Sunsoil CBD Review [Here’s What We Had to Say]

Green Shoppers Written by Green Shoppers
Updated on November 15, 2019

Looking for a CBD product can be a time-consuming process. There is the small matter of finding a product type which suits you and your lifestyle, and then the issue of finding a good brand. There are a lot of choices out there, and many users find it difficult to know where to begin.

Here at Greenshoppers, we regularly review American and British CBD brands. Today, we are checking out US brand Sunsoil to verify its claims and put its products under the microscope. Read on to discover who this brand is, what its ethos is like, and whether its products are worth it.

Who Is Sunsoil CBD?

The founders of Sunsoil, Alejandro Bergard and Jacob Goldstein, grew up in southern New York. Alejandro used to be Chief Agricultural Officer at a hemp farm, meaning he has amazing knowledge about all the hemp plant has to offer. Jacob, meanwhile, constructed an environmentally friendly painting and cleaning company in Burlington, Vermont.

Not too long ago, the two of them came together to form Sunsoil. The brand grows its own hemp on farms in Vermont, and claims to be USDA (US Department of Agriculture) certified as organic. It’s great that the brand has total control over the products right from the seed stage, as it lessens room for accidental error.

Sunsoil’s ethos revolves around three things: People, plants, and the planet. The company breaks this down on the site, explaining that the staff is central to the company and that all the hemp is grown organically (USDA-certified) and sustainably. This leads onto the planet; Sunsoil describes itself as an ‘Earth first’ company, dedicated so consistently sustainable practices.

Does this all sound too good to be true? It’s not. The brand publishes lab results on the site to prove that the products are safe and high-quality. Sunsoil utilises three separate third-party facilities, all with ISO accreditation. Each batch is tested, and the analyses are available for your perusal on the website.

All seems great so far, but what does the product selection actually look like?

Sunsoil CBD Products

As far as we can tell, Sunsoil is a fairly new brand. The product selection is fairly small, but this might be something to do with the nascent nature of this business. For now, let’s investigate the quality of the products the brand has right now.

Sunsoil CBD Oil

Sunsoil CBD Oil

What would a CBD brand be without CBD oil? Sunsoil CBD oils are all full-spectrum, ideal for those looking to make use of the entourage effect. The cannabinoids are suspended in MCT oil, widely regarded as one of the best carrier oils for CBD. This is because MCT oil is a saturated fat, meaning that it takes longer to digest. As the oil remains in the body, the CBD has more time to reach the ECS before being intercepted by the metabolism.

Each CBD oil comes in a 60ml bottle with the dropper attached. We haven’t seen a brand sell all of its tinctures in huge bottles like this before, but it’s great news if you’re looking to bulk buy CBD. For newcomers who aren’t sure about CBD, it would be nice if there was a smaller tester option.

Sunsoil offers three flavours: Unflavoured, Chocolate Mint, Citrus, and Cinnamon. The first three are all 600mg in strength, while the Cinnamon option contains 1200mg of CBD. In case you are wondering, the flavouring comes from essential oils rather than artificial ingredients.

The prices are as follows:

  • Sunsoil CBD Oil 600mg: $30.00
  • Sunsoil CBD Oil 1200mg: $60.00

This works out at an incredible $0.05 per milligram of CBD. This cost is extremely cheap, especially considering the quality. Honestly, it’s almost too good not to buy.

Sunsoil CBD Capsules

Next up is the Sunsoil CBD capsules. There are two options, as Sunsoil distinguishes between capsules and soft gels. Both only contain hemp extract and coconut oil, but the capsules are larger. Some users prefer a soft gel format because they are smaller and easier to swallow.

No matter whether you choose capsules or soft gels, each pill contains 20mg of full-spectrum CBD. You also have the option to buy a 30-count tub or a 90-count tub. There is no difference in pricing – i.e., no discount for the larger tub – but it can be convenient to bulk buy if you use CBD a lot.

  • Sunsoil CBD Capsules 30-count: $30.00
  • Sunsoil CBD Capsules 90-count: $90.00

Sunsoil CBD Coconut Oil

Sunsoil CBD Coconut Oil

The final product is a CBD Coconut Oil. Once again, there are only two ingredients: Full-spectrum hemp extract and unflavoured coconut oil. Sunsoil says that this product can be used orally, for cooking, or applied topically. Apparently, it is even good for pets like cats and dogs.

The jar contains 600mg of CBD in total. The disadvantage of a product like this is that you don’t know how much CBD you’re getting because there is no dropper. Sunsoil says that 1ml is equivalent to one of the capsules, containing 20mg of CBD. The tub costs just $30.

Sunsoil CBD Pros

  • Excellent, easy-to-use website with plenty of information.
  • Lab results displayed on the site which verify the quality of these products.
  • Incredible prices which make CBD affordable to everyone.
  • The hemp used is USDA certified organic.

Sunsoil CBD Cons

  • Relatively small product selection.
  • Does not ship outside the USA.

Our Final Verdict on Sunsoil CBD

It’s hard to find faults with Sunsoil. This brand has a great vision and some amazing products, and we can only see it expanding further in the future. Right now, the only real issue is that there is not enough choice. It would be nice to see smaller CBD bottles, an option of CBD isolates, or something to make the brand more accessible to all.

The prices of these products got us a bit excited. It just shows that CBD can be affordable for everyone, and that you don’t have to compromise on quality. We hope that more brands will try to bring down their costs in the future.

Sadly, our UK readers will have to search for a different brand. Due to differences in the law, Sunsoil doesn’t ship outside the US. For now, there are plenty of high-quality brands in the UK, too, so it’s not too big of a problem.