Quality Control

Safety first

We invest a lot of effort and resources to ensure that our products are made of the highest quality of ingredients available on the market.

Our CBD oils are extracted with CO2-extraction from the best industrial hemp we can source in the market from trusted, regulated suppliers and by leveraging the latest scientific methods for refining the products to the same constant level, while ensuring we maintain a full spectrum of cannabinoids in all our CBD products. 

All our finished products go through a rigorous process of quality control and testing internally and externally, before being introduced to the market.

As a result of our efforts you can be sure that all our CBD oil meets strict cannabinoid content requirements, contains no genetically modified products (GMO), has not been produced using pesticides, herbicides or any chemical fertilisers, and contains no dangerous contaminants. All you get is a pure and safely produced CBD oil.

All our hemp products are manufactured following Current Good Manufacturing Practices (CGMPs) and Good Documentation Practices (GDPs).

Clinical trials on humans - not animals

Our products are thoroughly tested for side-effects and documented results before being beta-tested on human beings. We are against animal testing.

We have been working closely with the FDA in Thailand to offer medical cannabis in a safe and responsbile way.

We started the very first clinical trials on humans in January 2019 at Siriraj Hospital in Bangkok to document a postive effect on the patients and to document that our products don't create side effects or addiction and have a positive effects for humans with certain issues or conditions.

Siriraj Hospital is the largest and oldest hospital in Thailand and the primary teaching hospital of the Faculty of Medicine.

Environmental friendly packaging

We source our packaging from suppliers that produce biodegradable packaging sourced responsibly and with the smallest impact on Mother Nature.

We use amber colored bottles for our CBD oil products to minimise the negative effect of light entering and impacting the CBD and carrier oil inside. Transparent bottles can make the oil look very attractive, but sun and light radiation can swiftly reduce the durability of the CBD oils inside and thus the effect of the products.

Our CBD oils are packaged in packaging produced locally in Switzerland by FSC certified suppliers.
The Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) is an international non-profit, multi-stakeholder organization established in 1993 to promote responsible management of the world's forests. The FSC does this by setting standards on forest products, along with certifying and labeling them as eco-friendly.

Our hemp quality control system

Each set of testing of our hemp products includes a separate analysis for the cannabinoid profile, potential microbial life, mold, heavy metals, residual solvents, pesticides, herbicides, insecticides and many other ingredients. So when you consume any of our hemp products, you can actually know exactly what it contains - and more importantly - what the product doesn't contain. 

We publish our test results on our website and our wholesalers get a certificate of analysis describing in detail the exact content and cannabinoids profile of every type of product in the ordered batch.

The procedures gives us full traceability on every bottle produced in case of any quality issues.

Transparency is a must

Almost every hemp-extracting or reseller company in the market claims to have 'the best quality products' and consumers often believe that "CBD is CBD" and find it difficult to evaluate the many CBD products offered to them.

How do these companies control, determine and verify these claims of excellence, when they don't publish detailed certificates of analysis from independent laboratories for their products?

Public records have shown again and again that many hemp companies in our industry do not meet these basic standards. And it is not a rare occasion to experience companies being forced to recall products due to toxic pesticide levels or fungus in their products. 

We support European International Hemp Association (EIHA.org) and their efforts for creating high standards for the hemp industry in Europe to the benefit of everyone.

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