The Lab

Our Source

The quality of CBD oil is ultimately based on its source--where and how the hemp was grown. Hemp easily absorbs everything from the soil as it grows. Which means that if there are contaminates in the soil, there are contaminates in the hemp. If there are contaminates in the hemp, there are contaminates in the oil.

If you are in the market for a high quality oil, “certified organic” is the way to go. This will ensure that you are not consuming contaminates such as pesticides, lead, mercury or mold.

Our sun-grown hemp is USDA certified organic and grown locally here on the south side of Kauai!

Our Process

Always ask yourself how the oil was extracted. Many companies use cheap methods that involve toxic solvents such as propane, hexane, pentane, and butane, which are flammable hydrocarbon gases. These neurotoxic solvents may leave unsafe residues that compromise immune function, or even cause cardiac and respiratory problems.

On the other hand, Organic Ethanol extraction is the cleanest and safest method for extracting full spectrum cannabinoids. And unlike the competing extraction methods, Ethanol is also a sanitizing agent, which helps to prolong a product’s shelf life!

Our CBD is processed only with organic cane ethanol and mixed with organic medium-chain triglycerides (MCT) oil delivering the highest of quality of full spectrum Hawaiian CBD oil.

Our Capabilities

Water Soluble CBD

Our proprietary nano-emulsified water soluble CBD product is formulated from our isolate powder.

Isolate

Our Isolate product is a solid, crystalline CBD which is made up of 98%+ CBD derived from our distillate.

Full Spectrum & Broad Spectrum CBD Distillate

Our distillate product is made from distilling our crude oil to remove carbohydrate impurities from the oil.

Crude

Crude is our unrefined hemp extract produced after an initial wash with re-used organic cane ethanol.

The use of modern purification technology to produce CBD oils that retain compounds of interest but remove impurities and contaminants needs to become the standard in Hawaii.