How CBD Product Ratings, Rankings and Reviews Work
This is one of the most important CBD posts we have on the entire website indicating in-depth detail how we rate, rank and review CBD products. It is extremely valuable to know what fundamentals go into our 2019 research guide to get an idea of how to be a smart buyer of cannabidiol-infused products and seasoned user when it comes to dealing with CBD companies.
Here's Our Vetting Process We Use for Cannabidiol Brands
TimesofCBD's goal is to connect our users with the best cannabidiol (CBD Oil) in the world today – whether it’s in the form of capsules, supplements, or other products. Cannabidiol, like cannabis, is not all created equal. Two supplements might have equal doses of CBD, but the active effects you get are vastly different.
We believe we have an important mission. People aren’t just taking CBD to relax after a tough day at work; people are buying CBD to treat their children. They’re buying it to soothe aches and pains. When it comes to the health and wellness of your family, you can’t trust a CBD supplement at a gas station the same way you’d trust a CBD supplement from a trusted online provider.
Some CBD supplements give a massive dose of cannabidiol with 0% THC content. Other CBD supplements are loaded with harmful additives. Some CBD supplements use dangerous synthetic cannabinoids that have been linked to multiple deaths.
The CBD industry is growing rapidly. Over the last few years, we’ve seen users get robbed by greedy companies looking to capitalize on the CBD trend. That’s why we wanted to explain our vetting process. We strive to only feature products, companies, and manufacturers known for making high-quality CBD products.
Our thorough vetting process allows us to identify high-end CBD companies that sell highly effective, safe, and real CBD. Thanks to our vetting process, users like you can find the best possible CBD supplements for your unique needs.
How Do We Vet the Best CBD Companies?
Our vetting process involves a number of strict steps. Keep reading to discover how we identify the world’s most reputable cannabidiol manufacturers:
How CBD Supplement Companies Find Us
As one of the world’s largest online CBD resources, we are frequently approached by CBD manufacturers who wish to feature their products on our website. The fact that companies approach us is important: it means we do not approach companies. We let them come to us.
To take the next steps with a particular company that reaches out to us, we need to verify that the company is active within the CBD community and has a certain established reputation. There are too many companies in the CBD space looking to make a quick buck without contributing to the community; we prefer to focus on companies willing to go the extra mile in support of cannabidiol. We have no problem working with startups and new companies; however, these companies need to demonstrate some type of commitment to the CBD industry.
Our cannabidiol companies must meet a certain set of requirements to be listed on our website. Companies must have been in business for at least six months before being featured on our website. This is to prevent new companies from using our website as a marketing springboard to make a quick buck. Our goal is to feature established companies with a recognized history of selling good CBD supplements.
We also prefer working with companies that actually manufacture their CBD: they don’t just re-sell cannabidiol from third-party growers and manufacturers. Ideally, the company will control the process from cultivation to processing to the final sale. However, we accept companies that are both horizontally and vertically integrated within the industry.
We also interview companies and ask basic questions about their CBD products, CBD sources, and more. Some of the questions we may ask include:
- Where does your CBD come from? Do you grow the hemp yourself?
- Where is your hemp grown? Do you control the growing and cultivation of the hemp? Or is it a third party grower?
- Which steps do you take to keep your medicine safe from degradation? What prevents your cannabidiol from being degraded between the time of processing and the time of consumption?
- How do you extract and process the hemp and CBD? Which process do you use? Is it a true full spectrum CBD oil or cannabidiol isolate?
- What type of purity testing procedures do you have? Do you conduct purity testing on every batch? Do you outsource purity testing to a third party?
- Do you have all permits and licenses required by your state and county to participate in the cannabis industry? Are you licensed to grow hemp as an agricultural crop?
- Do your products go through microbiological tests, aerobic count tests, coliforms tests, Enterobacteriaceae tests, E-coli count tests, yeast and mold analysis, and tests for pseudomonas, salmonella, pesticides/carbamates, heavy metals, organophosphates? Can you provide us with proof of passing those tests?
