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Ah, Martha Stewart. I was really looking forward to seeing what she was going to add to the CBD world, and I’m afraid it’s just a super safe CBD Isolate product. We’re big fans of her pet CBD products. They’re great and would recommend them for any furry friend. But this oil? Hmm. It’s essentially white labeled hemp, and the highly visible association with Canopy Growth feels like the heavy hand of corporate cannabis to me. These Martha Stewart CBD Meyer Lemon Drops contain four ingredients: CBD Isolate, MCT Oil, natural flavors, and Stevia. Normally, we’d celebrate a CBD product with this simple of an ingredient list. But this also happen to be my least favorite combination. Mostly because it’s perhaps the safest and most ubiquitous.
Now don’t get me wrong, Martha knows how to make a great tasting product, and I do believe she helped formulate the flavor. And maybe we’re holding her to a higher standard given her reputation. But industrial isolate hemp CBD isn’t what we’d expect from Martha Stewart. She’s bespoke! There is a decent amount of CBD for the dollar here. Even if it is isolate. I would totally willing to try a full-spectrum product formulated by her, and I await the day that more and more celebrities and big names get comfortable diving into CBD. – Willy Christie
WHAT IS THIS PRODUCT?
It’s a THC-free isolate CBD oil manufactured by Canopy Growth and marketed under the Martha Stewart brand. Martha promotes this CBD herself and the New York Times even wrote a giant article on her new line last year. The headline of the article is “Martha Stewart, Blissed Out on CBD, is Doing Just Fine.” We’re not sure that’s the headline we’d write, but then again, maybe that’s why we don’t work for the New York Times.
WHO ARE THESE Martha Stewart CBD Meyer Lemon Drops FOR?
Well, the Martha Stewart CBD website offers up some conclusions as to who this product is for. They polled “118 independent panelists” who used their oils and asked them what happened. Here are the results:
An independent panel of people who have used Shop Canopy CBD Oils* agree:
– 81% agreed they “Help me feel calm”
– 79% agreed they “Help me feel relaxed”
– 71% agreed they “Help me manage everyday feelings of stress”
We can’t vouch for any of these results, but thought we’d share.
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HOW MUCH CBD IS IN THIS CBD PRODUCT?
Each bottle has 750mgs of isolate CBD.
WILL THIS GET YOU HIGH?
No. Since it doesn’t have any THC in it, it would be hard for it to get you high. Sadly, it’s also missing some of the fantastic cannabinoids you find in broad and full spectrum CBD products.
HOW MUCH Martha Stewart CBD Meyer Lemon Drops SHOULD YOU TAKE?
They suggest taking 1 dropper full (25mgs) 1-2 times per day with food. We always suggest starting on the lower side first. And, as always, consult your doctor before starting or increasing any CBD dose.
HOW LONG WILL IT TAKE TO BECOME EFFECTIVE?
Honestly, who knows. And we’re not even being flippant. Everyone is different, so it may take an hour, or it may take a month. We always recommend trying a CBD product for 2-4 weeks to reach it’s full benefits. That may sound like a long time, but good things come to those who wait.
ARE THESE Martha Stewart CBD Meyer Lemon Drops LEGAL?
Yes. It has no THC and the 2018 Farm Bill made all CBD products with less than 0.3% federally legal. Hooray!
IS THIS PRODUCT TESTED AND CERTIFIED?
Yes, all Canopy Growth/Martha Stewart CBD products are lab tested. You have to buy the product first, then put the lot number into their website. Which we find a little annoying. We wish they made all their lab results widely available whether you bought the product or not.
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