Here at LDN CBD, our mission is to provide our customers with the highest quality products possible to support them in dealing with any physical and mental challenges and creating a healthy lifestyle.
On this journey, we believe that every step we take should be carefully considered and have the goal of integrating best sustainability practices. We are committed to increasing the quality of our products while reducing our environmental impact, and continually improving our sustainability practices across our business. We encourage customers, suppliers and other stakeholders to do the same. Open communication, continual learning, and taking action are encouraged from all members of our team in order to progress our knowledge and practices.
LDN CBD products are formulated with CBD sourced from Certified Organic hemp, grown on over 500 acres of USDA-certified organic Colorado land without the use of GMOs, pesticides or chemicals. Our cultivators put painstaking detail into propagating unique strains of hemp with an optimal phytochemical composition, and that commitment to product quality and safety doesn't stop in the field.
We practice clean extraction and purification methods that do not involve the use of harsh solvents or chemicals. Plus, LDN CBD product development and production is a 100% vertically integrated process – giving us control over every aspect of our farm-to-formulation approach to ensure consistent product quality.
Each of our LDN CBD products have individual batch numbers, ensuring that each product can be traced back to the specific acreage where the plant used in the product was grown. This allows us to accurately identify any issues in our supply chain and to guarantee that our customers receive only the highest quality products at all times.
Land and natural resource use
LDN CBD is derived from hemp, which is one of the world’s most sustainable agricultural crops. Our cultivators use their land responsibly in the farming and production of our CBD. The practices that they use include:
- No deforestation or other ecosystem destruction to clear land for hemp crops
- The waste biomass and fibers created from the extraction process are remediated back into the land, to ensure that the topsoil is increasing in quality and biodiversity each year
- Producers have systems in place that aim to maintain soil structure and control erosion
- Crop irrigation and water conservation management controls deployed
- All wastes and fertilizers are stored in a manner that minimizes the risk of contamination or pollution
- Only appropriate, safe and suitable fertilizers and soil improvement products are applied to land
- Hemp plants attract all manner of wildlife and are a haven for bees and pollinating insects