CBD Products: E-Liquid, Oils, Topicals and More

We believe in creating CBD products of the highest quality. That’s why every CBD oil, balm, vape e-liquid and skin treatment in our line is sourced from the finest European hemp and tested by third-party labs.


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The Benefits of High-Quality CBD Products

Have you heard of cannabidiol, but aren’t sure how it can benefit you? Many people experience CBD, otherwise known as cannabidiol, as potentially supporting sleep, relief and overall well-being.

Overall, CBD products can provide a sense of balance throughout the day and night.

Types of CBD Products

Otherwise known as a tincture, CBD oil is a concentrated amount of cannabidiol that you place under your tongue for absorption. One of the most common ways to benefit from cannabidiol, CBD oil is also one of the most versatile. Long-lasting, CBD oil is also one of the more bioavailable ways to take cannabidiol. In other words, the compound is easily absorbed into the bloodstream, bypassing the digestive tract, so its effects are stronger.

CBD vape oil or e-liquid is an easy way to take cannabidiol on the move. Fill your vape with natural CBD e-liquid, inhale, and the cannabidiol will be absorbed into your lungs for fast-acting relief. Vape oil is the most bioavailable way to take cannabidiol because the compounds are absorbed directly into the lungs. Keep in mind that this makes choosing organic, nicotine-free CBD e-juice all the more important.

Topicals, including CBD balms, lotions, and creams, are a great way to target specific areas of the body for localized relief, making these CBD products ideal for athletes. Additionally, topicals can also be infused with other beneficial ingredients such as shea butter, cocoa butter, and coconut oil to create healthy, luminous skin.

What Sets the Best CBD Products Apart from the Rest?

Not all CBD products yield the same results. Since cannabidiol is such a new compound, CBD oil tinctures, topicals, e-juice, and edibles are not all subject to the same health and quality standards.

It’s up to you to choose how you enjoy cannabidiol, and which of the many CBD products on the market is best for your wellness routine. No matter how you’re hoping to benefit from cannabidiol, here are a few things you should look for on the label:

Is It Third-Party Lab Tested?

Third-party lab testing means that the company has sought out results on how much CBD, THC and other cannabinoids and terpenes are in their products. Impartial testing is the only way for you to know exactly how much of these compounds you’re ingesting.

How Much THC Is In It?

The law states that hemp cannot contain more than 0.2 percent THC, or tetrahydrocannabinol.

THC is the primary cannabinoid, or compound, in cannabis that produces a high. It’s important both legally and health-wise that the CBD products you choose meet these standards.

How Much CBD Is In It?

You also want to know how much cannabidiol is in a dose of the product you choose. Though cannabidiol is not addictive nor produces negative side effects, the best way to take it is to start slow and test your results.

The only way to know how much cannabidiol is in a product is to check the lab test results. One study from the University of Pennsylvania shows that 70 percent of CBD products contain less cannabidiol than they announce on the label

Are They Full Spectrum CBD Products?

There are two main types of cannabidiol: full-spectrum and isolate.

Full-spectrum products contain other ingredients that would naturally occur in the plant. These include other cannabinoids, terpenes, and oils that enhance cannabidiol’s effects.

By comparison, isolate products contain only cannabidiol and are THC-free, which some may prefer. For those who want to benefit solely from cannabidiol and avoid other cannabinoids and terpenes, isolate may be a more suitable choice.

Is the Hemp Farmed Organically?

Pesticide use is rampant across the agricultural industry, including hemp farming. The best way to make sure that the raw materials are free from toxic pesticides is to check whether the oil, balm, topical or e-juice is certified organic.

Not only is avoiding toxic pesticides and insecticides crucial for health, but it also ensures that sustainable growing practices are being used for your CBD products.

What Are The Other Ingredients?

Cannabidiol is never the only ingredient in CBD balms, e-juice, and other CBD products. That’s why it’s important to check that the other ingredients are vegan and gluten-free if such is your preference.

It’s especially common for vape oil and edibles to contain additives that do more harm than good. Make sure that these ingredients are organic and sustainable, too.

A Premium Line of Products

We believe that quality is crucial when producing CBD products. With that in mind, our entire line of oils, balms, and e-juice is third-party lab tested, organic, full-spectrum and made from high-quality ingredients. Whether you’re vaping cannabidiol or using a balm, we want you to experience hemp to its fullest.

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