Elite Botanicals Hemp Tested by Colorado Department of Agriculture
Samples of Colorado-Grown Organic Hemp Confirmed by CDA to be Compliant
Loveland, Colo., Oct. 20, 2015 – Elite Botanicals, the leading cultivator of hemp in Colorado, today announced that the hemp grown at its Loveland farm has been tested by the Colorado Department of Agriculture and found to be in compliance with the Colorado Industrial Hemp Regulatory Program Act.
“We’re proud to cultivate some of the finest, hemp plants available anywhere,” said David Bonvillain, founder, Elite Botanicals. “We invest significant energy into ensuring that all of the plants we grow are fully compliant with all state laws and regulations, so it is satisfying to receive this ‘stamp of approval’ from the Department of Agriculture.”
Elite Botanicals is a family-run organic hemp farm that produces plants in full compliance with Colorado Department of Agriculture, the 2014 Farm Bill, the pending 2016 Agriculture Appropriations Bill and Industrial Hemp Farming Act of 2015.
The extract from Elite hemp plants is used exclusively to manufacture Mary’s Nutritionals products – including transdermal patches, gels, tinctures, capsules, and compounds.