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We are Farmulated. Our family's long history as crop farmers inspires us to maintain the highest standards as we deliver farm-to-family CBD & Wellness products to the local community and beyond. What makes us different? At Farmulated, our crops are carefully grown using sustainable farming practices, processed at one location, and third-party tested for quality.
"Why not exhaust your natural alternatives before resorting to potentially toxic pharmaceuticals? FARMULATED is harvesting breakthrough products for optimal health and wellness. Farmulated has exceptional quality supported by third-party testing, excellent customer service, and best of all, they farm their own hemp and extract the CBD in their own facility."
- Gina Ruffa
Pharmacist & Natural Wellness Expert
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