This week I’ve been trying the raw hemp oil by Endoca, following on from experimenting with their CBD whipped body butter. This vegan friendly product is produced by the Danish brand utilising 100% organic hemp with GMP quality certified standards.

How Much CBD Do You Get?

A bottle contains 300mg of CBD, which is at the low end, hence why it is at a much more affordable price.

It states on the packaging that the bottle contains 300 drops, which would be 1mg per drop. They state the recommended dosage is 1-3 drops per day on an empty stomach, but this would only equate to 1-3mg of CBD. To offer a comparison, I normally have around 37.5mg of CBD per day. I obviously have a much higher amount than the average person, being someone who tests it each day, but I find that I don’t get such great results unless I have a good 20mg of CBD.

The lab reports show that the batch I’ve got contains 341mg of a mix of CBD and CBDA, with 297 coming from CBD and 44mg from CBDA, so you get slightly above the amount stated, which is always nice to see! The other cannabinoids are shown as ‘not detected’ so they won’t have more than a trace, including THC.

The most prominent terpenoids were (in order) limonene, a-pinene, myrcene, linalool and then caryophyllene.

So my personal recommendation would be to take a full 1ml pipette at a time. If you’re trying it for the first time, you can build up to this amount. This would be 30mg of CBD, so if you haven’t had it before, you might want half a pipette, providing you with 15mg of CBD.

Being a raw hemp oil, one significant benefit is the healthy nutritional breakdown, including the presence of omega 3, omega 6 and Vitamin E. They gather all of the healthy ingredients from the miracle plant and make sure to keep it all in the liquid so you can receive all of the benefits, but being a raw hemp based product, the product can have a relatively strong taste.

If you ever want to learn about understanding lab reports, make sure to read my guide of CBD certificate of analysis.

Why Choose Endoca?

There are so many CBD brands to pick from, it can be hard to know who to put your trust in. Endoca was started by Henry Vincteny, a scientist who studied Biotechnology and Genetics, and was inspired by his trips to Africa, offering support to those who needed it the most.

The Danish company started selling online back in 2010, making it a relatively early adopter compared to the vast number of companies that have launched in the past 24 months. Now with over 2000 acres of land growing organic hemp, they’ve put their years of expertise to continuously produce a high quality range of products, consisting of oils, creams, suppositories and extracts.

Who Is This Suitable For?

Being 300mg of CBD in a bottle, this isn’t a strong product, therefore it is good for those who are looking to try CBD oil for the first time but don’t want to invest heavily.

Just the same, if you’re on a very tight budget, this might offer you a low cost solution to test the waters and see you how react. One thing I will say is you shouldn’t presume CBD doesn’t work if you don’t get the results you’re after, they also offer a 1,500mg version which will certainly have a stronger effect, albeit at a higher price range.

Where Can I Buy This From?

You can buy the Endoca raw hemp oil from their website for a very low price at £26. You can also enjoy a 10% discount with the code ‘CBDPARTNERS10’. If you have any questions before making a purchase, don’t hesitate to get in contact with me, I’m always happy to help!

By Tom Bourlet

Being based in Brighton, I have directly witnessed the CBD industry grow and prosper, albeit witnessing the difficulties around legislation and the lack of transparency. I therefore decided to become a neutral viewpoint offering genuine reviews, advice and guidance.

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