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Hemp oil creates no psychoactive effects. Experience the positive properties of the plant without the high.

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NatreLeaf ensures the quality of our product. Each batch is 3rd party tested for quality & purity. Reports are available for viewing.

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Full Spectrum & Broad Spectrum

We provide a Full Spectrum (0-0.3% THC) and Broad Spectrum (Non-Detectible THC Levels*) loaded with CBD, CBG, CBN, CBD, & More.

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We use the purest hemp oil from organically grown hemp plants in the USA. This delivers the cleanest and purest product directly to you.

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CBD (Cannabidiol) Oil

Since becoming legal in 2018, hemp derived CBD Oil products have become increasingly popular. Likely because hemp derived CBD Oil is showing promising therapeutic benefits without any psychoactive effects.

Although it frequently is, CBD Oil (aka: Phytocannabinoid Rich Hemp Oil) shouldn’t be confused with CBD (cannabidiol) Isolate. They both are available in oil tincures, but an isolate is free of any other cannabinoids.

The main benefit of Phytocannabinoid Rich Hemp Oil is the, “whole plant synergy”. When phytocannabinoids (like CBD, THC, CBG, etc.), flavonoids, omega fatty acids, and terpenes are combined, an “entourage effect” occurs.

The result is a powerful CBD Hemp Oil just as nature intended. Experience the power of nature with NatreLeaf today!

Why NatreLeaf CBD Hemp Oil?

If you’ve been shopping for hemp oil online, you know There is no shortage of hemp derived CBD oil products available. Everywhere you go there’s a CBD store, booth, or sign to remind you CBD is for sale.

The issue is that most CBD products don’t contain what they say they do. At Natreleaf, we GUARANTEE what’s on the label is in the bottle!

Every bottle is 3rd party lab tested to ensure potency, purity, and safety. If that’s not enough, we offer a 30 Day No Questions Asked Money Back Guarantee.

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Is All CBD Oil The Same?

As mentioned, shopping for hemp oil online is very confusing. There are so many brands, companies, and various products to choose from.

The answer is, NO, all CBD Oil isn’t the same. From farm to manufacturing, there are many considerations.

NatreLeaf takes pride in only using:

  • Organically Grown USA hemp
  • Supercritical CO2 extraction
  • Solvent Free
  • 3rd Party Lab Testing
  • Non GMO, Gluten and GMO Free
  • and more

The list goes on when it comes to NatreLeaf CBD Hemp Oil Products. What are you waiting for? Give it a try Today!

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CBD Oil

Full Spectrum CBD Oil is quickly becoming the go-to supplement for many. Of the three main CBD Oils, Full Spectrum shows the most promising potential therapeutic benefits.

Our knowledge of the hemp plant is growing daily. As we learn, CBD oils become more active.

You’re going to learn here full-spectrum hemp oil and how it can work for your life. Hemp oil is beneficial for many purposes, including making it easier for you to handle many things surrounding your body.

What’s a Cannabinoid

Before buying CBD oil you should understand cannabinoids. Most importantly, how they affect your endocannabinoid system (ECS) and it’s role in the central nervous system.

According to Wikipedia, a cannabinoid is defined as “a class of diverse chemical compounds that acts on cannabinoid receptors, which are part of the endocannabinoid system found in cells that alter neurotransmitter release in the brain.”

Phytocannabinoids

Cannabinoids derived from plants are referred to as phytocannabinoids. These are naturally occurring endocannabinoids that your body naturally produces.

Why are phytocannabinoids so important? They work to simulate just about all the endocannabinoids that your body naturally produces.

How Phytocannabinoids Affect Your Body

Your body’s CB1 and CB2 cannabinoid receptors will take these components. These receptors affect the nervous system, various organs, as well as in many parts of the immune system.

The crucial role of the endocannabinoid system is keeping your body in a healthy balance. Your body’s immune system is maintained while preventing overreactions to certain conditions. Inflammation and other issues relating to injuries may also be reduced in intensity.

Do I Really Need Them?

So, if my body makes these things why do I need more?  Much like everything else in your body, the amount of cannabinoids in the C1 and C2 deteriorates over time.

CBD Hemp oil may assist you in restoring your body’s ability to produce these components. As a result, your body will have the cannabinoids necessary to keep the CB1 and CB2 receptors full.

Classes of Cannabinoids

To date, there are more than 80 naturally occurring know phytocannabinoids. Today, only a few are used in Full Spectrum Hemp Oils.

