Organic CBD Oil with THC
Everyday Cannabis Full Spectrum CBD Oil is USDA Organic and Kosher Certified. Unlike many brands of CBD tinctures that claim high degrees of quality, our brand has the certifications to prove it — at a price point that's consistent with our company's mission.
We don't sell low potency CBD oil because we feel it isn't as effective, and ultimately costs more per mg of CBD.
Our CBD Oil has a strength of approx. 1800 mg of CBD and 75 mg of THC per 30 ml bottle. Each 1 ml dropper will contain approx. 60 mg of CBD and 2.5 mg of THC. If you desire a lower dose, simply ingest less oil.
We suggest taking between 1/4 ml (1/4 of a dropper) and 1 ml (a full dropper) of our oil twice a day with meals.
Our Natural Flavor CBD Oil is made with organically grown American hemp and has no added flavorings.
Our Mint Flavor CBD Oil is made with organically grown American hemp and has added natural flavoring that adds a subtle mint flavor which compliments the great taste of our CBD oil rather than masking it.
It has been suggested that THC and CBD work together with other cannabinoids in what is known as the "entourage effect". The entourage effect is often referred to as a "beneficial synergy" and several studies suggest that "a whole plant extract had a superior effect to purified cannabinoid". Our high quality standards and Kosher alcohol extraction technique results in our CBD drops having a higher THC to CBD ratio and a greater variety of flavonoids and cannabinoids than many other brands, which maximizes the potential for the entourage effect.
Instructions and Ingredients
Instructions for Use
This tincture has a little over 1800 mg of CBD and 75 mg of THC per 30 ml bottle, which means that each full 1 ml dropper has slightly over 60 mg of CBD and 2.5 mg of THC.
If you're a new user of CBD tinctures, we'd suggest starting off with about 1/4 of a dropper 2-3 times a day, and going up from there based off your response.
The best results will likely be achieved after 2-3 weeks of consistent, daily use. Check out our CBD FAQ to learn more.
We also suggest using a sublingual application technique through which you drop the oil under your tongue and allow it to sit there for 20-30 seconds prior to swallowing. Research has supported this method as increasing the bioavailability of CBD Oil compared to simple oral ingestion.
Shake well before use. Store in a cool, dry place away from direct light.
Natural Flavor: Organic MCT Oil, Organic Hemp Extract
Mint Flavor: Organic MCT Oil, Organic Hemp Extract, Organic Flavor Mint Type (Organic Sunflower Oil, Natural Flavors)
USDA Certified Organic CBD Oil
It would seem as if there are more CBD brands on the market than most people can keep track of, with even more new ones popping up all the time. In such a flooded and unregulated market, how can one know if the CBD they are intending to purchase is of high quality? We feel that one of the best ways to tell if your CBD product is of superior quality is by ensuring that it has been harvested and processed in accordance with USDA Organic guidelines. These guidelines essentially mandate that the product(s) bearing their seal has been grown and produced in a safe manner consistent with nature. As such, a great way to help ensure that the CBD product you are using is of safe and natural origin is by verifying that it's stamped with the USDA Organic Seal.
Examples of USDA Organic Seals
Many Companies Make False Claims About Their Organic CBD Products
We've seen numerous other CBD companies that often make claims about the "organic" products that they are selling, without actually having any branded USDA Certified Organic products bearing the USDA Organic Seal. It's important to realize that if they don't have the Seal, it's likely that their products have not actually been certified and/or had organic oversight.
In the emerging CBD and legal cannabis markets, it's just as important as it ever was for customers to know what they are buying so that they can avoid the many unscrupulous, fly-by-night sellers.
You Can Trust Everyday Cannabis USDA Certified Organic CBD Tinctures
At this time, the American CBD industry is essentially unregulated. We feel as if many companies are selling low-quality products, and are more focused on their marketing than their social responsibility.
Did you know that hemp/cannabis pulls toxins and heavy metals from the ground as it grows? It does, and this process is known as phytoremediation. The obvious upside of this is that cannabis plants may be used to help rid contaminated ground of harmful pollutants. The downside being that if hemp grown on non-organic, contaminated soil would be used for extraction, it's highly possible that some of these harmful pollutants could end up in your CBD oil. You can help mitigate such risks by ensuring that your CBD products have seals of quality such as USDA Organic Certification, are made with American grown hemp, and have undergone third-party testing.
