We’ve revamped our Tasty Drops line to bring you a better, more potent CBD supplement to achieve your 2016 goals. These new tinctures have 150mg CBD per 15ml for a stronger than ever concentration. If you’re familiar with hemp, or cannabis in general, you know there’s many different compounds found in the oil. The most common are CBD and THC. As always, the psychoactive compound, THC, is found in Tasty Drops at only trace amounts (less than 0.3%). Meanwhile, the new formula boasts a potent combination of CBD and CBDa.
Another new addition to the Tasty Drops formula is our proprietary blend of terpenes. Derived from various plants such as hemp, lavender, clary sage, and more, terpenes are suggested to work synergistically with CBD and even offer their own benefits.
Tasty Drops is manufactured in a GMP facility licensed by the state of Michigan and regulated by the FDA.
CBD and CBDa
Typically, compounds like CBD and THC don’t exist in the hemp plant without some help. They start out as CBDa and THCa, only dropping the “a” when heated. This heating process is called decarboxylation and is very common in most hemp oil supplements on the market to achieve as much CBD as possible. However, it may be a mistake to rid the oil of CBDa. According to recent studies, CBDa may be equally as promising as CBD, if not more.
- 0.5oz (15ml) with 150mg CBD (CBD+CBDa combination)
- 1oz (30ml) with 300mg CBD (CBD+CBDa combination)
Each option contains the same CBD+CBDa concentration, with 150mg per 15ml. There’s 7.5mg of CBD per 15 drops. At the recommended serving size of 15 drops, you’ll get 20 servings from the 0.5oz and 40 servings from the 1oz.
- Chocolate Mint
- Canadian Maple
We carefully developed these flavors to provide the best aroma and suppress the hempy taste you’d find in an unflavored variety.
Raw Hemp Oil, Hemp Seed Oil, Grapeseed Oil, Terpenes, Food Grade Flavorings
Do not take if pregnant or lactating. Always consult a medical doctor before modifying your diet or using any new product. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. These statements have not been evaluated by the food and drug administration (FDA).