We're not for everyone and we like it that way. We make products to our standards. Our passion for this stuff is what moves us forward As a company we set out to enhance .
We're not about buzz words. only high quality cbd makes a difference. and we set out to create the finest.
CBD has so many benefits...we belive it be meicine with unique properties...everyone is selling CBD we focus on distillates. find out more in our resources section
Knowledge goes a long way. CBD has many applications but ony when it's applied ocrrectly can it be what its intended to do. Unlocking its potential. Most CBD products are the same old thing, bought from the same place with a different label. Most aren't even pure when they say they are. If it's not isolate. Tired of shangri la.. we are too and that's why we do this.
Nothing we sell is ever repackaged with a new label. We spend time, money and energy and research, listening to people, to craft formulas that work for
We believe in "More Than". Here's why that's important. It's easy for companies to use empty buzzwords to describe their product. But when we say it, we actually mean it. We're not into saying empty buzzwords, we're about ding them instead. We noticed a problem with the CBD market and set out to fix it. So next time you're shopping for CBD, even if you use a brand you like, consider what's being provided (and what's not) that gives you "More Than". For additional information and explanations of terms, we recommend a visit to our FAQ/Resources page, designed to help you learn the differences and discern the real from the hype.
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NO GIMMICKS, CBD is what we do. It's all we do. we don't sell CBD cosmetics. because we;re not a cosmetic company.
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IT STARTS WITH THE SOURCE. INGREDIENTS MATTER.
Our partner farms are more than just fertile, they're FDA registered, sustainable and cGMP certified for handling practices. Proudly located in California and Colorado, renowned for crop quality, we source fresh from multiple locations to gather different raw material with unique genetic profiles already rich with CBD, other cannabinoids and terpenes. Utilizing the most advanced processing techniques available, including CO2 Extraction, Winterization, Distillation and Isolation, we ensure that the methods in which we create our products meet the same high standards as our ingredients themselves.
WHAT ARE CANNABINOIDS?
Cannabichromene (CBC) is a phytocannabinoid formed by the conversion of cannabigerolic acid (CBGA) into cannabichromenic acid (CBCA) during the development of growing cannabis plants.
Upon drying and curing of fresh cannabis or via decarboxylation through the deliberate application of heat, CBCA is then finally converted over into CBC.
Cannabichromene (CBC) biosynthesis
What Does CBC Do?
CBC does not exhibit a direct affinity for the CB1 or CB2 receptors in the manner that cannabinoids such as THC do: rather, CBC acts as an agonist on TRPA1, TRPV1, TRPV3 and TRPV4.
This activity in turn seems to help regulate release of the body’s own endogenous cannabiniods such as Anandimide (the body’s own THC). The effect of CBC on both the re-uptake and release of Anandimide in the body may point to important synergies involving the endocannabinoid system yet to be uncovered and understood.
Pure CBC as well as other cannabinoids have shown promise in limited study with regard to potential anti-cancer and anti-tumor properties. As well, CBC displays anti-inflammatory properties and works to modulate the effects of other primary cannabinoids in the body such as THC via the “entourage effect”.
Cannabigerol (CBG) is a precursor phytocannabinoid found within cannabis plants from which all other cannabinoids are eventually derived. During growth, most CBG produced by a cannabis plant is converted into other primary cannabinoids such as THC and CBD. As a result of this conversion, levels of CBG in cannabis plants at harvest are typically quite low.
First forming in the plants as cannabigerolic acid (CBGA), this cannabinoid plays a vital role in the biosynthesis of the major primary cannabinoids, as well as displaying its own unique medicinal characteristics in both its acidic and decarboxylated form.
Biosynthesis of Cannabigerol (CBG)
Previously Difficult To Obtain
Similar to other cannabinoids like CBC, CBD and CBN, until very recently, it was nearly impossible to find isolated CBG outside of a laboratory environment. Furthermore, these samples had to be extracted from marijuana strains of cannabis that were mired in a morass of legality making the plant matter difficult to procure, even for the purposes of research.