A few are:

  • CBD (Cannabidiol)
  • CBC (Cannabichromenes)
  • THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol)
  • CBG (Cannabigerols)
  • CBDA (Cannabidiolic Acid)
  • CBC (Cannabichromene)
  • and more…

Is CBD Hemp Oil Legal?

Another difference between hemp and cannabis are legal issues. Yes, hemp oil is legal, assuming that the THC content is under 0.3 percent. Even the USPS will legally ship to anywhere in the United States.

The 2018 Farm Bill states hemp is legal to grow and use in the USA. The only requirement for use is, it must contain less than 0.3% THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol) levels.

Keeping the THC total under 0.3 percent is legally critical for any CBD product. The amount of THC here will not be as dramatic or influential on the body as what one might assume.

The Great Cannabis Debate

The debate over cannabis legalization continues. While some states have legalized cannabis for recreational and or medicinal purposes, it’s still illegal federally.

In fact, according to the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA ) marijuana (cannabis) is still considered to be a Schedule 1 substance. However, hemp is legal in ALL 50 states.

The Difference in Hemp and Marijuana

The functionality of hemp oil makes it appealing, but many people often confuse hemp with marijuana. There are many things surrounding hemp oil that make it different from marijuana.

The two plants are both products of the same cannabis Sativa plant, but marijuana is more of a horticultural plant. Hemp is an agricultural product that can be grown in mass quantities. 

A few of the most important differences are:

Hemp

  • Low Levels of THC (up to 0.3)
  • High Levels of CBD
  • Easy to Grow
  • Grows Fast and in Mass Quantities
  • Used for Medical, Medicinal, Industrial, Agricultural, etc.
  • LEGAL

Cannabis Plant

  • High Levels of THC (up to 30% or more)
  • Low Levels of CBD
  • Harder To Grow
  • Less Harvested Yearly
  • Used for Medical & Medicinal Purposes
  • Schedule 1 Narcotic (In US States NOT Legal)

The CBD oil available online at NatreLeaf ONLY comes from industrial hemp plants. However, in states where marijuana is legal, you may buy CBD Oil with higher levels of THC.

How Is CBD Hemp Oil I Made?

Ever wonder how CBD and other cannabinoids end up on the bottle or container? There are numerous steps taken to ensure the highest quality CBD Oil.

  1. Hemp Seeds Planted – We source organically grown US hemp.
  2. Plants Harvested – Hemp plants are taken from the earth to and extraction facility.
  3. Extraction (We Use Supercritical CO2 Extraction) – CO2 extraction uses pressure & temperature to extract hemp oil from the plant. (CBD Isolate is created via ethanol extraction).
  4. Decarb and Winterization – Heating and cooling are used to improve oil quality. (In some cases, both may not be required for desired results)
  5. CBD Oil – The hemp has gone from plant to distillate. It’s now in it’s purest form ready to go into NatreLeaf CBD Products.

 

What Makes CBD Oils Different?

There are 3 main types of CBD Hemp Oil you’ll find available. The first thing to know is, they are not all equal.

Full Spectrum (Most Plant-Powered)

Full Spectrum hemp extract contains more than just high-quality CBD. It contains a full profile of naturally occurring cannabinoids including up to 0.3% THC levels. It uses most parts of the plant as nature intended.

Broad Spectrum (Medium Plant-Powered)

Broad Spectrum CBD Oil is somewhere between CBD Isolate and Full Spectrum. It starts as full-spectrum oil, then “chromatography” removes the THC molecule to microscopic levels.

It is often called “THC FREE”, but should be referred to as “Non-Detectable THC”.  The reason is chromatography leaves trace amounts up to 0.1%.

Don’t worry, most general employment screenings won’t test for levels this low. If you do have a job that tests for even microscopic levels (Police, Military, Government, etc.) use a CBD Isolate.

CBD Isolate (Least Plant Power)

CBD Isolate is simply the cannabinoid CBD (cannabidiol). It’s 99% pure and contains no other cannabinoids. Although still effective, it lacks the synergy gained from other cannabinoids.

The upside is it’s a THC Free product. So, if drug tests are of any concern, this is the CBD Oil for you.

The “Entourage Effect”

A benefit of full-spectrum and broad-spectrum hemp oil is the entourage effect. The “entourage effect” is basically the synergy created when using multiple cannabinoids together.

When different cannabinoids are in the body at the same time, they produce a more efficient endocannabinoid system response. Each phytocannabinoid works better when paired with others in the same family.

Full and Broad Spectrum For the Win

The use of full-spectrum hemp oil provides your greatest chances of gaining this advantageous effect. However, Broad Spectrum is right behind it only missing the THC.

