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At Vital Leaf, we remain committed to being transparent about our products’ efficacy, potency, lab results, and sourcing. We also believe in educating our customers on the benefits of using CBD and how to choose the product best suited for your needs.

Find the lab results for your CBD capsules, which indicates how much active cannabinoids (CBD) are in it. Locate the batch number on the product box or label and then click the corresponding batch number below to read the lab results.

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Public Service Announcement: Make sure your CBD product is lab tested! 
At Vital Leaf, we publish all our lab results from tests performed on all batches of our chocolate, tincture, balm, and capsule products. Head to our Lab Results page to learn more! 
In this explosive CBD market, we recommend that you are discerning about the CBD products you buy. Make sure the company that’s selling you a CBD product can provide you with current lab results, indicating the actual active potency and if the product is free of contaminants. ↝ Does that 500mg CBD product you bought really contain 500mg of active cannabidiol (CBD)?...or were you actually sold a 500mg bottle of hemp(SEED) oil, which is extracted from the hemp plant’s seeds and doesn’t contain significant levels of cannabidiol (CBD). ↝ How can you tell if an infused product has the advertised active potency? Request the lab results! This documentation should be made available to you. If you bought an edible, beverage, topical, capsule/supplement, or tincture, the provided lab results should not be of the hemp extract or CBD isolate (pure crystal CBD, 0% THC) used to infuse the product, it should be of the final product that you purchased. ↝ Why? Often times, the intended potency levels can be reduced or lost during the manufacturing process, for various reasons. There could be an error during product formulation or maybe the extract/CBD isolate used to infuse the product was not tested to confirm potency levels beforehand. Maybe the company wants to make a quick buck? ↝  Indeed there are CBD products out there that have much less CBD than advertised on the packaging. Don’t get duped! If a company is selling you CBD infused products, it is their responsibility to provide you with the lab results for that product. #knowyourcbd #vitalleaf #cbd #hemp #cbdchocolate #hempchocolate #vegan #plantbased #doseofvitality #fullspectrum #cbdtincture #cbdcapsules #cbdcalm #cbdskincare #thrivemarket #popsugar #iamwellandgood #food52 #thrivemags
Public Service Announcement: Make sure your CBD product is lab tested! At Vital Leaf, we publish all our lab results from tests performed on all batches of our chocolate, tincture, balm, and capsule products. Head to our Lab Results page to learn more! In this explosive CBD market, we recommend that you are discerning about the CBD products you buy. Make sure the company that’s selling you a CBD product can provide you with current lab results, indicating the actual active potency and if the product is free of contaminants. ↝ Does that 500mg CBD product you bought really contain 500mg of active cannabidiol (CBD)?...or were you actually sold a 500mg bottle of hemp(SEED) oil, which is extracted from the hemp plant’s seeds and doesn’t contain significant levels of cannabidiol (CBD). ↝ How can you tell if an infused product has the advertised active potency? Request the lab results! This documentation should be made available to you. If you bought an edible, beverage, topical, capsule/supplement, or tincture, the provided lab results should not be of the hemp extract or CBD isolate (pure crystal CBD, 0% THC) used to infuse the product, it should be of the final product that you purchased. ↝ Why? Often times, the intended potency levels can be reduced or lost during the manufacturing process, for various reasons. There could be an error during product formulation or maybe the extract/CBD isolate used to infuse the product was not tested to confirm potency levels beforehand. Maybe the company wants to make a quick buck? ↝ Indeed there are CBD products out there that have much less CBD than advertised on the packaging. Don’t get duped! If a company is selling you CBD infused products, it is their responsibility to provide you with the lab results for that product. #knowyourcbd #vitalleaf #cbd #hemp #cbdchocolate #hempchocolate #vegan #plantbased #doseofvitality #fullspectrum #cbdtincture #cbdcapsules #cbdcalm #cbdskincare #thrivemarket #popsugar #iamwellandgood #food52 #thrivemags
