Cookie Privacy

We, at Hemp Cycle use cookies to enable function effectively, ensuring that the services and content of the website meet your expectations, and to improve them with your assistance. The use of cookies is not necessarily linked to the processing of personal data, and there are various ways to manage and control them.

The purpose of this policy is to acquaint you with the cookies that Hemp Cycle uses, their purpose, and their effect on you as users, should you permit us to use these cookies, as well as the methods for managing them. As we understand that the processing of personal data is important to each of you, detailed information regarding the personal data processed by Hemp Cycle can be found in our Privacy Notice, published on our website. Additionally, you can reach out to us at

What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files stored on your device when you visit our website. Cookies allow us to provide services in the most useful and convenient manner possible, such as creating a profile, posting opinions on the website, etc. Additionally, cookies may be used for information about your visits to our site, whether you experience any issues with its use, such as errors in page loading, etc. Cookies can enhance your stay on our site by storing your preferences and settings when you visit a specific page, such as storing your username, profile settings, etc.

What cookies do we use?

1. By purpose

Strictly Necessary Cookies: Strictly necessary cookies make the operation of our website possible by assisting in basic functions such as navigating between pages, creating a profile, etc. Since our site cannot function properly without these cookies, they cannot be disabled. It is your right not to use the site if you do not agree to these cookies.

Cookie Domain Validity
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wordpress_gdpr_cookies_declined 180 days
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Performance Cookies: These cookies, also known as statistical cookies, help us understand how you interact with our website. They collect information about how users use the site, the type of browser used, whether you receive error messages. They are used to improve the performance of the website and allow us to measure the effectiveness and your interaction with the site and to improve it. These cookies collect and provide anonymous information.

Cookie Domain Validity
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Functional cookies: These cookies are typically a result of user behavior, remembering choices made by the user of the website to facilitate the use of the site, such as entering information, settings, viewing videos, changing the appearance, and more. The information collected by these cookies is anonymized, and we cannot track your actions on other websites.

Cookie Domain Validity
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Advertising cookies: We use these cookies to provide information that may be of interest to users. These cookies are also used to measure the effectiveness of marketing campaigns, track conversions, and more. They are usually third-party cookies that remember user activity when using the website. Additionally, they may be associated with website functionalities provided by another organization.

Cookie Domain Validity
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2. By validity

Session Cookies: These are created temporarily, and are deleted when the browser is closed. Session cookies are used until the end of the session as a temporary pass. These cookies do not require the site to identify its visitor each time they access a page within one session.

Persistent Cookies: These cookies are not deleted when the browser is closed. They are most commonly used to collect access statistics, improve site usability and user experience, as well as for other purposes that do not require the identification of users through personal or identifying information (username, password, etc.).

3. By domain

According to the domain delivering the cookie, cookies can be first-party cookies, for example, cookies from, and third-party cookies, for example, cookies from Google, YouTube, etc. For example, if a user visits a website and another party sets a cookie through that website, it would be a third-party cookie.

Personal Data

We do not use cookies for the purpose of collecting and processing your personal data. We use third-party cookies that assist us in analyzing aggregated and anonymized data related to the visit and usage of our website. We do not have access to, nor do we process information related to your identification as an individual directly or indirectly. This includes not having access to, nor processing personal data that may be collected and processed by Facebook or Google, or other third parties that they already have during your visits to their platforms or use of their applications and functionalities.

Additional information about third parties:


Managing cookies through the browser

Most browsers allow you to view, manage, delete, and block cookies. If you delete all cookies, all preferences you have set will be deleted, including the ability to opt out of cookies, as the function itself requires the placement of a cookie to opt out of your device. Links to cookie control guides for some browsers:
Google Chrome

Mozilla Firefox

MacOS Safari

Microsoft Internet Explorer

For more information on the other browsers and device types, you can visit here:

Additional options for opting out of Google Analythics here:

Updates and changes

This policy is current as of the date indicated at the beginning. We may periodically update this Cookie Policy, so we encourage you to periodically review the policy for updates. If you have any questions, you can contact us directly at