There are so many CBD oils available in the UK, it is hard to know where to start or which one to choose from. Here I will try to detail all of the different CBD oil’s I have tried, their various metrics and quantities and then I’ll detail below a bit of a breakdown on what you should be considering.
|Product Name||Product Image||Rating||Review||Price||CBD MG||Flavour||Size ML||Carrier Oil||Purchase|
|Celtic Wind CBD Oil||8.5||Blog Review||£99.99||2,000||Unflavoured||20||-|
|Eir Health No.30||8.4||£148||3,000||Unflavoured||30||MCT oil||Buy Me|
|Love CBD||8.1||Blog Review||£28.99||500||Unflavoured||20||Olive Oil||Buy Me|
|Cubid CBD||8.0||Blog Review||£34.99||500||Peppermint||30||-|
|Hemptouch CBD Oil Amber||7.8||Blog Review||£32||500||Unflavoured||10||Olive Oil|
|Uncle Bud's Industrial Hemp||7.7||Blog Review||£71.99||750||Peppermint||30||-|
Choosing The Right One
You need to remember that price is relative. I considered putting up a consistent size and quantity of CBD so that you got a clear image of price in comparison, but the fact is I have tried these at different quantities and they don’t all offer the exact same sizes and quantities of CBD.
You shouldn’t let price be the biggest factor, there are so many more important elements to focus on, however if you are starting out and don’t want to spend too much then there are some cheaper options. You can rest assured I won’t list any low quality brands you should avoid, so no dodgy ones at extremely low prices and questionable lab results
When going on their website, they should either detail out their third party lab results, or you should be able to request them very easily. If you can’t get hold of them, then this should ring alarm bells in your head. I certainly wouldn’t trust a single brand that didn’t provide them for me when I was reviewing the products.
In general, I prefer an unflavoured option, as these are better value for money and tend to go a lot further, with much greater results. Having said that, a lot of people struggle with the taste of CBD oil, therefore it can help opting for a flavoured option. I’m not sure why peppermint seems to be the go-to flavour, but I’m yet to try a different flavour option.
You’ll notice I’ve highlighted carrier oil as a consideration, this is because I don’t think enough people look into this. In multiple studies, the best option to enhance bio availability is MCT oil, which is something I consume at the same time as taking the CBD oil. You need some form of fat source, while many of the brands use olive oil, not too bad but definitely not as good as MCT oil. I have also written a guide on the best carrier oil for CBD oil.
Keeping Up To Date
I am testing a huge amount of products and have a backlog of products waiting to be reviewed, therefore this page will be updated regularly to ensure any new CBD oils are considered in the list.
I will also be doing follow up guides on the best CBD edibles and the best CBD teas, so make sure to look out for them.
I’ve certainly not tried them all (there must be thousands in the UK alone), therefore if you have a recommendation, please do send it in to me and I’d love to give it a try and add it to the list, along with a review article.