Full Spectrum CBD Oil Drops – 750 mg
First off, we have Full Spectrum CBD Oil Drops. Each bottle contains 750 mg, and the recommended amount varies with every person.
My opinion of the overall appearance of the product was that it is a premium product. The product’s color was a light purple/pinkish hue. The liquid was completely clear, and I could easily see the dropper tip markings with the liquid in it. It looked to be very high quality and the viscosity was consistent with every dropperful.
The product was extremely easy to use, from opening the bottle to squeezing the dropper to suck up the tincture. I give it a rating of 9, as there was literally no room for error in using this product.
The flavor of the tincture is described as mint. When I opened the bottle, my nostrils immediately detected a rich and immediately calming aroma of mint, very similar to the scent of freshly crushed mint. Upon my first taste of the tincture, I did indeed taste a smooth and rolling flavor of mint. The scent of the tincture brought me back to snowy memories of Christmas peppermint, rich and calming. The texture was oily but not slimy. I found it easy to hold the tincture under my tongue for a few seconds, and was rewarded by a pleasant tingling on my tongue. Once I swallowed the tincture, the tingling sensation slid down my throat and left behind a lingering taste of the gentle mint flavor.
Overall, I would rate the taste a 9. I chose this rating because I would have liked a little strong mint taste, but that’s just because I love mint flavors. The minty flavor was slightly mentholated, but not overpowering. I was extremely pleased with both the taste and the scent of the tincture.
The price of the tincture is listed on the company website, both as a one time purchase of $79.95 or a monthly subscription of $63.95. I believe this price to be very fair, as other tinctures on the market are priced similarly, if not higher.
I would recommend this to a friend, certainly, because I believe that CBD is a product that is the target of extreme misinformation. It’s difficult to break the public away from the idea that CBD and THC are the same thing, or that CBD contains the hallucinogenic properties of weed. If I can turn someone towards CBD for its healing properties (and away from the risks of THC), I will most certainly do it.