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Why Green Ridge?

Green Ridge products are made from hemp plants grown on our farms. Cannabidiol (CBD), a constituent that naturally occurs in hemp, is just one of over 85 cannabinoids that is identified in the cannabis plant. We extract and make our product in our own facility. From seed to shelf, we pride ourselves on making the best possible product. 

Green Ridge Biosolutions, through our farm partnerships, grows hemp with less than 0.3% total THC. That hemp is extracted in our facility then blended with the finest ingredients to formulate our products. 

Saftey, Traceability, and Transparence are incorporated into every stage of the product lifecycle.

The Green Ridge Difference

What differentiates your extraction process from most of the competition?

Our proprietary extraction process utilizes super-chilled food-grade grain alcohol. Being food-grade and generally recognized as safe by the FDA, this is a safer method for extraction. Our process extracts the cannabinoids but leaves behind the lipids, waxes, and chlorophyll; unlike ethanol extraction and CO2 extraction. This means less processing post-extraction and no introduction of unsafe products like hexane.

Why do you use a third-party lab to test your products?

The goal behind Green Ridge using independent third-party lab testing is to have a neutral, unbiased source examine the content and quality of our products. This is extremely important in today’s market, as the non-regulated CBD industry has essentially allowed companies to slap impressive-looking labels on their products, and then turn around and market and sell them however they please. (In case you were unaware, the CBD industry is NOT currently regulated by the FDA). 

Why are your products cheaper than your competition?

Because we farm and partner with local farmers our input cost and shipping costs are reduced. (Shipping from China isn’t cheap.) We extract the full-spectrum oil, manufacture and bottle all our products ourselves further reducing our costs. The vertical integration allows us to maintain exceptional quality controls over our final product while allowing us to reduce our cost of goods sold. We are therefore able to pass these savings on to our customers.