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Cannabidiol, better known as CBD, is just one of hundreds of cannabinoids found in the cannabis plant. Thanks to its purported health benefits, it’s also one of the most popular.

There’s a growing market of CBD products available today, from lotions and salves to oils, gummies, and more.

But since not all products are effective or safe, it’s important to choose wisely and make sure you pick high quality products.

NuLeaf Naturals is a quality CBD brand that sells a small, full-spectrum CBD product line made from organic hemp grown in the United States.

This article explores NuLeaf Naturals products as well as the brand’s quality and reputation.

NuLeaf Naturals was launched in 2014, making the brand an established name in CBD, considering that many brands have only launched in the past few years.

They seem to have a positive brand reputation too, with over 20,000 positive customer reviews on their website. And while NuLeaf Naturals does not have a Better Business Bureau accreditation, they boast an A+ rating.

When evaluating the reputation of a CBD brand, it’s important to remember that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) does not guarantee the safety and quality of any over-the-counter (OTC) CBD products.

However, the FDA can take action against businesses if they break the rules or create unsupported health claims by sending the brand a warning letter.

It’s also important to notice which CBD companies are subject to pending lawsuits associated with their products’ quality and safety.

To date, the NuLeaf Naturals brand has not received any FDA warning letters or been subject to any lawsuits.

Third-party testing

On the website, NuLeaf Naturals says they use independent labs to confirm that their CBD products are free of:

  • pesticides
  • herbicides
  • mold
  • fungi
  • heavy metals
  • mycotoxins

They also test the amount of cannabinoids and terpenes found in each product. (FYI, terpenes are the compounds that are responsible for aroma and flavor).

You can access batch-specific lab reports here. The NuLeaf Naturals brand uses Botanacor, an ISO-17025-certified lab, for quality and accuracy.

Hemp source

NuLeaf Naturals states that they use organic hemp grown domestically, but farm information is not readily available to confirm this claim.

NuLeaf Naturals products do not display the USDA Organic sticker.

Extraction and manufacturing

The company uses what they call advanced subcritical and supercritical CO2 extraction. This type of extraction uses carbon dioxide to remove the CBD from the hemp, rather than using any type of alcohol or solvent. That means it will not leave behind any chemical residue.

The NuLeaf Naturals brand is cGMP certified, which means it’s been third-party certified that it follows the FDA’s current Good Manufacturing Practices.

Since our last review, NuLeaf Naturals expanded their product line.

It still includes three popular products at varying potencies, including:

The site now also includes products like:

It’s important to mention that research on how CBD affects pets is limited. We recommend talking with your veterinarian before giving CBD to your pets.

The company’s pricing falls somewhere between affordable to average, compared with other CBD brands.

The NuLeaf Naturals brand also offers assistance programs with discounted pricing for:

  • veterans
  • active military members
  • first responders like police officers, paramedics, EMTs, and firefighters
  • nurses and other healthcare professionals
  • low income households
  • social workers
  • people on long-term disability
  • caretakers
  • teachers and students
  • nonprofit groups and organizations

There’s also a subscription option available to save 20 percent on every order.

The positive ratings on the website rave about everything from product quality and effectiveness to fast shipping and strong packaging.

The NuLeaf Naturals brand clearly states in the return policy on the website that new, unused, and unopened products may be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. However, customers must pay shipping costs for returns.

Choose the CBD product that fits your needs. The products featured in this article are full-spectrum so the difference in choices comes down to the method of delivery.

You can choose between capsules, gummies, and oil.

Assuming you’re selecting for yourself and not your pet, think about whether you want to use the oil under your tongue or in food and drinks, or if you’d rather take capsules so you don’t have to measure and can take it on the go.

Gummies are a good alternative for those who do not enjoy swallowing pills and want some flavor.

When you use any CBD product — especially if it’s your first time — it’s always a good idea to start with the smallest possible dose. This is the best way to find out how your body responds to each formula.

From there, you can slowly increase the dose after you’ve noticed your desired effects.

CBD dosage varies depending on factors like product potency and your body chemistry.

CBD oil can be taken by dropping the dose under your tongue or dropping it into your food or beverage. CBD capsules are already measured out and can be taken easily no matter where you are. The same goes for CBD gummies.

The World Health Organization states that CBD is generally considered to be safe, but some users may experience side effects, like:

  • fatigue
  • diarrhea
  • changes in appetite
  • changes in weight

It’s always a good idea to chat with a doctor before trying CBD, especially if you’re taking any medications. CBD can interact with some medications.

Use caution when consuming CBD products by mouth alongside high fat meals.

Some research has found that high fat meals can dramatically increase CBD blood concentrations, which can increase the risk of side effects.

Full-spectrum CBD can be thought of as the unfiltered product when compared with the other available CBD spectrums like broad-spectrum and isolate.

It contains small amounts of THC (<0.03%) and other cannabinoids, and may contribute to the full potential of the entourage effect.

Since full-spectrum CBD products contain THC, it is possible to get high if you’re sensitive to the psychoactive effects of THC.

This is especially true if you take high amounts of a full-spectrum CBD product.

The NuLeaf Naturals brand ships internationally with a few exceptions on delta-8 THC products, delta-8 THC products, and CBN products.

NuLeaf Naturals is a full-spectrum CBD product line that launched in 2014.

The company has garnered a positive brand reputation and remains reasonably priced compared with other CBD brands.

The company also does not appear to have received FDA warnings or been subject to any lawsuits.

Remember to talk with a doctor before trying any CBD products.

Is CBD legal? The 2018 Farm Bill removed hemp from the legal definition of marijuana in the Controlled Substances Act. This made some hemp-derived CBD products with less than 0.3% THC legal at the federal level. However, CBD products containing more than 0.3% THC still fall under the legal definition of marijuana, making them illegal at the federal level. Some states have legalized CBD, so be sure to check state laws, especially when traveling. Also, keep in mind that the FDA has not approved nonprescription CBD products, and some products may be inaccurately labeled.