Everyday Cannabis CBD Oil is Made With Third-Party Tested Hemp Extract
In addition to our premium CBD Oil being USDA Organic and Kosher Certified, it's important to also realize that full-panel tested extract is used in our manufacturing process. This means that the extract used in the production of our wellness products has been third-party tested for such things as fungus, pesticides, and heavy-metals: risks associated with the phytoremediation aspect of cannabis. We took the extra step of using fully-tested, USDA certified organic extract to ensure that nothing but the best possible ingredients are used in the production of our world-class CBD Wellness Products. Is your current brand of CBD as focused on the quality of their wellness products as Everyday Cannabis? Is your current brand nearly as affordable?
Many companies advertise their CBD products as third-party tested, but few companies ensure that their products are tested with a full-panel laboratory test. In fact, the vast majority of third-party tests conducted within the hemp industry are completed for the sole purpose of product strength testing. There are two critical factors when laboratory testing CBD products for strength: verifying that the product has the amount of CBD as advertised, while also verifying that the product does not have delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (∆-9-THC) concentrations that exceed the current legal limit of .3% of the product's total weight.
Everyday Cannabis Full Spectrum CBD Oil is as Potent as Possible
When formulating CBD wellness products, especially full-spectrum tinctures, it's very important to take the THC concentration into consideration. Our 1800 mg USDA Organic CBD Oil is about as strong as we can legally make a full-spectrum oil without the addition of CBD isolate. This is because our USDA organic full-spectrum hemp extract, which we formulate our full-spectrum CBD tinctures with, contains an excess of .3% ∆-9-THC concentration by weight. Our full-spectrum hemp extract must be blended with other compounds such as gelatin for gummies or MCT oil for tinctures, which lowers the product's concentration of THC by weight, therefore making the product legal to sell on a federal level. However, if we were to add additional CBD to our 1800 mg tincture via the addition of broad-spectrum or isolate (which would maintain a legal THC percentage), we wouldn't still have a product that is maximizing the full-spectrum capacity of our hemp extract due to the decreased THC percentage. This is why our strongest full-spectrum CBD oil tincture (which is also our flagship product) is a rated strength of 1800 mg of CBD and 75mg of THC per 30 ml bottle, and a whopping 60mg of CBD and 2.5mg of THC per 1ml dropper!
Our 1800 mg Full-Spectrum CBD Oil in Natural and Mint flavor options.
Pure Full Spectrum Organic CBD Oil
As just mentioned in the previous section, Everyday Cannabis uses USDA certified organic full-spectrum hemp extract in its CBD oil tinctures. Our hemp extract is also Kosher certified. We're able to offer Kosher certification due to the fact that food grade, Kosher alcohol is the solvent utilized in our extraction process. Many companies utilize various other solvents in their extraction, often eliminating the possibility of USDA organic and Kosher certifications in the process.
In addition to our choice of utilizing high-quality, food-grade solvent in our CBD extraction process, we're also proud to have a slightly different extraction technique than most.
The vast majority of CBD companies choose to use CBD extract which has been pulled from hemp biomass through the use of carbon-dioxide, and super-critical extraction techniques. While this is quite economical on a large scale (the likely reason so many companies choose to do it), it's important to know that full-spectrum extract that has been created in this fashion is actually not as true of a full-spectrum CBD extract as it could be. This is because many of the valuable terpenes, amino acids, flavonoids, and cannabinoids present in the cannabis plant are often lost during the CO2 supercritical extraction process. Our method of extraction for our full-spectrum oil is subcritical, and allows for a full-spectrum CBD oil with a much more diverse and natural expression of the cannabis plant.
Full Spectrum, vs Broad Spectrum, vs Isolate
You may have seen various descriptions of CBD oil tincture products when shopping online or at your favorite brick-and-mortar store. It's important to know what they all mean.
CBD Oil is typically broken down into three main groups: full-spectrum, broad-spectrum, and isolate based.
