Native Hemp Solutions FAQ

1. Will your whole hemp extract get me high?

No. Marijuana contains Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which is the psycho-active component. Industrial Hemp contains less than 0.3% THC, and we test each batch to confirm that our tincture has below 0.3% THC. There’s no possibility of intoxication or psycho-active effects by consuming Native Hemp Solutions whole hemp extract (CBD Hemp Oil) or any whole, raw natural product from Industrial Hemp products. Click Here for a great article about the differences between the two.

2. Will I fail a drug test if I use Your Whole Hemp Extract?

We make no guarantees about drug test results. We urge you to investigate the testing protocols that your company uses in their drug testing.

3. Does it contain alcohol?

Only a small amount. Native Hemp Solutions uses a cold extraction method for our Whole Hemp Extract. Ethanol is used in this process, as a solvent, to extract a very high percentage the beneficial compounds from the hemp plant such as CBD, CBC, CBN, CBG, terpenes, bioflavonoids, and amino acids. Through our process, the ethanol is evaporated leaving a very small amount of alcohol left in our finished product. To further improve taste and bioavailability, our whole hemp extracts are suspended in a Medium Chain Triglyceride (MCT) Coconut Oil.

4. What is the difference between hemp seed oil and hemp extract?

Hemp seed oil is oil made by pressing the seed of the hemp plant. Hemp seed oil contains no traces of THC or CBD, is used primarily for cooking and baking, and is known for its high nutrition content. Hemp extract is an extraction made from the whole hemp plant and has high amounts of CBD, no THC, and other compounds when extracted using our spagyric method.

5. Is your hemp American grown and produced in the United States? Where do you source your hemp from?

Yes. Native Hemp sources only ethically grown and harvested industrial hemp from within the state of Colorado. 

6. What type of testing/analysis is performed on your ingredients?

Every production lot is testing using the industry's most advanced LC/MS-TOF (mass spec Time of Flight) analysis, which is orders of magnitude more accurate than HPLC alone. It is also more accurate than GC analysis because the instrument run is conducted in liquid form at room temperature, avoiding heat-caused alterations of nutrients and phytochemicals. The LC/MS-TOF method of analysis is currently accepted as the most accurate in the hemp industry and was pioneered by Mike Adams, lab science director of CWC Labs.

7. Is your hemp Certified Organic?

Native Hemp Solutions sources only the best hemp from within the state of Colorado. We test to make sure It is non-GMO and is grown without the use of pesticides, herbicides, and chemical fertilizers. At Native Hemp Solutions we only source ethically grown and harvested whole hemp plant (grown according to the latest USDA organic standards).

Recently, the USDA implemented protocols to certify hemp crops as organic.  These regulations are being implemented here in Colorado by growers and next year’s crop will be certified organic.


Native Hemp Solutions Spagyrics

Ancient Wisdom Meets Modern TechnologyWhat does Spagyric mean?

Spagyrics is a centuries-old branch of alchemy which, through the use of traditional alchemical methods and detailed processes, is devoted to the production of medicines and tinctures that differ greatly from conventional or homeopathic medications and result in a much more powerful product. The various production steps involved are far more time-consuming then the methods nowadays used to produce conventional medicines. 

What exactly is a Spagyric Product?

Spagyric products are alchemical preparations of herbs into a more potent form. Historically adding the purified salt, oil and alcohol of a plant together was thought as a more spiritual preparation.  Whole extracts of plants also tend to have more powerful effects

The Spagyric Process

Extraction of the plant is done via certified organic grape alcohol in an extractor for fast, high potency tinctures (all distillations are done under vacuum at very low temperatures under 100 degrees Fahrenheit) so none of the heat sensitive components of the plant are destroyed.  In fact, our extract is considered to still be ‘raw’ even after our extraction process is completed.

 During this stage, the alcohol will dissolve the essential oils of the plant along with the alcohol soluble chemicals (CBDs are oil based and therefore alcohol soluble). Alcohol is the only solvent which extracts the plant's chemicals at the same ratios contained in the plant. We use grape alcohol as it is produced from plants themselves, A solvent made by the plants for the plants!

In the past we would just compost or discard the remaining plant material.  Now, we utilize this material as well.  We purify it and extract the mineral salts that are part of the plant.  Once purified we then reunite the mineral salts with the extract itself. 

The impurities and materials that we cannot absorb have been purified or removed, making this potent formulation extremely bioavailable to the physical organism.  This is how herbal medicines were made centuries ago.

Ancient wisdom meets modern technology!