Kush Queen produces premium CBD products that keep beauty and wellness in mind.
Who owns Kush Queen?
The CEO of Kush Queen Oilvia Alexander. Daily exposure to cannabinoids helps Olivia achieve homeostasis in her body. Every ingredient is important because she uses Kush Queen CBD products every single day.
It’s been a long journey since Kush Queen formulated its first CBD bath bomb in Anaheim, California. Since then, its CBD products have exploded internationally and are the perfect choice for CBD newbies as well as experienced users.
“The two most important things for Kush Queen are the products and the people that use them. Being transparent is a part of that commitment, so I wanted to break down the entire process from soil to the time it arrives to your door.”-Olivia
How Are Kush Queen Products Made?
Let’s break down the Kush Queen CBD product making process from soil to delivery.
The life of hemp begins with a seed. Kush Queen sources its hemp from Oregon, where the soil is rich with nutrients and the climate allows a full growing season. Some hemp in other parts of the country is grown on land where tobacco was previously grown (and sprayed with endless pesticides). The health of the soil, nutrients, and climate all matter.
Once the seeds are planted, the plants then grow and flower. The entire process takes around six months (generally planting in late spring and harvesting in the fall).
How a farmer cares for their plants is vital for high-quality CBD products. Genetically modified nutrients and pesticides are typically used if the farmer does not carefully follow natural or organic practices. This needs to be avoided to create premium, pure-grade CBD. Once the plant is fully grown, it’s time to harvest it.
Once the hemp is harvested, it’s called ‘bio mass’. This is the part of the process where the hemp is extracted from the physical plant. There are several ways you can remove the desired active molecules from the harvested plant known as extraction. Alcohol, CO2, butane, even just water or heat and pressure are known methods used in cannabis extraction.
Kush Queen uses hemp extract that has been processed to the point where it is absolutely free of any residual solvents or is extracted through solvent-free methods.
Once the oil is extracted it goes through a process called chromatography. This process separates the oil into different phases that contain different concentrations of molecules in order to create different types of finished extracts.
Here’s a gallery of the Hemp Processing:
What Happens After the Hemp Seeds Are Processed?
Kush Queen production team formulates each product in their Californian facilities.
Once the hemp is processed into either CBD oil or CBD isolate, it is taken to the Kush Queen facility. It then becomes the magical ingredient carefully added to its CBD products..
Some Kush Queen products contain CBD in oil form, while others are converted to patent-pending water-based form. The use this water-based CBD allows it to penetrate through the skin’s dermis without depending on oil-based formulations. This way, the CBD absorbs straight into your bloodstream, ensuring bio-availability of the CBD is greatly improved.
The Kush Queen team creates each product by hand, carefully weighing each CBD amount for each batch so your products are accurately dosed. They combine it with other ingredients that are sourced with the same care as CBD.
Most of the Kush Queen products take, on average, 3-5 days to make; including compounding, drying, filling, labelling, packaging, lab testing, and quality control. At any given time, the CEO of Kush Queen will personally pull samples off the line and use them.
I hope this blog has given you some insight to how much work goes into your ultra-relaxing Kush Queen CBD bath bombs. Kush Queen brand is a labour of love; every product is carefully created for enhancing the CBD experience and providing a tranquil experience at every bath time.