Full Spectrum CBD Oil – 1500mg (15%)
This full-spectrum CBD oil 1500mg contains all the compounds found naturally occurring in the hemp plant. This includes over one hundred cannabinoids, terpenes, flavonoids and essential oils, including various helpful cannabinoids like CBDA, CBG, terpenes and omega 3-6-9 healthy fats. This product will give you the complete “entourage effect”.
If you have tried a full-spectrum CBD oil, you will know it has a rich“earthy” taste. This is how you know if your product is natural full-spectrum oil.
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Full-spectrum CBD oil 1500mg contains 7.5mg per drop with approximately 200 drops per 10ml bottle.
- Premium Grade
- Made in the EU
Cold Pressed Hemp Seed Oil, Hemp Extract derived Cannabidiol (CBD). Contains 1490mg CBD
We recommend that you shake thoroughly before every use. You can either put a few drops under your tongue or incorporate them into your food or beverages.
We advise a serving of 10 – 25mg per day. For products with a higher CBD percentage, this means fewer drops to achieve this.
New users are recommended to start on a low dose and build up gradually to an average amount. Your endogenous cannabinoids’ level will vary significantly between other individuals, intending that not everyone will respond the same.
The serving size can then be increased or decreased at your preference, The UK Food Standards Agency (FSA) recommend that healthy adults do not take more than 70mg a day unless a doctor agrees more. This is about 28 drops of 5% CBD.
- Full Spectrum Extract
- EU certified seeds
- No Leaks: All of our CBD tinctures come with advanced seal technology. This prevents oil from leaking from the bottle when you are on the go.
- Tamper Proof: Safe tamper seals.
Full Spectrum Oil Taste:
Earthy, natural, rich, nutty aftertaste.
Full Spectrum CBD 1500mg Summary:
Our CBD products originate from the hemp plant, and because every crop grows slightly differently, you might notice minor changes in colour and taste in batches. This is entirely normal and isn’t a cause for concern.