Frequently Asked Questions

Nurture With Nature

Our mission is to make clean and effective wellness products accessible for every body, every day. We harness the power found in nature to fuel your body and mind, helping you live healthy – not high.

Various states treat various forms of CBD in different manners. Please research your local and state laws or consult with an attorney if you are curious whether CBD is legal in your area.

  • CBD Oil Tinctures
  • Water Soluble CBD
  • CBD Paste
  • Ingestibles
  • Creams and Salves
  • Vape
  • Bath & Body products
  • CBD Pet Products

It can be difficult for the average consumer to determine by their own means the quality of CBD products. The lack of specific industry standards generates confusingly labeled products. Consumers can be easily deceived about what they are really paying for. Many consumers may not pay attention to product content. This is the reason COAs are a must-have for reliable, regulatory-abiding CBD manufacturers. They unveil a more accurate composition for each product.

Only an accredited laboratory can give precise results. Having a third-party lab test provides a more accurate report and gives the consumer higher accuracy regarding information about the product composition.

With a COA, you will find information about the product that includes when the test was held, who executed it, and who requested it. Each COA has its certificate ID. Usually, test results in COA are shown in one of the following ways:

  • Milligrams (mg) of CBD in the full product,
  • Milligrams (mg) of CBD per gram (g),
  • Milligrams (mg) of CBD per milliliter (ml)

At the top of the table, you will see three acronyms:

LoD (Limit of Detection), LoQ (Limit of Quantitation), and LoB (Limit of Blank).

LoD: This is the lowest value that the testing instrument can detect the presence of a substance or compound.

LoQ: Generally, for the laboratory to report a result value, the number must be greater than or equal to the LOQ number listed in each row of the test column for each compound tested.

LoB (also known as The Critical Value): is the highest apparent analyte concentration expected to be located when replicates of a blank sample containing no analyte are tested.

For your safety and health, always consult your physician if you are considering taking CBD in conjunction with any other prescribed medication.

Drug tests are highly variable, and some search for the presence of THC while others search for both CBD and THC. Please discuss this with your doctor or whoever is administering the test if you have additional questions.

CBD isolate: CBD isolate is a crystalline solid or powder that contains 99% pure CBD. A traditional extraction process removes all the active compounds from the cannabis plant, followed by a refinement process that strips away all other phytocannabinoids, including THC, and any plant matter, leaving behind nothing but the CBD chemical compound in its purest form.

Best For:

  • Individuals who were recommended to specifically take high doses of CBD
  • Individuals with sensitivity to THC or other cannabinoids
  • Individuals who regularly undergo drug screening tests
  • Individuals who prefer light flavors or no flavor
  • Individuals living in states that have strict THC-laws
  • First-time users that may be hesitant about other cannabinoids

Broad Spectrum CBD: Broad spectrum CBD is a bit of a mix between Full Spectrum CBD and CBD Isolate.

Like Full Spectrum CBD, the other compounds found within the plant are preserved in the extract; however, like CBD Isolate, THC is completely removed.

Best For:

  • Individuals with conditions that CBD isolate alone could not alleviate
  • Individuals with sensitivity to THC
  • Individuals living in states that have strict THC-laws
  • First-time users that are hesitant about THC
  • Individuals who regularly undergo drug screening tests

Full Spectrum CBD: Full spectrum CBD is an extract that contains all compounds that are naturally occurring in the plant, including terpenes, essential oils, and other cannabinoids.

The full spectrum of cannabinoids, terpenes, and essential oils extracted from the plant work together to magnify the therapeutic benefits of each individual cannabinoid. This is commonly referred to as the “entourage effect”.

Best For:

  • Individuals with more severe conditions or conditions that CBD isolate and Broad Spectrum could not alleviate