Working with CBD is legal; when the 2018 Farm Bill passed, hemp and all of its derivatives (except THC) were descheduled. CBD is currently being evaluated by the FDA for commercialization within the food, beverage, and supplement categories. We always recommend that you consult with your legal counsel to determine what’s best for your company. However, we are working with many large companies who are using this time for development so they can be ahead of the curve and ready to go once everything is greenlighted. We recommend developing now to ensure that you won’t be behind at a later date.
We source our CBD from the country’s largest CBD extractors/refiners that work with industrial hemp grown in the United States. We work closely with our vetted suppliers through our vendor assurance program to ensure the CBD used in our products is always high-quality, scalable, and consistent.
Yes, each lot of CBD is third-party tested for cannabinoid profile, microbiological organisms, heavy metals, residual solvents, and pesticides. Most of our testing is conducted by Eurofins, the acknowledged leader in industrial hemp testing with a wide scope of accredited testing capabilities.