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How much CBD is in a bottle?
CBD contents per bottle should be indicated on the front of the label, however, there are a few considerations to take when you’re shopping for CBD products.
1. Quality & Purity of the CBD
First, if the CBD is not of high quality and pure, it may drastically decrease the actual CBD per bottle vs what is listed. Low quality or CBD that has not been handled in a way that preserves its vital nutrients can be detrimental and cause a decreased amount of CBD in the bottle vs what is listed on the label.
2. CBD mg Per Bottle vs mL carrier liquid
The CBD content per bottle is more important than the size of the actual bottle. The whole bottle does not contain 100% CBD and is diluted with a carrier liquid like hemp oil, coconut oil, MCT oil. Another important note is that there can be the same amount of CBD in a small 5ml bottle as a large 30 ml bottle. In this case, it is the yield of CBD per serving that will differ across the two options.
It is common for bottles to be labeled with total CBD contents per bottle in strengths such as 250mg, 500mg, 1000mg, 1500mg, and 2000mg. Higher listed CBD per bottle strengths may be available in more concentrated versions, like CBD Concentrate. The main thing to note when looking at CBD per bottle is 1000mg in a 10ml bottle will be just as much as the 1000mg in a 30ml bottle, all other things being equal.
Calculating CBD per bottle
So how do you calculate the amount of CBD per serving?
Here is an example: the bottle listing may have 500mg per bottle written on the outside, but the serving size and the size of the total bottle must be taken into account to calculate. If a bottle is 30 ml and the serving size per ml is 1-milligram how much CBD is in each ml?
To find the answer, start by taking the total amount of CBD in the entire bottle and divide it by the number of servings in the bottle. If a 500mg bottle of CBD is 30 ml and 1 ml is the serving size, the answer to this would be 500-milligrams divided by a 30ml bottle which is equal to 16.67mg of CBD per 1-milliliter serving.
In conclusion, nu-x® lists the amount of CBD per bottle on the label and the CBD is derived using a precise extraction and filtration process designed to yield high-quality pure CBD. Because of this, every mg of our CBD is just that, CBD and can be represented literally on the front of the CBD product. To verify this, nu-x® performs third-party lab testing and displays the results in the Certificate of Analysis directly on our website.