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Charlotte’s Web vs. Saha Self-care: CBD Oil Tincture Review

Hi, my name is Benjamin and this is a compensated customer testimonial for Saha Self-care.

Product being reviewed: Charlotte’s Web CBD Oil: 60mg CBD/1mL

Charlotte's Web CBD Oil: 60mg CBD/1mL
Charlotte’s Web CBD Oil: 60mg CBD/1mL

Hiya, Benji here.

I use CBD for overall wellness and natural stress management and although the two CBD oil tinctures are stronger than the CBD oil I currently use, I decided to sign-up and give them a go.

Right off the bat, if you’re on a budget and can’t spend a whole lot on CBD, the Saha product is going to be a better value. That’s not taking anything away from the Charlotte’s Web product but it’s just more expensive and the subscription discount is 10% vs. 20% for Saha. And both options are expensive, just for the record.

Charlotte's Web CBD Oil: 60mg CBD/1mL
Charlotte’s Web CBD Oil: 60mg CBD/1mL

Both tasted fine but you definitely taste the CBD when you use either option. I don’t mind that and actually expect it given the high strengths but it may be too bitter or unpleasant for some.

The Charlotte’s Web CBD oil has 300mg of CBD than Saha’s but I didn’t really feel a difference or that the Charlotte’s Web product was stronger than the Saha. One other difference is that Saha is broad spectrum vs full spectrum so there’s no THC vs. trace amounts.

Saha Self-care Soothing CBD Oil Tinctures
Saha Self-care Soothing CBD Oil Tinctures

Overall, two good options.

If you want a better price, go with Saha. If you want broad spectrum, go with Saha. If you want a slightly stronger CBD oil that comes in a variety of flavors and is full spectrum, then Charlotte’s Web is the choice for you.