Carolina Hemp Hut’s March Cannabis Strain List
Continuing our tradition of listing our Cannabis strains currently in stock for our Carolina-based stores, we’ve decided to move the list off of the chalkboards and list them on-line in our Carolina Hemp Hut e-commerce store.
We greatly appreciate you visiting here and checking out our growing list of monthly carried cannabis strains. Even though we may not have every strain listed on our website, if we carry them in our stores, we ship them. If you see a strain which we carry in-store, you can always place a phone order with us (855-HEMP-OIL) and get the current pricing based upon our famed “Bud Club” membership. This has been as low as 60% off all bulk flower and select pre-rolls during the past month.
- Trophy Wife
- Sour Space Candy
- Cherry Citrus
- Prez Obama
- Organic Lifter
- Organic Hawaiian Haze
- OG Purple Kush
- Sunset Rd Sherbert #2
- Suver Haze
- Desert Snow (CBD Rich)
- AC Diesel #2
- Banana Kush
- Bubba Kush
- Acapulco Gold #2
- Delta-8 BaOX Moon Rocks
- D8 Lifter with Cherry Diesel
Our Pre-Roll list will be updated shortly.
- Skywalker OG Party Pre-rolls LIMITED AVAILABILITY!
- Hawaiian Haze King rolls
- Organic Lifter King rolls
- Sour Space Candy King rolls
- Sunbeam Haze King rolls
- Moon Rock King rolls
- Mango Moon Rock King rolls
- Special Sauce King rolls
- Cherry Citrus King rolls
- Cherry Citrus 85 rolls
- Cherry Citrus mini rolls
- Stormy Daniels King rolls
- Suver Haze King rolls
- OG Purple Kush King rolls
- T1 King rolls
- T1 85 rolls
- AC Diesel #2 King rolls
- Sunset Rd Sherbet #2 King rolls
- Desert Snow (CBG) King rolls
- House Blend #2: Sativa: Honolulu Haze #2, Sunset Road Sherbet #2 and Juicy Fruit #2
- Banana Kush
- Bubba Kush
- House Blend #4: Indica: Casino Cookies, Trophy Wife and Charlotte’s Sauce #2
There are 42 Cannagars currently in stock.
In a recent survey, readers of the oft-cited Chapel Hill Magazine declared their love for Carolina Hemp Hut (Hillsborough) as the Best New Business.
The entire team at the Carolina Hemp Hut store is excited that their hard work is being recognized by members of the community and among fellow retailers. “The Hemp space is tough, especially since there is such a negative initial image of anything coming from Cannabis” said Mary Lopez Carter, the founder of the Carolina Hemp Hut stores in a recent follow up phone conversation. “People still come into our store in Hillsborough and are surprised and even shocked when they discover we sell cannabis products, namely Industrial Hemp products.”
In the State of North Carolina, Industrial Hemp products are defined as products originating from industrial hemp or cannabis that is less than 0.3% dwt in THC (Δ-9-tetrahydrocannabinol). Carolina Hemp Hut specializes in products specifically formulated or grown to be less than the legal limit on THC. “A Trace amount of THC is very beneficial for our customers who are able to have it since it is the only Cannabinoid known to bind with the endocannabinoid receptors in the human body. The only reason someone should avoid THC in this small amount is if they are subject to drug testing where zero tolerance is a factor.”
Carolina Hemp Hut began as a kiosk in the Streets at Southpoint Mall in Durham in 2018 and quickly outgrew their allocated space as they researched and expanded their product offerings to meet customer demands. Now, Carolina Hemp Hut offers over 1000 total SKUs in two stores in the Triangle, their flagship store in Hillsborough and their new store in Durham on 15/501.
“This all started because I needed more healthy options for my husband as he continued to fight a set of malignant tumors in his head. I knew their must be a way for nature to help heal. I’m so glad I found legal cannabis as a solid option for many people to improve their lives by helping with discomfort they face. It’s pretty surprising how many people trust cannabis products from hemp to help on a daily basis. What started as a boost for family members only has grown into a full-time job – helping people across the country with a spectrum of health concerns.”
