CBD Products

CBD Inhaler

When you use a CBD inhaler, the CBD is absorbed partially in your mouth and in your lungs. You will feel the effects of this product much quicker than you would feel the effects of the tincture or the soft-gels because your lungs are the most vascular and thus the most efficient absorber of CBD in the body.

Softgel Capsules

The CBD in our soft-gels is dissolved and absorbed by the stomach, leading to a slower absorption into your system. Some people prefer this because it means longer lasting effects. Soft-gels are great for someone looking for an all day effect that helps them get through a full workday or to last through the night.

Tincture Drops

The CBD in our tincture is being absorbed partially in your mouth, and partially in your stomach. This allows the CBD to enter your body's system faster and slightly more efficiently. This means there’s a slightly faster onset of effect with tinctures, but it lasts slightly shorter than soft-gels. Our Tinctures are broad or full spectrum CBD (depending on which product you choose) and are diluted with fractionated coconut oil to ensure accurate dosing and flavored with organic peppermint oil.

CBD Infused Maple Sugar Packets

CBD maple sugar is made in house using maple syrup harvested on a small family run farm in Vermont. It’s incredibly easy to use and is a direct replacement in any foods or drinks that have sugar added to them.

Why choose our CBD Products?

At H2 processing we pride ourselves with making the best quality products. All of our products are third party tested for potency, heavy metals, pesticides, bacteria, and contaminants. These tests are available under our test results section. This is to guarantee all of our products are safe, consistent, and trustworthy 100% of the time.

What makes H2 Processing CBD Different?

There are alot of CBD products out there, but we offer THC free, 100% natural, 100% American grown products. All of our products are lab tested to insure the best quality. We have a unique process for our CBD products that you can check out right here.- will have link to our process page.

What type of product should I use?

We are technically not allowed to tell you what CBD products will and will not do for you until more studies confirm what so many happy customers have said. That said, we can explain how medicines and natural herbs are absorbed by the body to give you a better idea of what will work for you. If you sprain a muscle, you might take an Aleve or put some ice on the area. We refer to this method as attacking the problem from within and without, meaning, that you are treating the symptom both internally and externally. With most basic pain and pain based symptoms, this is a great way to approach the problem. Taking something internally will affect your entire body as a system; it will be digested, enter your bloodstream, and be distributed throughout the body to the correlating receptors. At the same time, medicated creams or ices will treat the symptom externally by reducing inflammation or being absorbed through the skin. External treatment targets a specific area, and taking something internally gives extended response that treats the symptom over time. CBD is no different. For whatever reason you are taking CBD, applying products both externally and internally cna treat symptoms more fully. The way chemicals react in your body when applied topically varies from how they react when taken orally and absorbed by your stomach or through blood vessels in your mouth. Therefore, taking this two pronged approach addresses both immediate relief and extended release.

CBD Products FAQ

The world of CBD is ever evolving within the scientific community and studies are still ongoing in regards to the optimal amount to take for what symptom. However, it's almost always recommended to do what we call, “titration.” This is the method of starting with a low dose and slowly working your way up to a higher dose over the course of several days based on your body's response. Listening to your body's needs is hugely important. Your body will tell you what feels right and what seems to be working, and this is different for every single person. All the products we offer are clearly labeled how many milligrams of CBD you are taking within each soft-gel, or each dropper full of tincture. Take note of this. Until more doctors come on board with CBD, it really comes down to the client to figure out their needs. For example, beginning with 25mg a day and moving up 25mg every 2-3 days until you notice relief from whatever symptoms you are suffering from (this is not a suggestion, simply an example of titrating). Once you find that right dosage of CBD, stick with it! If you begin to notice it’s not helping any longer, then you can begin to continue upping the dosage following the original 2-3 day cycle.

Not all CBD is created equal, however our broad spectrum CBD is the starting material we use for the majority of our products and it is consistent among the different types of products. The major differences from one of our products to another is the method of ingestion--which affects the rate of absorption. A brief rundown on how your body absorbs CBD is as follows: The lungs are highly vascular meaning they have many blood vessels exchanging oxygen and CO2 at a very high level. Because of this high vascularity, CBD is most efficiently absorbed into your bloodstream when inhaled. This method is also the most efficient meaning that most of the CBD is getting into your system rapidly and wasting very little CBD in the process. The receptors in your mouth are the next most efficient, so letting CBD tinctures sit in your mouth and allowing the vascularity of the mouth to absorb the CBD is more efficient than simply swallowing it. The stomach can also absorb CBD but is slower because of the digestion process. Because of this, it allows for what we refer to as an extended release. Meaning your stomach slowly over time releases more and more CBD into your system from the CBD products digesting in your gut.

There are many different ways to use CBD oils, it all depends on your purpose for using. You can use CBD for soreness and pain when you apply a cream to the skin or you can help your anxiety by applying a few capsules every morning under your tongue. You should wait at least 30 days to see if CBD is really right for you.