Our farm has developed unique genetic strains of hemp that produces high levels of phytocannabinoids (plant-derived cannabinoids) while maintaining compliance with state restrictions.
The broad spectrum cannabinoid hemp is then tested and processed in our laboratory using the latest extraction, post-extraction, and analytical technology to further minimize and totally eliminate contaminants from its oils. We then have our products 3rd party tested to insure the highest quality and consistency. Our full spectrum Hemp Oil exceeds 70% cannabinoids. We also offer zero THC options as well.
Our whole plant extracted hemp oil contains measurable phytocannabinoids including CBD, CBC, CBG, CBN and others not yet identified. According to current research, each of these phytocannabinoids have unique medical benefits. Our hemp oil also contains other compounds, including various flavonoids and terpenes imparting additional benefits, characteristic flavors, and aromas to the oil.
There is a big difference between hemp seed oil and whole hemp oil.
Whole hemp oil, also known as the broad spectrum phytocannabinoid rich hemp oil, which is used in all Note CBD products, is the complete oil extracted from the leaves and flowers of hemp strains wherein the cannabinoids and terpenes are in high concentrations.
Whole hemp oil is what provides the ‘Entourage Effect’ which is the interdependent action of the various hemp phytocannabinoids on the human endocannabinoid system, which provides the optimal physical benefits, according to research.
Hemp seed oil is produced from pressed hemp seeds, usually from industrial hemp plants grown for fiber, animal feeds, industrial lubricants and used as a food additive. Hemp seed oil contains proteins and essential fatty acids including Omega 2 and 3, but only whole hemp oil contains beneficial phytocannabinoids, terpenes and other compounds. The low quality, low to zero, phytocannabinoid strength oils extracted from the stems and roots of low grade hemp are imported into the US from China, Europe, and Canada. In addition to having very low levels of phytocannabinoid achieved by adding phytocannabinoid compound isolates, they often contain heavy metals and pesticide residues.
Research indicates that the best therapeutic benefits can only be provided by the broad phytocannabinoid spectrum in whole hemp oils and the phytocannabinoids contained in its derivatives.
Cannabinoids are a group of fatty compounds found in hemp but also produced by the human body. A physiologic system that regulates many of our basic functions within the human body called the endocannabinoid system (ECS), which has receptors that these compounds fit into. ECS uses cannabinoids to support cells and healthy immune system function, despite fluctuations in our external environment. The ECS works to regulate the body’s immune and central nervous systems, to ensure they are operating in a state of dynamic equilibrium, or homeostasis.
Endocannabinoid receptors receive both naturally-occurring cannabinoids (made within the body) and external cannabinoids (such as phyto-cannabinoids, produced by plants).
Over 113 phytocannabinoids can be isolated from the cannabis plant. Cannabidiol, or CBD, the most widely known, is emerging as a viable tool for regulating, equalizing and enhancing our health, wellness and even happiness. Others include Cannabigerol (CBG), Cannabichromene (CBC) and others.
Note CBD’s broad spectrum phytocannabinoid rich hemp oil contains high concentrations of hemp's phytocannabinoids, plus terpenes, flavonoids, and other valuable hemp compounds to help maintain human health.
While we are not certified organic, YET, our stringent farming practices reflect our goal to become certified. In fact, we have already begun the process and hope to achieve this in the very near future. We never use any pesticides, herbicides, or fungicides, and even create our own organic fertilizer.
As with any dietary supplement, we recommend consulting your physician prior to adding cannabinoids, with naturally occurring CBD, to your daily routine.