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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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Ignite claims to have 33.33 mg of CBD per 1 mL serving. Lab B found that each 1 mL serving contained 31 mg of CBD and Lab A found 27 mg of CBD. It's common to see CBD doses at 5 mg, 15 mg, 25 mg, and 50 mg. So, at around 30 mg of CBD per 1 mL dose, this is a hefty dose of CBD. People can generally handle more substantial doses of pure CBD because it does not have the possible side effects of THC or other cannabinoids.
This is for someone who wants a high dose of pure CBD at an excellent price.
Our price breakdown, which was calculated based on results from Lab A, came in at 5.5 cents per mg of CBD. However, had we calculated with Lab B's results, this product would show as under 5 cents per milligram of CBD. The average cost of a CBD product is about 15 cents per milligram, so this is a great deal any way you slice it.
Ignite claims this is hemp-derived CBD oil with no THC, which suggests it's a pure CBD oil.
Our lab tests confirmed that it is a CBD oil with no THC. It may contain trace amounts of CBDV, which is typical of a pure CBD oil.
Lab B found that Ignite was extremely accurate, with only 7.6% less CBD than the label suggested. Lab A found slightly less CBD, but it was still within acceptable accuracy for CBD products. Lab results may differ based on testing methodologies of the independent labs or inconsistencies in the CBD product. The lab reports themselves were farther apart than any of the other products I've tested. This discrepancy would lead me to believe that the CBD product has an inconsistent distribution of CBD. However, that would require more testing to confirm.
Our testing of their 350 mg formula also produced lab results that were more inconsistent than usual, although both labs found the 350 mg formula had slightly more CBD than suggested. I'm merely reporting on the independent results from two reputable labs in California. I'd give Ignite the benefit of the doubt and say that their product is accurate, but we need more independent testing to confirm this.
Ignite recommends this product for sublingual (under the tongue) or topical use.