The Carolina Hemp Hut Hillsborough store has received numerous other accolades recently for their work in the community and their overall service to customers. Carolina Hemp Hut currently operates two store in the Triangle area: 137 Mayo Street in Hillsborough and 4600 Durham-Chapel Hill Boulevard in Durham. They ship across the country with orders placed on their website at https://CarolinaHempHut.com.
People are asking, “What can be done about COVID?” Researchers are pushing hard to find out what can be done to boost immunity and fight the disease. Moreover, many people are speculating as to the effectiveness of products containing CBD or hemp oil extract and COVID19 mitigation.
Scientists working for Pathway Rx have published research related to their study of Cannabis (with emphasis on legal hemp and CBD) that shows significant potential as a possible treatment of COVID-19. At the same time, consumer watchdog groups and those interested in blocking cannabis as a health option have been expressing concern over any unproven medical claims related to hemp.
This tug-of-war has been confusing for customers who are seeking natural set of tools to help individual health situations such as immunity boosting, discomfort from pain or anxiety or even insomnia.
It’s important to note that there is only one specific drug containing a high dose of purified cannabidiol (CBD) that has been approved for use as a medical treatment (of a particular set or seizure disorders). While the FDA has made it clear that no business selling cannabinoids and other natural products can make claims as to whether their products actually help people, businesses are able to describe limited aspects of the benefits of the products. Many consumers find many naturally occurring cannabinoids, contained within hemp oil extract products have helped alleviate discomfort. While these are purely anecdotal, people are discovering that Hemp does help.
While hemp oil from hemp seed pressing is not included in the study, hemp oil extract from various Canadian-government approved Industrial hemp strains were. A small portion of this study group proved to be worthy of additional scrutiny.
Is Hemp ok for COVID19?
Even though the testing is still in place, preliminary findings are positive. Pathways Rx is continuing their study into the various cultivars which are showing promise in reducing the impact of the COVID19 infections.
Data collected from previous studies conducted in collaboration with Swysh and commercial partner Sundial Growers reveals that some medical cannabis cultivars can help reduce the severity and complications of COVID-19 disease
The recent study, written by six researchers, examined 400 Health Canada-approved strains of cannabis. A group of 13 strains that were rated as sativa with a high in CBD concentration may be useful and helpful in reducing the impact of COVID19 infections.
The research paper was submitted recently for peer-review, a vital step in assuring the broader acceptance of cannabis products for acknowledged health benefits. When the reviews have been completed, who knows what will happen with CBD and cannabinoids with COVID19 treatments, given today’s very odd political and emotional environment.
The first study suggests that a limited sample (from the 13 strains) of high CBD Cannabis Sativa extracts modulate ACE2 gene expression and ACE2 protein levels in “gateway tissues of the COVID-19 causing virus and also have the potential to inhibit its entry into cells, curtail disease spread and reduce mortality.” The entire study was conducted using artificial human 3D models of oral, airway, and intestinal tissues.
The second study examines the use of cannabis extracts for taming the cytokine storm will be published soon.
HILLSBOROUGH, N.C., Mar. 5, 2020 – Carolina Hemp Hut, North Carolina’s largest single-store provider of hemp and cannabinoid products, is pleased to announce it has been named “New Member Business of the Year” by the Hillsborough/Orange County NC Chamber of Commerce.
On Friday, February 21, Carolina Hemp Hut, Inc. was recognized at the Hillsborough/Orange County Chamber of Commerce Annual Awards Gala, where the Chamber awarded exceptional businesses and leaders for their achievements in the business community.
