CBDButterfly reviews each stage of the CBD Process for products in our store.  We select those products where the Limit of Detection in third-party lab analysis can be measured with a focus on products  from USDA-certified organic hemp.


CBD is a soil sucker, meaning when the plant grows, it sucks the nutrients out of the soil. Exposure to even a small amount of Pesticides or Heavy Metals can lead to headaches, physical physical programs, pain and more.

Because of a lack of regulations some unscrupulous,  particularly foreign manufacturers try to hide levels by reducing the concentrations levels of pesticides and heavy metals in their CBD products.


CO2 extraction

The most common method for extracting CBD. Although this extraction process is known to be safe, efficient and with an end result that is potent, it’s important to be aware that this process isn’t always alcohol free.

Alcohol Extraction 
Another viable way of extracting CBD is by using liquid solvents such as ethanol, butane, or isopropyl alcohol. This is widely regarded as one of the simplest extraction methods

Spectrum Oil

Narrow Spectrum Oil

Narrow spectrum CBD isolate and distillate offer an improved taste and flavor, This ensures that each product has the correct amount of the highest quality CBD

Full Spectrum Oil

Full spectrum CBD can often contain trace levels of THC, still less than 0.3% as required, but more remains than with Narrow Spectrum.

Neither Narrow or Spectrum Oil is better or whose, but know what is in your CBD Product makes a difference

Lab Testing

Review of third-party Certification of Analysis (COA) is the cornerstore of our review process.  If CBD Manufacturers adhere to the best practices, the results will be clear.

We provide ingredient details with each product and a copy of the COA directly from the labs.