Extracted By: CBDistillery
Made In: Longmont, Colorado
Price: Around $28 – $55 per gram depending on purchase amount
CBDistillery was founded by Colorado Natives in 2016. All of CBDistillery‘s isolates and products are derived from non-GMO, pesticide free, CO2 extracted industrial hemp oil, contain no THC and ship anywhere in the U.S. This isolate come in 99 percent CBD Isolate “Powder” or “Slab” form, and is such a gorgeous product.
What looks like pure snow crystals is an amazing isolate that will surely do your body some good. Take a look!
The CBD doesn’t get me “high” and knock me down like smoking a fatty of some good indica, but it does in fact produce its own feeling of alertness, quickly brought on by a warm numbing feeling in the upper chest and lower face—a flush cocoon-like vibration that joins your body high, can clear up your head and put your body at ease. I asked 40,000 people on my Chewberto420 Instagram account why they like to use CBD, and I was amazed at the overwhelming response. Countless people are using CBD for anxiety, pain, epilepsy, arthritis, cramps, muscle pain, insomnia, headaches etc. I was truly baffled at all the overwhelming responses of positive affirmations.
Dabbing this 99 percent CBD isolate straight is like breathing in a lightly humidified mentholated vapor. A lot of folks like to describe it as cherry, but I recognize more of a light spearmint flavor and experience, almost like Vicks Vapor Rub. You don’t have to dab it, it’s already decarboxylated or “active,” so it could be blended into coconut oil and eaten, eaten straight, or stirred into a drink. This is very convenient; you aren’t confined to smoking, dabbing or vaping it to get it in your system, there are many ways to consume it.
You can dab it straight up, or enjoy with various terpenes infused into the CBD isolate, which is called “Terpsolate.” The mentholated presence of the CBD joined with CBDistillery’s Serendipity Terpenes was a unique experience for my palate. Strong mint chocolate chip aromatics that reminded me of cracking open a fresh carton of mint ice cream translated nicely from the nose to my mouth. It is really good stuff.
I tried dabbing Terpsolate shards with some Durban Poison flower rosin that I had made and really enjoyed the combination. Typically, the Colorado Durban is a heavy sedative for my body chemistry—it makes me very sleepy—but with the addition of the CBD, it cleared up that typical sleepy high. I was able to function with my tasks better and didn’t need a nap like usual.
It’s very interesting how both THC and CBD counteract with one another. At times, dabbing rosin then consuming CBD afterwards seemed to extend or increase the high, which is incredible for stretching your supply.
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