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Who else creates a proprietary blend of super oils to carry the CBD in, or a bespoke terpenes profile specifically aimed at post-workout recovery? Oh, what’s that? It’s just us?

Because CBD oil doesn’t have to taste like soil!

And if vaping CBD is your thing, we’ve got a showstopping range of CBD e-liquids for you to choose from.

Not to mention the bad boy of our range, CBD Infuse. This real heavyweight comes in a 30ml size with strengths up to a whopping 10,000mg of CBD. And with five delicious flavours to choose from, the CBD Infuse drops just can’t be beaten.

And last, but definitely not least, we have our Pro Oil – the single most complete CBD oil the world has ever seen. Our Pro CBD oil is a firm favourite of professional athletes and amateurs alike throughout the UK and for very good reason.

And last, but definitely not least, we have our Pro Oil – the single most complete CBD oil the world has ever seen. Our Pro CBD oil is a firm favourite of professional athletes and amateurs alike throughout the UK and for very good reason.

We’ve got CBD oil in all the colours of the rainbow for you to choose from, with a whole heap of fresh, fruity and tasty flavours – you won’t find any bitter, grassy tastes here! Plus, you have your choice of strengths, from 2.5% to 35% (that’s up to 3500mg) in our standard CBD oil drops.

At first glance, measuring the strength of a CBD oil seems simple. Read the label to see how much CBD a product contains, and voila. But because CBD oils can be isolates, distillates, or broad-spectrum, determining strength can be a bit tricky. Moreover, some product labels can make it harder to know exactly how strong a product is, or how potent a dose it provides. So we’ll start there, with the product label of a CBD oil itself. Then, we’ll take a look at how testing labs measure the strength of a CBD oil, and how that connects with what’s on the label.

Sometimes, however, packages will tell you what percentage of CBD contained in the oil. This is where things can get confusing. A label may say that the CBD in the product is 99% pure if it contains a CBD isolate, or 70% if it contains a distillate. This tells you the strength of the CBD in the oil, but it doesn’t tell you how potent the CBD oil is by volume. And that means you won’t be able to tell how strong a dose is, so it’s important to find where the package indicates how much CBD it contains in milligrams.

How Is Strength Determined?

High-potency CBD oils in particular amplify concerns about contamination. As Ronay explained, concentrating for potency involves concentrating everything else in and on the hemp plant, too. “How do you know what’s in it or what’s safe? People are looking for a cure and for health and facing the unknown,” Ronay said.

Rae has some more crucial advice for CBD oil consumers looking for strength. Don’t swallow it! Studies have shown that the oral bioavailability of CBD is shockingly low, at just around 5%. In other words, only a fraction of the CBD oil you swallow is making it into your bloodstream where it can produce therapeutic results. But as Rae explained, there are a couple ways to hack CBD’s low bioavailability.

At minimum, CBD oil consists of these two essential ingredients: cannabidiol and a carrier oil. But most products contain much more. Depending on the source of the CBD and how it gets extracted, concentrated, and processed, CBD oils can contain other cannabinoids such as THC and plant compounds including terpenes, flavonoids and other phytonutrients . The carrier oil can also add other ingredients to the oil, especially if derived from hemp or cannabis. Finally, some manufacturers might add aromatic ingredients such as essential oils to their finished products.