Hemp plants give you Hemp Oil, and cannabis buds give an illegal recreational substance. The former is what businesses will be undertaking as their next product and so there’s no reason to shy away from Hemp Oil as the next big thing for their business. 

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