CBD oil-containing products are gaining ground on the dietary supplement market. This is not surprising, since many people have already recognized the importance of this particular element. CBD-containing sprays, tinctures, balms, soft gelatin capsules, oils and drops are all legal dietary products with high cannabidiol content. The PlusCBD Oil brand has gained a prominent place in the CBD market. It is important to highlight that PlusCBD Oil is the name of a product family not a company. The name of the company is CV Sciences and it has been working for years to deliver the highest quality CBD products to store shelves. The CV Sciences team seeks to find the perfect balance between nature and science.

Main characteristics of the PlusCBD Oil product family:

  • All products are traceable due to the “Seed-to-Shelf” concept
  • They produce PlusCBD Oil products in the most advanced laboratories
  • CV Sciences uses a non-chemical CO2 extraction process
  • They test all products in independent, third party laboratories
  • All products are GMO and gluten free

CV Sciences PlusCBD Oil products are classified according to the type of oil used. All products are made from outdoor grown, agricultural hemp. They grow hemp in the Netherlands, CO2 extraction takes place in Europe, then they send the raw material to the USA, to the laboratory of CV Sciences. There are three categories available on the market:

  1. Raw formula (products with red label)

90% plant material, 10% phytocannabinoids Raw products are made from the so-called ‘first press’. They do not heat, radiate, distill or concentrate these products. They contain naturally occurring CBD in its natural and purest form. In its raw form, the CBD does not pass through the blood-brain barrier. So red products are more of a help to the body. In addition, raw products include the full spectrum of nutrients, including the so-called CBDA. CBDA is the acid precursor of CBD, which has many beneficial effects. Genuine hemp superfood in a bottle.

  1. Total Plant Complex (products with green label)

85% plant material, 15% phytocannabinoids They extract Full spectrum hemp extract by subjecting the raw material to decarboxylation (gentle heating) in order to convert the CBDA into activated CBD. Interestingly, activated CBD carries different properties than the raw CBDA. The aim of the process is to  maximize CBD concentration. Moreover, this activated product is rich in phytocannabinoids, phytonutrients (plant sterols, terpenes, chlorophyll) and natural vitamin E. As a result of the heating, activated CBD can pass through the blood brain barrier and support the endocannabinoid system, thus helping the body and mind.

  1. Gold formula (CBD products with gold label)

75% plant material, 25% phytocannabinoids 10 kg of Total Plant Complex green oil is needed to produce 3 kg Gold formula product. Gold oil is 50% fat, which increases bioavailability by three times. The gold formula is the final step of the oil refining process, during which they remove unnecessary plant material from decarboxylated oil. They distill Total Plant Complex green oil during a solvent-free process, resulting in a higher concentration of CBD and other phytocannabinoids, fatty acids and terpenes. This is the fastest and most concentrated form of hemp oil, which primarily provides neurogenic support. Dietary supplements are not suitable for the treatment or prevention of diseases. Their use does not replace medical examination and treatment. If you want to know exactly how CBD can help with a particular disease, ask your doctor for advice.


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