Full-spectrum CBD oil typically contains a variety of beneficial plant substances such as terpenes, flavonoids, and various cannabinoids such as CBD and THC.
Broad-spectrum CBD oil is often essentially the same as its full-spectrum counterpart, except without any of the THC.
Isolate based CBD oils are a mixture of CBD isolate, plus the other ingredients of the tincture (sometimes just a carrier oil such as MCT or olive oil).
If you're not sure what THC and CBD isolate are, don't worry. We'll cover those topics in our next two sections.
The above chart illustrates the differences of CBD spectrum options.
What is THC?
THC is an abbreviation for tetrahydrocannabinol, a type of cannabinoid present in cannabis plants. THC is typically associated with psychoactive effects, like getting people "high"—which would make sense since THC is much more prevalent in marijuana than hemp.
In fact, the amount of a special kind of THC known as delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (∆-9-THC), is the only differentiating factor in the federal classification of cannabis. Cannabis plants with ∆-9-THC concentrations over 1% are recognized as marijuana and cannabis plants with less than .3% are recognized as hemp. Plants with ∆-9-THC concentrations between .3% and 1% fall into a legal gray area where numerous other factors influence their classification.
In addition to delta-9-THC, delta-8-THC (∆-8-THC) is another very popular type of THC. Delta-8-THC is often referred to as less potent than delta-9-THC. The majority of products available today that contain ∆-8-THC as their primary active ingredient are (at the time of writing) generally legal per the 2018 Farm Bill. This is due to the fact that ∆-8-THC is often made by converting CBD isolate (from hemp) into ∆-8-THC. Delta-8-THC is different enough from ∆-9-THC that (at this time) the American Federal Government is not considering it an illegal substance if it was derived from hemp.
What is CBD Isolate?
CBD isolate is, quite simply, an isolated form of CBD. This means that unlike other common CBD extracts that often contain a variety of beneficial plant extracts such as terpenes, flavonoids, and various cannabinoids—CBD isolate is refined/isolated to the point of purity where it often contains CBD concentrations in excess of 99% of its total composition. A stark difference to the dark, tar-like liquid commonly associated with cannabis extracts, CBD isolate takes the form of a white powder.
CBD isolate is most commonly used in beverages, due to the fact that it's often considered to be tasteless and dissolvable. However, many people prefer isolate for the use of gummies and tinctures due to the fact that it doesn't have the plant-like taste associated with many other extracts.
Some organizations have suggested that, due to its purity, CBD isolate may not trigger positive drug screenings. It's important to realize that Everyday Cannabis still suggests that all individuals who are subject to cannabis/THC testing refrain from using all cannabis products due to the risk of positive results, no matter how unlikely positive results may be.
The Entourage Effect and the Benefits of Full Spectrum CBD
The entourage effect is essentially the proposed beneficial synergy that results when ingesting multiple natural compounds of the cannabis plant at the same time. In a sense, it implies that the sum of the parts combined is greater than the possible sum of individual compounds.
There are two primary subsets within the entourage effect:
Intra-entourage, which implies a synergy between various cannabinoids such as CBD, CBG, and THC
Inter-entourage, which implies a synergy between cannabinoids and terpenes
According to the entourage effect, and the research surrounding it, products that contain a variety of both cannabinoids and terpenes are the most likely to harness the power of the entourage effect to its full potential.
Full-spectrum CBD products, which contain both CBD and THC, are the most likely to offer the greatest potential of benefits associated with the entourage effect. This is because full-spectrum CBD products—especially those made by Everyday Cannabis due to our sub-critical, Kosher alcohol based extraction technique retaining more flavonoids, terpenes, and cannabinoids than others—offer a greater variety of compounds than other products such as broad-spectrum (which has had its THC removed) or isolate (99+% pure CBD) based products.
What Type of CBD Product is Best for Me?
That's a great question, and we're very much unable to answer it as the answer would depend on numerous factors distinct to an individual. We can say that we believe in the power of the entourage effect, and we also believe in high potency CBD products rather than weak ones. Our aforementioned logic is why we chose to make our flagship CBD Oil Tincture a full-spectrum product with 60 mg of CBD per ml, higher than most. We could of made our CBD tincture stronger, but then we would of had to add isolate and it wouldn't be a true full-spectrum product.
