You know a trend has evolved into something longer-lasting when someone like Martha Stewart brings out a signature product line. But unlike many before her, whose attempts to create a differentiated product fall at the first hurdle, we think the Martha Stewart line of CBD products will become a mainstay of the industry for years to come. To know what to shop and why to shop it, here are some Martha Stewart CBD reviews and more about the line.
Martha Stewart has combined forces with Canopy Growth, the Canadian cannabis company and one of the largest in the industry due to its innovations in CBD technology. This combination of Canopy’s industry-leadership and Martha Stewart’s huge brand awareness is almost too irresistible — we were thrilled when the products arrived in the mail.
Reviews of product range for Martha Stewart CBD
Martha Stewart’s CBD product range includes the usual suspects — CBD tinctures, CBD gummies, and CBD softgels.
The CBD tinctures are available in three flavor varieties, including Blood Orange, Meyer Lemon, and Natural. It’s worth pointing out the Martha Stewart CBD used CBD isolate for its formulations. Martha and Canopy have chosen to do this for two reasons — safety and consistency. When we tried the oil repeatedly over a few weeks, we always felt the same effects.
The CBD gummies are available in two mixes, the Berry Medley and the Citrus Medley. The Berry Medley contains raspberry, huckleberry, and black raspberry. The Citrus Medley contains Meyer lemon, kumquat, and blood orange, which more closely reflects the oils. This indicates that there may be some interesting berry-flavored oils down the line.
The softgels contain non-GMO, coconut-derived MCT oil and pure hemp-derived CBD isolate. They are small and convenient to swallow, so they’re a good option for those who prefer to be discreet when taking CBD.
At the moment, the CBD tinctures only come in 30mL bottles containing 750mg but they are reasonably priced at $44.99 per bottle. This makes them super affordable especially given the quality. By way of comparison, cbdMD’s 750mg costs $20.
The CBD gummies deliver 10mg per gummy, but as you only get 30 gummies per bottle you’d need to take two and a half gummies to match the oils for strength per serving. This isn’t a problem per se but if you’re looking for higher doses we’d recommend the oils or the softgels. Both the oils and the softgels deliver 25mg per single serving.
Martha Stewart CBD reviews for flavor/taste
While the oils and gels might be better for those looking for a stronger effect, the gummies really come into their own when comparing flavor. We were blown away by how good these gummies tasted. They were sweet but not too sweet and we could really taste the various flavors coming through.
In fact, Martha Stewart’s culinary team was involved in the development of the flavors. Martha and her team tried upwards of 20 flavors before settling on the Citrus and Berry varieties.
Martha Stewart CBD reviews of the oils have us leaving high marks, too. The oils all taste great because they use CBD isolate and therefore lack the earthy flavor present among some hemp products. The oils did leave a slight warming feeling in our mouth which we enjoyed and have noticed with other isolate products.
Source and extraction method
Since Martha Stewart is a Canopy Growth company, we expect the hemp to be top-notch — and it is. Martha Stewart CBD uses 100% U.S. grown hemp and is tested for heavy metals, pesticides, solvents, and other toxins that can occur in hemp-derived products.