Cibadol Full-Spectrum CBD Review

Image of an award ribbon for products that have been awarded the CBD Examine Authenticity Award
$
30.00
Visit Cibadol
This is an affiliate link. We need your support! Learn more.
  • Brand
  • Accuracy Rating
    A
  • CBD Value Score
    Best value
  • Size
    1 fl oz (30 mL)
  • Flavor
    No Flavor
  • Hemp Type
    Full Spectrum
  • Has THC?
    Has THC
  • Test Date
    April 2021
  • Video Review

What's in your CBD?

We purchased this CBD product and tested it at independent testing facilities to measure levels of CBD, THC, and other cannabinoids and compare the results to the manufacturer's claims. Here are the results. (Learn more about our review process.)

Test Results

Label Claims

Total mg CBD

1800 mg

Our Lab Tests

From Lab A
Difference from label

13.12% more

Accuracy Rating
B
From Lab B
Difference from label

7.02% more

Accuracy Rating
A

* Products tested prior to 2020 were sent to only one independent testing facility.

The unadulterated test results on this page come directly from these certificates of analysis from two independent labs, which we pay directly. These are two independent lab tests of one product, at one point in time. We do not guarantee that all products or labs will produce the same results. Lab results may differ based on the different methodologies of testing used by each lab or inconsistencies in the product. Added ingredients may affect lab results. Volume of creams and edibles may change due to factors such as temperature, and this may impact lab results. Learn more about our review process.

Cannabinoid Breakdown

From Lab A
Total Cannabinoids
Total CBD
Total THC
From Lab B
Total Cannabinoids
Total CBD
Total THC

Cannabinoid Breakdown by mL

From Lab A

CBD (mg / mL)

THC (mg / mL)

Other Cannabinoids (mg / mL)

From Lab B

CBD (mg / mL)

THC (mg / mL)

Other Cannabinoids (mg / mL)

Cibadol claims to have 60 mg of CBD per 1 mL serving. We found that each 1 mL serving contains a total of about 65 mg of CBD, 2.5 mg of THC, 4.5 mg of CBC, 1.3 mg of CBG, and trace levels of other cannabinoids.

Value Score

Price of Product
Cost per mg CBD*
Value Score

Best value

* Cost per mg calculated from Lab A's test results.

The average full-spectrum extract costs 10 cents per milligram of CBD. Many CBD products are double or triple that cost. Cibadol is 1.5 cents per milligram. Enough said.

Product Information

Details from the manufacturer

·       1 fl oz. or 30 mL

·       1,800mg CBD per bottle

·       Flavor: n/a

·       Full-spectrum

·       THC: Yes

·       Other cannabinoids: Yes

Suggested Use: Shake well before use. Use once or twice daily. Place one milliliter (one dropper or 20 drops) under the tongue; hold until absorbed.

Ingredients
Ingredients: Fractionated Coconut Oil (MCT Medium Chain Triglycerides), Non GMO Sunflower Lecithin, CO2 Extracted Full Spectrum Hemp Oil.

About the product

Cibadol claims this is a full-spectrum hemp extract. Our lab tests confirmed a full-spectrum hemp extract containing large amounts of CBD, THC, CBDa, CBN, CBC, CBG, and CBDV.

The independent labs found that Cibadol contained 7% to 13% more cannabinoids than suggested by their label, which is considered accurate.

Jeremy's Take

Cibadol is part of a CBD wholesaler, Hemp Depot, out of Colorado. They supply bulk CBD for many large CBD brands. While Hemp Depot is giving us Cibadol at an unbelievable price, the company mainly focuses on business-to-business sales (read more about Hemp Depot here.)

Cost

Let's get the cost out of the way. Cibadol is the best deal for real CBD that I have found during my 2020 price anaysis. Mind you, I looked at 856 products to find this deal. 1.5 cents per milligram of CBD is insane. Many popular CBD products are going for ten times this amount.

Strength

The lab tests are excellent. Not only is it the best price, but this full-spectrum also competes with any of the best products I've tested. Look at Lazarus Naturals, Bluebird Botanicals, Extract Labs, or Charlotte’s Web. The potencies will be different for all brands, but the amount of cannabinoids in Cibadol will compete with any of them. Cibadol has about 65 mg of CBD, 2.5 mg of THC, over 4.5 mg of CBC, 1.3 mg CBG, and trace levels of other cannabinoids per mL. Cibadol might have more total cannabinoids than the best companies I've tested. I should also note that many companies claim "full spectrum" and contain zero or insignificant amounts of other cannabinoids. With great power comes great responsibility. 2.5 mg of THC is significant. You may not want to take a full dropper if you're sensitive to THC, or CBD for that matter. They also make a 30 mg formula for half the dose.

Taste

Cibadol tastes as it should: a potent and natural full-spectrum hemp extract. It starts off smooth, gets earthy, and also has a woodsy flavor in between. It's just MCT oil and hemp extract. The viscosity is light (that's a good thing). Does it taste good? No, it's natural hemp extract. Is it suitable for a potent hemp extract? Yes, it's excellent. The only brand that comes close to Cibadol’s price is Lazarus Naturals, but Lazarus tastes funkier. Lazarus uses ethanol extraction, which can sometimes leave residue and unwanted flavor. Cibadol’s co2 extraction is cleaner and tastes better, in my not-so-humble opinion.

Appearance

The liquid is a golden-whisky color. The bottle and dropper are made from sturdy glass. I would like to see milliliter markers on the dropper, but we can't get everything we want for 1.5 cents per milligram of CBD. It's got a premium box with a boring design, which is perfect for 1-cent CBD.

Overall

I need to do more tests on more of their products to confirm how great I think Cibadol is. However, I've tested two Cibadol products at two independent labs. After over 160 independent lab tests on CBD products that I purchased myself, we may have discovered the best overall full-spectrum CBD.

You might also like...

More Hemp Extract Oil products
This site does not provide medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Our content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Read the disclaimer.