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Recipe: CBD-infused Guacamole

Happy Cinco de Mayo! Infused with Harbor Hemp’s Water Soluble CBD Drops, this twist on guacamole is a tasty way to get your daily dose of CBD.

Formulated with 99% pure CBD isolate, our Water Soluble CBD Drops mix easily with any food or beverage. And each dropper contains 25mg of CBD per serving.

How to make a CBD-infused Guacamole

Ingredients:

  • 3 tablespoons chopped onion
  • 2 cloves of garlic finely chopped
  • ½ teaspoon minced Jalapeño, if desired
  • 1 ½ teaspoons finely chopped cilantro leaves
  • ½ teaspoon sea salt, or more, to taste
  • ½ teaspoon lime juice
  • 1 Dropper (25mg) Harbor Hemp Water Soluble CBD Drops
  • 1 small heirloom tomato
  • 1 ripe Hass avocado

Directions:

Gently mix together and serve with tortilla chips or raw veggies.

Need help infusing your recipes with CBD?

Our CBD specialists are here to help! Just drop us a line. We’ll be glad to help you figure out how much CBD you need to add to your favorite recipes.

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Newsweek Names Harbor Hemp a Top CBD Gift

A big thank you to Newsweek for including Harbor Hemp in their recent roundup of Soothing CBD Gifts for an Anxious Time.

According to the article by leading lifestyle expert, Trae Bodge, “The right CBD product could help you or a loved one face these high-stress times more calmly, and a CBD skincare product could help soothe stress-related skin issues.”

Newsweek tested over 100 CBD products, and we’re thrilled to have Harbor Hemp’s newest product, the CBD Essentials Gift Set, featured as a “…timely treat for yourself or someone from whom you are social distancing.”

Recipe: The Classic Arnold Palmer with a CBD-Infused Twist

While the Arnold Palmer Invitational is taking place in Florida this week and the days become longer and warmer here in New England, it only seems appropriate to share our recipe for The King’s favorite refresher, the Classic Arnold Palmer. 🍋⁠

Infused with Harbor Hemp’s Water Soluble CBD Drops, this twist on a classic is a refreshing and fun way to get your daily dose of CBD.

Formulated with 99% pure CBD isolate, our Water Soluble CBD Drops mix easily with any food or beverage. And each dropper contains 25mg of CBD per serving.

Mix up a few glasses of these tasty, CBD-infused Arnold Palmers, relax and enjoy every sip!

How to make a CBD-infused Arnold Palmer

Ingredients:

Directions:

  • Fill highball glass with ice cubes⁠
  • Fill glass 3/4 with unsweetened black tea⁠
  • Top off with fresh squeezed lemonade⁠
  • Add 1mL dropper (25mg) Harbor Hemp Water Soluble CBD ⁠
  • Stir and garnish with a lemon wheel⁠

Need help infusing your recipes with CBD?

Our CBD specialists are here to help! Just drop us a line. We’ll be glad to help you figure out how much CBD you need to add to your favorite recipes.

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Where can I buy CBD oil? The 3 best options to buy quality CBD products

Curious about trying CBD? You’re not alone. With the passing of the 2018 Farm Bill, the hemp-derived CBD industry has become a booming industry. And experts at the Brightfield Group, a leading market research firm, are calling CBD “the next healthcare phenomenon” and predicting that the hemp-derived CBD market will reach $22 billion by 2020.

But what exactly is hemp-derived CBD and where are the safest places to buy it? 

What is CBD?

CBD, or Cannabidiol, is one of over a hundred naturally-occurring cannabinoids found in industrial help plants. Unlike THC which can cause users to “get high,” CBD is non-intoxicating. And it is believed that CBD interacts with receptors in your body’s endocannabinoid system to help promote general health and wellness.

Is it legal to buy CBD?

Yes. CBD derived from industrial hemp is federally legal. However, it’s a good idea to check your local and state laws for specifics.

3 best places to buy high-quality CBD

With the boom of CBD, it seems you can find CBD being sold everywhere, from health food stores to spas and even gas stations. You can even shop for CBD online from the comfort of your own home. But where are the safest places to buy CBD?

