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Hello there! As you may know the word is spreading about our Verified CBD oils as more people globally (in 50+ countries to date) try and fall in love with it! Every week, we receive many heartfelt letters from customers about the positive impact we had on their lives. Now it’s your turn!

We have curated only the very best collection of CBD products packed with benefits in our competitively priced online store. So you can incorporate them into your own daily and dietary rituals for an alternative, contemporary take on wellbeing.

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This Is Why People Trust Us

100% organic, pure and with love from Kentucky hemp.

“Within just minutes of taking your anti-stress spray, I felt some of my pent-up stress and anxiety begin to fade away.”

Maria J. Clifford

New York, NY
“CBD provides a natural anti-anxiety and antipsychotic effect.”

“Extremely helpful company, nothing is too much trouble. These sprays have made a considerable difference to my mother’s health.”

J.M Pendal

Boston, Massachusetts
“CBD is thought to protect against many of the potential negative effects of marijuana, including dependence, psychotic symptoms and cognitive impairments.”

“I always recommend verified cbd to my friends and family since they always deliver what is promised.”

J.M Pendal

Boston, Massachusetts
“Over the next few months, he stopped taking other medications.”

This is Why People Buy From Us

3 major reasons:

Pure purity!

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We are not Brokers nor just private labelers- you can buy directly from us the CBD manufacturer.


Even 71% of our customers re-order or recommend our store to a friend or family member.

Cannabidiol, more commonly known as CBD, is one of 113 known cannabinoids found in cannabis. But unlike its better-known counterpart THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), responsible for cannabis’ mind-altering effects, extensive research suggests that CBD is not psychoactive. Rather, it has been shown to have effects on a wide variety of ailments, and with none of the often-damaging side effects accompanying pharmaceuticals. CBD is most commonly found in oil-based form, which may be applied topically, ingested or sprayed.

At the present time, the US Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) lists marijuana and its cannabinoids as a Schedule I controlled substance, arguably due to THC’s psychedelic effects. This means that cannabis cannot legally be possessed, sold or prescribed. Having said that, 16 states in the United States have already CBD-specific passed laws.
Hemo-derived CBD, a THC-absent variety of cannabis sativa, had been declared legal by the industry on account of the legality of hemp itself. Confusion arose, however, when the DEA issued a statement in December 2016 stating that any derivative “from any plant of the genus Cannabis” will continue to be treated as Schedule I controlled substances, lumping cannabis and hemp together. Its legality is unclear though, as in 2004 a Federal Court ruled that hemp was OK to traffic.

What is clear though, is that with research on CBD and cannabis showing indisputably positive results, legalization has been picking up pace around the globe. And with CBD hemp oil already legal throughout much of the US, Australia and the EU, millions of people are already experiencing the benefits of CBD, with numbers only increasing exponentially.

CBD’s anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits can be obtained through its wide range of uses. It can be applied topically upon the affected area in order to fight pain directly, inhaled for a faster effect or ingested for a more long-lasting effect.

1. Psychiatric and Mood Disorders
While the mechanisms responsible for CBD’s therapeutic potential in psychiatric disorders remain unclear, evidence shows that CBD may be effective for a wide range of mood disorders including depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia and dementia.

2. Skin Conditions
CBD oil has been popping up as one of the most popular ingredients in the beauty industry due to its high anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory effects. Its benefits range from anti-ageing, to acne-fighting , to soothing more serious conditions including rosacea and psoriasis.

3. Cigarette Addiction
Preliminary findings in studies have shown that CBD reduces cigarette consumption in tobacco smokers and drug-seeking behavior in general. It has been found that CBD, when administered in spray form, leads to a dramatic reduction in the number of cigarettes smoked.

4. Multiple Sclerosis
The use of CBD on multiple sclerosis (MS) has been shown to reduce several of the associated symptoms including: neuropathic pain, spasticity, muscle spasms and sleep disturbances. Dosing the CBD oil in spray form is recommended given its fast and high absorption rates.

Ingesting CBD oil remains the preferred form of dosing given its wide-ranging and long-lasting effects. However, it is not fast-acting like inhalation and may take up to 2-3 hours for the effects to peak.
This is where the CBD oil spray comes in as one of the best options available for usage, with the second-fastest method of absorption. Its ease of use, near immediacy of results and some of the highest absorption rates possible, make the spray the preferred option to treat different conditions.

While side effects related to THC-containing cannabis are many, hemp CBD oil has been proven to be safe for consumption. Dozens of studies have proven the effectiveness of CBD in the treatment of various conditions, and shown that cannabidiol is safe with little to no side effects. Even high doses of up to 1,500 mg/day of CBD were shown to be well tolerated in humans.
It should be noted, however, that some potential side effects of CBD include its inhibition of hepatic drug metabolism and the decreased activity of p-glycoprotein, which may interact with several pharmaceuticals by changing the rate at which they are metabolized. According to the Indiana University Department of Medicine these include:

  • Steroids
  • HMG CoA reductase inhibitors
  • Antihistamines
  • Calcium channel blockers
  • IV antivirals
  • Immune modulators
  • Benzodiazepines
  • Anti-arrythmics
  • Antibiotics
  • Anesthetics
  • Anti-psychotics
  • Anti-depressants
  • Beta blockers
  • PPIs
  • NSAIDs
  • Angiotension II blockers
  • Oral hypoglycemic agents
  • Sulfonylureas

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Yours truly,

VerifiedCBD Team