Charlotte’s Web Brand Review 2019

Last updated on October 25th, 2019

We have recently reviewed Charlotte’s Web CBD oil.

Charlotte’s Web wants to better the planet and the people who live on it, and considers CBD oil products a major component of that mission. Charlotte’s Web uses a five-chamber CO2 extractor to pull cannabidiol from hemp. While the company offers certificates of analysis and batch reports, these can only be acquired if a user already has a batch number from a product.

  • Who is Charlotte’s Web?

    Charlotte’s Web started as a Colorado hemp farm and has since grown into a CBD oil manufacturer and distributor. One of its first batches of CBD products was used to help a young girl named Charlotte Figi reduce the effects of Dravet Syndrome, and the company draws its name and the name of its signature hemp strain from that experience.

  • Where does Charlotte’s Web get its hemp?

    Charlotte’s Web grows its own hemp in compliance with Colorado’s industrial hemp program. Its growing process includes no herbicides, fungicides, or pesticides, instead relying on natural forms of pest control like ladybugs. Charlotte’s Web’s hemp holds U.S. Hemp Authority certification.

  • How does Charlotte’s Web make its products?

    Charlotte’s Web creates a broad-spectrum extract that it dilutes with carrier oils to make its products. They test their products throughout the full production cycle, from soil to oil.

  • What are Charlotte’s Web’s products?

    Charlotte’s Web primarily provides CBD oils and capsules, though it also offers pure CBD isolate and topical formulations as well.

    • Full Strength CBD Oil 300mg – $39.99
    • Original Formula CBD Oil (approximately 2580mg) – $149.99
    • Full Strength CBD Capsules 8mg (30 count) – $34.99
    • Hemp Infused Balm – $14.99
    • CBD Isolate 600mg – $99.99
  • How does Charlotte’s Web test its products?

    Charlotte’s Web works with Botanacor Services to test all of its CBD oil products. Each product includes a batch number, which can be used to retrieve that batch’s specific information. Third party tests ensure that the hemp used contains less than 0.3% THC, that the cannabidiol is pure, and that undesirable chemicals like pesticides and solvents don’t make their way into the final product.

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