Martha Stewart CBD offers a variety of premium quality isolate and broad spectrum CBD products that are available in the form of tinctures, softgels, edible gummies, and pet products. Their products range from 9 mg to 600 mg of total CBD, and are extracted using a CO2 based process before being formulated with easily digestible MCT oil as the carrier for maximum bioavailability. Products are then tested by an independent third party lab.
The accuracy variances for our Martha Stewart CBD products concerning potency are excellent, with five checked products testing below the acceptable 10% variance limit allowed. All ordered softgels, gummies, and tincture passed purity testing for pesticides, solvents, microbials, and heavy metals, according to third party lab reports which are available for customer access in a centralized hub online. No test results for pesticides were available for the edible pet treats at this time.
Their hemp is all sourced from U.S. farms, and they offer premium isolate CBD products for humans and broad spectrum CBD products for pets that are all solvent free and non-GMO. The Martha Stewart brand also promises high quality, all natural ingredients in every product offered.
Prices range from $19.99 to $64.99 with an average price point of $.06, which is lower than average when compared to other brands in the market that are also GMP compliant. They offer discounts for newsletter sign up, regular subscription plans, and first time buyers. Shipping is free with a $49.99 minimum order, and products carry a money back satisfaction guarantee.
Their website includes blog entries with informative CBD educational material, which corresponds to each product offered. It is easy to navigate their website, with product pages providing comprehensive product information for each item, along with dosage information, and uses suggested by the company. Their checkout area is located inside a larger shipping hub that offers many brands in addition to Martha Stewart CBD. There is also a FAQs link located under the “Company” heading at the bottom of every page online.
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Martha Stewart initially established her namesake brand in 2014, and her curated line of CBD products officially launched in 2020, after years of careful planning, according to the website. The company’s CBD isolate product operations are based in Denver, Colorado, with additional corporate headquarters in New York City. Martha Stewart’s innovative broad spectrum CBD pet products are created and formulated at Canopy Animal Health in Atlanta, Georgia.
Independent CBD testing is a necessary quality and safety control tool to ensure that the labeled amounts of CBD and THC are very close to the contents of each final product a customer receives. Martha Stewart CBD has a centralized lab testing link on their company homepage under the “Certificates of Analysis” link at the bottom of every page online.
All of the products in our Martha Stewart CBD order were third party tested for CBD and THC potency. Purity tests for foreign contaminants such as heavy metals, microbials and mycotoxins were performed on all five checked products; however, standard purity tests for pesticides were unavailable for two products at this time.
Using the centralized lab testing hub, it was easy to match five of the ordered products with the independent third party lab results for potency. As far as the highest accuracy variance in this order, the 300 mg isolate citrus medley gummies tested at 330.1 total mg of CBD, which represents a 10% accuracy variance which is right up against the acceptable 10% limit. The lowest accuracy variances were found in the 750 mg Meyer lemon isolate tincture and the 750 mg softgels, which both tested as containing 780 total mg of CBD. This calculates out to an accuracy variance of 4%, well below the 10% variance limit allowed. All isolate and broad spectrum products were confirmed by independent third party testing to contain less than the legal 0.3% limit of THC, or no THC was detected.
According to their website, building on their established reputation as an existing lifestyle brand, the innovative Martha Stewart CBD division was launched in 2020 after working closely with one of the industry leaders in CBD, Canopy Growth. Together, they have developed handmade, signature gourmet flavors created by Martha herself which are blended with hemp derived CBD isolate to create their carefully crafted product line.
Martha Stewart CBD is a legal, authorized grower of premium U.S. hemp, sourced from farms throughout the country. Their hemp derived, isolate and broad spectrum CBD products are extracted using a CO2 based process before being formulated with easily digestible MCT oil as the carrier for maximum bioavailability. After formulation, the next step is independent third party CBD testing, which is an important safety and quality control measure utilized by Martha Stewart CBD to ensure that the labeled potency of CBD and THC matches the contents.
They conduct independent potency lab testing for all of their products and post the available results on their website under the “Certificates of Analysis” link located at the very bottom of each page. Any missing batch numbers for ordered products can be requested from customer service, who will provide any lab results not listed online or help with an explanation of the results.
Martha Stewart CBD offers premium quality CBD products that are available in isolate and broad spectrum tinctures, softgels, pet products, and edible gummies. Their products range from 9 mg to 600 mg and are lower than average priced when compared to other brands, with an average price point of $.06 per mg of CBD. All human products that comprise this brand use isolate CBD and all Martha Stewart pet products use broad spectrum CBD.
These CO2 extracted, CBD isolate tinctures by Martha Stewart are formulated with MCT oil for easy digestion and are suggested by the company for oral or sublingual use. They can also be added to beverages or food. They offer the tinctures in an unflavored, Meyer lemon, and blood orange varieties.