- Do your CBD products go through cannabinoid potency tests? Who performs those tests? Can you provide us with proof of your CBD potency?
- Tell us about your manufacturing facility. Does it comply with cGMP regulations? Is the facility lab ISO certified? Which grade?
Many companies fail to complete this questionnaire. They are not accustomed to being asked all of these questions prior to being featured on a website. This is intentional: it helps us separate low-quality companies looking to capitalize on the CBD hype while promoting companies committed to the CBD industry.
We respect the privacy of the companies featured on our website. The information we receive is not shared publicly (unless the company wants us to share that information).
What Happens Next?
Once companies have gone through our CBD vetting process above, we take a few more steps before featuring the company on our website. We’ll verify some of the information provided by the company, for example, and contact organizations, local governments, and local law enforcement where applicable. We might check to verify multiple pieces of information provided by the company, for example, to ensure the company is compliant with all relevant state, city, and federal laws, if applicable. We will not, however, share any information provided to us with law enforcement.
Final steps include receiving insurance documentation, marijuana, hemp and CBD production documentation, business licenses, ICO certifications, lab certifications, and more. We verify all information we can wherever possible with all appropriate agencies and organizations.
Why Are We Qualified to Judge Top CBD Oil Supplements?
Our team has combined decades of experience working in the cannabis and CBD space. We’re not only industry experts; we’re also users and customers. We love what we do and we’re well-versed in our subject. Some members of our team have received a professional education in the space. For all of these reasons, we feel we’re qualified to act as an authoritative source for the cannabis space.
Our CBD Product Research Process Leads the Industry
Ultimately, our vetting process is designed with a simple goal: we want to only feature the CBD industry’s best companies on our website. Thanks to the vetting process above, we can let the world’s best CBD companies come to us. If they complete the vetting process successfully, then we are proud to have featured the companies on our website. If they cannot complete the vetting process, then we encourage those businesses to organize their paperwork and try again at a later date.
We emphasize a private process that allows us to individually vet CBD companies. Businesses provide testing results to us. We confirm the results, then move forward. The end result is a site that features the world’s best cannabidiol companies known for offering high-quality, proven effective CBD products across the industry. That’s what we seek to offer. This was last updated on October 2019 and will make sure to share any new changes or modifications to our CBD Oil reviewing and vetting process should they arise.
Now, as an act part two follow-up, lets talk about the CBD sensationalim that is now center stage
CBD Oil Buyer’s Guide 2019: Top 10 Cannabidiol Supplement Questions To Ask
CBD oil, short for cannabidiol oil is growing in popularity, courtesy of its huge benefits, and the legalization of marijuana/cannabis in many states.
Most cannabinoids contain a mixture of CBD and THC (tetrahydrocannabinol). THC is the chemical that gets you high, while CBD doesn’t. As a result, more people are opting for CBD largely because of its very potent, but non-high properties.
CBD oil’s benefits have been tied to pain relief, epilepsy relief, and even functions as a great anti-depressant. There are some clinical cancer trials –very few- where the merits of CBD oil have been proven as an effective anticancer agent.
Because of its popularity, and benefits, many people are beginning to look for it, but have no idea of what to look for when they want to go shopping for it. That, and the many brands can make the experience quite confusing for anyone who has no idea about it.
That’s why we created this article for you –a brief guide introducing you to everything you should know about this amazing oil before you go shopping.
Before we go on, it is important to take note of a few key things when you’re going shopping. Pay attention to the concentration, volume of CBD oil in the product, concentration and purity. These are key things in any CBD oil and will to a large extent, determine the effectiveness of the oil.
- 1 How CBD Product Ratings, Rankings and Reviews Work
- 2 Here's Our Vetting Process We Use for Cannabidiol Brands
- 3 How Do We Vet the Best CBD Companies?
- 4 Why Are We Qualified to Judge Top CBD Oil Supplements?
