Five CBD Brands That Are Doing it Right

CBD is being marketed everywhere. From oils and topicals to edibles, there are now infinite ways to introduce cannabidiols in your lifestyle. However, as buyers get overwhelmed by the number of products being launched every week, companies have to work harder to stand out from the competition. So, what is the strategic approach to ensure people’s trust in a product? The answer lies in the ingredient label. We listed five brands that are being acclaimed for bringing transparency in labelling and keeping CBD education as their top priority among consumers.

Stevie 

A new favourite within the fashion world, Stevie is a CBD organic tincture oil launched by influencer Courtney Trop, better known as @alwaysjudging on Instagram. Ideal for those who struggle with jet lag, anxiety or poor sleeping schedule, Stevie is a great addition to anyone who has just started familiarizing themselves with hemp-based products. The formula includes organic MCT oil from coconuts which, when combined with CBD oil, allows the tincture to transfer into the bloodstream. The 500-milligram bottle – sold for 60$ - contains less than 0.3% of THC (the principal psychoactive constituent of cannabis) and is vegan, gluten-free and Non-GMO. 

Gossamer Dusk 

From Manrepeller to Coveteur, Gossamer’s Dusk CBD tincture oil has been receiving outstanding reviews since landing on the market. Designed to get your sleeping schedule back in track, Dusk 1-ounce bottle contains 300 mg of full-spectrum CBD, high levels of CBN, and a calming terpene blend of Myrcene, B-Caryophyllene, Linalool, and Citral.  Simply squeeze a dropper's worth under your tongue, hold it for 30-60 seconds and let it do the magic. Since the effectiveness of the tincture depends on different factors, including how fast your metabolism works and how much you weigh, each bottle comes stamped with a unique lot number so that consumers can look up the test results for their specific batch.


Feals

“A better way to feel better” is the claim of Feals, a CBD tincture oil whose qualities include helping manage anxiety, pain and sleeplessness. The tiny orange bottle comes in different sizes (40 MG, 80 MG and 160 MG), giving customers the opportunity to choose the strength that works best for them. If you are in doubt on which potency to get, you can purchase a sample of each for 20$. All products derived from 100% organic, industrial hemp plants from Colorado and Oregon, blended with 100% USDA organic MCT Oil – a fat-burning superfood. Plus, they contain no additives like fillers, chemicals, or flavours that alter the formula. 


Ohne 

Next in line is Ohne’s Holy Cramp, the UK’s first pro-period CBD cosmetic oil specifically designed for fighting period pain. The business was founded by best friends Leah and Nikki with the purpose of making women feel comfortable and pain-free during menstrual cycles. The formula is made of hemp plant extract and is enriched with Argan, Lavender and Lemon essential oils, which not only contain therapeutic properties but are also known to work in conjunction with CBD. This combination helps enhance the effect it has on the cannabinoid receptors in the body. For usage, rub a few drops onto your belly or lower back in your hour or days of need. 


Standard Dose 

What makes e-commerce platform Standard Dose stand out is their commitment to educating consumers on CBD. So, if you’re thinking of using CBD oil as a complement to your beverages and food, look no further than Standard Dose Tincture. Derived from New York State hemp plants, the 33 MG dropper contains 1000mg CBD isolate, MCT oil and 0% THC, which makes it a great remedy against inflammation, anxiety and a bad sleeping schedule. However, it can also be easily introduced to your daily routine for a more balanced lifestyle. The recommended daily usage is up to two times per day – just apply one full dropper under the tongue and hold for 20 seconds before swallowing.

