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Full Spectrum Tincture Ingredients:
Grape Seed Oil, Hemp Seed Oil, Full Spectrum Hemp Extract

Now with North Carolina grown hemp and added cannabis-derived terpenes for an increased Entourage Effect! Carolina’s Hope specializes in quality third-party lab tested sublingual oils that are sourced from seed to sale within the United States. Each batch is ethanol extracted and quality assured through the entire formulation process to assure you are being brought the highest quality sublingual the market has to offer.

This product does not contain marijuana. Carolina’s Hope exclusively uses Department of Agriculture licensed, hemp-derived CBD that is lab certified with <0.3% THC.

INGREDIENTS

Natural Tincture Ingredients:
Grape Seed Oil, Hemp Seed Oil, Broad Spectrum Hemp Extract Peppermint Tincture Ingredients:
Grape Seed Oil, Hemp Seed Oil, Broad Spectrum Hemp Extract, Stevia-based Peppermint Oil

Carolina’s Hope specializes in quality third-party lab tested sublingual oils that are sourced from seed to sale within the United States. Each batch is CO2 extracted and quality assured through the entire formulation process to assure you are being brought the highest quality sublingual the market has to offer.

This product does not contain marijuana or THC. Carolina’s Hope exclusively uses legal, organic hemp-derived CBD.

INGREDIENTS

*As of May 2021, the Carolina’s Hope Original 250mg formulas have been discontinued by the supplier. We apologize for the inconvenience.

Veterans also have the power of numbers in many of these states, Hobson said. “That’s what gives them clout.”

“Once I saw the power my story had,” he said, “the goal became: How do I expedite this process for others?”

He recalled one former colonel serving in the Louisiana House telling him: “They’re not going to say no to a veteran because of the crisis you’re all in. As someone who is put together well and can tell the story of marijuana’s efficacy, you have a powerful platform.”

“I’ve lost more men to suicide since we went to Afghanistan in ’01 than I have in combat,” said Roth, who said he doesn’t use cannabis himself but wants others to have the option. “It’s just unacceptable for these guys to go overseas and win the battle and come home and lose the battle to themselves.”

To be sure, not every veteran supports these efforts, and the developments in red states have been influenced by other factors: advocacy from cancer patients and parents whose children have epilepsy, lawmakers who see this as a states’ rights issue, a search for alternative pain relief amid the opioid epidemic and a push from industries seeking economic gains.