With the re-emergence of hemp as a commercial crop in the United States and the booming interest in CBD in particular, many hemp farmers are growing crops specifically for the end purposes of cannabinoid extraction.
As a result, we now have a large source of cannabinoid rich, low-THC cannabis that is suitable for producing boutique cannabinoid extracts such as CBG oil and isolate that have never before been available for sale.
Cannabinol (CBN) is a phytocannabinoid that is normally only present in very small quantities in newly mature cannabis plants. Rather, CBN is more commonly found within cannabis that has been heated or dried slowly via a curing process.
This is because CBN is formed through the slow oxidation of the primary cannabinoid THC over time, therefore there is very little CBN present in freshly harvested cannabis.
What Does CBN Do?
CBN acts as a partial agonist on the CB1 receptor, while expressing a slightly higher attraction on the CB2 receptor with regard to its effect on the endocannabinoid system.
Cannabinol exhibits a sedative effect well known to cannabis users as well as showing additional promise in research areas involving the endocannabinoid system such as: bone growth, pain relief and appetite stimulation.
What Is CBN Oil?
CBN oil refers to a blended oil that is particularly rich in the phytocannabinoid Cannabinol (CBN). CBN is typically sold in bulk form as an isolate or distillate and would then be incorporated into a blended carrier oil, much like CBD oils are manufactured today.
Pure CBN Isolate
Pharmaceutical grade CBN isolate up until very recently has been relatively, if not impossible to acquire. However, through technology such as fractional distillation techniques, you can now buy CBN isolate that is processed from cannabinoid rich strains of hemp grown in the United States.
WHAT ARE TERPENES
Terpenes and terpenoids are the organic compounds that give many herbs, plants and trees their distinct aromas and medicinal properties where applicable.
Cannabis terpene profiles display many familiar odors, from the lemony/citrusy limonene found in the rinds of many fruits to the piney pinene of pine needles to the peppery caryophyllene contained in cloves and black pepper.
Many of these terpenes have well known effects individually and have been utilized in herbal aromatherapy and essential oil therapy for centuries.
These individual qualities serve to contribute to the overall “entourage” effect of the over 100 individual terpenes and cannabinoids that may be found within pure full spectrum extracts.
Prevalent Terpenes Found In Hemp Plants
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We use only the highest quality hybrid hemp strains and ingredients. Already rich with high CBD content and the genetic profiles to aid in creating a desired experience.
Our raw materials are sourced fresh from licensed, FDA regulated and cGMP certified producers and is pesticide and chemical free.
ALL content is independently lab tested and contents verified (available upon request) for purity and quality control. Less than .03% THC in accordance with the Farm Act.
You care about what you put in your body and so do we. All of our products are organic, non-GMO and filler free handled in state of-the-art facilities.
Raw material goes through the most intensive processing, material refinement and purification processes available. Our methodologies include Winterization, CO2 Extraction, Distillation and/or Isolation.
It's more complex, time consuming and expensive, but hey, we have high standards.
Our hybrid full spectrum distillates are 90-95% pure CBD, leaving space for additional cannabinoids and terpenes found in hemp.
Most users prefer this and benefit more as a result, with the synergistic "entourage effect" greatly increasing the interaction.
"Pure" CBD products exclude these vital compounds and other "Full Spectrum" CBD products have indistinguishably low amounts. Our products not only offer the full natural range of CBD, other cannabinoids and terpenes, but we carefully enrich our products with supplemental distilled and/or pure isolated cannabinoids and terpenes to enhance the experience and tailor the effect.
EASY, FAST. GIMMICK FREE
Simplicity is nice. We're not selling you mocha latte infused, blueberry crumb cake flavored CBD. It's just CBD and other friends from the same plant. But if you're into that thing, hey, you can just add our stuff to it. It'd be cheaper too. We don't do gimmicks. We do quality instead.
Take a seed size dose that works for you and apply to tongue. Done. We don't pretend to have some fast acting formula that is 300% quicker to effect. We don't need to. Maximum absorption happens in second naturally. Put it in your drink. Keep it in the kitchen, the medicine cabinet or take it on the go. It's that easy.
