CBD White Label allows you to create a brand to best reach your defined target market without having to spend the time, resources and expenses that are associated with creating formulated products. We’ve done the hard work for you. Take advantage of our tried and trusted products.
CBD Manufacturing FAQ’S
Creating your own custom formulas can be a daunting task. Choosing to Private Label with Sawyer Labs allows you to work with our in-house chemists, research and development team, world-class label and printing team, as well as using our manufacturing experience to create the product you always wanted.
The minimum order for White Label and Private Label products is 200 units per SKU. This MOQ ensures cost efficiency for both parties.
Sawyer Labs offers a large array of CBD products from gummies to muscle cream and everything in between! Click here to view all our amazing products.
Yes! Every CBD product at Sawyer Labs is conceptualized, developed, formulated, and produced in house by our team of experts. Unlike other manufacturers, we do not outsource our products.
All our products go through accredited third-party testing before they hit the market. These labs provide a full-panel Certificate of Analysis (COA) of your product so you know exactly how much CBD is present.
Most of our products have a 12-month shelf life. It’s recommended all products be stored in a cool, dark area to experience the longest shelf life possible and to preserve the CBD potency.
There is nothing more important than treating our customers right, so we strive to provide the best service possible. When you partner with us, you’ll be assigned a personal account rep who is an expert in the CBD industry to guide you every step of the way. They will handle your order, track its production process, and keep you updated until your product is in your hands.
Yes, we produce all CBD products in accordance with the US Farm Bill. We are a state CBD-licensed processing facility, and we are FDA approved.
Our graphic designers have created easy-to-use templates for every product. Your personal account rep will connect you with our Design team who will help you every step of the way to make sure your labels contain all the required information to keep your brand compliant. Choose between a glossy or matte label, and even add metallic details! We also offer branded boxes and/or bags for your products as well.
Once payment is processed and you approve the label design, we’ll start manufacturing your order. Some orders ship as quickly as 7 business days.
We ship all orders via FedEx. Your personal account rep will give you the tracking number when your order has shipped.
Cannabinoids are a group of compounds that are found in the Cannabis plant. The compounds consist of CBGA, THCA, CBDA, CBCA, CBGVA, THCVA, CBDVA, and CBCVA. All of these have been found to have different health benefits ranging from possible anti-inflammation properties to assisting with anxiety relief. THCA and CBDA, also known as THC and CBD, are usually the most abundant cannabinoids found in Cannabis.
The Endocannabinoid System (ECS) is a molecular system in the human body that balances the body’s processes. It helps the immune response, appetite, memory, and also helps cells communicate with each other. Cannabinoids have been shown to interact with the ECS system to provide different physical and psychological benefits.
Taking CBD has been known to help to stimulate your endocannabinoid system (ECS). This can promote stabilization of the body while reducing the sensation of pain, fighting inflammation, easing anxiety, and promoting a healthier sleep pattern.
Terpenes are a diverse group of compounds found in many plants including Cannabis. They are unique to the plant in which they are derived and can play a different role in the body. Some might help promote relaxation while others may assist with stress relief, pain management, or inflammation.
There are many reasons one may take CBD. If you struggle with anxiety, sleep, mood changes, arthritis pain, menstrual cramps, muscle/joint pain, nausea, depression, PTSD, or addiction, you may consider taking CBD as an alternative to prescription drugs. Although it’s not a cure for any of the symptoms listed above, CBD is a good natural option that may play a key role in alleviating symptoms.
There are four different types of CBD depending on how it is extracted: Full Spectrum Extract, Full Spectrum Oil, Broad Spectrum Oil, and CBD Isolate. All have slightly different CBD percentages, and depending on the color, smell, and potency that’s needed, some may be preferred over others for specific products.
Once the Cannabis plant is harvested, it goes through a process to extract CBD from the leaves, roots, and buds. Our CBD providers use a CO2 extraction method that uses pressurized carbon dioxide to pull out the desired compounds from the plant. Full spectrum extract CBD, also referred to as crude, is what you get the first time you extract. Although the concentration of CBD is usually the lowest in full spectrum extract form (around 65%), the amounts of other compounds and terpenes are higher.
This oil is the result of a secondary CO2 extraction method that removes most of the THC found in Cannabis leaving only 0.3%, which is under the legal limit. The concentration of CBD is usually around 80%. Full spectrum CBD oil is ideal for oils, edibles, and skin care as it creates an entourage effect, meaning that by combining cannabis compounds, it creates a stronger impact than a single compound would on its own.
After going through an additional CO2 extraction method, the product becomes completely THC free. The concentration of CBD in broad spectrum oil is fairly high (around 85%) while other compounds and terpenes are very minimal. Broad spectrum is ideal for those concerned with THC.
CBD isolate is produced with a different extraction process than the rest. The extracted oil goes through a winterization process that removes any waxes, compounds and terpenes. The finished product comes out in powder form and is usually around 99.8% CBD, making CBD isolate completely THC free with no remaining compounds or terpenes found. CBD Isolate is ideal for gum, mints, gummies, and pet products.
CBD does not have psychoactive effects. When Cannabis is grown for CBD and is harvested and extracted properly, it will contain less than 0.31% THC. In order to receive psychoactive effects, the Cannabis plant would have to contain a significantly higher percentage of THC.