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Hemp (Male cannabis without THC cannabinoid) is the most profound plant in human history with its CBD having the best and longest proven safety profile of any medicine in the world. To date there is not one reported adverse event from CBD consumption for over 10,000 years.

Consistent with our Whole Hemp Utilization Philosophy, we utilize our patented Continuous Countercurrent Reactor (CCR) to naturally refine hemp biomass into many high value products, including hemp packaging material and hemp paper products.

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Click On Your Concern to Find Out –How CBD Can Improve The Quality Of Your Life

Want to lose weight after the holidays? Well you guessed it, Pure Kind Botanicals™ is a perfect compliment to your weight loss routine.

Cannabinol fights abdominal obesity! If you combine our CBD with the MCT oil for your Bullet Proof Coffee, well you have a winning combination. Take the CBD/Xylitol Challenge Today!

Cannabidiol (CBD) works on Stress because Stress is from our inflammatory lifestyle.

Imagine if you could just consume an organic plant grown in your home that works better than any synthetic Prozac like drug with horrific side-effects and is poisoning our water supply. Well hemp once again is the answer. Combine Hempsweet’s CBD products with a low-to-no refined sugar diet and watch the worries go away.

Cannabidiol (CBD) is what steroid creams dream of being for Skin Conditions. Hemp may cure it all without any of the horrible side effects seen with topical steroids and other medications used for eczema, rash, psoriasis, chronic itching.

Whether it is a bad diaper rash, eczema, psoriasis or the famous dermatologist phrase “lets just try a steroid cream as see what happens”……consider first our totally safe MCT/CBD oil or Relief Cream first.

Plus Hempsweet’s Pure Kind Botanical ™ Facial Serum can do wonders on your damaged facial skin.

Cannabis has been found to fight cancer; and discovered by the US government! Plus it is really good at reducing the side-effects associated with cancer treatments.

“In the practice of integrative oncology, the health care provider may recommend medicinal Cannabis not only for symptom management but also for its possible direct anti-tumor effect.”

Yes! you read that correct. This is a direct quote from a public statement in March of 2011 by the National Cancer Institute (NCI) — that specific statement was removed (hmm government), but you can still read about the anti-cancer effects of CBD here.

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Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of the most effective anti-inflammatory medicines ever discovered & it is arguably the safest.

Hemp CBD is amazing for Joint Pain (Arthritis), Nerve Pain (Neuropathy), Degenerative Diseases (Spine, bone, connective tissue), Fibromyalgia, Diabetic Neuropathy, Gout, Back Pain…..Hopefully it is obvious everyone can benefit from CBD.

As a class, the cannabinoids are generally free from the adverse effects associated with NSAIDs.

Cannabidiol (CBD) from Hemp (Male form of Sativa) is clinically proven to Treat Epilepsy/seizure.

None of this information is to point fingers or put blame on one specific thing, but ignoring the power of this natural plant needs to stop. Lets use the power of truth and the the internet and improve the quality of life of every one of our friends and family’s.

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Cannabidiol (CBD) is clinically proven to Treat Alzheimer’s and the Prevention of Dementia.

Cannabidiol (CBD) for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) – Hope for our Vets and other Victims of the world!

With one of the founders of Hempsweet being a US Navy Medic (Corpsman) veteran and still deals with the effects of PTSD, this one hits home. Not only could cannabidiol play a key role in improving the quality of life for our veterans. If our world gave up on its petro oil addiction, and the war associated with it, replaced with Hemp (Yes hemp can do everything petro can do) then we would be living in a better world.

If the effects of inflammation have already got you dealing with a stroke or you have suffered a Traumatic Brain Injury then Cannabidiol (CBD) from Hemp may be your answer.

About one million people in the United States are treated in emergency rooms each year for traumatic brain injuries, resulting from traffic accidents, sports-related concussions, military injuries, and strokes. By the year 2030, according to the American Heart Association, almost 4 percent of U.S. adults will have a stroke.

Cannabidiol (CBD) is clinically proven to Treat Anxiety and related problems like Insomnia, Panic Attacks, and OCD.

Use Pure Kind Botanicals 250mg CBD Hemp Extract Oil daily for maintenance or our Pure Kind Botanicals 1,500mg CBD Hemp Extract Oil for moderate to severe symptoms.

To treat sleep disorders: 20 -160 mg CBD by mouth as needed.


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"I bought this for my wife. She was having anxiety. Mainly from tapering off of a narcotic medication she'd been taking for several years. She is at the end of the taper and is doing really well. I certainly attribute that to her using CBD products. She would put a dropper full under her tongue a couple times a day. We are very pleased with this product."

Gregory C.

"These drops have helped me reduce my intake of opiods,as well as helping me get good rest at night.The taste is something to get used to but empty gel caps & the dropper helps."

Sandra S.

"This is a excellence product in the pass 3 years CBD has made my life worth living again"

Latricia B.

"I've used just a few drops when I feel stressed, and it has a very calming effect without making me drowsy. Nice product."

Leslie K.

"Relieves my stress and anxiety."

Dan B.

"I have COPD and it helped right away tastes bad but just for a second it's well worth it. I would highly recommend it and a great company as well."

Jamie T.

"I have secondary progressive MS, and have been frustrated for many years with expensive and ineffective MS medications. With the first dose of CBD rich hemp oil, I have seen my spasticity and cramping reduced by over 90%. Smooth muscle control ( swallowing and bladder function) has improved considerably!"

Robin H.

"I have only recently started using a low dose of CBD oil drops. I have noticed a calming effect from it and without any kind of sedative like effects you usually get from pharmaceuticals. I know it takes some time to get the right effect from CBD so I will make updates as I progress."

Christopher P.

"Using this product to help elderly parent with dementia deal with severe anxiety. It helps tremendously! I put it in glass of juice and the calming effect is obvious."


"I suffer badly from Arthritis, in my feet among other places. Feet are so necessary in life and extreme pain in feet in really nasty. So, I take pain killers. But, I do not like some of the sides of the pain killers. Then, I find cbd oil. Wish I could find the chocolate mint I found in Colorado on line, but, regardless of flavor, it works. Nothing takes the pain "away" ... that is a pipe dream, but, dull it so I can work in garden and play with 9 year old G-daughter. I am a fan! You should advertise this as an alternative to pain meds! Or, at least a daytime addition or alternative.Thank you."

Judith A.

"I bought this for my wife. She was having anxiety. Mainly from tapering off of a narcotic medication she'd been taking for several years. She is at the end of the taper and is doing really well. I certainly attribute that to her using CBD products. She would put a dropper full under her tongue a couple times a day. We are very pleased with this product."

Gregory C.

"These drops have helped me reduce my intake of opiods,as well as helping me get good rest at night.The taste is something to get used to but empty gel caps & the dropper helps."

Sandra S.