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CBD (cannabidiol) is one of the many chemical compounds found in the Sativa plant family. While it is frequently associated with marijuana due to its source, CBD comes from an entirely different part of the plant and lacks the psychoactive components often associated with cannabis. At Mule, we take that a step further by only using hemp plants——never marijuana plants (plants bred to produce THC)—to harvest our CBD.

CBD can be extracted into oils that are packed with health benefits. These oils are non-intoxicating, have few side effects, and are impossible to overdose on.


CBN is a by product of the naturally occurring cannabinoids in hemp.  Overtime heat and light cause certain cannabinoids to oxidize and form CBN.  This oxidation process starts as the hemp plant grows so CBN is present at the start in small amounts and slowly increases over time.

There are no definitive CBN studies but CBN has shown potential as a sedative, a substitute for aspirin and other benefits similar to CBD.  CBN seems to be especially useful when combined with other cannabinoids, which is the entourage effect.

MuleCBD oils are packed with both CBD extracts and essential oils to maximize your health and experience. Because of this combination, you can use our oils to calm every day discomfort, support a healthy inflammatory response and provides a sense of well-being as needed. However, CBD also works with your body’s endocannabinoid system to balance many of your primary functions, such as your sleep cycle, immune system, appetite, stress response, and more!  

You want a CBD product that maximizes health benefits through quality ingredients. Look for the following:

· Hemp that is ethically grown and sourced

· Full-Spectrum oils

· Non-toxic, all-natural ingredients

· Third-party testing for clarity and potency

No! Our CBD products are all derived from the hemp plant, which lacks a sufficient concentration of THC's intoxicating effects.

Every batch of our CBD is outsourced to a third-party lab, which tests for contaminants like heavy metals, microbial life, mycotoxins, and pesticides. We only use the batch if the lab guarantees that it’s passed each test.

Terpenes are aromatic essential oils found in many different plants. They are responsible for the way each plant—including hemp—tastes and smells. The terpenes determine whether each strain will taste like pine, lavender, citrus, or something else. Terpenes do come from the same part of the hemp plant as CBD and can similarly react to your endocannabinoid system, determining how each strain of CBD will affect your overall experience.

MCT oil is a supplement made from the fatty acids found in palm and coconut oil. MCT is short for medium-chain triglyceride, which, simply put, is a type of fat. However, this specific type of fat carries many health benefits because of how your body digests it.

MCTs go straight to your liver, which turns them into immediate energy for your body or ketones for your brain. Either way, these fats break down much faster than glucose or long-chain fats, giving you more energy and boosting weight loss.


Your nervous system is full of special cannabinoid receptors that connect directly to your brain. This complex network is called the endocannabinoid system (ESC). Your body naturally produces molecules called cannabinoids. The ESC utilizes a partnership between your cannabinoids and receptors to balance your other systems, from managing pain to regulating your mood and appetite. 

Your body has two types of receptors: CB1 receptors work with your central nervous systems. In contrast, CB2 receptors work with the peripheral nervous system. When your body has a problem, it sends these endocannabinoids to the receptors to signal that a particular action needs to happen. For example, your brain might send a cannabinoid to a CB1 receptor to help relieve back pain.


Hemp oil and CBD oil come from separate parts of the hemp plant, which gives them different properties and benefits.

Hemp oils are extracted from only the seeds of the plant through a pressing process. The oil is used in various ways, from wood varnish to a popular beauty product ingredient.

Alternatively, CBD oil comes from every part of the hemp plant except for the seeds. Our careful CO2 extraction process carefully draws out all of the plant’s CBD oils for maximum potency and concentration before incorporating it into our CBD products like lotion, gummies, and tinctures.


CBD comes in three different forms, each of which contains various parts of the plant.

Full-spectrum CBD contains every compound naturally found in the hemp plant, including CBD, cannabinoids, terpenes, essential oils, and a little bit of THC (less than 0.3%). Research has shown that these elements give the most health benefits when taken together as a full spectrum. This is also known as the “entourage effect.”

Broad-spectrum CBD is also a popular choice because it contains every compound in the plant except for the THC.

Finally, isolate CBD has nothing but pure CBD compound. It’s the most potent form of CBD, but it lacks the rest of the plant's health benefits.


Terpenes are an essential part of your CBD experience. Besides giving each strain of CBD its unique flavor and smell, terpenes also speed up how quickly the cannabinoids go through your system, which means you’ll feel relief sooner. They also react with your endocannabinoid system to enhance your experience.

Cannabinol is also known as CBN. It’s a separate component in the plant that is similar to CBD but affects the body differently. CBN is associated with anti-inflammatory and anti-convulsant properties and treatment for sleep disorders and pain. When you take full-spectrum CBD, you’ll get the natural health benefits of CBN along with the perks of CBD.

Taking CBD can give you several important health benefits, from dealing with discomfort, keeping your inflammation levels normal and healthy, to supporting your body’s natural systems. It’s also been linked to helping with sleep and mental well being without being intoxicating.

While relief from CBD is never guaranteed, many doctors and researchers are turning to it as a potential wellness option.

Please consult with your employer.  We have no definitive data but we do not want anyone to lose a job because someone enjoyed our products.

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