No. Tranquil is for adult use, and not for children. It is also not intended for pregnant or breastfeeding women. Please reach out to your doctor if you aren’t sure if CBD is a good fit for you.
Same great flavors, just more… chill.
East Fork’s craft hemp extract has a subtle piney, citrusy, and slightly nutty flavor to it, which complements our kombucha much like our botanicals. The hemp flavor is nuanced but never overpowering, and even serves to highlight other herbal, fruity, and botanical notes. In other words, we really dig it and we hope you do too.
It is familiar, you’re right! Tranquil was created using some of our favorite kombucha recipes: herbal Clear Mind, berry-packed Superberry, and zesty Ginger Lemon. Same great flavors, just more… chill.
What certifications does Tranquil have?
Brew Dr. Tranquil contains 25 mg of CBD in a 14 oz bottle.
Breathe in, breathe out… It’s time to chill with Tranquil kombucha, featuring 25mg of CBD from Oregon-grown hemp in each 14 oz bottle. Explore three tasty options as you sip your way to a calmer day: Tranquil Herbs, Tranquil Berries, and Tranquil Ginger.
CBD stands for Cannabidiol. It is a naturally occurring chemical compound found in hemp and marijuana plants. Our CBD comes from organically cultivated craft hemp that is minimally processed. Not to brag, but that makes it pretty awesome.
What does “full spectrum” mean?
Brew Dr. Tranquil is currently not certified organic, non-GMO, or Kosher, but most of its ingredients are. East Fork Cultivars is a USDA organic certified hemp farm, but the CBD we sourced for Tranquil does not yet have these certifications — it will very soon!
The FDA is still studying CBD and has not approved it as a food additive or dietary supplement. Consumers must use their own discretion in consuming ingestible CBD products like Tranquil. For more information about the FDA’s views on CBD, see here.
Although recreational THC has been legal in California since 2016, CBD lagged behind until now. The Farm Bill of 2018 removed CBD from the definition of marijuana in the Controlled Substance Act, however it’s still restricted under the FD&C Act for the use of supplements and food additives. Still, most states have declared CBD legal in varying degrees, many allowing for its use in food and supplements. In some cases, CBD laws are simply not being enforced. The reason why California’s CBD policy trailed their THC policy is unknown, but some speculate that marijuana growers lobbied against it. Another challenge is the fact that any molecule that has been researched as a drug by the FDA cannot be used as a dietary supplement, and CBD has been researched and approved by the FDA in the drug Epidiolex for the treatment of seizures. Although CBD regulation remains unclear on a national level, the passage of AB45 removes much of the risk of selling CBD products in California.
After a long-awaited decision in the state legislature, California is finally joining 20 other states that have legalized the sale of CBD in dietary supplements, foods, beverages and cosmetics under AB45. Non-Californians may assume that it was already legal in California, since recreational THC has been legal in the state since 2016. CBD has also […]
Due to the legal gray area that exists regarding CBD, it has already been found in baked goods, water, coffee, supplements, lip balm, and countless other consumables for years. Even some kombucha brands such as GT’s have adopted CBD into their flavor repertoire.
The delta-8 strain of cannabis is excluded from the legalization of CBD sales under AB45, and the Department of Public Health also has the authority to restrict other cannabinoids based on their intoxicating effect. Likewise, the details behind how CBD products will be regulated and taxed are yet to come. This is expected to take several months.
The background on the legalization of CBD in California
CBD stands for cannabidiol, which is a naturally-occurring chemical compound found in hemp and marijuana plants. Unlike THC, it is non-intoxicating.
Non-Californians may assume that it was already legal in California, since recreational THC has been legal in the state since 2016. CBD has also become legalized in states which are generally thought of as less cannabis-friendly than California. However, CBD has existed in legal limbo in California until now.
Now that the law has taken effect, more brands will be able to confidently produce and market CBD kombucha in grocery stores and cafes throughout California. It is only a matter of time before we see CBD-infused kombucha becoming much more prevalent on shelves.
What is CBD?
Kombucha Brewers International hosts an annual conference, called KombuchaKon, dedicated to commercial Kombucha brewing and cannabis has been a hot topic in recent years. For more information on how to properly label your kombucha, check out the Kombucha Code of Practice.