Full-spectrum hemp oil does include the CBD that the body needs for supporting its health, which is why many people confuse it with CBD oil. But you should stick with full-spectrum hemp oil instead of CBD oil, as there are no guarantees that CBD oil products contain anything else for your body.

Not ALL CBD Products Are Equal

Also, some companies like to use the term “CBD oil” to promote some products, but the name may be misleading in many instances. Ensure your bottle contains what the label says.

If you’re buying anything but isolate check for other active compounds listed. The COA’s (Certificate of Authenticity) will verify the cannabinoid contents.

Is Hemp Oil and Hemp Seed Oil The Same Thing?

It’s essential to not confuse CBD Oil for Hemp Seed Oil. Although they both come from hemp, they do very different things.

Hemp seed oil comes from hemp seeds. It contains 0 CBD (cannabidiol) or other cannabinoids. It’s high in various fatty and amino acids. Its mostly used for skin and beauty products

Hemp oil comes from the entire plant (flowers, stalk, aerial plant parts, etc).  It contains CBD and many of the other cannabinoids mentioned above. Many people use it to improve their quality of life.

Are Products Effective?

CBD companies like NatreLeaf are forbidden to many much of any claims. Why? The statements have not been approved by the Federal Drug Administration. Until the FDA gives its blessing to the hemp industry, we have to rely on customer experience and research.

Until proper results can come out, manufacturers and sellers of hemp oil products have limits over how they can make claims stating that their products are useful.  The continued research is sure to yield many new discoveries.

While many people say that hemp oil products have been useful, this does not guarantee that they will work for you. The Food and Drug Administration is continuing to complete research on hemp oil products to see how effective they are.

How Much CBD OIL Should I Take?

The total amount of hemp oil required varies and your body and needs. For example, if you have recurring pain issues, or weigh over 250 pounds, your body demands more of the compound.

The best thing to do is to start slow. You don’t want to consume too much of anything till you know the effects.

It May Take Some Time

Some customers notice results in day 1, while it takes others a few weeks to optimize dosage. So, monitor your body’s response to the CBD oil and increase the dosage as you adapt. To maximize cannabinoid supplementation, you must keep the receptors full.

Either way, be careful in finding the best CBD OIL for you. All oils are different and each has features appealing to various consumers.

Identifying the Potency of Full Spectrum CBD Oil

Full-spectrum CBD oil can be rather potent, depending on what you find. The potency refers to the amount of hemp oil required to help relieve your symptoms.

There are no recommended dosage totals for how much CBD oil you need. Everyone responds differently to CBD oil based on weight, size, activity, and many other factors. You have to consider the general potency of the dosage you are using to give yourself the help you need.

A low potency total goes from 2.5 to 15 mg per serving and is ideal for starting. A medium potency of 16 to 33 mg per serving would be suitable for everyday concerns. Higher potency of 34 to 50 mg could also work, although further research is necessary to confirm if doing so is a good idea.

Hemp Oil Products 

The ways how you can consume full-spectrum CBD oil are diverse and unique. You can enjoy CBD oil in many forms, including in extracts or tablets. Ointments and balms are useful for allowing the CBD to move through your skin. You can even find gummies and other edible CBD products.

You should be aware of how well your body can process any of these products. The product can be broken down by your stomach when consumed orally. It could be less effective, depending on what you are taking in.

Either way, you should still choose a product that fits your life and your health needs. Look for something that you know is comfortable on your body, not to mention something you can easily enjoy.

Try full-spectrum hemp oil, and you’ll find that it is easy for your body to take advantage of what it has to offer. Hemp oil can be ideal for when you’re looking to restore your body and stay healthy.

What’s a Cannabinoid?

Before buying CBD oil you should understand cannabinoids. Most importantly, how they affect your endocannabinoid system (ECS) and it’s role in the central nervous system.

According to Wikipedia, a cannabinoid is defined as “a class of diverse chemical compounds that acts on cannabinoid receptors, which are part of the endocannabinoid system found in cells that alter neurotransmitter release in the brain.”

Phytocannabinoids

Cannabinoids derived from plants are referred to as phytocannabinoids. These are naturally occurring endocannabinoids that your body naturally produces.

Why are phytocannabinoids so important? They work to simulate just about all the endocannabinoids that your body naturally produces.

CBD Hemp oil may assist you in restoring your body’s ability to produce these components. As a result, your body will have the cannabinoids necessary to keep the CB1 and CB2 receptors full.

