CBD Oil In Green Bottle

Our bottle of Mint-Breeze Flavored broad-spectrum oil provides 1500mg of soothing, pharmacist-formulated CBD. Experience high-quality Green Roads CBD oil today! All-natural or peppermint CBD tincture. Rich blend of MCT coconut oil, full spectrum cannabinoid & terpene complex. 3000mg CBD/bottle. Fast shipping, lowest prices on Anavii Market Why is CBD green or gold, what CBD colour means and what factors determine the colour of CBD. Your Qs answered.

Mint Breeze Broad Spectrum CBD Oil – (30ml) 1500mg

A strong, standout CBD oil with a sweet-mint taste.

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What it is:

A bottle of our strongest Mint Breeze flavored CBD oil. If you take 1ml servings, this bottle is a 30-day supply.

Why it’s special
  • It’s a proprietary pharmacist-formulated blend that stands out in a world of all-the-same CBD oils
  • The bottle has 1500mg of CBD, which is 50mg/1ml
  • It has cool, sweet mint flavor to give you a fresh moment
  • It’s designed for better absorption, flavor, and texture
  • It’s base is made of 6 carefully chosen ingredients rather than the standard two
  • It’s broad spectrum, meaning it is made with all cannabinoids and compounds found in hemp but less than 0.01mg of THC.
The Basics

Broad Spectrum Pharmacist formulated Proprietary formula Independent lab tested No artificial colors or flavors Vegan & Gluten Free

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  • Broad Spectrum
  • Full Spectrum
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Strength, mg/ml
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Active: Hemp Derived Broad Spectrum Cannabinoid Extract . Other Ingredients: Glycerin, MCT oil,Natural Flavor, Sunflower Lecithin, Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) seed oil, Hemp Seed oil

Place desired amount of oil in mouth and hold for 30 seconds before swallowing.

Mint Breeze Broad Spectrum CBD Oil – (30ml) 1500mg

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If you are pregnant or nursing, we advise you to consult your personal healthcare professionals before using any CBD product.

Does Green Roads grow its own hemp?

We choose not to own farms, and instead have strong relationships with several excellent farms right here in the United States. This gives us the advantage of choosing the best hemp plants for our ingredients and rejecting any raw materials that do not meet our standards.

Can you use CBD for stress?

Green Roads CBD oil can be used to help promote a sense of calm and support the management of normal day-to-day stress. Our products may also be able to support focus and help maintain normal emotional balance. Green Roads CBD products are not designed to treat, cure, or diagnose any form of anxiety disorders, mental health conditions, or other medical ailments.

Does CBD promote relaxation?

Our CBD products may promote relaxation and a calming effect. Green Roads CBD oils can also be used for everyday situations that may cause feelings of unease. The benefits of CBD may be different for everyone.

Why is Green Roads CBD oil better than other CBD oils on the market?

Green Roads CBD oil is a premium option from a brand that sets the gold standard for quality control in the industry. We use naturally occurring cannabidiol (CBD) and other natural compounds without any artificial ingredients or harmful chemical substances.

All of our CBD extracts are obtained from hemp plants grown on farms in the United States. Each of our products has been tested by third-party laboratories for purity and quality. You can check the results of this test via a QR code on the package.

What’s in the box that I will receive? What’s in the bottle?

When you buy Green Roads CBD drops, you will get a bottle and a special measuring tool. This will let you adjust your serving size to your liking. There will be instructions and a QR code on the bottle that will take you to each product’s independent lab results.

Will CBD make me hungry?

CBD has not been known to cause extreme hunger or the condition colloquially known as “the munchies.”

Will CBD oil affect my medication?

If you are taking any medications, we recommend you consult with your physician prior to using CBD products. For the safest and most effective use of CBD, use pharmacist-formulated CBD products from a trusted manufacturer like Green Roads. Using high-grade CBD with professional medical guidance is the best way to make the most of your CBD products.