- 5 Our CBD Product Research Process Leads the Industry
- 6 CBD Oil Buyer’s Guide 2019: Top 10 Cannabidiol Supplement Questions To Ask
- 7 Key Questions to Determine Effectiveness of CBD oil
- 8 Third-Party CBD Product Testing is Vital for High Quality Cannabidiol Benefits and Effectiveness
- 9 Top 5 Most Significant CBD Oil (Cannabidiol) Research Discoveries Of 2018
- 10 CBD Oil Research
- 11 Popular CBD Oil-Infused Products :
Key Questions to Determine Effectiveness of CBD oil
Origins of the Hemp and its Contents
Hemp is different from many plants in the sense that it’s a bioaccumulator. That means it absorbs all sorts of minerals, nutrients and properties from the soil, air, water and environment around it.
That means if the soil or water are contaminated, your cannabis oil will be tainted too. This is why you must pay attention to where the hemp that was used to make your intended CBD oil was grown.
Make sure that these claims are verifiable too. Most legit CBD oil vendors will not hesitate to tell you where they were planted and grown as well as show you its chemical composition.
The last thing you want is a CBD oil that contains heavy metals, pesticides and herbicides. These are dangerous for your health and may further worsen any health condition you’re buying it for.
Herbicides and pesticides for instance have been linked to cancers like Multiple Myeloma, Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma, Soft Tissue Sarcoma and Leukemia among many others. You want to get away from all these ailments, not get them.
So, make sure that when you buy CBD oils, they are from verifiable sources and origins. As a rule, look for those that are organically grown locally here in the US, and only deal with a vendor who is willing to provide you with that information.
The Quantity of THC in the CBD Oil
The best CBD oil would be that with zero THC oil. Apart from its psychedelic properties, THC also shows up in urine and blood samples. If you take CBD oil with high THC oil volume and are subjected to random drug testing at the office, guess what’ll happen?
You’ll test positive for these drugs. And since employers typically frown upon illicit drug substances, you want to make sure that you only have trace amounts of THC at most. As a rule, the less the better.
Look for those with less than 0.03 percent THC. If it’s zero, even better. Just makes sure it’s from a certified vendor. The good news though, is just look for reputable sellers. Theirs are often THC free and organically grown. So, you can’t go wrong with those.
Best Concentration of CBD Oil
The third thing you want to look for is how much CBD oil is in the product you intend to buy. This is important seeing as CBD oil’s concentration can be tampered with, resulting in a less potent product.
Of course, vendors who dilute their CBD oils do so to maximize profit. They’ll even sell them as 100 percent pure. This is why you must only buy CBD oil from reputable sellers with a good history.
Apart from making sure you’re getting what you actually paid for, a high concentration CBD oil is more potent and lasts longer, thus reducing the need for you to take or buy more frequently. High concentration CBD oils are great money savers.
So, what’s the best concentration? Look for products with 250mg to 1,000mg per ounce of fluid (Oz). So, if you were to buy a 3 Oz bottle containing a mere 300mg, that would come to 100mg per ounce. That’s not potent enough. So, ideally, a 250mg per ounce bottle for 3Oz bottle would actually have 750mg of CBD oil at least.
You Can Carry Out Independent Testing
We know this sounds like a lot of work, but you only have to do it once, and you’re home free. Many sellers will tell you their CBD oil is the best; that it’s pure and highly potent.
The only way to verify their claims is to buy a small sample, take it to an independent testing center or lab, and have it tested for its purity and potency. Good labs are always clean and sterile. Make sure yours is before paying for the test.
What are the Extraction Techniques and Methods?
How the oil is extracted from the plant is just as important when you’re looking for the perfect CBD oil. CBD oil extraction is a complex process and one that requires some specialized equipments.
The best proven way to extract CBD oil from hemp is through the use of CO2 (carbondioxide). This is applied under high pressure and low temps, and designed to extract the best possible amounts of high quality and pure CBD oil.
