Keeping it real, keeping it natural
From seeds and clones, all cannabis plants are cultivated right here in Austin. All while using natural and organic practices to ensure the highest quality. Just as nature intended.
Throughout the nine month lifecycle of the plant it is monitored several times daily to ensure high quality buds. The cannabis flowers contain the highest concentration of cannabinoids and will be processed in the same location where they are grown and harvested.
Once the plant has reached maturity it is ready to be harvested. Flowers are separated from the plant and dried naturally to remove excess moisture and prepare the flower for processing into Live Rosin. Rosin is the most natural way to convert the flower into a concentrate for use in our products. No chemicals are used in this process. Flowers are gently heated and pressed several times, both activating and isolating the cannabinoids. This Live Rosin is then used to prepare everything from Elevated Gummies to Relief Salve and Dog Treats.
We use only all-natural and organic products and practices, from planting to processing. We care about what goes into our products because we want the best for our bodies and our planet. And we know you do too. That’s why we use organic oils in our Relief Salve, and organic cane sugar in our Gummies. To bring all-natural relief to you just the way nature intended.
Cannabis and hemp have been around for thousands of years and were an integral part in the founding of this country. Throughout generations it has been used for medicinal, industrial, and recreational purposes. This short film from Patagonia shares more about the history of hemp in America and some factors that create challenges or open doors to its cultivation.
The Endocannabinoid System (ECS) is in all of us, even our pets, and is linked to the nervous system. Its primary role is to maintain the stability of our internal environment, aka homeostasis, and it is active in your body even if you don’t use cannabis. PBS worked to answer many questions about the use of CBD and other cannabinoids and provide info into their effects on humans and animals in “The Cannabis Question.”