We are using Charlotte's web and another by CV Sciences called +CBDOil, but it's really a dry capsule. Stanley Bros. (out of CO) have the Charlotte's Web CBD and their standard is 8mg CBD per capsule. Plus CBDOil is 10mg of CBD and is Full Spectrum hemp extract CO2 processed, and also states Fully Decarboxylated. I believe that CW Hemp by Stanley Bros. is also full spectrum and CO2 processed. Even our one dog (older) gets a tiny bit of the +CBDOil powder on his food in the morning from a small portion of one capsule. It seems to have helped his seasonal allergy that starts in the spring and we don't want to use the Steroid that the Vet. gave us last year. I fear the steroid, Appoquel is potentially harmful in longer term usage.For those who use CBD products, what are your favorite brands?
i got told, that canna isn't legal for rec. use till Jan. 1 when we went to Mi. a month ago...Yea, @The Hemp Goddess the lab, Hit The Spot charges $50 for testing it, and it will include THC, CBD, and several others. I'll have t o ask them what law they are breaking by testing for an adult Michigan private grower. The EtOH is short abbreviation for Ethyl Alcohol, Ethanol. I use the EtOH to dissolve the trichromes on the ground and decarbed flowers. This is done with EtOH and flower in the freezer as well as tiny canning jar, also in the freezer. Was taught that this minimizes chlorophyll in the final product. After sitting in the freezer and several shakes and stirs I squeeze the bag (nylon 75 micron) back into the tiny jelly jar. dribble just a bit of fresh cold EtOH on the nylon bag and squeeze again. Then I put the alcohol mix on my coffee maker burner for a while with mild fan blowing. Evaporates down to tar (so to speak) I am careful near the end to just allow the alcohol to evaporate to the point of not there.. no heat. Then when I add MCT (coconut) to the small jelly jar,I can mix it around with a small silicone covered steel "dabber" and mix in very well. Now at 30 ml is ready for under the tongue, sublingual.
Cherry Wine S1 is a very good cannabis variety for CBD. It, along with Chardonnay, and Cobbler grow, look like and process just like you would any old marijuana plant. Many people think the CBD is from the stems, but there is very little in stems and leaves, but a lot in the flower. Instead of lots of Trichromes that are filled with THC, you have lots of Trichromes filled with CBD. What I read is don't let it go over too long in harvesting, as it ups the chances of higher THC. Most of us don't care, but growers that can have their crops destroyed and found useless as hemp pay close attention to the final weeks and days leading up to harvest. You don't get any CBN as that is a degradation of THC.