PlusCBD Oil CBD Review, CBD Oil Drops, 1 oz



Accuracy Rating A
CBD Value Score Fair deal
Size 1 fl oz (30 mL)
Hemp Type Full spectrum

What's in your CBD?

Test Results

We sent this product to an independent lab to see what’s inside.

From the label

Total mg listed


From our test results

Total mg cannabinoids



Accuracy Rating


This product claims 250 mg of CBD. Our test results found 225.270 mg of CBD, 9.9% less than what is listed on the product’s label.

See how this product compares to other CBD products we have tested here.


Cannabinoid breakdown per bottle

CBD (mg / bottle)


THC (mg / bottle)


Other cannabinoids (mg / bottle)


The unadulterated test results on this page come directly from the certificate of analysis (linked above) from an independent lab, which we pay directly. This is a single independent lab test 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. Learn more about our review process here.


Value: Cost per cannabinoid


Cost per mg CBD


Value Score

Fair deal

All Cannabinoids

Cost per mg cannabinoids


Value Score

Fair deal

Rare Cannabinoids*

* excluding CBD, CBDa, THC, & THCa

Cost per mg rare cannabinoids


Value Score

Good deal


Product Information

Details from the manufacturer

  • 1 oz (30 mL)
  • 250 mg CBD
  • 3 mg CBD per 0.375 mL serving (80 servings)
  • Full spectrum [suggests CBD, THC, and other cannabinoids]
  • THC: Yes
  • Other cannabinoids: Yes


Hemp Oil (Aerial Plant Parts), Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Monk Fruit (Siratia Grosvenori), Silica, Monolaurin, Quillaja Saponaria, Ascorbyl Palmitate, Alpha Tocopherol

About the product

PlusCBD Oil claims this is a full-spectrum hemp extract with 250 mg of CBD.

Our lab tests confirmed that it is a full-spectrum hemp extract that contains CBD, THC, CBDa, CBN, CBC, CBG, CBDV, and CBL.

We found that PlusCBD Oil contained 9.9% fewer milligrams of CBD than suggested by their label.

You can take this product sublingually or mix with a food or drink.

Cannabinoid breakdown per mL

CBD (mg / mL)


THC (mg / mL)


Other cannabinoids (mg / mL)

PlusCBD Oil claims to have 3 mg of CBD per 0.375 mL serving. We found that each 0.375 mL serving contains a total of 3.177 mg of cannabinoids, including 2.816 mg of CBD and 0.061 mg of THC.

About the company

PlusCBD Oil is owned by CV Sciences (previously named CannaVest). CV Sciences is a Las Vegas, Nevada corporation that is publicly traded and worth nearly $400 million. CV Sciences was founded in 2010.

The good:

  • CV Sciences was named one of top 5 CBD companies worldwide by the Brightfield Group. Brightfield Group creates industry reports and is one of the most reputable sources for understanding the CBD market.
  • CV Sciences has a supply of over 500 acres of hemp and supplies products to over 4500 stores nationwide, including Krogers.
  • CV Sciences has a pharmaceutical division that is developing synthetically derived CBD to treat medical conditions with FDA approval. Their research will help push the CBD industry forward.
  • Our lab tests confirmed that the PlusCBD Oil Drops were full-spectrum and had CBD levels within 10% of advertised.
  • CV Sciences was one of the first companies to receive the U.S. Hemp Authority Awards Seal.
  • A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau.
  • PlusCBD Oil has a “great” rating by consumers on
  • PlusCBD claims to manufacturer products in GMP certified facilities.
  • PlusCBD Oil contracted a reputable firm to perform an extensive toxicology report and deem PlusCBD Oil as “Generally Recognized as Safe (GRAS),” which is a first for the CBD industry.

The bad:

  • PlusCBD Oil has inconsistent claims. PlusCBD Oil claims their CBD Oil Drops contains 80 servings of 3 mg of CBD each, which totals 240 mg of CBD. However, their website claims this product has 250 mg of CBD. They are rounding down, which is still accurate. However, consumers may question the reliability of a product if their serving info doesn’t add up.
  • CV Sciences’ founder and CEO was accused of fraud by the SEC for inflating stocks to the point where he became the first pot stock billionaire. “The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority warned investors back in August about marijuana stock scams, saying ‘the con artists behind marijuana stock scams may try to entice investors with optimistic and potentially false and misleading information,’” according to articles in Forbes.
  • CV Sciences has investors linked to Medical Marijuana Inc., which also has a colorful past, which you can read about in our review of RSHO.

The internet:

  • An extensive internet search for “PlusCBD Oil,” “CV Sciences,” and “CannaVest,” found no reports of inconsistency, toxins, pesticides, metals, fake products, or other unethical business practices (aside from the SEC accusation mentioned above).

Other sizes available

PlusCBD Oil also offers the CBD Oil Drops in potencies of 750 mg ($89.95) and 1500 mg (Currently unavailable). However, these higher potency versions are not the same formula as the 250 mg ($41.95) bottle that we tested and we can’t provide information on their cannabinoid levels, accuracy, or value.

Other Products by PlusCBD Oil

PlusCBD Oil offers CBD Oil Drops, balm, spray, capsules, gummies, and roll-ons.


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