Carolina Hemp Hut Takes Home Hillsborough/Orange County NC Chamber of Commerce New Member Business of the Year Award
“We are absolutely thrilled that our hard work in the Orange County community is being recognized” said Mary Lopez Carter, General Manager of the blossoming enterprise in Hillsborough. “We’ve been dedicated to helping residents of North Carolina and beyond with natural options in health improvement. Ever since I discovered possible benefits of hemp to help my husband, David, boost his health to fight off his recurring cancer, I’ve been seeking new ways to help others with similar battles. I’m glad that our community has embraced our business so wonderfully when others are still so skeptical about natural options for health.”
“We are honored to receive the recognition for our work in the community,” said Richard Sniffen, Lead Cannabinoid Consultant on staff at Carolina Hemp Hut. “Since the shop opened in May of 2019, the entire team has been diligent in doing research and additional homework to build skills and understanding in cannabinoids, health and healing. We’re careful to listen intently to our customers and we aim to help to improve the life of everyone who walks through the door or visits our website.”
Mary Lopez Carter founded Hemp Oil Rockstar in early 2018 after she did copious research into products which would help her husband, David Carter, fight cancer (he had a malignant intracranial tumor). She discovered the promising impact of CBD on people’s health. Soon after finding success with Hemp Oil Rockstar, she rented her first retail space at the Streets at Southpoint mall in Durham, NC to establish a location to help people of the community with better health options. On October 19, 2018, Mary and her team opened Carolina Hemp Hut in the mall. The clear success of this mall location led Mary and the team to build out a much larger Carolina Hemp Hut store in the Hillsborough Commons shopping center in Hillsborough.
Presently, Carolina Hemp Hut, employs 5 people at its Hillsborough, NC, headquarters. The entire team at this location handles in bound calls from their nationally accessible website, retail sales, community support and a marketing department. Mary Carter’s continued support of Hillsborough and Orange County, NC charitable causes and community events has continued to elevate the mission of natural health options with hemp for the Carolina Hemp Hut team.
For more information about Carolina Hemp Hut, visit their website, CarolinaHempHut.com. For additional information on Carolina Hemp Hut community endeavors, please contact Mary Lopez Carter at 855-HEMP-OIL x 100 or [email protected].
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Let’s Set the CBD Trial Offer record Straight
If you’ve bounced around the internet (web) and found a site that has CBD and trusted it, good for you. If you found a site with CBD products online that you bought from but they did a “bait and switch” with you or kept charging your credit card, then welcome to the club!
It’s not the first time scammers entered an industry and decided to prey upon people who really just want good products at good prices. Scammers take all shapes and forms. One of the most common scams is the “too good to be true” offer or one that is more like a “Trial Offer”. If you’re looking to buy CBD online instead of shopping for “CBD Near Me” with your local stores, then be sure to read this entire article to learn some features which will save you a great deal of hassle in the future.
Buy CBD Online
It’s safe to buy CBD online. But, there’s a catch. If you’re wary of buying products online, no matter what the products are, then you’re likely a safer consumer and your purchases are probably safer than most. Being wary when you’re online, whether you’re shopping, social media trolling, or whatever, is a good thing. This is why reputable vendors of CBD don’t do things that set up the “red flags” which are triggered when the average person sees something “fishy”. When it comes to buying CBD products online, it’s no different from buying any products from any vendor online – you really need to do a bit of quick homework first.
First off, never buy from an online vendor who doesn’t use HTTPS or a secured connection for their web store. Just look at your browser address bar and make sure the connection to the store is a secured connection. Some fly by night vendors who are trying to separate you from your hard earned money will create a quick website and put a “buy CBD Now” link in place and voila! They’re raking in some quick cash.
Reputable CBD and Hemp vendors like the team at Carolina Hemp Hut take every step possible to ensure that your online order of CBD products is safe and secure and fulfilled with reputable products.