Cannabinoids And The Body

How Phytocannabinoids Affect Your Body

Your body’s CB1 and CB2 cannabinoid receptors will take these components. These receptors affect the nervous system, various organs, as well as in many parts of the immune system.

The crucial role of the endocannabinoid system is keeping your body in a healthy balance. Your body’s immune system is maintained while preventing overreactions to certain conditions. Inflammation and other issues relating to injuries may also be reduced in intensity.

Do I Really Need Them?

So, if my body makes these things why do I need more?  Much like everything else in your body, the amount of cannabinoids in the C1 and C2 deteriorates over time.

CBD Hemp oil may assist you in restoring your body’s ability to produce these components. As a result, your body will have the cannabinoids necessary to keep the CB1 and CB2 receptors full.

Classes of Cannabinoids

Classes of Cannabinoids

To date, there are more than 80 naturally occurring know phytocannabinoids. Today, only a few are used in Full Spectrum Hemp Oils.

A few are:

  • CBD (Cannabidiol)
  • CBC (Cannabichromenes)
  • THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol)
  • CBG (Cannabigerols)
  • CBDA (Cannabidiolic Acid)
  • CBC (Cannabichromene)
  • and more…
Phytocannabiniods

Is CBD Hemp Oil Legal?

Is CBD Oil Legal?

Another difference between hemp and cannabis are legal issues. Yes, hemp oil is legal, assuming that the THC content is under 0.3 percent. Even the USPS will legally ship to anywhere in the United States.

The 2018 Farm Bill states hemp is legal to grow and use in the USA. The only requirement for use is, it must contain less than 0.3% THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol) levels.

Keeping the THC total under 0.3 percent is legally critical for any CBD product. The amount of THC here will not be as dramatic or influential on the body as what one might assume.

The Great Cannabis Debate

The debate over cannabis legalization continues. While some states have legalized cannabis for recreational and or medicinal purposes, it’s still illegal federally.

In fact, according to the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA ) marijuana (cannabis) is still considered to be a Schedule 1 substance. However, hemp is legal in ALL 50 states.

Hemp vs. Marijuana

The functionality of hemp oil makes it appealing, but many people often confuse hemp with marijuana. There are many things surrounding hemp oil that make it different from marijuana.

The two plants are both products of the same cannabis Sativa plant, but marijuana is more of a horticultural plant. Hemp is an agricultural product that can be grown in mass quantities. 

What's The Difference?

Industrial Hemp Plant

  • Low Levels of THC (up to 0.3)
  • High Levels of CBD
  • Easy to Grow
  • Grows Fast and in Mass Quantities
  • Used for Medical, Medicinal, Industrial, Agricultural, etc.

Cannabis (Marijuana) Plant

  • High Levels of THC (up to 30% or more)
  • Low Levels of CBD
  • Harder To Grow
  • Less Harvested Yearly
  • Used for Medical & Medicinal Purposes
  • Schedule 1 Narcotic

The CBD oil available online at NatreLeaf ONLY comes from industrial hemp plants. However, in states where marijuana is legal, you may buy CBD Oil with higher levels of THC.

Full-Spectrum

Full Spectrum CBD Oil

Full Spectrum hemp extract contains more than just high-quality CBD. It contains a full profile of naturally occurring cannabinoids including up to 0.3% THC levels. It uses most parts of the plant as nature intended.

Most Plant Power

Full Spectrum hemp extract contains more than just high-quality CBD. It contains a full profile of naturally occurring cannabinoids including up to 0.3% THC levels. It uses most parts of the plant as nature intended.

Broad-Spectrum

Broad Spectrum CBD Oil

Broad Spectrum CBD Oil is somewhere between CBD Isolate and Full Spectrum. It starts as full-spectrum oil, then “chromatography” removes the THC molecule to microscopic levels.

It is often called “THC FREE”, but should be referred to as “Non-Detectable THC”.  The reason is chromatography leaves trace amounts up to 0.1%.

Don’t worry, most general employment screenings won’t test for levels this low. If you do have a job that tests for even microscopic levels (Police, Military, Government, etc.) use a CBD Isolate.

CBD (Cannabidiol) Isolate

CBD (Cannabidiol) Isolate CBD Oil

Least Plant Power

CBD Isolate is simply the cannabinoid CBD (cannabidiol). It’s 99% pure and contains no other cannabinoids. Although still effective, it lacks the synergy gained from other cannabinoids.

