cbd pops

Cbd pops

Bergamot
Flavor Notes – Kaffir lime, lemon verbena, sweet citrus, floral, lightly acidic
Mood – Unexpected adventures in the sultry Mediterranean

Each lollipop contains 20mg of CBD infused with our specially formulated, CBD-rich hemp oil.

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Isomalt, water, allulose, natural flavors, citric acid, broad-spectrum hemp oil, natural food coloring, gum acacia, silicon dioxide

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Black Dahlia CBD Lollipops are all-natural, sugar-free, vegan, gluten-free, THC-free, non-GMO, alcohol-free and handmade with love in LA.

Honeydew
Flavor Notes – Cooling melon, refreshing, subtle fruit, slightly floral
Mood – Bright lights, Tokyo dreams

Sweet Woodruff
Flavor Notes – classic cola, licorice, slightly herbal, honey-sweet
Mood – Carefree nights in Berlin

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Black Dahlia CBD Lollipops are all-natural, sugar-free, vegan, gluten-free, THC-free, non-GMO, alcohol-free and handmade with love in LA.

Paloma
Flavor Notes – Ripe citrus, grapefruit, slightly sweet, tart
Mood – Sun-drenched, peaceful days on the coast of Mexico

Cbd pops

Each lollipop contains 25 mg of CBD, for a total of 100 mg per package. You get four different flavors in the package: cherry, green apple, pink lemonade, and watermelon.

Cost: $3/1

Cost: $29.99/10

As CBD pops up in everything from cocktails to cookies, there is still much we don't know about the products that tout its benefits. New testing from the FDA found that almost half of randomly selected cannabidiol (CBD) products also tested positive for THC, the primary active compound for marijuana, which calls into question the accuracy the labeling of CBD products.

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However, Betsy Booren—senior vice president, regulatory and technical affairs, for the Consumer Brands Association—said the scattershot results showed it was time for action to be taken.

And overall, the FDA’s primary takeaway was that more testing is needed. “These preliminary data are from a limited sample size and cannot be used to draw conclusions about the marketplace and supports the need for the long-term study, which will capture multiple retail sources (on-line and brick and mortar) and a greater number of products,” the report concluded.