CBD stands for cannabidiol, a compound found naturally in hemp plants. Unlike THC (the active cannabinoid in marijuana), CBD is not intoxicating which means it will not get you high. CBD interacts with a series of receptors in your body known as the Endocannabinoid System (ECS). The ECS relates to a number of important systems in your body and helps keep your internal rhythms in optimal balance.

Is There THC In Green Roads’ CBD Products?

If the CBD product is broad-spectrum, it will have only non-detectable levels of THC (meaning the amount is so small it doesn’t show up on a lab report). If the product is isolate, there will be no THC. If the product is full-spectrum, it will have less than 0.3% THC, the federally legal limit for industrial hemp plants.

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Will Green Roads CBD Products Get Me High?

No. CBD is not intoxicating. THC is the compound that causes a high and all Green Roads products have less than the federally legal limit of 0.3% THC. Our broad spectrum and isolate products have even less. These minuscule amounts of THC aren’t enough to cause a high when taken as directed.

Why Do People Take CBD?

People use CBD to support their overall well-being in many ways. Some may need help with really specific issues. Others are supporting their overall well-being. Honestly, we learn a ton about how and why people use CBD from our customers.

You can do your own research online to see what challenges people are saying CBD helps them, their parents, their children or even their pets overcome. This is what it’s all about for us! We love reading positive stories about the impact our products have on people’s everyday lives. We get them from veterans, first responders, office workers, athletes, seniors, parents, and everybody else.

While we believe CBD can support wellness in many ways, you have to understand this is still a young industry. Encouraging research about CBD is emerging all the time, and we can’t wait to learn more in the future.

Why Can’t You Post All Your Reviews?

We are incredibly proud to say that of the 10,000+ reviews we’ve gotten from consumers, 90.4% have been either 4-star or 5-star. It’s a direct result of our commitment to quality and the dedication we have to our customers.

Unfortunately, due to FDA regulations, we cannot post all of those reviews on our website. The FDA forbids all CBD companies from publishing reviews in which customers mention specific health conditions. As you might imagine, a large number of our consumer reviews mention specific health conditions.

In order to comply with the FDA, we’ve published a representative selection of reviews that pass the FDA guidelines. These are actual, unaltered reviews from real customers, and because transparency is a big part of who we are here at Green Roads, they range from 1-star disappointments to 5-star raves. We’re proud of the praise, and we learn from the critiques.

Why Buy Green Roads Products?

Green Roads is the first CBD company founded by a licensed compounding pharmacist in the United States. We set the gold standard for self-regulation in the rapidly evolving CBD industry. Our first commitment is to help each person find the healthiest version of themselves through the power of plants.

CBN is a cannabinoid found in hemp plants like CBD. CBN is non-intoxicating, and while research into this compound is relatively new, there are indications CBN has properties that make it perfect for sleep formulas.

5-Hydroxytryptophan (5-HTP), also known as oxitriptan, is a naturally occurring amino acid. It’s a common ingredient in many relaxation products including Green Roads CBD Relax Capsules.

Gamma aminobutyric acid (GABA) is a naturally occurring amino acid that experts say helps you relax and calms you down. It’s a common ingredient in many relaxation products.

Green Remedy CBD Oil – All Natural or Peppermint Flavor

Packaging: Glass bottle with plastic dropper top. Approximately 4.2oz by weight.

Product Specifications: 2 fl oz (60ml) bottle contains 3000mg of hemp-derived CBD oil (hemp extract). Each serving provides 50mg of full spectrum hemp-derived CBD oil (hemp extract).

  • Full Spectrum
  • Terpene Complex
  • Non-GMO
  • Vegan
  • Kosher
  • Gluten-Free

Product Ingredients (All-natural): High concentrate hemp derived CBD oil & organic fractionated coconut oil (MCT oil)

Product Ingredients (Peppermint): High concentrate hemp derived CBD oil & organic fractionated coconut oil (MCT oil) and a touch of organic peppermint oil for flavoring

Suggested Use: Shake bottle well before each use. Take one (1) full dropper under tongue (sublingual) 1-2 times daily or as recommended by your health care professional. Allow the product to rest under tongue for 20-30 seconds before swallowing.

