Why You Should Tour Colorado's Hemp Farms This Summer



Photography By Matteo Paganelli

You have probably been to Colorado before, but that was probably in the days before there were thousands of acres of hemp plants growing in literally every part of the state. It has only been a recent development where the federal government approved the sale of CBD oil for OTC distribution and since then, hemp has become a booming industry. This year, why not take your vacation in Colorado to experience this new phenomenon while it is still relatively in its infant stages? There are other interesting things to do in the state as well, but chances are you’ve been there and done that. Here are some of the reasons why you should tour Colorado’s hemp farms this summer.

A Firsthand Look at What the Buzz Is All About

As mentioned, the number of hemp farms are growing by the day. If you are interested in getting a firsthand look at how it is grown and processed, it would be worth your while to get a good look up close and personal. You could always contact wholesale distributors like Cope CBD to see which of their farms you could visit. Maybe they even offer guided tours. It would be interesting to learn how to go into business as a distributor of CBD products yourself. From edibles to cosmetics, if you can buy CBD oil online at wholesale prices, you can enter the market guaranteed to make a tidy profit. Anyone with an entrepreneurial spirt should not miss this opportunity.

A Better Understanding of What CBDs Are and What They Aren’t

No one can give you better information than the growers themselves. There is so much misinformation circulating that it can be quite difficult separating fact from fiction. You’ve probably heard that CBDs are not psychoactive, but did you know that there are also varying amounts of THC from one product to the next? Only those plants that test out at 0.3% or less can be sold legally in all 50 states and any cannabis product that contains a higher concentration of THC can only be marketed in states where it is legal for medicinal and/or recreational uses.

Compare and Contrast Pot Farms from Hemp Farms

Since there are a number of commercial marijuana farms in Colorado, one of the benefits of taking your vacation there is to get a better understanding of the differences between pot and hemp. Many people want to know if they smell the same, look the same and are similar in growth. The only way to really understand the differences is to see for yourself. Even if you aren’t someone who would ever try marijuana, it benefits you to know there are real differences. The only way to be assured is to see for yourself how they are similar and how they are different.

Although a great number of tourists arrive in Colorado for skiing in the winter months, why not take your vacation in the summer this year? You can go skiing anywhere it snows, but there are few places like Colorado where you’ll find so many commercial organic hemp farms. Someday it will be everywhere, but for now, your chances of seeing real hemp farms are limited. Do something different this year. Visit the hemp farms in Colorado.