3000mg = 100mg of CBD per dropper
Suggested Use: Place one full dropper, 1mL, under your tongue each morning or evening and adjust usage as needed. Consult with your physician for optimal dosage.
The CBD Tincture — our bedrock, best-selling product — is crafted to seamlessly fit into your every day life. It’s a focused, refined isolate that promotes a healthy lifestyle and introduces balance that helps to transform your daily ritual.
Warnings: Keep out of the reach of children.
1000mg = 33mg of CBD per dropper
Below is a breakdown of milligrams per dropper (mL), based on the strength of our different CBD tinctures. There are 30 1mL servings in each bottle:
500mg = 16mg of CBD per dropper
If you're after a pure CBD isolate, you can't go wrong with Medterra's high-quality—but still affordable—CBD oil. Its CO2 extraction process removes 100% of THC, leaving just absolute, high-strength CBD infused in organic MCT oil. Medterra also offers a high-potency broad-spectrum CBD oil that contains 2,000 milligrams of CBD and runs at $100 per bottle. With various flavors to choose from, such as citrus and strawberry mint, this is a tasty alternative to the unflavored isolate.
CBD has an incredible array of health benefits. Studies indicate that CBD may provide pain relief, reduce inflammation, and even ease anxiety, depression, and psychosis. Some of these conditions, though may require a strong dose of CBD in order for a person to experience relief, and this is where high-potency CBD oil comes in. You should never start out taking an extra-strong CBD oil if this is your first time trying CBD—start with an average-strength CBD oil (something between 500 and 750 milligrams per 30 milliliter bottle) and play around with the dosage to see what works best for you.
Best Broad Spectrum: Joy Organics Broad Spectrum CBD Oil
Strength: 3,000 mg per 30 mL bottle (100 mg CBD per 1 mL dropper)
Strength: 1,350 mg per 30 mL bottle (45 mg per 1 mL dropper)
However, full spectrum can have a notable THC content. While full spectrum CBD products will not get you "high" because they contain only trace amounts of the primary psychoactive ingredient within the cannabis plant (less than 0.3%, according to federal regulations), some consumers prefer to eschew the compound altogether.