Seedsman CBD have assessed this product to have a Mild CBD Strength
- Produced in the Netherlands
- Easy-to-use spray bottle
- Certified Organic
- Contains CBD, CBDa and other cannabinoids
- CBD oil and olive oil blend
- Hemp Extract
- Olive Oil
1-2 sprays under the tongue once daily, ideally with food.
- For oral use only. This product can not be vapourised.
Dutch CBD Oil Spray (2.5%) by Love CBD is an easy-to-use product that comes in a discreet 20ml bottle.
This spray combines 10ml of CBD oil and 10ml of olive oil to ensure ease of consumption and a palatable taste. The CBD and olive oil blend also ensures that the product is thinner than conventional CBD oils, making it the perfect consistency for spraying under the tongue.
As its name infers, Dutch CBD Oil spray was produced from hemp cultivated in the Netherlands, without the use of pesticides, artificial fertilisers or harmful chemicals. This full-spectrum spray contains around 500mg of CBD alongside a number of other phyto-cannabinoids, including CBDa, the carboxylated, or raw version of CBD.
This Mild Strength product is ideal for those looking for a fast, discreet and palatable dose of cannabidiol.> Love CBD Dutch Oil Spray is also available in a 1.5% CBD version
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Love CBD is a family-run U.K. enterprise located in Newmarket, Suffolk. It was established at a time when the only CBD oils that were available were produced from industrial hemp waste material left over from other processes. Love CBD saw the potential for much higher quality hemp extracts processed from purpose-grown hemp flowers.
The hemp for Love CBD products is grown without any chemical intervention at all. That means no herbicides, pesticides or man-made fertilisers. In fact hemp is such a hardy, vigorously-growing plant that it grows very well unaided.
Amongst the products in Love CBD's range the Entourage Oil is particularly noteworthy due to its incorporating an assortment of legal cannabis plants from around the globe which provide a wide spectrum of cannabinoids. It gets its name from the Entourage Effect, a concept defined by Raphael Mechoulam, the discoverer of both THC and CBD who posited the notion that cannabinoids are more effective when administered together.