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We Provide Top Quality

Hemp-Derived Products

Not all hemp is the same, meaning that not all CBD is equal. Rest assured that our manufacturer is a top CBD enterprise and a member of the American Hemp Roundtable. If you want to produce the very best goods, we believe that quality must be prioritized in every phase. As a guide, we have made sure that we work with the right individuals and organizations to meet high business expectations.

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Best Industry


We were sure to carefully choose our partners to further our goal to create the best CBD products in the region. After a thorough review, our team has chosen to partner with some of the best suppliers of hemp-derived cannabinoids, producers, and distributors in the United States.   

Our innovative and comprehensive product team ensures that all ingredients are correctly processed and tested in multiple research labs.

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Our Process For Top Notch CBD products

1: Top Notch Farming

Each product we produce begins with our own pure, high-CBD, hemp strains. All our hemp are sourced from rich-soil farms in the United States. Our farmers follow strict agricultural practices while using cutting-edge farming methods. It enhances our organic strains' quality and ensures the safety, compliance, and potency of our products.

Innovative water conservation activities are part of these agricultural processes. We also use the "green sea" technique, which means that we grow more dense hemp plants that mature faster. This helps us prevent the use of herbicides. We cultivate cannabis in a way that allows natural predators to avoid the use of pesticides as well.

2: Processing Raw Hemp

After being harvested, the plants we use are dried and stored. It's milled into a coarse powder when we need a plant for production. The milling method conforms to the highest quality standards. Once refined, it is shipped to our Colorado processing and production plant.

3: Superficial CO2 Extraction

Calm Naturals is a cGMP compliant business therefore we meet the highest production standards.

The superficial CO2 extraction process, our proprietary extraction and curing of hemp are some of the best industry practices. This allows the retention of a significant number of hemp's beneficial phytocannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids. The outcome? Broad-spectrum Hemp oil of the highest quality

While CBD alone provides many advantages, multiple research shows that the product works better in presence of other cannabinoids and terpenes. This is known as the entourage effect.

The process is not fully complete. Unwanted plant solids such as waxes and chlorophyll are removed from the oil after they have been extracted.

4: Separation

The hemp extract is isolated from the supercritical CO2 used in the extraction process before further refining. The CO2 is recycled and used again in the distillation process once this step is complete.

5: THC Removal & Purification

We need to make sure that no detectable THC is present in our products. The extraction of THC is one of the crucial steps in the process. THC is a psychoactive compound of marijuana that induces a "high" feeling.

The proprietary technology also eliminates other unwanted substances, including wax, chlorophyll, plant pigments, and small THC. It is "washed" and "cured" afterward.

Our products contain no detectable THC, as you can see in our laboratory reports.

6: Tests by Third-Party Labs

The primary aim of the third party tests is to provide an impartial review of our products. Each batch is subject to the most stringent testing available: microbial (E. coli, yeast, mold), potency (ensures that the label is in the bottle), toxic metals (lead, arsenic, mercury, and cadmium), and pesticides (60 in total).

Whenever possible, we aim to use organic products. Our product features — a Q.R. code that connects both the in-house raw oil lab reports and the end product testing by third parties.

7: Our Patented Nano emulsion Technology

The processing doesn't stop at phase six since our oils go through another step of the process. Hemp oil is transformed into Nano-sized emulsions by a proprietary process, resulting in increased absorption and enhanced efficacy.

Besides our Nano emulsion process, we also use other patented technologies to produce water-soluble hemp powders for our dogs' treats and energy mixes. This water-soluble format is more bioavailable than regular hemp oil because your body has difficulty absorbing oils.

What does that mean to you? You will experience the same benefits as you would have with a standard CBD product but with a smaller serving size. We think this is a good reason to rejoice.

Better methods, better products, better results — with Calm Naturals, you still get the best.

