Today, the Breast Cancer Research Foundation, Dr. Susan Love, announced a new partnership with First Crop, a Santa Fe-based CBD wellness foundation. Christopher Clinton Conway, Love Foundation’s CEO, is guided by the belief that working together offers bigger opportunities to create more successful outcomes. Through its pioneering cross-sector partnerships, the foundation can increase financial support, goodwill, and awareness.
First Crop is devoted to enhancing its consumers' wellness and health, and the planet, including individuals diagnosed with breast cancer. CBD is widely used in pain management, especially by people undergoing cancer treatments and those who have survived it. Healthline has indicated that CBD could help people manage cancer symptoms and treatment for the side effects.
As per the partnership agreement, the Love Foundation will receive 20% of the First Crop’s bundle Pure Gel CBD Caps and Relief Balm and 15% net sales on priced items. Further, the Love Foundation's supporters will enjoy a 15% discount on the First Crop’s site. Dr. Susan applauds the collaboration and calls it a great breakthrough.
According to Jane Pinto, the First Crop Visionary Founder, they are happy to start a partnership with the Dr. Susan Love Foundation. Dr. Love explores nature-based and holistic solutions to bring the best products to help people suffering from breast cancer manage their condition. It’s a true explanation of consistency and collaboration, a passion that has seen the foundation reach great heights, helping hundreds of patients. The CBD products by First Crop are all USDA certified, tested by third-party labs, and specifically based on natural ingredients, and are uniquely formulated with scientifically proven technologies.
About First Crop
First Crop is a trustworthy public benefit company dedicated to creating products that enhance the planet's wellness and health and its inhabitants. The hemp used is USDA Certified Organic CBD in its products and grown on midsized and small farms under professional and regulative care. The company is not just focused on making profits; they focus more on helping people experiencing chronic pain and discomfort experience less pain, find life balance, and improved health.