The upside is it’s a THC Free product. So, if drug tests are of any concern, this is the CBD Oil for you

Least Plant Power

CBD Isolate is simply the cannabinoid CBD (cannabidiol). It’s 99% pure and contains no other cannabinoids. Although still effective, it lacks the synergy gained from other cannabinoids.

The upside is it’s a THC Free product. So, if drug tests are of any concern, this is the CBD Oil for you.

Have Questions? Here's the Answers...

CBD Oil FAQ

Where Does NatreLeaf CBD Oil Come From?

NatreLeaf sources hemp from our network of hemp farmers in the USA. We excessively pour through COA's (Certificate of Authenticity) to ensure we start with the highest levels of phytocannabinoids possible.

Reviewing customer feedback, it seems that everyone uses it for different reasons. Some use it for focusing, relaxation and calming. Others may use it simply as a health and wellness supplement.

CBD products are a popular health and wellness supplement. People use it for day to day to day wellbeing, to exercise recovery. Please keep in mind that NatreLeaf products are not made to treat, diagnose, or cure any ailment or condition.

Cannabinoids are found naturally in the human body. They are also found in plants such as hemp. To date, there have been over 80+ phytocannabinoids discovered. The most widely known are CBD and THC. However, phytocannabinoids such as CBG, CBDA, and CBD are showing promise.Many people are supplementing their endocannabinoid system with CBD Oil to improve the quality of life and wellness. Unlock the power of nature with full-spectrum hemp oil.

The benefits of CBD Hemp Oil is best uncovered by trying for yourself. NatreLeaf CBD Hemp Oil isn't created to cure or prevent any illness. It is best used as a daily supplement. However, there are numerous 5-star customer reviews on the website.

We are proud to be one of the fastest-growing CBD companies in the US. We take great pride in using hemp oil distillate packed with CBD and other phytocannabinoids.A few things that set us apart are: - Organically Grown USA Hemp - No Pesticides, Herbicides, GMO's, or Harmful Chemicals - 3rd Party Lab Tested at ProVerde Labs - Supercritical CO2 Extraction Methods - Only Organic Ingredients in CBD Oil Tinctures (Organic MCT Oil, Organic Peppermint Flavoring)

We were bent on only allowing organic ingredients into our oils. So, that's what we've done. Besides Hemp Extract, we only use organic MCT (medium-chain triglyceride) Oil and Natural Peppermint Flavor.

Orders are generally shipped out the same or next day of payment. If you take advantage of our FREE Shipping, it takes 2-7 days inside the continental United States. If you have any issues please contact us via email at info@NatreLeaf or call us at (855) 341-8860 for immediate assistance.

Full-spectrum CBD oil consists of high CBD (cannabidiol) levels along with other minor cannabinoids. It is a popular choice for its additional therapeutic benefits. NatreLeaf ensures our full-spectrum products contain the highest levels of minor cannabinoids like CBG, CBD, CBC, etc. on the market.

Another difference between hemp and cannabis are legal issues. Yes, hemp oil is legal, assuming that the THC content is under 0.3 percent. Even the USPS will legally ship to anywhere in the United States. </br> The 2018 Farm Bill states hemp is legal to grow and use in the USA. The only requirement for use is, it must contain less than 0.3% THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol) levels. </br> Keeping the THC total under 0.3 percent is legally critical for any CBD product. The amount of THC here will not be as dramatic or influential on the body as what one might assume. </br> The Great Cannabis Debate The debate over cannabis legalization continues. While some states have legalized cannabis for recreational and or medicinal purposes, it’s still illegal federally. </br> In fact, according to the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA ) marijuana (cannabis) is still considered to be a Schedule 1 substance. However, hemp is legal in ALL 50 states.

The Difference in Hemp and Marijuana is a common topic. There are many things surrounding hemp oil that make it different from marijuana.The two plants are both products of the same cannabis Sativa plant, but marijuana is more of a horticultural plant. Hemp is an agricultural product that can be grown in mass quantities.A few of the most important differences are:Hemp -Low Levels of THC (up to 0.3) -High Levels of CBD -Easy to Grow -Grows Fast and in Mass Quantities -Used for Medical, Medicinal, Industrial, Agricultural, etc. -LEGALCannabis Plant -High Levels of THC (up to 30% or more) -Low Levels of CBD -Harder To Grow -Less Harvested Yearly -Used for Medical & Medicinal Purposes -Schedule 1 Narcotic (In US States NOT Legal)The CBD oil available online at NatreLeaf ONLY comes from industrial hemp plants. However, in states where marijuana is legal, you may buy CBD Oil with higher levels of THC.

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