Calm Extra Strength Tincture
Our ‘Calm Extra Strength’ botanical blend was formulated to naturally support a calming and relaxing response for those that struggle with chronic anxiety disorders through utilizing the synergy that occurs between terpenes found in potent essential oils and Full Spectrum CBD. It is formulated with Ananda’s Proprietary CBD Base+ with the addition of Bulgarian Lavender Essential Oil and Bergamot Cold-Pressed Essential Oil.
This formula contains 1mg CBD per every 1 drop.
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$24.60 – $322.52
CBD Calm – Naturally Relaxing
CBD Calm offers additional support from five carefully chosen oils alongside the full-spectrum CBD extract – hemp essential oil, Bulgarian lavender essential oil, bergamot essential oil, black cumin extract, and medium-chain triglyceride (MCT) coconut oil.
Our extra strength formula contains 1mg CBD per 1 drop.
5ml contains 200mg CBD, 15ml contains 600mg, 30ml contains 1,200mg CBD, and 100ml contains 4,000mg CBD.
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Warning: Keep Out of Reach of Children.
Keep in mind that since this is double strength, the dosage is different compared to our other formulas! We understand that each individual is unique, please test your response as you would with any new product. This double strength formula may need new navigation for dosing and frequency for some.
Use and Serving Size
Use and Serving Size:
Shake well before using.
1mg of CBD every 1 Drop (dropper included).
Start with as low as 5-10mg (5-10 Drops) two times daily and increase or decrease your dose as you see fit.
The amount of CBD oil that people take on a daily basis can vary greatly. CBD oil can be ingested morning or night, on an empty or full stomach.
We encourage our customers to responsibly experiment with their intake, and do their own research to determine the optimal intake for their specific needs.
Note that cannabinoid compounds may have 'biphasic' properties, whereby small doses and high doses of the same substance can produce opposite effects."Too much" CBD while not harmful, could be less effective than a moderate dose.
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