This is the first of four Naturecan nut butters I will be reviewing, but obviously I jumped straight for the one titled ‘milk chocolate with cacao nibs’. Laid out on a piece of toast, this was a fun review experiment each morning for a week (who could imagine I’d be reviewing peanut butter once I grew up). Read on for my full review and check in to find out about the other nut butters.
How Much CBD Do You Get?
In a 180g tub you get 90mg of CBD. However, you’re hardly going to have that all in one go, so a portion size on average is around 15g of nut butter, which means you’ll get 7.5mg of CBD.
Their third party lab test results show that they’ve got the stated CBD content, with no trace of THC, performed by Marfleet Analytical Services. However, the certificate of analysis doesn’t dive into the other cannabinoids, therefore I can’t tell if there is a presence of the likes of CBG or CBDV.
If you wanted a bit more CBD in your system, you could always combine having some toast and nut butter in the morning with an added Naturecan CBD gummy.
How Many Calories Are In A Serving?
A 15 gram serving of the CBD milk chocolate nut butter will provide you with 83 calories. Of course, this doesn’t take into account any bread you will be having. The calories predominantly come from fat (6.5g), of which 2 grams are saturated.
This is as you’d expect, with 77% of the ingredients being peanuts. CBD requires a fatty source in order to absorb sufficiently (hence why you normally get something like MCT oil or virgin hemp oil mixed into your CBD oil).
A number of peanut butters are actually quite high in salt, so I was happy to see a serving only contains 0.01g of salt. This is why we have seen such an emergence of natural peanut butters, containing virtually no salt added.
One thing I’ll say is the average serving size in general for peanut butter is 2 tablespoons, which is around 32 grams, meaning if you are eating around that amount, you will have to double the stated nutritional info. You would also be getting around 15mg of CBD based on this measurement.
Why Buy A CBD Nut Butter?
A lot of people don’t like the taste of CBD oil. On the other hand, you simply can’t taste the hemp in this milk chocolate CBD infused nut butter, so it allows you to get your daily requirement without the bad taste.
Of course, the other side is because it’s pretty fun to have CBD in other products, whether it’s a CBD gummy or a cup of tea, so I have loved reviewing these.
Where Can I Buy This From?
You can purchase the Naturecan CBD Infused Nut Butter Milk Chocolate with cacao nibs from their website for £6.99. Of course, if you’d rather a bigger pot, you can opt for the 400g tub, which costs £11.99.