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zero thc cbd hemp oil

Ingredients
Fractioned Coconut Oil (MCT); Cannabidiol (CBD) from Hemp Extract (Aerial Parts); Natural Flavorings

With a refreshing touch of mint, our Zero THC CBD Oil is the purest way to enjoy CBD without any THC. With 17mg of CBD per serving, formulated from 99% pure CBD isolate, this 500mg tincture makes a great everyday oil for those who prefer a moderate daily dose.

Suggested Use*
Shake before use. Take 1 serving (1mL) under the tongue 1-2 times per day. Individual results may vary. Adjust dosage if necessary. Store in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight.

And just because you're opting for THC-free CBD doesn't mean it won't still offer up the same medicinal benefits. As with most other CBD products, THC-free CBD oils have the potential to provide various health benefits, including reducing pain, minimizing inflammation, keeping stress at bay, and helping you get a better night's sleep.

With the popularity of natural alternatives to treating pain and anxiety, many are turning to hemp extracts for the potential health benefits. But some consumers, especially those wary of cannabis in general, may want to access the therapeutic potential of CBD without ingesting even the least bit of THC.

Additionally, in the THC-free category, you'll find two types of products: broad-spectrum extracts and CBD isolate.

How to Shop for THC-Free CBD

No matter your reason, if you want to avoid THC altogether but still reap the potential perks of CBD, then a broad-spectrum or CBD isolate product is a great choice. In either case, always look for up-to-date lab test results before purchasing a product, and similar to when you add any new supplement to your wellness routine, it's recommended to check with your healthcare provider beforehand. (Related: 3 Reasons You Should Try CBD Even If You Have No Interest in Weed)

For starters, THC is a cannabinoid similar to CBD, but it's more commonly known for its psychotropic effects (THC is the ingredient in marijuana that delivers a "high"). Full-spectrum hemp extracts may contain up to 0.3 percent THC by law, but THC-free CBD oils go through more extensive distillation and purification processes to remove any detectable levels and ensure you're not ingesting any THC at all (not even that tiny 0.3 percent). 

CBD isolate is exactly what its name implies: isolated CBD. These hemp extracts contain only Cannabidiol and no other plant parts (i.e. the CBD is isolated from all other compounds and acts alone). 

Regardless of which type of hemp oil you choose, it's important to buy from a brand that implements third-party lab testing (and makes the results publicly available). These tests are performed by accredited, independent labs to verify the cannabinoid composition of a product, which ensures it's truly THC-free, among other things. In addition, lab testing procedures check for CBD potency-or the strength of the product-as well as to ensure unwanted chemicals are not present. Not all brands will lab test their CBD products, but it's best to steer clear of those that don't.