CBD oil requires the pressure to stay solvent instead of evaporating like it does once it’s no longer under any pressure. So, look for bottles with CO2 extraction clearly labelled on its body.
Can You Reach the Company?
This is an extension of buying from a reputable seller. The company selling the oil should be physically verifiable and traceable.
If you cannot find them or speak with someone at the other end, walk away, for all you know, they may be selling you extra virgin olive oil disguised as CBD oil. Many companies are in the habit of using the internet as a cloak.
Unfortunately, many unsuspecting CBD oil buyers have bought substandard and low quality CBD oils from the unscrupulous individuals. These are the companies that give the CBD oil industry a bad name with their sharp practices. Look for information on their management, farms, sources and a physical address.
If you cannot verify or prove it, walk away and look for another CBD oil seller that is transparent. You wouldn’t buy drugs from an unverified and unknown maker, would you?
So, take that same approach when you’re buying CBD oil. Transparent companies sell their CBD oils legally and are often incorporated. Make sure your intended company is, too.
Check and Verify Their Claims
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) strictly prohibits the use of medical claims for any food related items. CBD oils are categorized as food related items and shouldn’t be advertised as capable of treating ay medical condition.
Yes, it does have some of those medicinal properties, but as far as the FDA is concerned, it does not. So, lookout for companies that make medical related claims about their CBD oil. No matter how true their claims may be, they are in direct contravention of FDA rules and guidelines.
Just walk away and look for those who don’t make these claims. Most times, reputable companies won’t make any medical claims because they’re operating within the ambit of the law.
Expensive is Probably Better
You know how they say the best things in life are free or cheap? Well, it doesn’t apply to CBD oil. The best CBD oils that money can buy are quite expensive. This is not surprising seeing as CBD oil extraction techniques are quite steep and costly.
They’re usually grown in the US, extracted with CO2, tested in high end labs, and lacking in any heavy metals, pesticides or herbicides. So, if it costs a lot to produce, you can be sure that the cost price will be too.
As much as possible, avoid cheap CBD oils, even though they are quite attractive. They are usually diluted, contain dangerous chemicals, and aren’t from the best sources. Pricier CBD oils tend to be of higher quality and purity, as well as have great potency. They also give you great value for your money.
Next, because it is that critical of an internal and external stressor to take note of, lets go over the importance of testing CBD products to ensure they are the highest quality for the best beneficial effect.
Third-Party CBD Product Testing is Vital for High Quality Cannabidiol Benefits and Effectiveness
Taking a CBD oil product opens new doors for the health of consumers, so it is safe to assume that they are expecting something that can change their quality of life. Unfortunately, too many greedy companies have come in with their own products that often don’t have the purity or concentration of CBD that they boast, which is why they do their own testing in a private lab. However, CBD Marketplace recently published an article to describe the importance of using a third-party tester, which is what they do.
Right now, since CBD is considered a supplement, the United States doesn’t really regulate it or have any particular requirements on the market. There are no minimum conditions to meet, which means that it’s hard to say if these products even have what they say. Considering how abundant CBD products are at wellness stores, health food shops, and even gyms, it’s hard to even know what brands to trust.
There’s one mutual trait that consumers can find in a reliable company – they participate in third-party testing. These brands have nothing to hide, and they often have exactly what the label says they have. However, an independent third party can remain objective. This type of lab exists for the purpose of being an unbiased researcher, adding validity to the company.
When a third-party lab tests the products, they verify first that it has the amount of CBD that it claims, ensuring consumers get a consistent dose as they use it. They also evaluate the remedies for contaminants and other chemicals that shouldn’t be in the formula. Hemp and all other cannabis plants are capable of absorbing an increasingly high amount of nutrients and other chemicals in the soil, which is why the farming of these plants should be so carefully considered. Since the extracted cbd oils come directly from that absorbent plant, there’s a risk of having the CBD oil contaminated as well if the farmland isn’t truly organic, but a lab can determine those levels.
