Our research and development department focuses on various industries of consumer goods. We develop in-house products for white labeling and offer the adaptation of formulas for private labeling. Thanks to important partnerships, we can deliver ready-to-sell products with your branding based on our own recipes. We also work with outside companies to jointly develop CBD infused products and expand our own portfolio. We rely on strict quality control procedures and responsible, sustainable business practices. Our test procedures in our in-house laboratory meet the highest standards. The raw materials we use all come from Switzerland and are subject to constant controls and analyzes to ensure the highest quality. This ensures the dosing accuracy, as it is important that our customers receive the same quality over and over again. Our certificates of analysis are available on request.
CBD stands for cannabidiol and belongs to the group of cannabinoids. Cannabinoids are obtained from the female hemp plant.
CBD is the second most common cannabinoid after the better known THC. Unlike THC, CBD has no psychoactive effects, i.e. it does not get you high, does not cause intoxication or hallucinations, and does not change consciousness. In addition, even in high doses, CBD generally does not cause any relevant side effects. In short, CBD provides relaxation without being high.
CBD works through what are known as cannabinoid receptors. In their entirety, these receptors represent the so-called endocannabinoid system in the human body. CBD has a similar chemical composition to our endocannabinoids and is thus able to interact with cells in our body via the endocannabinoid system.
CBD has many positive effects, so it can affect the following:
Scientific and clinical studies underline the great potential of CBD as a possible form of therapy for a variety of diseases. Thanks to its antioxidant properties, CBD can protect cells and genes from negative influences and acts as a free radical catcher. It has neuroprotective and neurogenic effects, and its anti-cancer properties are currently being investigated in several academic research centers around the world.
Process for reducing and removing plant lipids via a low temperature single solvent isolation and filtration.