How to detect a Scammer with CBD
Unless you work in the CBD/Hemp industry as the team at Carolina Hemp Hut does, you’re more likely not going to notice the telltale signs of people trying to slime their way into your wallets. We also know that if you have a bad experience online with the purchase of CBD products (Buy CBD Online), you’re also not likely to try again. This is unfair to reputable and well-trusted vendors such as Carolina Hemp Hut. This is why we love taking the time to investigate the scammers and bring them into the light for everyone to see.
How to investigate whether a CBD Source is reputable
- Look for the CBD Free Trial
- Check whether the source is a PO Box, a PMB, or someone’s house
- Read the Terms and Conditions
- Check Testimonial links for accuracy or validity
- Click on “Related Content” links to see if valid results are shown
- Check for Certificate of Analysis links
- Verify whether site has a phone number to call for support
- Examine whether CBD vendor makes clearly false or unsupported claims (such as “kills cancer”)
Some Clear Indicators that You’ve found a Scammer
Scammers aren’t going to work too hard to create original content after they’ve already had success with a scam in the past. The typical scammer will regurgitate CBD product content from other campaigns and simply change the name of the product along with the corresponding scammer address (web site and “business address”). They’ll also change a few photos and they’re done. Relaunch the campaign and wait for new suckers to arrive.
Here are some images which are repeated with one group of scammers found on the web.
Whole Greens CBD Trial Offer Scam
Just before the holidays in 2019, LifeStream Labs (also known by MANY other names) launched their Holiday Sale with a Free Trial offer for CBD products. The offer included very weak CBD oil that was very over-priced. The more evil part of the scam was their trial offer wasn’t a single shipment, but they keep charging your credit card monthly a very high amount for the product they continue to ship each month. Yes, you get subpar product from LifeStream or Whole Greens and you pay for it, dearly.
Pay attention to the Lab Coat Cuties
Notice the stethoscope in the image. If you see a stethoscope casually draped around the neck of some web model, run. You’re better off tossing your cash into the air. Reputable vendors of CBD may mention where medical professionals support their product anecdotally, but they’re not going to say “doctor approved” or show doctors or nurses proudly displaying their product for you. When you see the Lab Coat Cutie, it’s likely a scam. Plus, if you pay attention to MORE THAN ONE of the emails or ads with CBD products with Free Trials or Super Deals, you’re likely to see the patter where the same Lab Coat Cutie is used for multiple ads with very similar sales text.
Shark Tank CBD Oil? Jamie Richardson As Seen On Shark Tank Available Here
Yeah, you read that with Shark Tank. That makes it really a big red flag. If you see Jamie Richardson on a site, it’s likely fake and built to scam you. Yes, it’s possible it may be legit, but don’t count on it. If you’re a reputable dealer of CBD products, you’re more likely to keep promotional images of others to a minimum or very scarce.
We care: We Earn our Customers’ Trust
When searching for CBD and hemp products online (like when you search for “Buy CBD online” or “Buy Hemp online”), you’re going to get a lot of valid CBD vendor sites showing. Take a moment and examine each to ensure that the links you visit don’t have medical claims or “too good to be true” deals. Carolina Hemp Hut has had some super deals before (like we have one now where we are giving away a year’s supply of Hemp Oil Extract/CBD), but they’re typically a giveaway or simple sale that is to reduce or eliminate surplus inventory.
Stores like Carolina Hemp Hut are built around a physical presence like the main store at 137 Mayo Street, Hillsborough, NC 27278. Scammers like to hide behind UPS store mailboxes, PO Boxes, and corporate park offices (where you’re never likely to visit for retail purchases).
Buying CBD Near Me
“CBD Near Me” is one common search term many people use to find local vendors of CBD. This is a reasonable search which will provide both legit and scam results. For the most part, local SEO and searches tend to provide more legitimate than not. However, the ads that result from the search are often associated with scammers. Most of these are easily avoided if you just look to the SERP (search engine results page) info that is search results only and not the “Ad” results that are also returned.
