That being said, hemp generally has a milder smell than marijuana which is just a function of the level of THC and terpenes in the plant. Olive oil has its own distinctive smell and you probably don't want to go on a first date smelling like Olive Garden either. MCT (extracted fats from coconut oil) is the least noticeable scent. It has a slightly sweet smell and taste but barely discernible.
Very little smell and if added to CBD Isolate, no weed smell at all. That's one reason we focus on CBD Isolate and MCT oil at IndigoNaturals. This type of CBD is pushed everywhere due to the slick marketing term "the entourage effect". Basically, there's a lot more of the hemp plant in the bottle. The weedy taste and smell can be a dealbreaker for some people. Keep in mind that a great deal of our taste comes from the scent of what we're consuming. Researchers just found scent detectors on our tongues!!
A good percentage of the US population has allergy and histamine issues. Roughly 40% and up to 60% for women (maybe higher if over the age of 40). They are likely to have negative reactions to all that plant material. The very things that many brands are selling can make people feel bad! We've seen where side effects from full-spectrum disappear with CBD Isolate. There's no real scientific backing for the entourage effect. Till we see research, it's just great marketing to push a product that easier and cheaper to make (bigger margins). You can get more info on this from a reputable source here: Also, it can have a distinctive weedy smell. It can also degrade more quickly since there is organic plant material in the bottle. It's not uncommon for it to get darker, more smelly, and thicker once the bottle is opened. The MCT oil and CBD isolate retain its general viscosity, color, taste, and lack of scent for longer than you'll probably have any left in the bottle. You can check out our Does CBD expire page for more detail. When we tested the big brands, roughly 90% of them had full-spectrum CBD and most had a distinct weed smell. I was in Vegas just the other week for a trade-show. Going through security at the airport, the drug dogs we're winding their way through the people waiting in line. The dogs are trained to recognize the distinctive marijuana smell in bags and on people. They are not trained for the smell of CBD (which generally has no scent). Last we checked, coconut oil wasn't on their radar as well. The full-spectrum CBD and/or hemp oil base may be an issue there. It's still a question mark in many other places, especially internationally (Asia comes to mind). For that reason, CBD Isolate with MCT oil is the safest bet for airport security. There's no THC or cannabis plant material to give off a scent! Always work with a doctor or naturopath with any supplement! The information provided here is not intended to treat an illness or substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment from a qualified healthcare provider. Well if cbd or hemp doesnt have marijuana in it then it shouldnt smell like it at all. FDA DISCLOSURE Representations regarding the efficacy and safety of Indigo Naturals CBD have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.
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These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any disease. The Cannabidiol (CBD) in Indigo Naturals is a natural constituent of industrial hemp plant and grown in the United States. Indigo Naturals CBD does not sell or distribute any products that are in violation of the United States Controlled Substances Act (US CSA).All products contain less than 0.3% THC.