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Unrivaled Quality in CBD Manufacturing

Batch Full Spectrum CBD Oil: A Cut Above

At Kentucky Cannabis Company, we pride ourselves on producing top-quality Batch Full Spectrum CBD Oil. Our unique BHO extraction process, applied to the finest high-CBD hemp grown in Kentucky, ensures a superior range of Full Spectrum CBD products. Learn about the benefits of CBD oil and how it surpasses isolated and Co2 extracted products in delivering long-lasting results.

Kentucky-Grown Hemp: The Foundation of Excellence

The hemp used in our Batch Full Spectrum CBD oil is cultivated on fertile Kentucky farms, known for their robust cannabinoid profiles. Our Full Spectrum CBD oil offers a comprehensive range of therapeutic benefits, making it a coveted product in the wholesale CBD market.

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Full Spectrum CBD for Every Need

Whether you’re looking for CBD skincare products, CBD tinctures, or bulk CBD oil, we cater to all your wholesale Full Spectrum CBD needs. Our extensive selection ensures that you can find the perfect product to complement your lineup.

Innovative CBD Tinctures Wholesale

Our Full Spectrum CBD tinctures are crafted for easy absorption and quick relief. These tinctures exemplify our commitment to harnessing hemp’s full potential, providing a reliable, high-quality CBD solution for a variety of uses, including CBD for pain relief, CBD for anxiety, and CBD for sleep.

Partner with Us for White and Private Label CBD

Your Go-To Source for White Label and Private Label CBD

Kentucky Cannabis Company offers comprehensive private label and white label CBD manufacturing services. Choose us as your partner for high-quality, Kentucky-grown wholesale full-spectrum CBD oil and a variety of white-label CBD products.

Why Choose Our Wholesale Full Spectrum CBD Oil

Our small-batch, artisanal line of wholesale Full Spectrum CBD Oil adheres to federal THC limits. We offer an array of white-label CBD products, including CBD gummies, CBD capsules, and CBD topicals.

FAQs About Our Wholesale CBD Products

What Sets Kentucky Cannabis Company Apart in the CBD Market?

As a trusted industry leader, we offer the highest quality directly from the manufacturer. Our fully integrated approach allows us to provide affordable private-label CBD and top-notch wholesale full-spectrum CBD oil.

How Does Kentucky Cannabis Company Ensure CBD Quality?

Our commitment to quality is unmatched. We test all CBD products in-house and through third-party labs, exceeding any published standards to date. Our quality standards ensure you get the best in the market.

Can Retailers Partner with Kentucky Cannabis Company?

Absolutely! Retailers interested in selling CBD can join our Partner Program. We provide support to help you sell CBD effectively in your area.

Are Your CBD Products Lab-Tested?

Yes, all our CBD products undergo rigorous testing to confirm their quality and consistency. Learn more about our testing process.

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Nothing really prepares parents for the first crisis that involves their child. Since day one, Colten had given us a run for our money. Two extra digits on his right foot (What?! Yes. It was the craziest little foot but it was still adorable), a week-long stay in ICU 4 days after birth while he lounged under lights and we prayed for him to eat. Nothing with him went according to plan. Looking back now, I’m glad it didn’t. Because it was our plan he wouldn’t adhere to. Clearly God had another. Read our CBD Story here.

Questions and Answers about CBD

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    What is Cannabidiol (CBD)

    CBD is one of more than 100 active cannabinoid chemicals in the cannabis plant and the predominate cannabinoid in hemp. It’s what makes hemp – hemp!

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    How does CBD work?

    Humans have naturally occurring cannabinoid receptors located in the brain and throughout the body (central nervous system, peripheral nervous system, organs). They are part of the Endocannabinoid System (ECS) which is involved in a variety of physiological processes. CBD, or cannabidiol, stimulates the production of our own naturally occurring cannabinoids. These cannabinoids promote health in ways that are still being discovered.

    Endocannabinoid System in the human body
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    What are cannabinoids

    There are more than 100 identified cannabinoids found in hemp. They are the primary chemical compounds produced by cannabis plants. These compounds are key in normal immune and central nervous system functioning.

    Hemp produces more than 100 different phytocannabinoids naturally. Of the 100+ non-psychoactive phytocannabinoids, Cannabidiol (CBD) is the most widely known. Others include Cannabigerol (CBG), Cannabichromene (CBC) & more.

    What are Cannabinoids Video
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    What is the Endocannabinoid System (ECS)

    The Endocannabinoid System (ECS) in an important physiological system discovered in the 1990’s. Located in the brain and throughout the central and peripheral nervous systems, the ECS is involved in establishing and maintaining human health. While it affects a wide variety of biological processes, experts believe its overall function is to regulate and promote homeostasis in the body.