Green vs gold CBD oil: Does colour affect quality & why our CBD oil is green

It’s one of the most frequently asked questions in the cannabis community: What does the colour of CBD oil mean? If you’re a CBD regular, you’ll know that not all CBD oil is created equal. Quality and CBD oil colour can vary hugely from brand to brand. But if you’re new to CBD, navigating the space of CBD and colour can be confusing to say the least.

While you can’t base your decision solely on the colour of CBD oil, it can give you some useful clues about the type of CBD you can expect from it. This article will help you understand:

  • Why the colour of CBD matters
  • What factors influence CBD oil colour and
  • What the difference is between gold and green CBD
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So that you can make an informed decision when choosing the best product for your needs.

Want to learn more about what CBD and colour means and why our CBII CBD oil is dark green instead of gold?

At a glance

What factors determine the colour of CBD?

First things first. When it comes to CBD and colour, there are several factors that determine the colour of CBD oil and it can be useful to know about them when choosing your CBD product.

The key elements that affect the colour of CBD are principally the extraction method itself, the filtering technique as well as any ingredients that are added or reintroduced back into the oil.

Let’s explore each of them in further detail (or feel free to skip ahead to CBD and colour).

1. The extraction method

The extraction method used to extract the CBD can impact on the colour, and in turn the quality. Some oils may be extracted using a supercritical CO² extraction technique while others may use a hydrocarbon-based method such as ethanol extraction.

In its natural state, the Cannabis sativa L. plant matter contains chlorophyll which makes the plant appear green. Generally, with supercritical CO² extraction, the chlorophyll is removed which is why it no longer contains the natural green CBD oil colour. It tends to be more of a golden colour.

With an ethanol extraction, the chlorophyll remains which gives the oil its green colour. This is part of the phytocomplex (meaning, the mixture of plant extracts).

At CBII, we use a warm ethanolic extraction using over 90% recycled ethanol to extract our CBD from the inflorescence of the Cannabis sativa L. plant as this part contains the richest source of CBD.

The process is low-powered and gentle, minimising the loss or variation of the phytochemicals in the plant. This means we’re able to achieve an extract that contains a consistent phytochemical profile in each batch (basically, it’s the same every time). Learn more about the CBII extraction method.

2. The level of filtering

The more a product is filtered, the more potential colour change there could be (depending on the gauge of the filter used).

For example, a very fine filtration may remove some of the plant matter and therefore may alter the colour – i.e. to appear lighter. Filtering a CO² extract would probably not have the same effect.

As we’ve mentioned above, in its natural state, the Cannabis sativa L. plant matter contains chlorophyll so with less filtering, the colour will be green like the plant. If it has been filtered to remove the phytocomplex, the oil may appear more golden coloured.

3. Any additional ingredients

Once the CBD extract has been harvested safely, it is usually mixed with a carrier oil, such as olive oil, grape seed oil, avocado oil, or hemp seed oil.

The amount of carrier oil added to the extract could have an impact on the colour of CBD. That’s because the more you dilute, the more likely the colour of the extract will change towards the colour of the liquid with which you’re diluting it.

Further still, some companies may add colours that may affect the aspect of the oil. Additionally, they may include flavours or aromas to help with the taste of the oil.

At CBII, we use no artificial colours or preservatives. We dissolve our CBD in Medium Chain Triglyceride (MCT) oil to ensure stability. MCT is a high-quality carrier oil that is colourless and contains little to no flavour, leaving the taste (and colour) down to nature.

What colour should CBD oil be? Green Vs. Gold

If you’re wondering what is the best colour for CBD oil, there is no set answer here. There is no ‘fixed’ colour of what CBD is supposed to be. Different types of CBD oils will come in different colours. This can also vary from brand to brand.

