Orange County 500mg Full Spectrum Oil

Orange County 500mg Full Spectrum Oil

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At Orange County, the quality of their CBD is at the heart of the business. Nowhere is this better seen than in their range of CBD Oils, giving you the very best of the multi-award-winning CBD with minimal fuss.

Orange County's 500mg CBD Oil is an excellent example of what CBD can do, giving you 500mg of full spectrum CBD in a little under 30ml of carrier oil. This ratio has been found to be perfect for those new to CBD or those who prefer a lower, easily controlled dosage.

Composed primarily of CBD, the oil contains a mix of other cannabinoids to give you the full benefits of the entourage effect. With only trace amounts of THC we’re guaranteeing a full spectrum experience whilst remaining compliant to UK trading laws.

Orange County's CBD is sourced from certified farms in the United States and extracted using a non-solvent, non-chemical method, enabling them to provide you with an organic and entirely GMO-free CBD experience.

Paired with a range of terpenes to ensure authentic smell and flavour, the 500mg CBD Oil is a smooth, subtle way of dosing your CBD.


Full Spectrum hemp-derived cannabidiol (CBD) 500mg per 30ml, MCT Oil, Terpenes.


With each squeeze of the dropper containing approximately 0.85mg of CBD this is one of the simplest ways of getting your dose.

To use it, simply place your preferred measure of oil under the tongue and let it rest for 30-60 seconds, before swallowing the remainder.

The bottle itself comes with a detailed dosage guide on its peel-and-reveal labelling, however the exact amount you take each time will be up to you. We urge you not to exceed the FSA’s recommended limit of 70mg a day.

* This bottle contains 500mg of CBD oil

* One full pipette contains 17mg of CBD oil

* Each drop contains 0.85mg of CBD oil

All the products we stock contain less than the legal limit of THC or none at all meaning they are fully compliant with UK laws.