What is Cotswolds 300MG CBD Oil?
Try our Cotswolds 300mg CBD oil. The full-spectrum formula contains 3% CBD in a 10ml glass bottle. We use a potent, phytocannabinoid-rich hemp extract that’s ideal for any wellness routine. The popular supplement contains over 500 compounds, including phytocannabinoids, terpenes, flavonoids, minerals, and essential fatty acids.
CBD, also known as a phytocannabinoid, has many roles and may help maintain normal endocannabinoid system function. Cotswolds hemp formulation includes an all-natural blend of more than 100 cannabinoids with similar characteristics to CBD.
The full-spectrum blend provides an enhanced Guaranteed Total Cannabinoid Content (GTCC). Our CBD oil recipe includes a high concentration of top-quality phytocannabinoids:
- CBDv (cannabidivarin)
- CBG (cannabigerol)
- CBDa (cannabidiolic acid)
It also includes trace elements of other minor cannabinoids, such as:
- CBGa (cannabigerolic acid)
- CBN (cannabinol)
- CBC (Cannabichromene)
100% European-Grown, Non-GMO Hemp
We only use CBD extracted from organic hemp, grown from European-certified seeds that are not genetically modified. The plants are grown without the aid of pesticides, herbicides, and insecticides. All cultivation and manufacturing processes meet the strict guidelines set by the UK and the EU governments for food supplements. Cotswold CBD oil is Good Manufacturing Practice certified (GMP).
Safe & Effective C02 Extraction
There are several ways to remove the cannabinoids from hemp. Cotswolds CBD uses a supercritical C02 extraction method which doesn’t leave behind residual solvents. Consumers can verify this statement by reviewing our COA.
Third-Party Safety Checks
Cotswold CBD offers full transparency. Our hemp is fully traceable, and products go through extensive third-party testing. After passing an initial in-house check, the oil is sent to an independent lab in the UK for safety verification. The technicians test for residual solvents, pesticides, and other impurities. The testing then identifies the potency and the compounds. The third-party lab issues a certificate of analysis (COA) upon completion of the tests.