Speciality Stores

If you want to shop local for your CBD, your best bet is to check out the “mom and pop” stores in your area. From natural grocers to yoga studios, golf pro shops and smoke shops (aka head shops), many speciality retailers are now carrying CBD. As an added bonus, particularly for first time CBD  users, brick and mortar stores often have trained staff that can help you pick out the best CBD products for your personal needs and may even have some CBD samples for you to try before you buy.

Dispensaries

If you live in a state where medicinal marijuana is legalized, you may be able to purchase CBD at a dispensary. Dispensaries are regulated by the government and typically sell CBD derived from the marijuana strain of the cannabis plant rather than the federally-legal hemp-derived CBD. Keep in mind, this type of CBD often has higher levels of THC and you may need a prescription to purchase it.

Online

Shopping online is one of the most convenient ways to purchase many kinds of CBD products, including tinctures, topicals and edibles. Companies like Harbor Hemp, and other reputable CBD brands, generally sell their full line of products online and will ship directly to your house.

Be sure to look for brands that have their third-party lab results and product ingredients easily accessible on their site, along with an easy way to contact customer service with any questions. Also, be sure to watch out for brands that market their products as “hemp oil” or “hemp seed oil” with no mention of CBD or Cannabidiol on their labeling or ingredients list. These products often contain little to no CBD.

Shopping Online with Harbor Hemp Company

Whether you’re looking for Full Spectrum or Zero THC products, Harbor Hemp Company is a family-run wellness company that offers a variety of small batch, New England-made CBD products.

When you purchase your CBD directly from Harbor Hemp Company, or from one of our trusted retailers, you know that you’re buying tinctures, topicals and pet products that are made with US-grown, non-GMO and pesticide-free hemp-derived CBD in a cGMP certified, licensed hemp manufacturing facility.

And you can check the potency and purity of all Harbor Hemp products by viewing the batch test results in our Lab Results database, on every product page or even by scanning the QR code on our product labels.

Still have questions about where to buy CBD?

Our team of CBD specialists is always here to answer your questions about Harbor Hemp CBD products or CBD. Just drop us a line.

A guide to buying CBD in Connecticut

CBD oil, CBD topicals and other CBD products have become popular in Connecticut in recent years. In this article, we’ll take a closer look at Connecticut’s hemp regulations and where you can buy CBD in Connecticut.

Is CBD legal in Connecticut?*

Since 2015, with the passing of House Bill No. 5780, CBD products have been available for purchase in the state of Connecticut. According to the bill, Connecticut does not classify hemp-derived CBD as a controlled substance as long as the hemp doesn’t contain more than 0.3% THC. 

And in 2017, the passing of Senate Bill No. 603 opened up even more doors for the hemp industry in Connecticut, allowing for CBD products made from hemp to be manufactured in the state. It also helped  kick off the state’s pilot hemp growing program. 

Is hemp legal to grow in Connecticut?

Yes. It is legal to grow hemp in Connecticut. However, if you’re interested in growing hemp in Connecticut, you’ll need to apply for a grower’s license from Connecticut’s Department of Agriculture before getting started. 

Is marijuana legal in Connecticut?

Medical marijuana is legal in the state of Connecticut, but only those who are licensed by the state’s medical marijana program are legally allowed to produce, manufacture or sell products that have more than 0.3% THC. Products containing marijuana-derived CBD generally have a THC concentration over 0.3% and in Connecticut, you’ll need a prescription to purchase these products from a licensed medical marijuana dispensary.

Where to buy CBD oil in Connecticut

In Connecticut, CBD oils, CBD topicals, CBD capsules and CBD pet products have been available for purchase since 2015. You can find CBD for sale at a wide variety locations across the state, including health and wellness shops; smoke shops; yoga studios and gyms; specialty and gift shops; gas stations and golf pro shops. Or, you can order online and have your CBD shipped conveniently to your house. 

If you’re not sure where to buy CBD, check out our round up of the top 3 places to buy CBD. 

Where to buy Harbor Hemp CBD products in Connecticut

If you’re looking to buy Harbor Hemp Company CBD products, you can use our store locator to find a location near you, visit our website to order online or catch us at an event. 

Still have questions about where to buy CBD in Connecticut?

Our team of CBD specialists is always here to help. Just drop us a line

*This guide may not be up-to-date on current legislation. Always check the laws and regulations where you live before buying or using CBD. 

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