DISCLAIMER

Suggested Use for CBD such as holistic healing benefits and therapeutic options to medicineFreshleaf CBD is a holistic approach to medicine.

We are not doctors. We do not claim Cannabidiol (CBD) can diagnose, cure, or treat any disease. However, we do believe CBD offers life-enhancing benefits and therapeutic relief for some ailments.

Our products contain 99.9% pure cannabidiol (CBD) isolate derived from domestically grown USA hemp. Consuming Freshleaf CBD products will never produce psychoactive effects.

We recommend starting at a low dose and gradually working your way up as necessary.

CONCENTRATE

CBD Concentrate – 15ml bottles available in 150mg, 350mg,  600mg, and 1000mg varieties.

Freshleaf CBD Concentrate can be used sublingually, mixed into a drink, infused into food, or added to your favorite e-liquid. Below is a suggested use chart.

*Note: If you do not have an accurate dropper or measurement tool, you can estimate a milliliter as roughly 6-8 drops of liquid.

Strength MG of CBD per Milliliter
150mg 10
350mg 23.3
600mg 40
1000mg 66.6

Our research and testimonies from clients tell us the most efficient way to ingest our concentrate is sublingually.

We do not suggest vaping the concentrate without adding it to an e-liquid (although it will not harm you if taken this way) because it is a high PG concentrate. Therefore, it will result in a harsher vape.

E-LIQUID

CBD E-Liquids – 30ml bottle available strengths are 150mg and 350mg

We’ve partnered with some of the top selling e-liquid flavor specialists in the United States to provide you the tastiest options for experiencing the body boosting properties of cannabidiol (CBD). View the suggested use for our CBD E-liquid below:

Strength MG of CBD per Milliliter
150mg 5
350mg 11.6

Keep in mind Cannabidiol (CBD) melts at about 150 degrees Fahrenheit. Therefore, when it comes to heat, less is more.

FDA DISCLOSURE

These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat or cure any disease. Always check with your physician prior to starting a new dietary supplement program.