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Queen of Hearts CBD Tincture (THC-free)

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  • Broad-spectrum CBD for maximum effectiveness without THC
  • Great for sleep support, stress reduction, and relieving physical discomfort
  • 300 mg and 600 mg options (10/20 mg per dropper)
  • Naturally-flavored option made with healthy hemp seed oil rich in Omega-3 fats
  • Mint-flavored options made with real Oregon-grown peppermint
  • Made in Oregon by a woman-owned business

These broad-spectrum tinctures from Queen of Hearts are a great way to enjoy CBD without any THC. Broad-spectrum means only the THC has been removed but all of the other beneficial compounds remain, such as minor cannabinoids (CBG, CBN, etc), terpenes, and flavonoids. Though more expensive than CBD isolate products that contain only CBD by itself (also THC-free), such as the Lazarus Naturals CBD Isolate Tincture or the Queen of Hearts CBD Gummies, broad-spectrum tends to be more effective.

Product Details

Ingredients

Naturally-flavored options:

  • Cold-pressed hemp seed oil
  • Organically-grown broad-spectrum hemp extract (CBD)

Peppermint-flavored options:

  • Organic coconut oil
  • Organically-grown broad-spectrum hemp extract (CBD)
  • Oregon mentha piperita (peppermint)

Lab Reports (COAs)

We maintain lab report COAs (Certificate of Analysis) for all CBD and hemp flower products that we sell. However, we don’t post them on our website publicly, because they can be stolen and used to make forgeries. To request a COA, send an email to info@cascadiahempco.com, and we will get back to you as quickly as possible. Please mention the specific product that you would like to see lab reports for.

Disclaimers

FDA Disclaimer

The FDA has not approved this product to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. You should consult your doctor before starting any new dietary supplement, including herbal supplements such as hemp extract. Ask your doctor about correct dosing and any possible drug interactions, especially if you have been advised against eating grapefruit.