- OLEO Review
CBD Oil Review rates the OLEO Brand with three stars because it qualifies for the Quality, Mission & Innovation Badges.
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OLEO: 60-Second Summary
Delicious CBD-infused water on the go? Yes, please! OLEO makes tasty, water-soluble CBD powders you can take with you for a refreshing and healthy beverage before a hike, after a workout, whenever the mood strikes. Wellness enthusiasts, don’t fret! These powders have clean ingredients. No artificial stuff here. OLEO uses an innovative carbohydrate binder to increase the bioavailability of their CBD, a claim they back up with a legitimate scientific study. Read on to learn more.
OLEO Brand Review
OLEO wants everyone to live an active and healthy lifestyle by getting delicious CBD hydration without the high. They aptly call their water-soluble CBD powders ‘accelerated edibles’ due to the purported high bioavailability they offer.
It starts with industrial hemp from Colorado that is then extracted in the form of CBD isolate. We don’t know the extraction method used by OLEO, but they have detailed CoAs for each SKU proving their products are 100% free of residual solvents. Accordingly, we’re granting the brand the Quality Badge.
OLEO is ridiculously close to receiving the Safety Badge. So close! They post more than most vendors, with current cannabinoid profiles and contaminants tests performed by a third party for each SKU. But there’s one contaminants test that’s missing — pesticides. OLEO can simply conduct a pesticides test for the CBD isolate used in their products which will suffice and qualify them for the badge.
Since their hemp is supposedly grown organically, pesticides shouldn’t be an issue. However, our methodology requires that CBD vendors post contaminants results, regardless of sourcing. We hope they get on it to boost the credibility of their already-awesome product line.
The OLEO CBD products are straightforward — delicious water-soluble CBD powders to mix with liquids for a healthy and happy experience. They offer on-the-go multipacks for $20 (six packets) and jars of product for $25 and $32.50 (10 servings). Each serving contains 25 mg of CBD isolate. There’s the original flavorless powder, a great option to mix with beverages like smoothies and juices. The coconut version made from freeze-dried coconuts and the rooibos extract tea mixes pack a little extra nutrition with electrolytes and natural benefits from tea in each, respectively.
We find the process used to enhance the bioavailability of OLEO’s CBD very interesting. Many companies out there are offering water-soluble CBD, and some of these vendors we’ve seen use microencapsulation techniques to bind the molecules with liposomes or proteins. The principle is that these materials that surround the nano-sized molecules help the CBD bind better to cells. Ipso facto, you get more CBD and you get it faster.
OLEO uses a natural carbohydrate binder, an innovative and uncommon technique. You can view an impressive scientific study conducted by the company that shows their powders are twice as bioavailable as traditional CBD isolate. It’s refreshing to see a CBD vendor pay for this kind of a comprehensive study and post the study itself, not just the fancy graphs that we’re supposed to take at face value.
Bottom Line – OLEO has a fantastic catalog of water-soluble CBD powders made through an innovative process they can actually prove increases bioavailability. If it’s an on-the-go CBD beverage you’re after, look no further.
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Badges For OLEO
OLEO uses industrial hemp grown organically in Colorado to procure their CBD products free of residual solvents.
OLEO aims to create CBD products that will renew the body and revive the mind.
OLEO uses a patent-pending process to encapsulate nanoparticles of CBD in a natural carbohydrate binder to render them more bioavailable.
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