The people want to know: what does taking House of Wise CBD feel like? We’re giving you a serious BTS look into our own Wise Women’s accounts that they had no intention of publishing (don’t worry, everyone consented). 

Alright, ladies. Pull up a comfy chair. Grab your popcorn (or Oreos) and let’s gooo. Here’s what it feels like to take House of Wise CBD products. 

By Maria West

CBD (cannabidiol) is kind of like the Bop-It! game — you can chew it, drink it, apply it, inhale it, or soak it. Choosing how to take CBD oil is all a matter of preference...

By Maria West

Despite what the magazine aisle says, it’s natural for women to experience low libido (aka our sexual desire). It ebbs and flows like our desire for dark chocolate but with more confusion. Unfortunately, there’s no...

By Maria West
For far too long, women were taught to shy away from being “sexy” unless it was for the pleasure of men. Think 1950s housewives: their value to society was more about their family-making and housekeeping than their brains and confidence. But many of us desire to run successful households and embrace our sexuality, so we’re caught hanging in libido limbo. Enter: sex positivity.
By Maria West


Our products are created from hemp plants grown on USDA Organic farms in Denver, CO. 
We never use pesticides or chemicals on our plants.


Full Spectrum hemp oil contains all the naturally occurring cannabinoids and terpenes in the hemp plant. Cannabinoids work with each other (called the "entourage effect").


We use advanced supercritical CO2 extraction to obtain a complete range of cannabinoids, terpenes, essential oils, and other beneficial phytonutrients. This yields a potent blend with no harsh chemicals.


Our hemp is organically grown, non-GMO, vegan and cruelty free.


Our products go through rigorous third party testing to ensure quality, consistency and potency.


We like to gloat that you won't get the bloat (the mom jokes are free). Enjoy our products guilt free and gluten free.

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