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CB.Do Daily Protect 30mg CBD Tablets

It seems like forever since I've last posted a CBD review and that is because it has been! So, imagine my delight and not only being able to try a new CBD product but in a format that I've never used before. Yes, you might remember that I've used capsules in the past (these are usually oil encapsulated in, well, a capsule) but not tablets. At first appearance these bright yellow hexagons reminded me of Pez but obviously they're so much more than that.

Contained in an attractive tin, each tablet contains 30mg of CBD, 80mg of Vitamin C as well as the anti-inflammatory ingredients turmeric and ginger. Now, I will say at this point that I actually hate the flavour of both of these but being in a tablet, I had all the benefits without worrying about how I would get it down and into my system. CB.Do recommend one or two tablets a day, I opted for one as that worked best for my current needs.

In terms of the CBD, I know that some of you might be thinking, well hold on, doesn't ingesting CBD reduce the amount of its bioavailability? Whilst true with traditional CBD oils, CB.Do use CO2 extracted hemp which is converted into a water soluble powder and is then pressed into the tablet form; they say this is actually more absorbable than CBD oil. Obviously I'm no scientist but there is research by Millar et al. (2020) and Leibtag & Peshkovsy (2020), that positively supports this.

With that in mind, I really liked these tablets. I'm actually not a fan of having to hold oil under my tongue when using CBD so having it in a format where I can easily take it was much appreciated. In fact, I popped these in my pill organiser alongside my other medication so I didn't even have to think about it.

Did I notice a difference in my daily pain? Absolutely and not in the way I expected either. As you all know my sciatica pain is a permanent feature in my body and whilst these tablets helped keep that pain at bay, I noticed a significant difference in my joint pain, especially at the end of the day where my knees and hips would usually ache from standing up for hours on end. I will definitely be taking a tin of these with my on holiday (whenever we can go again) and I would highly recommend these if you're not a fan of using CBD oils.

CB.Do Daily Protect 30mg CBD Tablets are £45 for 30 tablets or £59 for 60 tablets.

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  1. Leibtag, S. & Peshkovsky, A. (2020) Cannabis extract nanoemulsions produced by high-intensity ultrasound: Formulation development and scale-up. Journal of Drug Delivery Science and Technology. [Online] 60. Available from: [Accessed 9 July 2021].

  2. Millar, S., Maguire, R., Yates, A., & O'Sullivan, S. (2020). Towards Better Delivery of Cannabidiol (CBD). Pharmaceuticals (Basel, Switzerland). [Online]13 (9), 219. Available from: [Accessed 9 July 2021].

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