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December 15, 2021 By admin Off

Statement: If you take a closer look at our label, we do not actually mention CBD anywhere. CannaBrew Drinks focuses on ALL of the phytonutrients in hemp, not just the CBD, which is why we label the mg of hemp extract, not Cannabidiol content.

CBD Therapeutics of Wisconsin Strawberry hard candy*

Below are the results from our test:

Sprig Melon zero sugar – 22.9mg of CBD.

We pride ourselves on our diligent, procedural quality control. Everything that leaves our facility is tested both internally and externally by a 3rd party. We would invite you to come see our facility if you would like to see our process first hand.

Statement: We work very hard to ensure that our products contain what they claim to. We were the first company registered for CBD production in the state of Oklahoma and we work very closely with the state to ensure our products quality.

Almost all of the samples that fall below the stated mg on the label are due to mixing issues at the time of production. As the product becomes more viscous this issue is exacerbated but we extend mixing times in an attempt to account for this. In some cases that doesn’t solve the issue entirely.

CBD Therapeutics of Wisconsin CBD Hemp Oil*

Posted amount of CBD: 20mg.

Detectable amount of THC: none.

Detectable amount of CBD: 11.41mg.

Detectable amount of CBD: 1.94mg per treat.

Detectable amount of CBD: 437.217 mg.

The I-Team purchased a number of products from across the area, and some were spot on with their labels. But others we tested missed the mark, coming in both higher and lower levels than labeled.

Rachael Cartwright, the owner of Landwright’s Botanical Healing Center in Oak Creek says Wisconsin should regulate CBD sales, so people know what’s actually in the products they buy.

Statement: Holistic Hound has been manufacturing and selling CBD supplements for dogs and cats since 2016. We pride ourselves on transparency, honesty and integrity in all aspects of our business – the creation of the product, relationships with our vendors and customers, and providing third party test results on each batch of our products. As a member of the NASC, we abide by their stringent quality control processes and testing standards. When we were contacted about a batch of our 3 mg chicken bites manufactured in Oct. 2018 testing out at 1.9 mg per bite vs. the 3 mg claimed, we were responsive and immediately provided a copy of our Steep Hill test results of that same batch reflecting the 3 mg per bite claimed on our packaging. Steep Hill is a top international accredited lab specializing in cannabis/hemp testing since 2008.

Detectable amount of THC: none.

Detectable amount of CBD: 1.79mg.

Detectable amount of THC: none.

Detectable amount of THC: none.

Canna Brew Drinks Premium Columbian Cold Brew Coffee With 25mg Beyond Full Spectrum Hemp Extract.

Holistic Hound Hemp and Mushroom Bites dog treats.

Statement: The CBD Oil Mint Chocolate Chip cookie sold at Outpost is made scratch from a recipe that yields a raw cookie containing approximately 10 – 12 mg of CBD oil. The baking process alters the level of CBD oil. That is why we clearly state on the cookie label, “Made with 10-12 mg of CBD oil. Actual levels of CBD oil will be lower after baking.”

Products marked with an asterisk are produced by the company interviewed as part of this report.

Detectable amount of THC: none.

The attached Certificates of Analysis were conducted in a lab in San Diego, CA on July 9th and specifically focused on the total cannabinoids per unit. The results exceed the 20mg advertised on the can.

Statement: Seeing as in the results came back as expected, I don’t have much to say about our products results. The label reads less than 0.3% because this is the legal limit of THC in all CBD products, and so all of our products have less than 0.3%. The fact that the product has more than the advertised 500 mg of CBD is also good and expected. In fact, we have recently updated our labels to read “500+ mg CBD”. This is intentional to ensure customers are receiving the minimum CBD amount that they are paying for.

The I-Team took a dozen products to a local lab to test for CBD and THC potency levels.

Posted amount of CBD: 500mg.

“I don’t think we need to go to the full go back to saying you need to have a prescription, but just making sure that there’s licenses and making sure that there’s people professionally following through and making sure that the CBD that they say is in the product is there,” Larson said.

The church announced in January that it was combining what had been Handbook 1 and Handbook 2 into a single, streamlined, universally accessible, flexible, online General Handbook with 38 chapters.

