I wrote about the CBD Rose tincture last week, which tasted scrumptious, while I’ve now been testing out the unflavoured version by Pro Extract Co. The pure formula is made in Britain, it’s vegan friendly and it’s by a newly launched brand which I’m sure you’ll hear more about over the next 12 months!

How Much CBD Do You Get?

This tincture contains 1,200mg of CBD, served in a 30ml bottle. This is 600mg lower than the CBD rose, however during the testing period I actually had a more positively stronger effect with this one, helping me to drift off at night.

Being a 30ml bottle, this means a full 1ml dropper would contain 40mg of CBD, which is how much I like to have in a day, so it makes for an easy dosage.

They also have measurement markings on the dropper, so you can very easily work out how much you’ve taken. Plus, they pack a spray in case you’d prefer this option. If so, according to the packaging, a single spray is around 6mg of CBD.

Make sure to shake the bottle before using it and place the drops or sprayed oil under your tongue and hold it there for 1-2 minutes (depending on how good your patience levels are).

As you would expect, they only use completely organic ingredients, which is incredibly important as hemp is highly porous.

Isolate Versus Broad Spectrum

While the CBD Rose is an isolate, to ensure the terpenes don’t affect the flavour at all, this is a broad spectrum CBD oil, meaning it contains some other cannabinoids, but not THC (or trace amounts) showed on the tests.

Regarding the other cannabinoids present, there was a small amount of CBDA and CBG. Anyone who reads my articles regularly will know what a big fan I am of CBG, so I always have a quick look over for this.

As always, I would recommend checking the lab reports before making a purchase from any brand. Mine is the batch number 17323-2, as can be found on the website from the footer, under ‘batch testing’.

Carrier Oil

Pro Extract Co have used MCT oil and sunflower seed oil as the carrier oils in this tincture. MCT, or medium chain triglycerides, serve a number of purposes, from improving energy to boosting brain functionality, however it’s value in this mix is its ability to increase the bioavailability of CBD after consumption. I see MCT as the best carrier oil for CBD that we’ve currently found, based on every study I’ve read on the subject.

Where Can I Buy This From?

You can order yourself one of these vegan friendly CBD tinctures by Pro Extract Co from their website for £79. The CBD pure blend also comes with free fast delivery in the UK. Beyond the CBD Rose and CBD Pure, they also a rose e-liquid, which could be worth checking out.

I’m also happy to say you can get 20% off with the discount code ‘cbdsloth20’.

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