Why Nature’s Aid?

Straight from the Farm to You. We source our CBD Hemp Extract from our farms from rich soil of Oregon

Our industrial hemp is extracted and processed in accordance with the Utah Department of Agriculture.

  • Full spectrum (up to 0.3% THC)
  • No pesticides, herbicides, synthetics, or fillers
  • Non GMOs
  • Gluten Free
  • CO₂ extracted at our ISO-certified facility
  • We bottle, blend and formulate at our GMP-certified facility

3rd party testing. Each product comes with a Certificate of Analysis (found on-line) which guarantees the quality consistency and accuracy. This gives you the faith that what you are buying has the Hemp Extract levels indicated, the legal THC levels, and peace of mind.

 

Propriety blends made with Colloidal Gold & Frankincense

Colloidal gold, in skincare products, may allow the active ingredients to penetrate faster and deeper into the skin. Colloidal gold may play a major role in your skincare regimen. Colloidal gold may be crucial in protecting your skin from unnecessary cellular aging. It may be a great source of skin nourishment and an anti-inflammatory. Gold is a natural antioxidant which might have a calming effect to help one manage stress. It may accelerate blood circulation which may help the body to heal faster.*

 

Frankincense in Skin Care

Frankincense, in skincare, is known to be an antiseptic as well as a disinfectant agent. Possible benefits may include: strengthening and toning the skin, improving the elasticity of the skin, reducing the appearance of wrinkles, scars, age spots, and stretch marks, a defense mechanism against bacteria or blemishes, healing dry and/or cracked skin, and may promote wound healing. Frankincense essential oil is also known to possibly help reduce skin irritations and redness.*

 

Glen Miner

Nature’s Aid Master Formulator

(doTerra’s original blender & filler)

 

Our Essential Oil Background

Our team of formulators have over 20 years of creating essential oils blends, skincare, and indigestible formulations for the leading essential oil brands such as doTerra, Young Living, NOW Foods and others.

Our Process

We grow our product in our fields in Oregon, CO2 process the product and formulate and blend it ourselves. This allows our prices to be much lower and have better quality control standards.

 

 

Our Facility

We have a 50,000 s/f facility, in Utah, which is licensed by the FDA, USDA organic, GMP and ISO certified

 

Our Testing

Each CBD product is 3rd Party Tested and has a COA certificate posted on our website.

 

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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