About Core Botanics

We’re Based In Nevada, USA

Not somewhere on the other side of the planet.

Rooted In Science

Core Botanics was founded with the intention of creating a premium CBD experience.  Many companies claim they use pure, high-quality ingredients in their supplements, however many lack the ingredients that are stated on their labels.  Formulation and testing in qualified laboratories by medical researchers has been the foundation of our business, resulting in supplements our customers trust in their homes and daily lives.  The doctors behind our brand ensure our customers can always expect a safe, inspected, pesticide and contaminant free supplement.

Our Hemp Is Grown In The USA

We source our hemp exclusively from American farmers.  Research & Development takes place at our 55,000 Square Foot, FDA-registered, cGMP certified facility in Carson City, Nevada.  Our team of doctors formulate our CBD in-house, without relying on third parties.

How We Do It

At Core Botanics, our focus is creating natural products for healthy lifestyles.  What sets us apart from other CBD companies is our foundation in science and cutting edge formulations from our in-house research and development team.


Our hemp is bred specifically for terpene and cannabinoid contents.


Biomass is run through CO2 extraction processes to capture CBD.


Final products are made in accordance with Current Good Manufacturing Practices (CGMPs). We provide Certificates of Analysis using third party labs for all our products.

We Ship Nationwide

Core Botanics is based in Nevada and sources its hemp from sustainable farms in the USA.  We legally ship all products nationwide.

Until 2018, hemp farming was only legal in small, state-by-state pilot programs. This largely meant that it couldn’t be farmed on an industrial level in the United States, especially when in comparison with large global producers like China.

However, the 2018 Farm Bill officially removed hemp from the Controlled Substances Act. For farmers, this officially makes it a viable crop that they can produce and trade like cotton, soy, and tobacco.