It’s not every day that a consumer product is validated the way our hemp oil was recently.
In May of 2014, a Colorado man submitted a sample of RSHO to an environmental testing laboratory in Colorado, Stewart Environmental Consultants.
Unfortunately, Stewart Environmental released a non-finalized, preliminary report that contained inaccuracies, which was then posted online.
The following statement and video from a Stewart Environmental representative was created to clear up any misconceptions about the quality of our hemp oil. The results of the testing proved there were no heavy metals in the sample, and provided yet another example of the quality and safety of our hemp oil.
The safety and quality of our product, as well as our customers’ confidence, is extremely important to us. For this reason, we’ve worked with Stewart Environmental to get the truth out.
Our RSHO oil is tested at its origin in the EU, and is inspected upon arrival in the US (Customs, FDA etc. would never let in a hemp oil product if it were contaminated with microbial life, mold or any other contaminants).
Our RSHO oil passes all required parameters for open importation, we quarantine the oil as a double-failsafe and send it out for more testing to cannabis labs and to a food safety lab for extra verification (we use an ISO/IEC 17025:2005 accredited food safety laboratory). Only if these independent tests verify the safety and accuracy of our supplier’s tests and US-based inspectors’ tests will we consider beginning the manufacturing and packaging processes.
These extra layers of verification of quality and accuracy are almost unheard of in the natural product world, which is well known for retailing mislabeled products.
Click the image below to see the full statement from David R. Stewart