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Finding a consistent quality bulk CBD wholesale products can have certain challenges that could require an experienced hemp consultant to help navigate potential unknowns.

Kilo Dealer works with a large team of qualified hemp consultants ready to help you identify and buy quality CBD wholesale products – upon pre-qualified approval.

It’s important to understand a few basics when it comes to locating quality bulk CBD wholesale products and distributors.

Understanding quality CBD wholesale options include:

  • Hemp wholesale CBD consulting.
  • Bulk and wholesale CBD inquiry.
  • What is CBD Isolate?
  • What is CBD Distillate?
  • What is CBD C02 Extract?
  • Is CBD safe?
  • What is the safety of CBD and CBD isolate, distillate or CO2?
  • WHO (World Health Organization) CBD (cannabidiol) pre-review report.
  • How are CBD extracts made?
  • What are the best sources of hemp for CBD wholesale production?
  • Which is better – CBD Isolate, CBD distillate or full spectrum CBD products?
  • Is CBD from hemp the same as CBD from medical cannabis?
  • Is CBD natural?
  • Is CBD organic?
  • Is CBD legal?
  • Medical hemp derived CBD?
  • Hemp-derived wholesale CBD isolate offtake & futures contracts.

Contact our Kilo Dealer hemp consultants if you have any more specific questions we might have overlooked.

Hemp Wholesale CBD Consulting

Kilo Dealer’s hemp consulting team works directly with large scale hemp processors to source and distribute hemp-derived CBD Oil and other CBD products both in North America and internationally.

Bulk and Wholesale CBD Inquiry

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What is CBD Isolate?

CBD isolate is a single CBD (cannabidiol) molecule – with no other cannabinoids. CBD Isolate is purified, concentrated CBD (Cannabidiol). Science has identified over 113 cannabinoids and what is CBD isolate is just one of the several known cannabinoids.

CBD isolate is a white crystalline powder (similar looking to table sugar or salt) both hydrophobic and lipid soluble. CBD Isolate is a highly refined product in a solid form often used in pharmaceutical and nutraceutical product manufacturing.

What is CBD Distillate?

CBD isolate is a single CBD (cannabidiol) molecule – with no other cannabinoids. CBD Isolate is purified, concentrated CBD (Cannabidiol). Science has identified over 113 cannabinoids and what is CBD isolate is just one of the several known cannabinoids.

CBD isolate is a white crystalline powder (similar looking to table sugar or salt) both hydrophobic and lipid soluble. What is CBD Isolate is a highly refined product in a solid form often used in pharmaceutical and nutraceutical product manufacturing.

What is CBD CO2?

CBD isolate is a single CBD (cannabidiol) molecule – with no other cannabinoids. CBD Isolate is purified, concentrated CBD (Cannabidiol). Science has identified over 113 cannabinoids and what is CBD isolate is just one of the several known cannabinoids.

CBD isolate is a white crystalline powder (similar looking to table sugar or salt) both hydrophobic and lipid soluble. What is CBD Isolate is a highly refined product in a solid form often used in pharmaceutical and nutraceutical product manufacturing.

Is CBD Safe?

CBD products have a wide safety margin. CBD or cannabidiol is a non-intoxicating and non-psychoactive cannabinoid – derived from either hemp or cannabis.

Renowned for its anti-inflammatory and other therapeutic effects, CBD is declared as broadly safe with recognized medicinal value by WHO (World Health Organisation). With President Trump signing the 2018 Farm Bill, CBD has become legal inside the United States – with some rare local exceptions. The FDA is continuing to establish general guidelines for hemp, as hemp CBD isolates, distillates and CO2 extracts make their way to the mass markets.

CBD is widely regarded as being safe and there is increasing amounts of evidence demonstrating its effectiveness in treating or managing a number of conditions.

The World Health Organisation published a 2018 review of CBD and found it to be broadly safe with little risk of addiction or abuse.

“CBD is generally well tolerated with a good safety profile. Reported adverse effects may be as a result of drug-drug interactions between CBD and patients’ existing medications. Several countries have modified their national controls to accommodate CBD as a medicinal product. To date, there is no evidence of recreational use of CBD or any public health related problems associated with the use of pure CBD.” Other medical publications reveal CBD is well tolerated in humans taking chronic high doses up to 1,500 mg per day – showing a complete absence of toxicity.

