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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Cornbread claims to have 25 mg of CBD per 1 mL serving. We found that each 1 mL serving contains 27.7 milligrams of CBD, about 1 mg of THC, and trace levels of other cannabinoids.
Cornbread’s distilled CBD oil came in at 9 cents per milligram of CBD. The average full-spectrum extract (products with CBD, THC, and other cannabinoids) costs 10 cents per milligram of CBD, according to my 2020 analysis of over 800 CBD products.
· 1 oz (30 mL)
· 750 mg CBD
· Flavor: Natural
· THC: Yes
· Other cannabinoids: Yes
Instructions: You can take this product sublingually or mix with a food or drink.
Cornbread Hemp claims this is a full spectrum hemp extract. Our lab tests confirmed a full-spectrum hemp extract containing CBD, THC, CBG, and trace levels of other cannabinoids.
The independent labs found that Cornbread contained 10.8% more CBD than suggested by their label.
I was initially confused about the difference between Cornbread’s whole flower and distilled CBD oil. The distilled formula costs more but has roughly the same amount of CBD, THC, and CBG. However, it has way less CBC. You’re paying more for less, which is confusing until you taste the distilled.
The distilled tastes fantastic. It’s natural, light, and refreshing. The downside is that you’re losing some of the beneficial cannabinoids, terpenes, and nutrients that come with their whole flower formula. I would go with the distilled formula if you don’t like the natural flavor of hemp.
The price is a little higher than the whole flower at 9 cents per milligram of CBD. Ten cents per milligram is average. My independent labs found that Cornbread contained about 10 percent more CBD than advertised, which is excellent. It has good amounts of THC, some CBG, but only trace amounts of other cannabinoids.
I would say that this is an average full spectrum product at an average cost and happens to taste fantastic. Oh, and it’s USDA Organic, which is nice.