I received this product for free from Moms Meet (momsmeet.com) to use and post my honest opinions.
I’ve been using CBD products for almost a year. I think CBD drops can be useful for some people, and I was excited to learn about Social CBD and try them out this past month.
What I appreciate most about Social CBD is how much testing they go through to lessen the risk of impurities. I don’t purchase CBD products in big box stores, and I like to know more about the products I’m using.
I mainly take CBD drops because of how they make me feel more calm and they tend to help regulate my overall mood. When I know I’m going to have a hectic day and need more help focusing, I will take the drops before my work day begins.
Why should you try Social CBD?
For starters, Social CBD does not contain THC, therefore the products won’t get you high. The company tests for more than 40 residual impurities and 60 pesticides. They are among the few companies that provide CBD-based products that achieve 0.0% THC. And you can view their test results online or via the QR code on their product boxes.
They offer a wide variety of products from CBD drops to capsules to topical creams. There are a range of products to choose from. Want something to help you rest at night? They have a capsule. Are your muscles sore after a workout? You can try one of their creams to help relax.
They provide various flavors for their CBD drops! I was able to try the four flavors: Vanilla Mint, Meyer Lemon, Pomegranate Tea and Unflavored (so, technically three flavors and the unflavored.) I prefer my drops to not have an aftertaste, and I really like the vanilla mint and the lemon flavors.
They’re affordable! The 375mg Social CBD Broad Spectrum Drops retail for $40 a bottle. Considering how much I’ve paid in the past, I was really pleasantly surprised by the lower cost. and through August 31, 2020 you can save 25% on all Social products through their website with the code MOMSMEET25.
Have you tried CBD products before? Do you have a favorite?