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At Palm Valley Organics, we deliver the highest-quality CBD products in the industry at prices our customers can afford. Our commitment to quality and customer safety is the foundation of our company. And it begins long before we deliver our products to you.

Responsibly Sourced Hemp

We source our hemp from US farms using organic practices. The hemp is tested for potency and to ensure it is free of pesticides, residual solvents, microbial contaminants and heavy metals before it is accepted for processing.

Rigorous Quality Controls

We work with US based, FDA registered hemp extraction manufacturers that employ stringent quality controls and the current Good Manufacturing Practice, cGMP, guidelines in the extraction of hemp oils to produce our CBD products.

Independent Laboratory Testing

We ensure the purity and potency of all our hemp derived cannabidiol products with independent laboratory testing, providing certificates of analysis that customers can access by scanning a QR code on the label of every product purchased.


People have used cannabis for medicinal purposes for a millenia. More recently though, cannabidiol, the  compound found in the hemp plant, has been extracted for use as a natural health aid and used for a variety of purposes — from relieving pain to lowering inflammation. And unlike THC, the drug-like effects of cannabidiol do not cause a high.


While the exact mechanism of action (how it works) is largely unknown, the growing body of research on the health effects of cannabidiol (CBD) suggests it plays an influential role in the body’s homeostasis with possible health benefits including  anti-seizure, antioxidant, neuroprotective, anti-inflammatory, analgesic and anti-anxiety properties.

Neuroprotective Effects

Research suggests CBD has neuroprotective properties which may help people with neurodegenerative disorders, such as Alzheimer’s, multiple sclerosis and Parkinson’s disease. More research, however, is needed to understand the effects of CBD and clinical trials are ongoing in this area. 

Anti-Seizure Effects

CBD oil in young children with intractable seizure disorders has been covered in the news. While the research is in its early stages and far from conclusive, clinical trials are being carried out. One clinical trial involving a plant-derived pharmaceutical formulation of CBD has been approved for use by the FDA.

Anti-Anxiety Effects

Research suggests CBD may reduce anxiety and stress. Researchers believe CBD works by activating the serotonin receptors. In one study, CBD reduced the anxiety associated with public speaking. Research also links the antidepressant-like effects of CBD with the modulation of endocannabinoid levels in the body.




Palm Valley Organics formulated this salve to help relieve the aches and pains of everyday life (joint, bone, muscle) by providing natural ingredients that reduce inflammation and promote blood flow: Raw Hemp- Used to stimulate your endocannabinoid system to help restore balance and healing.



Natural Hemp Flavor

Designed for sublingual application, our premium .3 percent THC or less elixir is infused with full spectrum CBD and blended with Medium Chain Triglycerides oil.


Natural Hemp Flavor

Designed for sublingual application, our premium THC-free elixir is infused with broad spectrum CBD and blended with organic hemp seed oil for taste. 

What is CBD?

CBD is derived from industrial hemp, the no-high strain of Cannabis.

It contains cannabinoids, compounds unique to cannabis, as well as terpenes, responsible for its aroma, flavonoids, and omega fatty acids. While there are more than 100 different cannabinoids in the hemp plant, the most well known are delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC, which has psychoactive properties, and cannabidiol, or CBD, which is non-psychoactive. Both have been used for a variety of health issues. The main difference among CBD products is which of these compounds are present and at what levels.

Types of CBD

To determine which product is right for you, it’s important to understand the differences in the three main types of CBD products full spectrum oil, broad spectrum oil and isolate powder.

Full spectrum CBD oil, as the name implies, contains the full spectrum of compounds found in hemp. This includes CBD, terpenes and other cannabinoids like CBG, CBN and trace amounts of THC (.3 percent or less dry weight). Full spectrum CBD oil is most popular because of the believed synergistic effect produced by having all the plants’ naturally occurring compounds present — cannabinoids, flavonoids, terpenes and fatty acids.

