Healthy Green CBD Oils Reveals Hemp Pilot Project Role with University of Florida and IFAS
On Wednesday, January 8, 2020, CBD firm, Healthy Green CBD Oils announced its involvement in a two-year hemp pilot project that has been accepted by both the University of Florida (UF) and the Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (IFAS) in Gainesville. The goal(s) of this research is to better understand how the hemp industry not only impacts human health but also Florida’s economy and environmental standing.
Vice President of Healthy Green CBD Oil, Louisa Segarra expressed excitement in the role the firm will have in the research project, along with the positive impact it can have on the U.S altogether. In particular, she said:
“We have always believed in the ability of hemp-related products to help treat a variety of problems. We also firmly believe in the power of hemp to beneficially transform the economy of […] Florida, and eventually the U.S.”
Under this respective project, 31 different varieties of hemp will be studied from growth factors to distinct plant features. Additionally, how much space is needed to maximize production will be another area of focus. As for the latter, many things will be considered including proper practices and ideal cropping systems. Finally, as per the announcement, ways to prevent or control invasion risks will be studied so that Florida’s environments are not negatively impacted in any way.
Healthy Green CBD Oils currently offers an array of CBD products from oils and edibles to others containing 99% CBD isolates. All of their products are trusted as being pharmacist-formulated and undergo lab testing for optimal safety and effectiveness. To learn more about Healthy Green CBD Oils’ approach to extracting hemp, click here.