About Our CBD Isolate Powder
Crescent Canna’s CBD isolate powder is more than 99% pure, and it is extracted from organic hemp grown in the United States. Independently tested for quality and purity, our isolate is guaranteed to contain CBD that is at least 99% pure, with zero THC content. It is also guaranteed to be free of pesticides, heavy metals, and other contaminants.
How to Use CBD Isolate
CBD isolate is a versatile powder because it’s odorless, oil-soluble, and has a minimal earthy taste that mixes easily with many other ingredients, which is why it’s widely used in cooking oils, salad dressings, and body lotions.
What can you do with CBD isolate?
- Place it directly under your tongue for one minute to allow quick absorption into the bloodstream.
- Vape it with a concentrate vaporizer.
- Add it to most pain creams, moisturizers, and other beauty products.
- Combine it with a carrier oil (such as grapeseed, coconut, or olive) to create CBD drops.
- Sprinkle it over any meal or add it to your salad dressing.
- Add it to smoothies, coffee, or tea.
- Make your own CBD ice pops.
Lab-Tested CBD Isolate Powder
Every batch of our CBD isolate is sent to a third-party, ISO 17025–accredited testing facility to verify quality, purity, and potency. Our isolate is subjected to full-panel screenings that test for concentrations of cannabinoids (CBD and THC) and contaminants. See certificate of analysis for our latest batch of CBD isolate here.
Why is testing so important? Hemp is a bioremediator, which means that it can soak up anything in the surrounding soil. This makes hemp susceptible to contamination from harmful substances like lead, BPA, and pesticides.
With Crescent Canna’s CBD isolate, you can rest assured you are getting pure CBD powder of the highest quality — with no contaminants. We test our CBD powder to determine its cannabinoid profile, including the presence of CBD and THC. And we test it for residual solvents, pesticides, heavy metals, and other substances.
Frequently Asked Questions about CBD Isolate
Is your CBD isolate lab-tested?
Yes. All of our products are tested at an ISO 17025–accredited laboratory to ensure quality and potency. Our CBD isolate receives full-panel screenings that test for concentrations of cannabinoids (CBD and THC) as well as for pesticides, heavy metals, residual solvents, microbes, and other toxins. You can view the certificate of analysis (COA) for our latest CBD isolate batch here. The COA for your specific batch of isolate will be included in your package.
Why is CBD isolate so popular?
It’s versatile, since it’s odorless, oil-soluble, and mixes easily with many other ingredients. It’s also THC-free, so it won’t intoxicate you or cause you to fail a drug test. Because it’s a powder, you have full control over how much you mix it with your food, beverages, and beauty products. You can also use it by itself. Finally, because of its strength, purity, and price, CBD isolate is an economical choice when it comes to consuming CBD products.
Will CBD isolate show up on a drug test?
No. Standard drug tests detect the presence of THC, not CBD. As long as the CBD you’re using is verifiably free of THC, it will not be detected in a standard drug test. If you are concerned about failing a drug test, make sure you use a THC-free product, like CBD isolate or a product made from CBD isolate. Full-spectrum CBD products typically do contain THC.
How does CBD isolate differ from full-spectrum CBD?
CBD isolate is the most processed and purest form of CBD, a form devoid of any other compounds after it has been derived from the hemp plant. In contrast, full-spectrum CBD does contain all the natural chemicals found in hemp, including various other cannabinoids, essential oils, terpenes — and THC.
Can I order CBD isolate in bulk?
Yes. For quantities of CBD isolate over 5 kilograms, contact us for bulk pricing.