Hemp is low THC Cannabis Sativa.

Almost every Cannabis strain contains some amount of THC in it. Our Artaban strain is very low in THC, the latest crop being 0.11%. 

Both the Original and Pure Hemp Oils are made of the same high quality, biodynamic Cannabis Sativa/extra virgin olive oil infusion. 

The Original Blue Label includes the addition of 11 extra oils, herbs and minerals that are known to have anti-inflammatory properties. 

They are both made from our Bio-Dynamic/Organic Hemp being infused over a long period of time into cold-pressed, hand-picked, Extra Virgin, Organic Australian Olive Oil. The barrels sit within a copper pyramid surrounded by large crystals and high frequency stones, and they are stirred every few days. At the end of this process we have our Pure (purple label) Oil. 

To make our Original (blue label) Oil, we then add an amazing mix of potent organic natural herbs, minerals, homeopathics, mushroom extracts and organic raw honey to the ‘Pure’ Oil. These extra ingredients have been known to have powerful anit-infammatory and cancer fighting properties. 

They are similar but also quite different. The Hemp content is almost identical.

We grow Artaban low THC Cannabis Sativa/Hemp on our Australian biodynamic/organic family farm, in the Northern Rivers under our Hemp Licence issued by the DPI.

We use Australian handpicked organic extra virgin cold pressed olive.

We use biodynamic organic ingredients from our family farm and we source the finest quality sustainable organic ingredients locally and world wide.

CBD (cannabidiol) is a non-psychoactive compound found in the cannabis plant that has been shown to have potential therapeutic benefits. Some of the potential benefits of CBD include:
Pain relief: CBD has been shown to have analgesic properties and may help reduce chronic pain.
Anxiety and depression relief: CBD has been shown to have anti-anxiety and antidepressant effects, potentially helping to alleviate symptoms of anxiety and depression.
Neuroprotective properties: CBD may have neuroprotective properties and could potentially be used to treat conditions such as epilepsy and multiple sclerosis.
Anti-inflammatory effects: CBD has been shown to have anti-inflammatory effects, which may make it useful for treating conditions such as arthritis and inflammatory bowel disease.
Acne reduction: CBD may have anti-inflammatory effects that could help reduce acne.
Addiction treatment: CBD has been studied as a potential treatment for addiction, including addiction to opioids and tobacco.
Sleep aid: CBD has been shown to have sedative effects and may help improve sleep quality.
It’s important to note that while CBD has shown promise for these potential benefits, more research is needed to fully understand its effects and how it can be used in medical treatment. It’s also important to speak with your healthcare provider before using CBD, particularly if you have any underlying medical conditions or are taking medication.
Hemp oil and CBD oil are both derived from the hemp plant, but they are different products with different compositions and uses.
CBD (cannabidiol) is a non-psychoactive compound found in the cannabis plant that has gained popularity in recent years for its potential therapeutic benefits. While CBD is generally considered safe, it can still have side effects. Some of the potential side effects of CBD include:
Dry mouth: CBD can reduce saliva production, leading to a dry mouth sensation.
Changes in appetite: Some people report increased appetite after taking CBD, while others experience a decrease in appetite.
Drowsiness: CBD can cause drowsiness, particularly at higher doses. This may impair your ability to drive or operate machinery.
Low blood pressure: CBD has been shown to lower blood pressure in some people, which may be a concern for those who already have low blood pressure or are taking medication to lower blood pressure.
Diarrhea: High doses of CBD can cause diarrhea in some people.
Changes in liver function: CBD can affect liver enzymes that metabolize certain drugs. This may increase the risk of liver damage or interfere with the effectiveness of other medications.
Interaction with other medications: CBD can interact with certain medications, including blood thinners and antiepileptic drugs.
It’s important to speak with your healthcare provider before taking CBD, particularly if you have any underlying medical conditions or are taking medication. They can advise you on the potential risks and benefits of CBD for your specific situation.
Hemp Seed Oil is made by cold-pressing the seeds of the hemp plant. It is high in omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, vitamins, and minerals, and is commonly used in cooking and skincare products.
CBD Oil (often labelled as Hemp Oil) on the other hand, is made from the flowers, and sometimes the leaves and stalks of the hemp plant, and contains high levels of cannabidiol (CBD). CBD is a non-psychoactive compound that has been shown to have potential therapeutic benefits, including pain relief, anti-inflammatory effects, and anxiety reduction.
While both Hemp Seed Oil and CBD Oil come from the same plant, they have different compositions and uses. Hemp Seed Oil is primarily used for cooking and skincare, while CBD oil is used for its potential therapeutic effects. 

Store in a cool place away from sunlight for longer lasting quality.

Oils and Creams are best used within 6 months of opening but often last much longer if kept well. 

We express post every day so your parcel should arrive within a day or two. 

Yes our products are available to retail stores for resale. If you are interested in becoming an Artaban stockist please contact us

There is a list of retail stores, stockists and markets on this website where you can purchase Artaban products. 

If for any reason you are not happy with your Artaban product please contact us by email with your order number, reason and request to return the product.