$64.99 – $99.99
Medterra Broad Spectrum Cannabinoid Tincture
|Total CBD:||1000 – 2000 mg|
|Potency:||33 mg/mL – 66 mg/mL|
|Cost per mg CBD:||$0.05 – $0.06|
|Total CBD:||1000 – 2000 mg|
|Potency:||33 mg/mL – 66 mg/mL|
|Cost per mg CBD:||$0.05 – $0.06|
Medterra captured the essence of what every CBD user is looking for: simplicity and effectiveness. The Broad Spectrum Cannabinoid Tincture is made by Medterra and is extracted from hemp grown by Medterra. It ticks all the boxes for price, potency, and accessibility.
This company doesn’t offer any frills or distractions — it’s just premium quality CBD extract from Medterra hemp crops. This means it meets all US agricultural standards, and on top of that, Medterra is backed by the US Hemp Authority.
For $0.05 – $0.06 per mg of CBD, Medterra’s Broad Spectrum Cannabinoid Tincture is one of the cheapest CBD oils on the market. But it’s not at the compromise of quality. Medterra can keep costs down for customers because it owns the entire process from seed to bottle.
Medterra offers two potencies: 1000 mg and 2000 mg, giving each bottle a concentration of 33 mg/mL or 66 mg/mL, respectively. This goes above and beyond the potencies we consider to be effective (over 20 mg/mL). This product is relatively new, and perhaps Medterra will release a lower potency to accommodate customers who prefer lower concentrations.
Medterra grows its own hemp in the state of Kentucky, under the guidelines of the Kentucky Department of Agriculture and with the certification of the US Hemp Authority. Medterra isn’t certified organic, but the company swears that it doesn’t use pesticides — something that the Certificate of Analysis demonstrates clearly.
Medterra doesn’t give any specific indication for the Broad Spectrum Cannabinoid Tincture, but it has many uses for those who like to use CBD. The company is extremely careful not to make any medical claims, which we see as an indication of the company’s compliance with federal and state laws. This product is a generalized CBD oil that can be used for any of the ailments that people might commonly take CBD for.
The Broad Spectrum Tincture is one of two varieties of tincture that Medterra offers. The other is a CBD-only tincture, while the Broad Spectrum Tincture contains all of the cannabinoids naturally occurring in hemp except for THC.
The Broad Spectrum Hemp Extract is available in 1000 mg and a 2000 mg. Medterra may have scored perfectly here if it also provided a mid or lower-range potency to accompany its heavy potencies.
There’s nothing special about Medterra’s formula for this specific product, although the company demonstrates its formulation abilities with other products. However, the Broad Spectrum Cannabinoid Tincture is meant to be a herbal simple, and it is. There’s nothing in it other than hemp extract, MCT oil, and flavoring. This formula is simple, which is exactly how it should be.
Unlike many CBD product manufacturers in the USA, Medterra grows, extracts, and bottles its own hemp. The Medterra Broad Spectrum Cannabinoid Tincture is one of eight products on the Medterra lineup. The company offers competitive pricing on Kentucky-grown, laboratory tested CBD products — most of which have a very impressive potency to match.
The Broad Spectrum Tincture is available in two concentrations: 1000 mg and 2000 mg. Priced at $64.99 and $99.99, respectively, this is one of the most cost-effective CBD oils on the market. This is especially true if you consider that Medterra owns its hemp farms and an extraction facility.
Medterra provides Certificates of Analysis (CoA) on virtually all batches to show its dedication to quality control, performed by Green Scientific Labs, Florida. However, the Broad Spectrum Cannabinoid Tincture is a seemingly new product in Medterra’s range, and the company hasn’t yet released a CoA for this product. However, customers can view Medterra’s other analysis documents for all other products.
On all of its CoAs, the company passes all the tests for microbial and pesticide presence and satisfies the criteria for heavy metals. The company doesn’t claim to use organic farming practices, although pesticides are not detected. The one thing we would have liked to see with the Broad Spectrum Cannabinoid Tincture is an indication as to how it’s extracted.
Overall, Medterra’s Broad Spectrum Tincture is a viable, potent, and affordable CBD oil.
Customers looking for a well-priced, potent extract should have a lot of fun shopping Medterra’s range.
The most apparent feature of Medterra’s Broad Spectrum Tincture (and its whole range, for that matter) is that it’s grown, extracted, and bottled by Medterra. This isn’t a trophy every CBD product manufacturer gets to hold, and Medterra holds it proudly. Medterra oversees the entire process, from seed to bottle.
Unlike Medterra’s other oral CBD products, which are likely made with CBD isolate, Medterra’s broad-spectrum extract contains all the naturally occurring cannabinoids except for THC.
It’s a breath of fresh air for customers to see potencies with three zeros at the end — hallelujah! One of the most frustrating problems with CBD products is low potencies.
Medterra released its Broad Spectrum Tincture in two concentrations: 1000 mg and 2000 mg.
At $64.99 for 1000 mg and $99.99 for 2000 mg, the Broad Spectrum Cannabinoid Tincture is one of the cheapest on the market.
This is likely due to the fact that Medterra grows its own hemp rather than buying from a third-party, paying import taxes, etc. Medterra applied all of its own expertise to this product, but rather than driving the cost up, this initiative reduces the cost of Medterra products when compared to the rest of the market.
Medterra, though based in California, owns hemp farms in Kentucky, USA. From hemp cultivation all the way through to extraction and bottling, Medterra oversees its production process. This gives Medterra a headstart in the CBD industry as one of only a handful of American CBD manufacturers with proprietary hemp farms.
The US Hemp Authority certifies Medterra and its products. The Hemp Authority delivers certificates based on stringent regulatory standards. This certificate is designed to give consumers confidence in the cultivation and manufacturing processes of the company.
