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Bluebird Botanicals CBD

Hi friends! Today I’m reviewing Bluebird Botanicals, one of the first CBD brands in the country and a leader in shaping policy around hemp and CBD. Their founder helped draft the 2018 Farm Bill, and Bluebird Botanicals set the industry standard with their batch COA database for full consumer transparency. Bluebird Botanicals are true pioneers in the CBD world, and their high-quality products are a testament to the work they’ve put in.

Bluebird Botanical’s comprehensive CBD line has something for everyone. Read on for my thoughts on this fantastic Colorado brand!

Key Highlights:

  • Comprehensive CBD line featuring full-spectrum and THC-free products
  • Batch-specific third-party lab results are available on their website database
  • Affordable sample packs
  • Free shipping on every order
  • 50% off discounts with Bluebird Botanicals subscribe and save program
  • Veterans, low-income, and long-term disability assistance programs

CBD Products Available

Extraction Method

CO2 extraction, ethanol extraction, and steam distillation. Learn more about Bluebird Botanicals extraction methods here.

Online Lab Results?

Yes! View your batch-specific COAs here.

Bluebird Botanicals Products I’ve Tried

900 mg Chocolate-flavored CBD Oil

This is a delicious tincture! I was surprised at just how tasty Bluebird Botanicals chocolate-flavored tincture is. It is naturally flavored and contains no artificial sweeteners. It is quite good and pairs nicely in the morning with coffee. I like to add a few drops into my morning cup and take a dose sublingually.

This formulation contains 15 mg of CBD per full dropper, totaling 900 mg in the entire bottle. This is a good starting dose for many, and that amount can be increased as needed.

Bluebird Botanicals has some really delicious flavors for anyone as picky as I am. They offer unique flavors like hibiscus rose, strawberry margarita, lemon drop, and of course chocolate.

They also carry unflavored formulations for a variety of preferences. Their Classic tincture line contains full-spectrum CBD and cold-pressed hemp seed oil, while their Signature line contains the same thing in addition to frankincense and black cumin. They also carry their Complete line which contains full spectrum CBD, CBDA, and steam distilled terpenes, and lastly, their THC-free line contains pure CBD isolate and zero THC.

Complete CBD Capsules

Bluebird Botanicals full spectrum Complete CBD capsules contain both CBD and CBDA along with steam-distilled terpenes. Capsules are a fantastic method for getting your daily amount of CBD. They’re precisely dosed and easy to take wherever you go. Each Complete CBD capsule contains 15 mg of CBD and CBDA . They also contain the terpenes myrcene, pinene, and limonene among more. You can view the entire terpene report of Bluebird Botanicals products on their corresponding COAs page.

Complete CBD + CBDA Soft Gels harness the added power of CBDA, the raw form of CBD, plus additional terpenes to maximize the entourage effect. –

CBD Gummies

Taking gummies for your daily dose of CBD couldn’t be easier, plus they’re delicious! CBD Gummies by Bluebird Botanicals are so yummy and convenient. They’re made with Bluebird’s full spectrum extract and contain 15 mg of CBD per gummy. The natural lemon, strawberry, and watermelon flavors are sweetened with organic cane sugar and are hard to resist! The texture is perfect, not too hard, and with minimal hemp aftertaste. These are a perfect treat for after dinner and can help relax me at the end of the day.

Bluebird Botanicals is a fantastic choice for finding your next favorite CBD product. With consumer transparency and unique and effective products, there’s something for everyone from this highly regarded Colorado brand.  Learn more about what Bluebird Botanicals has to offer at


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