Savage CBD is based in California and they’ve been in the CBD game since 2015. You really get the feel of a California vibe looking at the branding of their products and website. They offer a massive selection of products, all of which are third party tested by SC Labs, so you know you’re getting products you can trust.
I hope you enjoy this Savage CBD oil review! If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out.
Savage CBD’s oil has two ingredients: fractionated coconut oil and full spectrum CBD hemp extract. The oil has a faint yellow appearance to it and it is hands down the best tasting CBD oil I’ve tried so far. There is absolutely no cannabis scent or taste to it.
Effect-wise, I was very surprised. The majority of CBD oils I try all seem to work the same, where my entire body relaxes and it feels like there’s a weight of my shoulders and chest. However, with Savage CBD, these effects were very minor, and I actually felt the CBD more in my head than anywhere else. I don’t know if Savage CBD uses a sativa hemp plant for their products, but it definitely seemed to put my mind at ease. Don’t get me wrong, you still feel the CBD throughout your body, but it just seems to be more focused in the head.
In my opinion, Savage CBD is ideal for:
As with every CBD product, there is no standard dose and some experimentation required to determine the best dose for you. Generally, I recommend starting with 25-50 mg and adjusting from there. The effects can take up to 3 hours to kick in, so please keep that in mind
Savage CBD marks their CBD oil dropper so you know exactly what dosage you are getting. It’s very important to shake the bottle of CBD prior to taking it to evenly disperse the compounds in the oil.
Their lower concentration CBD oil is ideal for new users who have never tried CBD before, while their stronger concentrations are for more advanced users and stronger CBD doses.
Price wise Savage CBD is below average. Their 1,000 mg tincture is $85 if you use the discount code CBDREVIEWLAB, which comes out to under $.07 per mg of CBD, and I consider $.10 to be average.
Price breakdown of Savage CBD oils when you use the discount code CBDREVIEWLAB:
The best bang for your buck is in the 2000 mg oil, however, if it’s your first time trying CBD, I recommend starting out with their 1000 mg CBD oil to see how it works for you.
Savage CBD products are all third-party tested. They test for cannabinoid profile, terpene profile, mycotoxins, residual solvents, heavy metals, and other harmful contaminants.
After reviewing the lab results there were no red flags. Thus, you can have some peace of mind knowing Savage CBD offers a safe and clean product.
You can order Savage CBD from their website, which I had a very positive experience using. It is well designed and very easy to use.
Since their products contain less than .3% THC, they ship to all 50 states. Unfortunately, they do not ship outside of the United States.
Orders are usually processed within a couple of days. As a result, packages will arrive within seven days depending on the time of year.
Savage CBD packaging is top-notch. Their products are well sealed and tamper proof.
Savage CBD allows full refunds of the product purchase price within 30 days of purchase. They do not refund shipping costs.
Yup! Savage CBD oil actually works and you feel the effects.
Simply squirt your preferred dose under your tongue and hold it there for a minute. The CBD is able to enter the bloodstream via the salivary glands and varicose veins under the tongue. Then swallow the CBD and within a couple hours the effects will start to kick in.
In short, YES! If taken in a large enough dose, Savage CBD full-spectrum oil can get you high.
Unlike THC, CBD by itself does not make a person feel “high” or intoxicated. That’s because CBD and THC act in different ways on different receptors in the brain and body. However, if you take a large dose of a full-spectrum CBD product like Savage CBD, the effects can be indistinguishable from being high.
There are still many cannabinoids in the cannabis plant that have yet to be studied, and the “high” you get from cannabis may not just be from THC.
While Savage CBD oil comes from the hemp plant and is federally legal, it is a full-spectrum product. This means that it contains 100+ cannabinoids, including a small amount of THC (less than .3%). So it’s quite possible you may fail a drug test if you take Savage CBD.
If you are subject to drug testing, whether at work or for a sport, you should be cautious with all CBD products.
Yes. The 2018 Farm Bill removed hemp from the legal definition of marijuana in the Controlled Substances Act. This made some hemp-derived CBD products with less than 0.3 percent THC federally legal. However, CBD products containing more than 0.3 percent THC still fall under the legal definition of marijuana, making them federally illegal but legal under some state laws. Be sure to check state laws, especially when traveling.
I’ve had multiple experiences with Savage CBD. In my personal experiences with them, I have never had a single issue. So I would say that yes, they are a reputable company.
No, Savage CBD does not have an Amazon store. The best way to order their products is through their website.
Overall, I really enjoyed Savage CBD’s full spectrum CBD oil. Like I said above, it offers more of a head high than body high and it is easily the best tasting CBD oil I’ve tried so far, so if taste is a selling point for you, then I highly recommend checking them out!
If you end up trying them out let me know how they worked for you in the comment section below!