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CBD & Hemp Extract Supplements, Lotions, and Balms Review
 

Initial Posting: 2/10/18  Last Update: 7/20/19
CBD and Hemp Oils Reviewed by ConsumerLab.com

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CBD oils and hemp extracts compared in this review:
Bluebird Botanicals Hemp Classic 6 x Concentrated Im-Bue Em-body Plus CBD Oil Hemp Gummies
Canna-Pet Advanced Mary's Nutritionals Muscle Freeze Plus CBD Oil Hemp Softgels
CW [Charlotte's Web] Everyday Plus - Infused Oil Mint Chocolate Nature's Love Organic Topical ReLeaf Salve Plus CBD Oil Hemp Spray
CW [Charlotte's Web] Paws Plus CBD Oil Capsules PrimeMyBody Nano-Enhanced Hemp Oil
Elixinol Natural Drops Hemp Oil + Coconut Extract Plus CBD Oil Hemp Balm Extra Strength Revive P.M. Restore
Endoca Raw Hemp Oil Plus CBD Oil Hemp Drops SOL CBD Pure Hemp Extract
Highland Pharms 10 mg Hemp+ Gummies    
Bluebird Botanicals Hemp Classic 6 x Concentrated Canna-Pet Advanced CW [Charlotte's Web] Everyday  Plus - Infused Oil Mint Chocolate CW [Charlotte's Web] Paws Elixinol Natural Drops Hemp Oil + Coconut Extract Endoca Raw Hemp Oil Highland Pharms 10 mg Hemp+ Gummies Im-Bue Em-body Mary's Nutritionals Muscle Freeze Nature's Love Organic Topical ReLeaf Salve Plus CBD Oil Capsules Plus CBD Oil Hemp Balm Extra Strength Plus CBD Oil Hemp Drops Plus CBD Oil Hemp Gummies Plus CBD Oil Hemp Softgels Plus CBD Oil Hemp Spray PrimeMyBody Nano-Enhanced Hemp Oil Revive P.M. Restore SOL CBD Pure Hemp Extract
Make sure the CBD you use passed our tests and is right for you!
Isn't your health worth it?
CBD (cannabidiol) has become popular despite the fact that the FDA has stated it cannot legally be sold as a supplement. There is preliminary evidence that it can help reduce seizures, and may help for anxiety and insomnia. It can be hard to pick the best CBD oil because product labels often don't list what they contain and, even then they do, many have been shown to be wrong. To help, we purchased and tested a variety of CBD oils and hemp extracts for people and pets. 

Our tests of CBD products revealed that two products contained less CBD than listed and one contained significantly more. Actual doses ranged from just 1.3 mg to 22.3 mg, and we found that you can't rely on listed amounts of "cannabinoids" to tell you how much CBD is in a product. We also found that the cost to obtain an equivalent amount of CBD (10 mg) ranged nearly 6-fold from 80 cents to as much as $4.54 (and $4.73 when including lotions and balms). In addition, we checked for contaminants (arsenic, lead, and cadmium) in all products. Products that were the best quality and best value were chosen as our Top Picks.

On top of everything else, we tested each product for THC, the psychoactive compound in hemp.

You must be a ConsumerLab.com member to get the full test results along with ConsumerLab.com's Top Picks and ConsumerTips on how to choose and use CBD. You'll get results for 19 popular CBD products (including oils, capsules, lotions, balms, and two specifically for pets) including 14 selected by ConsumerLab.com based on reader requests and five tested through our voluntary Quality Certification Program.

You'll get all of the following information about CBD liquids and pills in this comprehensive review:
    • Which CBD supplements passed or failed testing
    • Which CBD supplements, lotions and balms offer the best quality and value and are CL's Top Picks
    • What CBD can and cannot do for your health
    • The important difference between hemp oil and hemp extract
    • The best way to take CBD
    • The dose of CBD for specific uses and how the amounts in products compare to those shown to work in clinical trials
    • What to look for on product labels
    • Cautions about the safety and potential side effects of CBD
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