About HERBAL OUTLANDER
Herbal Outlander was founded by Candy who was inspired while reading the Outlander Book series* and some of our most popular products are based on remedies used by the main character of the book series, Claire. Candy attributes her passion and early knowledge of natural plant remedies and uses to her grandmothers teachings and her continued use and study of plants throughout her life.
Herbal Outlander is dedicated to making salves, lotion, ointments, tinctures, isolates & distillates from fresh hemp flower and biomass. Herbal remedies from the local plants and trees of Alaska.
The cleanest air, purest water, and the richest soil all contribute to making our hemp products some of the best the best planet earth has to offer.
Our exact growing conditions and Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) ensure optimized repeatability between crops and strains.
Our organic hemp products are:
- 100% organically grown
- Non GMO
- Chemical Free
- No THC
- Not tested on animals
We only use organically grown hemp that comes from certified hemp farms. We have carefully chosen hemp farms from Five states presently.
Our extracted material meets Inspected and GMP Certified Facility standards through a state-of-the-art process that leaves nutrients intact. Every batch is third-party certified for safety and consistency. Herbal Outlanders hemp contains NO Chemicals or THC.
100% Satisfaction GUARANTEE – Our pure hemp extract oil is backed by our 100% customer satisfaction guarantee.
This means that if you are not satisfied with our product simply return the product minus the used amount with the reason you are not satisfied. (Any products that are returned will be retested before being destroyed) Choose any other product of equal or lesser value and that will be sent to you.
(*Outlander is a series of books written by Diana Gabaldon starting in 1991 with the latest book having been published in 2014. She is currently writing the next book in the series. A television adaptation of the Outlander novels premiered on stars in 2014. )