Is CBD Oil the Best Way to Take CBD?
Everyday Cannabis believes that CBD and the market surrounding it are still in their infancy. Despite this, there is already quite an abundance of high-quality, diverse products available to the consumer. While we believe that tinctures are the best way of consuming CBD—due to their lower cost (than other types of CBD products) and inherent bioavailability—we also believe in the power of choice, and that of the individual. Some people prefer the convenience and familiarity of CBD gummies, while others have issues that are best solved with a topical, or it's possible that they prefer the traditional act smoking CBD flower.
Kosher CBD Oil
Everyday Cannabis has Kosher CBD Tinctures that have been certified by OK Kosher. In addition to Kosher certification, Everyday Cannabis CBD Oil Tinctures are also USDA Certified Organic.
In today's modern CBD marketplace—saturated, with more brands than anyone can keep track of—it's more important than ever to make sure that you're getting your CBD oil from a brand that you can trust.
Since talk is cheap, we wanted to back up our products with something different. The certifications that we offer on our CBD Wellness Products, especially our CBD Oil, are one of the many ways that us at Everyday Cannabis try to set ourselves apart from the rest of the herd.
Although there are cost considerations associated with producing high-quality CBD products able to be certified Organic and Kosher, we do our best to not pass those costs along to our customers. In fact, we offer our certified products at a price point that is comparable, and often lower, than many non-certified CBD products.
We feel it's our mission is to offer premium CBD wellness products at a fair, and affordable price.
What Makes CBD Oil Able to be Kosher?
Our CBD oil is able to be certified as Kosher because of its pure, high-quality ingredients and because it's made in a clean, FDA registered facility that operates in accordance with cGMP standards. The word "Kosher" actually means pure and trustworthy. That's why Kosher products are held to such high standards.
What Does Kosher CBD Oil Taste Like?
Our Kosher CBD oil tastes similar to traditional CBD oil, maybe slightly more dynamic due to our unique extraction methods and choice of carrier oil (discussed in more detail below).
We currently sell USDA Certified Organic, Kosher CBD oil in two flavors.
- Mint Flavor CBD Oil (1800 mg)
- Natural Flavor CBD Oil (1800 mg)
What Does Mint Flavor CBD Oil Taste Like?
Mint flavor CBD oil is often infused with large amounts of flavoring that gives the oil a strong mint flavor. Oftentimes, the mint flavor is so strong and artificial that it gives the tincture a flavor that, when combined with the flavor of hemp extract, somewhat resembles the bad taste of medicine.
Our mint flavor Kosher CBD oil contains organic flavoring which gives the oil a slight mint flavor. We like to think that our flavoring compliments the great taste of our full-spectrum CBD oil tincture rather than masking it.
What Does Natural Flavor CBD Oil Taste Like?
Our natural flavor Kosher CBD oil contains no ingredients other than Organic MCT Oil and Organic Hemp Extract. Expect a dynamic flavor profile with our natural oil, as our use of full-spectrum extract ensures our product has a wide variety of cannabinoids, terpenes, and yes.... flavonoids.
We like to think that the flavor of natural CBD oil is an acquired taste—grassy, earthy, and mildly bitter... but all slightly muted due to the masking aspect of the MCT oil. It's a flavor that many people actually grow to love, in a fashion similar to the developed appreciation for uncommon flavors like coffee, beer, and energy drinks.
Carrier Oil and Its Influence on CBD Oil Quality
Unflavored, or "natural" flavor CBD oil has a unique taste that is largely dependent on the type of carrier oil used. Carrier oil is the type of oil in which the hemp extract is suspended.
We chose to use MCT oil as our carrier for a variety of reasons.
The taste of MCT oil is quite complementary to the full-spectrum, sub-critical hemp extract which we use in our tinctures. Many carrier oils have unique tastes and flavors which contrast with our extract. MCT oil; on the other hand, is almost flavorless, almost acting as a sort of buffer against the strong flavor of our extract.
