We’re in the business to change the industry

Full Spectrum Hemp’s parent company is Centuria Foods, a leading wholesale CBD manufacturer catering to the global market. Unlike isolate products, the CBD from Centuria Foods is Whole Plant Hemp, which keeps the full properties of the hemp plant intact and includes all the beneficial terpenes. Hemp is sourced exclusively from American farmers, while research and development is overseen by Centuria Foods at the company’s 55,000 square foot, FDA-registered, cGMP certified facility in Carson City, Nevada.

Our Reason For Being

Full Spectrum Hemp grew out of an intention to create a premium CBD experience. Many companies claim to use pure, high-quality CBD, but lack the ingredients stated on their own labels. As the need for transparency in the industry deepens, we see a potential, even probable end to dishonest companies, and so we are fighting to create a new standard.

Formulation and testing done by medical researchers in qualified laboratories is the foundation of our business model. Staying true to our values is what helps us create high-quality products that our customers trust in their homes and daily lives.

How We Do It

We create products for healthy lifestyles. Our passion for science and cutting edge formulations runs deep – from our in-house research and development team – and is what sets us apart from other companies.

FARMING

Hemp plants that are bred specifically for terpene and cannabinoid contents.

EXTRACTION

Hemp biomass is run through CO2 extraction processes to capture CBD.

MANUFACTURING

Full Spectrum Hemp products are made in accordance with Current Good Manufacturing Practices (CGMPs). We provide Certificates of Analysis using third party labs for all our products.

Legal Nationwide Shipping

Before the 2018 Farm Bill was passed, hemp farming was only legal in small, state-by-state pilot programs within the U.S.A. This largely meant that hemp could not be farmed on an industrial level as it was in other global producers.

Since then, hemp has officially been removed from the Controlled Substances Act. For farmers, this makes hemp a viable crop to produce and trade like cotton, soy, and tobacco.