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OUR MISSON

At Cypress Hemp, it is our mission to revitalize the American hemp industry

and to provide sustainable alternatives to many of society's unsustainable practices.

We believe in a sustainable future.

Humans and the environment living in harmony, that's sustainability. 

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CARBON-Credit

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We use carbon credits

to offset the emissions created from shipping your package.

This way, we can all feel better about our carbon footprints.

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organic

AMerican Hemp

Feel the difference with our certified organic full spectrum CBD hemp extracts!

No GMOs or pesticides for me, please!

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biodegradable packaging

Biodegradable boxes, 

compostable cushioning,

 and water-activated, gummed kraft paper tape,

make for 100% mother nature approved packaging. 

Now that's some sustainable stuff!

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third-party

lab tests

Cypress Hemp's

CBD products

have been tested for purity and potency using High-Pressure Liquid Chromatography to ensure our products' efficacy. 

all of OUR HEMp products contain <0.3% thc

ONE TREE IS PLANTED FOR EVERY PRODUCT PURCHASED.

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CONTACT INFO

Phone: (225) 963-1631

about us

Kristy Hébert

Founder

Biological Engineer

Blake Bilger

Founder

Director of Operations

​CYPRESS HEMP IS ON A MISSION TO SHARE THE BENEFITS OF CBD OIL WITH THE SOUTH

By Cynthea Corfah @lacedincyn

Photo by Collin Richie

"Kristy Hebert’s life was changed forever when she was hit by a drunk driver her freshman year at LSU. Hebert was walking down Nicholson Drive in 2012 when the driver struck her while making an early turn into an apartment complex. In an attempt to flee the scene, the driver ran over Hebert, rolling over her mid-section seven times before shattering her pelvis. After the accident, she was hospitalized for more than six months. She sat out of [biological engineering] school for two semesters of rehabilitation treatment where she re-learned how to walk.

After a month of recovery, Hebert was frustrated with the grogginess she felt from the pain medicines she was prescribed. She began researching natural alternatives for chronic pain and was intrigued by the benefits of cannabidiol, also known as CBD oil...."

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