In 2014, craft spirit pioneer & Bendisillery founder Jim Bendis had a crazy lucid dream seeing a future of store shelves filled with cannabis-related beverages.  Seeing this as a next generation concept, Jim asked sons Max and Duke if they would like to follow a dream.  Max was ready to change careers and jumped at the opportunity! The culmination of this dream gave birth to Ablis, the first CBD and cannabis beverage provider in the country, and perhaps the world.

Fast forward to 2019; Ablis, now Ablis Holding Co. was lucky enough to form a strategic partnership with Acquired Sales Corp. (OTC Pink: AQSP). Although just a minority stakeholder, Acquired Sales brings capital and a wealth of business experience that will even further accelerate the rapid growth and continue Ablis to lead the CBD revolution.

Ablis provides not only all-natural CBD beverages but topicals and tinctures as well. Ablis products are hand-crafted in Bend, Oregon using all-natural, GMO-free ingredients and are infused with 99+% pure, organic, THC-free, GMP-certified CBD isolate extracted from hemp.

More about this partnership can be found at www.acquiredsalescorp.com.

Ablis Holding Co. makes no claims to the health benefits of CBD. We speak to experience and encourage all our customers to do research of their own.

Hemp VS Marijuana

The two most well-known cannabinoids known in cannabis are THC (delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol) and CBD (cannabidiol). THC is responsible for a psychoactive component, while CBD has no psychoactive qualities. Hemp, grown for its fiber and seed, has very low levels of THC and high levels of CBD. Its flowers will not get anyone “high.”

We use CBD isolate to promote wellness of the body, CBD isolate is the purest form of CBD.  Don’t be confused with the lower grade full spectrum that can contain THC.

CBD is becoming better known for its amazing benefits.  FDA prevents us from telling you!  We encourage you to do research on your own..

The 2018 Farm Bill removes hemp from the Controlled Substances Act and allows farmers to pursue federal hemp cultivation permits, while individual states can regulate the industry within their borders as they see fit.

Oregon’s Industrial hemp is regulated by OLCC and inspected by the ODA (Oregon Department of Agriculture). (Industrial hemp is a sustainable, low-maintenance, and economical crop. After harvest and processing, it maintains those qualities in the form of many products).