Cannabidiol (CBD) is a revered, naturally-occurring cannabinoid discovered in 1940.
CBD is commonly extracted from genus Cannabis, as certain varietals produce it in relatively large quantities. However, like Vitamin C, CBD can come from a number of natural sources. Eclipse CBD infused sparkling Water contains GMP-certified CBD isolate derived from hemp.
People take CBD for many different reasons, and popularity is spreading. For example, CBD is so popular among athletes that in 2017, after careful review, the World Anti-Doping Committee removed CBD from its list of banned substances. However, USFDA rules currently prohibit companies like ours from making health claims about CBD. If you are seeking more information about CBD, we encourage you to steer away from anecdotal evidence and focus on peer-reviewed research.
CBD is not psychoactive.
In order to make sure that our products contain absolutely no THC, we use CBD isolate. While this should not be construed as medical or legal advice, you can rest easy knowing that consumption of our products will never be the source of a positive THC test.
The CBD in Eclipse CBD Infused Sparkling Water is flavorless and odorless.
The H2O in Eclipse CBD Infused Sparkling Water is sourced from an aquifer deep beneath the Yakima Valley in the State of Washington. Our water is purified but not distilled, so you can be sure that it is fully refreshing. Our source has been carefully selected, and is regularly monitored and sustainably managed.
Eclipse CBD Infused Sparkling Water does not need to be refrigerated. That being said, if you’re like us, we find it more refreshing that way!
Not only does our water have a two-year shelf life, but we include a “Best By” date on the package to ensure that you taste only the freshest product available.
Yes, we are committed to using recyclable packaging. Please recycle.
The FDA sets stringent standards for water products. You can see the FDA requirements here. From source to product, we make sure that only precision filtration and sanitation methods are used in all of our bottling lines, and that all testing standards must meet or exceed those set by the FDA and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Technicians test beginning at the source, when it arrives at the plant, during the canning process, and before it is shipped to market. Consumers are further protected by the use of tamper-evident packaging. For more detailed information, please refer to our quality report.