- Endoca Review
CBD Oil Review rates the Endoca brand with five stars because it qualifies for the Quality, Charity, Mission, Safety & Innovation Badges.
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Endoca: 60-Second Summary
It would take many pages to communicate the full extent of what makes Endoca such a remarkable CBD vendor; what we will say is that very few do it better. Whether it’s genuine respect for the environment, all-encompassing quality control, dozens of fun (and potent!) products, or the fact that they run harvesting machines on biofuel, the folks at Endoca humbly demonstrate they are by far one of the best players in the CBD game. With such an extraordinary level of commitment to traditional agricultural practices and sophisticated technologies, any cannabinoid connoisseur would be wise to put Endoca at the top of their must-try list.
** Review Updated 7/19/2019
Endoca Brand Review
Endoca prides itself on creating some of the best hemp CBD oil on the market, and they do so with zest and originality. Listing all the reasons why Endoca is amongst the best CBD vendors in the world would take many pages; however, here are a few key highlights:
Endoca owns their seed bank, and grows, harvests, and processes the plants themselves.
Much of the equipment they use in these processes is handmade and in keeping with traditional hemp agriculture. Their harvesting machines run on fuel created using waste from the restaurant industry.
Endoca feeds the hemp waste from their CBD processing to cattle (the healthy cannabinoids present lessen the need for antibiotics); any waste beyond that becomes biofuel.
Endoca is actively establishing an independent, self-sustaining village around their manufacturing center with an emphasis on permaculture.
Endoca is working on packaging made from hemp fibers, to reduce plastic/paper waste.
Endoca goes to great lengths to educate consumers on various healthy lifestyle practices with the goal of endocannabinoid system balance in mind.
Overseeing every aspect of the CBD operation allows Endoca to implement exceptional quality control standards. Endoca’s farming techniques help to produce a very desirable balance of the constituents commonly found in the hemp plant, ultimately resulting in more efficacy for the consumer. They were arguably the first hemp CBD company to market raw CBD oil, preserving the raw, natural hemp plant properties (think wheatgrass juice, but supercharged).
When it comes to sourcing, it’s hard to find a brand with better processes than Endoca. They utilize supercritical CO2 extraction and afterward employ cold filtration on all their CBD oil, effectively maintaining the plant’s chemical structure and delivering the best of what hemp has to offer.
Products available on Endoca’s website include everything from CBD capsules to topicals to powerful tinctures to innovative suppositories to bioavailable chewing gum and 99% pure CBD crystals. Only all-natural goodness to be found! Each item has a fascinatingly abundant amount of content that explains anything a customer would want to know and then some. Prices range from $8 for CBD-infused lip balm to $285 for 3000mg of our favorite product, the super-concentrated raw hemp CBD paste.
Endoca performs extensive tests on their batches of CBD oil used to make their products, including tests for cannabinoid content, terpene content, microbials, mycotoxins, heavy metals, and pesticides.
While you cannot map product SKUs to the batch testing results on the Endoca site, each Endoca product does feature a batch number that can be used to look up the test results for the respective product.
Bottom Line – Endoca is one of the best CBD oil companies in the business for many reasons.
Endoca CBD Featured Products
Endoca sells cannabidiol in nearly every form there is, from edibles to topicals to tinctures to capsules and more. All told, the company has over a dozen items on the shelves – but these five CBD products in particular are ones you may want to look out for.
CBD Concentrate (3000mg)
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Does 3000mg of CBD sound like a lot? It should—because this stuff is potent.
Along with the excellent growing practices employed by Endoca, their cannabidiol processing helps make this CBD concentrate especially powerful. The concentrate is not decarboxylated, which means it’s full of both CBD and CBDa—the acid form of the compound—making for a smoother and stronger product. And the mix also makes this CBD concentrate great for oral or vaporizer consumption.
But we can’t emphasize the potency enough. Endoca’s CBD concentrate is known for its strength—but possibly not the best option for those who are still discovering the types of cannabidiol products that work best for them. (And at $318, it’s also a bit pricey, though the cost breaks down well when it comes to per-milligram spending.) Still, if you’re looking for something that tastes great and packs a powerful punch, plus is sold by a trustworthy operation, this CBD concentrate may be the right choice for you.
