Have you noticed the growing buzz about CBD and its potential health benefits?

You might have seen a viral YouTube video featuring a major league baseball player. He describes using CBD to manage pain and stop using prescription painkillers.

Maybe you read the article in Forbes discussing a survey in which CBD users reported being able to reduce their reliance on traditional medicines.

Or perhaps you follow scientific journals, where researchers are publishing study after study suggesting that CBD can help people with conditions ranging from epilepsy to schizophrenia.

So just what is CBD?

CBD stands for cannabidiol, and is one of a group of compounds known as cannabinoids. These are natural chemical compounds derived from plants in the genus Cannabis, and they interact with the body in a variety of ways.

Although CBD was first isolated in 1940, it has only recently been the focus of rigorous scientific study. This new body of research supports the many testimonials and anecdotal evidence which suggest that CBD has enormous healing potential.

What Is the Relationship between CBD and Marijuana?

Humans have been using and cultivating cannabis for thousands of years, developing different strains for different purposes. Breeders hybridized some strains of one cannabis species, Cannabis sativa, to produce plants with long, fibrous stalks.

These were ideal for producing fibers to be used in cloth, rope, and paper, and are still used to make those products today.

Other varieties of cannabis, including some strains of Cannabis sativa and Cannabis indica, came to produce plants with shorter stalks, more flowers and more leaves. Growers bred these strains to be suitable for medicinal, recreational, and therapeutic purposes.

Today, we refer to the tall, fibrous cannabis varieties as industrial hemp, while the floral, leafy strains are commonly known as marijuana. Unlike industrial hemp, these strains tend to have a psychoactive effect. That is, they can get you high.

Marijuana’s psychoactive properties are mainly due to the presence of high quantities of delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC. It’s the most well-known of the cannabinoids, and has also been the subject of the most scientific study. This is the substance responsible for the feeling of being high.

CBD, on the other hand, is not psychoactive, and it may even counteract some of the effects of THC. Today, medical marijuana growers breed some strains of cannabis to have higher ratios of CBD to THC, in order to produce different therapeutic effects.

Marijuana isn’t the only source of CBD, though. Industrial hemp, the fibrous, low-THC strain of cannabis, can contain significant quantities of CBD as well. It’s also possible to produce the molecular structure of CBD in a laboratory, although studies indicate that synthetic CBD interacts differently with the body, compared to CBD isolated from cannabis.

How Does CBD Work?

Like other cannabinoids, CBD works by interacting with receptors found throughout the body—in our organs, connective tissues, glands, immune cells, and brain. It is able to do this because it closely resembles chemicals that the body creates naturally. This system of chemicals and receptors is known as the endocannabinoid system.

The endocannabinoid system is something that we share with every other vertebrate on the planet. The system’s receptors perform different functions depending on where they are found in the body.

Endocannabinoids can be found mediating the balance of individual cells in the body, governing the body’s response to an injury, and impacting mood and emotions.

Because the endocannabinoid system is so integral to a broad range of vital functions, CBD can impact the human body in a variety of ways. Researchers are studying the mechanisms that are responsible for CBD’s known applications, which include:

  • Analgesic – it provides relief from pain
  • Anxiolytic – it reduces anxiety
  • Anti-ischemic – it facilitates blood flow to the brain and heart
  • Anti-inflammatory – it reduces inflammation or swelling
  • Antioxidant – it protects the body from harmful free radicals, molecules which interfere with healthy cell functions
  • Neuroprotective – it protects nerve cells from damage or deterioration
  • Pro-apoptotic – it may cause cancer cells to self-destruct

What Are the Most Effective Ways to Use CBD?

When a person uses CBD, only a percentage of the CBD they consume ends up circulating throughout the body.

This percentage is determined by the quality of the product and the method used to ingest it, and is known as the bioavailability of the method. Bioavailability is one of the main factors that determines how effective the product will be.

