Last week I reviewed the great tasting Heart Hemp CBD Gummies, while now I’m trying their hero product, the CBD oil tincture. If you have any follow up questions around this product, post them in the comments at the bottom of the page and I’ll make sure to answer to the best of my ability.

How Much CBD Do You Get?

I have the 1,000mg CBD oil, however they also offer this as a 500mg, 2,000mg or 4,000mg tincture. All of these are served in a 10ml tincture, providing you with approximately 250 drops. That would mean there is 4mg of CBD in each drop, so you just need to count as they land under the tongue till you reach your optimal amount.

I’m a little lazy when it comes to dosages, I want around 40mg of CBD, so instead of counting drops, I filled the 1ml dropper to around 40% full and then dropped that in my mouth.

This bottle would therefore last me 25 days, however if you were to take just a couple of drops per day, it should last you substantially longer.

You can find the lab report on the product page, while you should also make sure the batch number on the product correlates with the lab report you’re studying.

The certificate of analysis showed that the oil contained the stated quantity of CBD, while it also had a decent amount of CBG, my personal favourite when it comes to cannabinoids.

There was also a presence of CBDVA, CBC and a little THC, combining together in what is known as the entourage effect.

The CBD oil is extracted from US grown hemp, which is sustainably farmed, meeting the industry standards from the Soil Association.

Was It Flavoured?

No, this was the original CBD oil, however they do also offer a peppermint version in either 500mg or 1,000mg if you’d prefer a flavoured option.

I personally prefer the natural taste, often finding I got better results with the natural versions, but I know not everyone likes the hemp taste, therefore the peppermint offers a great alternative.

Which Carrier Oil Do They Use?

The ingredients highlight that they use is MCT oil in the tincture, which is derived from coconuts.

MCT, or medium chain triglycerides, break down very quickly and are absorbed by the body in a way that long chain ones take much longer to do. This means they work very well as a carrier oil, increasing the absorption rate of the cannabidiol.

If they didn’t include MCT, a considerable amount of the CBD would be lost in the digestion process, instead being absorbed through the gut wall.

But as a little added benefit, MCT can help to boost energy (I sometimes take MCT oil before a workout) and shed some extra weight.

Where Can I Buy This From?

You can pick up the Heart Hemp CBD Oil from their website for £54.95 as the 10% original flavour. As well as your usual payment methods, they also now accept cryptocurrency, something I liked to see, as an investor in Ethereum myself.

If you wanted the peppermint flavour, they don’t charge an extra fee for the flavour, they’re both £54.95.

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