Hemptation Infused Goods scores points for innovation thanks to its unusual CBD oil-infused honey, which is harvested from hives in Vermont and, according to the company, has a “slightly spicy bite.” That said, customers who prefer not to get their CBD hit on toast may instead opt for one of Hemptation’s similarly novel bath bombs, designed to either invigorate or help unwind when the user settles in for a soak. More traditional types might be relieved to hear, however, that the company also offers sublingual CBD oils in dropper bottles, 99-percent pure slabs of CBD isolate and wax – the latter made from a whole extract of the hemp plant. Furthermore, Hemptation arguably takes customer service to the next level by offering in-person consultations about CBD, available to those living in Massachusetts or Vermont for a $60 fee. Anyone further afield, meanwhile, can take advantage of a similar but more inexpensive service by either telephone or live chat online.
1. Full spectrum CBD. If you're going to distribute CBD and represent a BRAND, it needs to be full-spectrum. This basically means that they contain plenty amounts of beneficial cannabidiols , vitamins, fatty acids, minerals, protein, chlorophyll, terpenes, flavinoids, and fiber. Full spectrum is far superior to "Isolates" because they have stronger anti-inflammatory properties and carry vitamins and so forth as I just mentioned above.