Our Gold CBD Oil is a supplement made only with CBD hemp oil —no other ingredients. It’s packaged in an oral syringe for sublingual (under the tongue) use.
Why Choose Gold CBD Oil?
This is the strongest CBD product in our store. It’s achieved by taking a hemp oil extract and filtering it to remove the excess plant parts. By filtering it, the oil becomes a golden color and has more CBD by volume. In just one serving size —which is a piece the size of a grain of rice— you get 8mg CBD.
With the Gold CBD Oil, you’re able to achieve your daily CBD goals without having to taking several dropper fulls of oil. For serious health goals, most people choose a CBD concentrate like this one. The downside to this product, which we want you to be fully aware of, is that it has a strong hempy flavor. Sometimes it almost tastes a little spicy, depending on the batch. Most people tolerate this taste in exchange for its unbeatable potency —but if you do find it to be too strong, you can try the Blue Label version for a more mellow hempy taste.
How Much CBD Will I Get?
The current CBD strength of this product is 25%, which is very powerful. The amount of CBD in hemp oil varies between plants/batches. Most of our products display the CBD content in milligrams, but with concentrates like this Gold Label, you’ll see a percentage because there is such a large amount of CBD. However, that makes it a little different to compare these to other products in our store, so we’ll convert it into milligrams for you below!
- The 1g (g = gram) tube has 250mg CBD.
- The 3g tube has 750mg CBD.
- The 10g tube has 2,500mg CBD.
In short, there’s 250mg CBD per gram of hemp oil. Each tube has the same amount of CBD per serving, but you save money by buying the larger sizes.
CBD Serving Size
The recommended serving size is a small piece the size of a grain of rice, once or twice daily. Since CBD oil has a paste consistency, this is currently the easiest way to measure a serving.
There’s 8mg CBD in each serving of the Gold Label CBD Oil.
- 1g = 30 servings
- 3g = 90 servings
- 10g = 300 servings
It’s important to keep in mind that the amount of CBD you need might be completely different than the recommended serving size. Why? Because our bodies are different and the reasons people use CBD may require different amounts.
We suggest trying out different serving sizes to see what works best for you —but if you have no idea where to start, that’s when you want to follow the recommended amount for a week and then decide to take more or less depending on how you feel it’s working for you. CBD hemp oil is a natural extract with no negative side effects, so you can safely take more as needed.
A tip from our customers: If you’re taking more than one serving per day, try spreading it out throughout the day. For instance, taking 2 servings in the morning might not be as optimal as taking 1 serving in the morning and 1 in the afternoon or evening. Also, many people report that CBD helps them sleep all through the night and wake up refreshed, so that may be worth consideration when planning out when to take your Gold CBD Oil.
Green, Blue and Gold CBD Oil — What’s the Difference?
As you probably noticed in our store, there are three versions of Proprietary Hemp Extract available. Don’t let that overwhelm you, we’ll explain!
- The Green Label is simply a raw hemp oil extract, containing a nearly even ratio of CBD and CBDa.
- The Blue Label is like the Green, but it’s decarboxylated (“heated”) to turn all CBDa into CBD.
- The Gold Label is decarboxylated and then filtered to remove excess plant parts in the oil. You won’t find any product on here with more CBD than the Gold Label. However, the efficacy of the Gold version seems to differ from person to person; some people love it, others actually found better results with the Blue. Keep that in mind if you try a product and it doesn’t work for you —there are other versions to try.
CBD Hemp Oil
What is CBD?
CBD is a compound found in the hemp plant, called a cannabinoid. It interacts with receptors in our bodies for various effects still undergoing research, including anxiety, inflammation, and much more.