Cannabis for the Non-Stoner: 11 of the Best CBD Products to Try Right Now
I used to pop Aleve as if they were Tic Tacs. Three at a time, four at a time—whatever would get the job done. And if that meant taking 15 gel caps a day so be it. Liver be damned.
You see, I experienced my first “episode” at 31. I was standing over the sink one fall morning and sneezed. Hard. Before I knew it, my lower back gave way. Then a tremendous pain engulfed my body. And get this: The episodes recurred whenever they felt like it—peskier than a hungry mosquito. Twice a year if I was lucky, more if I wasn’t. (Once, in Paris, I actually had to purchase a cane. The only consolation to that otherwise crippling experience was that it felt comically chic: I was hobbling in The City of Light, clad in Hermès scarves.)
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But during a trip to Las Vegas in 2017, I discovered CBD—the non-psychoactive cannabinoid found in Cannabis Sativa and hemp. I’d heard about it but I was skeptical. Could pain that had once rendered me dependent on a cane be helped by a single gumdrop? It sounded like one for the birds. I was never a big pot smoker growing up, nor have I ever been one to follow health fads. (I drink matcha because I like it—not because I think it will add years to my life.) But when I started reading more about CBD’s benefits it all made sense to me. The enthusiastic pro-CBD proclamations from friends didn’t hurt either. Plus, the prospect of natural pain relief was enormously appealing.
“CBD is extremely anti-inflammatory and neuroprotective. A normal person may use it to prevent conditions such as arthritis or even topically to prevent acne breakouts,” Dr. Shivani Amin, a physician and cannabis expert who is a member of the AMMPA (American Medical Marijuana Physicians Association), says. “I think CBD shows great promise for the future. It all boils down to educating the public about the correct usage and understanding the plant better.”
Plus Products make a variety of CBD, THC, and CBD:THC candies—all of which are packaged in nifty . [+] little tins that’ll fit anywhere.
But be wary of the products you buy and do your research. Some cannabis products work while many don’t, mainly due to lack of regulatory testing from the powers that be and quality control within companies, which is apparently common in the cannabis industry. Your best bet to avoid buying bogus products is to purchase your goods in states where cannabis is legal—because certain systems, standards, and protocols have already been put in place (such as seed-to-sale tracking).
So I went on a months-long mission to try various CBD edibles, tinctures, balms, and vapes. What I soon discovered was that cannabidiol is no lightning bolt cure. Think of it as taking maintenance meds: You have to consume it regularly—in a dose and delivery method that works for you—to notice the progressive increase of benefits. It also doesn’t leave you completely devoid of the misery of pain. Instead, CBD helps make pain infinitely more tolerable—downgrading it from ER-worthy agony to manageable discomfort.
And dosing is crucial.
“The most common symptoms I treat with CBD are inflammatory conditions and it is also often used for pain,” Dr. Amin says. “Dosing is patient dependent. I always start low and go slowly. I have found that 15mg of CBD is a good starting dose for most patients. You have to be careful after that and titrate each patient individually due to the chance of potentially increasing anxiety and depressive symptoms. I have found the most convenient way for most of my patients to consume CBD is through tincture form. But capsules and edibles are also great ways to consume CBD on a daily basis.”
San Francisco-based Pot d’Huile is beloved by pro-cannabis chefs and home cooks because of its . [+] uncompromising flavor. The company even hosts pop-up dinner collaborations with chefs.
Another thing I learned: CBD becomes more effective when taken in conjunction with a low dose of THC (tetradhydrocannabinol, the psychoactive component of cannabis). For those who worry about getting high, fear not. I was initially concerned about the possibility of diminished faculties. After all, many single-serving THC edibles start at 10mg—but it’s good to note that most people won’t need even half as much. So you can do as I do and cut THC chocolate squares or gummies as you see fit—and then “pair” them with a CBD edible or tincture. I’ve also started to microdose edibles that contain both CBD and THC. (I quarter or halve a Dixie Synergy Milk Chocolate 1:1 depending on how I feel.)
“Skepticism comes from lack of understanding. I have treated many patients with chronic conditions with full spectrum CBD and attained great results,” Dr. Amin says. “I also believe the public needs to understand that CBD works in conjunction with THC. Usually this requires at least 3–5% THC to work for serious forms of pain and more chronic medical conditions. I have patients come in with chronic and severe pain expecting to have their pain alleviated with just CBD. Although CBD works well for pain, in many situations patients with severe pain need to have some THC. [The cannabinoids ] work synergistically to help ease severe pain.”
