Quality and effectiveness? We’re the brand you can trust!
BY STEVE BORN
Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past year or so, you’ve most likely been inundated with ads for CBD on a near-daily basis. Companies you’ve never heard of have been flooding your email inboxes (and snail mail boxes as well) with not only claims of “we’re the best product around,” but also lots of wildly imaginative claims. You name it, CBD can take care of it or fix it, according to a slew of these companies.
Not so fast. First of all, let’s get a better understanding of what CBD products contain. CBD is short for cannabidiol (pronounced can-uh-bih-DIE-all), which is the primary cannabinoid of over 100 cannabinoids found in the hemp plant (that’s why products are simply referred to as “CBD”). CBD and the other cannabinoids have been successfully used for improving sleep quality, reducing aches and soreness, helping improve immune system function, and more.
In addition to cannabinoids, terpenes are also found in hemp—and thus CBD products. These are organic compounds found in many plants, contributing to the color, scent, and flavor of the plant. Terpenes have a number of health-benefiting properties. And it is believed that the terpenes found in hemp work synergistically with the various cannabinoids found in the plant, thus enhancing the overall health benefits, while also supplying specific benefits of their own.
This all sounds good, right? And it is! What’s not good is the glut of CBD products on the market produced by questionable manufacturers. Also, these manufacturers don’t provide lab reports to indicate the purity and THC-free status of the products. These same companies are often the ones making wildly aggressive medical claims for their products. It’s no wonder people are confused and frustrated, not to mention hesitant to give CBD a try. Well, we’re going to end your concerns right here and now.
At Hammer Nutrition, we studied the benefits of CBD a long, long time before it became permissible to produce and legal to sell in most states in the country. We knew what we were talking about long before the first softgel was ever inserted into a dark amber bottle. Most of all, we knew that IF (big “if”) we were going to sell any kind of CBD product, one that would have the Hammer Nutrition name on the label, it would have to meet the stringent standards we have regarding quality and purity. And it was only after we found the best—not good, the best—manufacturing facility in the country that we felt comfortable putting the “you can trust our products completely” Hammer Nutrition label on them.
Bottom Line: Hammer Nutrition is now in its 33rd year of business, and we wouldn’t have lasted anywhere near this long if our products weren’t of the highest quality, efficacy, and purity. That, of course, includes our line of CBD products. Hammer Nutrition’s CBD offerings—softgels, tincture, water-soluble hydro, and topical balm—are produced from organically grown, non-GMO, USA-raised hemp. Our CBD products are a broad-spectrum formula, meaning that all the beneficial cannabinoids and terpenes are present. But there is no THC whatsoever. Certificates of Analysis (COA’s) for each and every CBD product we sell are readily available on the Hammer Nutrition website. These COA’s clearly indicate what’s in the product and what’s not, assuring you that you’re supplying your body with the best quality CBD available. And you won’t have to worry about failing a drug test for THC.
So if you’ve been reluctant to give CBD a try, you can be confident that Hammer Nutrition’s lineup of CBD products will give you the quality and effectiveness you’re looking for, without the wild, nonsensical claims, and without any (and we do mean “any”) unwanted THC. In addition to the wealth of information on the Hammer Nutrition website, our knowledgeable client support staff is ready to answer any questions you may have.
Now, in the year 2020, YOU can enjoy the multiple benefits that a premium-quality CBD product—from a hugely reputable company—can provide. So go online or give us a call at 800-336-1977. We’re ready to help!