HOW'S IT MADE & PROCESSING TECHNIQUES
CBD distillate starts off as a crude hemp oil produced via super critical CO2 or ethanol extraction. This crude hemp oil extract contains plant waxes, lipids, chlorophyll and other impurities and is generally a rich brown molasses color.
This crude hemp extract is then ‘winterized’ at low temperature to effectively separate out the waxes, lipids and other plant impurities.
Finally, this winterized CBD extract is fractionally distilled through a slow heating process whereby the individual constituents are evaporated off at specific boiling points. This evaporate is then condensed and collected, resulting in a pristine finished oil with the translucent appearance and consistency of golden honey. Depending on the base extract used to create the distillate, higher or lower levels of CBD can be found. The higher the purity level, the more crystalline the compound becomes.
WHAT FORMS IT COMES IN & ENTOURAGE EFFECT
Full spectrum refers to the presence of any number of naturally occurring trace cannabinoids, flavanoids, terpenes and nutrients found within whole plant extracts and oils.
Essentially, full spectrum hemp oil is a minimally refined hemp extract that strives to maintain as much of the original natural balance found within the particular genetic characteristics of a specific strain of cannabis.
This would be as opposed to a cannabinoid isolate (such as crystalline CBD) that will contain just one specific substance in +99% purity.
Common Trace Constituents Found In Whole Plant Hemp Oils:
Cannabidiolic acid (CBDa)
This spectrum of additional beneficial elements serves to buffer and potentiate the effects of the primary cannabinoids such as CBD and THC in the body, as well as imparting their own host of unique effects, flavors and odors.
The terpene Myrcene for example (also found in Mangos) is well known for its ability to potentiate the effects of THC in the body. This beneficial interaction in turn allows THC to more easily cross over the blood brain barrier.
Broad spectrum distillate by contrast offers CBD at around 80% purity along with the full complement of trace beneficial cannabinoids found within the whole hemp plant such as CBG, CBN, CBC as well as common cannabis terpenes such as myrcene, pinene and linolool.
These whole plant substances have a complex interaction with the primary cannabinoids CBD and THC in the body (referred to as the entourage effect), and for this reason, many consumers prefer a full or broad spectrum oil as opposed to a concentrated single substance isolate.
Cannabidiol that has been refined and isolated at up to 99.9% pharmaceutical grade purity, typically in a crystalline form.
CBD Distillate (Our Phase 1)
CBD distillate is a highly purified form of CBD oil, typically produced via short path or fractional distillation methods.
Finished Cannabidiol distillate resembles clear golden honey in consistency and generally approaches around 80% CBD in purity, depending upon the quality of the base extract used for the distillation. Depending on the methods used to create a distillate, purity levels can range from 80-95%, with the substance crystalizing as a result.
VI Blending (Our Phase 2)
The Entourage Effect
The sum of this spectrum of complimentary substances and its effect upon uptake or activity in combination with our own body’s endocannabinoid system is often referred to as the “entourage effect”.
A full spectrum cannabis oil engages the body’s own endocannabinoid system (ECS). The endocannabinoid system in turn helps regulate a wide variety of functions in the body ranging from pain, nausea, vomiting, anxiety, seizures, appetite, and spasms and is found in all living beings on Earth.
It has long been observed in labs in countries such as Israel that have been able to conduct funded research on cannabis compounds, that whole plant or “full spectrum” cannabis extracts often appear to outperform the isolated elements themselves in various testing environments and animal models.
Full spectrum formulations have synergistic compounds that interact together to help unlock the full potential of the plant, the way nature designed. For this reason, many knowledgeable consumers seek out whole plant, or full spectrum formulations because of the increased therapeutic benefits they provide
Full spectrum CBD oil derived from domestic industrial hemp will naturally contain trace amounts of THC, not to exceed the .3% threshold set by the 2018 Farm Bill. THC is quite useful in upregulating the body’s endocannabinoid receptor status and is beneficial in whole plant cannabis extracts, even at the trace amounts found in hemp oils.
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