WHO (World Health Organization) CBD (cannabidiol) pre-review report.

Like all drugs, high doses can cause side effects. Toxic and lethal CBD doses have not been established but are clearly much higher than a therapeutic dose.

Having a lower therapeutic dose with a high safety profile makes CBD a useful molecule in the treatment of a wide range of issues. Traditional pharmaceuticals – such as opiates and other psychiatric drugs – often have long lists of potential dangerous side effects.

Always seek medical advice before beginning treatment with CBD. This is important if you are on medication because CBD can interfere with the metabolism of other drugs – such as blood pressure and psychiatric medicine.

How are CBD extracts made?

CBD is a cannabinoid which occurs naturally in the flowers and leaves of cannabis plants including hemp and marijuana. CBD isolate is most commonly derived from specially bred high CBD hemp cultivars.

CBD extracts are typically sourced from either agricultural, industrial, or medical hemp biomass.

Since CBD can be utilized as a medicine, it’s highly recommended your CBD isolate company follows GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice). Following strict GMP ensures quality, safety, potency, purity, and consistency.

When CBD isolate is properly manufactured for use in the pharmaceutical industry, CBD isolate is considered to be an API (Active Pharmaceutical Ingredient).

What are the best sources of hemp for CBD wholesale production?

CBD can be produced from nearly any type of cannabis or hemp plant containing sufficient levels of CBD.

Hemp source material should be clean by verifying cultivation origin, quality, and thorough pesticide and other contaminant testing.

Hemp biomass rich in CBD harvested and preserved properly will result in a far more efficient and economical wholesale CBD isolate process – with higher yields and lower levels of impurities.

For commercial production, high CBD hemp cultivars are preferred. These varieties have been bred specially to produce large flowers rich in CBD and very low in THC.

While lower quality flowers such as industrial hemp can be used, these will be less efficient and also risk containing contaminants – such as agricultural chemicals and heavy metals.

Only plants specifically grown and tested for use in medicines should be used for CBD production. Unfortunately, the majority of hemp used in CBD production is low quality which has resulted in a lot of commercially available CBD isolate adulterated with contaminants such as pesticides, fungal toxins, heavy metals or THC.

Reputable manufactures strictly manage their hemp cultivation, procurement, and testing to prevent contaminants from entering the supply chain. This is a normal part of Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) for hemp and wholesale CBD isolate.

Which is better - CBD Isolate, CBD distillate or full spectrum CBD products?

CBD isolate is widely used in nutraceutical and pharmaceutical products and is increasingly finding its way into vape products, topical products, and is the prime ingredient for some animal products.

While CBD isolate is the purest type of CBD product, it isn’t always the best choice of ingredient.

CBD isolate and full spectrum products have different characteristics. There are times patients or manufacturers need or want a single compound – eg: for a clinical trial or targeted therapy and other times they want more generalized effect.

Depending on the finished product – there are many valuable therapeutic effects from the other cannabinoids, terpenes and other compounds found in hemp flower and hemp biomass.

CBD isolate shows limitations relative to “full spectrum” products in many studies.

Israeli researchers show full spectrum CBD products are more effective – than CBD isolate – and retains a dose-response relationship at higher doses.

CBD isolate tends to be less effective at comparable doses than full spectrum products, and its effects don’t increase linearly as doses increase.

Recent CBD research – Overcoming the Bell‐Shaped Dose‐Response of Cannabidiol by Using Cannabis Extract Enriched in Cannabidiol, reveals CBD isolate is less effective and has a more narrow window of effective application.

In general, isolates are not as effective as a full spectrum of nutrients. An example is the difference between single molecule of Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) versus the whole plant’s full spectrum of nutrients – from an Orange.

Single molecule isolates are different and not equivalent to a full range of the dozens of potential Vitamin C variants. Taking a Vitamin C isolate tablet – typically ascorbic acid – will provide precision dosing, yet, will deprive you of the full benefit of a wide range of Vitamin C nutrients.

