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30 Best CBD Products for 2020

If you take a walk around any beauty or wellness related store, you’ll notice a countless sea of CBD products. Same when checking out cafe menus in big cities in the US or Canada. 

When it comes to popularity multipurpose CBD products like tinctures seem to lead the way, but other more specific ones are still topping sales charts in their respective niches (from edibles to beauty products). People use them to relax, make their skin more well, reduce pain and treat various conditions.

If you’ve wondering what CBD products included already exist, or want to search for something new – we have you covered. Today we’ll showcase the most popular cannabidiol goods coming from a wide range of industries. Enjoy!


1. CBD oil

Oils are without doubt among the most popular CBD products. They come in small bottles and containers with a dropper on top. This way you can easily control the amount of drops you want to take. Oils like that can be swallowed, used sublingually and some people even cook with them (although because of their strong taste, they might need lots of seasonings to cover the strong, herbal taste).

2. CBD tinctures

Sometimes mistaken with oils – these liquids also come in small bottles. You place a drop or two under your tongue, although some people prefer to add some to their tea. The main difference from oils is the fact that tinctures have an alcohol base and can contain additional ingredients. 

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3. Gummies

Likely the number one edibles, at least when it comes to their online store presence. CBD gummies have taken US and Canada by storm. They look like regular gummy candy, can be easily dosed and taken whenever you want – even during stressful life situations with plenty of people around.

4. Chocolates

When you’re craving for something even sweeter than gummies – these are also great, and seem to be popular too. They can be dark, milky and pretty much any other flavour (although more dark and bitter ones play better with CBD due to its taste). Doses of cannabidiol are bigger here, but you can divide each bar into pieces and suit your needs. If you like cooking you can also make your own chocolate with CBD oil.


5. Dried fruits and nuts

These packages seem to be gaining lots of traction too. Fully vegan, mixed, dried treats to snack on while doing something else. They can be bought in packets, but we’ve also seen producers offering subscription-like services for big companies getting them for their workers. 


6. Candy

And if you prefer harder sweets, here’s something that might suit your needs. Candy with CBD can come in the shape of pralines, bonbons, hard candy, fudge, bars and many others. 


7. Honey

CBD is a good match for honey’s incredibly sweet taste. And pouring a spoon or two to your evening tea might be a nice way to relax. CBD infused honey can also be used for cooking plenty of cakes and cookies. It’s available in jars or small sticks.

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8. Sugar

Another new idea that might be revolutionary for some people. If you like your coffee sweet or want to bake something sugary – you can always use this instead of CBD tinctures/oils. A single serving is said to have 25mg of cannabidiol. If you prefer sweeteners like stevia, there are sweetening drops available at some stores.


9. Cookies

Long known classic, at least when it comes to cannabis cuisine. CBD-only variety is available as well and quite popular nowadays. Many bake these on their own, but you can buy them easily too. CBD cookies can contain additional ingredients like nuts and chocolate chips. The ones we’ve found contain about 100mg of CBD per cookie – pretty strong comparing to other foods mentioned here.

10. Soda

Number one when it comes to drinks with CBD and quite likely among the top products in general. Flavors of these canned and carbonated drinks usually involve fruits, cola, ginger or mint, but you can also get classic mineral water with CBD added to it and no sweeteners or sugar. The amount of CBD is rather on the lower side though. 

11. Coffee

The bestseller at coffee shops and plenty of cafes almost all over North America. Available in any form: espresso, latte or cappuccino and with any ingredients you like: from milk and honey to pumpkin spice. Coffee mixed with CBD can make you not only focused but also relaxed at the same time. If you’d rather make your own aromatic drink, you can get coffee beans infused with CBD (plenty of varieties there) or cans ready for drinking.

12. Tea

No matter if you like drinking earl grey at 5PM or a enjoy a cup of green tea to get some morning energy. Tea is not only a vital part of western and eastern diet but also an important beverage in many cultures. CBD teas are sold in stores or served in some local businesses – barbers, spa places and more. There’s a wide variety of options fit for hot and cold days – tea bags, ice tea, canned tea and even sparkling tea.

13. Beer

While alcohol containing CBD is often questionable (check the labels, some producers just slap a huge cannabis plant leaf there and put barely any cannabidiol into their products) some good examples still exist and might be worth checking out. UK for example has a brand of craft beer that’s low on alcohol but contains a proper, legal CBD. This way you can enjoy the unique and irreplaceable taste of beer with CBD and not get totally wasted.

14. Wine

If you prefer more fruity types of alcohol – this might be interesting for you. CBD wine is a pretty new thing but, as you can guess, it already has plenty of fans. Like beer, it’s also less alcoholic than the regular one, but that makes the effect of CBD more noticeable. 

15. Moisturizers

Beauty & wellness industry was one of the very first to adapt to the entire CBD trend. Moisturizers were one of the first products and they’re still as popular as back then. Coming in the form of cream or lotion they make the skin more hydrated while also granting it the core benefits of CBD – inflammation reduction, pain relief, plenty of vitamins and fatty acids. 

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16. Skin cleaning cosmetics & serum

Antioxidant properties of CBD can fight dangerous free radicals and aid you in maintaining a healthy complexion. Careful cleaning of your face with CBD cosmetics should help maintain good skin quality and younger looks. It can also make treating and avoiding problems like acne easier. 

17. Sunbathing screens

CBD makes sunbathing screens even more potent than usual. After applying to user’s skin, they can make sunburn less severe, treat it, help with pain and avoid the entire thing even more. Sunburnt skin is obviously a type of inflammation so topical protection cosmetics with cannabidiol might be quite helpful there.

