The Best CBD Oils in Arizona

Heather Ryerson Find CBD

The Grand Canyon State has been slower to adopt the industrial hemp program, but a recent bill was signed into law on February 20th, 2019 and was subsequently moved up to May 31st. This means that for the first time since World War II, Arizona farmers can start growing hemp this summer.  If all goes well, growers may begin harvesting hemp sometime in October. That said, what are the best CBD oils in Arizona?

In the meantime, CBD companies based in Arizona have had to source their hemp from states that already have made provisions for the Farm Bill of 2018 and who have industrial hemp programs in place. While this has made the process more challenging, some entrepreneurs have not been dissuaded.  

The vast majority of Arizona’s CBD is found in dispensaries that do not offer online services. CBD shops have also popped up around the state, but few companies have joined the parade of websites offering the popular cannabinoid. However, we have found three daring companies who do have online operations based in Arizona.

Best Overall: 1000 mg Full-Spectrum Hemp Oil by Populum

While Populum’s CBD oil is relatively costly in comparison to the others on our list, they have earned an excellent reputation over the past couple of years as a trusted provider of CBD oil. Their product is frequently rated as being one of the best tasting and most effective on the market, and their 30-day satisfaction guarantee is unusual in the industry.

The company uses clean ethanol extraction, which is arguably not as preferable as the CO2 method, yet they offer up-to-date lab sheets that consistently show both the purity and potency of their popular full-spectrum oil. It’s why Populum is our top pick for the best CBD oils in Arizona.

1. 1000 mg Full-Spectrum Hemp Oil by Populum

Purchasing Locations:

  • Online only

Populum has enjoyed a solid reputation as one of the leaders in the CBD industry. Based in Tempe, their signature Hemp Oil has a mild orange flavor that has become a customer favorite that has been described as tasting just like freshly peeled oranges. 

Available in 250, 500, or 1000 mg strengths, it is sourced from Colorado-grown hemp and manufactured at a GMP certified facility. It contains full-spectrum CBD oil plus grapeseed oil, hemp seed oil, coconut oil, and cold pressed orange oil for a flavorful experience. 

Third-party lab sheets are available right on the website, and the company offers a unique 30-day guarantee so you can be sure it is going to work for you. The user-friendly interface makes ordering simple. Populum’s pricing is on the high end of the scale not only for Arizona, but nationwide as well, yet this does not deter their loyal following.  The stellar customer service they are known for may well make their higher prices inconsequential. 

Price: $179.00/.18 per mg.

Shipping and refund policies:

•Free shipping on all orders

•Contact support within 30 days for a full refund if you are not satisfied.

Pros:

•Third-party lab tested

•Well-reviewed

•Veterans programs are available

Cons:

•Ethanol extraction method

•More expensive

2. 1000 mg Premium Hemp Drops by LBC BioScience Inc.

Purchasing Locations:

  • Online only

Founded by Lisa Nelson, LBC BioScience Inc. is on a mission to promote a favorable, socioeconomic environment within the cannabinoid industry. Based out of Scottsdale, the company was initially called Superstar Vape, Inc., but changed their name in 2017 to include a full range of CBD products for people and pets. 

Their 1000 mg Premium Hemp Drops contain organic full-spectrum CBD and come in natural, fruit punch, or gummy bear flavors. All of LBC BioScience’s products are extracted from US sourced hemp using the CO2 method, retaining all the beneficial omega-3 fatty acids and terpenes found in the plant. 

While the company lists several onsite testimonials and has an extensive list of team members, we were unable to find out whether the products they offer have undergone third-party lab testing. The company states that this oil can be used as a tincture, be vaped, or can be added to your favorite foods and beverages. 

Price: $75.99/.08 cents per mg.

Shipping and refund policies:

•Pay your own shipping

•Unopened products can be returned within 30 days. Contact support to initiate a request.

Pros:

•Clean CO2 extraction

•A variety of flavors are available 

•Inexpensive

Cons:

•No third-party lab testing results are available on site

•Very little educational literature is offered

3. 1000 mg Hemp Oil Tincture by Kactus Kush

Purchasing Locations:

  • Online only

Kactus Kush was born out of a desire to bring the healing benefits of hemp-based CBD to others. Based in Tucson, the company sources their hemp from a state-licensed industrial farm in Kentucky but plans on having growing operations in Arizona soon. Their Hemp Oil Tincture comes in 500, 1000, or 2500 mg strengths and you can choose from natural, peppermint, or lavender flavor. The company carries a variety of other CBD products including topicals, capsules, and vape products. 

Kactus Kush has a beautifully designed website that appears to have some good information about CBD, yet we found the site maddeningly slow to load, making navigation difficult. 

Shipping costs are high here as well. Two products came in at around $15.00. However, the low cost per mg may offset this for some users.

Price: $85.00/.09 cents per mg.

Shipping and refund policies:

•Pay your own shipping

•Contact support for details 

Pros:

•The company offers third-party lab sheets on their website

•A variety of flavors are available 

•Choose from several strengths

Cons:

•Site is slow to load

•The extraction method is undisclosed

Conclusion

With farmers finally being able to start growing industrial hemp on their acreage, it is likely that the State will soon be awash with companies that offer Arizona sourced CBD oil for consumption. We will keep you posted.

Do you know of a new CBD oil company in Arizona? We would love to hear all about it. Until then, try out one of our own picks for the best CBD oils in Arizona.

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Last modified: November 5, 2019