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NuLeaf Naturals is one of America’s top pioneering hemp companies. Founded by a group of plant medicine aficionados, our vision is to pave the way for a line of cannabinoid wellness products that promote a healthy body and mind.

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Helping People Live a Happier, Healthier Life
Since 2014 NuLeaf Naturals has been committed to creating the world’s highest quality CBD products in their most pure and potent form. Our full spectrum CBD oil contains no additives and the only ingredient is organic hemp. Our mission is to create premium cannabinoid wellness products we would not only take ourselves but also share with our family and friends.

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A Brand Consumers Trust
With over 20,000 highly rated customer reviews, NuLeaf Naturals is committed to creating safe, consistent, and effective products. We use independent labs to confirm our CBD products are free of pesticides, herbicides, mold, fungi, heavy metals, and mycotoxins. Our testing also guarantees our products contain the optimal amount of cannabinoids and terpenes.

The NuLeaf Naturals Difference
NuLeaf full spectrum
Our proprietary genetics allow us to naturally create a whole plant CBD extract that is highly concentrated in CBD and contains significant amounts of secondary cannabinoids like CBC, CBG, CBN, and more. Cannabinoids work synergistically with each other and are more effective when they are found together versus when they are isolated. This is known as the entourage effect.

NuLeaf made with organic hemp
Our advanced cultivation program promises continued enhancement of our natural genetics and ensures a safe and regulated product, with unsurpassed potency and consistency. Our organic hemp plants are grown in Colorado with pristine Rocky Mountain water and harvested at peak perfection. We control the entire farming and production process from seed to shelf to guarantee our products are of the highest quality.

NuLeaf CO2 extraction
We use advanced subcritical and supercritical CO2 extraction to obtain a complete range of cannabinoids, terpenes, essential oils, and other beneficial phytonutrients. This yields a more potent blend and requires no harsh chemical solvents. CO2 is safe to use in food products and is commonly found in carbonated beverages. Our bodies even produce CO2 when we breathe.

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    Hemp oil vs. CBD oil
    With surging interest in CBD since the U.S. Farm Bill passed in late 2018, you may be curious about the difference between hemp oil and CBD oil. Unheard of only a few years ago, both hemp and CBD oil are proliferating store shelves, but there are significant differences between these two products.

    We put together a guide to help you learn about the similarities and differences between the two hemp derivatives, how to figure out what you need, and where to get the right product.

    What is the Difference Between Hemp Oil and CBD Oil?
    What is Hemp Oil?
    Hemp oil or hempseed oil is what it sounds like: oil that’s been extracted from the seeds of the industrial hemp variety of the cannabis sativa plant. To extract the oil, hemp seeds are pressed and bottled or further processed and refined before bottling. Hemp oil is rich in omega fatty acids, vitamin E, and protein.
    What is CBD Oil?
    CBD or cannabidiol oil is derived from the cannabis sativa (hemp) plant. Instead of using the seeds, CBD is extracted from the flowers, leaves, stems, and stalks of matured hemp plants. CBD oil can be extracted through several methods, including carbon dioxide, ethanol, and even olive oil. The extraction method can play a part in the quality of CBD oil.

    Similarities Between Hemp Oil and CBD Oil
    Both are oils.
    Both can come from the cannabis sativa plant.
    Both are non-intoxicating.
    Both can be applied topically or ingested.
    Differences Between Hemp Oil and CBD Oil
    Each is derived from a different part of the plant.
    Hemp oil can only be derived from the industrial hemp variety of cannabis sativa, CBD oil can be sourced through several different varieties of the cannabis plant.
    Reputable CBD oil will come with a certificate of analysis (COA) that details exactly what’s in the product. Hemp oil will not come with a COA.
    CBD oil can legally contain up to 0.3% THC based on federal law in the U.S. Hemp oil contains no THC. State and local laws may add other regulations to this.
    Some states have laws that apply to the distribution and manufacture of CBD; hemp oil containing no THC has no such restrictions.
    Hemp oil is a nutrient-rich oil; it contains no cannabinoids and does not reap the benefits of the entourage effect.
    Hemp oil can be purchased on Amazon, but CBD cannot.
    Hemp oil has been used in beauty products for several years, but CBD is relatively new to all industries.
    Though they can both be used topically or ingested, you’re more likely to use hemp oil topically and ingest CBD oil.
    Hemp Oil vs. CBD Oil and the Entourage Effect
    Hemp oil vs. full spectrum CBD oil
    Hemp oil has many unique benefits but cannot give you the same as CBD oil thanks to the entourage effect. It is manufactured only from the seeds of the cannabis sativa plant, while full spectrum CBD oil uses the entire plant from stem to leaf for production.

    When you harvest oil from the entire plant, you get every potential beneficial compound the plant has to offer, including not just CBD, but dozens of other cannabinoids and scent compounds called terpenes.

    Hemp seed oil doesn’t have the same cannabinoid profile, terpenes, or other beneficial compounds. You’re only getting a fraction of the benefits that you would from CBD oil and not tapping into the entourage effect.

    Why does it matter? The entourage effect is the belief that the different compounds of the cannabis plant work better when they’re used together compared to being used individually. The terpenes help the cannabinoids achieve their best effects; the cannabinoids help other cannabinoids – everything works together harmoniously.

    With the entourage effect, the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. You get the benefits of the entourage effect with full spectrum CBD oil but not with hemp seed oil.

    Reading Hemp Oil and CBD Oil Labels
    CBD oil is currently unregulated. Marketers and manufacturers might use misleading labeling or claim unfound benefits on their products. Always read the ingredients list to be certain what you’re getting and ignore what the label says.

    Hemp oil should always use hemp seed oil as the active ingredient, while CBD oil should list cannabidiol, full spectrum CBD, broad spectrum CBD, hemp (not hempseed), or phytocannabinoid-rich CBD as its primary ingredient.

    The NuLeaf Naturals Difference
    Full spectrum CBD oil from NuLeaf Naturals is blended with pure, organic hemp oil, so you’re getting the best of both worlds. NuLeaf Naturals uses a two-part extraction process in creating CBD oil, which ensures the greatest benefit from the harvested plants.

    You can take CBD oil topically, or you can ingest it or take it under the tongue. When choosing a CBD oil, do not be swayed to select purely on cost, as this is one industry where you get what you pay for.

    Choose CBD oil that is pure, organic, and full spectrum. Be sure to check out the company’s lab-verified test results. You can access NuLeaf Naturals’ most recent test results here.

    Ready to see what CBD oil can do for you? Click here to use our interactive map to find a retailer near you, or shop CBD oil or CBD pills direct from NuLeaf Naturals.

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