CBD Distillate

Our CBD Distillate extract is produced from certified organic High-CBD hemp grown locally in Vermont. Every batch of our CBG distillate is extremely clean and potent, averaging 75%+ CBD and no more than 0.3% total THC.

We guarantee only the cream of the crop goes into the final extraction, and each batch undergoes meticulous third-party testing to ensure a potent, compliant, and safe CBD extract. We offer our CBD Distillate in both full-spectrum and broad-spectrum options to tailor to a variety of product formulations.

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High CBD Potency

3rd Party Tested

Vermont Hemp

100% Natural

Non-GMO

CBD Product Spectrums

There are a variety of extraction methods available to obtain a range of consistencies, cannabinoid profiles, and terpene profiles when formulating hemp extracts. Each type of hemp extract serves a purpose and has its own ideal product applications.

Full Spectrum

Broad Spectrum

Isolate

Full-Spectrum Extracts are a whole-plant or whole-flower extraction that concentrates the broad range of cannabinoids, terpenes, flavonoids, and phytonutrients into a single hemp extract.

A compliant Full-Spectrum Hemp Extract will contain no more than 0.3% THC and usually has a dominant CBD or CBG profile depending on the original genetics.

Full-Spectrum Extracts tap into the synergistic effects of all beneficial compounds found in the hemp plant, otherwise known as the entourage effect.

Broad-Spectrum Extracts are similar to a Full-Spectrum Extract in that it contains a variety of cannabinoids, terpenes, flavonoids, and phytonutrients.

The primary difference is that Broad-Spectrum Extracts contain 0% THC. Broad-Spectrum Extractions still tap into the synergistic effects known as the entourage effect; however, it is essential to triple check the lab results of these extractions to ensure it contains 0% THC.

Isolate Extracts are the purified form of the desired cannabinoid. CBD isolate, and CBG isolate are the two primary isolate extractions on the hemp market today. Isolate Extracts should test 98%+ CBD or CBG for it to be a pure isolate compound.

Isolate Extracts contain 0% THC and are ideal for formulating a variety of THC-Free products. Isolates do not contain any terpenes, minor cannabinoids, flavinoids, or phytonutrients that are commonly found in Full-Spectrum Extracts.

Full Spectrum

Full-Spectrum Extracts are a whole-plant or whole-flower extraction that concentrates the broad range of cannabinoids, terpenes, flavonoids, and phytonutrients into a single hemp extract.

A compliant Full-Spectrum Hemp Extract will contain no more than 0.3% THC and usually has a dominant CBD or CBG profile depending on the original genetics.

Full-Spectrum Extracts tap into the synergistic effects of all beneficial compounds found in the hemp plant, otherwise known as the entourage effect.

Broad Spectrum

Broad-Spectrum Extracts are similar to a Full-Spectrum Extract in that it contains a variety of cannabinoids, terpenes, flavonoids, and phytonutrients.

The primary difference is that Broad-Spectrum Extracts contain 0% THC. Broad-Spectrum Extractions still tap into the synergistic effects known as the entourage effect; however, it is essential to triple check the lab results of these extractions to ensure it contains 0% THC.

Isolate

Isolate Extracts are the purified form of the desired cannabinoid. CBD isolate, and CBG isolate are the two primary isolate extractions on the hemp market today. Isolate Extracts should test 98%+ CBD or CBG for it to be a pure isolate compound.

Isolate Extracts contain 0% THC and are ideal for formulating a variety of THC-Free products. Isolates do not contain any terpenes, minor cannabinoids, flavinoids, or phytonutrients that are commonly found in Full-Spectrum Extracts.

Know Your Source

Vermont grown from seed to product

Located in the welcoming and beautiful community of Middlebury, VT Northeast Hemp Commodities operates on hundreds of acres of organic hemp farmland. NEHC is owned and operated by a group of like-minded individuals working together to cultivate and produce some of the best products available in the hemp industry. From seed to final product Northeast Hemp Commodities provides compliant, reliable, and premium products to clients nationwide.

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CBD Extracts & Materials

Directly from our organically grown hemp to our proven extraction methods, every step of the process is controlled by Northeast Hemp Commodities. We have honed in our hemp cultivars to produce both high-CBD and high-CBG profiles to tee us up for producing premium hemp extracts across the board.

98%+ CBD / 0% THC

CBD Isolate

60-75% CBD / 0.5-2% THC

CBD Crude

3.3% CBD / 0-0.3% THC

CBD Emulsion

Our Process

Supercritical Co2 CBD Extraction

There are numerous ways to process hemp, depending on the end goals. We utilize the cleanest methods available with Supercritical CO2 and food-grade Ethanol to produce the highest quality cannabinoid-rich extracts and concentrates.

Product Quality

Tested by 3rd party laboratories

In addition to our in-house QAQC, all production batches are third-party tested by certified labs to ensure the quality and integrity of our products. Northeast Hemp Commodities leads with the right foot forward and is here to ensure every client diligently understands our lab results. Hyper compliance and proven methods are the keys to building the necessary credibility and trust many aspects of the market are missing. 

We meticulously test all batches for: 

  • Cannabinoid Potency
  • Terpene Profiles 
  • Pesticides 
  • Heavy-Metals 
  • Residual Solvents 
  • Microbial Contaminants

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FAQs

Are hemp-derived CBD and CBG products federally legal?

Yes! Under the federal hemp farm bill, hemp is deemed as legal and classified as hemp as long as it contains no more than 0.3% THC.

How do I know Northeast Hemp Commodities products contain no more than 0.3% THC?

