ShiKai CBD Topicals™

ShiKai CBD Topicals™

ShiKai CBD Topicals are free from parabens, synthetic fragrances, artificial colors, dyes and sulfates. All products are made in the USA and are never tested on animals.

  • No THC
  • Absorbs Quickly
  • High Quality Ingredients
  • Batch Tested for Purity & Strength

 

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3 oz CBD Cream with Menthol | 375mg CBD
3 oz CBD Cream with Borage | 375mg CBD
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Hemp IS Cannabis. It is variety of Cannabis sativa that has been cultivated over time to contain very low amounts of THC. It is a non-psychoactive, and genetically distinct variety of the plant Cannabis sativa that has no use as a recreational drug. Hemp is called “industrial hemp” when grown in accordance with the 2014 Farm Bill – Section 7606.
No. Cannabis grown as agricultural hemp and Cannabis grown as marijuana are genetically distinct varieties of Cannabis, but they are the same species of plant. Some people believe that hemp comes from only the seeds and stems of a cannabis plant, but this is not true. If a plant is a hemp variety of cannabis, the whole plant is a hemp plant. Seed, stem, leaf and flower. Some Hemp is grown to be high in fiber, some is grown for seed and some is grown for flower. Once again, hemp is cannabis. It’s a cannabis plant bred for low THC but high CBD that make it undesirable as a recreational drug. The WHOLE plant is considered hemp.
ShiKai’s CBD is sourced from farms in the United States. Specifically, ShiKai buys our CBD from GenCanna™, grown in the state of Kentucky. GenCanna grows its hemp using organic practices on U.S. Hemp Authority accredited farms, free from pesticides, herbicides and fungicides. Their network of farms operates legally under state and federal regulations for industrial hemp production, processing and product manufacturing. We use this supplier because it operates a legal hemp program in a state that is fully compliant with the federal Agricultural Act of 2014, also called the 2014 Farm Bill. Legal compliance is a foundational component of ShiKai’s CBD product line.
ShiKai’s CBD isolate is collected through CO2 extraction. CO2 extraction is a process that uses pressurized carbon dioxide to pull the desired phytochemicals from hemp. This first step separates all of the plant oils, waxes, terpenes and other fat-soluble materials from the plant material. The resulting oil-based mixture then undergoes a second process during which all of the mixture’s various chemical components are separated using high pressure liquid chromatography or HPLC. What remains is pure cannabidiol in the form of white crystals or powder that has been isolated from the rest of the plant.
Yes, yes, and yes! ShiKai’s CBD Topicals are tested using the following standard test panels: Qualitative Analysis (Gross Visual/Microscopic), Quantitative Analysis (AOAC 4.1.03, AOAC 4.1.10), Microbial Analysis (BAM-3, AOAC 49.2.05, BAM-18), Cannabinoid Analysis (HPLC-DAD), Heavy Metal Analysis (6010B), Pesticide Analysis (AOAC 2007.1) and Residual Solvent Analysis (GC/MS Headspace).
Not quite yet. But we are currently ramping up a pilot program for glyphosate testing. All ShiKai CBD product batches manufactured starting March 2020 going forward will be submitted for additional glyphosate testing.
COAs can be found by following this link: https://shikai.com/pages/batch-information
ShiKai follows cGMP practices.
Yes, ShiKai belongs to the National Hemp Association (https://nationalhempassociation.org)
Yes. Sometimes called “regenerative agriculture” or “carbon farming,” regenerative farming is the practice of raising livestock or crops in a way that sequesters carbon and maximizes soil health. This can include no-till practices, preserving soil through the use of cover crops and crop rotations, using fewer chemicals and fertilizers, and incorporating rotational livestock grazing. In December 2019 ShiKai’s CBD supplier, GenCanna, became a founding partner of the U.S. Hemp Growers Assocation (USHGA), the only national grower-directed hemp trade association which is focused on providing educational and market development resources, research and networking opportunity to unify the voice of growers to actively engage in critically important efforts including regenerative farming practices. We applaud the farmers who are taking action in this arena.