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CBD Products Made with
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Hemp Smoke Extract


Experience the Difference

“I think this is what people think CBD should feel like.”

“I’ve been documenting every session and have included smokenol as well. It’s very different from regular CBD for me!”

“I’ve used other CBD products and none of them have given me this much relief.”

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Profound Naturals CBD, CBN, CBG Hemp Smoke Extract made with Smokenol extraction for sleep, pain, anxiety, arthritis, inflammation
Profound Naturals CBD, CBN, CBG Hemp Smoke Extract made with Smokenol extraction for sleep, pain, anxiety, arthritis, inflammation

Why CBD and High Heat?

Profound Naturals CBD, CBN, CBG Hemp Smoke Extract made with Smokenol extraction for sleep, pain, anxiety, inflammation
High Heat Transforms CBD and other Cannabinoids

Different Active Ingredients

Different Effects

CBD and other cannabinoids such as CBG and CBN occur naturally in hemp. Individually and in concert, they have documented effects on the brain and body.

 

Before they can be used in topical or other products they must be extracted from the hemp plant. Conventional methods do this using solvents at low temperatures (sometimes very low) out of concern that higher temperatures will degrade the cannabinoids.

 

But research shows that hemp extracts made at high temperatures offer unique benefits and may be more effective. High heat transforms CBD and other cannabinoids into many other cannabinoids, creating a richer and much more diverse profile of active ingredients. And, of course, you need high heat to produce smoke.

 

 

Our patent pending Smokenol™ extraction method harvests CBD as well as other cannabinoids such as CBT, CBG, and CBN from hemp smoke while leaving behind less desirable compounds.

 
This enables us to create products having active ingredients and effects unlike any other.

What is hemp?

Hemp is defined by the US government as cannabis with a very low THC content (no more than 0.3%). THC (delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol) causes the intoxicating effects of cannabis. THC and CBD (cannabidiol) are two of many cannabinoids naturally found in the hemp plant. These compounds interact with the body individually and in concert to cause certain effects.

What’s the difference between hemp and cannabis?

Usually the term “cannabis” describes high-THC cannabis that is psychoactive and makes you feel high. Hemp is a different type of cannabis that contains an extremely low amount of THC by weight (less than 0.3%), but contains higher amounts of other cannabinoids that have known targets in the body.

If you think of it like the spiciness of different types of peppers – high-THC cannabis is like jalapenos and hemp cannabis is like bell peppers. But just because bell peppers aren’t spicy doesn’t mean they can’t add to a dish, and the same can be said about hemp.

Hemp has been used by humans for thousands of years. Our first documented use of hemp was to use the fiber to create ropes in the late stone age! And while hemp does not contain significant amounts of THC, it does contain other cannabinoids (including CBD) which can have significant effects of their own that are different from THC and don’t make you high.

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