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Frequently Asked Questions

Cannabidiol (CBD) is a compound and can be derived from hemp or from non-hemp plants. Hemp is defined as any part of the cannabis sativa plant with no more than 0.3% of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC).

CBD is thought to interact with receptors in the central nervous system, and some evidence points toward a calming effect brought on by CBD.

CBD is thought to have neuroprotective effects due to how it interacts with CB2 receptors in the brain. CBD acts on these receptors by creating an anti-inflammatory response in immune cells in the brain. This reduces the amount of damage caused by inflammation in the brain.

Whether infused or not, all gummies are made with three primary ingredients: sugar, a thickener such as gelatin or fruit pectin, and flavoring. To make CBD gummies, the ingredients are mixed, heated, and poured into molds. After the cooking process, the CBD isolate is added to infuse the gummies before they harden.

Plant material, like cannabis, is soaked in ethanol. The plant material is then filtered to separate the solid from the liquid solvent-solute solution. The solution is processed using rotary evaporation or falling film evaporation to remove the solvent. This results in a crude botanical extract.

CBD oils and tinctures are taken sublingually, or under the tongue. It absorbs through mucous membranes straight into the bloodstream and bypasses the digestive process.

CBD Isolate Powder is the key ingredient for some of the industry’s most recognized CBD products. With greater than or equal to 98% potency, CBD isolate is extracted in a highly controlled environment and refined to guarantee exceptional purity and consistency. 

Yes. To qualify for a sample please contact or call 833.223.1011 between the hours of 9 AM and 5 PM MST.

You can purchase our CBD by contacting or calling 833.223.1011 between the hours of 9 AM and 5 PM MST.

Pricing varies depending on amount ordered. Please contact or call 833.223.1011 between the hours of 9 AM and 5 PM MST.

Yes. Our distribution center in Belfast, Northern Ireland services our UK and EU customers. Contact for more information.

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

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 out our blog post “Why Choose Isolate?” for more information.

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.

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

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 in testing. 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. 

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

Water-solubility refers to the ability of a substance to be dispersed in water. CBD is an oil. This can create problems when it comes to its bioavailability, or the degree to which it can be absorbed and used by the body, or in how it mixes into or stays in a consistent solution within a beverage. Learn more by visiting our blog – Discover How to Make CBD Water-Soluble for Maximum Benefits.

Cannabichromene (CBC) is a cannabinoid, which is a type of compound found in the cannabis plant. CBC, like other cannabinoids, is derived from the cannabis plant’s leaves, flowers, and stems. Specifically, CBC is produced through a process involving the decarboxylation (the removal of a carboxyl group) of cannabichromenic acid (CBCA), the acidic precursor to CBC. Read our blog for more information. 

There are many different synergistic combinations that include Cannabichromene (CBC).

CBD and CBC: A Balanced Duo

  • Complementary Effects: CBD, known for its calming and therapeutic properties, can complement the potential benefits of CBC.
  • Consumer Appeal: Products combining CBD and CBC can attract consumers familiar with CBD while introducing them to the benefits of CBC.

CBG and CBC: The Power Pair

  • Synergy: CBG, often called the ‘mother of all cannabinoids’, may work synergistically with CBC, enhancing the overall effect of the product.
  • Targeted Solutions: This combination can be tailored for specific wellness goals, appealing to consumers looking for targeted cannabinoid solutions.

CBN and CBC: For Relaxation and Wellness

  • Complementary Properties: CBN is typically associated with relaxation and sleep. When combined with CBC, it might offer a comprehensive wellness experience.
  • Night-Time Products: This combination can be particularly effective in products designed for relaxation and nighttime use. 

Our new formulation boasts a 20% CBD concentration, designed to meet the diverse preferences of our consumers. This concentration allows for a flexible range of serving sizes, catering to varying needs. Similarly, the 5% Ashwagandha concentration complements the CBD, aligning with our ethos of holistic well-being.

The Versatility of Our Product

With 200,000 mg of CBD and 50,000 mg of Ashwagandha per liter, our product offers versatility in serving sizes. For instance, from a single liter, approximately 20,000 servings of 10 mg CBD, 8,000 servings of 25 mg CBD, 6,667 servings of 30 mg CBD, and 1,905 servings of 105 mg CBD can be produced. This flexibility allows for a wide range of uses, depending on individual preferences and desired concentrations.

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