Recess, a flavored sparkling water drink with hemp extract and adaptogens, has been popular among . [+] millennials. But the verdict is out on whether it’s effective or not.
These days I’m a believer. It’s difficult to ignore the fact that Epidiolex—the CBD-based epilepsy medication—was approved by the F.D.A last year. Or that athletes are abandoning NSAIDs (nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, such as ibuprofen or naproxen) for greener alternatives. Then there are Alfie Dingley and Billie Caldwell in the UK: Their cases involving rare forms of epilepsy have prompted UK home secretary Sajid Javid to say that specialists will soon be able to prescribe cannabis-based medication. Beyond that, nearly 7% of Americans are already using CBD—and given the population, that’s a staggering number.
Me? I haven’t taken an Aleve in more than a year. And no episodes either. Not after a particularly grim run or even a grueling Krav Maga session. Not even during a week-long fitness retreat. So here are a few of CBD favorites that have helped me deal with pain and soreness—plus a few THC–CBD combo products for those who are so inclined.
Kiva Confections’ Terra Bites come in two flavors: chocolate-covered coffee beans and . [+] chocolate-covered blueberries. It’s great when paired with a CBD-only edible.
I’m a sucker for packaging. And so I was immediately drawn to Lord Jones’ gumdrops, which are infused with broad spectrum CBD (not to be confused with full spectrum and isolate). It’s mighty convenient for frequent travelers like me who may want to take CBD while out and about: Just drop the (chichi) box in your purse—as opposed to worrying about leakage from a bottle of tincture. It also helps that they’re delicious—a little overly sweet but that’s hardly a crime. The downside? It’s pricey. Purchased online a nine-gumdrop box will set you back $45. In a shop like Clover Grocery in New York, it costs $50.
The New York Times may have called cannabis brand, Beboe, the Hermès of cannabis. But Lord Jones’ . [+] packaging is actually reminiscent of an Hermès box.
For home cooks like me, I recommend CBD extra virgin olive oil because of its versatility. You can drizzle it on everything from salads to pizza and even brambleberry ice cream. I even make a miso-honey glaze while using a little bit of the stuff. In particular, I’m a big fan of Pot d’Huile, which was founded by San Francisco-based Yannick Crespo. It’s stellar. For one thing, it tastes exactly the way good EVOO should—with none of that “green” marijuana aftertaste. It also doesn’t remind me of Bertolli—not that there’s anything wrong with it. But you know, delicious EVOO is nothing like Bertolli. Crespo attributes Pot d’Huile’s non-compromising flavor with the ethanol extraction process that the company uses, which is slightly more expensive—in addition to using locally-sourced oil from Northern California. The flavor is so good that Pot d’Huile regularly hosts pop-up dinners with chefs who are so into it. (And if you ever find yourself in a city where they’re hosting, it’d be a shame to skip out.) But beyond all that, Pot d’Huile makes dosing easy: It’s 1mg of CBD per 1ml of olive oil. So all you’ll really need to incorporate CBD EVOO into your meals are measuring spoons. And yes, they do have THC olive oils as well—at $50 for 100ml. In the future, the company also has plans on creating a THC–CBD oil. Easy peasy.
For chefs and home cooks, Pot d’Huile extra virgin olive oil is a pantry must-have.
If you’re the kind of person who eats, drinks, and cooks with honey, then this is the CBD product for you. Put it on ricotta toast with some figs. Make a salad dressing or sauce with it. Use it to sweeten your tea. Dump spoonfuls of it on your breakfast yogurt or oatmeal—then top the whole thing off with berries. Hell, you can even eat it right out of the jar. Anything goes, really. Just make sure you’re minding your dosage.
Got a sweet tooth? Into CBD? Then Potli’s CBD honey is what you’re looking for.
