The future of Coffee Supplements
What is CBD Coffee?
CBD coffee is the infusion between CBD (Cannabidoil) and Coffee, producing CBD Coffee!
Reputed for its health and wellness properties CBD is fast becoming recognised as a super supplement connected with the ease of a number of ailments suffered by mind and body. Whilst still in its infancy, CBD is quickly becoming further distinguished from its more commonly, and less commercially reputable, known relative Cannabis. Both derived from the Hemp plant, which has been used for a myriad of different purposes over thousands of years.
We have carefully considered and investigated the CBD Coffee market and have identified a number of key potential sectors that our customers are established in, having developed a working relationship with one of the most reputable and ethical pharmaceutical CBD producers in the US we are now able to offer a number of very bespoke CBD coffee products for private label production.
We only use the very highest quality grade Broad Spectrum CBD (Distillate CBD)
WHAT IS CBD DISTILLATE?
Unlike a CBD isolate, CBD distillate contains all of the benefits of the whole plant without THC. CBD distillate contains an array of cannabinoids, terpenes, vitamins, and fatty acids that are very beneficial to the body. It contains negligible amounts of THC, as the CBD distillate goes through special processing to remove almost all of the THC, so you will not become high and the product is completely legal.
CBD alone is an incredible healing source but, there are hundreds of other cannabinoids found in the hemp plant—with several promising contenders that appear to offer some therapeutic benefit.
Like CBD, CBG is non-psychoactive and won’t get you high. It’s technically the precursor to CBD, THC, and CBC (another cannabinoid we will cover in a minute). Studies show CBG also has the potential to offer some pretty amazing benefits to help ease pain, muscle cramps, anxiety, and depression.
CBN is still being studied, but things are looking promising concerning its effectiveness as being used as a sleep aid due to its sedative effects. In fact, CBD is starting to be regarded as “the” compound that generates the feelings of calm and relaxation that cannabis is so well known for.
While CBC hasn’t gotten much praise or attention, it has been shown to have anti-viral, antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, anti-proliferative (anti-cancer) and pain-relieving properties. It also appears to be effective for depression, anxiety, and migraines.
The terpenes found in CBD distillate products are chemicals that give the hemp plant a unique scent, and even in small amounts terpenes are powerful and can work very well with CBD to heal the body.
It is thought that specific terpenes can induce different sensations; linalool, for instance, may help regulate sleep patterns. Linalool is also the prevalent terpene in lavender—which is commonly used in aromatherapy to induce feelings of sleepiness.
While CBD isolate is isolated cannabidiol in its purest form, CBD distillate contains many more beneficial compounds naturally found in cannabis and hemp, but no THC.
HOW IS CBD DISTILLATE MADE?
To isolate and distill the CBD, it has to go through several different refinement processes, starting with crude extraction. This requires the use of a solvent to remove cannabinoids from the plant matter.
Then it has to go through what is known as winterization. This requires the crude extract and solvent to be mixed and left in an extremely cold climate for 24-48 hours so it can congeal and separate.
The next step is decarboxylation. This is the heating of cannabis so it becomes “activated. Finally, it gets distilled and is purified until it becomes a pure, isolated product.