CBD Boom Organic CBD 20mg Gummies Review
As I've stated in previous edible reviews, CBD sweets have only recently been something I've started to enjoy and with that I'm always interested in how CBD gummies compare and differ to one another. CBD Boom established themselves in mid 2020 and currently have two strengths of CBD gummies on offer, 10mg and 20mg; I was gifted the latter to try.
These gummies come in a resealable packet which is both convenient and keeps them fresh and each pack contains 20 of these organic, vegan, non GMO, full spectrum CBD gummies which are similar to hard gums in both size and shape. Taste wise, these are definitely very fruity! I will admit that I preferred some flavours over others but I think that's just because I always like the black and red flavours rather than the citrus based ones when it comes to sweets.
What I will say about these gummies is that the hemp aftertaste is strong, I didn't necessarily mind it as it's a flavour I'm used to now but I could imagine that it could be off putting, especially if you're new to CBD or don't like the flavour of it. However, that being said, I think the strong flavour of these gummies can be attributed to the fact that they are infused with CBD rather than being coated or injected with it. This means that a larger amount of CBD makes it into your system and more quickly too.
I noticed the effects of these gummies kicking in around 35-40 minutes after eating them and what I noticed the most was how much calmer I felt. I started taking these during a really bonkers week at work and found that these helped alleviate the tightness in my chest and the feeling of having something stuck in my throat, both of which are indications that I'm stressed and/or coming down with something like a cold. I also noticed a reduction in the intensity of my uterine cramps if I took these towards the beginning of a flare up.
CBD Boom Organic CBD 20mg Gummies are £24.99 per pouch or £62.99 for a month's supply.
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