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CBD sprays are made from coconut MCT oil, enriched with full spectrum hemp flower extract. They therefore contain all the active components of hemp such as cannabinoids and terpenes. In addition, they also feature 100% naturally sourced flavourings to mask the earthiness of CBD.
CBD sprays are small bottles of CBD oil with a spray nozzle. Typically, most CBD oils are sold in a glass bottle with a dropper for dosing. However, CBD spray dosing has its own unique characteristics and may have certain advantages over using a dropper.
The Mini CBD sprays offered by The Tree CBD are made from coconut MCT oil, full spectrum cannabis flower extract, flavourings, and terpenes. It’s therefore an all-natural organic product.
Coconut MCT oil is extracted from coconut oil by a process that removes the harmful fats it contains. This results in a completely plant-based oil that’s free of unhealthy compounds such as long-chain triglycerides, alcohols, and other chemical by-products.
Apart from coconut MCT oil, our CBD sprays contain full spectrum hemp flower extract. In other words, they contain a cannabis derivative that has all the cannabinoids and terpenes of the cannabis plant, alongside CBD. Therefore, this oil contains CBD, CBDE, CBG, CBN, and THC within legal limits, among other cannabinoids, as well as over 40 terpenes that are naturally present in the plant.
The Tree’s CBD Mini Sprays are available in a 2.5 ml size bottle, making them easy to carry around. Also, because they’re small in size, their cost is in line with how much CBD they contain, so they’re cheaper than other CBD oils.
Oral spray with CBD
Although there are no laws specifically prohibiting the sale of CBD for oral consumption, it’s not allowed in many EU countries. This is because new food supplements to be marketed in the European Union must be approved by the EFSA (European Food Safety Authority).
Compounds that have no history of being consumed for a period of at least 25 years will be regarded as novel foods or supplements. According to the EFSA, cannabinoids such as CBD would fall into this novel food group. This body has received several applications for approval of CBD as a food supplement. However, it suspended further work on the issue in the summer of 2022, pending new data¹.
That said, it’s up to each EU member state to decide whether or not to comply with the EFSA’s recommendations. Therefore, the sale of CBD for oral consumption isn’t prohibited in all EU countries. The Netherlands is one of them, for example. Moreover, in other non-EU territories, such as Switzerland, Canada, and the United States, CBD for oral consumption is legally permitted, and is one of the most widespread forms of consumption.
Nevertheless, in the EU, due to the current legal framework, CBD oil can only be sold for topical application, even though it’s the same product that’s ingested in other countries. It’s therefore understood that users who consume CBD oil orally or sublingually would be misusing the product.
The application of CBD oil as a spray can have several advantages, both topically and sublingually. The main difference between a spray and a dropper is the size of the oil droplets.
In terms of topical use, as the drops from a CBD spray are smaller than those from a dropper, they’re distributed more evenly. It also reduces the possibility of the oil dripping outside of the target area, making it much easier to apply.
With regard to sublingual administration of CBD oil, it has been found that how long effects last may vary depending on the size of the drops. When sublingual CBD is administered using a spray, it’s absorbed faster and its effects last longer. However, with administration through drops, higher concentrations of CBD in the blood are achieved, albeit for a shorter time².
As explained above, European legislation only allows the sale of CBD products for topical use or for inhalation, or vaping in e-liquids or disposable vape pens. Any other form of consumption, including under the tongue, would be considered misuse by the user.
Sprays with 10% CBD
CBD sprays are small-sized bottles of CBD oil with a spray nozzle. The CBD sprays offered by The Tree CBD are made from coconut MCT oil, to which a full spectrum cannabis flower extract is added, as well as flavourings and terpenes. It´s therefore a natural and organic oil.
Coconut MCT oil, which is used as a base, is an oily substance that is extracted from coconut oil by a process that removes the most harmful fats. This results in a plant-based oil free of harmful compounds such as long-chain triglycerides, alcohols, or other chemicals.
In addition to coconut MCT oil, the CBD sprays offered by The Tree CBD contain a full spectrum CBD-rich hemp flower extract. It therefore retains all the cannabinoids and terpenes naturally present in cannabis, in addition to CBD. These 10% CBD sprays contain CBD, CBDE, CBG, CBN, THC (0.2%), and over 40 terpenes.
The Mini CBD sprays offered by The Tree CBD are available in a 2.5 ml bottle, so you can carry them around easily. Plus, their small size makes them more affordable than other 10% CBD oils.
How do you use CBD spray?
As discussed in the previous section, CBD sprays can be used both topically and sublingually. However, as also explained above, the sale of CBD oil for oral or sublingual consumption isn’t allowed in Europe. Therefore, here we’ll explain how it’s used in those countries where this is permitted, for information purposes only.
First of all, if you want to apply CBD oil topically, simply spray it on clean skin and massage it in until the product is completely absorbed. This should ideally be done two to three times a day.
Moreover, for sublingual administration, you should calculate the required dosage before proceeding. Also, avoid eating before and after taking it, leaving 15-20 minutes before and after consumption. This administration method isn’t legal in Europe, although it is permitted in other countries, such as the United States, Switzerland, and Canada.
After spraying under the tongue, it should be held there for about thirty seconds to one minute without swallowing. You’ll begin to feel the effects within 15 to 20 minutes of taking it.
As for the duration, when CBD is taken under the tongue, in doses between 5 mg and 20 mg, the effect can last up to eight hours, according to a study published in 2004 in the Journal of Cannabis Therapeutics³.
European Food Safety Authority (7 June 2022). Evaluations of cannabidiol as a novel food are on hold pending further data. Press release
Guy, G. W., & Flint, M. E. (2004). A single centre, placebo-controlled, four period, crossover, tolerability study assessing, pharmacodynamic effects, pharmacokinetic characteristics and cognitive profiles of a single dose of three formulations of cannabis based medicine extracts (CBMEs)(GWPD9901), plus a two period tolerability study comparing pharmacodynamic effects and pharmacokinetic characteristics of a single dose of a cannabis based medicine extract given via two administration routes (GWPD9901 EXT). Journal of Cannabis Therapeutics, 3(3), 35-77.
The Mini CBD sprays offered by The Tree CBD are small enough to be carried around easily. What’s more, their spray nozzles allow for quick and precise application anywhere.
Also, given their small size, they’re cheaper than other CBD oils, making them ideal for those who want to try CBD oil without spending a lot of money. In addition, natural fruit flavours mask the earthy smell of CBD, making it more pleasant for novice users.
The Tree CBD Mini CBD Spray is a CBD oil composed of natural, organically grown ingredients. They’re therefore free of harmful chemicals, such as alcohols or solvents.
The base of the CBD Mini sprays is a coconut MCT oil, which is an oil refined to retain only the beneficial part of the coconut oil. This plant-based oil is complemented with a full spectrum hemp flower extract. As a result, these sprays contain all the cannabinoids naturally contained in the cannabis plant.
Lastly, as some users, especially first-time users, don’t like the earthy aroma of CBD, we have added all-natural fruit flavourings. That’s why we have different sprays with various aromas.