These CBD infused, broad spectrum soft baked treats by Martha Stewart CBD are CO2 extracted and include all natural ingredients as well as tasty flavors. They are 100% naturally flavored and are recommended by the company for discreet, fast acting CBD use. These are recommended for oral use only.
These Martha Stewart isolate CBD softgels undergo a CO2 extraction process, and are formulated with MCT oil for superior bioavailability. These softgels are recommended by the company for oral use only, and the suggested serving size is 1 softgel.
This CO2 extracted tincture is formulated with MCT oil for easy digestion, and it includes all natural ingredients along with broad spectrum CBD. This tincture is suggested by the company for oral or sublingual use, or the tincture can be added to a pet’s food.
These CBD infused, soft baked, broad spectrum pet treats are CO2 extracted and include all natural ingredients. They are 100% naturally flavored and are recommended by the company for fast acting CBD use. Martha Stewart CBD offers several effect specific options, and all treats are recommended for oral use only. MCT oil is used in order to be gentle on a pet’s stomach, and this particular recipe is one of Martha’s own creations.
They do not offer bundles at this time, but bundles may be an option for customers of this brand in the future. They do, however, offer a 60 count “elegant and reusable linen textured drawer box” that was designed by Martha Stewart. This 15 flavor gummy sampler was developed using the classic ingredients that she uses in her personal baking.
Their easy to navigate website was user friendly, with each product page providing comprehensive product information for each item in that category, as well as ingredients, potencies, and suggested uses by the company. It must be noted, however, that customers check out through a larger CBD shopping hub called “Shop Canopy,” which can either be convenient or somewhat confusing because it allows users to browse and purchase products from several brands other than the Martha Stewart brand of CBD.
There is a separate FAQs link on the main website at the bottom of the page under the “Company” heading. Also, there is an option to “Shop All” products at once, or users can filter product results by availability, name, newest, and price. As mentioned earlier, all of the third party potency and purity lab results available for the Martha Stewart CBD product catalog are located under the centralized “Certificates of Analysis” testing hub, found under the “Further Information” heading at the bottom of the page.
Their customer support team is readily available via online messaging, email and phone. Customer service was contacted via email regarding hemp quality and discounts, and a team member responded the same day and provided the information requested. Orders get free ground shipping with a $49.99 minimum order, and a shipping confirmation email with tracking was received. The order arrived via FedEx in a box that was discreet, and all products were securely packaged inside.
This CO2 extracted, isolate tincture is formulated with easily digestible MCT oil. Labeled at 750 mg, with a serving size of 1 ml or 1 full dropper, this tincture was third party lab tested and found to contain 780 total mg. This represents a variance of 4%, well under the 10% limit allowed. No THC was detected and all purity testing for foreign contaminants was passed. This tincture is pale yellow in color and has a typical thin oil like viscosity. There are measuring marks on the dropper for precise dosing, and it has a fresh lemon taste.
These CO2 extracted, isolate softgels are formulated with easily digestible MCT oil. Labeled at 25 mg per serving size of 1 softgel, each softgel was independently lab tested and the package was found to contain 780 total mg of CBD or 26 mg per serving. This calculates out to a variance of 4%, well under the 10% limit allowed. No THC was detected and all purity testing for foreign contaminants was passed. These softgels are pale yellow in color, vitamin sized, and have a typical softgel texture.
This naturally flavored tincture is CO2 extracted, before formulation with easily digestible MCT oil and isolate CBD. Labeled at 10 mg per serving size of 1 gummy, each gummy was independently lab tested and found to contain 11 mg of CBD, or 330 total mg. This represents a variance of 10%, right at the 10% limit allowed. No THC was detected and all purity testing for foreign contaminants was passed. These are a bit firmer than a traditional gummy and come in a variety of citrus flavors, with both yellow and orange colored gummies available.
These CO2 extracted, broad spectrum pet treats are formulated with easily digestible MCT oil. Labeled at 32 mg per serving size of 1 soft baked treat, each treat was independently lab tested and found to contain 33.6 mg of CBD, or 1008 total mg. This calculates out to a variance of 5%, under the 10% limit allowed. No THC was detected and all purity testing for foreign contaminants was passed, excluding pesticide test results which were unavailable at this time. Each treat is quarter sized and medium brown in color, with a typical soft treat texture that crumbles easily.
These CO2 extracted, broad spectrum pet treats are formulated with easily digestible MCT oil. Each treat is the size of a nickel and medium brown in color, with a typical soft treat texture that crumbles upon touch. Labeled at 11 mg per serving size of 1 soft baked treat, each treat was independently lab tested at 11.55 mg of CBD, or 346.5 total mg. This represents a variance of 5%, well under the 10% limit allowed. No THC was detected and all purity testing for foreign contaminants was passed. Pesticide test results were unavailable at this time.