It wasn’t easy picking a winner but we got there.
And here is why Hempura edged it for me:
A leading brand in the market with a good range of CBD oils.However, its on the pricey side.
Lovely website with lots of information.
A big variety of CBD products, from oils to Vape.
Quite a lot of their lines are listed as "out of stock".
The packaging seems rather basic, and the product imaging is poor.
And never responded to the email i sent to their customer service as a test.Price range similar to Provacan.
This scotland-based company prides itself on its extremely high quality Alpine hemp.
A nice range of CBD products will have something for everyone.
Prices are very reasonable too.
If i would have one gripe is that the website lacks information around the topic; but otherwise a terrific-looking brand.
Aura is a large international supplier of CBD oil.
You can usually get good discounts with them.
Their CBD oil range is large and promises extra flavanoids and terpenes as well as CBD.
I don't like the sound of "dosage cards" with products though.
Cannot recommend dosages for a medicinally un-licensed product. A slip-up in my opinion.
Big range of products and reasonable prices.
They also have a physical store in west London.
It would be nice if they publish lab reports which they claim to have, rather than referring to them.
And never responded to my customer service email (which i sent out as a test).
CBD is one of the main compounds found in Cannabis.
We think it has medicinal benefits.
THC is another compound in Cannabis just like CBD.
The major difference is that THC causes psychoactive side effects, such hallucinations and drowsiness.
Huge variation in brand quality
Legal status can be a grey area in certain countries