CBD Flavoured Oil
What is flavoured CBD Oil?
Flavoured CBD Oil is derived from the resin glands in flowers of the cannabis plant. The oil found within these glands will often differ in quality and quantity, depending from which different strains of the cannabis plant they are extracted. In addition flavourings are added to complement the natural earthy tones of the full spectrum CBD oil products you see below.
How is CBD Oil extracted?
The CBD is extracted using a CO2 fluid extracted CBD ensuring all the phytonutrients including a full range of full spectrum cannabinoids and terpenes which are GMO and pesticide free, and contain less than 0.2% THC (making them non-psychoactive & legal for consumption in the UK).
How can I take flavoured CBD Oil?
Flavoured CBD Oil's are the perfect compliment to a healthy diet, providing you with a great way to nourish, indulge and delight. I wouldn't recommend adding them to your cup of Tea or Coffee, as this will often require a water soluble version. Instead, you should focus on sublingual consumption, dropping it under your tongue and holding it there to increase it's absorption into the blood stream, before swallowing the rest. When it comes to time waiting, most flavoured CBD oil's state 30-60 seconds under your tongue, but from our experience we would actually recommend holding it under your tongue for 2 minutes, so it could be worth doing this while watching TV.
Why should I choose a flavoured version over unflavoured CBD oil?
There are a number of factors why peolpe might opt for a flavoured version, but the most common reason is that many people simply don't like the taste of unflavoured CBD oil. It has a distinctive flavour which can be offputting for many. If you can handle the taste of unflavoured then you might want to stick to this, often finding it cheaper per mg of CBD than most flavoured options, but if you struggle with the taste then this is a great option. There are an increasing number of flavours available, from lychee to wild strawberry, so you might want to experiment with a few flavours over time before settling on a favourite.