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The Greenest Says:
Here we have the Relieve CBD tincture from Bloom Farms. Same clean and simple ingredients, same cleanliness, just half the potency as the Recover. This is better for someone looking to dial in their specific dosage, or an individual that finds a relatively mild dose of CBD is great for their wellness regimen. – Willy Christie
What is the Relieve CBD Tincture?
The Relieve CBD Tincture is a full spectrum product made by Bloom Farms. The product is made using a flash activation method that ensures minimal damage to cannabinoids and terpenes. The tincture contains only two ingredients, hemp extracts and coconut oil. It has an earthy and natural taste that proves the tincture’s connection to the hemp plant.
How Much CBD is in it?
This tincture contains 600 mg of CBD.
Will This Get You High?
No. The tincture is a full spectrum product, meaning it contains other cannabinoids in addition to CBD. This includes THC. However there is not enough THC to produce psychoactive effects or a high.
How Much Should You Take?
Bloom Farms recommends an initial serving of 1/4 ml. There are about 5 mg of CBD in 1/4 ml.
Bloom Farms says it can take up to 45 minutes before you will feel the effects from the tincture. But each CBD product and brand can affect people differently. Some will take longer, while others could feel the effects in a shorter amount of time. As we like to say, start low and go slow until you find the sweet spot for you.
Is This Product Legal?
Yes. While the tincture does contain THC, it is within the legal limit of 0.3%. Therefore it’s legal in all 50 states.
Is This Product Tested and Certified?
Yes, Bloom Farms tests all of their products and posts the results on their website. Additionally, Bloom Farms delivered accurately-labeled test results by a third party lab test run by Leafly in November of 2019.