To protect users from succumbing to the health risks, the lab specifically looks for the most common contaminants, which includes:
- Heavy metals
- E. coli
- Toxic solvents
There are other chemicals that they look for as well but are much lesser known to the general public. Considering that this post was found on the CBD Marketplace website, it is only natural that they highlight something important about their company – they zero in on products that have been validated and cleared by independent, third-party labs. This way, their customers know that their website is a safe place to purchase their CBD products.
Before listing a few of the most mentioned cbd oil infused products in 2019, its important to anchor in the moment of where things stack up with the surging interest in CBD products and revisit what happened in 2018 that is helping act as a catalyst towards cannabidiol being the number one herbal supplement ingredient in the world, surpassing turmeric.
Top 5 Most Significant CBD Oil (Cannabidiol) Research Discoveries Of 2018
Cannabidiol, or CBD, is known for providing similar therapeutic benefits as of marijuana but without the psychoactive effects associated with THC. There are many people who have used CBD to support their needs, but the last few years have seen a particular boom to the use of the compound. In December 2017, for example, a report from the World Health Organization showed there were no negative side effects associated with CBD. The FDA even developed a CBD drug last June to treat two specific forms of epilepsy.
CBD Oil Research
Read on below to learn about some of the other discoveries made in 2018 that may help progress the CBD industry as a whole.
CBD May Neutralize Psychosis
Psychosis is simply defined as a loss of contact with the real world around you, and it is often more of a symptom than an actual disease itself. It is linked to major mental health disorders, like schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, and schizophreniform disorder. In some rare cases, THC has been linked to the creation of psychotic symptoms, but CBD appears to act the opposite way.
A study that involved 33 individuals that had an elevated risk of psychosis were tested with the use of one oral dose of CBD. In another controlled group, the study collected 19 healthy individuals and did not provide CBD. After taking a memory test that triggered three parts of the brain involved with psychosis, the users that took a dose of CBD showed fewer symptoms than the participants with a placebo. Though the study was small, researchers believe the use of CBD temporarily relieves the user of those symptoms. Hopefully, this discovery is continually researched for a treatment and/or cure.
CBD Could Reduce Inflammation, Particularly In Multiple Sclerosis
Inflammation naturally occurs in the body when there is an injury, but it can cause unnecessary damage and pain as it lasts. CBD is known for reducing inflammation in many cases, which is what researchers testing against individuals with multiple sclerosis (MS).
MS is a disease that impacts the central nervous system and causes a great deal of inflammation. It can damage the protective coating around both the brain and spinal cord, causing a wealth of problems in the body. In a study at the University of South Carolina School of Medicine, researchers discovered that the reason CBD could reduce inflammation is because it reduces the associated molecules. It also stimulated the body to produce myeloid-derived suppressor cells, which are meant to reduce inflammation as well. In the experiment, these cells reached a substantially high quantity by the 10th day of use.
CBD Could Be Used In the Treatment Against Pancreatic Cancer
CBD is known for helping with the nausea and vomiting associated with chemotherapy and cancer. However, this year, research studies found that CBD could actually inhibit the growth of tumors and causing cell death to these types of cells. However, the research revealed that no healthy cells were killed in the process.
Pancreatic cancer is one of the deadliest forms of this disease, giving only a 5% chance to sufferers to live beyond five years from the date it arises. This research combined CBD with GEM, which is a treatment often provided to patients with pancreatic cancer. Though the study has only been performed on mice so far, those mice lived three times longer than others without CBD.
CBD Reduces Epileptic Seizures
The use of CBD for epilepsy and seizures is well known at this point, considering the recent FDA approval of the latest medication. Sufferers of this neurological disorder experience abnormal brain activity, but the typical medications used for it have unfortunate and sometimes unbearable side effects.
