Edibles: Organic ingredients, CBD Oil, and natural flavoring.
Tablets: AM/PM tablets to help provide convenient access to smokeless CBD.
In addition to selling high-purity and naturally-formulated cannabidiol oil products, NutraCanna also maintains a very informative blog. There you can find detailed explanations of the benefits of hemp-derived oil, discussions of the latest CBD oil research, and even guides on how much hemp-derived oil you should consider taking.
Types of CBD Products Offered
CBD hemp oil is one of the most exciting topics we’ve covered, to be honest. The concept that a natural compound can have such wide-reaching benefits for human health is incredible. For the most part, we’re still holding our tongues about many of the specific benefits reported by many users—at least until substantiated research grows a bit more.
Other Ingredients: CBD Oils are suspended in Non-GMO Coconut MCT Oil.
CBD Oil isn’t something that occurs naturally, at least not in the form that most people are looking for. There’s plenty to be aware of while shopping for CBD oil but the basics are this: look for potency, look for purity, and look at other ingredients. NutraCanna products fall well within the range of what we consider respectable and high-grade for each of these considerations:
NutraCanna doesn’t just offer cannabidiol oil but has a wide range of products to select from. They offer CBD oils, encapsulated hemp-derived oil supplements, hemp oil-infused topical creams, and even cannabidiol edibles! A quick glance through their catalog shows an option for nearly every demand.
Sourcing and TestingA very important factor in creating a botanical product is the raw
Botany Ingredients Lately? Purchasing and testing botanical ingredients to ensure safety and efficacy
With an increased battle on the claims and packaging that promote the healthy benefits of botanical extracts, todays consumers want guarantees of efficiency, said Damien Guillemet, technical development director at Nexira. A product has to be safe, of quality, natural and effective for consumers. This effectiveness can be measured by in vitro, in vivo and clinical analysis and supported by an extensive literature review. The properties highlighted have to be demonstrated and supported by scientific studies and related to a recommended dosage and an explanation of mechanism of action.
Some supplement manufacturers might claim to use white willow bark (Salix alba) as a anti-inflammatory agent, but instead order purple willow bark (Salix purpurea). If the manufacturer uses it while labeling it as white willow bark, the product is adulterated under GMP (good manufacturing practice) standards.
Several main types of procedures are used to determine purity and potency as well as the presence of contaminants: high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC), thin layer chromatography (TLC), high-pressure thin layer chromatography (HPTLC), mass spectrometry (MS), gas chromatography (GC), infrared (IR) and ultraviolet (UV) spectroscopy as well as UV-visible (Vis) detector, diode array detector, refractive index (RI) detector and nuclear magnetic resonance. Testing for adulterants and contaminates is of upmost importance as the implications of a contaminated product can be harmful.