FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

ABOUT MILE HIGH LABS

Is Mile High Labs publicly traded?

No, Mile High Labs is a private company.

Where is Mile High Labs located?

Our corporate headquarters is located at 1011 Walnut St., Suite 200, Boulder, Colorado 80302. Our flagship extraction facility is located in Loveland, Colorado.

Does Mile High Labs operate in Europe?

Yes. We have offices in Belfast, Northern Ireland & London, United Kingdom.

How do I receive Mile High Labs news and updates?

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Does Mile High Labs grow hemp?

No. Mile High Labs sources all its hemp from pre-qualified cultivation partners that uphold the highest standards in their farming practices. All of our hemp is grown in the United States, and mainly comes from Colorado and Oregon.

What extraction process do you use?

We use alcohol extraction.

Are your CoAs available?

Yes. All of our CoAs are specific to each batch and are available upon request or on the client portal for existing customers.

How experienced are your lab technicians and quality assurance teams?

Our team provides over 30 years of experience in product and method development. With over 90% of the employees coming from pharmaceutical and analytical backgrounds, we can provide the highest level of quality testing and assurance.

How do I purchase a Mile High Monster?

We do not sell or license our proprietary extraction technology.

SALES & DISTRIBUTION

Do you provide samples of your CBD?

Yes. To qualify for a sample, please contact sales@milehighlabs.com or call 833.CBD.1011 between the hours of 9AM and 5PM MST.

How do I purchase your CBD?

You can purchase our CBD by contacting sales@milehighlabs.com or calling 833.CBD.1011 between the hours of 9AM and 5PM MST.

How much does your CBD cost?

Pricing varies depending on amount ordered. Please contact sales@milehighlabs.com or call 833.CBD.1011 between the hours of 9AM and 5PM MST.

Do you distribute CBD in Europe?

Yes. Our distribution center in Belfast services our UK and EU customers. Contact sales@milehighlabs.co.uk for more information.

Do you distribute CBD in Canada?

Not at the moment. We are working on obtaining the proper approval to ship to Canada.

PRIVATE LABEL & FORMULATIONS

How do I private label with Mile High?

Please contact privatelabel@milehighlabs.com with details regarding your request.

How long does private labeling take?

We can bring your product from concept to shelf in as little as 60 days.

Which CBD products do you private label?

Currently, we offer private labeling of tinctures, topicals and softgel capsules. We will have more products available in the near future.

Which CBD ingredients do you use in your private label products?

Currently, we only offer CBD isolate products. We will offer more options in the near future.

CBD 101

What is the difference between CBD full spectrum and isolate?

Full spectrum extracts contain CBD as well as a plethora of other cannabinoids, including THC. Isolate is CBD in its purest form and only contains cannabidiol. Check our our blog post Why Choose Isolate? for more information.

What is the difference between CBD and THC?

CBD and THC are two primary cannabinoids that occur naturally in hemp. The difference between the two is the arrangement of a single atom. Both bind to the CB2 receptor, but interact with the CB1 receptors in different ways.

Can CBD get me “high?”

No. CBD does not contain the psychoactive and mentally intoxicating effects that are typically associated with marijuanna and THC.

Can you fail a drug test due to CBD?

Not with CBD isolate, but potentially with full spectrum. At the moment, Mile High Labs focuses exclusively on the manufacturing and sale of CBD isolate products and ingredients. Because CBD isolate contains only the isolated cannabidiol molecule, there’s no concern of testing positive for THC.

Why do some potency tests go over/under 99% CBD?

MHL’s manufacturing process has been refined to eliminate any detectable THC. However, MHL cannot guarantee 99.999% CBD primarily due to acceptable inherent uncertainty. Items such as glassware, balances and HPLC instruments create a margin of error when testing. We compensate for this by calibrating our equipment daily and between runs. Learn more by reading our blog.

Where can I educate myself on CBD?

Check out our blog for in-depth information on CBD manufacturing and applications. For more general education, there are many valuable resources online.