Do you rely on natural sleep aids to get restful sleep?
The culprits that interrupt healthy sleep patterns + habits are a growing list. While some aids can help you best if a racing mind is the main culprit, others can be a better choice if you just trying to address jet lag and assist your natural circadian rhythm. The work of Dr. Michael J. Breus, Clinical Psychologist & Board Certified Sleep Specialist, as well as the book CBD Oil: Everyday Secrets: A Lifestyle Guide To Hemp-Derived Health and Wellness by Gretchen Lidicker have offered insightful information regarding the differences between melatonin and CBD as a sleep aid. 
Lidicker states that there has been research that indicates CBD can be a helpful antidote to anxiety and insomnia. “These studies mainly point to CBD’s ability to interact with ... serotonin receptors and GABA receptors in the brain,” she explained. “Serotonin plays an important role in mood and anxiety, and GABA is known as the main ‘inhibitory’ neurotransmitter, meaning it calms excess activity in the brain and promotes relaxation.” But how does CBD compare to other sleep supplements like melatonin? 
Lidicker explained that melatonin has a different impact on the brain + body. “CBD appears to help with sleep because of its anti-anxiety properties and ability to promote relaxation,” she said, noting that melatonin directly signals to the body that it’s evening and time to go to sleep by raising the naturally occurring levels of melatonin already in the body.
This points to melatonin being the aid of choice for winding down and for jet lag, but it will not address underlying anxiety or chronic pain that can be the causes of some people’s bouts of insomnia. 
Michael Breus, a clinical psychologist and board-certified sleep specialist states that “there’s a good chunk of research to suggest that CBD can be beneficial for rest. Research shows CBD may increase overall sleep amounts and reduce insomnia. CBD has also been shown to improve sleep in people who suffer from chronic pain.”📷credit: @kxvn.lx #cbd #sleep #insomnia #chronicpain #sleepaid #hemp #hempextracts #cbdelixirdrops #doseofvitality #hempderivedwellness #vegan #cbdchocolate
Do you rely on natural sleep aids to get restful sleep? The culprits that interrupt healthy sleep patterns + habits are a growing list. While some aids can help you best if a racing mind is the main culprit, others can be a better choice if you just trying to address jet lag and assist your natural circadian rhythm. The work of Dr. Michael J. Breus, Clinical Psychologist & Board Certified Sleep Specialist, as well as the book CBD Oil: Everyday Secrets: A Lifestyle Guide To Hemp-Derived Health and Wellness by Gretchen Lidicker have offered insightful information regarding the differences between melatonin and CBD as a sleep aid. Lidicker states that there has been research that indicates CBD can be a helpful antidote to anxiety and insomnia. “These studies mainly point to CBD’s ability to interact with ... serotonin receptors and GABA receptors in the brain,” she explained. “Serotonin plays an important role in mood and anxiety, and GABA is known as the main ‘inhibitory’ neurotransmitter, meaning it calms excess activity in the brain and promotes relaxation.” But how does CBD compare to other sleep supplements like melatonin? Lidicker explained that melatonin has a different impact on the brain + body. “CBD appears to help with sleep because of its anti-anxiety properties and ability to promote relaxation,” she said, noting that melatonin directly signals to the body that it’s evening and time to go to sleep by raising the naturally occurring levels of melatonin already in the body. This points to melatonin being the aid of choice for winding down and for jet lag, but it will not address underlying anxiety or chronic pain that can be the causes of some people’s bouts of insomnia. Michael Breus, a clinical psychologist and board-certified sleep specialist states that “there’s a good chunk of research to suggest that CBD can be beneficial for rest. Research shows CBD may increase overall sleep amounts and reduce insomnia. CBD has also been shown to improve sleep in people who suffer from chronic pain.”📷credit: @kxvn.lx #cbd #sleep #insomnia #chronicpain #sleepaid #hemp #hempextracts #cbdelixirdrops #doseofvitality #hempderivedwellness #vegan #cbdchocolate

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