The Charlotte’s Web Maximum Strength CBD oil is very concentrated and contains:
Charlotte’s Web Maximum Strength CBD Oil is a premium product with a higher price point. If you value quality control, full farm-to-bottle processing, and brand recognition, this is a great product for you. If you are on a strict budget then this would be a hard addition to your monthly expenses, especially when the CBD market is becoming more saturated with products that test similarly in terms of chemical profiles.
Trying the Product
In terms of product design, late in 2018, Charlotte’s Web changed their packaging design as a tribute to “their roots” in the Rockies, with a silhouette of the Rocky Mountains in the background, their logo and the CBD amount per serving on both the bottle and their matching boxes. The packaging also includes a “QR” code that allows you to verify their third-party test results. This has subsequently become the new “standard” industry packaging design, with other companies changing their labeling to be similar to Charlotte’s Web.
Charlotte’s Web is a Stanley Brothers company located in Colorado, USA. The name originates from a girl named Charlotte with a rare disorder that caused a significant amount of daily seizures. With regular, consistent use of the Charlotte’s Web Original Formula CBD Oil, Charlotte’s parents finally found a way to minimize the symptoms of her disease, unlike any other product they had tried. As a living tribute to Charlotte, the Stanley Brothers renamed their company to Charlotte’s Web.
This type of processing retains the benefits of all the chemical compounds found in hemp, like the various cannabinoids (including cannabidiol and no more than 0.3% THC, which will not get you high), terpenes, and flavonoids . The chemical compounds have beneficial attributes individually. However, when they are combined, they work together creating what is called an “ entourage effect .” This synergistic relationship increases the total benefits of the end product.
Update: Charlotte's Web now lists: "17 mg of CBD per 1 mL serving" on their website for this product. We need to do an updated lab test and review for 2020.
Other Cannabinoids (mg / mL)
You can take this product sublingually or mix it with food or a drink.
Cannabinoid Breakdown by mL
We purchased this CBD product and tested it at independent testing facilities to measure levels of CBD, THC, and other cannabinoids and compare the results to the manufacturer's claims. Here are the results. (Learn more about our review process.)
We purchased and tested this product in 2019 when it was an 18 mg formula. It is now a 17 mg formula. I updated the price to reflect the new price and account for less CBD, however, we need to do a new review and lab test for accurate cannabinoid levels on their new formula.
Charlotte’s Web claims this is a full spectrum hemp extract. Our lab tests confirmed that it is a full-spectrum hemp extract that contains CBD, THC, CBDa, CBC, CBG, and CBDV.
We found that Charlotte's Web contained slightly more CBD than suggested by their new label.
7 mg CBD per 1 mL oil contains at least 11 mg of hemp extract per mL. Of the 11 mg of full-spectrum hemp extract, you will receive at least 7 mg of CBD per serving.
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If you’re new to taking CBD oil products and are wondering when you can expect to see results, check out our blog: When To Expect Results From Charlotte’s Web CBD Oil.
How much oil does the dropper hold?
More than just CBD: CBD plus naturally-occurring phytocannabinoids, terpenes, flavonoids and more in every CBD oil serving .
17 mg CBD per 1 mL oil contains at least 28 mg of hemp extract per mL. Of the 28 mg of full-spectrum hemp extract, you will receive at least 17 mg of CBD per serving.
15 mg CBD Oil Liquid Capsules contain at least 24 mg hemp extract which includes at least 15 mg of CBD per capsule.
25 mg CBD Oil Liquid Capsules contain at least 40 mg hemp extract which includes at least 25 mg of CBD per capsule.