There are five main methods of taking CBD products:

  • Sublingual drops – These drops, which are taken orally beneath the tongue, can have a higher bioavailability. To get the best results, be aware of the potency of the product you are using. If you are using a low-potency drop, the amount of CBD you absorb will be much less than with a high-potency product.
  • Tinctures – In these products, CBD is dissolved in alcohol. They have high bioavailability, but it can take a while to feel the effect.
  • Vaping – CBD taken through this method has a bioavailability of up to 85 percent, and you will feel the effects almost immediately. However, the effects can also dissipate more quickly than with other methods.
  • Edibles – Gummies or capsules make it easy to take CBD, but stomach acid destroys most of the CBD contained in these products. This results in lower bioavailability than other methods.
  • Topical products – CBD can be applied to the skin in a cream or oil, with localized effects. This can be a great method for pain relief and inflammation.

In addition to the bioavailability of the method used, the type of CBD used also impacts effectiveness. CBD products can be classified as either full spectrum or isolates.

Full spectrum CBD products contain a range of other compounds that are found in the cannabis plant, in addition to CBD. These include other cannabinoids as well as compounds called terpenes.

Research indicates that terpenes may also have medicinal properties, including helping with mood and other brain functions.

Researchers have described a phenomenon known as the entourage effect in full-spectrum CBD products. With the entourage effect, the interactions between the cannabinoids and terpenes in full-spectrum CBD products may result in increased benefits compared to CBD alone.

It should be noted that regular use of full spectrum CBD can increase the chances of failing a drug test. This is because a trace amount of THC (not enough to get you high) is present in full spectrum blends. Over time, it can build up in your body, causing a false positive for marijuana use.

On the other hand, isolate is pure CBD, with no other cannabinoids or terpenes. Using isolate CBD allows for precision dosing, which can be a challenge with full spectrum CBD products. For some medical conditions, a precise and reliable dose of CBD is a higher priority than the possible benefits of the entourage effect.

Another benefit of CBD isolate is that you don’t have to worry about any undesirable substances—from pesticides to heavy metals—finding their way into the mix. Nor will it put you in danger of failing a drug test, since zero THC is present in CBD isolate.

For some conditions, products that blend full spectrum and isolate CBD may offer the best of both worlds. These provide more consistent dosing than just full spectrum CBD, while also including the beneficial compounds responsible for the entourage effect.

Who Can Benefit from Using CBD?

There are more than 50 medical conditions that may be helped by CBD, but most people—and even some doctors—are not familiar with all of the potential applications. While CBD research is a new field, there are some medical conditions for which CBD has already been studied extensively.

Pain

CBD’s analgesic effects make it a promising alternative to other pain killers, particularly because it is neither habit forming nor psychoactive.

It has long been thought to relieve chronic pain, and new studies have confirmed that CBD is particularly effective for people who have multiple sclerosis. Anecdotal evidence also suggests that CBD may help people with fibromyalgia to manage their symptoms.

Anxiety

Anxiety is one of the most common mental health issues affecting American adults. Unfortunately, many people who suffer from anxiety disorders do not seek treatment. CBD shows enormous potential for the treatment of social anxiety, situational anxiety, and depression associated with anxiety.

In one study, researchers gave CBD or a placebo to people with social anxiety, and then asked them to give a public speech. The group that received the CBD experienced significantly less anxiety— measured by both self-reporting and physical metrics like blood pressure—than the placebo group.

In a later study, scientists used functional neuroimaging to measure blood flow to the regions of the brain that are associated with anxiety. Again, the results showed a significant drop in anxiety compared to the placebo group.

Cancer

New studies indicate that CBD may have multiple applications in fighting cancer. However, there is a lot of misinformation about CBD and cancer. CBD is not a magic cure, and it should be used under the supervision of a doctor in conjunction with other treatments.

CBD (along with THC) has been recognized for some time as a palliative tool for those suffering from cancer. It can be used to help with pain management, and can make cancer patients more comfortable while they are in treatment.

