CBD Oil Reviews

Love CBD Oil 8% CBD Review

love cbd oil review
Written by Vicky

This web site has a clear layout and cuts straight to the chase. A clear shop window, some attractive discounts and no intrusive questions at check out. There are multiple options for payment here including bank transfer.
They publish recent comprehensive lab results on the front page of their web site.

They also list some commonly asked questions with click up answers. If your question is not listed they can be contacted on their Newmarket telephone number or via their web site.

Although they explain that they cannot legally publish reviews on their web site they give you a facility to click into “Trustpilot” . This is a separate, independent site where customers can publish reviews so that there can be no company bias or cheating. There are a great number of reviews for Love CBD’s products, in fact, and their score is 9.4 positive which is excellent.

There is some quality general information on CBD and hemp in general to be located from this site.

LoveCBD also stays strictly within the boundaries of current UK law which prohibits companies selling CBD to extol its health giving properties on their web sites or even publish positive reviews. Other UK CBD companies appear to have turned a somewhat blind eye to this legislation. Not that I blame them. It’s an onerous and discriminating rule that is unfair in my opinion, but I guess it shows that LoveCBD intend to stick around and do things properly.

All told, this site wins my confidence. it’s professional, efficient, transparent and easy to use, displaying a comprehensive range of CBD products.

LoveCBD sent me a sample of 8% CBD dilution in a 10ml bottle and a small sample tub of CBD balm for external application only. The bottles had batch number and use by date marked underneath it (I eventually found it) and came wrapped in bubble wrap in a plastic bag with a card about the dosage. To be honest, this is not the most green of packaging options, but it does ensure the safety of the product in transit. The label was nice and neat with a distinctive heart logo. The balm came in a small glass tub which I liked because it means you need waste nothing. The colour, a rather unappetising greenish brownish yellow did not show up on the skin or stain the skin in any way but it sure looked like it might when it was in the tub!

The CBD oil had a pleasant relaxing effect and I believe, did much to ease a headache I had had all day and seemed to be on a worsening trend before the administration of LoveCBD’s 8%. The balm was fantastic! I used it on small patches of paler coloured dry skin mottles on my arms (can’t remember what they call these but they are hereditary). With the balm there was a noticeable improvement in their appearance right away. It also makes a really good lip salve and hair wax. My hair tends to be dry, porous and flyaway but the balm gave it a shine and manageability without being oily. I reckon this is a very undersold product. It’s good for more that just psoriasis and sunburn!. it has a soothing effect when applied on skin and a pleasant smell.

My next door neighbour, Nigel, tells me that he regularly takes LoveCBD’s 8% Entourage oil and it seems to have had a remarkable effect on his spondulosis symptoms. He described this to me as “life changing”. I have no severe illnesses or health issues so I couldn’t state positively that CBD works miracles for me but I noticed a marked stress relieving effect.

Taste wise, the CBD oil has a rich grassy flavour, very satisfying to a whole plant connoisseur!

So far, LoveCBD comes out on top by a fairly wide margin.

About the author

Vicky

Lover of CBD, health and my boat on a sunny summer's day. Plus not a huge fan of the corporate oligarchy.

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