I’m ordinarily not a chocolate or sweets person. But when it comes to edibles, this delivery method works best for me when I’m traveling and away from my kitchen. Kiva’s products are what I carry whenever work (or pleasure) takes me on extended trips. The ginger dark chocolate and espresso dark chocolate are my favorites. They’ve got just enough THC and CBD to help ward off jet lag and fatigue. I also take them when I’m extra sore from running or Krav Maga. (It really does wonders for pain and inflammation.) But it’d be a disservice if I only mentioned Kiva’s chocolates. The company also offers Camino gummies, of which the sparkling pear and wild berry, are superb. The THC-only Terra Bites chocolate-covered blueberries are a gift from the gods—they work, they fit nicely in my purse, and they’re delicious. Also: a single dose (5mg) is low enough so that when paired with a CBD-only confection, such as Lord Jones’ gumdrops, there’s not really a high. You only get a pleasant mellowness that radiates throughout your body, which is almost akin to a mild boozy buzz—in a happy and good way. (In budtender lingo, it’s called a body high.)
Kiva Confections’ CBD:THC ginger dark chocolate is just the right amount of sweet. And no, you won’t . [+] taste the cannabis (which sometimes leaves a bitter green aftertaste) at all. The flavor is all chocolate.
I’m not big on CBD drinks. But I can appreciate that others are. And in the cannabis world, CBD and THC drinks abound: There’s CBD Living Water, Recess, Vybes, Lagunitas HiFi Hops, Somatik Cold Brew, Kikoko Tea, and more. But Aurora Elixirs is what I was drawn to. It’s marketed as a mixer for when you want to make cocktails. I, however, think it’s perfectly fine on its own. Pop it in the fridge to cool and drink it whenever you need it. No complicated recipe or garnish required.
Aurora Elixirs is one of many CBD drinks in the market. But this one is the most refreshing.
One major factor I considered when narrowing down this roundup is flavor. It comes in second to dosage—because nobody wants to consume anything that tastes remotely medicinal. Valhalla’s Tropical Twist is both tasty and dosed conveniently: Each gummy contains just enough THC and CBD to ease pain and promote recovery. And because it packs flat, it’s easy to stash and carry around. (I actually put a whole package in my laptop sleeve for accessibility when I’m on the go.)
If you’re not the kind of person who’s willing to “hack” CBD and THC edibles to pair with each . [+] other. Valhalla’s individual doses are ideal, ratio-wise.
If you really want something that’s ultra-low dose, Plus Products’ pineapple and coconut gummies . [+] deliver less than 2mg of THC—just enough to work in conjunction with its 5mg of CBD.
If you really want something that’s ultra-low dose, these goji berries are the way to go. At 1mg THC and 2mg CBD per piece, there’s no going wrong. And it’s even more delicious than Plus Products’ pineapple and coconut gummies. Beware though: They’re beyond tasty so it’s very easy to forget that they actually contain cannabis. The organic goji berries are sourced from Tibet via Imlak’esh Organics and the chocolate complements them perfectly. I could eat three handfuls. But, of course, I won’t.
Trying a THC-CBD edible for the very first time? These goji berries are the way to go.
Cheeba Chews has a major fan base partially because of its potency and consistent dosage. (Even Andy Cohen enjoys them.) And for good reason. Each miniscule 1:1 chew contains 50mg of THC and 50mg of CBD. So consume it with caution. Here’s how: Place the taffy in the freezer for three to five minutes and cut it into tenths. That will give you a reasonable dose of approximately 5mg of THC and CBD per piece. Under no circumstance should you eat the whole chew—depending on your tolerance level, you may experience palpitations, anxiety, or a general sense of being mentally unwell. As an acquaintance put it, “You take too much and you feel like you’re losing your mind.” (Personally, I only have two teeny pieces and that’s on a bad day.) No relatively healthy person wants or needs 50mg of THC.
Cheeba Chews has a major fan base partially because of its potency and consistent dosage. And for . [+] good reason. Each miniscule 1:1 chew contains 50mg of THC and 50mg of CBD. So consume it with caution.
Mighty Health’s Balance formula is exactly what you need if you don’t care for chocolate, tinctures, olive oil, gummies, or vapes. Balance comes in capsule form. And while it contains a good dose of CBD, it’s not just a CBD pill. It’s a neutraceutical, which is technically not recognized as a separate category by the F.D.A—instead, neutraceuticals are pretty much treated like dietary supplements. This one in particular contains ashwagandha, L-Theanine, theobromine, and curcumin. I know, it sounds very Goop-y. But the most important thing is its per-capsule CBD content, which is a good dose at 10mg.
While Mighty Health’s Balance contains a good dose of CBD, it’s no ordinary a CBD capsule. It also . [+] contains ashwagandha, L-Theanine, theobromine, and curcumin.
