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Plus CBD Oil (CV Sciences)

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You can count on Plus CBD Oil for safe, well-tested products at versatile concentrations.

True price: $0.09/mg to $0.72/mg
Product selection: Oils, sprays, soft gels, capsules, gummies, and topical balms
Isolates or full spectrum: Full spectrum
Dosage range: 50 mg to 2,000 mg
Pet products: No

$12.95 from CV Sciences

The Good
Good transparency and quality control • Informative website • Bulk options

The Bad
Concerns about taste • Doses per serving run low • Can be expensive

The Bottom Line
Plus CBD Oil offers potent, high-quality products in relatively small doses with few frills or flavors.

Who they are: CV Sciences is a publicly-traded company with two branches: pharmaceuticals and consumer products. The subsidiary Plus CBD Oil offers CBD products. Big corporations are not generally known for transparency, but Plus CBD Oil emphasizes it. They trademarked Seed to Shelf™, which is surprising on many levels. In a nutshell, it means they oversee all stages of their supply chain.

Plus CBD sources non-GMO hemp from the European Union to overcome limited domestic supply. Their laboratory follows Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP). QR-coded certificates of analysis are published on the site. These third-party lab tests cover potency, microbes, pesticides, solvents, and heavy metals. Nice! Oil is created using CO2 extraction and in some cases distillation. They are certified through the U.S. Hemp Authority, demonstrating strict self-regulation standards.

Why they’re unique:  Plus CBD Oil harnesses its significant resources in the right direction. Linking QR codes to lab tests is one example. The site also features educational videos to help make sense of CBD science. Their oil was used in scientific research to support the Generally Recognized as Safe (GRAS) Independent Conclusion for hemp CBD.

What products they have: Oils (tinctures and oral applicators), mouth sprays, soft gels and capsules, gummies, and topical balms. Products come in three varieties: raw, total, or gold. It’s confusing, so let’s break it down.

Raw has the lowest actual CBD and comes straight from extraction. Total adds decarboxylation, breaking down CBDA to create more CBD (14-16%). Gold runs the oil through distillation toward even higher concentrations of CBD (24-26%). The raw oil tincture offers 1 mg per serving; the gold version delivers 3 mg per serving. Some complain that doses are too low to be effective. But there are options – the largest gold tincture has 1,500 mg CBD with 9 mg per serving. Choosing higher concentrations and larger quantities is more cost-effective. Flavors are limited, and peppermint may be your best bet.

Less conventional offerings include an olive oil mouth spray and oral applicators. The oral applicators are concentrated without fillers or carriers, and customers should be prepared for the “natural, earthy taste.” The company offers all-natural, gelatin-free gummies. You heard me: zero gelatin! Customers can also find soft gels at raw, total, and gold strengths. Manufacturers and product producers can take advantage of CBD oil bulk options.

Denise C. left this review: “I am completely satisfied! I am no longer paying too much money for lesser-quality products to get the healthy effects of CBD. I am now a loyal client and have referred friends and medical professionals to this product and company.”

Customer njo_14 had this to say: “I like the spray. The Mocha tasted like burnt coffee. Will return to the peppermint.”

Bonus: Plus CBD Oil offers free shipping for orders over $75. They are also running a buy 4, get 1 free promotion.

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