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Endoca also provides its CBD oil in a number of tincture options.
Bottles are sold at the 300mg level, a less-potent mix is available for $29, and the 1500mg level, which is much stronger and comes with a $143 price tag. And the cannabidiol formulas are also offered in two varieties: Raw and regular.
Both types of CBD oil are derived from the whole hemp plant, but the decarboxylation process—or, the practice of heating the CBD concentrate—is what separates regular from raw.
Endoca’s raw oil is not exposed to the heat, which keeps all of the cannabinoids—including CBDa—intact. This leads to what some call the “entourage effect,” the idea that all of these cannabinoids work in concert to provide a benefit greater than the sum of their parts. Many argue this intact version of cannabidiol represents the “purer” form of CBD oil.
On the other hand, the regular oil does get treated with the heat, which not only eliminates the CBDa from the mix but activates or transforms other cannabinoids in various ways. The end result is a CBD oil that’s actually more bioavailable, but at the cost of the presence of some cannabinoids.
Again, with Endoca’s reputation for quality CBD, there’s no right or wrong when choosing between the two, just a different experience.
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For the dietarily restricted, Endoca’s CBD capsules make for a great choice. The pills are vegan, Kosher, and gluten-free, as well as non-GMO.
These CBD capsules also come in raw and regular form, giving a consumer plenty of choice when it comes to their CBD oil type. And once again, Endoca offers their product in two strengths: 300mg and 1500mg.
Again, both cannabidiol varieties include over 400 specific cannabinoids and terpenes—the compounds responsible for many tastes and smells of a plant—but depending on whether the product is raw (unheated) or regular (heated), some of those components will be transformed or eliminated. (Raw includes more cannabinoids but regular CBD oil is more activated for greater bioavailability.)
At 10mg per capsule and $31 per bottle of the 300mg batch, the product offers an easy way to determine dosage and a comfortable middle ground for those just starting to understand their desired level of cannabidiol. And at $129 for the company’s stronger version, that cost efficiency is still maintained, especially when dollar-to-mg ratios are considered.
CBD Body Butter
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Even without the CBD oil, Endoca’s body butter is packed with dreamy ingredients for the skin.
The 100% natural product is made of some of Mother Nature’s best moisturizers, including coco butter, shea butter, palm oil, and Vitamin E. But the combination doesn’t just luxuriate, it helps proactively protect against free radicals and sun damage, as well as actively treat conditions like seborrheic dermatitis and mild dermatitis.
The whipped condition of the butter makes it a lightweight addition, and, at either 300mg or 1500mg of CBD per container, consumers can choose from a medium-to-higher potency of cannabidiol. (Prices range from $36 to $82.)
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Perhaps the most unique product on the list, Endoca’s CBD suppositories are meant to be used in particularly sensitive areas. (Specifically, the product is designed for vaginal or rectal insertion.) But what’s the appeal behind the distinctive delivery method?
The process bypasses the digestive system, which is notorious for wiping out much of a CBD oil product’s potency, thanks to all those acids and enzymes designed to filter nutrients out of our food.
The inserts are also pretty powerful, at 50mg per suppository, with an entire box of 6 retailing for $52.
But, unlike the other products on this list, preparation is perhaps most important with these. The suppositories should be refrigerated before use, and—perhaps a no-brainer but we’ll say it anyway—proper hygiene should be adhered to throughout the process. The company also offers specific directions on how best to administer the item, which should be paid attention to.
Badges For Endoca
Endoca uses hemp grown in their five-hectare ‘food forest’ in Barcelona, Spain and supercritical CO2 extraction to procure their CBD products.
Endoca performs extensive tests on their batches of CBD oil used to make their products, including tests for cannabinoid content, terpene content, microbials, mycotoxins, heavy metals, and pesticides
Endoca strives to show the world that we don’t need to continue poisoning ourselves and our environment in order to survive.
The Endoca Foundation is dedicated to improving the lives of children with special needs through projects, funding support, and advocacy programs.
Virtually every aspect of Endoca’s concept is innovative, from their proprietary genetics to their exceptionally nutrient-dense hemp grown on their pristine ‘food forest’ preserve.
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