As a dietary supplement, we recommend you use up to 5 drops, 3 times per day.
Full of natural goodness, this 35% Full Spectrum extract is a popular product in our Full Strength range.
*Contains other phyto-cannabinoids and terpenes.
All of our full spectrum products contain under the legal amount of THC as outlined by the UK Home Office and MHRA, so have absolutely no trace of any psychoactive compound in them. Made up of 100% hemp, this comes in a clear bottle for easy visibility, with a glass dropper that dispenses approximately 11mg of CBD per drop with approximately 150 drops per bottle.
Another member of our High Strength CBD family, this 35% Full Spectrum extract is full of natural goodness and also contains other beneficial phyto-cannabinoids and terpenes too.
Dispense under the tongue and hold for 30-60 seconds.
The more concentrated the CBD is within a product, means that it can crystallise to some degree. We suggest immersing the bottle in hot water at a temperature of approximately 70°c for several minutes until the crystallised portions revert back to lovely liquid consistency. But don’t worry too much about that – this is natural with high quality CBD oils. Included in the box is a handy instruction card which also has a QR Code linking to an easy to follow You-Tube video. Simple!
Each 10ml bottle contains a whopping 3500mg of CBD – that’s 17.5mg per drop. This vastly reduces the number of CBD drops you need to take if you are looking to increase your CBD daily intake.
This is one of the highest strength whole plant CBD oils on the market and is suitable for customers experienced in taking CBD looking to get maximum milligrams of CBD in a single drop.
Like all our CBD oil products, our 35% CBD oil comes from 100% natural Dutch hemp and is extracted using CO2 – the cleanest and safest extraction method on the market. CO2 also preserves vital phytonutrients such as minor cannabinoids and terpenes like Limonene, Pinene and Myrcene, which are found in our full spectrum CBD oils.
Instructions for use:
Place under the tongue using the dropper provided, holding for 60 seconds before swallowing. Start with 1 drop 3 times a day, gradually building up until achieving desired effect. Always listen to your body.
High-potency CBD oils in particular amplify concerns about contamination. As Ronay explained, concentrating for potency involves concentrating everything else in and on the hemp plant, too. “How do you know what’s in it or what’s safe? People are looking for a cure and for health and facing the unknown,” Ronay said.
According to Hempassion, each milliliter of Nature’s Nectar CBD oil contains 20 drops, and each drop contains about 20 milligrams of cannabidiol. Two or three drops under the tongue is all you need for a therapeutically significant dose of this ultra-high potency CBD oil. This is a product that highlights the cost savings of purchasing more concentrated CBD oils.
As a result of all these variables, CBD oils can vary dramatically in color, consistency, and flavor, even before taking strength into account. And strength largely depends on how a CBD oil is formulated. At one end of the spectrum, there’s CBD isolate , the strongest and purest form of CBD available. Using solvents or supercritical gases, manufacturers extract cannabidiol from every part of the hemp plant , producing a crystalized form of CBD that’s typically above 99% pure. CBD isolate isn’t an oil, per se. Instead, manufacturers suspend it in a carrier oil until it reaches the desired concentration.
MyNaturalCBD — 5,000 milligrams Full-Spectrum Hemp Oil Tincture (30 milliliters)
At minimum, CBD oil consists of these two essential ingredients: cannabidiol and a carrier oil. But most products contain much more. Depending on the source of the CBD and how it gets extracted, concentrated, and processed, CBD oils can contain other cannabinoids such as THC and plant compounds including terpenes, flavonoids and other phytonutrients . The carrier oil can also add other ingredients to the oil, especially if derived from hemp or cannabis. Finally, some manufacturers might add aromatic ingredients such as essential oils to their finished products.
At first glance, measuring the strength of a CBD oil seems simple. Read the label to see how much CBD a product contains, and voila. But because CBD oils can be isolates, distillates, or broad-spectrum, determining strength can be a bit tricky. Moreover, some product labels can make it harder to know exactly how strong a product is, or how potent a dose it provides. So we’ll start there, with the product label of a CBD oil itself. Then, we’ll take a look at how testing labs measure the strength of a CBD oil, and how that connects with what’s on the label.
A high-potency CBD oil like this allows you to fine-tune your dosage. Each drop contains a little more than 8 milligrams of CBD. With four or five drops, and you’ve reached that 35-milligram-per-dose benchmark. A 0.5 milliliter dose would deliver 84 milligrams of CBD.
In the middle of isolate-based oils and full-spectrum oils, you’ll find CBD distillates . Less refined than isolates, distillates contain more of the source plants’ cannabinoids, terpenes, flavonoids and other compounds. But they’re more refined than broad-spectrum oils. Distillates are more common in states with legal cannabis markets, since they usually contain more THC than the 0.3% limit set by federal law with the signing of the 2018 Farm Bill.