DENVER (BUSINESS WIRE) — Functional Remedies, the only award-winning, vertically-integrated manufacturer of whole-plant hemp oil products, announced their Chief Science Officer, Tim Gordon, will be speaking at the sixth annual NoCo Hemp Expo 2019. Tim will educate the audience on the future of hemp and CBD around the world and developing trends in the space.
Tim is an international hemp expert with more than 25 years in the industry and speaking engagements across the globe. In addition to his role at Functional Remedies, he serves as the President of the Colorado Hemp Association, an advisor for the National Hemp Association and frequently consults with local, state and federal government entities on hemp legislation.
“The future of hemp and CBD will disrupt commercial, consumer, industrial and agricultural industries in a way the world has never seen,” said Tim Gordon, CSO, Functional Remedies. “I’m thrilled to present at the NoCo Hemp Expo and continue to educate on the plant’s many benefits for health and wellness and better quality of life.”
The presentation will take place Friday, March 29th in Denver Colorado. More information on the expo available here.
About Functional Remedies
Functional Remedies produces the only hand-pressed, lipid-infused hemp oil, derived from the most nutrient-dense hemp plants, and formulated using a proprietary, whole-plant, lipid infusion process. This results in highly efficacious products that deliver the greatest possible entourage effect and are far superior to CBD isolate and concentrate products made with CO2 and chemical extraction processes. Functional Remedies is unique among hemp oil producers as it is the only vertically-integrated company with complete control from farm to cultivation to finished goods. Functional Remedies uses the most respected independent labs to test and verify their ingredient specifications and phytonutrient content. For more information on Functional Remedies and its products, visit https://functionalremedies.com/.
— Functional Remedies via BusinessWire
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