Hemp and marijuana can both be described as cannabis sativa. Hemp contains a higher concentration of cannabidiol (CBD) with less than 0.3% of THC, while marijuana has a significantly higher concentration of THC. that helps maintain balance.
A naturally occurring, non-intoxicating cannabinoid found in the cannabis plant. Next to the more popular cannabinoid THC, cannabidiol (CBD) is the second most abundant in the cannabis plant without the psychoactive affect.
After months of rigorous testing and research, we strongly believe whole plant CBD (otherwise known as full spectrum) is the only way to go. Why?
as compared to:
Removes only the THC, leaving all other cannabinoids.
Removes all other cannabinoids, leaving only the CBD
WE PREFER TO LEAVE THE CANNABIS EXTRACT AS CLOSE TO IT'S NATURAL FORM AS POSSIBLE THAT'S WHY WE CHOOSE FULL SPECTRUM OVER BROAD SPECTRUM OR CBD ISOLATE.
Where the hemp is coming from.
Do they have third party lab testing,
and is it easily accessible to you?
FULL SPECTRUM PRESERVES THE BENEFICIAL ELEMENTS OF THE PLANT, LEAVING ALL THE POWERFUL CANNABINOIDS INTACT TO DO THEIR THING, WHILE ALSO UTILIZING THE NATURALLY OCCURRING TERPENES, ESSENTIAL VITAMINS, AND FATTY ACIDS TO BRING YOU THE HIGHEST EFFECTIVE POTENCY OF HEMP-DERIVED CBD WITH LESS THAN 0.3% THC.