When you’re looking for a CBD vendor near you, go ahead and investigate the target vendors with their street addresses. Are they in a retail establishment? Are they in a PO Box?
Buying CBD online
We don’t want people to stay away from CBD online. We want people to be careful when they buy it. We’ve written articles in the past regarding COAs (certificates of analysis) and checking up on the quality of CBD products. These resources are good for people to investigate when looking for natural health options such as CBD online. You’ll want to email or call vendors too – just to be sure they respond with good answers and are prompt in their responses. If you call a vendor and all you get after three calls is a voice mail during business hours, you’re likely better off moving to the next search result.
When buying CBD online, it’s a good idea to check on their Google or Yelp or similar review as well. Stores like Carolina Hemp Hut, both physical and online, have reviews on these platforms and more. To check up on the reviews of the online scammers, it’s also easy. Just search for something like “[name of vendor] reviews” in Google or your favorite search engine. For example, here’s LifeStream Labs.
Shopping for CBD
We think that the experience around CBD and Hemp Products should be a pleasure and not a nightmare. With educated consumers working to clean up the slime that occurs with any newly popular industry, we’ll be able to steer through more of the mess and into clean and safe transactions.
Download our handy No Scamming Guide to show your friends
Simply right click on this graphic (or use ctrl-Click with a Mac) and access the save meny for this graphic. Share with friends to keep them out of trouble with unsavory vendors and scammers.
Is Hemp now Common? What about CBD? Should I look for “Hemp store near me?”
We find the reports all through the web. You look online and search for CBD or Hemp or similar and check the news sites. You can find discussion of CBD just about anywhere. Why is CBD so popular all of a sudden?
CBD is a Natural Product
Let’s consider the source: Hemp. CBD is short for Cannabidiol which is a constituent compound most often found within the Industrial Hemp (cannabis sativa) plant. It has a close cousin, often called marijuana, which has far more THC than CBD in most strains. Since the hemp regulations currently only allow for 0.3% total THC (the psychoactive compound found in ‘weed’), you can rest assured that you’re not likely at all to get a high from enjoying the benefits of CBD or the Industrial Hemp plant.
Since many products containing hemp are minimally processed, they are often considered to be a natural product. We often see the term “botanical supplement” when referencing hemp products. Although the FDA is adamant about not allowing the term “supplement” or “Diet Supplement” on anything hemp, people do understand and appreciate many ways in which hemp products have helped them cope with various health aspects simply by ingesting small amounts of hemp products.
CBD May Help With…
There are plenty of anecdotal statements on the benefits of CBD and related cannabinoids on peoples’ health. In fact, some have also been validated by the US Government with the FDA approval of Epidoliex, a seizure management drug which has CBD as its main ingredient. Many people have tried CBD prior to the approval of this drug with success in the management of seizures beyond the Lennox-Gastaut and Dravet syndrome patients.
Carnival barkers may now exclaim that CBD cures pretty much everything including cancer. But, let’s not run down that path so quickly. While it’s true that CBD is a great component for just about anyone’s medicine cabinet, the studies are still needed to validate what diseases and treatments are best for CBD.
Using CBD on Your Own
Many enterprising customers have already jumped on the cannabis bandwagon with CBD and cannabinoid products to improve their health. We’ve had customers stop by for reasons of:
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Lack of Focus
- And yes, even cancer
While your family doctor may cringe when you tell them you’re taking CBD for something, many are now jumping on board the CBD train. Doctors in Chapel Hill and Hillsborough are actively sending their customers to Carolina Hemp Huts to pick up salves and drops of CBD to alleviate discomforts that may not be so readily addressed with conventional Western pharmaceutical products.
If you or any family member (including the furry ones) have the need for a hemp product, please be sure and consider the resources available at the Carolina Hemp Hut stores.
Editor’s note: A primary care physician should be consulted before taking any supplements. No one other than a doctor should provide medical advice. This article is not intended to include medical advice, nor should it be interpreted as such.