Source of CBD

Our manufacturer sources US grown industrial hemp exclusively from three farms in Kentucky, Colorado, and Oregon. Hand-selected savvy growers who take great pride in their plants and are confident in the quality of their harvest.

Yes, a Certificate of Origin can be provided upon request.

CBD Product Type & Quality Control

We primarily use CO2 to extract CBD from hemp. Whether it’s extracted using CO2 or ethanol, the truth is you can’t really tell a difference once it’s distilled. On rare occasions and for certain applications where it’s a better fit, an ethanol extracted CBD is utilized.

There are 3 main forms of CBD used today: full-spectrum crude oil, full-spectrum distillate, and 100% THC-free isolate. We use and recommend full-spectrum distillate for the majority of our finished goods.  

  • Full-Spectrum CBD Crude Oil: This is the raw material you get after extraction. It’s typically 55% CBD and also contains chlorophyll, fats, lipids, and other plant material. This raw form gives it a strong hemp scent and taste. 
  • Full-Spectrum CBD Distillate: Our preferred format and ingredient to use in most products. We distill our own CBD with a process that refines it to 80% purity while still maintaining some terpenes and other minor cannabinoids. This format has a better flavor and scent profile that most customers can enjoy. It’s generally considered of higher quality and value than the crude or isolate. 
  • CBD (THC-Free) Isolate: 100% pure cannabidiol (CBD) is very effective but lacks the benefits of the other minor cannabinoids you get in the distillate or crude oil. It’s a great solution when you need to guarantee your product is THC free. 

By sourcing the highest quality [CBD] from trusted hemp growers. All of our products are manufactured in GMP clean rooms with food grade equipment, and we follow strict standard operating procedures (SOPs) to ensure the highest quality and consistency in every batch. Before going into production, every raw material is tested and at the end of production, finished goods are tested again. Customers have access to tests on each batch, which include: CBD potency, microbials, heavy metals, and residual solvents. 


All of our products are manufactured in the USA, primarily in the state of Utah in an FDA registered facility.


CBD is short for cannabidiol; which is a naturally occurring compound found in the cannabis plant family. It is one of over 100 substances found in the hemp plant and usually constitutes over 40% of the plant. People often refer to CBD as hemp derived CBD oil, full spectrum hemp extract or cannabis oil.

Hemp and CBD differ in the part of the plant they are derived from. Hemp is from the seeds, and CBD is extracted from the entire plant, including the plant flowers and leaves. Hemp is used as a protein supplement for lotions and soaps. CBD, because it is derived from the entire plant and rich in nutrients, is used for medicinal purposes including pain and inflammation.

CBD works by interacting with a network of cell receptors in your body called the endocannabinoid system. Cannabis contains unique compounds which interact with this system.

The endocannabinoid system is a network of receptors located throughout your body; which the our central nervous system uses to regulate different body functions by stimulating the release of endorphins to help your body maintain homeostasis. The hemp plant has valuable nutrients that interact with these receptors and help balance your body with things like memory, mood, immune function, sleep, stress and pain.

Full spectrum hemp contains a number of cannabinoids, terpenes and flavonoids to interact most effectively with your endocannabinoid system. When people use the term full spectrum, it means the CBD includes CBN, CBG, THCV and all other cannabinoids, as well phyto plant chemicals like chlorophyll, to provide a more holistic and effective benefits to your body. This type of CBD also contains trace amounts of THC, which is less than .3% and legal on a federal level.

Terpenes are quickly evaporating molecules that give off distinct aromas. They can also affect your mood in a positive way and are known to help relieve stress. Our CBD products contain naturally occurring terpenes.

Flavonoids are plant compounds that are powerful antioxidants with anti-inflammatory and immune system benefits. Our CBD products contain naturally occurring flavonoids.

The entourage effect happens as a result of using full spectrum hemp oil and occurs when all of the cannabinoids, flavonoids, terpenes and other compounds in full spectrum hemp oil create a synergistic effect on your body

This is probably the most common misconception about CBD. While full spectrum products contain trace amounts of THC (up to 0.3%), it is such a minimal amount it CANNOT make you high. 

All our products have dosage details included in them, however we recommend starting with the suggested dosage and increase as needed. Everyone is different in the way their body interacts with CBD, and everyone’s metabolism varies. Enjoy the journey of discovery!

As is always the case when starting a new vitamin or supplement regime, the results depend and vary from person to person. Most people start to see a benefit within a couple of weeks, however some see benefits right away. Results are cumulative and oftentimes very subtle at first though, so be patient and consistent. Investing in your long-term wellness takes time and diligence.

Even though our products contain trace amounts of THC, or less than .3%, just like eating poppy seeds can potentially trigger a positive drug test for opioids, it is possible that our full spectrum products may trigger a positive reading on a drug test, so you should always exercise caution and use our THC free products if you’re routinely drug tested

YES! All our products are tested from a third party lab and full CofA’s available upon request.

Our products do not need to be refrigerated, however we do recommend a dry, cool place.

While we don’t have a formal expiration date on our products, if stored properly they will last for at least a couple of years – longer than it will take to finish them.