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Buy Cannabiva™ Full Spectrum CBD Distillate, THC-FREE Broad Spectrum CBD Distillate, and pharmaceutical-grade Zero High® Isolate Powder in 1000 mg up to 10,000 mg raw concentrate formulas.

Distillates from Cannabiva are scientifically formulated using whole plant cannabis extracts. Cannabiva provides the most vital phytocannabinoids to give you unrivaled entourage benefits that only CBD concentrates from Cannabiva can. Isolates from Zero High are engineered for pharmaceutical grade purity. Zero High Isolates available in CBD, CBG, and CBN.

Cannabiva distillate and Zero High isolate powders are always 100% free from pesticides, harsh chemicals, and heavy metals. No additives, synthetic ingredients, or artificial preservatives are used ever. All concentrates and isolates are triple tested by ISO-accredited labs to independently verify product purity.

Find exactly what you’ve been missing with our raw concentrates and isolates! Shop our complete line of Full Spectrum CBD Distillates, THC-FREE Broad Spectrum CBD Distillates, and pharmaceutical-grade Zero High Isolates below.

Frequently Asked Questions & Answers About Concentrates

New to Cannabiva Concentrates and Zero High Isolates? We have answers to your most frequently asked questions. Everything you need to know about concentrates is down below!

What is cannabis concentrate?

Concentrates provide the purest form of cannabis extract that can be achieved.

There are two types of concentrate available in our cannabis product line: Cannabiva Distillate and Zero High Isolate.

Cannabiva CBD Distillate is concentrated between 81.5% to 88.5% of the active ingredient Cannabidiol (CBD). Distillates from Cannabiva are loaded with other essential cannabinoids and terpenes for unrivaled entourage benefits.

Zero High Isolate products are a radically purified form of cannabis concentrate. They contain only a single cannabinoid and no THC whatsoever (0.00%). All Zero High Isolates are concentrated between 98.5% to 99.97% of the active ingredient CBD, CBG, or CBN.

Is cannabis CBD, CBN and CBG concentrate legal?

Yes, Cannabiva CBD Distillates and Zero High CBD, CBN and CBG Isolate Concentrates are formulated using a legal cannabis strain approved for use in hemp-derived products by the United States Department of Agriculture (

Our Cannabis Concentrate products are scientifically tested through independent 3rd-party labs to verify that they are federally compliant and 100% legal to buy in the USA.

Who should take cannabis concentrate?

Cannabiva Distillate and Zero High Isolate are safe and non-intoxicating derivatives of the cannabis sativa plant indicated for adults and teens ages 18 and older.

How do I use cannabis concentrate?

Working with raw cannabis concentrate is very similar to cooking and baking. It may take some trial and error to get the hang of it, but using cannabis concentrates really is simple to figure out!

Cannabiva Distillate and Zero High Isolate are oil-soluble, so they blend into any oil-based mixing medium. That makes them perfect in everything from baked goods to skin balms, bath bombs, salves, vape cartridges and more — only your imagination is the limit when you choose Cannabiva Distillate and Zero High Isolate!

You may also vape cannabis concentrate using a dab rig or similar vaping apparatus to maximize cannabinoid absorption.

Is cannabis concentrate right for me?

Cannabiva brand cannabis concentrates are a little different from our line of finished products.

Concentrates are the most cost-effective way to get very high doses of cannabinoids like CBD, CBN and CBG at the lowest price per gram. That's because concentrates are minimally processed — they are essentially raw cannabis extract that's ready to be added to an appropriate mixing medium (e.g., any oil base, food or baked good, vape cartridge).

Choose Cannabiva Concentrates if you are comfortable working with raw cannabis extracts or if you plan to vape the raw material using a dab rig or similar vaping apparatus.

Which strength cannabis concentrate should I choose?

Cannabiva Distillate and Zero High Isolate are available in three strength concentrations:

  • 1,000 mg Regular Strength
    Each jar contains at least 1 gram of active ingredient
  • 5,000 mg Extra Strength
    Each jar contains at least 5 grams of active ingredient
  • 10,000 mg Maximum Strength
    Each jar contains at least 10 grams of active ingredient

First-time users should choose Regular Strength 1,000 mg Concentrate in their preferred cannabinoid to start. Daily and experienced users may choose a cannabis concentrate strength that matches their current daily intake. The right concentrate strength for you will be based on a variety of factors, including your body weight and individual wellness concerns.

How much cannabis concentrate should I take?

How much cannabis concentrate you take every day depends in part on your body weight as well as the specific cannabinoid (CBD, CBN or CBG) you are taking.

Refer to the following dosage charts to assist in finding the appropriate dose of your preferred cannabinoid based on your specific needs:

CBD Dosage Chart

CBN Dosage Chart

CBG Dosage Chart

When will I see benefits from taking cannabis concentrate?

Cannabinoids like CBD, CBG, and CBN are generally fast-acting natural medicines. Most people report feeling noticeable benefits within just one or two days.

The time it takes for you to see benefits and how long CBD will stay in your system will vary from that of other cannabis concentrate users, because everybody is unique. Benefits should not take more than two weeks to become apparent.

Cannabis concentrates may not be right for everyone. Only you know how much is helping you to feel better. Ask your doctor if you experience no benefits after taking a cannabis concentrate for longer than two weeks.

Is cannabis concentrate safe?

Cannabinoids like those found in Cannabiva Distillate and Zero High Isolate are safe, non-toxic derivatives of the cannabis sativa plant.

How much CBD you should take is based on a number of factors including body weight, how you take it, and the type of CBD blend you are taking. Understanding these factors and how they may affect your body will help to prevent the potential for side effects, adverse events and CBD overdose.  

Cannabis concentrates maintain an excellent safety profile when used as directed. Reported side effects (less than 0.5% chance of occurrence) are temporary and mild. They may include dry mouth, increased appetite, or stomach upset. Allergic reactions are not common. Check with your doctor if you have a history of allergies or normally experience sensitivity to certain foods, medications (over-the-counter and prescribed), or other plant-derived medicines.

Talk to your doctor before adding cannabis concentrates to your wellness plan.

Can I vape my cannabis concentrate?

Yes, you may vape the raw Cannabiva Distillate and Zero High Isolate using a dab rig or similar vaping apparatus to maximize cannabinoid absorption.

Will I get "high" if I take cannabis concentrates?

Cannabiva Distillates and Zero High Isolates cannot get you "high" because they do not have any psychoactive side effects.

Are cannabis concentrates vegan?

Yes, both Cannabiva Distillates and Zero High Isolates are 100% vegan, pure plant resins.

Will cannabis concentrates show up on a drug test?

Some CBD products may show up on a drug test for THC. Understanding the differences between the different types of blends will help you to determine which is best for you based on your specific needs.

Cannabiva Full Spectrum Distillate contains up to 0.3% THC by volume. Drug screenings that test for THC may show a positive test result if you are taking Cannabiva Full Spectrum CBD. For this reason, you should not take Cannabiva Full Spectrum CBD if you are randomly drug screened.

Cannabiva Broad Spectrum Distillate (0.0%) and Zero High Isolates (0.00%) contain undetectable levels of THC. For this reason, a drug test screening for the presence of THC should not return a positive test result.*

*We cannot guarantee a negative result on your individual drug screening due to a variety of complex testing factors, which include drug screening sensitivity, testing method used, and concentration cutoff limits. Consult with a qualified medical professional so you may conduct an appropriate risk/benefit analysis prior to cannabis concentrate use.

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