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Are FullWell products organic?Updated 5 months ago

Great question! The term "organic" generally refers to a method of farming and food production that avoids the use of synthetic pesticides, herbicides, fertilizers, and genetically modified organisms (GMOs). While organic products are often perceived as healthier by some consumers, it's essential to note that the term "organic" does not necessarily guarantee a product is healthier in all aspects, nor does it mean that it is completely pesticide-free.

The term "certified organic" is primarily associated with agricultural products, including fruits, vegetables, grains, meats, and processed foods. Nutrients, on the other hand, such as individual vitamins and minerals, are chemical compounds rather than agricultural products, and the term "certified organic" is not always applicable to them in the same way it is to food items. While some of our products contain organic ingredients (e.g. Nourished Nerves and our proprietary blend in Iron Bump), our products aren’t certified organic. Instead, we go a step further and ensure every batch of our products undergo thorough third-party testing. This rigorous testing includes checks for some pesticides tailored to the risk level associated with each individual product. We’re proud to share these exceptional results directly with our customers.

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