New research, however, has indicated that CBD has the potential to be more effective against cancer than previously thought. CBD may act directly against cancer in two different ways: Studies suggest that it is both anti-proliferative and pro-apoptotic.

This means that it stops cancer from growing, and also kills tumor cells. It also acts to prevent cancer cells from spreading to different parts of the body. It does this without damaging healthy cells in the body, making it a possible game changer in cancer research.

Seizures

Epilepsy is another condition that has been the focus of a great deal of CBD research. An article in a 2017 issue of Neurology Today described several studies exploring the use of CBD to treat a range of seizure disorders.

In one study of 171 children and adults, half were given CBD and the other half received a placebo. The CBD group reported a 44 percent decrease in seizures, compared to a 22 percent decrease in the placebo group.

Another study listed in the Neurology Today article followed a group of 120 patients. In the group that was given CBD, 43 percent of patients experienced more than 50 percent reduction in seizures, while 3 patients experienced no seizures at all.

In the placebo group, 27 percent of the patients saw a 50 percent decrease in seizures, and none were completely free from seizures. The difference between the results of the two groups showed a clinically meaningful improvement for the CBD patients.

While the studies in patients with epilepsy show some extremely promising results, they also stand out from most of the other human-subject CBD research in that the patients reported a range of side effects when using CBD.

While most of the symptoms were mild to moderate, they included diarrhea, vomiting, decreased appetite, drowsiness, and elevated body temperature.

Other Conditions

In addition to these conditions, preclinical studies and anecdotal evidence suggest that CBD could be effective for a number of other ailments, including:

  • ADHD
  • Alcoholism
  • Antibiotic-resistant infections
  • Asthma
  • Cardiovascular Disease
  • Diabetes
  • Neurological ailments
  • PTSD
  • Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Sleep disorders

CBD and the Law

Until the early 20th century, all varieties of Cannabis Sativa were widely available in the US. Then, a few forces converged to change that. One of these was the temperance movement, which successfully prohibited alcohol and then turned its attention to other substances, including marijuana.

At the same time, industrial hemp production was in decline. Anti-cannabis sentiment made hemp more difficult to grow, while competition from new synthetic fibers made it less profitable. The last major commercial hemp harvest in the US took place in 1958.

Then, in 1970, the Controlled Substances Act (CSA) placed cannabis under federal control.

The CSA did contain a specific exemption that was intended to protect industrial hemp, but the DEA’s interpretation of the law led to a ban on all forms of cannabis. Today, the US is the only industrialized nation that does not allow the commercial production of industrial hemp. This may change soon, though.

In 2014, Congress passed a farm bill that allows industrial hemp to be produced under very strict controls for research projects or agricultural pilot programs.

CBD which is produced in accordance with the Farm Bill of 2014 is legal in all 50 states. Kat’s Naturals only uses industrial hemp grown according to these guidelines, and our products contain no THC, so they may be purchased and used in any state.

While CBD may be legally produced from industrial hemp that is imported from other, less-restrictive countries, the limited scale of domestic hemp production is an obstacle for the industry.

Encouragingly, pro-hemp momentum is growing in the US legislature. In July of 2017, Rep. James Comer of Kentucky introduced H.R. 3530, the Industrial Hemp Farming Act, in the House of Representatives. The main purpose of this law would be to exclude industrial hemp from the definition of marijuana.

Also in 2017, three amendments to Senate appropriations bills were passed. These amendments remove obstacles to hemp farming and transportation, as well as access to water. Step by step, these developments are bringing the US closer to legalizing commercial hemp production.

As we look to the future of the CBD industry, an increase in domestic hemp production would have a huge impact. It would allow CBD producers and distributors in the US to offer less expensive, more environmentally conscious product to consumers.

What Is Different about Kat’s Naturals CBD Products?

While the benefits of CBD are just starting to become common knowledge, there are already a lot of companies in the marketplace, and they offer a huge array of different products. So, what sets Kat’s Naturals apart from the crowd?

