With the issue of WestVirginiaVille.com, we welcome Video Production Support by WVPure, in the launch of the world premiere of our original music video, “Be the Change,” a new song by Ron Sowell and Jon Wikstrom.
WVPure is premium expeller, cold pressed, extra strength CBD Hemp Oil, made from hemp organically grown, deep in the Greenbrier Valley of West Virginia.
John Farrell grows the hemp that produces his exceptional oil on family land along the Greenbrier River at his Big Bend Farm in Hinton WV. “We grew it all organically in my great-grandfather’s field that hadn’t been plowed in 100 years.”
The raw oil made from this hemp is exceptionally pure and potent with a potency of 2040 mg of CBDA per bottle, says Farrell. “It’s processed without chemicals or preservatives, with the pure potency of the whole hemp plant intact,” he said.
As a result, it is extremely rich in CBDA “along with a range of terpenes, enzymes, amino acids, vitamins and minerals, available only in a raw cold-pressed oil.”
The mission of WVPure is “to provide the highest quality, high-potency, legal herbal medicine” in small, limited edition batches without chemicals or preservatives, said Farrell. “We grow in our heritage farmland soil which is rich in organic nutrients and produces powerful plants. Our raw oil is double the average potency of other national brands.”
The farm’s hemp crops are hand-harvested and carefully dried “as the finest herbs should be,” he says
What is the difference between CBD and CBDA?
“You may not have heard of CBDA,” Farrell explains. “If you were to examine the hemp plant, you likely would not find very much actual CBD at all. Instead, you would find CBDA, which is CBD’s acidic precursor. What we all know as CBD is formed later in the process by heating CBDA and causing decarboxylation. CBDA has been found to be more effective at much lower doses than typical CBD, as it is more bio-available. It does not cause a psychoactive effect, but it does bind to receptors necessary for producing powerful anti-convulsant, anti-nausea, and anti-inflammatory effects.”