18. Shampoos

Skincare cosmetics are quite plentiful, but what about the hair? CBD oil products can make hair heavier, stronger and more shiny. They strengthen your scalp, moisturize hair and make them more resistant to damages. The process of losing hair is also slowed down or even prevented.

19. Hair pomades

We’re continuing the topic with another product that underwent CBD renaissance. I’m talking about hair pomades which are often used for styling. Cannabidiol, rich in proteins, vitamins, omega 6 fatty acids and amino acids – can have a beneficial effect on your hair and scalp while other ingredients allow shaping them in any way you want.

20. Beard grooming CBD products

These make you facial hair more hydrated, healthy and likely to grow better. Same with treating the skin underneath. Ask your friendly barber for advice if you’re looking for these.

21. Mascaras

Time for another hair related CBD products – mascaras. They’re used mostly to make eyelashes look heavier and longer. A bit of CBD in your favourite product will make them more durable and less likely to fall out. 

22. Bath bombs

Since so many people mention how relaxing CBD oil based products are, using them during activities that are already associated with relaxation, might be a wonderful idea. If you enjoy having long, aromatic baths – there’s something for you here. There are plenty of popular and worthwhile CBD products you can add to your bathtub to enhance your warm pleasure. Bath bombs are praised a lot for example. Thanks to their fragrance, minerals and the addition of CBD they can make whoever’s using them feel calmed down and help her or him unwind.

23. Lubricants

Spicing your sexual life up a bit is usually a great idea, and plenty of cosmetic creators claim that they have just the right solutions. A CBD variant of such solution was bound to happen at some point and now we have a wide range of lubes and other similar products. They can help with relaxing before sex, which is often a problem for many people, even though barely anyone admits it. CBD  can also be great to improve lubrication, boost pleasure and lessen the potential pain.

24. Toothpaste

While it acts like a regular paste and the flavour isn’t that much out of the ordinary, it has additional properties that toothpaste usually lacks. Anti-pain effect is especially great here as many people with sensitive gums often bleed when brushing their teeth.

25. Soap

No matter if you want to use them for washing hands or rubbing into your body when bathing – there are tons to choose from. Most soaps contain up to 100 mg of cannabidiol as well as essential oils that give them fragrances from lavender to rose.

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26. Tinctures for animals

One of the most sought after CBD products since the very beginning of the CBD trend. Cat and dog variants are widely available, and you can find some that cover many smaller animals. Using them should always be consulted with a vet, but according to animal research, they can help in a variety of conditions: from arthritis, lack of appetite and cancer to mental problems like anxiety and fear of loud noises (e.g. fireworks). Animal tinctures can be mixed into their meals or poured into the water.

27. Treats for cats and dogs

If you’d prefer something more tasty and ready for serving – go for animal treats. Your four legged friend will not only love to munch on them but also reap the wellness benefits. They can be crunchy or more chewy, whichever suits their taste the most. CBD treats for animals help with the same variety of conditions like tinctures e.g. separation anxiety or fear of flying on a plane. 

28. Topicals for animals

CBD oils mixed with beeswax and some other ingredients make for great topical solutions for your pet’s pain and skin conditions. They can be applied to the area in question and rubbed in delicately. This way you can use them directly where it hurts and be sure you’re using something natural that they won’t make them suffer more.

29. Candles

Sounds crazy? Apparently somebody has already thought of these. CBD infused candles can be burned to make your apartment smell unique, but more importantly: after melting a bit: you can use the oil that was created as an oil for massaging, to help hydrate your skin and fight soreness of your muscles after gym. 

30. Toothpicks

If you need to take something out of your teeth – these work like any other toothpicks. The main difference is that they’re flavoured (make your breath a bit fresher) and (like all the products above) contain CBD. The ones we’ve found contain between 20 and 25 mg of CBD per pick and are supposed to be chewed for full effect.

If you’re looking for medical advice or guidance, please contact your medical specialist as soon as possible.  

VERDLA is a website dedicated to publishing news and articles, but we don’t offer medical advice. 

Our content is written for information purposes only. Reading articles won’t replace a visit at the specialist and in case of any health or mental conditions, you should contact a doctor immediately. Same with trying products you haven’t used before like cosmetics or food. 

CBD still needs more research on humans, so consult a medical professional if you’re considering trying it. 

REMINDER:

It’s also extremely important to check if CBD is legal in your area and country. The amount of THC in a product is usually a decisive factor when it comes to legality. Anything below 0,2-0,3% is usually allowed unless the law states otherwise. Remember to check how it works where you live before getting it.

If you’re looking for medical advice or guidance, please contact your medical specialist as soon as possible.  

VERDLA is a website dedicated to publishing news and articles, but we don’t offer medical advice. 

Our content is written for information purposes only. Reading articles won’t replace a visit at the specialist and in case of any health or mental conditions, you should contact a doctor immediately. Same with trying products you haven’t used before like cosmetics or food. 

CBD still needs more research on humans, so consult a medical professional if you’re considering trying it. 

REMINDER:

It’s also extremely important to check if CBD is legal in your area and country. The amount of THC in a product is usually a decisive factor when it comes to legality. Anything below 0,2-0,3% is usually allowed unless the law states otherwise. Remember to check how it works where you live before getting it.

VERDLA doesn’t provide medical advice and our articles shouldn’t be treated as such. The content on VERDLA is created for informational purposes only. More about it here.

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