In the United Kingdom, cannabidiol has been classified as a medicinal product by an organisation called the MHRA. This is great news for the medical industry, as it means that products like Sativex can be produced to help people out.
However, it means that the CBD food supplement market is unregulated. As a result, consumers need to be wary of the brands they are buying from. Usually, you can tell immediately whether a brand seems trustworthy or not. If in doubt, you can read third-party reviews like this one!
Today, we will be taking a look at CBD Living. By all accounts, this company is very professional and reputable, but we will be giving you a way to run through all of the information you need to know in one place. Read on to find out all the products and prices you can get from CBD Living.
Who is CBD Living?
CBD Living is a very reputable CBD brand dedicated to quality and professionalism. The team that founded this brand had watched the CBD industry grow for many years before venturing into it themselves in 2013. The headquarters are located in California, which is a great place to manufacture cannabis-related products. However, the hemp used in the products comes from a licensed farm in Colorado – also a cannabis-friendly state.
CBD Living offers quite the range of products. You have to be careful when companies offer a huge variety, because sometimes they compromise quality for quantity. That being said, the team at CBD Living is pretty huge, and that means they can probably balance their time across all of their products. Plus, reviews are strongly positive for this brand.
According to the website, all products made by CBD Living are fair trade, so you never have to worry about ethical issues. The website claims that both extractors and manufacturers are paid at a wage above market rates. None of the products, not even the topicals, are tested on animals.
Apparently, the products all use nanotechnology. We have talked a bit about nano-CBD in our article on liposomes, but basically it means that the CBD particles are incredibly small. According to research, this makes products more effective and allows you to get more out of the products.
CBD Living Products
Speaking of the products, let’s check out the range of CBD products sold by CBD Living. Each product section has an informative description of the products and how to use them. Since CBD can be confusing, it’s always a good thing when brands make the effort to educate their customers. Lab results for each product are posted onto the website.
CBD Living Tinctures
Pretty much every single CBD brand sells oils and tinctures; CBD Living is no exception. The nano-CBD in this product is infused into MCT oil, widely regarded as one of the best carrier oils for CBD. You’ll probably be glad to know that CBD Living also uses CO2 extraction as part of its process for creating CBD products.
The product description is incredibly informative, which is great news for newbies to CBD who want to learn a bit about how it works.
CBD Living has a decent range of strengths, ranging from the beginner strength of 250mg all the way up to 1000mg, which should be enough for most users. Each oil comes in a 30ml bottle with the dropper attached:
- CBD Living Tincture 250mg: $30.00
- CBD Living Tincture 500mg: $50.00
- CBD Living Tincture 750mg: $70.00
- CBD Living Tincture 1000mg: $90.00
CBD Living Concentrates
While most CBD Living products are full-spectrum, they do offer several isolates and concentrates. Namely, they offer a 1g tub of CBD isolate in the form of a powder. The isolate is 99.9% pure CBD and can be used in versatile ways, but it is not soluble in water. It costs $40.00.
Alternatively, the shatters come in a range of options. Designed for dabbers, each one contains 500mg of pure shatter. They are based on different cannabis strains, meaning that each shatter will have a different taste depending on the terpenes present in each strain. Essentially, these are a bit like terpsolate. If you don’t like the taste of hemp and if you don’t like vaping, then you probably won’t enjoy shatters all that much. Each 500mg container costs $30, and is available in the following strains:
- Durban Poison
- Orange Cookies
CBD Living Edibles
Edibles are where CBD Living really stands out from the crowd. It’s common for brands to have an array of different products, but CBD Living has really changed the game with this extensive list of edibles.
CBD Gummies are an option that has become exceedingly common, so it would be strange if CBD Living didn’t offer this. The gummies come in an assortment of fruity flavours, including cherry, lime, pineapple, orange and lemon. They are in an adorable bear shape. The gummies are made using gelatine, so they cannot be eaten by vegans. However, the colourings and flavourings are natural and not artificial, so that’s a plus. Each gummy contains 10mg of nano-CBD.
- CBD Living Gummies Bag 100mg: $15.00
- CBD Living Gummies Bottle 300mg: $40.00
You also have the option to purchase a bottle of Sour Gummies, which are the same but obviously have a sour taste, for $40. We mentioned above that the gummies were not vegan, but CBD Living has fixed this by offering CBD Living Vegan Gummies, which are made using pectin instead of gelatine. Once again, they are $40, so there is no price disparity. Finally, there is the option to purchase the CBD Living Gummy Rings, containing flavoured gummies with 10mg of CBD each. The bag costs $15, like the bears, while the bottle costs $40. You can purchase these in either Cherry or Green Apple flavour.
