MaxCBD Wellness is a Florida based CBD brand that is starting to make waves across the world, utilising industrial hemp grown in Oregon. With a range of products, combing oils and topical treatments, this is the first of two reviews I will be completing on the MaxCBD Wellness range.

How Much CBD Do You Get?

The tincture I have been sent is 1,000mg of CBD, while they also stock a300mg and 2,500mg CBD oil on their website.

It should be reminded that it is common in the USA for the tinctures to be in a 30ml bottle (it’s most commonly 10ml in the UK), meaning each 1ml dropper contains 33.33mg of CBD.

They recommend taking 1-2 droppers per day, being 33-66mg of CBD. I tend to have around 40mg of CBD per day, therefore I went for around 1 and a quarter droppers an hour before going to bed.

While this brand also stocks an isolate product, this oil contains various other cannabinoids, terpenes and flavonoids, helping you to benefit from the entourage effect.

The lab report highlighted that there was 34.7mg of CBD per ml, working out as 1,041mg in a 30ml tincture.

Beyond this, it also contained 12.39mg of CBG, as well as 33.6mg of THC.

Is The Hemp Organically Grown?

Yes, MaxCBD Wellness use 100% organic ingredients in their CBD oil, which is imperative with hemp as it is so highly porous, meaning it would soak up any pesticides or chemical fertilisers and would be present in the oil if not.

Also, the lab report illustrates that there was no presence of pesticides or heavy metals in the oil, which is always worth checking before making an order.

What Carrier Oil Do They Use?

MaxCBD Wellness use MCT oil in their CBD oil, derived from coconuts and seen as the industry standard for carrier oils.

Medium chain triglycerides will help to increase the bioavailability of the CBD after consumption so it can enter your bloodstream more efficiently.

A little added bonus to this is that MCT provides a great source of energy (trust me, I used to take MCT before a workout and loved the results) and can help you to lose weight.

How Does It Taste?

They don’t add flavouring to this product, something I prefer as I often find when brands are trying to make it taste great, they often sacrifice the terpenes and cannabinoids to ensure a great flavouring can be added and effect the taste.

The natural flavouring tastes great to me, but it also doesn’t have that strong aftertaste that some CBD oil’s have.

Where Can I Buy This From?

You can order the MaxCBD Wellness Max Relief 1,000mg Full Spectrum CBD Oil from their website for $89, which works out as £66.13 at time of writing.

They also offer free shipping worldwide on orders over $50, which is applicable to this product.

If you’re wanting a different strength or are working to a different budget, you can order the 300mg strength for $39 or the 2,500mg CBD oil for $169.

If you’re ordering in the USA then you can expect your delivery within 2-4 business days, whereas if you’re ordering from further afield, then you can expect your order to arrive within 7-10 business days. The delivery is handled by USPS and DHL services.

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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