Our mission is simple: to make a positive, lasting and life-changing impact for our customers. That started with our high quality line of THC-free CBD products.
And now, due to popular demand and a commitment to always bring you the best CBD products on the market, we’re launching our brand new “black label” Full Spectrum CBD Oil.
Our black label Full Spectrum CBD Oil contains up to the legal limit (0.3%) of naturally occurring THC.
0.3% THC is a very low amount, and in most cases, it goes undetected as it is processed through the human endocannabinoid system. Keeping the THC below this limit means our products will not produce a psychoactive experience or high.
Our black label Full Spectrum CBD Oil also contains all of the additional cannabinoids ( CBG, CBN, THC and THCa) and the full array of terpenes ( bisabolene, farnesene and guaiol). All of these compounds come together in a powerful, synergistic relationship – called the entourage effect – that offers the strongest benefits.
The white label CBD Oil, Capsules and Balm you know and love aren’t going anywhere – but these are now called “Broad Spectrum.”
We’ve had a lot of conversations with our customers about the definition of full spectrum, with or without THC. To help our customers differentiate and choose the oil that’s right for them, the white label formerly called “full spectrum” will now be called “broad spectrum.” Broad spectrum products contain a more limited cannabinoid profile and have the THC removed completely.
No matter which color label you choose, there are a lot of beneficial compounds in Onyx & Rose CBD.
CBD, or cannabidiol, is just one of the cannabinoids found in the cannabis plant. Our CBD oil is also packed with CBG, CBC, CBN, THCa, CBDA, CBDV and more. CBD is found throughout the entire cannabis plant, but the most CBD-rich part is the resin found in the flower and the leaves of the plant.
CBD and other cannabinoids are extracted from cannabis through a CO2 extraction process, which produces a cleaner oil than other extraction options. Called the “supercritical” method, we extract the oil at a lower temperature to prevent the loss of cannabinoids in the extraction process.