CBD chocolate is another popular option for lovers of edibles. You have the option to buy both milk and dark chocolate, with each bar containing 8 segments. The bar contains 120mg of CBD in total, working out at around 15mg per segment. To be honest, the main problem with this is that you might struggle not to eat the whole bar in one sitting! The chocolate costs $20 per bar.
CBD Syrup is a product we have been seeing more and more recently. It is usually intended as a sleep aid, and the same applies to the CBD Living CBD Sleep Aid. The 118ml bottle contains 120mg of full-spectrum nano-CBD, along with 16mg of melatonin. It costs $20. You can purchase the sleep aid in the following flavours:
CBD lozenges are a handy product to have around. The CBD Living Lozenges contain 25mg of nano-CBD each, and come in a bag of 4. Lozenges are a tasty way to have a dose of slow-release CBD. Costing 15mg, the lozenges come in either Cherry or Green Apple flavour.
CBD Living Water
CBD Living is probably most famous for its CBD water. It is one of the only CBD water products on the market right now, but we think this kind of product will become a big hit in the near future. CBD Living has infused its nano-CBD into water with a pH of approximately 9.
The website says that the 500ml bottle contains 10 million nanograms of CBD. We think it would be much easier if they just states how many milligrams this is; it seems like a ploy to trick consumers. Nevertheless, CBD water rarely contains much CBD, so it’s not that big a deal.
The water from CBD Living costs $4.99 per bottle, but you can save 10% by purchasing a case of 24 bottles for $108.
CBD Living Tea
CBD Living offers quite the range of loose-leaf tea infused with nano-CBD. Normally, we see brands offering one CBD tea variety, normally in the form of a CBD tea bag, so we applaud CBD Living for taking the extra steps. They even offer equipment for you to brew the tea, which is unique for a CBD brand.
Each tea blend contains 150mg of CBD, spread out over 20 servings – that’s around 7.5mg of CBD per serving. The tea is quite delicious and offers a way for everyone to consume a tasty CBD beverage, since each one can be brewed into a hot tea or an iced tea. Here are the flavours and prices of the teas and the accessories:
- Mango Herbal Tea: $30.00
- Passion Green Tea: $30.00
- Matcha Instant Green Tea: $30.00
- Chai Turmeric Tea: $30.00
- Coconut Herbal Tea: $30.00
- Berry Black Tea: $30.00
- CBD Tea Infuser Ball: $10.00
- CBD Tea Silicon Infuser: $12.00
- CBD Tea Infuser Bottle: $20.00
- CBD Tea Leaf Infuser Straw: $10.00
CBD Living Capsules
Technically, CBD Living counts the capsules as edibles, but we have listed them separately. These capsules are in a soft gel format, containing full-spectrum nano-CBD and flavonoids mixed with natural hemp extract. The gel contains no gelatine and is vegan-friendly. The main ingredients are hemp extract and hemp seed oil.
- CBD Living 25mg Gel Capsules 30-count: $60.00
- CBD Living 5mg Gel Capsules 30-count: $20.00
CBD Living Topicals
Once again, CBD Living has outdone itself with the impressive range here.
First up is the CBD Living Lotion. In an easy-to-use pump dispenser, the lotion contains 250mg of nano-CBD and is designed to moisturise dry skin. The ingredients include things like jojoba oil, sesame oil, and algae extract. These are all ingredients that will be kind to your skin. Each bottle is 16oz and costs $30; you can purchase it in Unscented, Lavender, or Eucalyptus variety.
Next is the CBD Living Soap. It is made primarily of coconut oil, and so is vegan-friendly even though many bars of soap are not. The bar is 127.5g, providing you with plenty of lovely scented soap – we suggest using this as fancy soap in your guest bathroom! The ingredients such as oat protein and safflower oil supposedly help to moisturise dry skin to leave your hands feeling soft. Your options are Lavender, Amber Bergamot, Eucalyptus, or Coconut Lime, all containing 60mg of CBD and costing $14.
Thirdly, there is the CBD Living Freeze. CBD topicals for muscle soreness are pretty common nowadays, and many of them are cooling creams and gels. CBD Living has opted for a roll-on containing 250mg of full-spectrum hemp extract. It also contains aloe vera, arnica, and tea tree which will cool the area and bring relief from aches and pains. The 88ml bottle costs $30.
