At Mountain Flower Botanicals our goal is to produce quality affordable CBD products.
We are passionate about quality and strive to make sure that those who need CBD, especially those who need significant doses to address major symptoms, can get the results they need at a price they can afford. Our products fully reflect new market realities in the hemp industry and we hope that you find them the most reasonable, on a $-per-gram-of-CBD basis, available on the market. If not, contact us. We will match any bonafide price from a competitor who supplies Certificates of Analysis for each product and uses quality, organic ingredients.
We aim to find and please that large base of customers who have real medical need, know what they are doing with CBD, need large doses, are price-informed, and can immediately tell if it is working.
We are the real deal. You’ll be able to tell.
And, we are the best bargain on the market.
Our products are excellent quality, as good or better than anything you can find.
Yet, we sell for the best prices.
Our approach is designed to provide high doses with minimum carrier oils and other ingredients, to please people whose symptoms will let them know in minutes whether we are as advertised.
Our product is made from hemp flower grown right here on our 66-acre farm 5 miles from Hotchkiss, Colorado using a strain bred by our owner, Jan VanDenBerg, called Medicine Mother.
We farm all-organic using the freshest, purest irrigation water from the top of Grand Mesa. We have been breeding, farming, and formulating products with our hemp since the legalization of hemp in Colorado in 2014.
Mountain Flower Botanicals is proud to be one of two hemp breeders in the world to have a high-CBD certified hemp strain — “Medicine Mother”. It was certified by the State of Colorado Department of Agriculture in 2018. The strain, grown field-method and fully seeded up, will yield 7% CBD. Or it can be grown female-only to yield 12% CBD. We sell 99% female, certified high-CBD “Medicine Mother” seeds and we are developing new varieties.
We sell Tinctures, Balms, CBD Honey, Soft Gels, and more retail online at our website, mountainflowerbotanicals.com/shop/.
Wholesale and Bulk Sales
Resellers who buy at least 8 products (mix or match) may purchase our quality affordable CBD products wholesale with our labels on them for half our retail price with the exceptions of Seeds, Clones, 250 and 500 mg Tinctures, and Pet Tincture. Learn more on our Wholesale page.
We also sell in bulk without our label by the 100-count case or by the 48-count case for balms. Learn more about our bulk sales on our White Label page.
We sell THC-compliant (<0.3%) distillate by the kilo.
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Frequently Asked Questions
There are over 80 different cannabinoids commonly found in the cannabis plant. Many people have heard of one of the cannabinoids THC; this is because THC is the cannabinoid that is responsible for altering our state-of-mind.
CBD is non-psychoactive and will not alter a state-of-mind or leave you feeling intoxicated.
Because hemp contains less than 0.3% of the psychoactive cannabinoid THC, you should not feel high. Our products are high in CBD, with very low-to-zero THC content. Unless you are using many, many times the recommended amounts, you should not test positive for THC.
We are not permitted to make medical claims. We believe in the amazing benefits of CBD and offer you research links below for your own knowledge. We recommend using the National Institutes of Health website and search for CBD and Condition by name or Pubmed, which is a government-run information site and can be helpful! Projectcbd.org is a very complete and well-organized site with links to much of the research on cannabis and CBD. This is the link from Projectcbd.org organized by medical conditions.
While hemp-derived CBD is now federally legal, many states and cities are updating their laws and they’re not always in line with federal regulations. This CNET article from August 2019 may be helpful or check this ProCon.org article from July 2019 that lists regulations by State.