SCIENCE BACKED RESULTS
The cannglory process
1. Food law certified
We process all our products according to Swiss Food Laws and their highest standards.
Our laboratory and packaging lines observe Swiss Food Laws and we have established all standard operating procedures (SOPs) according to which we run our packaging, analytical laboratory, and extraction facility. We control the whole manufacturing process from seed to shelf. All solvents we use are food-grade and we strive for solvent-free extractions wherever possible. We are proud to say our CBD products are the highest quality you can buy.
2. Guaranteed concentration
Our analytical laboratory tests every lot or batch of our products on two different chromatograms.
Thereafter, we verify our results by having our products tested in an external laboratory before we release our CBD products. Our standard testing procedure for every batch covers over ten Cannabinoids, including CBD, CBDA, THC, THCA, CBG, CBGA and CBN, to make sure we offer you the best products available. We provide accurate concentrations for every product and they can be easily recalled online by entering their LOT numbers.
3. Co2 Extraction process
CO2 extraction uses pressurized carbon dioxide to take as many desirable cannabinoids from a cannabis plant as possible. This involves taking out the plant’s essential waxes, cannabinoids, and terpenes.
There are several reasons why CO2 is particularly useful within botanical extractions, namely with cannabis:
- CO2 is a naturally occurring compound. It exists all around us and our bodies produce it.
- As far as non-polar solvents are concerned, CO2 is among the safest. In fact, the FDA has labelled CO2 safe for industrial extractions, making it a much less controversial solvent than petroleum based hydrocarbons such as butane or propane.
- The conditions that allow CO2 to change from a fluid state to a supercritical state can occur without having to exceed temperatures above 90°F, meaning there is less risk of compromising the natural volatile compounds found in cannabis.
- CO2 is also unique in that its solubility will change with pressure, allowing for fractioning of the many different types of biomolecules available in cannabis strains. CO2 extraction can be used to pull various cannabinoids from the plant such as THCA, CBD, CBG, THCV as well as terpenes and other compounds.
4. 100% Swiss quality
We only produce our Cannabis in Switzerland, which allows us to maintain our high production standards and closely monitor our production.
We produce Cannabis on several hectares of controlled indoor conditions using greenhouses equipped with light deprivation systems on outdoor fields. Also, all post-harvest processes, including drying and curing, as well as all processing, such as extractions, packaging, and bottling are performed in Switzerland.
5. Organic production principles
From the beginning, we have realized that cultivating the safest Cannabis possible is key. To achieve this we have adopted organic production principles and we do not use synthetic pesticides.
We manage the pests and diseases of our plants using beneficial insects and fungi that support plant growth and health. Moreover, we rotate our outdoor crops to maintain soil fertility and we have ongoing organic fertilization experiments.
6. Pesticide free production
We do not spray any synthetic pesticides on our Cannabis plants.
Pesticide-Free Production crops are non-GMO crops that have not been treated with pesticides from the time of sprouting to the time of marketing. In addition, such crops cannot be grown where residual pesticides are considered to be commercially active.
7. Support of cannabis regulation
We are the leading entity in coordinating the regulation of Cannabis.