Let’s say you’re in no mood for edibles, vapes, or capsules. Or none of the aforementioned delivery methods suit your lifestyle. Simply buy a full-spectrum CBD tincture such as the one Ojai Energetics offers. It’s unlike most tinctures, which are clear and oil based. This one is a deep moss green—extracted from whole plant—and water soluble. So you can put a dropper full into your coffee, chai, smoothie, or anything else really. And you can be sure you’ll be consuming all of it. (There won’t be any residue sticking to the sides of your glass—the way it is with many other oil-based drops.) Another plus is that it’s surprisingly sweet for something that looks like a bitter green juice made of 100% kale. I typically use two full droppers in my (home-brewed) chai and it’s helped tremendously with post-workout soreness.
Unlike most tinctures, which are clear and oil based. Ojai Energetics is a deep moss green—extracted . [+] from whole plant—and water soluble.
CBD (a.k.a cannabidiol), the non-psychoactive cannabinoid derived from Cannabis Sativa and hemp, is having a moment. It’s not FDA-approved but many CDB users claim that the compound has helped them tremendously—from treating pain, anxiety, inflammation, and beyond. Here are 11 products to check out.
20 Best CBD Oils To Try This Year
CBD Oil Bottles
With the passing of the 2018 Farm Bill, CBD sales spread like wildfire in 2019. However, because of the huge numbers of brands entering the market, many consumers became overwhelmed by the abundance of choices.
To help you out, I’ve looked at hundreds of CBD brands, taking a variety of factors into account, and have selected the cream of the crop. Here are the 20 best CBD oils on the market today. All are brands you should investing in.
Verma Farms CBD Bottle
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Verma Farms Verma Farms takes first place on the list” . This brand offers world-class design, and the oil is one of the most well rounded and best tasting on the market.
Verma is a Maui-based CBD company that ties Hawaiian inspiration into all of its products. The brand comes across as fun and lighthearted, but at the same time it lets consumers know exactly what they are getting in each product. The company offers a variety of options, with their most popular product being the all-day solution oil pack.
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Verma Farms has crafted oils for a variety of needs. Their Focus oil is geared toward those who desire an alert but relaxed mindset, their Boost oil is formulated to provide energy and their Chill oil is aimed at those who need a good night’s rest.
The company not only bases its designs on Hawaiian themes; it incorporates the Hawaiian ethic of purity and healthy living into its products as well. All its offerings are THC free and pesticide free, and come from American-grown hemp.
Kanibi takes second place on our list. This brand offers products that taste amazing and that are double lab-tested for strict quality control. All lab data is clearly displayed on their website in a format even beginners can understand and digest.
Kanibi is a Utah-based CBD company committed to raising the bar on CBD quality and product innovation. The brand design is cutting edge, their customer service is quick and helpful, and they offer a wide array of products. Kanibi offers softgels, gummies, a surprisingly effective sports cream, with their most popular product being the 1500mg full-spectrum tincture.
3. NuLeaf Naturals
Nuleaf Naturals CBD Bottle
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NuLeaf Naturals is a Colorado-based brand that specializes in whole-plant extracts. Rather than using synthetic CBD or CBD isolate, NuLeaf Naturals utilizes whole plants that are grown using organic and sustainable farming practices. As a result, their full-spectrum oils are of the highest quality.
Though they only offer one flavor, their bottles vary in size from 240 mg to 4,850 mg (with bulk pricing available). Additionally, they have a full-spectrum oil available for pets. Overall, this is one of the most straightforward brands out there. If you’re looking for a powerful addition to your coffee, food or post-workout shake, NuLeaf Naturals is an excellent choice.
PureKana CBD Bottle
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PureKana is as close as it gets to a household name in this industry. What’s made PureKana so successful is the variety of their offerings, which appeal to clients of all ages. By keeping all production in the U.S. and ensuring all their hemp comes from organic sources, they’ve been able to grow into a CBD powerhouse.
PureKana offers five flavors of oil, Vanilla, Mint, Natural, Citrus, and Fruity Pebbz, which range from 300 mg to 5,000 mg, depending on the flavor. Our favorite is the Fruity Pebbz, though their Citrus flavor is a close second. With a lineup that’s tried and true, PureKana is a top-tier brand, and one that should be on your shortlist.
