We chose to partner up with East Fork Cultivars because they maintain a resolute commitment to environmental responsibility, science-based education, and social justice. They strive to develop and preserve sustainable, sun-grown farming methods in order to produce high-quality, genetically diverse, CBD-rich cultivars.
Since November of 2018, the craft hemp arm of East Fork Cultivars has been certified USDA Organic. They were one of the first hemp farms in the U.S. to receive certification. In order to achieve this certification, they had to demonstrate that they were protecting natural resources, conserving biodiversity, and using only approved substances. Multiple inspections were conducted, historical property research was done, and their vendors were scrutinized; after the rigorous process, they were certified.
East Fork Cultivars are third party certified by Sun & Earth, USDA , Oregon Liquor Control Commission , and Oregon Department of Agriculture
We use Organic Hemp Seed oil instead of the MCT refined coconut oil many companies prefer.
Hemp seeds are a great source of essential fatty acids, such as alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), which is an omega-3 fatty acid.. Since the body cannot produce essential fatty acids, it must absorb them from the diet. The ratio of omega-3s to omega-6s is also important.. Hemp seeds have about a 3:1 ratio of omega-6 to omega-3, which is considered in the optimal range. Also, hemp oil is low in saturated fats and contains no trans fat.
VOS CBD Oil doesn’t claim that their products will remedy, treat or mitigate any diseases or their particular symptoms. You should consult your medical professional before using CBD Oil or any other nutritional supplement. CBD Oil is not meant for people under the age of eighteen, or for pregnant/breastfeeding women.
Our processor is one of the first fully USDA certified hemp processing facilities on the west coast. Their Oregon facility is dedicated organic and all of their products are certified USDA Organic through OneCert, a premier international organic certifier.
CBD products are under-regulated so we have decided to partner with a CBD processor who has USDA Organic Certification.
USDA Organic certification for a hemp handling facility means far more than you may think.