Medical cannabis has also been used as a treatment, considering the strong anticonvulsant properties. Shortly after the FDA came out with Epidiolex, the University of Alabama at Birmingham performed a study with 132 participants with epilepsy that have been failed by traditional medication. After 12 weeks, the average number of seizures, which began at 144 every two weeks, was cut down to 52 every two weeks.
CBD Could Help Aid in Depression
Medication is often the first solution that people turn to for the treatment of depression, but the adjustment period for the chemicals in the brain could take almost a month, and that’s if it works. Often, it takes time to find the right remedy, but a recent study in Brazil revealed that CBD testing in rats proved to have a positive effect on depression, lasting up to seven days with a single dose.
The research prompted scientists to start examining if the same effect can be found in humans, especially for those who struggle to find the right chemical balance in their medications.
And lastly, we might as well touch on a few hot CBD products that are gathering attention in the mainstream media for its noticable medicinal effects.
Popular CBD Oil-Infused Products :
The CBD-product industry has flourished in the past few years and now, we’re headed into 2019 and it seems like the ideal time to reflect on the products on the market. This is especially true in light of the fact that there is an overwhelming amount of research showing all of the good that the products bring to men and women who suffer from various health issues, conditions, and who want to experience an improvement in their wellness.
With that, here are the top 24 CBD formulas from this year.
cbdMD is a brand that offers its customer base various products that offer clean and premium-grade cannabidiol. The products designed to work well from a wide range of users so that anyone can get the support they need. The products also come in a range of options, such as tinctures, capsules, and bath bombs. These options enable users to opt for what works best for them.
- Lord Jones: Lotion and Gumdrops
Those who are looking for a unique and high-end form of cannabidiol products may want to look into Lord Jones. The products come in the form of tinctures, edibles, lotion, and even gumdrops. The formulas are also designed to provide users with relief from aches, pains, stress, and so much more. Better yet, the products come in unique and tantalizing flavors, including mango chili and sugarplum.
- CBD for Life: Face Wash and Eye Cream
CBD for Life offers men and women the opportunity to opt from a wide range of beauty-based products and at the end of the day, it seems that its almost impossible to go wrong with skincare products. A few of the main formulas offered by the brand are rich in antioxidants and anti-inflammatory substances. The skincare formulas provide users with refreshing and quality support for men and women of all ages. Further, the company is owned and operated by women.
- Papa Barkley
Papa Barkley is a cannabidiol brand that has quite unique products and they’re mainly targeted toward the baby boomer generation. The cannabis culture often overlooks this generation, which is why this brand is quite innovative in its approach. Many of the products come in the form of tinctures, topicals, capsules, and even patches.
- Cheeba Chews
Cheeba Chews have built quite a good reputation since being released on the market. The chews are edibles that are delicious and that come in many flavors, such as chocolate. All of the products are tested to ensure they are not psychoactive, and that they are quality, pure, and consistent substances.
- Mary Medicinals
Mary Medicinals is a brand that has achieved a grand amount of fame due to its transdermal patches that provide users with a clean and effective way to achieve stunning skin. The formulas come in patch form, making them quite easy to use. There are six transdermal profiles to the patches, giving users options that may work well for their needs.
- Henry’s Original
Henry’s Original is a California-based brand that works to provide its customer base with premium-grade products that are packaged well. The products have an effective CBD to TCH ratio. The ratios may vary as well.
Dosist has been in the cannabidiol industry for years, even before legalization. The brand provides users with precise doses and pens that allow for the dispersion of the substance. The dispensing mechanism also allows for accurate dosing so that users can start at whatever levels make them the most comfortable. There is also a range of blends and mixtures that users can choose from.
- Buddha Tea CBD
Those who love tea and who are interested in the therapeutic benefits of CBD may want to give this brand a chance. A few of the tea products include flavors such as chamomile, peppermint, ginger, and turmeric. Moreover, the brand offers other products such as herbal blends that may be a prime option as well.
Cura is primarily in the tincture and vape pen CBD business. There are various levels of potency and flavors, and a few of favorites include lemon-ginger, grapefruit, and lavender. In addition, those who are looking for products for their pets will find it here.