Certificate of Analysis (CoA)

Find the Q.R. code and use your phone to scan it. Look at your product bottle's back to find the lot number for the product and enter it on your phone. The laboratory results include information on the date of manufacture, characteristics (such as consistency and color), strength, terpenes, pesticides, heavy metals, solvents, etc. This page contains both internal and laboratory reports from third parties. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us!

Section 2:

CBD: The Ultimate Guide


CBD (Cannabidiols), a cannabis derivative, is becoming more commonly known. Today, there are so many CBD products ranging from edibles, tinctures, topicals, and a wide variety of cosmetics. Pet owners who choose to tap into the medicinal advantages of CBD also get CBD dog treats.

With that in mind, let's go straight to the Ultimate CBD Guide.

Using Our CBD Guide

We have divided this into five parts:

  • Basic details on CBD Oil

  • Your health and CBD Oil

  • CBD Oil Research Studies

  • CBD oil Administration and Dosage

  • Beginner's Guide on CBD

Chapter 1: Takes into account some basic CBD oil facts, like what CBD is and the source of CBD. We will also respond to some of the new CBD users' most popular queries.

Chapter 2: We will discuss some of the CBD oil ingredients and their effects on the human body.

Chapter 3: We are going to explore the possible benefits of CBD.

Chapter 4: We will discuss some of the products containing CBD oil and how to use CBD oil.

Chapter 5: We will begin with some tips on choosing the best product and finding a trustworthy source.

Chapter 1, 2 and 3 fall under "foundational knowledge,", so you don't have to read if you are anxious to start right away.

We suggest that you head to Chapters 4 and 5 to make sure you have the proper product. Learn how to use it and decide on dosage amount. If you already use or bought some CBD, you can go back and learn more to become more knowledgeable about how the CBD oil works and dosage recommendations.

A Brief CBD Oil History

CBD oil has a storied and long history, although nobody had ever heard of CBD just a quarter-century ago. Modern science has today established a family of compounds called cannabinoids and the human endocannabinoid system. We are now starting to recognize the effect of CBD on the human body.

CBD Oil Use In Medieval Times

In ancient China, around 6,000 B.C., the first documented cannabis usage records emerged just after human civilization. Still, CBD usage became apparent at around 2700 B.C.

CBD Oil Guide Chapter 1: CBD Oil Basics

We will talk about some critical information in this chapter, like the meaning, source of CBD, and how CBD is manufactured. Moreover, we will also respond to some of the most the Frequently asked Questions by users.

What Is CBD Oil?

CBD oil is a natural oil obtained from the leaves and flowers of marijuana plant. It is has therapeutic properties, and used for a variety of purposes by many people worldwide.

CBD oil has a wide variety of active compounds, such as terpenes and cannabinoids, discussed more closely in Chapter 2. These compounds perform much better in the presence of each other. Other beneficial ingredients, including minerals, vitamins, amino acids, and omega fatty acids, may depend on the substance's formulation.

Know More About The Marijuana Plant

Cannabis is a member of  Cannabaceae plant genus. There are two primary varieties of cannabis, Cannabis indica and Cannabis sativa, grown for human consumption.

Sativa plants are prolific and produces more fiber, these are the species from which the cultivation of hemp started. Indica plants are bushier, shorter, and not suitable for agricultural or food production purposes but are well suited for developing medical cannabis.

Hemp vs. Marijuana

Cannabis contains plenty of THC (delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol), which is the psychoactive compound responsible for “stoning."

The cannabis, which is primarily grown for medicinal and leisure purposes, is correctly regarded as a "drug." In the cultivation of marijuana, farmers can use Indica, Sativa strains and a hybrid of the two.

The federal government of the United States treats marijuana as a Class 1 regulated substance. Nevertheless, several states have enacted laws governing cannabis growing and authorizing its use as medicine. Today, – states have legalized marijuana for recreational purposes.

Marijuana isn’t Hemp. Hemp contains cannabinoids, but it does contain insignificant amounts of THC. Hemp must have less than 0.3 percent THC, indeed, to be legally cultivated. Hemp is also cultivated as an industrial crop because its fiber is used in textiles and even in construction materials.

