Endoca is one of the most culturally unique companies on our list. It is also one of the oldest. The company has its roots in Denmark, where hemp farming and plant medicine have been handed down through generations within the founder’s family. Now, Henry Vincetny is living his dream, sharing his life’s work with the world.
Endoca’s products reflect the company’s values. Its CBD oils, topicals and capsules are simple and made with natural ingredients. The hemp sourced for its CBD comes from organic farms in Denmark; and though we do not normally recommend products with internationally-sourced hemp, the region has some of the most stringent agricultural regulations in the world.
Our only complaint about this company is that the full spectrum products appear to be made with more of a CBD isolate formula. This is disappointing since the product description for the oil we sampled boasted containing all the benefits of the whole hemp plant, including CBN, CBC and CBG.
Regardless, the company scores 4.4 stars on Trustpilot, it has been recognized for its global work by the UN, and its CBD is potent and pure.
- Organic hemp used to make the CBD used in Endoca’s products
- Generous satisfaction guaranteed return policy
- High level of transparency
- A decade of experience on the market
- Founded by a doctor who is directly involved in creation of products
- Full spectrum formula may be closer to an isolate
- Lab results are difficult to interpret
Founder Henry Vincetny studied biotechnology and genetics before traveling the world learning about medicinal plants. Then he settled back into his home in Denmark, opening a clinic where he gave away CBD for free.
The results he saw led him to produce CBD on an industrial level so he could make it accessible to everyone. Officially founded in 2010, Endoca now has headquarters in both the Netherlands and California, and it provides CBD to satisfied customers all over the globe. The company is Good Manufacturing Practices certified and ISO certified for GMO and pesticide-free organic products.
Endoca also has the honor of being recognized by the United Nations for its work supporting global causes. That’s not something many (if any) other CBD companies can say.
Endoca grows its hemp organically in Denmark, an EU nation with some of the strictest agricultural regulations and most advanced organic farming practices in the world.
The company is so involved in every step of the process from seed to sale, that it even manufactures its own harvesting equipment that runs on fuel made from the food waste of local restaurants. Endoca’s plan is to create a fully sustainable community around its products, and the company is well on its way.
The CBD is made using a CO2 extraction process, and nothing goes to waste. Parts of the plant that cannot be used for CBD go to feed livestock and create biofuel.
The company claims to do third-party testing of all its products, but this is one thing that is difficult to confirm with Endoca. The website features lab results with batch numbers, but it is impossible to tell which product the results belong to, and they also do not list a third-party lab name. It appears that the results are coming from within the company’s own lab.
Shipping and Returns
Endoca has one of the most comprehensive shipping policies. For all orders within the US, including territories, shipping is free when you spend over $74. You can also order expedited shipping within the continental US, and published rates are $7 to $35. Orders made before 2PM PST will be shipped the same day.
If you are ordering from Europe, you’ll have to wait a bit longer, as Endoca’s European facility takes about 48 hours to process orders. Shipping is free if you spend more than €100, and you can pay extra for express delivery. All prices are listed on the website for your convenience.
We were impressed by the prompt delivery from this company. We placed our order on a weekday early in the week, and Endoca processed it and had it in the mail the next day. Within three days after that, the CBD oil we ordered was in our mailbox.
Endoca offers a 30-day money back satisfaction guarantee. Even if you have used the product, you can make a return for the cost minus shipping by contacting the customer care team. You will get a refund within 14 days.
Endoca’s CBD oils are not quite as flexible as with some other companies and the bottles are small (only 10mL compared to the standard 30mL).
Their oils come in two concentrations, and they are made with full spectrum CBD suspended in hemp oil. No flavors are available—the oils are just pure and simple CBD suspended in a carrier oil.
For both formulas, concentrations are listed on the bottle as a percentage of CBD, either 3% or 15%. The notation is somewhat confusing on the website, as the product description lists the amount of CBD in each dropperful and the entire bottle, but it is not specified which is which.
To clarify, the 3% concentration contains 300mg of CBD per 10mL bottle and 30mg of CBD per 1mL dropperful. The 15% concentration contains 1500mg per 10mL bottle and 150mg per 1mL dropperful.
Raw CBD Oil ($31.00 – $129.00) – Endoca’s raw CBD oil contains CO2 extracted CBD that has not been warmed, so it maintains all the elements of the whole plant.
The company claims that this means there is a higher level of CBDa, the raw version of CBD. The finished product is basically what you would get if you stuck a hemp plant into a juicer. A greater presence of unaltered molecules, and a much earthier flavor.
CBD Oil ($31.00 – $129.00) – This CBD oil is the same as the Raw CBD oil, except it has been gently warmed in order to alter the other molecules in the plant and transform the CBDa into CBD.
