THE GREENEST SAYS:
One product, two ingredients. The Lord Jones Royal Oil packs 1000 mg of CBD into a 30 ml bottle. The cost per mg of CBD is already low, in addition to this being a multi-purpose product that can be ingested or applied to the skin make the Royal Oil a no-brainer. We don’t love it all, though. We’d love to see a bit more of where they get their hemp from. As of now, it seems like this is mostly from industrial hemp. And not from a fun little farm in the middle of some Americana landscape. Not that industrial hemp is necessarily bad. It’s just not as good as it could be. Plus, I’d like to see Lord Jones stand behind the quality of their products by making their lab results accessible without the requirement of entering a batch number.
WHAT IS THE LORD JONES ROYAL OIL?
Lord Jones Royal Oil is made with only two ingredients — broad spectrum hemp-derived CBD oil and pure grapeseed oil. This all-purpose CBD oil can be taken orally or applied topically and is free from artificial flavors, colors, and additives.
WHO IS THIS PRODUCT FOR?
As a broad spectrum CBD oil, the THC is removed while the hemp plant’s naturally occurring compounds are preserved. Lord Jones Royal Oil is an excellent option for those who want all the benefits of CBD without the psychoactive effects of THC. This is a vegan product free of sugar, gluten, and alcohol. And since it is broad spectrum it contains quite a few cannabinoids (all except THC) and a handful of terpenes, phytonutrients and essential fatty acids. This makes it well-suited for anyone with dietary preferences or sensitivities. Since this CBD oil can be ingested or absorbed through the skin, it reduces the need to buy two separate products.
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HOW MUCH CBD IS IN IT?
Each 30ml bottle contains 1,000 mg of CBD. A full dropper contains approximately 40 mg of CBD.
WILL THIS LORD JONES ROYAL OIL GET YOU HIGH?
No. Since there is no THC in this broad spectrum CBD product, so you will not experience any psychoactive effects. But a word of warning: some broad-spectrum CBD products have the tiniest traces of THC. It won’t be enough to get you high, but it could show up on certain drug tests. So it’s best to stick to isolate CBD if a drug test is a concern.
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HOW MUCH LORD JONES ROYAL OIL SHOULD YOU TAKE?
One full dropper is equal to one serving. It is always best to start low and slow with a quarter or half a dropper, making adjustments from there. Important note: Don’t let the dropper touch your tongue (or any part of your body) while taking. That could bring bacteria back into the bottle when you put the dropper back. If the dropper does touch anything, always watch and sterilize it thoroughly before putting back into the bottle.
HOW LONG WILL IT TAKE TO BECOME EFFECTIVE?
The time between consumption and feeling the effects of CBD can vary based on a variety of factors, such as potency, dosage, and body weight. When ingested, CBD oil can take up to 45 minutes before a user will experience the effects. When applied topically, CBD oil typically takes 10 to 15 minutes to become effective.
IS THIS PRODUCT LEGAL?
This is a broad spectrum CBD product and contains no THC, making it legal in all 50 states. You can send it to someone you love in the mail.
DID LORD JONES TEST AND CERTIFY THIS PRODUCT?
All Lord Jones products are tested by independent third-party ISO certified labs. To access the test results enter the lot code for the product (found imprinted on the bottle/jar or the label) on their website. They also offer discounts to teachers, military personnel and medical personnel as well.
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Dr. Neil Shah is a licensed physician practicing in Southern California. A prolific research scientist committed to both academic medicine and clinic medicine communities, Dr. Shah has received several awards from the start of his medical career including a full-ride merit scholarship to cover his tuition in medical school at the University of Wisconsin in Madison, where he graduated in 2018.