Since the beginning, Lazarus Naturals has dedicated themselves to making effective, high quality CBD that is affordable.
Lazarus Naturals was founded on the belief that CBD has a positive impact on our quality of life, and should be available to everyone regardless of their circumstances. They have strived to maintain an affordable price point and commitment to accessibility with our Assistance Program—which provides a 60% discount to veterans, individuals on long term disability, active military personnel, and low-income households.
NOTHING TO HIDE
There’s no secret to their approach. From the organic hemp they farm, to their ever-growing family of products, they focus on consistency and sustainability. They’re always working on improving processes and products to make the most effective and healthy products at a reasonable price.
MADE TO WORK. MADE FOR ALL.
SEQUOIA PRICE-LAZARUS, CEO & FOUNDER
In 2014, Sequoia Price-Lazarus and a small but dedicated team—including Evan Skandalis (VP of Farm Operations), Dylan Summers (VP of Government Affairs) and Ian Tudor (Crystallization Specialist)—set out to try making affordable healthcare and natural medicine more accessible to all by crafting CBD products that were effective and affordable, so everyone could experience its benefits. To ensure quality, potency and consistency, they imagined a “farm-to-front-door” model of transparency—where the company handled each step of the process. They started out selling handcrafted products at local farmers markets, and have now become an established leader in the industry.
GIVING BACK ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
The Lazarus Naturals Assistance Program is at the heart of who they are as a company. They are here for all who rely on the benefits of CBD daily—striving to ensure it isn’t cost prohibitive. They firmly believe that everyone should have access to this natural medicine regardless of financial circumstances. To accomplish this, they extend up to 60% off products for veterans, individuals on long term disability, and those living below the poverty line.