Seagate has been experimenting growing Hemp plants since 2017 and making creams and dropper bottles for testing by friends, family, and employees. All of the applications listed have been tested (informally) by us with good results during these past 6 years on friends/family/and volunteers, which led to our decision to go into commercial production.
A different approach to marketing: customers please note: The 5 CBD topical cream products – are identical and made from one identical formulation. After surveying some of our stores and individual customers, it was decided that naming each cream jar by its specific use would result in the focus being on their application. The alternative of making a list of the uses on a small panel on one single label, would not have been easily noticed. Therefore, if you were to purchase a jar of CBD Cream for Sore Lips, that same bottle would also work equally well for Itching Skin or Foot Relief or Joints & Muscles or Women’s Monthly Cycle.
What started as a hobby, growing a few plants, extracting the raw oil and mixing the raw oil with a couple of ingredients to make a cream has turned into a new product.
The ingredients are simple and are all organic:
Full-Spectrum CBD Oil (product content 1200 mg/1 oz jar)
You will find the most recent independent lab report in a link at the bottom of each product page. Each cream jar is identical and has ~1200 mg of CBD, derived by CO2 extraction. There are no other chemicals used in processing or added in with the ingredients. The THC level is well below the 0.3% threshold level required to be legal throughout the US as Hemp. This minute level would not cause a “cannabis high” were any cream to be accidentally ingested.
The Hemp Farming Act of 2018 was a proposed law to remove hemp (defined as cannabis withless than 0.3% THC) from Schedule I controlled substances and making it an ordinary agricultural
commodity. Its provisions were incorporated in the 2018 United States Farm Bill that became law on December 20, 2018.