Full Spectrum CBD Oil 250mg
We designed our full-spectrum CBD oil 250mg to leverage the benefits of whole-plant-synergy. This oil is rich in phytochemicals including CBD, CBC, CBG, and a variety of flavorful terpenes.
Improved formula: We now use whole hemp extract which contains higher concentrations of cannabinoids and terpenes to create a more potent entourage effect for maximum efficacy.
Hemp Oil Extract, MCT oil, Natural Flavors, Terpenes.
The fastest and the most effective way to take our full-spectrum CBD oil is to use it sublingually. To do this, place a few drops beneath your tongue and give the oil a minute or two — then swallow. Some people don’t like the taste of CBD oil and prefer to mix it with a smoothie or a meal to hide the taste. Alternatively, you can choose one of our flavored CBD oils and please your taste buds with all-natural ingredients.
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This 250 mg CBD oil contains over 80 cannabinoids and dozens of individual terpenes.
We use state-of-the-art solventless CO2 extraction to concentrate all the health-promoting cannabinoids from the hemp plant and infuse them into our premium MCT oil.
Each serving of this 250 mg CBD oil delivers just over 8 mg of CBD. You can now order this tincture in three flavors — natural (unflavored), berry, and vanilla.
Why We Use Supercritical CO2 Extraction
All the active ingredients in hemp are locked away in the flower buds and leaves. In order to remove them from the plant to make oils and other extracts, solvents need to be used to strip away the target compounds from the fiber, plant cell structures, and chlorophyll.
Organic solvents like butane, hexane, heptane, or benzene work well but are highly toxic. They’re removed after the extraction is complete, but it’s very difficult to remove them 100%. There’s always going to be a small amount of these harsh chemicals in the final product.
We’ve opted to use a solventless extraction. Instead, we employ a technique called supercritical CO2 to make all our extracts.
When carbon dioxide is placed under high pressure and cooled to a low temperature, it becomes supercritical. This is a state where it’s neither a liquid nor a gas — yet shares qualities of both.
In this state, CO2 shares the same qualities as organic solvents. It’s extremely efficient for removing the active ingredients in the hemp plant. When the pressure is removed, all the CO2 converts back into a gas and leaves the extract completely.
This process allows us to avoid using organic solvents in any of our extracts. Just to be extra transparent about this, we still order third-party tests to check for any residual solvents — even though no solvent ever came into contact with our hemp at any point in the process.
Third-Party Lab Tested
All our oils are third-party tested to confirm the cannabinoids listed on the bottle are accurate. We also order tests to check for over 100 known contaminants and to assess the terpene ratios of the final product.
All our tests are available publicly on our website to check for yourself. We stand behind the quality and potency of our oils and have nothing to hide.
Why We Use Full-Spectrum Hemp Extracts
We prefer to make our hemp oils with full-spectrum extracts because it’s stronger, longer-lasting and covers a wider range of benefits compared to pure CBD isolate.
A full-spectrum oil is designed to incorporate all the active ingredients in the hemp plant — including the CBD, CBC, CBG, CBN, THCV, and dozens of other active cannabinoids and terpenes.
All of these ingredients work together to boost the effects of CBD through a concept called the entourage effect.