American Hemp Oil has a truly comprehensive website, a generous spirit (they give a lifetime discount to military, veterans, first responders, teachers, AND students), and they’ve got what it takes to be a top CBD vendor. American Hemp Oil is adamantly clear about where their hemp comes from and tells you literally everything you would ever want or need to know about each of their products. You can’t really go wrong with this one.
R+R Medicinals is a small outfit from Colorado with a reasonably priced line of full-spectrum CBD products. And since the brand easily gets our Safety Badge, we can confirm that their cannabidiol is indeed, full-spectrum and awesome. Cannabinoid profiles and terpene tests prove that although R+R may not have wide variety like other sellers, they’ve got quality where it counts most.
Enerhealth Botanicals is a one-stop-shop for consciously crafted superfoods, organic coffee, natural herbs, and CBD goodness. What makes the brand stand out from the fray? Aside from their obvious commitment to customer service, Enerhealth uses a revolutionary extraction method we have yet to see from a mainstream vendor. Take a peak at why their full-spectrum CBD is next-level stuff!
SabaiDee might not be the easiest name to say, but this Los Angeles CBD vendor is an easy read. And in this business, that’s definitely a good thing! SabaiDee has a small line of broad-spectrum CBD products that are meticulously tested, even going above and beyond the requirements for our Safety Badge. While the brand doesn’t offer much by way of variety, they’re a mission-driven organization with quality you can trust.
The Hugs tagline is simple — hug yourself! These hip CBD purveyors out of Austin want to make self-care as easy as possible with their line of seemingly clean CBD products that features really cool topicals. Hugs hits a 4/5 rating with us for their commitment to quality, giving back, and more. And the company is very close to earning our Safety Badge. With thoughtful formulations and premium ingredients, Hugs is off to a great start.
Soothe your mind. Soothe your body! It sounds like a good time. Soothe CBD is out there to help ease your mind and boost your wellness with a simple line that earns a perfect score with our methodology. For one, they nail it on quality and up-to-date testing that exceeds industry standards. We also applaud this conscious brand on their mission to raise mental health awareness.
Fourfivecbd was created by two professional rugby players in the UK who are (obviously) no strangers to injuries. Once Dom and George discovered CBD for chronic pain, they wanted to share the natural alternative with other ‘strength seekers’ and ‘athletic achievers’. The fourfivecbd line is all-natural and features full-spectrum, broad-spectrum, and isolate options for the athlete within all of us.
We like a couple of things about Proleve, a small CBD company out of sunny Tampa, Florida. What do we like most? That definitely has to be their robust CBD oil in the full spectrum tincture — a real winner! We also appreciate that the brand offers a military/veterans discount and both full-spectrum and broad-spectrum (0% THC) options. However, we are once again irked at ‘organic’, ‘vegan’, and even ‘no THC’ claims that don’t check out.
Spruce yourself up! You can do it with the Spruce CBD lineup. This small brand has a couple of things going for them, mainly their awesome full-spectrum hemp from North Carolina and Kentucky. And we’re super intrigued by their moonshine extraction method! (Yes, you read that right.) Spruce deserves the high marks they get from us, but we have just one bone to pick. Read on to see how they fare with our methodology.
Zatural was originally founded by naturopath MaryAnn Strager to enhance the wellness of her patients. They carry a variety of CBD products — including water-soluble CBD softgels — in addition to their arsenal of supplements, oils, extracts, and soaps. According to our methodology, Zatural is rated fairly high due to their clean sourcing, charity, and innovative practices. They deserve their score, but a claim of selling strictly all-natural products does not seem to fit with the ingredient list on some of their products.