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Hemp needs to be grown in a location free of toxins, but also in an area that would support its’ several month long season. A location that is too cold, or too hot could kill the plants, which is why Colorado is often used. Though, even within the Cannabis mother-state of Colorado there are bad places. Locations with scathed land or toxin-rich soils are no good for Hemp.
Rich soils in stable conditions are the only place GOOD Hemp can be grown. It’s also worth mentioning that REGENERATIVE farming techniques should be used on this land in order to strengthen it with every season of growth.
In addition, Hemp is sometimes grown outside of the United States. Countries in Europe or even Australia have been known to try their hand at growing Hemp… the results are not always satisfactory though. I would suggest using caution for anybody who buys products made from imported hemp.
As for the United States, Hemp can be found all over. Yes, at one time it was really only Colorado, but times have changed and we even have a program here in Wisconsin!
Check with the company you’re buying CBD through, they’re almost always willing to say where their Hemp was grown. In the case of our wonderful products, Endo and Enlita, we have grown the hemp for those in Colorado!