One Farm by WAAYB Review 2020

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Karhlyle Fletcher
Written by Karhlyle Fletcher, Freelance Cannabis Writer
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The Bottom Line

One Farm is a charming CBD company anchored in a family operated Colorado farm. However, with three years under their belt, One Farm needs to run closer to their ideals to embody the ethos they want to. Their stated goals include transparency and making sure customers can trust they are consuming safe products, but One Farm fails to provide results of crucial tests on their website. Such action is a blow to their trustworthiness, but their staff does stay active and attentive online.
As purported by One Farm, their family farm is USDA approved, free from pesticides, and their extract is made with supercritical CO2 methods. Their third party lab results for potency are well organized, but they fail to provide all of the relevant tests for contaminants, which casts doubt on their methods.
The range of products offered by One Farm is not astounding, but it is special. Their Turmeric Topical is a niche product, as are their various flavors of tinctures including cinnamon, lemon, mint, and unflavored varieties. Boiling down to topicals, tinctures, and capsules, One Farm has a focused inventory, but a wide selection within their ingestible and topical products. However, at $0.08 per mg of CBD at the lowest, and above $0.25 per mg of CBD at times, One Farms products are among the more expensive products on the market.
For what they are, a family farm, One Farm is a leading company. As a national contender or as a medical or truly transparent brand, One Farm leaves much to be desired. An updated and more aggressively maintained lab results page would do them good, but until then this, brand misses the mark they set out to hit.

Pros: Cons:
  • USDA organic family farm grown
  • Consistently strong aroma profiles
  • Easy to find batch information
  • Inconsistent Pricing
  • Lack of international shipping
  • Missing Relevant Tests

Specs

Consumption Method
Tinctures & Drops, Creams & Topicals, Capsules,
Hemp Source
Colorado
CBD Strength
100 mg - 2400 mg, Oils & Tinctures: 10-40 mg/ml; Creams & Topicals: 10-14.16 mg/ml; Sogtfel: 20-30 mg CBD per softgel
Offers Tastes
No
Price Per Mg CBD
$0.07 - $0.24
Military Veteran Discount
Yes
Extract Types
Full Spectrum
Money Back Guarantee
Yes
Price Range
$24.99 - $159.99
Samples
Yes
CBD Extract Method
CO2
Worldwide Shipping
united-states
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About the Company

Setting up its name in the CBD industry, One Farm is a brand that aims to improve the transparency and trustworthiness of the market. While providing strong labeling with an easy to find batch information section and a useful supplemental facts section, they fail to provide all the relevant lab tests. Their products seem clean and well manufactured, but transparency requires all reports to be readily available.

Transparency

One Farm is a somewhat opaquely presented brand, preferring to speak as a brand than be represented by a person. Although they lay out the ethos of the company, many of their practices do not mesh with their marketing. However, One Farm does try to be forthcoming with contact information, including an office number, email, and contact forum.

Honest about their full spectrum products, One Farm lays out adequate information on CBD and THC. They also explain the legal issues associated with THC and confirm that their practices ensure their products contain less than the legal limit. They also detail recommended dosages and consumption methods and provide third party lab results. From the location, growing methods, to their supercritical CO2 extraction methods, One Farm is transparent in their description of respectable manufacturing practices. They also readily offer information in their FAQ about drug tests, their 30 day refund policy, and how CBD survives in heat. They ship to most states within the United States, which is a somewhat limited range.

Accuracy

One Farm provides some accurate batch specific lab results. Through their website, numbers printed on products lead to third party results. The transdermal cream is accurate within a milligram, providing 300mg per bottle as advertised. Their Pet CBD contained 282mg CBD per 30ml, an acceptable 6.2% variance from the label of 300mg of CBD. Both products tested well below the limit of 0.3% THC concentration allowed in CBD products.

Stumbling somewhat, the test provided for their Day Cream revealed 334 mg of CBD per bottle or a 10.9% difference from the label. This is above the acceptable 10% variance. The lab results for the Day Cream were provided under the name of the product and not through a batch number. Additionally, the batch number on the bottom of their Organic Hemp Extract did not link to a list of available lab results.

We were left without any lab results confirming the absence of harmful pathogens, heavy metals, or additives, One Farm needs to improve its lab testing program. Each product should have batch specific lab results confirming the product is safe for consumption. While some results are easy to find and conform to what is printed on the label, additional results and reports are needed.

Reputation

One Farm by WAAYB is a rebranding of the original line of CBD products by WAAYB, released in 2017. For the last three years, WAAYB has been trying to provide safe, accurately dosed, and reputable products. Although they do provide USDA organic products and control their product from seed to sale, their failure to provide test results for hazardous materials prevents them from meeting their goal.

Manufacturing Process

Desiring to create a more ethical and transparent world, One Farm has crafted appropriate standards for themselves. Out in Colorado, they operate a family farm that is free from pesticides and other harmful chemicals. Additionally, their soil is free from toxins, so they should have no worries concerning heavy metals or other materials being introduced into their products. By running a USDA Certified Organic farm and producing certified products, One Farm moves toward presenting a high quality brand. All of this matters because hemp absorbs harmful materials from the soil it grows in. While this is good for the soil, such hemp is not desirable and can contain harmful materials rendering it unfit for human consumption.

