With our broad-spectrum CBD oil, you get more than just CBD as you also benefit from other naturally occurring components of the hemp plant such as CBG, other phytocannabinoids, flavonoids and terpenes which support the entourage effect. The natural ingredients used in our formulations may be able to boost your lifestyle and support wellness and balance.


All of our products are third-party tested to ensure the highest quality with no THC detected. Each product has a QR Code to download the certificate of analysis.

Available in 4 concentrations

The Very mild Concentration The mild Concentration The Strong Concentration The Very Strong Concentration
What's inside harmony cbd oil

Carefully Sourced Ingredients

We combine hemp with other powerful natural ingredients that help your body and mind.

CBD Leafs CBD and CBG

CBD or CBG are one the main compounds of the hemp plant. It is a naturally occurring substance with no psychoactive effect and it is directly extracted from the hemp plant.

CBD and CBG have gained a lot of attention in recent years as more studies show a variety of potential applications for it.

Olive Oil Organic Olive Oil

Olive oil is the natural oil extracted from olives, traditionally from the Mediterranean region. The rich golden color of our CBD oil comes from our high quality organic olive oil. Olive oil is rich in monounsaturated fatty acids omega-3 and omega-6.

MCT oil MCT Coconut Oil

Medium-chain triglyceride (MCT) oil contains medium-chain fatty acids called triglycerides. MCT oil is most commonly extracted from coconut oil, as more than 50% of the fat in coconut oil comes from MCTs. These medium-chain fatty acids behave differently in the body as they are more easily digested and absorbed than long-chain fatty acids and they are transported to the liver to be used as an immediate source of energy.

Terpenes Terpenes

Terpenes are natural compounds found in plants and are generally responsible for their characteristic aromas. They are not only present in thousands of fruits, vegetables, and spices but in the cannabis plant as well. Research shows terpenes actually interact with cannabinoids in the commonly known ‘entourage effect’.