10 Reasons Why Gold Drops oil is better than the dark brown/ black oil
Updated: Nov 27, 2020
You might have heard, that all CBC oils are the same, but the truth is: When it comes to cannabidiol, the proof is in the purity. The three most common CO2 extractions used to make CBC oils on the market today are raw, decarboxylated, and filtered oils. While raw or “black” CBC oil is the easiest and most inexpensive to manufacture, its lack of processing detracts from the product’s overall effectiveness. Black CBC oils are extracted and then infused with a carrier oil - they undergo no further processing. Similarly, black decarboxylated oils are inconsistent in composition and effectiveness. Only filtered, golden oils made from naturally UK grown hemp offer the consistency in CBC content and potential health benefits, that keep customers coming back for more. Below, we look at 10 reasons why Gold Drops oil is better than black/ brown CBC oil.
1. It’s better for you
Perhaps the most important advantages Gold Drops oil has over black/ brown CBC oil are encouraging health and wellness benefits. Gold Drops oils maintain high levels of purity and contain only the essential cannabinoids and full-spectrum, aromatic terpenes, that enhance the efficacy of the CBC.
Additionally, Gold Drops are filtered, separating excess plant matter, lipids, waxes, and chlorophyll from important compounds, resulting in a clear, golden color. The materials taken out of black oils during filtration actually detract from the medical potential of CBC, causing nausea and other side effects in some consumers with sensitivities.
2. Undergoes full decarboxylation
In order to maximize the potency of Gold Drops oils, they must first go through the process of decarboxylation. This chemical process removes one carboxyl group, turning inactive CBCa into active CBC, which maximizes the medical potential of the cannabinoid. Simply put, decarboxylating involves heating cannabis over a period of time, until the compounds are fully activated for optimal effectiveness.
3. Higher and more consistent CBC content
Thanks to high levels of purity, it’s easier to maintain the utmost consistency in standardizing CBC concentration from bottle to bottle. Black/ brown oils, on the other hand vary much more in cannabinoid concentration and are harder to accurately regulate. This is due to the variable texture of the substance, as well as interference from chemicals and preservatives not removed through filtration.
By offering mediocre levels of CBC, that vary from bottle too bottle, it’s hard to gauge just how well raw extractions work. When tested, some black/ brown CBC oils contain vastly different concentrations from what is advertised on the packaging. For any course of treatment, consistency of use and dosage is key, making it futile to invest in black CBC to achieve specific results.
4. Better taste & smell
As with all products which need to be taken on a regular basis, CBC oils should smell and taste as palatable as possible. While black/ brown CBC oils have an earthier, bitter taste, CBC Gold Drops oils feature the complex aromas of a wide variety of terpenes harnessed through a steam distillation process. What’s more, consumers don’t have to taste the chlorophyll and other plant ingredients, that give black/ brown oils an unsavory taste.
5. Liquid consistency
One of the most frustrating parts of using black CBC oil is variation in the substances’ composition. Black/ brown oils aren’t always liquid at room temperature and require heating in a warm water bath to even out texture inconsistencies. Often times, the oil will harden and stick to the bottom and sides of the bottle, making it difficult to remove. Gold Drops on the other hand flow as liquids at room temperature and is less susceptible to changes in temperature.
6. The entourage effect
What makes CBC oils effective as whole plant medicines is the presence of what is known as the “entourage effect”. This phenomenon occurs when all of the essential compounds within cannabis work together to form something more powerful than the sum of its parts. This term is often cited in reference to the efficacy of terpenes working with CBC in providing a more diverse range of wholesome health benefits.
7. You get your money’s worth
Gold Drops offer a more well-rounded treatment with higher, more consistent levels of CBC, that focus on giving consumers only the best parts of cannabis, leaving everything unhelpful in the dust. As well, those using Gold Drops usually require smaller doses than they would with black/ brown oils, ultimately saving them money in the long run through extended use.
8. No THC
THC, a fundamental psychoactive chemical which can be found in percentages of up to 0.2 in black/ brown CBC oils, while Gold Drops guarantee a concentration of less than 0.05% - a huge difference for consumers looking to avoid any presence of psychoactive compounds. CBC Gold Drops oils are legal, safe to consume, and don’t inhibit users from driving, operating machinery, or other commonplace tasks.
9. Clear golden color
As more individuals recognize, that Gold Drops oils truly set the standard for CBC intake, the vibrant golden hue of the oil immediately brings to mind its purity, pleasant taste and a strong presence of CBC. Customers have come to expect from Gold Drops, associating the color with the efficacy of the product.
10. Easier to use
Gold Drops oil is easy to use and doesn’t require additional preparation for consumption. You’ll never have to worry about taking the wrong dose, thanks to consistent concentration, which will help you to track your CBC intake and calibrate your dosage to suit your unique needs. Gold Drops come in a variety of volumes and concentrations optimized for new and regular users, as well as stronger concentrations for those seeking the highest potency per dose.
As the shroud covering CBC is lifted and more recognize this important compound's potential health benefits, Gold Drops will continue to be at the forefront of the best CBC products on the market.