As One Farm’s USDA organic label is featured prominently on the labeling, along with the supplemental facts, one would expect One Farm to do great with providing lab reports. However, this isn’t exactly the case. As discussed earlier, their transdermal cream and Pet CBD were tastefully labeled. A batch report on the bottom of the products easily leads to their lab reports online, where the transdermal cream was accurate down to a single digit, containing 300 mg as advertised, while the Pet CBD was within 6.2% variance from its label.

As for testing for metals and pathogens, One Farm chooses to spot check their products instead of testing every batch. They do this because they grow all of their own hemp and process it completely in house, thus nothing should change between different batches, and all of their products should be clean.

While this makes sense technically, third party lab reports are required for consumers to be able to truly trust producers. Otherwise there’s no way to truly verify each batch is safe to consume other than by putting faith in One Farm. Their products seem safe, and their manufacturing processes are solid, but labs can’t be skipped.

Range of Products

The family farm out of Colorado has proved fruitful, as One Farm offers a litany of different tinctures, topicals, and capsules. Ranging from low potency to 40 mg of CBD in a serving, their products meet almost all levels of demand, including for pets. Starting at 3.3mg per serving, their pet line of tinctures is an organic and reputable way to get started with medicating your pet. Either way, there’s a variety of products for those interested in tinctures, skincare, or softgels.

Tinctures

One Farm by WAAYB
CBD Amount Range
10 mg/ml - 40 mg/ml
Price Range
$24.99 - $159.99
Price Per Mg CBD
$0.07 - $0.25
THC Concentration
< 0.3%
CBD Per Serving
3.3 mg - 40 mg
Time to Impact
NA
Offers Tastes
No
Additional Information
Non-GMO, Organic, Pesticide Free, CO2
Extract Types
Full Spectrum
Overal Bottle Volume Range
30 ml - 60 ml

One Farm’s tinctures come in a variety of strengths, but through their manufacturing processes they have masterfully created a pleasant mixture. The mostly clear liquid has an herbal accent of greenish yellow, and it smells delightful. Due to price scaling, the higher dosages are a smarter buy, but all of their tinctures are well made.

Product Name Size (ml) Potency Price Price CBD per mg
Water Soluble CBD 30ml 20mg/ml $69.99 $0.12 per mg
Organic CBD Oil 30ml 10mg/ml $46.99 $0.16 per mg
Organic CBD Oil 30ml 20mg/ml $69.99 $0.12 per mg
Organic CBD Oil 30ml 30mg/ml $87.99 $0.10 per mg
Organic CBD Oil 60ml 30mg/ml $139.99 $0.08 per mg
Organic CBD Oil 30ml 40mg/ml $99.99 $0.08 per mg
Organic CBD Oil 60ml 40mg/ml $159.99 $0.07 per mg


<h3id=”softgels”>Softgels

Priced at $0.08 per mg of CBD, One Farm’s softgels are a solid choice. They’re competitive on the market, although they lack variety. Instead of different recipes, One Farm focused on potency, which results in consistent and effective softgels. These pills are powered by One Farm’s USDA Organic CBD Extract.

Product Name Size Potency Price Price CBD per mg
CBD Softgels 30 caps 20mg/cap $53.99 $0.09 per mg
CBD Softgels 60 caps 20mg/cap $96.99 $0.08 per mg
CBD Softgels 30 caps 30mg/cap $87.99 $0.10 per mg
CBD Softgels 60 caps 30mg/cap $139.99 $0.08 per mg

Topicals

From Day Creams to Eye Serums and Lip Balms, One Farm comes out with many different topical and skincare options. Although some can get quite pricey at $0.26 per mg of CBD, the variety of products allows for all levels of consumer to enjoy these products.

Product Name Size Potency Price Price CBD per mg
CoQ10 Day Cream 30ml 300mg $59.99 $0.20 per mg
Jojoba Eye Serum 30ml 300mg $79.99 $0.26 per mg
Marula Oil Night Cream 90ml 300mg $69.99 $0.23 per mg
Rosehip Beauty Serum 90ml 300mg $69.99 $0.23 per mg
Turmeric Relief Cream 90ml 425mg $69.99 $0.16 per mg
Organic CBD Herbal Lip Balm 5ml 50mg $9.99 $0.20 per mg
Transdermal CBD Cream 30ml 5mg/serving $52.99 $0.12 per mg
Transdermal CBD Cream 30ml 10/serving $84.99 $0.09 per mg
Transdermal CBD Cream 30ml 15/serving $115.99 $0.09 per mg

Pets

One Farm made sure not to forget everyone’s favorite critters, and offers tinctures and creams for pets. With strengths suited for small pets to large breeds, there’s an amount appropriate for most sorts of household pets. All of their pet products are made with the same care, meaning that they are also USDA organic.