Our mission is to make the highest quality CBD products in the world. To do that, we hold ourselves to the highest standards at every step.

Our products use pure CBD isolate that is derived from hemp sourced from the Netherlands, where farmers have been growing high-quality hemp for generations. We blend the CBD crystals with the highest quality organic hemp seed oil and the purest essential oils on the market.

We have found that when other manufacturers mix their products in large batches, this can result in CBD being unevenly distributed from one bottle to the next. In addition, most CBD distributors have no quality assurance. For the consumer, this means that you never know exactly what you are getting.

We have a different approach. Our CBD is backed by third-party quality assurance testing, and we take the time to measure and mix each bottle individually. It is important to us that when you order a CBD product from Kat’s Naturals, you receive exactly what you pay for.

Another issue that CBD consumers encounter is high pricing. Combined with the lack of quality assurance and inconsistent batches, it can be hard to spend money on something that might not measure up to its promises.

We are so confident in our CBD products, that we created our affiliate program to give our community a way to offset the cost of their CBD— or even to earn money— when they recommend our products to others.

Because the market for CBD is so new, and the research is still so limited, a lot people try CBD because of word of mouth. They learn about CBD from a friend who uses CBD to relieve their anxiety, or from a loved one who is up and moving because CBD helps them manage a condition that causes them chronic pain.

Maybe they know someone whose child suffers from epileptic seizures, and CBD has been the only thing that helped.

Until the body of scientific research on CBD is robust enough to support this anecdotal evidence, we know that real stories from real people are the best way to spread the word.

That’s why we reward our customers just for telling other people about their good experiences with Kat’s Naturals CBD. If you’re interested in becoming one of these affiliates, it’s a simple process—so you can get started today. Unlike expensive, burdensome multi-level marketing schemes, we never require any payment to join, nor do we require certain thresholds in order to make money.

And if you’ve never tried Kat’s Naturals, browse our products here to get on the path to wellness!

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Have you noticed the growing buzz about CBD and its potential health benefits?

You might have seen a viral YouTube video featuring a major league baseball player. He describes using CBD to manage pain and stop using prescription painkillers.

Maybe you read the article in Forbes discussing a survey in which CBD users reported being able to reduce their reliance on traditional medicines.

Or perhaps you follow scientific journals, where researchers are publishing study after study suggesting that CBD can help people with conditions ranging from epilepsy to schizophrenia.

So just what is CBD?

CBD stands for cannabidiol, and is one of a group of compounds known as cannabinoids. These are natural chemical compounds derived from plants in the genus Cannabis, and they interact with the body in a variety of ways.

Although CBD was first isolated in 1940, it has only recently been the focus of rigorous scientific study. This new body of research supports the many testimonials and anecdotal evidence which suggest that CBD has enormous healing potential.

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For Only $25

What Is the Relationship between CBD and Marijuana?

Humans have been using and cultivating cannabis for thousands of years, developing different strains for different purposes. Breeders hybridized some strains of one cannabis species, Cannabis sativa, to produce plants with long, fibrous stalks.

These were ideal for producing fibers to be used in cloth, rope, and paper, and are still used to make those products today.

Other varieties of cannabis, including some strains of Cannabis sativa and Cannabis indica, came to produce plants with shorter stalks, more flowers and more leaves. Growers bred these strains to be suitable for medicinal, recreational, and therapeutic purposes.

Today, we refer to the tall, fibrous cannabis varieties as industrial hemp, while the floral, leafy strains are commonly known as marijuana. Unlike industrial hemp, these strains tend to have a psychoactive effect. That is, they can get you high.

Marijuana’s psychoactive properties are mainly due to the presence of high quantities of delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC. It’s the most well-known of the cannabinoids, and has also been the subject of the most scientific study. This is the substance responsible for the feeling of being high.

CBD, on the other hand, is not psychoactive, and it may even counteract some of the effects of THC. Today, medical marijuana growers breed some strains of cannabis to have higher ratios of CBD to THC, in order to produce different therapeutic effects.