CBD Living Bath Bombs come as no surprise, given that bath bombs are becoming popular options in the CBD skin care world. Each CBD Living bath bomb contains 60mg of CBD. These vegan-friendly bombs do not contain any animal ingredients; the fragrances and dyes are completely natural ingredients, and CBD Living guarantees that their bath bombs won’t stain the tub. Whether you risk that is up to you – but it does say on the site that you’re safe. Costing $14, you can buy the bath bombs in Lavender, Eucalyptus, Amber Bergamot, and Coconut Lime scents.
The CBD Living Topical Patch is a slightly more unique product. It is a patent-pending product, too, so you might not see it anywhere else soon enough. The patch can be applied to anywhere on the skin that has been plagued by inflammation, and can even be worn discretely under clothing. Apparently, the patch provides 96 hours of pain relief – that’s a long time! It is latex-free and vegan-friendly, as well as hypoallergenic. CBD Living has really thought of everything! Currently, there is only one option available, containing 60mg of CBD for $20.00. For one patch, that’s a pretty big price tag.
Finally, CBD Living offers CBD Suppositories. We can’t imagine these are the most popular products! Nevertheless, you have the option. Each suppository contains 50mg of CBD, in a pack of 10. It costs $50.00.
CBD Living Vapes
Most companies sell CBD vaping products nowadays. At CBD Living, you have two options. The disposable CBD vape pens all contain 250mg of CBD and offer a sleek design in the colour black. They are small enough to fit into your pocket and are very simple to operate. You have a variety of flavours to choose from, with each costing $40.
Alternatively, if you are already a vaper and have your own device, you can purchase the CBD Living E-Juice in a variety of flavours and strengths. Like most companies, CBD Living has used vegetable glycerine (VG) and propylene glycol (PG) as the base for its e-liquid; some companies have begun moving away from this, so we’re slightly disappointed. Nonetheless, it’s not the end of the world.
- CBD Living Disposable Vape – Bubblegum: $40.00
- CBD Living Disposable Vape – Blueberry: $40.00
- CBD Living Disposable Vape – Natural: $40.00
- CBD Living Disposable Vape – Sour Diesel: $40.00
- CBD Living Disposable Vape – Grapefruit: $40.00
- CBD Living Disposable Vape – Tangie: $40.00
- CBD Living E-Juice 250mg – Watermelon Bubblegum: $30.00
- CBD Living E-juice 250mg – Pina Colada: $30.00
- CBD Living E-Juice 250mg – Cinnamon Swirl: $30.00
- CBD Living E-Juice 250mg – Tropical Blend: $30.00
- CBD Living E-Juice 1000mg – Watermelon Bubblegum: $60.00
- CBD Living E-Juice 1000mg – Passion Fruit Orange Guava: $60.00
- CBD Living E-Juice 1000mg – Unflavoured: $60.00
- CBD Living E-juice 1000mg – Tropical Blend: $60.00
CBD Living CBD for Pets
The only product for pets offered by CBD Living is the Pet Capsules. These are made using the same nano-CBD and hemp seed oil, and is well-catered for your pet in that it will not harm them. Each capsule contains 25mg and can be hidden in food. It is suitable for dogs up to 68kg.
The 30-count bottle costs $60.00.
CBD Living Pros
- Huge range of products, but CBD Living still hasn’t compromised on quality.
- This is a well-known brand that has been operating for a long time. You know that you can trust CBD Living with every purchase.
- Consistent pricing, and it’s not all that expensive.
CBD Living Cons
- Sometimes the website seems a bit disorganised and it’s a bit hard to find products. The site is generally good, but there is no order to the listings.
- As far as we know, this brand unfortunately doesn’t ship to the UK. We can understand why, given the difference in US and UK law, but it’s still a shame.
Our Final Thoughts on CBD Living
CBD Living is definitely a leading brand in the CBD industry. It has been around for a while now, and it’s obvious that this brand knows what they are doing.
Everything about CBD Living screams quality and professionalism, from the packaging and website to the manufacturing process and the end products. Customers who buy from CBD Living often swear by them. The products are not too expensive, and you know that you are always getting something high-quality. If you doubt that, then you can check the lab reports.
It’s always a shame when a quality U.S. brand doesn’t ship to the UK, so it’s lucky that we have plenty of our own reputable brands right here. Hopefully, wider acceptance and understanding of CBD in the future will allow these boundaries to be crossed.