Harmony is CBD born of a mother’s love. It is an American, vertically-integrated hemp CBD company. This means they grow, extract, bottle, and distribute everything from their Conway, South Carolina, facility. Vertical integration allows Harmony to control all aspects of the supply chain, thus, ensuring that there is no breakdown from the specialized genetics they grow all the way through to the bottle you purchase for you or your loved ones.
About Harmony’s Process and Partners
Harmony’s extraction method is unique. Unlike many other companies, at no time does any solvent touch the plant matter, nor any part of the product. They use a specialized flower MCT infusion method that creates a true full-spectrum product. The process is done using gentle heat, time, and slight pressure without any harmful chemicals. This allows all the compounds that are in the plant at the flower level to remain in the final product. This full spectrum of compounds present creates what is known as the entourage effect.
Harmony is a proud member of the Hemp Industries Association (HIA), the American Herbal Products Association (AHPA), the American Botanical Council, the California Hemp Council, and a supporter of Vote Hemp. Their founder, Janel Ralph, was appointed to the US Hemp Authority 2.0 advisory committee after she put her signature on a letter against supporting the 1.0 Hemp Authority Seal. This was because she felt strongly the seal was not up to standard for certification as a community. Harmony also supports organizations that are fighting for comprehensive cannabis reform such as Compassionate South Carolina and Marijuana Policy Project. They partner with farms to utilize organic and regenerative farming practices that include cover crops, carbon farming methods, holistic grazing, elimination of any synthetic inputs of pesticides or fertilizers. This leads to healthy soil, plants, people, and climate.
About Harmony Products
Harmony’s manufacturing facility and their product lines are also USDA Certified Organic and Glyphosate Free. As a company, they are committed to testing for Glyphosate. They also believe in extensive testing for each batch they produce. Their products are tested by ISO certified, third party laboratory facilities. They believe in transparency and offer their customers the results of those full labs including; cannabinoids, pesticides, microbiological contaminants, heavy metals, solvents, and mycotoxins. Harmony’s Product line was released in early 2015 and their testing protocols include extensive shelf-life studies so that they are confident in the use-by date listed on each product.
Harmony is licensed under the state of South Carolina as a hemp grower and processor. Their manufacturing facility is registered with the FDA. They comply with 21 CFR Part 117 Current Good Manufacturing Practice, Hazard Analysis and Risk-Based Preventive Controls for Human Food and 21 CFR Part 111 Current Good Manufacturing Practice in Manufacturing, Packaging, Labeling, or Holding Operations for Dietary Supplements. They adhere to strict cGMP practices and are audited regularly.