Marijuana isn’t the only source of CBD, though. Industrial hemp, the fibrous, low-THC strain of cannabis, can contain significant quantities of CBD as well. It’s also possible to produce the molecular structure of CBD in a laboratory, although studies indicate that synthetic CBD interacts differently with the body, compared to CBD isolated from cannabis.

How Does CBD Work?

Like other cannabinoids, CBD works by interacting with receptors found throughout the body—in our organs, connective tissues, glands, immune cells, and brain. It is able to do this because it closely resembles chemicals that the body creates naturally. This system of chemicals and receptors is known as the endocannabinoid system.

The endocannabinoid system is something that we share with every other vertebrate on the planet. The system’s receptors perform different functions depending on where they are found in the body.

Endocannabinoids can be found mediating the balance of individual cells in the body, governing the body’s response to an injury, and impacting mood and emotions.

Because the endocannabinoid system is so integral to a broad range of vital functions, CBD can impact the human body in a variety of ways. Researchers are studying the mechanisms that are responsible for CBD’s known applications, which include:

  • Analgesic – it provides relief from pain
  • Anxiolytic – it reduces anxiety
  • Anti-ischemic – it facilitates blood flow to the brain and heart
  • Anti-inflammatory – it reduces inflammation or swelling
  • Antioxidant – it protects the body from harmful free radicals, molecules which interfere with healthy cell functions
  • Neuroprotective – it protects nerve cells from damage or deterioration
  • Pro-apoptotic – it may cause cancer cells to self-destruct

What Are the Most Effective Ways to Use CBD?

When a person uses CBD, only a percentage of the CBD they consume ends up circulating throughout the body.

This percentage is determined by the quality of the product and the method used to ingest it, and is known as the bioavailability of the method. Bioavailability is one of the main factors that determines how effective the product will be.

There are five main methods of taking CBD products:

  • Sublingual drops – These drops, which are taken orally beneath the tongue, can have a higher bioavailability. To get the best results, be aware of the potency of the product you are using. If you are using a low-potency drop, the amount of CBD you absorb will be much less than with a high-potency product.
  • Tinctures – In these products, CBD is dissolved in alcohol. They have high bioavailability, but it can take a while to feel the effect.
  • Vaping – CBD taken through this method has a bioavailability of up to 85 percent, and you will feel the effects almost immediately. However, the effects can also dissipate more quickly than with other methods.
  • Edibles – Gummies or capsules make it easy to take CBD, but stomach acid destroys most of the CBD contained in these products. This results in lower bioavailability than other methods.
  • Topical products – CBD can be applied to the skin in a cream or oil, with localized effects. This can be a great method for pain relief and inflammation.

In addition to the bioavailability of the method used, the type of CBD used also impacts effectiveness. CBD products can be classified as either full spectrum or isolates.

Full spectrum CBD products contain a range of other compounds that are found in the cannabis plant, in addition to CBD. These include other cannabinoids as well as compounds called terpenes.

Research indicates that terpenes may also have medicinal properties, including helping with mood and other brain functions.

Researchers have described a phenomenon known as the entourage effect in full-spectrum CBD products. With the entourage effect, the interactions between the cannabinoids and terpenes in full-spectrum CBD products may result in increased benefits compared to CBD alone.

It should be noted that regular use of full spectrum CBD can increase the chances of failing a drug test. This is because a trace amount of THC (not enough to get you high) is present in full spectrum blends. Over time, it can build up in your body, causing a false positive for marijuana use.

On the other hand, isolate is pure CBD, with no other cannabinoids or terpenes. Using isolate CBD allows for precision dosing, which can be a challenge with full spectrum CBD products. For some medical conditions, a precise and reliable dose of CBD is a higher priority than the possible benefits of the entourage effect.

Another benefit of CBD isolate is that you don’t have to worry about any undesirable substances—from pesticides to heavy metals—finding their way into the mix. Nor will it put you in danger of failing a drug test, since zero THC is present in CBD isolate.

