True Full Spectrum™ CBD Drops harness the full range of the hemp plant – including THC – to bring you enhanced relaxation, rest, recovery, and well-being. Available in two delicious flavors, Citrus & Mint Chocolate.
With 2mg of THC and a 5:1 ratio of CBD to other beneficial cannabinoids, our True Full Spectrum CBD Drops are the most advanced tincture on the market. Whether you’re a longtime CBD lover or looking to try something new, our True Full Spectrum is perfect for diving into a deeper CBD experience. Sublingual ingestion optimizes absorption and easy digestion.
• Made from organically grown hemp in the USA
• Whole plant power in a classic CBD format
• Available in Citrus and Chocolate Mint
• 3 sizes for your needs
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Our products are third-party tested to confirm accuracy and ensure THC levels are below the legal limit of .3% THC (by weight).
Due to the presence of THC, users of this product may test positive for cannabinoids in a drug test. May cause drowsiness. Do not drive or operate heavy machinery after use.
True Full Spectrum™ CBD Oil FAQ
What is the difference between CBD oil and full spectrum CBD oil?
CBD isolate oil is the pure form of CBD without any other cannabinoids present. Full spectrum CBD oil contains a variety of cannabis plant extracts, including essential oils, terpenes, CBD, and other cannabinoids.
Will full spectrum CBD oil make you high?
Although full spectrum CBD oil contains a low amount of THC, no more than 0.3%, it is not enough to make you high if you take the recommended dose.
Does full spectrum CBD oil show up in a drug test?
Although full spectrum CBD contains the federally legal amount of THC, no more than 0.3%, it may still show up on a drug test. We advise you not to consume full spectrum CBD if you are subject to a drug test.
How do you take full spectrum CBD oil?
We suggest you take one serving by dropping the oil under your tongue, and holding it there for 15-20 seconds.
Is full spectrum CBD Oil legal in all US states?
Yes. According to the 2018 Farm Bill, hemp derived CBD products are legal in the United States, as long as they don’t contain more than 0.3% THC.