I’ll be looking at a very unique CBD brand and business proposal, something that stands out in the crowd, but seems all the more logical as you look into it, especially when you see the price tag. I got the two tincture, 1 month subscription to test and review the product, which is 1 of 3 options they offer.

So What’s The Deal With The Subscription?

Basically, you get CBD oil delivered to you each and every month, signing up to a recurring payment. This is perfect for CBD brands, as they have a guaranteed customer each month, while it’s perfect for the customer as they don’t have to remember to order some more each time they run out.

You can either sign up to 1 tincture per month for £25, 2 tinctures for £40 or 4 tinctures for £65. Each tincture contains 1,000mg of CBD, therefore you can benefit from economies of scale if spending more, depending on how much you require.

One Size Fits All

Unlike other CBD brands, they only have one SKU type, so there are no 500mg or 1,500mg tinctures, just the 1,000mg CBD oil in a 10ml bottle and if you want more, you just order extras, as detailed above.

A single drop from the tincture contains 5mg of CBD, with 200 drops from a single bottle. You can therefore adjust how much you take based on what you require. For example, I might have 10-15m in the morning, so 2-3 drops, whereas before bed I tend to have 20-30mg of CBD, meaning 4-6 drops. I do have more than the average person it should be stated, purely due to the large quantity that I’m testing, so you might find 20mg in the whole day is the perfect amount.

They also use MCT oil as the carrier oil, something I’m quite a fan of and now seen as the go-to option.

The Price Comparison

The Tincture Club are selling the 1,000mg CBD 10ml bottles at a surprisingly low price. To offer a comparison, the equivalent with Elitemii is £55.99, with Iamtruth is £49.99, Flora Farmacy is £49.99 and All Round CBD charge £39.99. This shows the variance in price, with all the above brands offering a great quality product that I strongly trust.

They state directly on their website that they are able to offer this incredibly low price as they have a unique manufacturer to consumer business model, making it highly price competitive with the UK and EU market.

Third Party Lab Test Results

It is imperative to check the certificate of analysis before making a purchase. These should normally be available from a product page, or otherwise you can contact a brand directly to request this (if they don’t provide it, do not purchase anything with them).

The Tincture Club also provide a QR code on the side of their products, which you can scan, taking you through to their website and allowing you to easily access the lab reports for that batch.

The batch number, which you should also see on your lab report, will be on the bottom of the packaging for the tincture. This is nice, as it is showing me the exact batch I have gained, rather than an analysis conducted 18 months ago (I have received plenty of these, which doesn’t fill me with trust).

The lab report, conducted by Phytovista, highlights that it has the stated quantity of CBD, along with a small portion of CBDV, but no other cannabinoids present. THC levels were not detected in the test.

Where Can I Order This From?

You can sign up and subscribe on the website for The Tincture Club. They also offer free delivery in the UK, meaning the price you see is the end price. Also, you should be able to get 10% off your first order if you use the discount code ‘cbdsloth10’.

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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