Other carriers such as hemp seed oil, olive oil, sesame oil, and grape seed oil don't quite work as well with our full-spectrum extract. This is primarily due to reasons such as product stability and storage, taste, and the way that different carrier oils (fats) influence the behavior of CBD after ingestion.
Although we are huge believers in the entourage effect, we're considering offering broad-spectrum tinctures in the future. We've been experimenting with various broad-spectrum extracts derived from a plethora of extraction techniques. Some of these extracts have flavors that work quite well with different carrier oils. It's possible that we may offer broad-spectrum tinctures with one of these different carrier oils in the future, although this leads us into our next reason for using MCT oil.
Full-Spectrum Kosher CBD Oil
Our Kosher CBD Oil is made with full-spectrum hemp extract. Full-spectrum is a reference to the chemical composition of the extract. Hemp extracts can be broken into three major groups based on their compositions.
- contains the widest array of cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids as possible (within the limit of the extraction method and the law)
- contains a legal limit of THC
- often takes the form of a tar-like liquid
- essentially the same as full-spectrum, but without the THC
- often takes the form of a tar-like liquid
- a highly refined product which is often 99+% pure (example: CBD isolate is 99+% CBD)
- often takes the form of a white powder
Subcritical Alcohol Extraction
Our full-spectrum, Kosher CBD Oil is made with extract that has been sub-critically extracted. By using food-grade, Kosher alcohol in our sub-critical extraction process; instead of the many other chemical compounds that other companies use, is what allows us to have the variety of quality certifications that we do.
The majority of other companies produce CBD oil products that are made with extract which has been extracted super-critically. Super-critical extraction methods use a combination of solvents and pressure to produce extract. Although efficient, supercritical extraction is incapable of extracting the variety of terpenes and flavonoids as our sub-critical, food-grade Kosher alcohol extraction method. Discussed in more detail under the "Organic Tab" of this product page, our subcritical, food-grade alcohol extraction process ultimately results in a product that has a greater diversity of beneficial plant compounds than others.
The less variety of cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids that a CBD product has, the less potential there is for the entourage effect to be maximized.
The Entourage Effect
Also discussed in the "Organic Tab" of this product page, the entourage effect is the proposed beneficial synergy of various cannabinoids, terpenes, flavonoids, and miscellaneous plant compounds. Our CBD oil—which has a greater diversity of these compounds (than other CBD oil products) due to our use of subcritical extraction—is designed to harness the power of the entourage effect to the greatest extent possible.
In simple terms, the entourage effect implies that the result of taking a combination of cannabinoids (like CBD and THC) and/or other compounds like terpenes will yield better results than taking individual substances (like pure CBD).
Our appreciation of the entourage effect is the primary reason that our flagship CBD wellness products have been made with full-spectrum hemp extract that has been extracted sub-critically. We wanted the absolute best, most chemically diverse, USDA Certified Organic extract for our Kosher CBD oil.
The Best Kosher CBD Oil
In addition to the USDA Organic and Kosher certifications that we've got on our CBD oil products, we're also committed to ensuring that they are produced with the highest degrees of safety and quality in mind. We're proud to say that our CBD oil is produced in a facility that has been FDA registered, and that our CBD oil products are manufactured in accordance with cGMP standards.
Additionally, the extract that we utilize in our CBD tincture production has been third-party tested for a wide variety of contaminates and dangers, ensuring that nothing but the best goes into our products. We ensure this through the use of what is known as a "full-panel" test, which tests for contaminants such as heavy metals, pesticides, fungus, toxins, and solvents.
The CBD wellness products that we produce from our full-panel tested extract are then tested by a third-party laboratory for potency. Potency testing essentially ensures that the end product contains the amount of CBD that it is advertised to. This is a big deal, considering that some studies estimate that as many as 70% of all CBD products on the market are mislabeled. Mislabeled CBD products often contain too little or too much CBD in comparison to the labeled strength.
Keep out of reach of children; not intended for use under the age of 18. Consult your physician if you have a medical condition or are taking any medications. Do not take if you are pregnant or nursing.
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any condition or disease.
This product is full-spectrum, which means that it has a legal amount of THC. As such; although quite unlikely, this product may cause positive drug screenings.