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Cannatrek

C115 Sunstone CBD

30ml
High CBD CBG CBD CBDV CBN

Oil

THC 0mg/ml

CBD 115mg/ml

Category 2
Schedule 8
Finished Product
$190 RRP
$0.07 mg
In Stock
Updated: 17/02/24

Cannatrek C115 Sunstone CBD Oil is a THC Free Broad spectrum cannabis extract in a Medium Chain Triglyceride (MCT) carrier Oil. This 30ml formulation contains 115mg/ml activated CBD (total Cannabidiol).

Please note: This Cannatrek medication is readily available.

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Based on 22 reviews

Top reported conditions % say it helps
Anxiety 92%
Chronic Pain (Non-Cancer) 67%
Insomnia 100%
Autism/ASD 100%
Neuropathic Pain 100%

Top reported effects

  1. Calming
  2. Relaxed
  3. Happy
  4. Uplifting
  5. Pain Relief

Top reported flavours/scents

Earthy
Woody
Tea
Chemical
Nutty
Information above is compiled from real patient reviews - it is not to be taken as medical advice. Cannabis may have side effects or interactions with other medications. Medical Cannabis is not effective for everyone and more research is needed. Please consult a health professional for advice.
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