If you haven't noticed, the team at Danodan has been busy researching and formulating a new functional line of CBD tinctures. Functional lines are really the next generation of CBD products which combine CBD and other organic extracts, mainly popular mushroom infusions.
Danodan's Calm Organic CBD combines an organic hemp infusion with organic extracts of ashwagandha, rhodiola, and reishi mushroom. Danodan earned it's USDA Certified Organic stamp in 2020 by OneCert, along with Certified Non-GMO and Gluten Free by NSF.
This combination is relaxing, helping you to adapt to both emotional and physical stress while combating fatigue. Calm can help you stay centered.
Keep in mind, this full spectrum CBD oil is water soluble and thus, is fast acting. Add this yummy tincture to your coffee or morning orange juice.
- Type: Full Spectrum, whole plant
- Carrier Oil: Vegetable Glycerin
- Taste: Natural, Very Hempy, might take a little getting used to. Not oil based.
- Total Amount: 30mL
- Proprietary Flower Blend Per Bottle/CBD Per Serving: 1670mg per bottle/30mg per serving
- Extraction Process: Proprietary glycerin hemp flower infusion
- Flavors: Natural, Very Hempy
- Key Ingredients: Cannabidiol (CBD), Turmeric rhizome, Boswellia oleo-gum-resin, Willow bark and < 0.3% THC. Refer to a COA to see exactly how much of each ingredient.
- Final Thoughts: Many people have heard us talk about Danodan and some of the progressive measures this company takes to deliver a whole plant product. In 2020, they were awarded a patent for part of their infusion process - one that is solvent free and gentle enough to maintain the naturally occurring compounds in the CBD tincture. The new functional line is next level, and we are fond of the inclusion of mushrooms. Of all of the products we carry, this tincture is truly whole plant, and the company makes every attempt to use every part of the plant in the process. Given it’s a water-soluble oil, you feel the effects almost immediately. It hits your body very quickly due to the bioavailability. You might want to start out slow, and gradually work up to your sweet spot. You’ll find this taste is very unique and might take some time getting used to.