CBD Flower USA Obtains Official Nevada Handler License to Sell Hemp Flower Buds

CBDFlower USA is a family-owned and operated hemp and CBD product distributor located in Las Vegas, Nevada. The company is a licensed handler and distributor.

Las Vegas, United States - January 12, 2019 /NewsNetwork/ —

Las Vegas, NV — CBD Flower USA has obtained their Nevada handler’s license, allowing the company to legally handle cannabis. This is different from a grower’s license, which does not allow the flowers to be trimmed to a certain weight. With this certification, the company is able to sell far more precise amounts of hemp flower.

CBD Flower USA, which can be found at cbdflowerusa.com, is a hemp product distributor based in Las Vegas, NV. The company is both family-owned and operated. They are industry leaders in compliance, providing hemp flower products backed by both a grower’s and handler’s licensed.

CBD is a chemical compound in a cannabis plant that is non-psychoactive but has been linked to a variety of health benefits. There are two types of plants CBD can come from. The first is hemp, which has less than 0.3 percent THC present. The second is marijuana, which contains much more THC. THC is the psychoactive chemical in cannabis that produces the “high” that most people are familiar with. To meet legal THC levels, the majority of CBD products are derived from hemp plants. CBD Flower USA is one of many hemp dispensaries that utilize CBD. However, they’re the only known distributor that also has obtained their handler’s license in Nevada.

The company prides themselves on their packing methods, certified lab testing, and work with the NV Department of Agriculture. Those looking to buy CBD flower feel more comfortable knowing their products are packed in a commercial kitchen. The company seeks to show that they prioritize sanitation, health department standards compliance, and use of commercial grade equipment.

They also work to ensure their products pass the tests regarding moisture content, foreign matter inspections, heavy metal screenings, potency analysis, terpene analysis, and pesticide residue analysis. They also boast their work with certified but non-disclosed growers and handlers from the NV Department of Agriculture.

While the company has a lot going for them, it’s their recently obtained handler’s license that sets them apart from the other distributors. This license makes them the only known cannabis distributor who can legally trim their flowers. Other companies have their grower’s licenses but are not allowed to trim a flower to ensure it falls under a certain weight. All of the hemp products on the website are certified through a qualified licensing program.

CBD Flower USA strives to not only meet all requirements set out for the company but exceed them. They appear to truly value the safety and trust of those who buy CBD flower, even implementing extra tests to ensure quality.

Contact Info:
Name: Gabriel Swope
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Organization: CBD Flower USA
Address: 3111 S. Valley View Blvd, Unit A-119, Las Vegas, NV 89102, United States
Phone: +1-831-346-5534
Website: https://www.cbdflowerusa.com/

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 469141

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