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37th Parallel

The connection between Kentucky CBD oil and Kentucky hemp seems obvious, but it’s actually quite rich. Yes, the limestone-filtered water plays a big role in why the hemp plant loves Kentucky. As a known bioaccumulator, hemp plants draw up all the nutrients in the soil in which it's grown. In Kentucky, that makes hemp rich in calcium and magnesium.  

But that’s not all. Kentucky also resides on the 37th parallel, which when traced to the other side of the world, crosses the Hindu Kush.  

The Hindu Kush is the mountain range between Pakistan and Afghanistan and is the region where all indica strains of cannabis originated. That means that the light cycles in Kentucky are the same as in the Hindu Kush.The Hindu Kush is a rugged, rocky mountainous region, but Kentucky is blessed with one of the greatest agricultural microclimates on Earth that is sustained by multi-generational family farms. It’s no wonder that the hemp plant loves Kentucky as much as it does.

World's Finest Water

It's the same reason Kentucky produces the best bourbon. What does Kentucky CBD oil have to do with Kentucky bourbon? It might not seem obvious, but the answer is very simple: the water. The primary geological feature of central Kentucky is the Bluegrass basin, which is actually the bed of a prehistoric ocean. All the living material in that ocean fell to the ocean floor and became the limestone bedrock of the Bluegrass basin. 

The limestone bedrock filters iron from the groundwater, and leaves it heavy with calcium and magnesium. This gives Kentucky water a “sweet” taste and doesn’t discolor our whiskey like iron-heavy water does. 

Nutrient Rich Soil

We raise the fastest horses on Earth, and the finest hemp. How does Kentucky CBD oil relate to Kentucky race horses? Just like bourbon, the reason that Kentucky produces the fastest horses on Earth is due, in part, to the limestone-filtered water. The calcium deposits in the limestone-filtered water make their way into the grass that these horses graze upon in the horse farms of the Bluegrass region.

This calcium from the water makes the horses’ bones stronger, according to one theory, which gives them an edge over other horses from other parts of the world.

Experienced Farmers

We've learned a thing or two over these last 200 years. Kentucky farmers being growing hemp in Danville, Kentucky in 1775. Since then, our state has lead the way in producing America's finest outdoor hemp, even when it wasn't legal. Today, Cornbread Hemp proudly provides the first ever USDA certified organic CBD oils from Kentucky-grown hemp, and our commitment to producing Kentucky's finest CBD oils has never been greater.

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Kentucky's First Hemp Plant

Planted in Clarks Run Creek near Danville, KY

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70 Men Arrested For Cultivation

Authorities called them the Cornbread Mafia

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Hemp Is Legal

Hemp business is finally legal again in Kentucky

“By 1943, Kentucky farmers were growing 52,000 acres of hemp — among the most of any state. After the war, Kentucky production remained steady, but halted in 1970 when President Nixon launched the so-called war on drugs by signing the Controlled Substances Act, making hemp illegal.”
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