Characteristics: Aqueous liquid solution
Molecular Weight: 314.46
Melting Point: 156°F (69°C)
FreshWater™ Soluble CBD Isolate
10% CBD | ≤ 0.05% THC | 100,000mg – 100mg/mL
Additional Cannabinoids – See Report
Our newest Fresh Water Soluble Liquid CBD Isolate combines ease-of-use with the simplicity of natural ingredients. FreshWater Soluble CBD Isolate is a potent and pure CBD isolate-based solution designed specifically for the beverage and wellness industries. Made with the highest quality CBD isolate available, FreshWater has everything you love and nothing you don’t. No sodium benzoate, no parabens and no harmful preservatives—just a virtually tasteless, CBD-rich formula that enhances your product without impacting flavor and mouthfeel. Experience what many of our customers are calling the best tasting CBD they’ve ever tried.
Availability: In stock
Industry-Leading Investments In Quality
Mile High Labs doesn’t just meet the quality standards for CBD—we set them. Our team of professionals, and our commitment to quality management systems, allows us to guarantee that what’s on the label matches what’s in the bottle. Our quality commitment is a promise we keep throughout our entire process—from the farm, to the lab, to you. It’s a pledge to protect our customers, our consumers and our industry, now and into the future.
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.