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Our tinctures come in variety of CBD concentrations, ranging from 2,5% to 18% CBD oil percentage, depending on your dosage needs.

Capsules, also known as CBD Tablets or CBD Pills are quickly gaining popularity. As capsules are odourless and tasteless, it makes them the perfect choice for anyone who doesn’t like that hemp taste.

We recommend that you always ask for a cannobinoid analysis lab report with all purchases. This will guarantee the CBD concentration, and will also show any impurities such as pesticide, herbicide, heavy metals, mould, chemical fertiliser or any other unwanted contaminants.

The best choice for you depends on you and your required dosage.

The super critical CO² method is considered the most scientific method and is also among the cleanest techniques of extraction. It uses carbon dioxide under high pressure and extremely low temperatures to extract the CBD in its purest form. CBD oil extracted in this way has a cleaner taste, but is also the most expensive method. The advantage of this technique is that the end product is the purest form of CBD oil which is highly potent and free of chlorophyll.

The same is NOT true for CBD.

They show it off, and hope they convinced uneducated consumers to buy.

Our CBD oil is carefully treated so that all the important natural parts of hemp are untouched. It’s the closest you can get to from healing straight from nature. Our process is completely organic, uses CO2 extracting, no GMOs, and no heating.

If you are looking for the best CBD oil you can buy, you can forget about how much percentage of CBD is in the bottle. The much more important thing is going to be the quality of the CBD.

It gets worse:

Let’s say you’re looking at two bottles of CBD oil oral drops. One is a 10ml bottle which has 1000mg of CBD stated on the label, and the other is a 20ml bottle that is also stated as 1000mg.

We’ll chat CBD drops dosage in a separate story but recommendations on how many drops to take are included on each of our product pages and the FSA recently issued guidance of 70mg CBD max per day (approx. 28 drops of 5% CBD).

Reading a CBD product label can sometimes feel like reading a maths paper. With percentages, milligrams and millilitres in play, CBD strength is easily misunderstood. We break down the numbers so you can better understand what’s in each CBD product and how to make an informed choice.

Understanding the strength per drop is helpful as this is how you will measure your dose:

Whilst both bottles contain the same overall amount of cannabinoids (1000mg), the bottles are two different strengths. In percentage terms, the 10ml bottle of CBD oil is 10% CBD and the 20ml bottle is 5% CBD, meaning that it will have half the amount of CBD per drop.


When the CBD category first launched, CBD concentration was often shown in percentages, however the number of milligrams (mg) is the more important metric and typically refers to the total amount of cannabinoids in the product.