There is an abundance of CBD oils on the market these days. Finding the best product for your specific needs can be tricky if you don’t know exactly what you are looking for. So what are you looking for? If your answer is a quality broad-spectrum CBD oil, you have come to the right place. Here at Real Tested CBD, we do the footwork for you; testing CBD products to fact check label claims, purity, and potency. Here is our list of top 10 broad-spectrum CBD oils, based on our independent lab test results and our expert CBD review scale.
What Is Broad-Spectrum CBD?
When it comes to shopping for a broad-spectrum CBD oil, or any CBD oil really, it’s helpful to first know some terminology. Broad-spectrum means that a CBD product contains the full spectrum of compounds from hemp or CBD-grade cannabis plant, but with a trace amount of THC removed. Full-spectrum is similar but typically leaves trace amounts of THC and all other cannabinoids. CBD isolates usually strip away other cannabinoids, leaving pure CBD. Broad-spectrum CBD oils are a great way to receive many of the potential therapeutic benefits of hemp and cannabis plants without worrying about any THC or “high” factors.
Real Tested CBD’s Top 10 Broad-Spectrum CBD Oils
Hemptown USA’s CBG Tincture ranks first with a whopping 1380mg of CBD and nearly 250mg of CBG, just slightly under the label claim. This oil also contains CBD and CBC, and zero-THC, aligning with all the rare cannabinoids we love to see in a broad-spectrum oil. This quality CBD oil is also a great value for purchasing CBD, especially with a high CBG content.
Tribe CBD’s natural flavor 1000mg CBD oil comes in fourth, with a highly recommend from our expert review. The oil tests extremely accurate to label claims, with just over 1000mg of CBD, as well as CBN, CBC, and CBG and zero amounts of THC. The natural flavor of this oil is also enjoyable and not overly “hempy.” Tribe CBD also has a 250mg Citrus flavored broad-spectrum oil that similarly received a recommendation from our experts.
Coming in at second is Penguin CBD’s 600mg tincture. This oil tests above its label claim with 740mg of CBD, and also includes CBN, CBC, and CBG. There is no THC in this oil, but with the other amount of rare cannabinoids present, this quality broad-spectrum oil gets a highly recommend and a score of 90 on our expert scale. Penguin CBD also has a 250mg and 1000mg broad-spectrum oil that rank just as well as the 600mg counterpart.
Another Receptra Naturals oil with a recommendation from us at Real Tested CBD. This oil contains more CBD than listed on the label by nearly 200mg. We didn’t see the rare cannabinoids we like to see in broad-spectrum oils, but this is a THC-free oil, making it a safe choice for just about anyone.
Our fourth pick is ReNanocraft’s CBD Gold Series 2000 Mg Oil Drops. What this product lacks in some more common cannabinoids, it makes up for in THCV, a very rare, but beneficial, cannabinoid. The label claims that it contains 2000 Mg of CBD and the tests have shown that to be accurate. Overall, this is a great bang for your buck!
Colorado Botanicals 750mg peppermint CBD oil comes in at number five on our list of best broad-spectrum oils. This CBD oil tests above the label claim for CBD amounts, but is lacking other rare cannabinoids. This oil has a great peppermint flavor and is also 100% THC-free. Colorado Botanicals also offers a 300mg peppermint broad-spectrum oil that tests very similar to this one.
Next are InspoLife Solutions 1000Mg Broad-Spectrum CBD drops. These drops tested accurately to the label claim for CBD, but they are missing a few cannabinoids that we think should be included in a broad-spectrum CBD product. However, shipping is free!
Lucky number seven on our list is Big Sky Botanicals with their 250 Mg drops. This is another product that contains the rare THCV cannabinoid (a whole 8mg of it!), and it tests at 44mg above the label claim. Of course, it passed residual solvent & pesticide testing as well.
Testing very close to the label claim, Superganix broad-spectrum oil gets a recommendation from our expert review. This oil doesn’t contain the rare cannabinoids we look for in broad-spectrum oils, but it does test accurately for zero THC and passed all solvent and pesticide tests.
In ninth place is On The Green’s CBD Recovery tincture. This oil tests above label claims with just over 1000mg of CBD as well as having CBC, CBG, and CBN. There are no amounts of THC, but we did find this oil to be a bit more pricey in comparison to other broad-spectrum oils we have reviewed.
A88CBD’s 300 Mg Oil Tincture is our finalist in our top 10 broad-spectrum CBD oils. This oil tests within our 30% limit of their label claim. However, it contains very small amounts of other cannabinoids. Still, it’s a great value, especially for cinnamon lovers!