One of the biggest names in CBD, Koi is a company that is near the top of almost every list. Based in California and a member of the U.S. Hemp Roundtable, Koi has invested in the industry since well before the Farm Bill. With a practice that’s market-tested, their products provide some of the highest-quality CBD out there, and this is especially true for their oils.
Koi oils come in six flavors: Lemon-Lime, Orange, Natural, Strawberry, Spearmint and Peppermint. These are available in 250 mg, 500 mg and 1,000 mg bottles. If all of the above sounds good to you, you’re in luck: Koi also offers a variety pack of CBD that can serve as a great introduction to CBD.
CBDfx CBD Bottle
CBDfx is a brand that combines equal amounts of fun and seriousness. Offering a wide range of high-quality products that include broad-spectrum, full-spectrum and CBD isolate, CBDfx has all the bases covered. CBDfx is made from U.S.-grown hemp, and prides itself on its MCT base, which it claims is the most digestive oil out there. As a 100 percent vegan and organic oil, CBDfx stands out from the crowd.
CBDfx offers plain CBD oil as well as a variety of flavors. Their plain MCT oil packs a punch, and is available in 500 mg, 1,000 mg and 1,500 mg sizes. For flavored versions, CBDfx offers Blueberry Pineapple Lemon, Lychee Lemon Kiwi and Lemon Lime Mint, which all deliver a nice splash of flavor. Additionally, CBDfx offers bundle packages that include their three plain oils in different dosages, as well
7. Charlotte’s Web
Charlotte’s Web CBD Bottle
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Charlotte’s Web got its name from Charlotte Figi, the six-year-old girl whose epileptic seizures were cured by CBD. With a mission to better the planet, Charlotte’s Web has a firsthand understanding of CBD’s benefits.
Charlotte’s Web curates their oils based more on intent than flavor. For example, their AM/PM bundle enables you to use separate dosages at different times of the day, such as going light in the morning but heavy at night. They provide a helpful guide that tells you the difference between, say, a 7 mg dose and a
8. Premium Jane
Premium Jane CBD Bottle
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With a name like Premium Jane, the product has to be on point. and so far, the company’s products have been able to keep up with their name. Currently, the brand offers a wide selection of premium oils that come in four flavors: Mint Chocolate, Natural, Mint and Citrus, in dosages between 300 mg and 1,000 mg. With pricing that starts at $48 per bottle, they remain competitive for a premium product. My favorite flavor is the Mint, which is a refreshing addition to any meal or drink.
Hemplucid CBD Bottle
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Hemplucid is aimed at the serious user of CBD. They offer water-soluble, MCT and hemp-seed oil in whole-plant tinctures, as well as zero-THC products in their Kalki line, which is available in MCT oil and water-soluble versions. As one of the premier brands in the business, Hemplucid comes complete with an array of quality products for you to try out.
cbdMD CBD Bottle
For a brand that prides itself on its creativity, cbdMD definitely has the formula down pat. They offer oils in 300-7,500 mg dosages. Natural, Berry, Orange and Mint flavors are available for all dosages except the 5,000 mg, which comes in only Natural and Berry. Utilizing a base of MCT oil, this tincture is created from simple ingredients, but packs a serious punch. Although their pricing can get expensive, at up to $339.99 per bottle, cbdMD also offers some of the most powerful dosages on the market. Give them a shot if you’re looking for something extra potent and are doing a deep dive into the effects of CBD.
11. Lazarus Naturals
Lazarus Naturals CBD Bottle
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With a mission to grow “consciously crafted CBD,” Lazarus Naturals aims to deliver products that are both affordable and of high quality. Their full-spectrum, high-potency oils come in Chocolate Mint, French Vanilla Mocha and Flavorless varieties. Their THC-free oils come in Blood Orange, Tropical Breeze, Wintermint and Flavorless varieties. Blood Orange stood out to me, providing a subtle bitterness that complemented the natural taste of the CBD. Check out Lazarus Naturals if you’re looking for high-quality oils and an array of delicately crafted flavors.
12. Joy Organics
Joy Organics CBD Bottle
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As a brand that prides itself on being family-friendly, Joy Organics offers full transparency about their ingredients and processes. Their CBD is made from hemp oil and is extracted with organic extra-virgin olive oil, providing a base that makes for a smooth intake. In terms of flavor, they’re pretty straightforward, with Tranquil Mint, Natural, Summer Lemon and Orange Bliss in dosages of 7.5 to 15 mg per serving. With their reasonable pricing, Joy Organics could be the brand that finally brings you the joy you’re seeking from CBD.
