Rise Relief Morsels and Dark Chocolates are coconut sweetened bites of active cannabinoids, botanical terpenes, and exotic superfoods. We make our Morsels and Dark Chocolates with Full Spectrum Hemp, delivering a wide range of cannabinoids present in the whole plant extract, primarily Cannabidiol (CBD). Rise Relief’s products are made from industrial hemp plants and contain less than 0.3% THC.
Rise Relief products are made with full spectrum hemp extract, which means traces of THC (below 0.3%) are present in our products. Consuming even small quantities of naturally occurring THC via a hemp infused CBD product could lead to a failed drug test.
Yes! We use certified organic, non-gmo ingredients. However, the hemp extract we use is not certified organic. As soon as there is a viable organic option for hemp extract, we will transition to it, and obtain organic certification for Rise Relief products.
Full spectrum hemp extract is made using the whole hemp plant and may contain trace amounts of naturally occurring THC, along with a range of other cannabinoids, flavonoids, terpenes, fatty acids, vitamins and minerals.
Cannabinoids are a group of compounds originally thought to be uniquely produced by cannabis. The two most well known cannabinoids are THC (Delta-9-Tetrahydrocannabinol) and CBD (cannabidiol). Interestingly enough, both THC and CBD start out as CBG, which is converted (by enzymes) into THC and/or CBD. THC is known for its psychoactive and stimulating effects while CBD is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid.
Terpenes are essential oils found in botanicals that have unique properties and work synergistically with other compounds, such as cannabinoids, found in plants. Terpenes provide the aroma to hemp, and they are also found in coffee, eucalyptus, hops, and many other botanical sources.
Biologically speaking, they are all the same! However, hemp is a legal term referring to the amount of THC present in the mature plant. In the United States, hemp plants have a concentration of THC that is less than 0.3%. Hemp plants commonly have higher concentrations of CBD (cannabidiol) and can be used for many other applications including paper, textiles, biofuel, food, and clothing.