Which CBD Product is Right for Me?

CBD OIL ORAL DROPS: Great choice for those looking to try CBD for the first time. Infused with a non-GMO, USDA certified organic MCT oil with 95% bioavailability for better absorption and efficacy through our proprietary microemulsion process. Tested by a third-party laboratory to ensure purity and quality. Available in both full and broad spectrum and in natural, fresh mint and peruvian lime flavors.

CBD SUSTAINED RELEASE SOFTGELS: Great choice for consuming extended release CBD similar to vitamins or pills. A pharmaceutical-grade, long-lasting CBD product containing 0.0% THC. Tested by a third-party laboratory to ensure purity and quality.

TOPICAL CBD: Relieve sore muscles and shorten recovery time with a few easy swipes. Infused with lidocaine, healing herbs, and soothing essential oils of camphor and eucalyptus to maximize natural relief. Other uses include arthritis, join pain, tendonitis, and back pain. Tested by a third-party laboratory to ensure purity and quality.

CBD Oil Oral Drops: 1,500mg Broad Spectrum THC Free in Fresh Mint

Nano Softgel: 25mg Extended Release (30 count)

Topical: 1000mg Full Spectrum Freeze Roll-On

Studies show consistent usage is key. No surprise there. Most medications need to stay in your system over time for optimal results. The same is true for CBD. Incorporate CBD into your daily holistic health regimen to keep the good feels flowing.

An answer to this question will help filter your options. On a scale of 1-10, how uncomfortable does your condition make you feel? For example, if you have mild tension headaches you may not need as high of a potency compared to chronic migraines. The higher the discomfort, the higher the recommended potency.

Most people start with a 1,500mg oil and start with 0.5mL per day and move up or down after one week based on how they are feeling.

These terms denote the extraction process of the hemp plant and indicate a higher quality product. Most CBD products on the market are made from isolate or distillate, not plant extract. Research shows that oils made with isolate are not as effective as full or broad spectrum oils.