How do I find the right CBD?By Rooted_Admin | Comments: 0 | June 26, 2019
1. Is it broad spectrum, full spectrum or isolate?
When choosing CBD, it is important to pay attention to the plant profile. Typically, broad spectrum and full spectrum have a larger plant profile. Full spectrum can have up to .03% THC, which may cause some to be weary depending on personal preference. We have sourced broad spectrum due to leading sober lifestyle and feel comfortable and confident in the broad
spectrum plant profile!
2. How is the CBD sourced?
It is SO important to know how you’re CBD is sourced! We researched different labs for about half a year until we made our decision! We wanted to know that our CBD was thoroughly tested and extracted in clean and top grade environments. We work with a lab that is the largest known vertically-integrated producer, manufacturer, and distributor of hemp-derived phytocannabinoids in North America. Our manufacturer is the world’s only hemp company issued a Certificate of Free Sale and a Manufactured Food Establishment License by the Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment (CDPHE). These certifications help establish our lab as the industry’s premier hemp company for manufacturing, processing and fulfilling phytocannabinoid-rich CBD oil, water-soluble technologies and finished food products. No other hemp company has met the requirements needed to be licensed as a Manufactured Food Establishment and receive a Certificate of Free Sale. To view our lab results, click here (insert lab results)
3. What other mixing agents does it have?
We use quillaja extract with our CBD, as well as vegetable glycerin. Quillaia is a plant native to Chile and the inner bark can be used as medicine. Quillaja has many hundreds of years of traditional and historical use as a medicinal plant in the Andean culture and is highly regarded for its medicinal properties. The extract from this unique Chilean plant has a variety of traditional uses, but is also a natural emulsifier.
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