CBD Extra Virgin Oils

UK-based Goodbody Botanicals has partnered with Olives Et Al to launch the first range of CBD Extra Virgin Oils in the UK.

The new product range is manufactured by Dorset-based speciality food business Olives Et Al, while the CBD is provided by Goodbody Botanicals, owned by medicinal cannabis wellness business Sativa.

Described as ‘rich and fruity’, the Spanish Extra Virgin Olive Oil should be served raw and can be used for ‘drizzling’ on salad, meat and fish, or as a dipping oil.

According to Goodbody Botanicals, the range offers an easy way to incorporate CBD into your daily routine.

Named Activate, Elevate, Levitate, each oil contains a different strength: 10mg, 30mg and 100mg of CBD per 20ml serve. The CBD olive oil’s are priced at £20, £40 and £120 respectively per 250ml bottle.

By joining forces, the two companies plan to develop a range of culinary CBD products with these three being the first to launch.

According to George Thomas of Goodbody Botanicals, “Pairing CBD with food was an obvious next step for us to create a relaxed, healthy way to enjoy the benefits of CBD as part of your everyday life.

“Olive oil contains lots of antioxidants and has anti-inflammatory properties to maximise the benefits of taking your daily dose of CBD and naturally support a healthy lifestyle.”

With its CBD content verified and tested by PhytoVista laboratories, each bottle is ensured to contain the same amount of CBD as the last.

Giles Henschel from Olives Et Al said: “We chose to work with Goodbody Botanicals because all products are tried, tested and laboratory certified to ensure compliance, so make a great match for the standards and quality we already bring to everything we do.

“We’ve been able to use our respective skill sets and experience to develop a truly innovative and unique CBD product that current CBD users will find a great addition to their regime as it combines the known and proven health benefits of extra virgin olive oil with all the positive attributes of CBD.”

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