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A precious silvery-white metal, the chemical element of atomic number 78. It was first encountered by the Spanish in South America in the 16th century, and is used in jewelry, electrical contacts, laboratory equipment, and industrial catalysts.

Platinum is the most valued precious metal; its value exceeds even that of Gold. It has a beautiful silver-white color, and, unlike Silver, does not tarnish.

Platinum is the rarest and most treasured of the precious metals.

Our Platinum line of ultra-premium full spectrum CBD and CBG products begin with select strains of 100% boutique-class organic hemp flower cultivars that are hand-manicured, ground and freeze dried.  Next, we extract via our ultra-cold sub-critical C02 process that preserves and protects the essential oils, cannabinoids, flavonoids and terpenes.  The result?  A 100% Artisan-crafted premium full spectrum product that provides superior flavor, aroma, nutritional content, and highly optimized entourage effect.

What is Full Spectrum CBD & CBG?

In contrast to single-molecule CBD and CBG isolate, full-spectrum CBD and CBG products contain additional cannabinoids. When cannabinoids are extracted from hemp, the entire extract is made into a consumable product, meaning that you are getting a healthy dose of all the various cannabinoids that were naturally present in the plant.

The primary concern with full spectrum CBD and CBG products is the level of THC. If you live in a state where cannabis is illegal, or if you simply don’t want to consume THC yourself, then you might be concerned about THC content. However, due to federal laws all CBD and CBG products must be extracted from hemp and not marijuana. By definition, hemp contains less than 0.3% THC, meaning that the extract will also only contain negligible amounts of THC. These trace amounts will definitely not get you high.

So what are the benefits of a full-spectrum CBD & CBG oils? It used to be believed that isolated cannabinoids were more effective than full-spectrum, but now the opposite is the case; most now agree that full-spectrum cannabinoid formulations are  the preferred option because of something called the “entourage effect.”

This phenomenon refers to the way in which cannabinoids work together to become more effective. A study in 2005 conducted in Jerusalem found that test subjects given full-spectrum CBD experienced additional benefits compared to those who received a CBD isolate alone.


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