Hemp honey cbd oil review
Written by Tyler Swell — Edited by Cathy Rozyczko on February 9, 2021
Hemp Honey Liquid — the name just sounds delicious. Judging from their top-of-the-line ingredients (no PG here!), we have no doubt in the tastiness of their offerings. This CBD e-liquid vendor promises an ‘enchanting experience’ with rich, full bodied vape oils they claim to be uber potent. But regardless of user experience, we cannot verify the safety or quality of the CBD oil itself. Some changes need to be made for us to consider this brand the bee’s knees.
Hemp Honey Liquid talks a lot about standards, proclaiming they hold themselves to the highest standards in CBD e-liquid production. They even call their products ‘gold standard,’ citing high potency and quality ingredients. We can verify the latter designation, as their vape liquids contain immaculate ingredients, including organic flavors, full spectrum CBD oil, and kosher VG. But we cannot verify their potency claim, which goes as far as to state that the Hemp Honey Liquid line has five times more CBD concentration than the competition.
Hemp Honey Liquid apparently uses CO2-extracted CBD oil, and their product offerings are minimal. Just three CBD e-liquids: apple crumble, blueberry hive, and bubblegum. Each 10 ml bottle supposedly contains 150 mg of CBD oil and will set you back $49.99.
Admittedly, these flavors look delicious. Flavors from organic Indonesian cinnamon and organic vanilla bean have our mouths watering. And it’s incredibly refreshing not to see any of the scary ingredients common to the CBD vape market like artificial colors and flavors and high amounts of propylene glycol (PG).
But there’s something that does scare us. Hemp Honey Liquid does not mention where they source the hemp in their CBD oil, only that it is imported industrial hemp. That, coupled with the fact that they make zero mention of testing for contaminants, is highly concerning. We’d be willing to award the Quality Badge without the exact source location IF contaminants tests were provided. That way we’d know there was a certain level of quality present, but in this case we don’t have enough knowledge to give the go-ahead.
A trending topic in the CBD world now is dirty sourcing: companies can source ridiculously cheap raw hemp material from China. Many choose to do so, but there is a huge contamination risk. And consumers are wising up. This is partly why more and more CBD vendors are providing both comprehensive certificates of analysis for their products as well as details on the origin of their hemp. Hemp Honey Liquid does neither.
Bottom Line – Even though the CBD e-liquids appear delicious and even boast premium ingredients we approve of, we just don’t know enough about the actual CBD oil in Hemp Honey Liquid products. Without knowledge of the source or any tests for safety, we are going to wait this one out.
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What’s the Deal with CBD and Hemp?
Cannabidiol, also known as CBD, has become increasingly popular in the health and wellness community in recent years. As a result, it’s starting to get a good deal of media coverage throughout the United States and beyond. A lot of people have questions about this leading natural supplement, so here’s everything you need to know about CBD and the hemp from which it’s made.
What is Hemp?
As you start your journey with CBD, it’s important to understand the difference between hemp and marijuana. Both fit under the broadest definition of cannabis, but there are important distinctions to make. Hemp is a colloquial term for any cannabis plant that contains .03% or less of THC. THC is the psychoactive ingredient in cannabis and is responsible for the effect of feeling high.
With the passage of the 2018 farm bill, hemp was removed from the list of illegal, controlled substances. Since the passage of the 2018 Farm Bill, many people have started using hemp for many industrial and health reasons. It’s most popular today as a source of CBD.
What is CBD?
CBD is the other popular cannabinoid of cannabis. Unlike THC, though, it doesn’t produce any intoxicating effects. As reported by Harvard University, the World Health Organization has stated that “to date, there is no evidence of public health problems associated with the use of pure CBD.” In other words, CBD hasn’t shown any potential for abuse or dependence and won’t give people withdrawal symptoms if they stop using it.
CBD interacts with the body’s natural endocannabinoid system, which is believed to help regulate a wide variety of functions throughout the body. Natural cannabidiol works as a supplement for the normal processes of a human’s endocannabinoid system. For those reasons, people have turned to CBD as a way to address a variety of issues.
Does CBD Honey Get You High?
Simply put, CBD honey does not make people feel high. It’s not intoxicating or psychoactive. At Colorado Hemp Honey and any other reputable CBD vendor, we make our products with pure, natural full spectrum hemp extract. That ensures that our CBD honey will never contain more than .03% THC as laid out in the 2018 Farm Bill.
What are the Benefits of CBD?
People have used cannabidiol to address a wide variety of symptoms, and you can find all kinds of stories about its benefits online. Here are just a few of the different forms of hemp and CBD products on the market today:
- Full Spectrum Hemp Extract – This is the oil that is extracted from the hemp plant which contains a multitude of cannabinoids. It contains essential vitamins, minerals, Omega 3 and 6 fatty acids, flavonoids, chlorophyll, and terpenes. Colorado Hemp Honey uses only full-spectrum hemp extract in its products
- CBD Isolate – This is a pure, crystalline powder that contains 99% CBD. Everything contained in the hemp plant is removed and CBD isolate offers a finished product that is only CBD. The CBD isolate form of CBD does not contain any of the beneficial terpenes or other naturally occurring benefits of full-spectrum hemp extract.
- Hemp Seed Oil – This is a type of oil extracted from the hemp seed that contains antioxidants and Omega 3 and 6 fatty acids. Hemp Seed Oil does not contain any measurable amounts of THC, cannabinoids (like CBD), or terpenes.
Find Premium CBD Honey from Colorado Hemp Honey
In addition to offering a reliable dose of CBD, products from Colorado Hemp Honey taste great. Our hemp honey is perfect for tea, or even right off the spoon, and is definitely a delicious new way to get your supplements. Shop our selection of products online today, or find a location near you to pick your CBD honey out in person. In the meantime, contact us if you have any questions!
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