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    What is better? Isolates (single-molecule) or whole plant extractions

    Full-spectrum cannabinoid extractions, like Bluegrass Hemp Oil, are definitely better! Single-molecule advocates reflect a cultural and political bias that benefits Big Pharma products. It is not the ideal way to receive the benefits of CBD. Cannabis sativa contains several hundred compounds, including various flavonoids, terpenes, and many other cannabinoids in addition to CBD. Each of these compounds have unique therapeutic attributes, but when combined they create what scientists refer to as a holistic “entourage effect,” so that the therapeutic impact of the whole plant is greater than the sum of its single-molecule parts.

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    Does it really matter where the CBD comes from

    Yes. Absolutely. Single-molecule CBD synthesized in a lab (crystalline), extracted and refined from retted industrial hemp stalks lacks critical medicinal terpenes and secondary cannabinoids found in high-CBD Cannabis sativa strains. These compounds are essential as they interact with CBD to enhance its therapeutic benefits. Because of the poor results of past single molecule cannabis products, we feel it’s better to include the whole natural array of cannabinoid goodness in the plant.

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    Can CBD interact with current medications

    Potentially, yes. We suggest waiting 1-2 hours before or after taking any medications to use the CBD oil. CBD inhibits the cytochrome P450 enzyme, which is involved in metabolizing many drugs. Compounds in grapefruit inhibit the same enzyme group, which is why physicians advise patients not to eat grapefruit shortly before or after taking a medication. By inhibiting cytochrome P450, CBD can either reduce or increase the effects of other drugs. In some situations, it may be advisable for a physician to monitor a patient’s blood levels of other medications while taking CBD. This is particularly important for children on multiple medications. There are several parent groups on social media that help parents with CBD interaction with pharmaceuticals. **We firmly believe it’s best to reduce medication(s) where possible.

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    Where is the CBD in Bluegrass Hemp Oil Products derived

    We proudly stand behind the fact that the CBD in all Bluegrass Hemp Oil products is straight from the bloom of our natural, Kentucky grown, American hemp varieties known for their high CBD/low THC content. No stalks, stems, fan leaves or seeds were harmed during its production. ☺ Don’t get us wrong… All parts of this wonderful plant have their place and benefits; however, CBD extractions aren’t it.

    Are imported CBD products the same as Bluegrass Hemp Oil products?

    Imported, industrial hemp products are derived from the seed or all aerial parts of the hemp plant, not from the blooms which contain the resin trichomes with CBD…. It’s important to note: While small amounts of Cannabidiol might be pressed or extracted from hemp seed or stalk, high quality CBD can only be extracted from the blooms and leaves. Hemp oil start-ups lack credibility when they say their CBD comes from hemp seed and stalk.

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    Will CBD Oil work for me

    While we cannot make guarantees, we have received a lot of positive feedback from our consumers. There are many ways in which CBD can help improve quality of life. Our best advise is that if you want to see if CBD oil is for you, try our Full Spectrum Genesis Blend or Batch CBD oil. Make sure to follow the directions on the bottle. For best results take morning and evening serving. CBD is only active in the human system for 12 hours.

    We feel that if cannabis is going to provide benefits it most have a rich robust blend of cannabinoids. Our products contain real natural cannabinoids and terpenes. Our products usually test for more total cannabinoids and terpenes than any other brand CBD oil. If a full spectrum of natural cannabinoids are not in the CBD oil they can not provide you with maximum benefits.

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    How much CBD should I take

    Serving Size

    • We recommend that everyone begins with 1ml of our regular strength Genesis Blend products twice a day.
    • Use the same amount for 10-14 days. Increase by .5ml twice a day if needed.
    • Don’t overdo it. “Less is more” is often the case with high quality CBD.
    • Consult your health provider.
    • Reduce the use of pharmaceuticals when possible while under doctor supervision.
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    Can I test positive for THC

    Because our products are full spectrum, yes, it is a possibility you will test positive for THC. That being said, our products are federally legal and well within the legal limit of .3% THC. We advise that you notify your prescribing physician and employer prior to using this product.

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    Are Bluegrass Hemp Oil products organic

    Although we are not certified organic, we cultivate using organic practices. No pesticides are used on our plants. Instead, we use an integrated pest management program (using beneficial bugs).

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    What is the shelf life of CBD Oil

    Preliminary data shows that if stored properly, there is no observed degradation of Bluegrass Hemp Oil or Batch products up to 1 year. We continue to evaluate these findings.

