Available in all 50 states

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“I know you hear this all the time, but I was nearly crippled with arthritic pain in my right hip and knee. Lots of so-called anti-inflammatory meds later, I found Sherpa. I've been taking one 25mg gummie every night before bed and I have been PAIN FREE ever since. I am 71, still fairly active, but this has been a life changer! Thank you for your work in making this available!”

Sylvia Osborne

“25MG!!!! What a noticeable difference from the 12MG gummies. Just the right amount of head and body feel in every gummy. Need to knock the edge off, sherpa! A little bit of pain, SHRPA! Cant sleep, Sherpa! Chores day, Sherpa! For me sherpa fits my needs for every situation and occasion.”

Shana Roberts

“This lotion saved me! after a year or so after having a total hip replacement I was stiff, in pain 90% of the time and became almost completely bed bound because of it. Unable to get relief from the RX scripts, I tried a friends Sherpa roll on, haven't turned back since! Now im up and moving about much more freely. Thank God I found Sherpa when I did.”

Beverly H

How is this legal?

The 2018 Farm Bill legalized hemp and its cannabinoids on a federal level. Each state has its own law regulating hemp, cannabis, and marijuana. Prior to the 2018 Farm Bill, hemp and marijuana were both categorized as a Schedule 1 drug. However, a bright line rule was established by the Farm Bill which distinguished marijuana from hemp which centers around the amount of Delta-9 THC within the plant. 

If the concentration of Delta-9 THC of the cannabis plant is under 0.3% on a dry weight basis, the plant is categorized as hemp. On the other hand, any cannabis plant that has a concentration exceeding 0.3% Delta-9 THC on a dry weight basis is categorized as marijuana.

For a finished product to qualify as a hemp derived product, it must meet a two-prong test. First, it must be under 0.3% Delta 9 on a dry weight basis. Second, a manufacturer must prove the cannabinoids are, in fact, derived from a hemp plant.

Therefore, products with under 0.3% Delta 9 on a dry weight basis are considered a hemp product so long as the cannabinoids can be sourced from hemp. Sherpa diligently sources its raw ingredients from the most credible laboratories in the United States, and maintain notarized affidavits in order to prove the cannabinoids are hemp derived. We ensure that every Sherpa product stays well below the 0.3% Delta 9 threshold.