Haleigh’s Hope founder Jason Cranford grew up in Georgia and became familiar with cannabis at a young age. When medical cannabis became legal, he moved to Colorado to become one of the nation’s first legal cannabis producers. Seeing the medical effects of CBD had a profound effect on Cranford, and he turned his attention to THC’s relative, CBD. From there he developed several award-winning strains. One of these strains was renamed after Haleigh Cox following a meeting with her and her mother. The CBD extract had such an impact that Georgia passed its first medical cannabis law called the “Haleigh’s Hope Act” in 2015. Haleigh’s Hope CBD reviews reveal this brand is certainly impressive.
Haleigh’s Hope CBD reviews for product range
This brand offers a focused range of CBD tinctures and a nasal spray. The full-spectrum organic and non-GMO oils are blended with either Safflower or MCT Coconut oil. The CBD is a proprietary strain that was developed over seven years to create a combination of clinically proven, therapeutic plant compounds. The company claims all of Haleigh’s Hope products are USDA Organic Certified from seed to sale. We would like to see a bigger range of products, such as capsules or topicals, given the oil is a unique blend that customers hold in such high regard. Related, you may also be interested in Charlotte’s Web.
Unlike other CBD oils available, Haleigh’s Hope CBD labels show the ratio of CBD to THC instead of showing the total amount of CBD content. In general, you’re going to get 20mg per dose. So depending on the size of the bottle, either 30mL or 60mL, you’re either getting 600mg or 1200mg of CBD per bottle. There is a 20:1 starter bottle available at $30 that is a great place to start if you’re new to the brand.
Haleigh’s Hope CBD reviews for flavor/taste
The oils have a hemp-like, earthy flavor but we didn’t find it too overpowering. In fact, we preferred the MCT Coconut Oil variety. However, they may have been because we’re more used to it compared to Safflower oil. Apparently, Safflower oil is used because it has a longer shelf-life than many other oils.
Source and extraction method
Haleigh’s Hope grows all its hemp on USDA Organic Certified farms in Colorado. We’re impressed they use regenerative farming practices. This includes covering crops and crop rotations to naturally regenerate the soil. Their extraction method only incorporates beverage-grade C02 in the machine. Once the product is finalized, Haleigh’s Hope does a full-panel lab test which includes tests for potency, pesticides, microbials, and heavy metals.