Additional Information about Miracle Choice Hemp Extract

Miracles of Health cares about each and every step in the cultivation and production of our full-spectrum hemp and hemp isolate products. We partner with northern Colorado hemp farmers who employ the best organic growing practices throughout the crop’s lifecycle.

Living Soil

For starters, our farmers build nutrient-rich “living” soil using organic composts and natural amendments. Living soil  produces healthy harvests with minimal inputs, with more sustainable results than conventional agriculture. Our hemp is herbicide, pesticide and heavy metals-free. And by purchasing only organic cannabis, we keep toxins out of the human body and the environment that contribute to ill-health in numerous and unpredictable ways.

Our growers ensure that all plant materials meet the highest standards before and after harvest. The hemp is tested to assure appropriate cannabinoid levels, and plants are carefully harvested, dried and trimmed. The trim used for our salves and tinctures is meticulously sorted and stored before going through the supercritical vapor distillation, a solvent-free process.

Pure Processing

The extraction process that we rely upon is the first in the world to utilize heated air and a proprietary condensation method to selectively distill and isolate the active compounds within the hemp. This solvent-free process produces the cleanest, purest, terpene-rich hemp extracts, perfect for the “entourage effect”  of our full spectrum products. This means the integrity of the cannabis plant’s beneficial cannabinoids and terpenes are maintained. Rather than relying on a single isolate like CBD, the entourage effect is the synergy of the various plant compounds working together to improve health.

Keep in mind that some full-spectrum products may contain trace amounts of THC (at or below the 0.3% national standard). However, when we describe a product as being 100% THC-free, we mean it. Be sure to check the label and review lab reports if you have any questions or concerns.

Health & History

The cannabis plant has deep roots. The Chinese used it as medicine thousands of years ago. George Washington grew hemp at his home. Throughout most of U.S. history, hemp was legal and used in tinctures and extracts.

However, when cannabis was outlawed in the U.S. in 1937, medical research involving the plant virtually came to a stop. Recently, new legislation has changed the status of hemp, and people are turning back to cannabis to improve health. Studies of hemp’s medicinal properties are again underway. Of special interest are the various cannabinoids, chief among them cannabidiol (CBD).

Humans (and animals) have an endocannabinoid system (ECS), an extensive network of neurotransmitters and receptors and the ability to produce endocannabinoids. Among other functions, these endocannabinoids help regulate mood, appetite, and pain.

The body can become deficient in endocannabinoids. This deficiency is being studied as an underlying cause of many unhealthy conditions. Researchers are exploring how plant cannabinoids can restore the balance.

In addition to consuming a full-spectrum, hemp/cannabinoid supplement to promote a healthy ECS, other steps can be taken to boost your endocannabinoid production.

  • Increase your Omega 3 intake
  • Exercise regularly
  • Take vitamins, supplements, and probiotics
  • Reduce consumption of alcohol
  • Eat plenty of leafy greens