What is UNREFINED full spectrum DARK CBD?
Short answer: Unrivaled potency. This is BEYOND full-spectrum.
Long answer: Most other CBD products on the market – even full-spectrum – involve some amount of refinement. The problem with this is that the more you refine any hemp product, the more nutrients are lost, so the most effective CBD products you can get are the ones that can call themselves unrefined. Only our products can say that.
As we say around here, refined CBD is like taking a vitamin C tablet instead of eating an orange. Sure, you may technically have more of the so-called active ingredient, but the human body is far more complex than that; all the other botanical compounds in the plant, many of which are potent antioxidants and anti-inflammatories in their own right, interact to maximize their effectiveness. We keep all that good stuff in there.
Our CBD is DARK, just the way nature intended it. And who are we to argue with Mother Nature?
This is from hemp, right? Will it make me high?
Short answer: No, it will NOT make you high.
Long answer: All CBD products on the market are required by law to contain <0.3% THC. That’s less than three-tenths of a percent. Our products fall well below that threshold.
CBD-rich industrial hemp and THC-rich marijuana are different varieties of the same plant species (Cannabis sativa) that have been intentionally bred for separate purposes.
Think of it like a Siberian husky versus a German shepherd. They’re both dogs, technically members of the same species (Canis familiaris), but selective breeding has produced vastly different characteristics between the two.
Do you have labwork verifying what’s in your salves/cartridges/tinctures/NOIDS?
Yes! We have multi-stage labwork backing up what we say is in our products, available upon request for every level of extract we offer. We even have lab work for our master batch if you want to read all 14 pages of it.
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.