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I learned this the hard way when I started taking CBD a couple years ago. I didn't do my research, and the first product I bought didn't seem to work—however, I didn't give up on CBD. Over the past year, I've tried plenty of CBD oils, topicals, capsules, edibles, and other hemp-infused goods, all from an array of different CBD companies. As a CBD enthusiast and product reviewer, I receive a lot of questions about products, and Charlotte's Web is one up-and-coming brand in the CBD space that I get asked about often.

What are the best CBD products from Charlotte’s Web?

I'm here to give you my honest review on Charlotte's Web, including the pros and cons of the company (through my eyes), as well as some insights into three Charlotte's Web products that I've tried myself. 

Founded by the 7 Stanley Brothers in 2012, Charlotte's Web produces a number of commercially available CBD products, from gummies to tinctures to pet treats. Back in 2012, the brothers received international media attention due to the development of a new strain of hemp. Their strain was low in THC (the psychoactive component in cannabis) but high in CBD. All of Charlotte's Webs products are made with that original strain of hemp, which the company calls "the world's most trusted hemp extract."

Charlotte's web broad spectrum cbd

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Charlotte’s Web grows all of its hemp plants on family farms in Colorado, Oregon and Kentucky. However, not all Charlotte’s Web CBD products are Certified Organic. All Charlotte’s Web products are gluten-free, vegan and non-GMO. Each batch is analyzed by a third-party laboratory for the product’s certificate of analysis (COA). The COA shows the quantity of CBD and cannabinoids present in the product, as well as levels of heavy metals, pesticides, solvents and THC found in each batch.

Penguin CBD Cream

$55 per container

Summary:

$45 per container