Cannabidiol (CBD) has had another exciting year, with many new, innovative products hitting the online and offline shelves. CBD-infused products offer the therapeutic qualities of marijuana but don’t induce a psychoactive high because they don’t contain THC.
Studies from all over the planet are confirming the medical properties of CBD that advocates of the cannabinoid have been touting for a decade or more. In this post, we’ll identify the ten best CBD products to go on sale, and explain why.
1. CW Hemp’s Everyday Advanced Hemp Oil
If you’re somebody who enjoys CBD daily, check out CW Hemp’s Everyday Advanced Hemp Oil. Sold in two tasty flavors (mint chocolate and olive oil), this oil is very effective, with an impressive 50mg of hemp extract found in the recommended 0.6-milliliter serving. You can either take the oil sublingually or stir it into your favorite beverage.
At $149.99 for a 30ml bottle and $274.99 for 100ml, CW Hemp’s oil is rather pricey – especially since it’s styled as water-soluble CBD for everyday use. However, you can save somewhat by buying the larger bottle.
2. Cibaderm Shampoo
We see more and more CBD creams 1000mg, and potions and Cibaderm Shampoo is an excellent product for repairing damaged hair and just generally keeping it in tip-top condition. The CBD and essential oils in the shampoo are kind to your scalp and a decent substitute treatment to coal tar shampoo if you suffer from scalp psoriasis or a greasy scalp.
No nasty chemicals are used to make this shampoo, which is available for less than $20. If you want to experiment with CBD’s therapeutic qualities, but would rather not inhale or ingest, then Cibaderm Shampoo provides the perfect introduction into the world of medical marijuana.
3. Mary Medicinals Transdermal Patches
Transdermal patches have been around for a while and were originally introduced for birth control purposes and to help people quit smoking. They’re also a great way of administering CBD, as proven by Mary Medicinals Transdermal Patches, which slowly release CBD into the body, not unlike an edible would.
If you’re lucky enough to live in a medical marijuana state, you can buy marijuana-derived CBD patches, but for those who aren’t, Mary’s Nutritionals hemp-derived CBD patches are a worthy substitute.
Patches cost $10 each, and once they’re stuck on, there’s no risk of them coming off! For most, this is great, although if you have sensitive skin, transdermal patches might not be good.
4. Herb Essentials’ Moisturizer
CBD’s skin-healing qualities are one of the compound’s lesser-known features, but Herb Essntls’ Moisturizer brings them to the fore. Its anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory properties give this moisturizer a lovely cooling sensation when applied. It’s also packed with fruit and green tea extracts, as well as hemp seed oil. Herb Essentials are an ethical company, who do not use animal testing practices to develop their products.
If you are afflicted with greasy skin or localized skin complaints (e.g., psoriasis, acne), this moisturizer is the perfect antidote, and it’s reasonably priced at $60.
5. CBD for Life Face and Body Wash
Another CBD product for skincare, the Pure CBD Face and Body Cleanser from CBD for Life is a non-aggressive way to keep your skin clean and is easy to incorporate into your existing health and beauty routine.
We love the versatility of this gel, which is just as effective a shower gel as it is a face wash – it’ sure to leave your skin feeling soft, supple, and fresh. You can use it daily, and however, at $17 per bottle, it’s not the cheapest CBD product. But this CBD for Life gel is so well-rounded and multi-purpose that it makes up for the price tag.