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YES, and it's not an easy task. A farm has to have farmed organically for 10 years. "Organic Farming" is not the same as "USDA Certified Organic" Farming. Here are the steps Of USDA Organic Certification:
Step 1: The Farmer
Long before the application process, the farmer must make sure their products will meet the United States Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) regulations around the type of product to be certified. Crops, for example, cannot be grown from GMO seeds and there must be documented proof that chemicals have not been used on the soil where the corps will be grown for at least three years prior to the application for certification.
Step 2: The Application
Once the farmer has transitioned into complete organic processes as outlined by the USDA, they need to complete and file the correct application with supporting documentation and any required fees to their USDA organic certification agent.
Step 3: The Inspection
After the certifying agent has verified that the applicant has followed the correct procedures for certification, the farm, building, and other related areas must undergo an inspection to ensure complete compliance for organic certification. The inspector will manually view the area, products used and procedures in place to make sure everything is correct.
Step 4: The Review
The inspector then takes their review to the certifying agent, who once again reviews all the information to ensure the farmer and their products meet the requirements. Not only this, but they also must decide the type of label the product will be allowed to carry.
Step 5: Certification and Annual Renewal
When the certifying agent has concluded that the product meets the USDA organic requirements, certification is issued and the business may now proudly display the USDA Certified Organic label.
The work doesn’t end there, however. Farmers and producers must maintain all the requirements throughout their operation. To ensure this compliance, certification renewal is required annually.
Hard work, dedication, and mindful farming practices without the use of chemicals, produce outstanding nutritional organic foods.
The endocannabinoid system (ECS) is a receptor system found throughout the body and is involved in regulating many of our critical biological processes. These systems and processes have a direct effect on sleep, memory, mood, metabolism, inflammation, and many other vital aspects of our health.
There are two different cannabinoid receptors in our bodies: CB1 and CB2 Receptors.
CB1 receptors are primarily located in the central nervous system. This includes brain, nerve cells, lungs, heart, spinal cord and reproductive organs. CB1 receptors play a role in the regulation of mood, pain, sleep, and motor skills.
CB2 receptors are primarily found in the immune and lymphatic Systems, which regulate inflammation, digestion, heart and stomach function.
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