For some conditions, products that blend full spectrum and isolate CBD may offer the best of both worlds. These provide more consistent dosing than just full spectrum CBD, while also including the beneficial compounds responsible for the entourage effect.

Who Can Benefit from Using CBD?

There are more than 50 medical conditions that may be helped by CBD, but most people—and even some doctors—are not familiar with all of the potential applications. While CBD research is a new field, there are some medical conditions for which CBD has already been studied extensively.

Pain

CBD’s analgesic effects make it a promising alternative to other pain killers, particularly because it is neither habit forming nor psychoactive.

It has long been thought to relieve chronic pain, and new studies have confirmed that CBD is particularly effective for people who have multiple sclerosis. Anecdotal evidence also suggests that CBD may help people with fibromyalgia to manage their symptoms.

Anxiety

Anxiety is one of the most common mental health issues affecting American adults. Unfortunately, many people who suffer from anxiety disorders do not seek treatment. CBD shows enormous potential for the treatment of social anxiety, situational anxiety, and depression associated with anxiety.

In one study, researchers gave CBD or a placebo to people with social anxiety, and then asked them to give a public speech. The group that received the CBD experienced significantly less anxiety— measured by both self-reporting and physical metrics like blood pressure—than the placebo group.

In a later study, scientists used functional neuroimaging to measure blood flow to the regions of the brain that are associated with anxiety. Again, the results showed a significant drop in anxiety compared to the placebo group.

Cancer

New studies indicate that CBD may have multiple applications in fighting cancer. However, there is a lot of misinformation about CBD and cancer. CBD is not a magic cure, and it should be used under the supervision of a doctor in conjunction with other treatments.

CBD (along with THC) has been recognized for some time as a palliative tool for those suffering from cancer. It can be used to help with pain management, and can make cancer patients more comfortable while they are in treatment.

New research, however, has indicated that CBD has the potential to be more effective against cancer than previously thought. CBD may act directly against cancer in two different ways: Studies suggest that it is both anti-proliferative and pro-apoptotic.

This means that it stops cancer from growing, and also kills tumor cells. It also acts to prevent cancer cells from spreading to different parts of the body. It does this without damaging healthy cells in the body, making it a possible game changer in cancer research.

Seizures

Epilepsy is another condition that has been the focus of a great deal of CBD research. An article in a 2017 issue of Neurology Today described several studies exploring the use of CBD to treat a range of seizure disorders.

In one study of 171 children and adults, half were given CBD and the other half received a placebo. The CBD group reported a 44 percent decrease in seizures, compared to a 22 percent decrease in the placebo group.

Another study listed in the Neurology Today article followed a group of 120 patients. In the group that was given CBD, 43 percent of patients experienced more than 50 percent reduction in seizures, while 3 patients experienced no seizures at all.

In the placebo group, 27 percent of the patients saw a 50 percent decrease in seizures, and none were completely free from seizures. The difference between the results of the two groups showed a clinically meaningful improvement for the CBD patients.

While the studies in patients with epilepsy show some extremely promising results, they also stand out from most of the other human-subject CBD research in that the patients reported a range of side effects when using CBD.

While most of the symptoms were mild to moderate, they included diarrhea, vomiting, decreased appetite, drowsiness, and elevated body temperature.

Other Conditions

In addition to these conditions, preclinical studies and anecdotal evidence suggest that CBD could be effective for a number of other ailments, including:

  • ADHD
  • Alcoholism
  • Antibiotic-resistant infections
  • Asthma
  • Cardiovascular Disease
  • Diabetes
  • Neurological ailments
  • PTSD
  • Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Sleep disorders

CBD and the Law

Until the early 20th century, all varieties of Cannabis Sativa were widely available in the US. Then, a few forces converged to change that. One of these was the temperance movement, which successfully prohibited alcohol and then turned its attention to other substances, including marijuana.

