• That’s Natural is a full spectrum CBD oil - that means that there is a complete profile of both cannabinoids and terpenes.  These natural chemical compounds may also be beneficial to human health.  We believe - that by protecting and preserving these compounds through our Supercritical CO2 Extraction process, that we create a product that is more pure and more potent. The That’s Natural cannabinoids include: CBD (Cannabidiol), CBDa (Cannabidiolic Acid), CBC (Cannabichromene), CBG (Cannabigerol), and CBN (Cannabinol). The That’s Natural terpene profile includes: beta-myrcene, linalool, d-limonene, alpha-pinene, humulene, beta-caryophyllene....

  • That’s Natural believes in the full spectrum quality and results that come from products that maintain the compounds and nutrients that are naturally a part of the plant.  With our CBD-rich hemp oil products, you will find that our oil contains a full spectrum of cannabinoids and terpenes - not just CBD.  By leaving the inherent healing properties of the plant (the ‘essential oils’ of the plant are what the plant uses to maintain its health and protect its immune system), these same nutrients and compounds can be beneficial for...

  • Trichomes on the hemp/cannabis plant are where the majority of cannabinoids, like CBD (but not limited to CBD) exist.  These tiny little crystal-like hairs are barely visible to the eye.  The above photo shows them on the same type of hemp plant that That’s Natural uses for its CBD-rich hemp oil products.  This picture was taken using a low-power microscope. Whole plant cannabinoids (and naturally occurring terpenes) are present in CBD oils that are extracted as oil from the plants themselves - and not further processed beyond that point.  The oil,...

  • Cannabinoids and terpenes are continuing to gain traction as potential compounds that can treat a wide variety of ailments - from cancer to seizures.  Human's endogenous cannabinoid receptors (the Endocannabinoid System) are responsive to cannabinoids, and the non-psychoactive cannabinoid CBD (or Cannabidiol) has especially exciting applications because it can be used with children, the elderly, people with balance issues, and even pets. Here is an article "Human Metabolites of Cannabidiol: A Review on Their Formation, Biological Activity, and Relevance in Therapy" from the journal Cannabis and Cannabinoid Research. Natural plant-based...

  • Our bodies are made to digest and break down plant materials.  Our bodies know what to do with all of the components of a bite of orange, or apple, or a the leaves of green tea.  In all of these bites of plants - there are carbohydrates, proteins, essential fatty acids, sugars - all with compounds and components that our body then digests and uses to maintain our health and well-being. Take out just ONE component of that bite of orange - for example, isolating the compound Vitamin C -...

  • Essential oils are made of the tiniest of molecules - these are molecules that are small enough to pass through all of the tissues of the plant and into their cells.  These same molecules are those that can penetrate the skin and the blood-brain barrier of a human being.  Any compound that is less than (<) 500 amu can do this.  That is what makes compounds in essential oils so effective in the human body.  They bring nutrition and information into cells, and transport out waste products.   Any essential...

  •   Terpenes are naturally occurring molecules that exist in many plants including citrus fruit rinds, many herbs, hops, and pine needles.  Hemp and/or cannabis plants also have terpenes that are a naturally occurring component of the plant.  There are over 100 known terpenes that can be found in the cannabis plant, and each of these can contribute to the smell, taste, and effect that the plant has on the human body.   Some common terpenes include:  Myrcene (also found in lemongrass, hops, mango, and thyme), Linalool (also found in lavender),...