Medterra grows its hemp under the Industrial Hemp Research Pilot Program of Kentucky. This means that as well as maintaining the standards of the US Hemp Authority, Medterra’s hemp farms also meet agricultural standards set by the state of Kentucky.
There are a lot of big names on Medterra’s list of ambassadors, including US Major Golf Champion, Lucas Glover, and four-time PGA tour winner, Charlie Hoffman. Other professional athletes also advocate for Medterra, such as surfers, Alana Blanchard, and Billy Kemper. Customers can see a full list of ambassadors on the company’s website.
On top of all of this, Medterra partners with CVS pharmacies to stock its products on shelves all over the USA, making itself accessible to the whole country.
Medterra doesn’t claim to use organic farming practices, but after looking at the company’s CoAs, it’s evident that it uses at least some kind of sustainable farming or manufacturing practices. Pesticides were not detected on any CoA reports.
Medterra jumps through all the hoops to gain its customers’ trust. Customers should have confidence, not just in Medterra’s prices, but in its quality and control measures.
Medterra’s Broad Spectrum Cannabinoid Tincture is a generalized oral CBD oil with the additional benefit of being a broad-spectrum extract. This means it contains all of the naturally occurring cannabinoids except for THC. From a naturopathic perspective, this makes it a more holistic herbal remedy.
Medterra’s product is for those who want a good quality, reputable product without having to pay too much for it. The fact that Medterra grows its own hemp makes it able to offer affordable and reliable extracts to its customers.
Finally, this product is for those who aren’t shy to take a few more milligrams of CBD — the bottles contain 1000 mg or 2000 mg of CBD, meaning each dropper contains 33 or 66 mg of CBD. The Broad Spectrum Tincture is for those who err on the heavier side of CBD dosing.
For all of what customers get by shopping with Medterra, it’s one of the cheapest CBD products on the market. If customers buy the 2000 mg bottle, they pay $0.05 per mg of CBD, putting that bottle on the cheaper end of cheap! Customers won’t get a better deal anywhere else.
|Product Image||Product Name||Total Cost||Total CBD||Cost per mg CBD|
|Medterra Broad Spectrum Hemp Extract — 1000 mg||$64.99||1000 mg||$0.06|
|Medterra Broad Spectrum Hemp Extract — 2000 mg||$99.99||2000 mg||$0.05|
Another remarkable feature of Medterra’s Broad Spectrum Cannabinoid Tincture is that it isn’t available in lower concentrations — only high concentrations. Some customers might be disappointed in that, although the company offers lower potencies in its other products. We’re impressed to see strengths up to 3000 mg in the Medterra range and up to 2000 mg in this product specifically.
All bottles contain 30 mL, although it’s worth mentioning that Medterra provides marked droppers with its bottles. They mark 0.25, 0.5, and 0.7 mL, making dosing flexible and easy for those who want to minimize the dose but still buy the higher potencies
|Product Image||Product Name||Total CBD||Total Volume||CBD Potency (mg/mL)||Potency Level|
|Medterra Broad Spectrum Cannabinoid Tincture — 1000 mg||1000 mg||30 mL||33 mg/mL||High|
|Medterra Broad Spectrum Cannabinoid Tincture — 2000 mg||2000 mg||30 mL||66 mg/mL||Very High|
It makes our job easier when we don’t have to send countless emails to a company requesting to know where its hemp comes from. Medterra advertises all over its website that it grows its own hemp in Kentucky, USA. Though Medterra doesn’t claim to use organic farming practices, its farms are backed by the Kentucky Department of Agriculture and the US Hemp Authority.
It doesn’t get much better than hemp that’s home-grown on American soil.
The Medterra Broad Spectrum Tincture is a simple, easy-to-use, easy-to-dose CBD oral supplement. The company doesn’t indicate it for any specific health uses as it does with some of its other products. This product is run-of-the-mill — meaning that any CBD user could use this product the same way they use any other CBD oil or tincture.
Medterra is very careful not to make medical claims on its website, an indication that the company is compliant with federal and state laws. However, the company does provide some information on the company website about the endocannabinoid system and how CBD interacts with CB receptors.
Interestingly, Medterra advertises the ingredients for the Broad Spectrum Cannabinoid Tincture as:
This makes it a little confusing for customers. The ingredient list suggests that cannabinoids are added to the base along with terpenes and flavors because the cannabinoids are listed separately. However, this wouldn’t constitute a true broad-spectrum extract.
It’s unclear whether the company simply removed delta 9 THC from the extract, or whether isolates were created and then mixed together. It might just be a miscommunication in the way that Medterra has advertised the ingredients. We would have liked some information about extraction techniques to clarify this.
In any case, it’s a straightforward ingredient list, as it should be for a simple hemp extract.
Medterra ships internationally, including most European countries, North America, South America, and Australia. There seem to be a few countries that Medterra won’t ship to, although customers in this situation can simply use a mail forwarding service such as Shipito for a small fee.
Returns are non-hassle (for once). Medterra gives customers 30 days from receiving the item to decide that they are unsatisfied — for pretty much any reason. Medterra will issue a complete refund once the return has been granted and the item is shipped back.
It’s refreshing when everything is simple, which can be hard to come by in the new and burgeoning CBD industry.
Medterra offers the most valuable thing to consumers: simplicity. The Broad Spectrum Cannabinoid Tincture is clean and easy to use. It even comes with a measured dropper.
The returns are easy. Buying is easy (and cheap). And best of all, customers don’t have to stomp through the production line to find out where hemp is grown, where it’s manufactured, and where it’s bottled. It all starts and ends at Medterra. And to be honest, we think that’s freaking awesome. Americans should be excited to have Medterra right at their fingertips.