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3 Questions to Ask Your CBD Ingredient Supplier
A Guide to Quality Assurance CBD is a highly popular ingredient in the health and wellness industry and finding a reliable supplier is crucial to …
Master the Art of High-Quality CBD Shopping
What to Look for When Shopping for Different CBD Ingredients CBD, or cannabidiol, is a sought-after natural component frequently utilized in wellness products, known for …
5 Essential Tips for Choosing a Quality CBD Ingredient Supplier
With the rising demand for CBD products, securing a dependable and credible Quality Ingredient Supplier for premium CBD constituents is now more crucial than ever. …
Unlocking the Full Potential of CBD: Discover How to Make CBD Water-Soluble for Maximum Benefits
Water-soluble CBD has revolutionized the beverage industry, catering to the “Sober Curious Consumer” and wellness enthusiasts seeking functional alternatives to alcohol. As Mile High Labs’ …
Mile High Labs, One of The First Hemp-Based Companies to Earn Both UK and EU FSA Novel Food Validation for CBD Isolate and Finished Goods Product Portfolio RP 349
LONDON, UK, 13 April 2023 Following on from their EFSA Novel Foods validation on October 28th 2022, Mile High Labs, a leading manufacturer of hemp-derived …
Making a Splash In The CBD Beverage Market
Water Soluble CBD Seltzer Collaboration Proud of the collaboration between Tivoli Brewing, Willie’s Remedy, and Mile High Labs, as we make a splash together with …
See the Mile High Labs CBD Difference
Mile High Labs CBD Isolate Crystals: The Key to Consistency and Quality Microscope imaging of CBD Isolate Crystals at a 40x zoom. Samples include Mile …
Water Soluble Formulation
Top Reasons To Use Liquid CBD vs. Powder CBD “When to Use What” with water soluble cannabinoids. With the CBD infused beverage category growing by …
Mile High Labs and Royal DSM Partnership
The Partnership Creates a Platform for CBD Product Development and Formulation Mile High Labs (MHL) and Royal DSM (DSM) are pleased to announce that they …
The Ultimate Guide to CBD Gummies: History, Benefits, and Where to Buy
Introduction CBD is showing up everywhere, even in popular confectioneries like gummies. CBD gummies deliver cannabidiol in a way that’s familiar, accessible and fun—but are …
Questions About CBD
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 Ingredients Page for in-depth information on all of our CBD, CBG, and CBN Ingredients.
Please visit our CBD Shop to purchase from our novel CBD, CBG, and CBN portfolio.
The Magic Behind Our Excellent CBD Isolate Crystals
Our CBD Isolate crystals exhibit uniform needle like units because of sophisticated in-house production processes. We like to ensure that our products exhibit consistent crystal growth behavior.
We do not process using a fast crash method that can cause many different formulation problems.