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Available in multiple strengths, the oil’s 1,000 milligram option is the most popular and delivers 33.33 milligrams of CBD per 1 milliliter serving. The formula also contains over 4 milligrams of secondary cannabinoids, terpenes, flavonoids, and antioxidants to create a more potent blend. R+R Medicinals is a fantastic choice if you’re looking for a completely organic and great-tasting CBD oil.

R+R Medicinals offers a USDA organic full-spectrum CBD tincture made with Colorado-grown hemp. The oil has a natural mint flavor and works best when taken with food.

Best Value: R+R Medicinals CBD Tincture

Like R+R Medicinals’s oil, the full-spectrum tincture from Joy Organics is USDA organic, but this one comes in more than one delicious flavor, including fresh lime, tranquil mint, orange bliss, summer lemon, and tropical sunrise. There is also an unflavored option.

At 30 milligrams of CBD per 1 milliliter serving, NuLeaf Naturals’s full-spectrum hemp extract creates a potent CBD product that has helped some users manage their pain. The whole-plant formula offers an enhanced effect thanks to its complete profile of cannabinoids and terpenes, which is maintained using CO2 extraction.

This full-spectrum CBD oil from Cornbread Hemp is USDA organic and offers a strong concentration of CBD due to its unique flower-only formula. The vegan, gluten-free, and non-GMO hemp extract is derived solely from the hemp plant’s flowers, giving it a cleaner taste. Available in 25 and 50 milligrams of CBD per 1 milliliter servings, the product helps many reviewers relax before bed.

“Surprisingly the government — particularly the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA), which regulates how drugs are marketed and available to consumers — seem to be listening,” says Dr Iain.

As of 2015 CBD oil is legal in Australia, as long as it contains at least 98% cannabidiol and 2% or less of other cannabinoids found in cannabis. When compared to a lot of other countries, like the US, Canada, Japan, Germany, Switzerland, UK, Netherlands, we’re quite behind.

So, what’s legally available in Australia?

CBD has recently changed from Schedule 4 (prescription only) to Schedule 3, which means you should be able to get low dose CBD (max.150 mg daily dose) over the counter at your local pharmacy.

The difference now is that Authorised Prescribers (AP) don’t need to apply to the TGA via the Special Access Scheme (SAS), they can write you a prescription on the spot. These APs can be either specialists or a GP, but there’s no full list right now, so your best bet is to start making some enquiries.

“There’s evidence, particularly in illnesses of the brain, that it does work,” she says. So depression, anxiety, ADHD, tourettes, PTSD, different aspects of psychosis — for those type of things the evidence consistently shows that there’s benefits. CBD is not as great with pain, she says, because you kind of need THC to get any pain benefits.