What Are The Different Forms of CBD Oil?

Let’s dive into some of the forms of CBD Oil and compare their unique features. It is vital to bear in mind that some of these terms have changed as the industry grows.

CBD From Marijuana vs. CBD From PCR Hemp

Hemp oils and Marijuana oils follow the same extraction process. Marijuana oil is known as cannabis oil. Its extracts may have some CBD but should contain a minimum legal THC. High marijuana extracts shall remain illegal under the Controlled Substances Act, according to Schedule 1.

For this article, our only concern is CBD oil produced from PCR hemp. We are not concerned with cannabis oils derived from THC-containing marijuana or industrial hemp extracts containing low cannabinoids and terpenes concentrations.

CBD Concentrate vs. Raw CBD Oil

When the hemp plant's essential oils are first extracted, raw hemp extract is the resulting product. The natural extract can eliminate undesirable substances such as waxes and chlorophyll through various filtration and distillation processes and produce different kinds of oils that vary in purity and CBD content. These processed oils are known as CBD or CBD distillate CBD concentrate.


CBD Isolate

CBD can be isolated and purified, as well. In the industry, pure CBD is classified as CBD isolate. Cannabinoids are solid crystals in their pure form and at room temperature. CBD isolate may be eaten directly or used as an ingredient in other processed foods and drinks but is free of the valuable terpenes and other cannabinoids naturally present in the plant.

Broad Spectrum CBD Oil 

CBD oil Broad-spectrum is similar to the full spectrum of oil. As we stated, full-spectrum CBD oil preserves cannabinoid and terpene concentrations present in raw PCR hemp extract. Such concentrations of beneficial cannabinoids and terpenes are also found in broad-spectrum CBD oil; however, all THC trace quantities are removed. This is fine for those who don't want THC at all in their CBD products.

Full Spectrum CBD Oil

We previously mentioned another class of cannabinoids known as terpenes. As the normal balance of cannabinoids and terpenes in the original plant is preserved, these items are referred to as full-spectrum oils.

CBD-Infused Oil

The word CBD-infused can describe a product infused with purified CBD isolate or a product infused with a concentrate rich in CBD, with a full spectrum or with a broad spectrum. A correctly labeled product defines the ingredients that have been used. If "CBD isolate" is used, the product does not have a full spectrum. If "CBD-rich hemp oil (or extract)" or "CBD-full / broad/full spectrum oil" is included in the ingredients, you got a product with a full spectrum. It is necessary to know what is in a product since it creates various effects.

CBD-Rich Oil/Phytocannabinoid-Rich (PCR)

You could hear CBD-rich oil as another term. In general, this term is used to label a CBD oil that has passed through some initial steps of filtration and distillation to eliminate undesirable compounds like chlorophyll and waxes. The resulting product has a higher CBD than a crude extract, which is why it is called "CBD-rich oil."

A List of CBD Oil Products

In short, several products have different concentrations of CBD and other cannabinoids and terpenes.​​

  • Hemp seed oil — Oil extracted from hemp seeds, which does not contain CBD.

  • Raw industrial hemp extract — A low-quality CBD oil source.

  • CBD Isolate — Purified CBD that doesn't contain other beneficial terpenes and cannabinoids.

  • CBD Infused — A substance that is infused with pure CBD but is also often used to refer to full-spectrum products

  • CBD Rich Oil/Phytocannabinoid-Rich (PCR) — CBD or oil infused with CBD concentration either full spectrum or broad spectrum.

  • Broad Spectrum Oil — Oil abundant in CBD and the beneficial cannabinoids and terpenes found in hemp EXCEPT for THC

  • Raw PCR Hemp Extract — A high-quality, full or broad-spectrum product rich in CBD and includes hemp compounds, including cannabinoids and terpenes

  • CBD Concentrate/ Distillate — A full spectrum or broad-spectrum substance that contains no undesirable substance.

Now that we have explained these terms, let's address some of the most common questions asked by novice users.







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