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.)
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Cibadol claims to have 60 mg of CBD per 1 mL serving and zero THC. The labs found about 66 mg to 68 mg of CBD per serving and zero THC.
*It's common to see CBD doses at 5 mg, 15 mg, 25 mg, and 50 mg for consumer products. Researchers use much larger doses (25 mg to 1500 mg of CBD). CBD dosing is highly individualized.
The average cost of CBD is about 10 cents per milligram, and many are more than double that cost. Cibadol comes in at 1 cent per milligram of CBD. Yes, 1 cent flat.
· 1 fl oz. or 30 ml
· 1,800mg CBD per bottle
· Flavor: none
· Pure CBD (CBD isolate)
· THC: No
· Other cannabinoids: No
Instructions: Place one dropper (1 mL) under the tongue, hold until absorbed.
Cibadol claims this tincture is from CBD isolate. Our lab tests confirm that this a pure CBD product. Lab A found trace amounts of CBDV, which is structurally similar to CBD and typically found in CBD isolates.
The independent labs found that Cibadol contained about 10% more CBD than suggested by their label, which we consider accurate.
Cibadol is made in Colorado by Hemp Depot. They’re a massive CBD wholesaler that sells seeds, plants, and bulk CBD to many CBD companies (read more here).
I thought this deal was too good to be true. Cibadol is 1 cent per milligram of CBD, which is half the cost of the cheapest CBD that I’ve tested. Tommy Chong’s CBD was 68 cents per milligram. Cibadol is 1 freaking cent per milligram. I’ve tested other CBD deals that I thought were too good to be true, and it turns out they were pretty much fake (example). Cibadol is not fake. It is pure CBD oil. Both labs confirmed it is squeaky clean CBD with zero THC and no other cannabinoids. Lab A shows trace amounts of CBDV, which is structurally similar to CBD and typically found in pure CBD products.
The taste is nothing. I don't taste anything and that's a good thing. It's mixed with MCT oil (fractionated coconut oil). The viscosity is good. It's not as light as water, but it's also not a thick oil. Sometimes MCT oil is sweet, but this is entirely flavorless. I give this pure CBD oil a 9 out of 10 for flavor and viscosity.
The strength is 60 mg per 1-milliliter dropper and our labs found over 65 mg of CBD per milliliter. It's accurate enough, and it's potent. Some people are only using 5 mg of CBD per day; others can double this 60 mg dose). CBD dosing is highly individualized, and I can only recommend you speak with a doctor for dosage advice. Sensitive people shouldn't take the whole dropper or go for their 30 mg formula.
The appearance is good, just good. The box feels premium, a little boring, and the bottle is a high-quality glass. My only complaint is that the dropper is not labeled with milliliter markers, making it harder to micro-dose. However, for the price, I've still got to give this a 10 out of 10 for appearance.
Cibadol is the best deal for a pure CBD product with no THC. I'm blown away by the cost. Both independent labs found that it is a perfect CBD oil. It's flavorless, and the consistency is excellent. What more is there to say?