Our CBD products are crafted from organically-grown hemp plants farmed in the mountains of Oregon and Colorado. They are all 100% vegan, non-GMO, and non-psychoactive.

Some are labeled “THC free broad-spectrum.” Others are labeled “full-spectrum" and contain trace amounts of THC. Both are perfectly legal and neither will get you high. 

Broad-spectrum vs. full-spectrum: what’s the difference, and how do you choose?

Our THC free broad-spectrum products contain a wide range of beneficial compounds found in the hemp plant. What they don’t contain is THC. Our broad-spectrum oils are not CBD isolates—in addition to CBD, they are rich in other cannabinoids and terpenes, the compounds responsible for flavor and aroma. But they have been specially crafted to be free of THC so that our customers all over the world can enjoy them safely and legally.

Our full spectrum products contain trace amounts of THC—less than 0.3% of the total cannabinoid content. That’s not nearly enough to produce a psychoactive effect, but it is enough to produce the many documented benefits of this unique natural compound.

Research suggests that taking small amounts of THC alongside CBD is more effective than taking CBD alone. This theory, called the “entourage effect,” asserts that the compounds in cannabis work best when they work together.

That’s why all of our products, whether broad-spectrum or full-spectrum, include a broad range of phytocannabinoids and terpenes. Lots of CBD products on the market—called isolates—purport to deliver CBD alone. But we think that nature got it right the first time. When we preserve the unique cannabinoid and terpene profiles of the plant, we create more opportunities for beneficial outcomes.