- Medix CBD
Medix CBD is a brand that provides users with a number of options to receive care. A few of the main options include tinctures, edibles, topicals, and vape pens. The products are free from THC and are grown and formulated in Kentucky. The products can also be purchased legally in all fifty states.
- WYLD CBD Gummies
WYLD is a brand that is dedicated to wellness. The company, based in Oregon, believes in creating products that are in line with responsibility and sustainability. Further, the brand is excellent for those who enjoy gummies in flavors that taste great and that make them feel good as well.
- “Two Flowers” CBD Infused IPA
Two Flowers is a beer brand that infuses CBD into its IPA. The flowers are hemp and hops, both which have terepnes. The drink is an innovative option. And one that is refreshingly delicious.
- Green Roads
Green Roads is a high-end brand that provides users with hemp-derived formulas that undergo testing by third parties. There are a number of options, but a few include syrups, capsules, concentrates, and even pet products. With an array of options available, users are bound to find products that work well for their needs and that may meet their expectations.
- Care by Design
Based on one brand’s logo, CBD isn’t just representative of cannabidiol, but it also stands for Care by Design. The products offered by this brand are grown in California and have a minimum amount of THC. This enables users to choose options that satisfy their needs. A few product options include vape cartridges, gel capsules, and tinctures.
- Hemp Bombs
Hemp Bombs is a brand that has been on the market for a good amount of time. The brand used to source its hemp from Europe but has switched to the United States. The brand’s website explains that the brand is working to ensure that the products are made in a sustainable manner. A few of the product options include topicals, vape liquids, gummies, and tinctures.
- Strava Coffee
Strava Coffee is a great option for those who are interested in having CBD in their cup of coffee. It may help those who tend to experience anxiety and jitters – as a simple cup of coffee may prevent such issues. The coffee beans are sourced from Columbia and are then shipped and roasted in Denver. After roasting, the beans are infused with hemp oil.
- Mana Artisan Botanics
Mana Artisan Botanics helps men and women make better choices about their health and wellness. The company, based in Hawaii, sources its products from sun-grown hemp that is free from pesticides and other harmful substances that can lead to other side effects. A few of the main ingredients that the brand often uses in its products include honey, cinnamon, turmeric, and vanilla. The products also include massage oils, tinctures, and honey.
- Kush Queen
There are few things more relaxing than bath bombs, and this brand has the CBD version that is bound to provide users with a stellar amount of relaxation and calmness. The products are often described as empowering, pleasing, and female-focused. Better yet, the products are affordable and ship to many places.
Women who are looking to ease any anxiety in the bedroom, and to also have a smoother experience, may want to give Foria CBD Lubricant a chance. The hemp in the formula is grown in the United States and there are about 30-50 milligrams per bottle.
- The Farmaceuticals Co. CBD Therapy Drops
This unique brand offers users some of the purest tinctures. The drops have a high CBD ratio and the quality of the CBD has been described as phenomenal. The hemp is grown free of pesticides, it is organic, on-GMO, and the brand uses whole-plant extraction as well for the best results. The formulas are also hand-crafted in small batches so as to preserve quality.
- Charlotte’s Web
Charlotte’s Web is a brand founded by Charlotte Figi. Her goal, in creating the brand, was to combat Dravet Syndrome, a form of epilepsy that is quite rare. CBD may be able to provide relief and today, her brand is often the go-to option for those who are suffering from issues ranging from discomfort to seizures.
- Lulu’s Chocolate
Chocolate lovers will find that this is quite a special brand. Both chocolate and CBD provide users with anti-anxiety, anti-stress, and relaxation properties. Those who sue this brand’s products will find them to be not only delicious but highly effective as well.
- Living Water
Lastly, Living Water is a CBD brand that comes in the form of topical applications. The products provide muscle relief and joint pain. Over time, users may experience a reduction in soreness, discomfort, injuries, and other issues.
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