At the same time, industrial hemp production was in decline. Anti-cannabis sentiment made hemp more difficult to grow, while competition from new synthetic fibers made it less profitable. The last major commercial hemp harvest in the US took place in 1958.

Then, in 1970, the Controlled Substances Act (CSA) placed cannabis under federal control.

The CSA did contain a specific exemption that was intended to protect industrial hemp, but the DEA’s interpretation of the law led to a ban on all forms of cannabis. Today, the US is the only industrialized nation that does not allow the commercial production of industrial hemp. This may change soon, though.

In 2014, Congress passed a farm bill that allows industrial hemp to be produced under very strict controls for research projects or agricultural pilot programs.

CBD which is produced in accordance with the Farm Bill of 2014 is legal in all 50 states. Kat’s Naturals only uses industrial hemp grown according to these guidelines, and our products contain no THC, so they may be purchased and used in any state.

While CBD may be legally produced from industrial hemp that is imported from other, less-restrictive countries, the limited scale of domestic hemp production is an obstacle for the industry.

Encouragingly, pro-hemp momentum is growing in the US legislature. In July of 2017, Rep. James Comer of Kentucky introduced H.R. 3530, the Industrial Hemp Farming Act, in the House of Representatives. The main purpose of this law would be to exclude industrial hemp from the definition of marijuana.

Also in 2017, three amendments to Senate appropriations bills were passed. These amendments remove obstacles to hemp farming and transportation, as well as access to water. Step by step, these developments are bringing the US closer to legalizing commercial hemp production.

As we look to the future of the CBD industry, an increase in domestic hemp production would have a huge impact. It would allow CBD producers and distributors in the US to offer less expensive, more environmentally conscious product to consumers.

What Is Different about Kat’s Naturals CBD Products?

While the benefits of CBD are just starting to become common knowledge, there are already a lot of companies in the marketplace, and they offer a huge array of different products. So, what sets Kat’s Naturals apart from the crowd?

Our mission is to make the highest quality CBD products in the world. To do that, we hold ourselves to the highest standards at every step.

Our products use pure CBD isolate that is derived from hemp sourced from the Netherlands, where farmers have been growing high-quality hemp for generations. We blend the CBD crystals with the highest quality organic hemp seed oil and the purest essential oils on the market.

We have found that when other manufacturers mix their products in large batches, this can result in CBD being unevenly distributed from one bottle to the next. In addition, most CBD distributors have no quality assurance. For the consumer, this means that you never know exactly what you are getting.

We have a different approach. Our CBD is backed by third-party quality assurance testing, and we take the time to measure and mix each bottle individually. It is important to us that when you order a CBD product from Kat’s Naturals, you receive exactly what you pay for.

Another issue that CBD consumers encounter is high pricing. Combined with the lack of quality assurance and inconsistent batches, it can be hard to spend money on something that might not measure up to its promises.

We are so confident in our CBD products, that we created our affiliate program to give our community a way to offset the cost of their CBD— or even to earn money— when they recommend our products to others.

Because the market for CBD is so new, and the research is still so limited, a lot people try CBD because of word of mouth. They learn about CBD from a friend who uses CBD to relieve their anxiety, or from a loved one who is up and moving because CBD helps them manage a condition that causes them chronic pain.

Maybe they know someone whose child suffers from epileptic seizures, and CBD has been the only thing that helped.

Until the body of scientific research on CBD is robust enough to support this anecdotal evidence, we know that real stories from real people are the best way to spread the word.

That’s why we reward our customers just for telling other people about their good experiences with Kat’s Naturals CBD. If you’re interested in becoming one of these affiliates, it’s a simple process—so you can get started today. Unlike expensive, burdensome multi-level marketing schemes, we never require any payment to join, nor do we require certain thresholds in order to make money.

And if you’ve never tried Kat’s Naturals, browse our products here to get on the path to wellness!

Try Heal
For Only $25

Experience the life-changing power of CBD for yourself.