Product Name Size Potency Price Price CBD per mg
Water Soluble CBD for Pets 30ml 20mg/ml $69.99 $0.12 per mg
Organic CBD Oil for Pets 30ml 3.3mg/ml $24.99 $0.25 per mg
Organic CBD Oil for Pets 30ml 10mg/ml $46.99 $0.16 per mg
Organic CBD Oil for Pets 30ml 20mg/ml $69.99 $0.12 per mg
Organic CBD Oil for Pets 30ml 30mg/ml $87.99 $0.10 per mg
Transdermal CBD Cream for Pets 30ml 5mg/serving $52.99 $0.18 per mg
Transdermal CBD Cream for Pets 30ml 10mg/serving $84.99 $0.14 per mg

Bundles

Any product from One Farm can be set up as a repeating monthly purchase with a 10% discount. Additionally, they have deals for parents now teaching at home, 25% off all of their skincare products in a bundle, and a free skincare product with a purchase of $150 or more.

Buying Experience

With a clean website that’s easy to navigate, the purchasing experience from One Farm is straightforward. Additionally, their standard first class USPS packing is highly discrete and products arrive quickly. It took a few days to arrive after being shipped out of Colorado. With a month to return every product and a friendly staff, the purchasing experience is fit for a company of this caliber. Unboxing the products is as simple as ripping open the packaging and opening the products.

After contacting the brand for questions regarding testing via email, I received a reply within a day. They directly addressed my inquiry, gave me the relevant tests, and explained their practices clearly. Although it wasn’t the warmest email, the customer service was on point, comprehensive, and useful.

Products Reviewed

One Farm Organic Hemp Extract Tincture

The 300mg Organic Hemp Extract by One Farm features a lightly floral cannabis scent. A slightly watery taste overpowers the cannabis flavor, although it does smell more potent when agitated. It is made of organic MCT coconut oil and full spectrum hemp extract. The texture is smooth and cool, a little thicker than a drink. Adults are recommended by One Farm to take one full dropper a day. The dropper is labeled with measurements. At $46.99 the extract is $0.16 per mg, slightly above market standards. Additionally, tests had to be requested. The CBD content of the hemp extract had a 6.2% difference from the label. There were no metal, pathogen, or other tests available. However, at 0.04% THC, the extract was well within the legal limit.

CoQ10 Day Cream

The texture of One Farm’s Day Cream is a winner. It easily rubs into the skin, not leaving a watery or oily texture. The smell is pleasant, floral and citrine. It’s charming in itself with a great feel and smell, but the $0.20 per mg of CBD price isn’t a good value for this product. Additionally, tests for the Day Cream also had to be requested. With solid packaging and CBD extracted using supercritical CO2,One Farm’s Day Cream is interesting. It includes 300mg of full spectrum hemp extract, CoQ10, saffron stem cells, and ginger root oil. Consumers are recommended to use two pumps of it a day by the Company. The Day Cream contained 321mg CBD, a 6.8% difference in CBD content from the label of 300mg and 0.04% THC. No tests for heavy metals or pathogens were available.

Hemp Extract Transdermal Cream

The 600mg Transdermal Cream has 585mg of CBD, or a 2.6% difference from the label. According to the label though, the product is $0.09 per mg of CBD. The Transdermal Cream is thick, hard to rub into the skin, and it has a clinical smell. Small amounts are needed, although the label says to use it as recommended by your doctor. Made from a liposomal base and a full spectrum hemp extract from One Farms’s family farm, this product tests well below the legal limit for THC. Tests for pathogens and pesticides are not performed because of One Farm’s in house production.

300mg Pet Organic Hemp Extract Tincture

Nearly identical to One Farm’s Organic Hemp Extract, their pet line is also a yellow liquid made from organic MCT coconut oil and full spectrum hemp extract. It shares the same light smell, and is also $0.16 per mg of CBD when priced at $46.99. Tests revealed the pet extract had 282mg CBD, a 6.2% variance from the 300mg stated on the label. The THC concentration is well below the legal limit. Tests for metals and other contaminants are not performed because of One Farm’s in house production.

 

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About The Authors
Karhlyle Fletcher
Karhlyle Fletcher
Freelance Cannabis Writer
Karhlyle Fletcher is an active and motivated freelance cannabis journalist based out of Detroit, Michigan. Since February of 2019 he has continually practiced within the writing industry, and specialized in cannabis content. With a background in fiction writing and media production, his keen eye for style and substance allow his content a casual grace. Aiming to bridge the generation gap between scientists and consumers, Karhlyle Fletcher is always developing the cannabis conversation.
Leonard Haberman
Leonard Haberman
Physician & Chemist
Dr. Leonard Haberman is a physician and chemist who has been involved in solving chemical and medical problems for 43 years. He graduated from New York University as a dual major in chemistry and biology and went on to obtain a PhD in chemistry from the University of Minnesota where his focus was synthetic methods. He returned to the university in 2005, graduating with an MD degree in 2009. He has published in the open literature. He holds two patents and currently works as a consultant, assisting clients with projects within the disciplines of medicine and chemistry that have potential business applications.

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