How it started

The cradle of culture

In 2009, a handful of CBD-rich cannabis strains were discovered serendipitously in Northern California, America’s cannabis breadbasket, where certified patients could access medical marijuana legally. Thus began a great laboratory experiment in democracy involving CBD-rich cannabis therapeutics. The advent of whole plant CBD-rich oil as a grassroots therapeutic option has changed the national conversation about cannabis. It’s no longer a question of whether medical marijuana works – today the key question is how to use cannabis for maximum therapeutic benefit. But most health professionals have little experience in this area. So Project CBD has created a CBD User’s Manual for patients that addresses key questions about cannabidiol and cannabis.

We believe that there are more intelligent ways of applying herbal knowledge to social, emotional and personal well-being. People who need a healthy, light quality of life, who do not suffer aggression to the body due to the use of the medicine, that can lead a normal and happy life.

People in the world today, believe in new postures and live a new reality, where information is a very precise and must be applied intelligently, breaking taboos and dogmas of generations.

The new philosophy of life adds results never before achieved, contributing to the demystification that a plant, once seen as malefic, will be the solution to various health problems and even social.

Its diverse forms of application as recreational, therapeutic, medicinal, or industrial, attract new looks to other forms of exploitation, increasing its exponential market value, confirming our opinion on the subject.

Details make the difference

We are always concerned about the quality


It’s way of extracting the oils from the vegetable material, the cleanest way to get the liquid and free of residual solvents, are versatile and can be used to create a variety of products.


Free sugar is defined by the World Health Organization and the UN Food and Agriculture Organization in multiple reports as “all monosaccharides and disaccharides.

2. Non GMO

An initiative of independent natural foods retailers in the U.S. and Canada,with the stated aim to provide Non-GMO (Genetically Modified Organism).

5. Vegan Life

A way of life that seeks to exclude, to the extent possible and practicable, all forms of exploitation and cruelty to animals, food, clothing or any other purpose.

3. Not test on Animals

We are against free cruelty practiced with animals, we are in favor of tests on raw materials, or using humans to prove safety of the product.

6. Our Organics

An international promotion program for sustainable organic producers, promoted by companies that stimulate international trade in organic products.