An updated section says that the church’s position on healing is that it should be sought through a combination of professional medical help, exercising faith and receiving priesthood blessings from those holding the necessary priesthood office.

The church also updated the section on burial and cremation, noting that “the church does not encourage cremation” but the update notes that some countries require it. Burial also can be impractical or unaffordable for some families.

Work on the remaining 16 chapters will be completed in 2021.

“The church calls on all people to abandon attitudes and actions of prejudice toward any group or individual. Members of the church should lead out in promoting respect for all of God’s children. Members follow the Savior’s commandment to love others (see Matthew 22:35–39). They strive to be persons of goodwill toward all, rejecting prejudice of any kind. This includes prejudice based on race, ethnicity, nationality, tribe, gender, age, disability, socioeconomic status, religious belief or nonbelief, and sexual orientation.”

New church handbook is online and available to all. Here are some of the changes.

The first update with nine reworked chapters was released in February. Those chapters reflected the church’s recent emphasis on ministering and home-centered gospel living and teaching. It also defined transgender policies for the first time and changed the name of disciplinary councils to membership councils and updated their procedures.

In an era of misinformation, church leaders added a new section to the handbook about reliable information. Here is the full text:

“Members should be reassured that the power of the Resurrection always applies,” the handbook says.

Church leaders added a medical marijuana section to the handbook for the first time in an update published in July. Friday’s update added new clarifications.

Friday was the fourth time an update was released this year.

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints’ Church Administration Building is pictured in Salt Lake City on Wednesday, Feb. 19, 2020. Updates to the church’s General Handbook were released online Friday. Steve Griffin, Deseret News.

Updates also show that vaping medical marijuana is now permitted when authorized as a medical necessity, according to a broad update to the book of policies and instructions published online Friday by the church, which is headquartered in Salt Lake City.

The church continues to oppose recreational use of marijuana.

The handbook section on the Word of Wisdom has been renamed “Word of Wisdom and Healthy Practices.” It now notes that in addition to abstaining from tobacco, alcohol, tea and coffee, church members should note that “there are other harmful substances and practices that are not specified in the Word of Wisdom or by church leaders. Members should use wisdom and prayerful judgment in making choices to promote their physical, spiritual, and emotional health.”

“The church does not approve of vaping marijuana unless the medical provider has authorized it based on medical necessity,” the handbook says. It also states that church members should follow “dosage and mode of administration from the physician or other authorized medical provider.”

Burial or cremation.

In today’s world, information is easy to access and share. This can be a great blessing for those seeking to be educated and informed. However, many sources of information are unreliable and do not edify. Some sources seek to promote anger, contention, fear or baseless conspiracy theories (see 3 Nephi 11:30; Mosiah 2:32). Therefore, it is important that church members be wise as they seek truth. Seek out and share only credible, reliable and factual sources of information. Avoid sources that are speculative or founded on rumor. The guidance of the Holy Ghost, along with careful study, can help members discern between truth and error (see Doctrine and Covenants 11:12; 45:57). In matters of doctrine and church policy, the authoritative sources are the scriptures, the teachings of the living prophets and the General Handbook.

President Dallin H. Oaks, first counselor in the First Presidency, said during October’s conference that church members should “root out racism.” A few weeks later, he encouraged BYU students to “heed our prophet’s call” to end racism.

“Church members are discouraged from seeking miraculous or supernatural healing from an individual or group that claims to have special methods for accessing healing power outside of prayer and properly performed priesthood blessings,” the update says. “These practices are often referred to as ‘energy healing.’ Other names are also used. Such promises for healing are often given in exchange for money.”

During the church’s October general conference, President Russell M. Nelson said, “I grieve that our Black brothers and sisters the world over are enduring the pains of racism and prejudice. Today, I call upon our members everywhere to lead out in abandoning attitudes and actions of prejudice. I plead with you to promote respect for all of God’s children.”

Here’s a brief summary of the biggest changes:

Similar language was adopted in a new section added to the handbook Friday.

Recent statements against prejudice by its two most senior leaders are now codified in the General Handbook of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the church announced Friday.

Word of Wisdom.

The update also includes a new section counseling church members to seek information from credible, reliable sources. Another section warns against a practice called “energy healing.”

Go behind the scenes on what’s happening with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and its members.