CBD Factors LLC
Specializing in the identification, procurement and processing of industrial grade hemp into the highest quality CBD isolate possible
The Hemp-Derived CBD Market is Exploding
Mainstream acceptance of Cannabidiol (CBD) as an alternative health & wellness solution has rapidly followed legalization of industrial hemp, via the U.S. Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018, which was signed into law in December 2018. The bill not only legalized industrial hemp, it also legalized interstate commerce for hemp & hemp-derived cannabidiol. It is now legal for American farmers to cultivate hemp as a commercial crop on domestic soil. Hemp-derived CBD is on the opposite end of the spectrum from marijuana as it contains less than 0.3% THC, which is the psychoactive element found in marijuana. The CBD market is exploding with products in the form of tinctures, topicals, and nutraceutical products offering health benefits for anxiety, depression, chronic pain, inflammation, nausea, and seizures. As more consumers learn about the medicinal and wellness benefits of CBD oils, hemp crops and extraction facilities are expected to continue to expand across the nation.
Because of federal laws prohibiting the cultivation of hemp and processing of products from hemp for over 80 years, it is going to take some time for the industry to ramp up the cultivation and extraction facilities to meet the demand. Given the increase in consumer demand, via distribution channels such as big box stores, digital marketplaces, and product distributors, along with established major product manufacturers (think Johnson & Johnson and the like) expecting to incorporate CBD into their product lines, a mass shortage of CBD is inevitable. This scarcity of supply to meet rising demand is expected to take at least two years to approach an equilibrium.
CBD Factors LLC Offering Solutions
Enter CBD Factors LLC, specializing in the identification, procurement and processing of industrial grade hemp into the highest quality CBD isolate possible. CBD Factors is uniquely positioned to bring hemp farmers, extraction facilities, and product manufacturers together to streamline solutions to this pending shortage of industrial hemp biomass, distillates, and isolates.
Our mission is three-fold
Potential Windfall Profits
Since this federal legalization, the hemp-derived CBD market has the potential to grow to $22 billion by 2022, according to the Chicago-based Brightfield Group. The companies involved in hemp that are well managed, well capitalized and have the technical knowledge and discipline to run a successful business are expected to reap the windfall profit opportunities that are now being generated in the hemp and CBD products industry.