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    Are BHO products safe to use on animals

    Of course! Our products are safe enough for the most frail in our community – infants and elderly, so they are definitely safe for pets! We suggest using 1 drop of oil per ten pounds of animal twice a day.

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    Do you ship Bluegrass Hemp Oil products to all 50 states

    Yes, we proudly ship to all 50 states! Our full spectrum CBD products contain at or below 0.03% THC

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    Where do you source your hemp material from

    For our Genesis Blends, we cultivate proprietary genetics on our farms in the great state of Kentucky. For Batch, we purchase hemp from growers that have hemp that has rich and robust cannabinoid profiles.

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    Hydrocarbon distillation with butane is scientifically superior when it comes to the gentle extraction of all plant compounds, and therefore is the only process that produces a product that truly resembles the plant from which it came. During the extraction process, butane dissolves not just the cannabinoids but also the whole spectrum of lighter, more volatile terpene compounds from the plant into the concentrate, meaning the oleoresin will maintain the scent and flavor of the plant. This will result in a more therapeutic and beneficial product.

    CO2 is harsher on the plants and strips the terpenes during the extraction process. It is attractive to many companies because it allows them to get away with running poor quality flower, i.e. 0.0% THC seed, extracting from other aerial parts, etc. In other words, since companies are producing a homogeneous product, there’s really no point in using high quality hemp during CO2 extraction. They’re stripping away everything but the CBD anyway.

    A common misconception is that C02 oil is solvent less, while butane is not. No oil is solvent less. Carbon dioxide is a solvent just like butane. C02 is not toxic, leaving no residual. However it is considered a greenhouse gas. Its vapor pressure is so high it simply disappears. Butane evaporates at 33 degrees F and can be removed entirely, leaving no residual as well. It also has no lethal dose and is approved for food processing by the FDA. Butane is not a greenhouse gas.

    FUN FACT: People regularly consume products where butane has been used. Menu items like crème brulee and flan are finished with butane torch to crust it. Many will host barbeques while cooking their food with a propane grill. When lighting a cigarette 500ppm parts per million of butane are inhaled. This is GRAS by the FDA. Our products are tested down to the parts per billion. Our products test at undetectable levels.

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    Is your product water soluble

    No. Cannabinoids and terpenes in their natural state are not water soluble. They are soluble in lipids and fats however. Water soluble products contain cannabinoids and terpenes that have been manipulated in a lab or production facility overall limiting their efficacy. A popular term for this is Nanotechnology.

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    Do you carry THC free products

    No. Reason being, THC free is not full spectrum.  At best it is broad spectrum. At worst, it is isolated CBD. THC is a necessary part of the extract. It changes how the cannabinoids interact at/on the cannabinoid receptors. Studies show these types of products are less effective than full spectrum products. With isolated products, consumers can generate a tolerance requiring them to increase their serving sizes over time.

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    How quickly will I see results

    This question isn’t easily answered. Results will vary based on:

    1. The health of their Endocannabinoid System (ECS) – People can be deficient in endocannabinoids, deficient in cannabinoid receptors or deficient in both. There is no way to know until they start taking the products.  That is why consistency is key! Serving twice a day, every day. See more about your Endocannabinoid System.
    2. The health of the individual – Help CBD help you. Healthier eating, exercising, stress management, etc. in addition to CBD is the way to success. See more about Food for ECS (Endocannabinoid System) Success

    Pharmaceutical regimen – Pharmaceutical interaction can prohibit CBD from working properly in the system. Consumers should always talk to a physician before adding CBD to their daily routine

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    Shouldn't I take more

    “More Doesn’t Always Mean Better.”

    With the rise of CBD products on the market, new companies are preying on the Western culture mindset of “More is Better”. Beyond the fact that products with high CBD concentrations are obviously isolate and/or made with LOW quality hemp varieties, there really is a reason and science behind why we always recommend our consumers start with our Original Strength Genesis Blend extracts.

    Chronic high servings down-regulates the CB1, desensitizing the receptors, potentially causing (or exacerbating) an endocannabinoid deficiency. Low to moderate serving helps the ECS; high chronic serving hurts the ECS.

    This COULD BE the reason why some of our consumers report the product “stops working” for them. Recommend they stop taking the extract for a few days, then start again with a lower serving.

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    Should I take CBD before or after eating

    This is a matter of preference, honestly.  There is a study that shows that after eating may be the best time to let the oil absorb under the tongue because the salivary glands are active.  Taking it after eating could be a good recommendation for consumers who feel like it may not be working for them as quickly as they’d like.