In addition to our in-house QAQC, all production batches are third-party tested by certified labs to ensure the quality and integrity of our products. Before any product reaches the consumer, NEHC guarantees its hemp products contain no more than 0.3% THC.

What are the medicinal benefits of consuming CBD or CBG products?

Unfortunately, due to the FDA’s current lack of regulations or guidance on the hemp marketplace, we are unable to list or define any potential benefits of consuming CBD or CBG products. However, we highly recommend diving into the plethora of published studies and research available online! 

*Always consult a physician before mixing or replacing CBD or CBG products with other medications.

Do CBD and CBG products cause intoxication?

CBD and CBG products are non-intoxicating and will not cause any “high” effect commonly associated with THC. Some full-spectrum hemp products do contain no more than 0.3% THC, but it is uncommon for any intoxicating effects to occur from such low THC levels. Nevertheless, every person reacts to hemp products differently and it is always best to start with lower dosages and work your way up.

How much am I supposed to take?

Hemp products affect every consumer differently. For this reason, it is always best to start with a low dosage and work up to a high dosage over time. Every one of our products has a recommended dosage for consumers to start at and adjust from there. Regardless, it is essential to consume CBD and CBG products on a daily basis to obtain the best results. It is similar to taking a vitamin a day!

What is the endocannabinoid system?

Every human has an endocannabinoid system that is made up of cannabinoid receptors found throughout our bodies. Both CB1 and CB2 receptors make up our endocannabinoid system and each cannabinoid works with these receptors in unique ways. The endocannabinoid system is responsible for maintaining the homeostasis of our bodily systems. In other words, it is responsible for keeping everything in balance. 

For years, many consumers have been living with endocannabinoid deficiencies, which is why it takes consistent consumption to achieve the desired results from consuming hemp-derived products.

What is the difference between hemp and marijuana?

Under federal law, hemp is classified as a cannabis plant that contains no more than 0.3% THC. Any cannabis plant that contains more than 0.3% THC is technically classified as marijuana and illegal under federal law. Marijuana products are legal in states with recreational or medical marijuana legalization and must be produced and sold by licensed marijuana facilities. All of NEHC’s offerings are federally compliant, hemp-derived products.

Is Northeast Hemp Commodities and Method Organics the same company?

Yes, Northeast Hemp Commodities (NEHC) is the parent company of Method Organics. All of the hemp material and extracts used to formulate Method Organics products are grown and extracted by Northeast Hemp Commodities. We act as one synergistic unit which allows us to control the quality of our products from seed to sale.

What is Cannabidiol?

Major cannabinoid with wellness in mind

Cannabidiol is the scientific term for CBD. CBD is a naturally occurring compound found in both the hemp and cannabis plants. Regardless, cannabidiol is the same CBD compound found in both plants. Hemp-derived cannabidiol must contain no more than 0.3% THC for it to remain legal under Federal Law.

CBD vs. CBG

The difference between cannabinoids

CBD (Cannabidiol) and CBG (Cannabigerol) are both naturally occurring cannabinoids found in the hemp and marijuana plant. CBD is one of the more prevalent cannabinoids found in the hemp plant, and most of the hemp cultivars available today are bred to produce high CBD potencies. As hemp cultivars are further developed, more and more high-CBG strains are entering the marketplace. Both CBD and CBG work on the endocannabinoid system by pairing with CB1 and CB2 receptors found throughout our bodies.

CBG is different from CBD in the sense that CBG is the mother of all cannabinoids. It is the precursor cannabinoid that breaks down into other primary and minor cannabinoids found in the hemp plant to include CBD. Each cannabinoid offers a range of different effects, but both work synergistically within the endocannabinoid system to achieve overall homeostasis.

Helpful CBD Terms

cGMP
cGMP refers to the Current Good Manufacturing Practice regulations enforced by the FDA. CGMPs provide for systems that assure proper design, monitoring, and control of manufacturing processes and facilities. To be GMP certified means that the manufacturer has demonstrated a strong regulatory commitment and compliance to international GMP standards.

Cannabidiol
Cannabidiol is the scientific term for CBD. CBD is a naturally occurring compound found in both the hemp and cannabis plants. Regardless, cannabidiol is the same CBD compound found in both plants. Hemp-derived cannabidiol must contain no more than 0.3% THC for it to remain legal under Federal Law.

Cultivar
The common definition of a cultivar is a plant variety that has been produced in cultivation by selective breeding. Hemp cultivars are varieties of Cannabis spp that are specifically bred to produce high-CBD or high-CBG potencies while keeping the THC content below 0.3% THC

Decarboxylation
Decarboxylation is the process of heating the cannabis or hemp material to a point that activates, or removes, the extra carboxyl ring of a cannabinoid. For example, CBDA stands for Cannabidiolic acid; when undergoing the decarboxylation process by either degradation over time or heating to a certain temperature, the extra carboxyl ring is no longer present and the CBDA compounds break down into CBD and other cannabinoids. The decarboxylation process is required to activate or increase the potency of other cannabinoids for edible infusions and to increase the absorption of other cannabinoids through inhalation.

Ethanol Extraction
Ethanol extractions are one of the more common methods of producing potent cannabis and hemp extracts. Ethanol is regularly used in a variety of foods and other extracts since it is deemed “generally recognized as safe” by the FDA. It is a polar solvent, which means it readily mixes with water and is ideal for extracting water-soluble compounds from the hemp material. Ethanol extractions are safer than butane or propane extractions, and its final extracts are easily purified to ensure minimal to zero residual solvents.

Chromatography
Chromatography is the process of separating organic and inorganic compounds found within a hemp extract or material to analyze and study its chemical makeup. It is used by processors and lab testing facilities to determine if a hemp extract/product is safe for consumption.

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