SHARE
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Pinterest
SIMILAR ARTICLES
Hybridists of the Fashion Sphere
By Alice Ierace and Ludovica Parisi
Streetwear meets Japanese Heritage at Facetasm...
By Alice Ierace and Ludovica Parisi
By Alice Ierace and Ludovica Parisi
Streetwear meets Japanese Heritage at Facetasm Show   Founded in 2007 by Japanese designer Hiromichi Ochiai, Facetasm embraces Tokyo’s essence through a variety of laid-back styles from the sportswear vibe. His ability to play with perspectives...
Streetwear meets Japanese Heritage at Facetasm Show   Founded in 2007 by Japanese designer Hiromichi Ochiai, Facetasm embraces Tokyo’s essence through a variety of laid-back styles from the sportswear vibe. His ability to play with perspectives categorises him as one of the most eclectic menswear and womenswear designers of the time. From unisex...
A Duchampian Affair at Loewe
By Elisa Carassai
“Everything important that I have done can be put into a little suitcase," said Duchamp in...
By Elisa Carassai
By Elisa Carassai
“Everything important that I have done can be put into a little suitcase," said Duchamp in 1952. Inspired by the same artful spirit, at Loewe, Jonathan Anderson decided to ship across the world a series of boxes containing the things that inspired him, the details that made the process of...
“Everything important that I have done can be put into a little suitcase," said Duchamp in 1952. Inspired by the same artful spirit, at Loewe, Jonathan Anderson decided to ship across the world a series of boxes containing the things that inspired him, the details that made the process of creating so special and mini iterations of his final looks. Almost mirroring Duchamp's desire to display...
Sartorial Masters Debut at Paris Menswear
By Elisa Carassai and Ludovica Parisi
Summer Nostalgia at Davi Paris...
By Elisa Carassai and Ludovica Parisi
By Elisa Carassai and Ludovica Parisi
Summer Nostalgia at Davi Paris Spring / Summer 2021    After working for over 20 years at Ter et Bantine, Dirk Bikkembergs, Mila Schon and Giorgio Armani and Gucci, Italian designer Davide Marello finally displayed his own...
Summer Nostalgia at Davi Paris Spring / Summer 2021    After working for over 20 years at Ter et Bantine, Dirk Bikkembergs, Mila Schon and Giorgio Armani and Gucci, Italian designer Davide Marello finally displayed his own creative vision in 2018, launching Davi Paris at Paris Men’s Fashion Week.   With his subtle,...
GmbH and The Power of Community
By Elisa Carassai
Formed in 2016 by Serhat Isik and Benjamin Alexander Huseby, Berlin-based collective GmbH has...
By Elisa Carassai
Formed in 2016 by Serhat Isik and Benjamin Alexander Huseby, Berlin-based collective GmbH has garnered over the past few years a reputation for their diverse collaborative approach and innovative sustainable outlook which ensures the majority of the pair’s clothes are made from deadstock material...
Formed in 2016 by Serhat Isik and Benjamin Alexander Huseby, Berlin-based collective GmbH has garnered over the past few years a reputation for their diverse collaborative approach and innovative sustainable outlook which ensures the majority of the pair’s clothes are made from deadstock material sourced from a high-end factory in Milan – in resistance to the overconsumption of today’s fashion...
Standing Against Adversity Together
By Elisa Carassai and Sasha Regazzoni
SEAN SUEN  For Paris Digital Fashion Week, SUEN SUEN has debuted “Dionysian”, the brand’s...
By Elisa Carassai and Sasha Regazzoni
By Elisa Carassai and Sasha Regazzoni
SEAN SUEN  For Paris Digital Fashion Week, SUEN SUEN has debuted “Dionysian”, the brand’s Spring-Summer 21 collection which explores the dichotomy between the essence of human life and its conflicting internal emotions. The collection premiered with a short esoteric film capturing the tragic...
SEAN SUEN  For Paris Digital Fashion Week, SUEN SUEN has debuted “Dionysian”, the brand’s Spring-Summer 21 collection which explores the dichotomy between the essence of human life and its conflicting internal emotions. The collection premiered with a short esoteric film capturing the tragic theme of an irrational state of intertwined pain and intoxicating revelry where souls wander in a state...
Time Travelling to Old Glamour at PFW
By Alice Ierace and Sasha Regazzoni
Preppy School and 50s Galore at Ernest W. BakerFor the second day of Paris Fashion Week, brand...
By Alice Ierace and Sasha Regazzoni
By Alice Ierace and Sasha Regazzoni
Preppy School and 50s Galore at Ernest W. BakerFor the second day of Paris Fashion Week, brand Ernest W. Baker decided to rely on its heritage. “For a lot of people, us included, the pandemic and subsequent lockdown were a moment of awakening to what is really important. Being away from our loved...
Preppy School and 50s Galore at Ernest W. BakerFor the second day of Paris Fashion Week, brand Ernest W. Baker decided to rely on its heritage. “For a lot of people, us included, the pandemic and subsequent lockdown were a moment of awakening to what is really important. Being away from our loved ones, or unable to be with them physically really pushed this idea of family,” the designers...
Rave Digital: Ravensbourne Launches Fashion Game on Twitch
By Elisa Carassai
As Haute Couture Week draws to a close and Menswear begins...
By Elisa Carassai
As Haute Couture Week draws to a close and Menswear begins its digitised alternative, it comes as no surprise that brands have been battling to find ways to stand out from their competitors in the most ingenious ways on various video streaming...
As Haute Couture Week draws to a close and Menswear begins its digitised alternative, it comes as no surprise that brands have been battling to find ways to stand out from their competitors in the most ingenious ways on various video streaming platforms.   One of these is Amazon's Twitch, a video-streaming platform that started with gamers and now...
Unconventionality is The Word
By Alice Ierace and Ludovica Parisi
For the first day of Paris Fashion Week Online, British luxury brand JW Anderson decided to...
By Alice Ierace and Ludovica Parisi
By Alice Ierace and Ludovica Parisi
For the first day of Paris Fashion Week Online, British luxury brand JW Anderson decided to premiere an exclusive short video in black and white. “The idea is that you can tell and experience the story in your own way. At your own pace. It’s about going back to making and telling stories,”...
For the first day of Paris Fashion Week Online, British luxury brand JW Anderson decided to premiere an exclusive short video in black and white. “The idea is that you can tell and experience the story in your own way. At your own pace. It’s about going back to making and telling stories,” explained the designer. With this idea of exploration and storytelling in mind, photographer Lewis Ronald...