Why is our oil market leading?
Our oil is a broad spectrum distillate refined from Hemp extract. It is produced in Oregon, USA, to a very high spec – i.e. high CBD levels, and zero THC levels. This distillate is then used to make all our products.
Our producer was the first licenced extractor in California; they are science led, veterans of the cannabis, pharmaceutical and tech industries, their goal is to constantly push the boundaries of the benefits of this plant through their multi million pound facilities across the West Coast of the USA.
Their financial investment keeps Naturecan at the forefront of quality and development of all cannabinoids, and Naturecan have secured this oil exclusively into the UK, Europe, and Asia.
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CBD Extraction & Refinement Process
The product is refined from hemp extracts through two processes:
- THC removal through chromatography
The product spec of the oil is to contain between 90-95% CBD and also minimum 5% of the other high quality additional minor cannabinoids such as CBG, CBC, CBDA etc. This rich mix of other phytochemicals (cannabinoids, flavonoids, terpenoids etc) but with non-detectable (ND) THC leads to a high quality oil.
To have this mix of phytochemicals, at this level of potency, whilst removing the THC makes this product the most desirable oil to use to make finished products, on the market.
Naturecan Quality Testing
Our CBD oil goes through 7 quality tests to get the best product on the market:
CBD & Safety
As well as the content of the product being market leading, the product is also the safest on the market.
Any biomass that enters any of IAH facilities are tested before arrival and all end product is tested before it leaves. The product is then tested by an independent 3rd party tester to ensure safety and potency.
The tests carried out are for:
- Potency of CBD
- Residual solvents
Why our oil is different?
At Naturecan, we use an advanced purification system, developed by RotaChrom, called Centrifugal Partition Chromatography (CPC) to ensure that we can deliver 100% US grown CBD oil, of the highest purity and thus quality.
While traditional chromatography techniques, such as high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) and flash chromatography, are useful for extracting small amounts of purified product, they are costly (due to their use of silica) and time-consuming (owing to a more complex process), and therefore cannot be scaled effectively for medicinal use.
Furthermore, they utilize larger quantities of solvents, such as butane and ethanol, which can contaminate the extracted CBD distillate.
Thus, CPC offers an effective and efficient solution for the production of Broad Spectrum, zero THC, CBD oil. It also offers a greener and more sustainable chromatography solution, minimizing the environmental impact.
When using any Naturecan CBD product, you can be 100% assured of the high purity of the CBD oil, and 100% assured the oil was grown and produced in the USA, the most technologically advanced cannabinoid heartland in the world.
Is our oil a Full Spectrum Oil?
In short, it’s as full spectrum as it can be legally, without containing controlled substances like THC.
This is in reference to the fact our oil contains cannabinoids, terpenoids and other phytochemicals from the hemp plant.
So, with the removal of THC, we refer to the product as a Broad Spectrum Distillate.
Naturecan's CBD Broad-Spectrum
Our CBD oil is broad-spectrum! This means it contains a range of naturally occurring compounds from the cannabis plant. Our CBD oil is:
🍃 0% THC
🍃 GMO free
🍃 Fully traceable from seed to the oil
🍃 Clinically proven to be safe
🍃Certified quality ingredients
What's the difference between Broad-spectrum and full spectrum CBD oil?
The difference between Broad-spectrum and full-spectrum CBD is the presence of THC.
Broad-spectrum is entirely free of THC which is the psychoactive compound in the cannabis plant that provides the “high”). Our products contain zero THC.
Please check our infographic for more information about our CBD oil: