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Our hemp is meticulously and proficiently examined by the United States Department of Homeland Security, assuring its safety and validity. Because of this, all of our products that contain hemp are federally legal throughout all 50 states

Throughout our body is an extensive system of receptors that comprises the endocannabinoid system, or ECS. The primary purpose of the ECS is to maintain homeostatic balance within the body, which it accomplishes through its neurotransmitters — known as endocannabinoids. These endocannabinoids work by regulating different body systems wherever an imbalance is detected; this involves the modulation of various other neurotransmitters, such as serotonin. 

When introduced to the body, the phytocannabinoids in cannabis are specifically formed to bind or interact with the internal cannabinoid receptors of the ECS, and this process facilitates the release of endocannabinoids. However, CBD does not actually bind with cannabinoid receptors; rather, it inhibits the enzymes that breakdown certain endocannabinoids from the bloodstream. In this way, it affects the cannabinoid receptors indirectly. 

We source our industrial hemp from carefully selected fields in the Netherlands, where the farmers have perfected cultivation techniques that have been refined through the experience of multiple generations. These methods enable the production of extremely high quality hemp that has been grown without the use of pesticides, in soil that is free from any contaminants. From there, the hemp is delivered to a state-of-the-art facility in Germany, where it undergoes a super clean, CO2 extraction process that allows the hemp to retain a majority of its raw, natural components; this method is superior to any other extraction method as others are known to leave behind traces of the toxic chemicals that are used to strip the plant of its compounds. There are times we source hemp extracts from within the U.S. depending on availability and quality. 

Currently, the FDA does not allow anyone to make medical claims about hemp or CBD products because this would fall under a medical claim statement. We are committed to following the guidelines set forth online, but these policies do change without our notice. We will update our information as we become aware that any changes have been made. Please see more information here: https://www.fda.gov/news-events/public-health-focus/fda-regulation-cannabis-and-cannabis

There are several different ways to take our Hemp products. Using our tinctures, you can drop the hemp oil under the tongue and wait for it to be absorbed through your sublingual gland. This is one of the fastest and most simple ways of ingesting CBD. You may also drop some in your coffee, tea, or food. Capsules or gel caps are another format, especially for those who would want to take higher doses at once. Our products, whether by tincture or capsule, are meant to suit a variety of needs, so make sure to check out all of our products to find the perfect one for you.

Hemp is our passion. We strive to bring the best science and the most sustainable practices that will enable us to provide our customers with the most exceptional quality hemp extract products. We provide 3rd party lab results on all our batches of the products you see within this website. We also use the cleanest extraction methods with the purest full spectrum hemp extracts you can get.  We’ll even tell you what cbd products to avoid so you’re educated when making a purchase online, if not with us, you should still know what to look out for as there is a lot of bad products being marketed today. 

You do not. We don’t sell Marijuana…  You can purchase our products just as you would vitamins or supplements at your local store or online.

Cannabidiol, or CBD, is one of over 100 natural compounds called phytocannabinoids that are found within the cannabis plant. There are three types of cannabis: Sativa, Indica, and Rudalis — hemp is a hearty strain of Sativa that is rich in CBD. Along with Δ-9 tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), CBD is is one of the most prominent compounds in cannabis, so scientists have devoted the bulk of their research to the study of these two phytocannabinoids.

While cannabis is typically associated with recreational marijuana use, the properties of hemp are utilized in a different manner. Commercial marijuana strains are often categorized by the concentrated THC content in the flower, but hemp has naturally low levels of THC and is primarily harvested for the stem and stalk of the plant. Hemp originates from colder climates, which means it is frost resistant and easy to grow in less ideal conditions. Hemp fiber is incredibly durable, as well as antimicrobial and antibacterial, and hemps use for the production of paper, textiles, synthetics, and food has led to it being termed “industrial hemp”, in order to distinguish its purpose from that of commercial marijuana. Another advantage that hemp has over other production materials is that it is one of the fastest growing plants, making supplies easy to replenish! 

It was the famous cosmologist and cannabis advocate Carl Sagan who hypothesized that cannabis was likely humanity’s first agricultural crop, over ten thousand years ago. Researchers have discovered evidence of cannabis use that spans as far back as 8000 BCE, in China. Hemp’s superior qualities have long been utilized for a broad variety of purposes — its fiber can be used for the construction of clothing, rope, paper, and building material, as well as be ingested. Numerous ancient texts have made reference to it, with some describing hemp as the “king of seeds” and “sacred grass”. Hemp was also a central component to the growth of the United States; at one point during the 18th century, farmers were legally obligated to grow hemp as it was considered an essential crop. Up until the 20th century, hemp was the dominant material for the production of a huge range of goods, but its use was eventually curtailed due to the tenacious efforts of competing industries that were pushing for alternate materials. This led to the effective prohibition of hemp in 1937 with the passage of the Marihuana Tax Act.

These products are not dangerous drugs so you cannot overdose. However, just like any other nutritional supplement, your body can only process so much so there can be side effects to taking cbd products. If you have not taken hemp-based products before, we suggest you start off with a lower dosage at first so your body can acclimate properly until moving up to a higher dose.

This depends on the dosage, the method of ingestion, and the individual. CBD can enter the bloodstream within the first 15 minutes of administration when absorbed through the sublingual gland under the tongue, as it bypasses the digestive system. When CBD is vaped, it is able to get into the bloodstream within a few minutes. When eaten, CBD has to go through the digestive system first, which could take at least 30 minutes.

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