Who are we and what is our mission

Our motto is “Quality’s benchmark” аnd for a good reason. We entered the cannabinoid industry, at its inception, back in 2013 when there was almost no competition. No competition meant no example. We took it upon ourselves to be that example. To push the boundaries of quality control. To be quality’s benchmark. We achieve that by applying a rigorous tracking system, analysis and triple-checks. That’s the only way we can guarantee quality on every step of the closed production cycle – from sowing the right seed to shipment of the end product. Our production meets the prestigious and globally recognized standards for quality control and traceability: Global GAP, GMP, ISO22000, ISO9001.

Cannabidiol (CBD) is a natural substance that has a broad spectrum of potential therapeutic uses. With rising interest in recent years, scientists across the globe are conducting more and more research to explore these possibilities. While the evidence so far shows that CBD is effective for treating a number of disorders, beware of unproven therapeutic presumptions.

The dosages used to treat some disorders are relatively high. No beneficial effect can be expected from a few drops of various CBD-containing extracts. A dosing regimen that is popular, but not scientific. In the following chapters, you’ll find up-to-date information on CBD and its role in the prevention and management of different disorders alongside dosing regimens based on hard science.

Benefits of Daily Use

1. CBD elevates the levels of the endocannabinoid anandamide (the “bliss” molecule), which helps with learning and memory.

2. CBD creates a calming effect that can lower stress and improve quality of sleep for individuals struggling with insomnia.

3. CBD has neuroprotective and antioxidant properties superior to those of vitamin C and vitamin E.

4. CBD oils and creams are effective in the management of skin conditions such as acne and eczemas.

5. CBD’s anti-inflammatory properties could possibly lower the risk of cancer, metabolic disorders, and neurodegenerative diseases.

6. CBD helps alleviate the psychoactive effects of cannabis smoking, neutralizing the effect of the well-known psychotropic compound THC.

7. CBD can help people quit smoking.

8. Can be used as a painkiller, if not replacing, at least reducing to some extent the use of opioids – strong pain-relieving medications but highly addictive, that have led to the so-called opioid overdose crisis.

9. Cannabidiol and cannabis extracts with high percentages of cannabidiol can be used on a daily basis, without serious adverse effects. As Lumír Ondřej Hanuš has stated (one of the most important cannabis researchers of our day) cannabis is “one of the safest known medications”.