Anytime Broad Spectrum CBD Gummies

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Size:  20 Vegan CBD Gummies

Flavor:  Citrus Lime

CBD content:  10mg CBD

These fruit-filled vegan CBD gummies are bursting with citrus lime flavor and packed with 10mg of custom formulated broad spectrum hemp extract. Perfect for any time of the day.

nama's unique blend of terpene rich hemp extract has been carefully crafted from seed to sale and tested in a third-party lab to ensure quality. Filled with natural ingredients, these gummies are unlike any other.

All our CBD products are legal throughout the US, as they are compliant with the 2018 Farm Bill. Check out some of our other collections!

Vegan

Lab Tested

100% USA Hemp

Made with Real Fruit

Gluten Free

Non-GMO

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FAQ

What are broad spectrum CBD gummies?

A broad spectrum CBD gummy is an edible that contains broad spectrum CBD. Broad spectrum CBD is one form of cannabidiol (CBD). CBD gummies contain CBD oils and compounds from the hemp plant but are free of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). A few of the compounds contained in our high potency CBD gummies include:

  • Cannabichromene
  • Cannabinol
  • Myrcene
  • Pinene
  • Limonene
  • and more

Looking to consume CBD gummies that also contain THC? Try our Delta 9 THC gummies. They're legal in all 50 states and contain the purest hemp-derived CBD and delta 9 THC.

Do broad spectrum CBD gummies contain THC?

No, our broad spectrum CBD gummies do not contain THC. We do, however, sell the finest THC gummies, if that's what you're looking for!

How many broad spectrum CBD gummies should I take?

When it comes to our broad-spectrum CBD gummies, you’ll get the perfect amount of CBD in just one gummy. With 10 mg CBD per gummy, these edibles are ideal to take, as the name suggests, anytime. Balance these hemp-derived gummies with our edibles with Delta 9 THC if you want a bit of a kick every now and again, or take them on their own for the ideal amount of CBD per serving to relax you without making you tired or sleepy.

What are the differences between full spectrum CBD and broad spectrum CBD?

The main difference between full-spectrum and broad-spectrum CBD products is the type of CBD extract used to make them. The three main CBD types used in hemp and cannabis products are CBD isolate, broad spectrum, and full spectrum CBD.

CBD isolate contains only CBD extracted from the hemp or cannabis plant. Broad spectrum CBD contains other cannabinoids and terpenes, in addition to CBD, but no THC.

Full spectrum CBD has all the cannabinoids found in cannabis in hemp, including THC. When taken with other cannabinoids and THC, CBD can produce an entourage effect, meaning it can be more effective than when taken in isolate form.

Does broad-spectrum CBD actually work?

Yes, broad-spectrum CBD can be incredibly beneficial in treating insomnia, anxiety, depression, and helping you feel better overall. This compound affects the endocannabinoid system in your brain, which helps regulate and balance many bodily functions. The benefits of CBD are the result of its effect on this system, and include:

  • pain reduction
  • inflammation relief
  • autoimmune disease relief
  • appetite stimulation
  • anxiety and stress reduction
  • depression relief
  • and more

Is broad-spectrum or full-spectrum CBD better for anxiety?

Whether you’re dealing with generalized anxiety, panic attacks, or a case of Sunday scaries, both broad-spectrum and full-spectrum CBD gummies can help you feel calmer. If you’re looking for THC-free CBD gummies, our Anytime broad spectrum gummies are the way to go. And, if you prefer your edibles with a bit of a kick, we offer full-spectrum gummies with CBD and just the right amount of THC to relax you without making you feel high.

Which is better for pain—CBD or hemp?

CBD is a compound found in hemp that is quite effective at alleviating pain. However, CBD is not the only hemp-derived compound that aids in pain relief: THC can be an incredible pain reliever too. If you want to experience the benefits of both compounds found in hemp, full spectrum gummies are your best bet.

For example, our original mixed berry gummies contain both CBD and THC. These sour berry CBD and THC gummies infused with THC taste like delicious mixed berries and are the ideal way to alleviate pain and feel good all day long.

What mg CBD gummies are best for anxiety?

It is recommended to take anywhere from 20 to 75 mg of CBD for anxiety and stress relief, depending on your tolerance and previous experience with CBD. nama CBD offers an array of CBD potency options among our vegan CBD gummies, so you’ll easily find the ideal gummy for you.

Do CBD gummy bears show up on a drug test?

Yes, both cannabis and hemp extracted CBD show up on a drug test. If you know you’ll be getting drug tested soon, stop taking CBD gummies about a month or so before the test.

What does CBD feel like when taken?

The main effect of CBD is relaxation. Upon taking a high-quality CBD edible, you can expect to feel less anxious. If you feel any pain, it will likely be alleviated. At a sufficient dosage, CBD can also make you sleepy, especially when combined with melatonin. If you want CBD gummies that help you fall asleep, try out our melatonin gummies.

Should my sleep gummies contain CBD?

Yes, sleep gummies often contain CBD, in addition to melatonin. If you’re looking for gummies with CBD to help you fall asleep, we offer delicious gummies made from all-natural ingredients and CBD extracted from the finest American hemp.

What should I look for when buying CBD gummies?

With the abundance of CBD companies available online right now, it can be difficult to find a brand that fits your needs. Here’s what makes nama a CBD brand you can trust:

  • The lab reports and lab results of our certificates of analysis (COA) are on our website, showing that our products have been third-party lab tested.
  • We use natural flavorings and colorings—our organic CBD gummies get their fruit flavor and their natural color from actual fruits, and don’t contain artificial flavors and sweeteners, such as tapioca syrup, corn syrup, cane sugar, or artificial citric acid.
  • We offer a 30-day money-back guarantee (even though we’re sure you won’t need it).

What are the most common CBD products?

Due to the recent popularity of CBD products, more and more people are including a broad spectrum CBD oil, tincture, gummy, or vape in their daily wellness routine. The most common CBD products are:

  • CBD topical creams and serums
  • CBD tinctures
  • CBD edibles
  • CBD pet products
  • CBD oils
  • CBD capsules
  • CBD vapes
  • CBD softgels
  • CBD gummies

Is CBD legal in the US?

CBD legality in the US depends on whether the compound is extracted from cannabis or hemp. CBD derived from cannabis is legal in some states, but is not legal on a federal level. However, both full-spectrum and broad-spectrum hemp derived CBD is federally legal, meaning that it’s legal to produce, distribute, and take in all 50 US states.

Is Delta 9 THC legal in the US?

Delta 9 THC derived from marijuana is not legal on a federal level in the US, though it is legal in some states. However, products containing Delta 9 THC derived from hemp are legal under the 2018 Farm Bill, so long as they contain less than 0.3% of THC by dry weight. All nama CBD products are compliant with the Farm Bill, and thus federally legal in the US.

Will Delta 9 THC get me high?

Delta 9 THC will get you high at a sufficient dosage. The exact dosage needed to get you high will depend on your previous experience with this compound. If you’d like to experience the benefits of Delta 9 THC without getting high, microdosing THC is the best way to do so.

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