MedTerra CBD Bottle
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One of the best brands when it comes to broad-spectrum CBD oils, MedTerra offers their products in 1,000 mg and 2,000 mg bottles, as well as an MCT version at 500 mg, 1,000 mg and 3,000 mg. With organically grown CBD from Kentucky, the brand offers a level of potency that most others can’t match. MedTerra is highly competitive in this list, and is endorsed by some of the world’s best athletes.
14. Fab CBD
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Fab CBD definitely lives up to the hype. With oil flavors that include Citrus, Mint, Berry, Vanilla and Natural, their dosages range from 300 mg to 1,200 mg. The prices of their oils top out at $129, so they’re one of the more affordable companies on the market. With their commitment to providing a top-tier, full-spectrum brand, Fab should be near the top of your list.
15. Kat’s Naturals
. Kat’s Naturals CBD Bottle
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With an array of offerings that says a lot about their views on CBD, Kat’s Naturals has definitely invested the time and energy into creating a special lineup. Their full-spectrum offerings include Balance, which aims to restore harmony, and Restore, which is a peppermint variety. Their THC-free versions include Heal (peppermint), Naked (flavor-free), Relax (infused with hops and wild oranges) and Metabolize (an energizing boost). If you’re looking for hemp-seed oil that retains its CBD properties, Kat’s Naturals should be a great fit.
16. Hemp Bombs
Hemp Bomb’s CBD Bottle
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An explosive brand on Amazon, Hemp Bombs pulls no punches when it comes to CBD. Offering an array of flavors that include Acai Berry, Orange Creamsicle, Peppermint and Watermelon, their variety is definitely aimed at those with a sweet tooth. They offer 125 mg to 4,000 mg dosages, ranging in price from $24.99 to $299.99. I recommend this brand if you don’t care for the taste of natural CBD and are attracted to Hemp Bombs’ upbeat flavors.
17. Green Roads
Green Road’s CBD Bottle
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A brand that’s practically synonymous with CBD, Green Roads offers several top-tier solutions. Their dosages range from 300 mg to 1,500 mg for the flavored oils (Mint Breeze and Apple Kiwi), and up to 3,500 mg for the plain oil. Offering a variety that packs a heavy punch, Green Roads is one of the most reliable brands on the market.
18. Royal CBD
Royal CBD Bottle
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If you’re going to call yourself Royal CBD, you’d better come through with a top-tier product. Though Royal currently has only one line of CBD oils, they’ve swiftly become a favorite. They offer full-spectrum CBD extract suspended in premium MCT oil, in 250 mg, 500 mg, 1,000 mg and 2,500 mg dosages. A solid choice if you’re looking for an oil that focuses on craft over taste, Royal CBD will soon have you feeling like a million bucks.
19. Spruce CBD
Spruce CBD Bottle
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If you’re looking for the perfect little boost to your day, then Spruce is the company to buy into. They offer a product that’s 100 percent natural, made in the USA, and comes from a full-spectrum source. Their first offering is an oil that’s 2,400 mg max potency, which provides one of the most powerful experiences on the market. Their second offering is a 750 mg oil, which is still potent compared to others on this list. Check them out if you’re looking for a CBD brand that takes a straightforward approach to their production of CBD.
20. CBD Pure
CBD Pure CBD Bottle
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Coming from quality-tested organic sources, CBD Pure’s oil is available in 300 mg, 600 mg and 1,000 mg dosages. While it’s a simple lineup, they have put a lot of investment into delivering a top-tier product, and provide plenty of information on their offerings. I tip my hat to them for being both straightforward and educational.
21. Sensei CBD
Sensei CBD Bottle
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Rounding out my list is Sensei CBD, which offers a Peppermint full-spectrum oil in 5,000 mg, 1,500 mg, 1,000 mg and 500 mg dosages, as well as a Peppermint isolate in 1,000 mg and 500 mg dosages. Sourced from US farms, their organic hemp products pack a great deal of potency (even for an isolate). As a brand that’s still rising, Sensei CBD should definitely be on your list of companies to try, especially if you’re just getting into CBD but don’t want to overcomplicate flavors.
What are some CBD brands that you’d love to try? Comment with your insights below!
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With the passing of the 2018 Farm Bill, CBD sales spread like wildfire in 2019.