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    Will CBD help with my anxiety

    No one can honestly answer that. What we know is CBD is known for its anxiolytic (aNGzēəˈlidik) properties. This means that CBD is known to reduce feelings of anxiety and other symptoms caused by anxiety. This includes generalized anxiety disorder, panic disorder, social anxiety disorder, obsessive–compulsive disorder, and post-traumatic stress disorder.

    Check out this study for a more in-depth explanation:

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    Parkinson's / Tremors

    The Federal Government holds a patent on CBD for Parkinson’s relief and CBD’s neuroprotective abilities patent# 6630507.  A good way to measure if CBD oil is helping for these consumers – suggest that they write their name daily to track their progress. Take a serving of full Spectrum CBD Oil in the AM and PM daily.

    • Day One (Before their first serving AND 30 minutes after)
    • Day Two and on (30 mins after their serving)

    Tell them to be sure to date each one so they can see how they improve!

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    Can CBD stabilize moods and emotions

    As a known antipsychotic, CBD can be used to treat psychosis (including THC psychosis, bipolar disorder and schizophrenia). This means that unstable emotions produced from imbalances of chemicals in the brain can be treated with CBD. The study linked showed that CBD can normalize dysfunction in brain regions which are critically implicated in psychosis. This “normalization” is the reason CBD can be effective in treating psychosis.

    Study on CBD and psychosis:

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    Will this help with epilepsy

    As a full spectrum-oil, the cannabinoids within the oil work together to give an “entourage effect”. CBD and THCV work together with their antiepileptic properties to help prevent seizures. Based on the study linked, “there is now class 1 evidence that adjunctive use of CBD improves seizure control in patients with specific epilepsy syndromes”. This evidence supports the story of Colten and his journey to a pharmaceutical free life.

    Study on CBD as an antiepileptic:

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    What else can be done to improve the endocannabinoid system (ECS)

    Not only is it beneficial to use CBD oil to supplement your ECS, you can also eat foods that have positive effects. For optimal ECS function, improved health, and increased effect of medical cannabis, eat the following foods:

    • Essential fatty acids (hemp seed oil, flax seed oil, chia seeds, walnuts)
    • Chocolate (at least 70% dark chocolate)

    Herbs and tea (echinacea, camelia sinensis, turmeric, maca root powder)

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    What are the benefits of full spectrum

    First of all, it’s important to remember what the term “full spectrum” really means. Full spectrum – All naturally occurring cannabinoids and terpenes in the plant are present in the extract.  There are 100+ known cannabinoids found in cannabis. While each variety does not contain every cannabinoid, the cannabinoids that they do contain are complementary and supplementary to each other.

    For example: CBD is studied and known for its bone stimulant properties. But if you look across the other cannabinoids, like THCV, CBG, CBC, CBDV, they also have bone stimulant properties.  The presence of the other cannabinoids results in better outcomes for consumers. Combine these therapeutic properties with those from the terpenes, you have a true recipe for success.  “Teamwork makes the Dream Work!”

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    I heard water soluble CBD is better because our bodies don't absord the oil-based CBD efficiently ( aka absorption and bioavailability)

    Not true. As we’ve always said, and science corroborates, full spectrum extracts are better for the consumers for a variety of reasons we’ve covered many times. What we haven’t covered is the carrier oil, chosen purposefully for how its processed and its benefits, and how it plays an important part in bioavailability.   

    MCT oil has been dubbed a super fuel since our bodies absorb MCTs (medium-chain triglycerides) more rapidly than LCTs (long-chain triglycerides), i.e. olive oil.

    Due to their shorter chain length, MCTs travel straight from the gut to the liver where they are quickly absorbed into the bloodstream, leading to higher absorption rates. They do not require stomach acid or bile to break them down to be utilized by the body, making them incredibly efficient and effective, and reducing loss during the digestion process. 

    BONUS: MCTs, since they can easily enter your cells without being broken down, can be used as an immediate source of energy. Additionally, they can be converted into ketones which can pass through the blood-brain barrier, making them a convenient source of energy for your brain cells. Pair that with the benefits of CBD, you have a 1-2 punch for neurological conditions like epilepsy, Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s!

    It’s important to note: The same cannot be said of our capsules as they do NOT contain MCT oil and must go through the digestive process.

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    In their natural state, cannabinoids and terpenes are fat soluble

    You may be asking, “Why does this matter?” Well, the current hype in the hemp industry is water-soluble hemp products for “faster absorption”. This type of product requires the manufacturer to chemically change the compounds – resulting not only in a product that is nowhere near the plant it comes from but also altering the way it interacts with the body and actually diminishing overall results.