Dr Watson's 300mg CBD Vape Liquids are a luxurious concoction of wild berries and raw hemp terpenes for those that like an additional earthy touch to their vape liquids.
This product is a fantastic way to start to experience the benefits of CBD and also help in finding the perfect balance for your body.
HemproveUK look to offer only the highest quality, premium CBD products to both our customers & market alike and Dr Watson’s 300mg CBD vape liquid is definitely what we would consider a premium product!
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300mg CBD Vape Liquid
- Flavours and natural terpenes
- GMP certified US-grown CBD
- Nicotine free
- Manufactured in pharmaceutical grade facilities
A premium vanilla liquid made for anyone with a sweet tooth.
This liquid is the one for those of you who like the idea of sweet strawberry with subtle herbal undertones.
A sweet combination of berries and cannabis terpenes for those that like an earthy touch.
Watermelons are 92% water making them perfect for a refreshing burst of flavour in your vape liquid.
A blast of cool menthol ideal for anyone looking to add a spark of freshness to their day.
This flavour is iconic and known across the entire cannabis community for it’s tones and flavour.
Propylene Glycol, Vegetable Glycerin, GMP-certified CBD (Cannabidiol), Mixed Fruit, Sweetener, Blended Terpenes & Citral
BACKED BY SCIENCE | MADE WITH NATURE
Dr Watson aims to improve the quality of lives through the power of natural alternative health & wellness products.
ABOUT THE SCIENTIST
Dr Richard Watson is a New Zealand-born American biotechnology scientist and agricultural researcher who has spent the last 20 years researching, developing, and operating sustainable agricultural methods in the Georgia Coastal Plain, USA, where he owns over 4000 acres of irrigated farmland and oversees the cultivation of several crops, including Cannabis Sativa L. / Industrial Hemp.Richard works closely with the USA state and federal regulators, and has directed research programs at leading US universities, including the University of Georgia.