|Multi Collagen Ultra with CBD Vanilla Chai 30 Servings Powder|
Organic Fermented Full-Spectrum Hemp
Our fermented CBD hemp is USDA Certified Organic and full-spectrum. In addition, we added historically prized and clinically-studied botanicals as well as organic fermented cinnamon, turmeric root and black pepper fruit.
Our CBD hemp products are full-spectrum, meaning they do contain the full array of cannabinoids in hemp, including THC levels at or below the federally-mandated 0.3% level.
5 Types of Collagen. Our collagen powder is sourced from non-GMO, grass-fed, hormone-free, cage-free and cruelty-free sources and features collagen types I, II, III, V and X. This multi-source collagen does everything from supporting healthy skin to supporting joint and gut health.
Medium Chain Triglycerides. Medium chain triglycerides, aka MCTs, are a high-quality fat that is easily used by the body. Our MCTs are sourced from coconut.
Organic Spice Blend. Natural warming spices of organic cinnamon bark and organic ginger root provides a subtle and delicious flavor.
Quality Clear Potency - The potency of CBD hemp you get per serving is clearly listed right on the front of the bottle. This product gives you 5mg of CBD per serving, which is one easy scoop.
Fermented. This CBD hemp powder contains USDA Certified Organic full-spectrum and whole plant hemp that has been fermented.
USDA Certified Organic. Because hemp is a bioaccumulator (capable of absorbing both good and bad substances from air, water and soil at a rate faster than they’re naturally lost), we believe it’s crucial to make sure your hemp is organically grown. All of our hemp products are sourced from USDA Certified Organic farms and our finished goods are completed in a Current Good Manufacturing Practices (CGMP) facility.
Full Spectrum. Unlike CBD isolates, our full-spectrum hemp features not only CBD but also may contain cannabinol (CBN), cannabichromene (CBC), cannabigerol (CBG) and terpenes. We believe in the benefits of full-spectrum CBD hemp, since the endocannabinoid system has receptors for all of these cannabinoids.
What is fermentation and why is it important? Overall, fermentation is an ancient process that has traditionally used to break down food into more absorbable components. During the fermentation process, microorganisms use aerobic and anaerobic metabolism to achieve this.
In general, here are some key benefits of fermentation:
Fermentation “pre-digests” nutrients and beneficial compounds into more accessible and bioavailable forms.
During fermentation, key vitamins are sometimes increased and even created, as well as other micronutrients. In some instances, fermentation can actually make certain foods more edible and more digestible, such as roots, leaves, nuts, tubers, seeds and grains.
Fermentation can increase the presence of probiotics in the food.