With so many brands on the market, we want to ensure that you know the truth about CBD. You should Be able to select the best product for your body and lifestyle, and enjoy the best value with the greatest benefits. And never Settle for anything less than… the full e’fekt™.

The Broad-Spectrum of e’fekt

Our entire line of e’fekt™ products are Broad-Spectrum, meaning they contain all the vital compounds of the whole hemp plant without the THC. Our PhytoComplex Rich Hemp Extract is 2018 Farm Bill compliant, Federally registered, licenced and grown in Colorado; all natural, organic, gluten free, koshel, halal, made in the USA, and contains no pestisides or GMO’s. 


PhytoComplex Rich Hemp Extract Products

Oils (Tinctures)

Soft Gels

Topical Balm

OPTIMIZe Performance Drink Mix 


PET –  Oil Tincture (250mg)

BARK BITES – Dog Chews (2mg) per treat.

Full or Broad Spectrum vs. Isolate.


 As we become more informed of the benefits, they are faced with a choice between using products made from Isolate or Full/Broad-Spectrum cannabidiol.

So, what exactly is the difference between them?

Full-Spectrum or “whole-plant”, means that the CBD contains all other cannabinoids found in the cannabis plant including CBN (Cannabinol), CBG (Cannabigerol), and THCV (Tetrahydrocannabivarin), to name a few. And yes, along with these cannabinoids, most Full Spectrums also contains trace amounts of THC, but in very low concentrations (usually under 0.3%).  The difference with a Broad Spectrum is that the THC has been completely removed,  containing no measurable amounts.  Isolate, on the other hand, is simply CBD that has been extracted from the cannabis plant and isolated from the other cannabinoids, thus losing the efficatious properties of the opther cannabinoids and compounds.

While there is no debate that cannabidiol offers the greatest amount of benefits compared to any single cannabinoid, the other cannabioids impact a number of our areas of the body and brain.


e’fekt has 0.0% THC. Without THC there is no psychotropic effect.

Hemp – NOT to be confused with its close cousin, a psychotropic plant called marijuana – has been used for thousands of years in human history for a variety of purposes, medicine, foods, oils, art canvases, clothes, paper, and much much more. Hemp farming has had a long history in the United States. In fact, seven different presidents were known to have farmed hemp: George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, and Andrew Jackson, to name a few. Hemp has been used extensively as recently as World War II when it was cultivated in Kentucky and midwestern states to make uniforms, canvas, and rope. 


First described in 1998 by Israeli scientists Shimon Ben-Shabat and Raphael Mechoulam, the basic idea of the entourage effect is that cannabinoids within the cannabis plant work together, or possess synergy, and affect the body in a mechanism similar to the body’s own endocannabinoid system. The collective whole of extracting the full spectrum of cannabinoids, and maintaining their presence delivers 3-5x higher value and efficacy.

The “Entourage Effect” theory has been expanded in recent times and defines four basic mechanisms of whole-plant extract synergy as follows:

1.    Ability to affect multiple targets within the body

2.    Ability to improve the absorption of active ingredients

3.    Ability to overcome bacterial defense mechanisms

4.    Ability to minimize adverse side effects.


An allegiance with the wellness category has helped cannabis in its route to becoming as everyday as a glass of wine. In fact, many proponents of cannabis use for wellness believe the effects of the drug to be much less harmful than those of alcohol.

Nonetheless, due to its restricted legal status, the effects of recreational marijuana use remain woefully under-researched. Many individual users and proponents of cannabis use claim that the drug is not only less harmful than alcohol, but that it may also have positive health effects beyond those already approved for medicinal purposes.

To understand the role of cannabis products in the booming wellness economy, it is crucial to understand the difference between tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD), two of the major cannabinoids present in cannabis. While THC is the psychoactive compound responsible for the majority of the effects that make up a traditional “high”, CBD can be derived from industrial hemp, making it technically legal in all 50 US states.


At e’fekt™, we believe honesty goes a long way and with that said, we will always be completely transparent with our customers, making sure that information and knowledge is available to our customers at all times. The buttons below will be updated regularly to provide more in-depth knowledge, and everything we know and love about Hemp and cannabinoids.

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These statements have not been evaluated by the food and drug administration (FDA). These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease or ailment.”