Our 20:1 formulation is a High-CBD blend that is specifically produced and lab tested to treat patients with qualifying conditions such as epilepsy, autism, and related symptoms such as seizures, anxiety, depression, and restlessness, under the Texas Compassionate Use Act.
Our High-CBD Spray comes in the same concentration as our tincture but in a spill-proof container with much simpler administration. This formulation has some compelling benefits for patients and their caregivers, including:
Seizures, Anxiety, Depression and Restlessness
A single spray dispenses roughly 10mg (0.1mL) of the suspension, which equates to roughly 10mg CBD per spray.
15 mL: $180
Cannabis mouth spray is only available in our Pure blend.
Store in a cool, dry place. Avoid direct sunlight and extreme heat. We do not recommend refrigerating the medicine.
High-CBD mouth spray is formulated using food-grade 190-proof organic ethanol (24% by weight). The final CBD / THC concentrations are the same as 20:1 tincture (10% CBD/0.5% THC). A single spray dispenses roughly 100mg (0.1mL) of the suspension that equates to roughly 10mg CBD per spray.
Physicians will include specific dosing instructions. Consult with your physician if you have any additional dosing questions.
Like our tincture, the High-CBD mouth spray uses CO2-extracted cannabis oil, USP-grade MCT oil or safflower oil, and natural flavoring oils and extracts. This product has been formulated using food-grade, 190-proof, organic ethanol (24% by weight) to make its viscosity suitable for spraying.
Tamper-evident, child-resistant spray package with an easy-to-use sublingual delivery mechanism. Labeled with traceability and dosing information. Box is also fully labeled with dosing, manufacturer, nutritional information and the Compassionate Use Registry of Texas (CURT) verification phone number.
Patient slip includes dosing information, plus patient specifics, conversion chart, number of product refills and product overview.
Military families receive a 10% discount on their medicine when they show military ID or other valid proof of service at the time of purchase.
Sprays are an alternative to delivering the medicine when sublingual tinctures present a challenge. Patients seeking a more reliable delivery, with a decreased risk of spillage, have reported this is a much easier method to administer to younger children.