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Nature’s Ultra products offer pure CBD with 0% THC, all paired with powerful Young Living essential oils. All of our ingredients are natural, organic, vegan approved, and gluten free. Best of all, our cultivation practices have been rigorously tested, and have been approved by Young Living’s Seed to Seal®* quality commitment.

Young Living’s Seed to Seal quality commitment sets the standard for planting, growing, harvesting, distilling, and producing essential oils. That’s why when we were searching for essential oils to use with our CBD products, we wanted or customers to have the very best.


All of our products are tested in multiple stages throughout the manufacturing process for potency and purity.


Our CBD is derived from hemp plants grown on our farm in Colorado without the use of any pesticides.


All of our products have been subjected to rigorous laboratory testing to ensure that it contains the optimal amount of CBD and is free of heavy metals.


Harsh chemicals are never used in our manufacturing process thanks to our proprietary CO2 extraction methods.


We have one of the first hemp farms in the United States to hold both a USDA organic certification and USDA organic handler’s certification. We believe in organic farming practices and regenerative agriculture.
Are Hemp and Marijuana the same?
No, while both plants are in the same Cannabis plant family, hemp is completely different from marijuana in its function, cultivation, and application.

Will CBD get me “high”?

No, CBD will not get you high. CBD is a cannabinoid that does NOT have euphoric side effects.

It’s important to note that while some people confuse CBD with THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), which is also found in the cannabis plant, the two are different. CBD is not psychoactive and does not cause the euphoric side effects commonly associated with THC. That means you can use CBD products without having to worry about THC causing any sort of reaction.

While CBD and THC both bind to the CB-2 receptor, they interact with the CB-1 receptors in different ways. Because of its molecular structure, THC is able to bind directly with CB-1 receptors. When this bond is formed, the reaction creates signals that are sent to the brain, which results in the the psychoactive effects of “getting high.” Research shows that CBD does not bond directly with CB-1 receptors*, and its presence can even negate the bond between THC and the CB-1 receptors, effectively neutralizing the psychoactive effects induced by THC.