Kine is a CBD manufacturer that produces CBD tincture of various flavors, as well as Kine Drops, which are CBD lozenges. Kine Drops come in several different flavors, and are all CBD isolate products.

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We had a chance to test Kine's CBD products; the test results, as well as the expert CBD reviews can be found below! Take a look at Kine CBD products on Real Tested CBD.
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kine unflavored cbd tincture

Kine Unflavored CBD Tincture
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Kine Unflavored Tincture gets an acceptable rating from our expert CBD review staff because it comes in pretty closely to the label claim for CBD content. This product claims that it is an isolate CBD process, and the lack of cannabinoids other than CBD supports that claim.

Overall Quality
75
CBD$/Value
85
Ease of Use
80
Shipping Time/Cost
75
79

Overall Quality

kine watermelon drops – 5 pack – 50 mg

Kine Watermelon Drops – 5 Pack – 50 mg
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Kine Watermelon CBD Drops got an acceptable rating from our expert CBD review staff because they test almost identically to the label claim! They tested to have 58 mg of CBD vs the label claim of 50 mg. However, as advertised, this is a CBD isolate product, which means that there are no rare cannabinoids like CBC, CBG, or CBN present in this product.

Overall Quality
85
CBD$/Value
75
Ease of Use
90
Shipping Time/Cost
80
83

Overall Quality

From the manufacturer: At Kine, we are committed to the best. Our sublingual products are infused with CBD extracted from industrial hemp grown and processed in the USA, contain NO THC, and are vegan and gluten free. We use NO sugar, NO artificial flavors, colors, or sweeteners and test our products regularly for quality, consistency, and purity. Don’t settle for less! About Sublinguals: Sublingual absorption occurs through the tissues in the mouth and is faster and more effective than edibles, with almost 100% absorption. It is not impacted by what has been eaten throughout the day and is the most consistent and efficient method of administration. Edibles (foods that are chewed and swallowed) go through “first-pass metabolism” in the liver before reaching the bloodstream and provide only 10-20% absorption.