While full spectrum is the most popular CBD oil, consumer’s subject to drug testing should consider the alternative broad spectrum products, which are THC-free.

Broad spectrum products contain an array of cannabinoids and terpenes but have been further processed to isolate and remove THC to non-detectable levels. Consumers can consult the certificate of analysis, the third-party lab results required by law in Florida, to identify which cannabinoids and terpenes are found in the product and at what levels.
Broad spectrum CBD oil is ideal for consumer’s subject to drug testing. Although, the THC levels in full spectrum products are quite low, they are potentially detectable.

CBD isolate is powder containing Cannabidiol. It is the purest form of CBD, with purity levels often reaching 99 percent or more making this the ideal form of CBD for those subject to drug testing. They are typically available in a carrier oil, such as Medium Chain Triglycerides, or MCT oil, infused with the isolate powder.The raw powder is also available.

The Endocannabinoid System

In the mid-1990s, scientists discovered the human endocannabinoid system, the cannabis-like molecules produced by the human body and all vertebrates. The system consists of endocannabinoid receptors that are present throughout the body. The receptors are keyed to endocannabinoids our body produces and plant-based cannabinoids, including THC and CBD. They are involved in a wide variety of processes, including homeostasis, pain, memory, mood, appetite, stress, sleep and immune function.

Cannabinoid 1 (CB1) and cannabinoid 2 (CB2) are two of the main receptors. 

Endocannabinoid Receptors

Receptors are primarily found in the brain and central nervous system but are also present in the male and female  reproductive system. Research indicates these receptors are specifically keyed for THC. 

Receptors are primarily found in the immune system with the highest concentrations in the spleen. CB2 receptors are specifically cued for CBD, which appears to function as an anti-inflammatory agent.

Receptors are found in bone marrow, the spleen, lymph nodes and testicles.

Receptors are found in the bones, the brain and cerebellum.

A small number of receptors are found in the pancreas and intestinal track.

Receptors are found in the blood, bone marrow, kidney, liver, stomach and ovaries.

Receptors are found in the stomach, muscle, skin, kidney and lungs.

Frequently Asked Questions

About CBD and our products!

What is CBD?

Cannabidiol, is the cannabinoid known as CBD. It is largely produced from the “no-high” strain of the hemp plant, which contains less than 0.3 percent of THC.  

What Are cannabinoids?

Cannabinoids are the family of chemical compounds in Cannabis.  Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of the active and most important cannabinoids.

What is Cannabis?

Cannabis is a plant grown in many parts of the world that makes resin containing  compounds called cannabinoids. It has two varieties, marijuana and its “no-high” cousin, hemp. A major difference between the two lies in the concentration of  cannabinoids they produce. Marijuana is rich in psychoactive cannabinoids, namely THC, while hemp contains only trace amounts of THC and is rich in other cannabinoids, namely CBD. Hemp is used in the production of CBD oil. 

Is CBD legal federally?

Yes. It became federally legal under the 2018 Farm Bill.

Is CBD legal in Florida?
Gov. Ron De Santis signed legislation in May 2019 legalizing hemp as of July 1, 2019. Florida’s Agriculture Department is creating the regulations for the industry. Importantly, the law requires sellers of CBD to provide a certificate of analysis (COA) prepared by an independent testing laboratory, which states the THC level does not exceed 0.3 percent on a dry-weight basis. The certificate must also confirm the batch does not contain contaminants unsafe for human consumption.
Why THC-free?

Making the distinction is particularly important for consumers who are subject to drug testing by their employer. Our Broad Spectrum CBD tincture is a THC-free product, meaning there is no detectable level of THC on analysis, while our Full Spectrum CBD tincture contains trace amounts of THC per the legal definition of industrial hemp. 

do you source your hemp in the us?

Our hemp is responsibly sourced from US growers using organic practices.

where do you manufacture your products?

All of our products are harvested, tested and manufactured in the US using rigorous quality controls and Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) guidelines.