CBD CRUDE OIL

Also known as Full Extract Oil or Rick Simpson Oil, this is truly a full spectrum hemp oil. The decarboxylated hemp is thoroughly extracted using alcohol. The alcohol is gently removed by boiling under vacuum, leaving behind only CBD, terpenes and other extracted plant compounds.

 

Quantity

Price

1kg

$1,850/kg

2-9kg

$1,780/kg

10-14kg

$1,700/kg

15-39kg

$1,650/kg

40-74kg

$1,590/kg

75kg or more

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NO Pesticides
NO Synthetics
NO Additives or Dyes
NO Residual Solvents
NO Heavy Metals
NON-GMO
NO Preservatives, Artificial Flavors, or Sweeteners

COAs Available Upon Request

Derived from domestically grown, high CBD Maine hemp

Natural Harvest Farms tests the potency of every batch of CBD Distillate produced

We are lab-tested, certified and insured

We exclusively use organic farming practices
Gluten-free, soy-free, vegan

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What is CBD Crude Oil?

Choosing Natural Harvest Farms as your CBD cultivar is a smart and efficient choice. When we planted our first ever crop of approximately 100,000 high CBD industrial hemp plants in early 2019, we took the extra steps necessary to meticulously sort and preserve only the very best looking high CBD hemp seeds. This 26:1 CBD:THC ratio seed grows big, tall and thick with massive buds and a vast amount of trichomes. 

Why Use CBD Crude Oil?

People claim that cannabinoids like CBD interact with the body’s endocannabinoid system, a complex system that contributes to a variety of biological processes like inflammation responses, relaxation, sleeping, and appetite.

By linking with the two main types of cannabinoid receptors, CB1 and CB2, which are found on cells throughout the body, CBD interacts with the endocannabinoid system, helping it in the regulation of homeostasis — the body’s natural state of balance.

How to Use CBD Crude Oil

There are many ways you can use CBD Crude Oil. Tinctures, capsules, topical salves, lotions, edibles and dietary supplements to name a few.

You can add the oil to food or beverages and consume orally, you can administer it sublingually under the tongue, or you can infuse topical lotions or salves to be applied directly to the skin.

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