The company makes no statements about any difference in quality between formulas, instead simply noting that they are different. This CBD oil is milder in flavor than the raw CBD, which may be the main variation between the two products.
Endoca’s CBD capsules are literally their CBD oils in capsule form. This is awesome because you can get a stronger capsule, unlike with some companies that only offer capsules in lower doses.
These capsules are also vegan—another hard-to-find feature in CBD capsules—and they are gluten-free and tasteless. Perfect for anyone who is not a fan of the hemp flavor of the oils, and great for travel.
Raw CBD Capsules ($31.00 – 129.00) – Raw CBD capsules are essentially a juiced hemp plant in capsule form. They contain both CBD and CBDa, along with over 400 other unaltered molecules. Choose between 10mg or 50mg of CBD per capsule. You can find these in a bottle of 30 or 120 capsules, depending on your choice of concentration.
CBD Capsules ($31.00 – $129.00) – The same formula as the full spectrum CBD oil, these capsules come in 10mg or 50mg per capsule strengths. Each bottle contains 30.
All of Endoca’s topical products are made with natural, food-grade ingredients to ensure that you are getting a moisturizing, body-soothing experience that is free of synthetics. While the salve is a little on the pricey side, the CBD cream is a little more affordable.
Both are worth the price according to customers, and they are comparable in price to many premium skin products on the market. Just watch out – though the ingredients list indicates that these products are vegan, they all contain beeswax—which some do not consider vegan.
CBD Salve ($64.00) – This cruelty-free salve is thick and luxurious for the driest spots. Meant to seal in moisture and made with coconut oil, beeswax, vitamin E, this product is lightly-scented with lemon and vanilla. There are no artificial ingredients, and it is even good for diaper rash. Contains 750mg of CBD per jar.
CBD Cream ($36.00 – $82.00) – Made with all organic food-grade ingredients, Endoca claims this cream is so pure you can eat it. And with a base of shea and cocoa butter, lightly scented with vanilla, you may just want to.
You can use this cream every day, and its antioxidants and antiseborrheic properties will keep your skin looking as good as it feels. Like everything else Endoca makes, their CBD cream is cruelty-free. Choose between concentrations of 300mg or 1500mg per 100mL jar.
CBD Balm ($8.00) – Who said lip balm was just for lips? This balm is perfect for your lips and any other dry patches you may have. Throw it in your purse or pocket and take it with you wherever you go.
Endoca’s CBD balm is made with pure organic ingredients, including vitamin E and honey for extra moisturizing power. Comes in a concentration of 20mg for a 4.25g stick.
We always send samples off to a third party lab to ensure we are providing thorough, accurate information about the companies we review here on our website. For Endoca, we tested their 3% CBD oil. It came in a 10mL bottle, containing 300mg of CBD, or 1mg per drop.
As you can see, Endoca’s labeling was spot-on for its CBD concentration, but the oil did not have any of the additional cannabinoids we would expect from a full spectrum formula. There were no traces of CBC, CBN, CBG, or THC, so we would classify this as an isolate rather than full spectrum.
|What Was Tested||The Results|
|Product Tested||Endoca CBD Oil 30Mg/ML (Medium)|
|Price/mg of CBD||$0.13|
|Claimed CBD mg/package||300mg|
|Actual total CBD mg/package||345mg|
|Actual total THC mg/package||None detected|
|Actual total CBN mg/package||None detected|
|Actual total CBC mg/package||None detected|
|Actual total CBG mg/package||None detected|
Endoca’s website is uncluttered and fairly easy to use. It has a search feature and a quiz to help you find the products that are right for you. You can find lots of information scattered about the site and even the product descriptions are educational.
There are also some interesting videos that show visitors the company’s hemp farming and processing practices, which helps customers feel like they know where their products are coming from.
It took Endoca roughly two days to respond to our email inquiry. While this was a little bit of a wait, we were rewarded with a great response from Kari B., one of Endoca’s customer service representatives.
She provided us with a lot of helpful information about their products, particularly for newcomers who are just learning about CBD and aren’t sure where to begin.
Endoca’s products are some of the purest on the market. The company takes pride in using organic hemp, creating sustainable environments and earth-friendly manufacturing processes, and making its products with gentle, natural ingredients.
The company was founded and is still run by someone who is passionate about healing through plants, and his practices have been in his family for generations.
We suggest contacting customer service and asking about lab reports before expecting to get full spectrum products, as they appear to be closer to an isolate with their cannabinoid profile, but you can be sure they have no trace of pesticides, heavy metals, or solvents.
Though we do not normally recommend products that are sourced outside the United States, Endoca—originally founded in Denmark—is the exception. You can’t go wrong with a company that has been recognized by the UN and has a 4.4 star rating on TrustPilot.