Frequently Asked Questions
What is the difference between CBD and Hemp Extract
Hemp extract and CBD are different. To further explain, Hemp Extract is the total amount of Cannabinoids (to include THC and CBD) and plant matter. For example, our Original Formula has approximately 86 mg of Hemp Extract (all cannabinoids) per ml. Of the 86 mg of Hemp Extract, you receive approximately 50 mg of CBD.
Included below is a breakdown of all of our products:
Full Strength (Previously Hemp Extract Oil) contains 11 mg of Hemp Extract per ml. Of the 11 mg of Hemp extract, you will receive approximately 6.65 mg of CBD per serving.
Extra Strength (Previously Hemp Extract Oil Plus) contains 28 mg of Hemp Extract per ml. Of the 28 mg of Hemp extract, you will receive approximately 16.65 mg of CBD per serving.
Original Formula (Previously Hemp Extract Oil Advanced) contains 86 mg of Hemp Extract per ml. Of the 86 mg of Hemp extract you will receive approximately 50 mg of CBD per serving.
Full Strength Capsules (Previously Hemp Capsules) contain 15 mg Hemp Extract= approx. 8.5 mg of CBD per capsule.
Extra Strength Capsules (Previously Hemp Plus Capsules) contain 35 mg Hemp Extract = approx. 18 mg of CBD per capsule.
CBD Isolate 30 ml= approx. 20 mg CBD per ml of oil, ~ 600 mg per the entire bottle (Isolate contains CBD, not Hemp Extract)
Charlotte’s Web Hemp Infused Balm and Hemp Infused Cream - Due to the formulation process, we are unable to give a specific CBD content at this time for our topical products. Please request a batch result for your product. (Batch number found on product)