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Natural Mint (4 Pack)

75.60 68.04

CBD infused pouches flavored with a balanced mix of sweet and cool mints sensations. Crafted using all natural, thc free, tobacco free & nicotine free ingredients. Smokeless, Discreet & Fast-Acting.

What's Inside This Cannadips CBD 4 Pack

This 4 pack contains 4 tins, Each Tin Containing:
150 mg water dispersible CBD / 10 mg CBD per pouch / 15 pouches

The All Natural Ingredients

Organic palm oil (17%), sweeteners (erythritol), coconut fibre, vegetable glycerol, hemp CBD flakes 16% (stabilizers (acacia gum), hemp concentrates, maltodextrin), natural flavouring, sweeteners (steviol glycosides), salt, stabilizers (xanthan gum). Excessive consumption may result in laxative effects.

Save 10% With Any Combo of 4 tins

Save 10% off each can when you purchase 4 or more cans! Have a favorite flavor? Check out our 4 Packs to start saving right away.

Natural Mint

Cannadips CBD User Reviews

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10 months ago
Robert F.
Very happy and customer service is great
10 months ago
kylie C.
I'm loving this CBD! It's really convenient to just throw a pouch in and continue with your day. It's thin so it's descret enough where you can put one in and have a conversation with someone without them even knowing.
10 months ago
Michael L.
I love the mint flavor but could use more mg of cbd needs to be stronger. The citrus doesn't last that long the mint lasts a long time.The tins need to be sealed better they seem to dry up quickly after you get them.

7 months ago
Timothy O.
Excellent product, lived up to my expectations all the way. I would recommend to anyone
8 months ago
Michael S.
This is a way better than anything else I've stuck in my lip. It feels like a healthier alternative to snus. It helps me relax when I sit down to create art.
10 months ago
Wyatt F.
It really helps wish it was a higher doses i find myself taking 2 pouches to get the desired effect

4 months ago
John J.
Great new delivery method and can feel it working! Love the flavor and convenience!
5 months ago
Ryan C.
Took about 2 days before I noticed a difference in my pain. I had disc replacement surgery in my neck and I also have 5 herniated disc through my spine. Nothing has helping with the pain until I tried this product. I've been pain free for 1 week now. Would recommend this to others.
5 months ago
Thomas L.
This is amazing Ive been a dipper for about 5 years and have been looking for something better than normal and thanks to cannadips i found it this is the bet dip ive ever had it really helps me relax after a long hard day a work i love it

Frequently
Asked Questions

What is CBD?

CBD, short for cannabidiol, is one of the many plant-produced cannabinoid compounds and found within the hemp plant. You can source CBD from many different types of cannabis.

What is the difference between hemp & marijuana?

Cannabis is grown in two primary varieties or strains; hemp and marijuana. Often, the three terms are used interchangeably. However, the two types of cannabis are very distinct, and the significant difference between the two varieties lies within how much THC is within each.

Think of other plant products that humans consume. Apples, lettuce, corn, and others all have different varieties. Many of those differences are due to humans breeding the plants for particular properties over time, and others are because of the distinct local climate that the plant adapted to. Cannabis is no different. Humans have bred cannabis to be both higher and lower in THC for the psychotropic effects, and different strains of cannabis are better suited for growing in various climates.

Another difference between hemp and marijuana is the application of the cannabis plant. Marijuana is grown for the buds and flowers, where almost all of the cannabinoids exist and especially the THC. Hemp products are often derived from the stems or seeds of the cannabis plant, and so the plant is grown with a focus on producing those parts. Hemp is heartier and can be grown in more harsh or dynamic climates than marijuana and still produce the desired outputs.

These two varieties also appear very different when growing. Hemp is typically grown a bit taller than marijuana (15 ft. vs. 5 ft.) for its industrial uses like sturdy fibrous stalks, and the stalks can grow more closely together. Marijuana is grown to optimize the flowers which can require more space between plants to improve airflow and prevent molds from accumulating on the plant.

What is the difference when it comes to CBD?

Without the past legal concerns or regulation of CBD, hemp plants can contain as high as 25% CBD by dry weight. The THC was bred out of the hemp plant. Hemp also often has low terpene levels which are noted by the unique smells produced by cannabis. Terpenes are essential because these compounds modify and often amplify the benefits of cannabinoids by enabling the body to absorb better and utilize the cannabinoids.

There are also other beneficial cannabinoids that don’t produce the high that can be found in cannabis. The levels of CBG, CBDV, CBC, CBN can vary significantly in hemp because the plant has been grown without any concern to these compounds.

You have likely heard of the entourage effect or the idea that these compounds all work better in the presence of each other. Due to the legal regulations of the last 100 years, it is now difficult to find strains of cannabis grown specifically for the balance between the beneficial compounds. Proponents of cannabis as a medicine say it is best to source CBD from marijuana with regard to the entourage effect, but this is not always practical.

In our experience at Cannadips, it is tough to source cannabis that can provide the full spectrum of compounds. We also want to make our CBD available to everyone which means sourcing it from low-THC hemp. Some boutique farmers have quality cannabis with a diverse cannabinoid profile to meet our needs, but they are not large enough to meet the demand for industrial-scale production.

Hemp with a diverse cannabinoid profile and high terpene content proves even more difficult to source. However, times are changing. We have deep relationships with our farmers and as this industry is growing the hemp is evolving to have high terpene levels and more cannabinoids like CBG, CBC and others, making it overall a better product.

What is Hemp?

To kick off these hemp facts, let’s define what it is first. Hemp refers to the non-drug variant of cannabis which is often used to produce fibers, biodegradable plastics, health foods, and more. Legally, hemp is defined as cannabis containing less than .2% or even 0% THC by dry-weight, depending on the regulation of the country in question.

Hemp has over 25,000 known applications — none of which get you high. Although hemp and marijuana are both cannabis plants (cannabis sativa), they have very different functions and applications. The hemp plant is undoubtedly diverse, and the applications range from clothing, lotions, protein powders, milk, among various other essentials beneficial for day-to-day life! Basically, you can’t get high off hemp, but it can definitely be used for a significant number of household and personal items as well as offer a number of health benefits.

Will Cannadips make me feel high?

No, Cannadips CBD products are made from hemp-derived CBD and are THC Free. Some people may be worried about using CBD because they assume there may be a chance of getting high due to the association with the cannabis plant. However, CBD is not psychoactive and thus will not induce the “high” effect.

Are Cannadips products lab tested?

Yes. Cannadips insists on the highest standards for quality and provides comprehensive lab tests for each product batch to ensure consumers stay informed. For more information on lab tests, please visit our Lab Results page.

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