CBD isolate research shows the need for higher (more narrow and precise) doses, comes with more potential side effects, and has lower effectiveness over time. Lesser effective CBD isolate product outcomes are seen in the first registered CBD isolate based product – Epidiolex.

Is CBD from hemp the same as CBD from medical cannabis?

Hemp is cannabis that meets a specific legal definition.

Hemp is widely used for CBD production because it is easier and cheaper to grow – due to legal and security requirements. When producing any medical CBD product – the hemp or cannabis must be grown and follow appropriate standards.

In many regions, using cannabinoids in foods and medicines requires complying with Medical Cannabis legislation because it contains provisions which address the requirements for medical quality production.

Industrial hemp, on the other hand, is often grown for non food/medicine purposes – such as for soil remediation or for fibre production, without consideration to potential contaminants.

Is your CBD natural?

CBD is a natural component of cannabis plants including hemp. CBD isolate may also be produced synthetically.

Most CBD sold is derived from natural hemp or cannabis and can be considered a natural product – depending on how it is grown and processed.

Is your CBD organic?

Organic CBD is possible if produced from organic farmland, using organic farming methods, and processed in organic certified facilities using organic processes.

Many producers claim their product is organic and use this term loosely or without understanding their manufacturing process.

Most isolation methods rely on petrochemical solvents such as Pentane – which doesn’t fit the “natural” image many users have of CBD.

Certain compounds are called “organic solvents” and have a completely different meaning than how the term is used in “organic farming” or “organic foods.”

Organic solvents contain carbon, oxygen, and hydrogen. Benzene, Petroleum, and Diesel are considered “organic” by this loose definition of what it means to be organic.

In contrast, CBD oil and CBD isolate can be produced without toxic solvents.

Some methods of CBD isolation – such as distillation plus crystallization or supercritical chromatography – use only natural GRAS solvents. Natural GRAS solvents – such as carbon dioxide and ethanol may be considered natural and organic.

Look for organic certified hemp and organic certified extraction and isolation facilities if you want or need true organic CBD products.

As of now organic CBD isolate is rare yet, is expected to grow in availability rapidly in the coming years with federal hemp legalization and consumer demand.

Is Wholesale CBD legal?

CBD is regulated as a drug or cannabis product in most countries. Some states and countries consider it a “novel food ingredient” and have little regulation.

Much of the CBD industry operates outside regulation and sometimes makes inappropriate legal claims or statements.

Always seek independent legal advice before producing, buying, or selling any CBD product. This legal advice should include both your area of domicile, where the product is grown, processed, and sold.

Many wholesale CBD isolate suppliers and buyers require a certification that they have sought legal advice and to take responsibility for the legal implications of their purchase or operations.

Kilo Dealer will require relevant licenses, certification, and permits to help facilitate smooth trade with wholesale CBD isolate, CBD distillate, CBD CO2 and other hemp CBD products.

Medical hemp derived CBD?

In the United States, Kilo Dealer works with large established cultivators, processors, and designer who can help you build and operate new large scale hemp processing labs.

Kilo Dealer is in partnership with North America’s largest supercritical CO2 extraction company to develop large scale turnkey labs capable of processing thousands of pounds of hemp biomass daily – to meet the growing demand for high quality CBD from US hemp.We also source and sell biomass, while working directly with large cultivation groups, farmers cooperatives, and First Nation groups – to supply large quantities of hemp biomass required for large scale CBD production.

Hemp-derived wholesale CBD offtake & futures contracts.

Internationally, we have issued offtake agreements to purchase low THC hemp-derived CBD isolate and other concentrates for local processing and exporting.

These will be derived from hemp grown under GAP (Good Agricultural Practice) conditions and processed under GMP compliant and certified facilities to allow sale internationally to approved purchasers.

Note, these standards are “not” yet relevant in the current US CBD market.

If you require large quantities of crude oil or are a processor seeking oil for further refinement or manufacturing please contact us.

Our labs have large requirements for quality certified biomass, if you are an experienced farmer, cooperative, nation, or investment group seeking to enter the high CBD hemp production space please contact us to discuss potential orders.

Kilo Dealer works directly with farmers, processors, manufacturers, and their registered agents. All applicants must be qualified for production capability or purchase funds and intent – prior to any discussion of to buy CBD isolate wholesale prices.

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