Having our offices located in the heart of Colorado means that we are no strangers to CBD oil. If you are unfamiliar with the basics of this wonder compound, we published a crash course on the 10 things everyone should know about CBD and this is a good place to start.
When we were invited to try KUL CBD’s new tincture – we gladly accepted. It is branded as a high-quality, full-spectrum product enhanced with a proprietary Terpene Blend that will unleash the full benefits of the CBD. And CBD has plenty of claims to improve your health, but how it works with your particular receptors and genetics is impossible to predict.
This puts people in an awkward position when trying something like this for the first time. Is it worth it? Which brand should I try? And how much should I take? While the third question requires expert opinion, the first two are a bit more predictable.
Is it Worth It?
We think… yes. CBD has various degrees of success, but it does have a pretty good response to triggering the immune system, reducing inflammation, calming the nerves (anxiety), and offering a better night’s sleep. These are four viable reasons that will likely offer “some amount of” relief (not a cure) to whatever is ailing you (if anything).
Everyone in this office uses CBD, and we all agree that it has given us some form of relief and therefore consider it as a valuable health tool.
When choosing a CBD oil you’ll want to pay attention to four things: The spectrum, Certificate of Analysis (COA) from a third-party lab, small-batch manufacturing, and the use of terpene blends to target the results of your dose as well as aid in your absorption. KUL CBD offers all of these.
Full-spectrum means that as much of the cannabis chemical content (cannabinoids) is left intact with the tincture as is legally possible. We know cannabis works well in its natural state, but for legal purposes, we’re dealing with particular chemicals from the plant (CBD, obviously), which means that a manufacturer is going to be tasked with creating a blend that functions as it should.
Certificate of Analysis
At the bottom of every KUL product is a lot number that allows you to check up on the date of manufacture, its attributes, potency, and terpenes found within that batch. This is the COA, and we prefer manufactures who offer small batch production to go along with that, which is another thing KUL has going for it.
Terpenes give a CBD tincture its aroma, flavor, and help boost its medicinal value. Terpenes are the aminos of protein, meaning that how they are divided and dosed will determine how well they deliver results. This will take some research on your part considering that no manufacture is able to make claims on what a particular CBD can do for you. With that said, KUL has a nice blend of terpenes offering a good mix of benefits for most everyday users.
At $69 for a one-ounce bottle, that is a competitive price (and we found results at a half dropper full taken per day). This means that a KUL tincture has the potential to last a couple of months. And the Citrus flavor of the particular one we sampled was quite pleasant, and the citrus oil also helps benefit the digestive system and your overall energy level and positivity. They also offer blends with Green Tea, Vanilla, Mint, and Natural (Hemp).
We would place KUL within our top 5 list of CBD oil brands we’ve tried, based on its price, clarity of what you’re getting, presentation, and results.
You can check them out for yourself at Kulcbd.com.
Urbasm occasionally receives vendor/brand sponsorship’s for mentioning their products and services, but that does not affect our opinion on how well they work.