CBD Concentrate

CBD Concentrate

If you are looking forward to enjoying the many benefits of cannabidiol (CBD) then you are in the right place! At CBD Liquid Lab our range features a variety of versatile and high quality products which are easy to use. In addition to our exceptional CBD oil, CBD liquids and CBD isolate, we are also delighted to bring you our CBD concentrate.


CBD Your Way

Our premium concentrate enables you to create your own CBD liquids and oils which feature the most effective and convenient CBD concentration for you and even your favourite flavours. If you are mixing liquids, then a base liquid which is 70% vegetable glycerine and 30% propylene glycol will be most effective. You can add favour concentrate to create delicious tinctures tailored to your personal taste.

Hemp seed oil, olive oil and coconut oil are all excellent choices if you would prefer to create your own CBD oils using our concentrate.


Concentrate from CBD Liquid Lab

Not all CBD concentrates are born equal! Our concentrates are extracted from organically grown hemp species which are free from pesticides and herbicides and naturally high in cannabidiol. This cannabinoid is non-psychoactive and so does not induce a high. Once the hemp has been harvested, the CBD is extracted using an advanced CO2 extraction process which delivers exceptionally pure results. The crops and production processes are both sustainable and environmentally friendly and are backed by stringent quality control.


How to Enjoy Your CBD Liquids and Oils

Both oils and liquids can be taken as a sublingual tincture. This means dripping the oil or liquid under your tongue where you should hold it there for up to 90 seconds before swallowing. As CBD affects each individual in different ways, there are no hard and fast rules regarding the best concentration to use and how often you should take your CBD. It is best to start by using a low concentration and just a couple of drops. Over a period of several days and weeks, adjust your concentration and frequency of use whilst observing your results.

Your CBD liquids can also be vaped, although we do not recommend this. Please note that base liquids with a high proportion of vegetable glycerine should be vaped using a sub-ohm device and these are best suited to experienced vapers.

CBD oils can also be added to your food and drink.  However, because your stomach acids work quickly to break down the cannabinoids, this method is less effective than taking your oil sublingually.  When adding CBD to drinks or foods, you may need to use twice as much in order to achieve the desired results.