CBD Gummies - Cherry - 30 count (25 mg/gummy)
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30 gummies • 25 mg CBD per gummy • 750 mg CBD per jar
Bright, tart, and sweet • Made with lab-tested CBD isolate
Who makes your CBD gummies? Many CBD gummy brands white-label their gummies, so it's hard to know exactly where they come from. What's more, manufacturing practices vary, and many gummies are sprayed with a coating of CBD–so you can't trust dosing consistency. Last but not least, white-labeled gummies carry inflated prices. At Half Day, we cut out the middlemen. Our in-house team of trained candy-makers manufactures our gummies in small batches in a food-safe commercial kitchen.
• Made with lab-tested CBD isolate
• Easy, delicious, convenient, and discreet way to get your CBD!
• Made with CBD free from pesticides, herbicides, solvents or chemical fertilizers
• Federally legal with less than .3% THC (non-psychoactive)
• Batch records for all gummies, including detailed info on CBD sourcing and third-party, tested for safety and potency
• Unbeatable value, thanks to in-house manufacturing
Isolated CBD extract, sugar, corn syrup, gelatin, pectin, citric acid, natural and artificial flavors, potassium sorbate
Take one gummy every 12 hours, or as needed. One gummy contains 25mg of CBD. Consult your physician prior to use if you are pregnant, nursing or using other medications.
We’re committed to the idea that CBD heals—and obsessed with delivering the best of it to our customers at unbeatable value. Our business is built on working directly with American farmers and processors—and manufacturing our products in house. From our craft gummies—made by our own team of experienced candy makers—to our oils and topicals, we’re intent on cutting out middlemen.
Our commitment to potency and purity
Thanks to our ability to control the supply chain, and comprehensive third-party testing, you can trust that our products are safe, potent, and of the highest quality. And unlike many of our competitors, we make our testing results available for all products. Simply check the batch record number on your product label and view the corresponding information here.