In order to understand why an oil is a certain colour, we need to look at what’s inside it after it’s been extracted. To simplify what we’ll be discussing below, here’s a little refresher on the difference between full spectrum CBD vs CBD isolate:

Full Spectrum CBD Contains the full plant extract of cannabinoids, terpenes, flavonoids with trace amounts of THC. It has a herbal taste that comes from the natural plant matter.
Isolate CBD Contains CBD only – no cannabinoids, terpenes or other phytochemicals and no THC. It has little to no taste.

My CBD oil is green – What does this mean?

What is green CBD oil? In its natural state, the Cannabis sativa L. plant matter contains a pigment called chlorophyll which makes the plant appear green. If you have an oil that contains phytocomplex (like ours at CBII), then the green colour is the result of the oil containing some of this natural plant matter.

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Many people believe that if the colour of your CBD oil is green, it means that it’s a full spectrum oil. However, the fact that an oil is green does not necessarily mean it’s a full spectrum oil. It’s not always that simple.

Some companies may add chlorophyll and other ingredients to an isolate oil to make the CBD isolate colour appear green. So, the best way to make sure of the type of extract is by reading the label on the bottle.

My CBD oil is gold – What does this mean?

After extraction the manufacturer can either bottle the extract or isolate it further. For an isolate oil, only the CBD from the plant is extracted and the isolate can give the oil a golden colour.

For gold CBD oil drops that are full spectrum, all the cannabinoids are broken down and put back together with the aim to filter out as much of the phytocomplex as possible. This can also give the oil a golden colour as it is usually put into an MCT (colourless) carrier oil.

Therefore, simply looking at the colour of CBD oil is not a true test to determine what extract it is. The best way to recognize the type of extract is by reading the label on the product and the list of ingredients. Usually, it will be denoted in the ingredient list whether it is an isolate or a full spectrum extract.

Why is CBII CBD oil dark green in colour?

If you’ve seen our CBII CBD oil or used it yourself, you may have noticed that it’s an unusual dark green colour.

That’s because our CBD oil is a full spectrum phytocomplex oil which means it includes all the plant matter, such as terpenes, cannabinoids and flavonoids that naturally occur within the Cannabis sativa L. plant. These natural compounds are what give our CBD oil it’s true plant-like green colour and herbal taste.

While CBD colours vary from one brand to the next, in some cases even from one batch within the same brand to the next, CBII’s extract LINNEA315CSE TM is made with a trademarked extraction method which means that you can expect a consistent, reproducible and standardised extract from batch to batch. Read more about our patented extract.

We additionally independently test our extract for quality and reliability. From this, we are able to show the THC and CBD levels so you know you’re getting a high-quality product every time.

See our verified lab results: 100mg, 200mg and 500mg.

Does the colour affect the quality of CBD oil?

The colour of CBD does not necessarily affect the quality of the product, but it can be an indicator of quality. For example, if a product stated that it was a full spectrum phytocomplex then it should indeed contain some plant matter. However, if such an oil was completely clear in appearance and a gold colour then it would be very unlikely that the statement would be correct.

As we’ve mentioned above, the extraction technique can also affect the colour, and in turn the quality of the CBD oil. If the extraction is not performed correctly from batch to batch, then the consistency and reproduceability of the extract will differ which in turn could impact the colour. Such a product would have questionable quality if the same cannabinoid profile and content are not maintained for each batch.

Does the colour of CBD oil matter?

We would say that yes, CBD colour does matter. The colour of CBD oil is an indication of how the CBD has been extracted and potentially broken down.

However, keep in mind that this isn’t a cover-all and the best way to determine what extract or quality of oil you’re getting is to read the label on the bottle; judging an oil by its colour alone simply isn’t enough. You should also remember to look at the brand’s verified lab results.

But now you know: Whether you want a product with CBD only or looking for an oil that contains all of the natural elements of the plant like our top-selling green CBD oil UK, the choice is up to you and your personal journey.

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