Our Process

Not all hemp is created equal, and
neither are CBD products.

World Class Organic Hemp-Based CBD Products

Not all CBD products are the same, as not all hemp is of the same quality. Therapist Preferred knows that offering the highest quality product depends on maintaining the highest standards.

After extensive research and product testing, Therapist Preferred sourced a manufacturing partner in Colorado committed to the highest quality organic CBD products. Drawing from the knowledge of many talented experts, scientists and formulators in the hemp industry we are able to guarantee that the highest quality products are available to our customers.

Below is a summary of the proprietary and GMP-certified process used to make Therapist Preferred's products.

Therapist Preferred's Process for the Highest Quality,
Organically Grown CBD

  1. Organic Farming

    It all starts with natural phytocannabinoid-rich hemp, grown in the United States. Our commitment to a 100% organic process means that farmers follow strict guidelines – 100% of the time

     

    The state of the art farming process enhances the quality of our natural proprietary strains while ensuring safety. The potency and consistency of our hemp is unparalleled.

     

     

     

     

  2. Raw Hemp Processing

    Following the harvesting process, the plants are dried and warehoused. Maintaining the highest industry standards, the plant is transformed into a coarse powder during the milling process. It is later shipped to a facility in Colorado to be processed and manufactured.

     

     

     

     

  3. Proprietary Extraction and Solids Separation

    The proprietary process of hemp extraction and purification involves CO2, a common method of extraction. This ensures the preservation of all of the beneficial phytocannabinoids, terpenes and flavonoids. This process also allows for the removal of unwanted compounds while sustaining the natural molecules in the plant. As a result, we are able to offer the highest quality hemp oil on the market.

     

    Naturally occurring terpenes, flavonoids and amino acids comprise every drop of our phytocannabinoid-rich (PCR) hemp oil.

     

     

     

     

  4. Distillation

    The distillation process is employed in order to remove the food-grade ethanol that is used in during the extraction process.

     

     

     

     

  5. THC Removal and Refining

    Removal of all traces of THC is one of the most critical steps in the process. The THC compound is responsible for producing the ‘high’ that is associated with the hemp plant.

     

    The proprietary technology used allows for the removal of all of the unnecessary compounds that are present in the hemp oil. These include wax, chlorophyll, plant pigments and small amounts of THC. The next part of the process involves ‘Polishing’ during which the oil is washed – this allows the creation of the highest quality, THC-free CBD oil.

     

     

     

     

  6. In House and Third-Party Lab Testing

    Every production run is tested for quality and potency in order to make sure all of the ingredients (including cannabinoids, terpenes, essential fatty acids and phytonutrients) are pure and consistent.

    The in house-laboratory rigorously tests every batch. A Certificate of Analysis is granted after each batch passes the tests, which are available for our customers to review. We further ensure the quality by employing third-party labs confirm and verify these certificates.

     

     

     

     

  7. Our Proprietary Nanoemulsion Technology

    The raw hemp oil undergoes another proprietary process to transform it into nano-sized emulsions. This extra process makes the hemp oil one of the most bioavailable CBD products on the market.

    The particles are 25 to 60 nanometers, as compared to our competitor’s whose products have particles that range in size anywhere from 150 to 5,000 nanometers. The smaller size of our particles facilitates a higher degree of bioavailability which results in significantly better absorption.

     

     

     

     

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