Food & Nutrition

6 of the best CBD capsules you can buy in the UK

We're big fans of CBD products and use them daily, but the one downside to almost all of the ingestible CBD products we take is the taste. We understand that things which are good for you aren't supposed to taste great, but sometimes we really struggle to get excited to take a CBD oil when we know we're going to get a strong taste from it. That's why CBD capsules are so great - you get all the benefits of CBD, without the strong taste. We've tried lots of different CBD capsules, and we thought it would be useful to round up the best that we've tried. Let's get into the list:

CBDiablo Pythion Capsules (30mg each)

We've featured CBDiablo a number of times across our website because generally, we've been pretty pleased with what we've tried from this brand. The Pythion capsules from CBDiablo contain 30mg of CBD each, and you get 30 capsules per tub. They're broad spectrum so they contain additional healthy plant compounds alongside the CBD, and they also contain MCT oil which is full of healthy fats. We're big fans of these capsules and think 30mg is a great dosage. Learn more and buy them here - cbdiablo.co.uk

Pythion capsules

FourFive 10mg CBD capsules

FourFive is a brand that has been around for a long time, but only recently have they really landed on our rader. We recently raved about the excellent CBD balm from this brand, and we're equally impressed by the CBD capsules from FourFive. Each capsule contains 10mg of CBD, which is quite a low dosage that allows you to take a few per day (perhaps morning and night). They're vegan and lab-tested for purity, And a tub containing 600mg CBD total costs less than £40. Learn more and buy them here - fourfive.com

FourFive CBD capsules

Pureis Ultra Pure CBD (10mg per cap)

We bought the Pureis CBD capsules to try because we'd read about how pure they were and we were intrigued - unlike most of the other capsules in this list, the CBD used by Pureis is made in a lab and is not derived from a plant. There are positives and negatives to this from a user perspective, but for anyone looking to consume just CBD without any additional plant compounds, these capsules from Pureis are a great option. The capsules are odourless and vegan, plus they're nice and small. Learn more and buy them here - pureiscbd.com

Pureis CBD capsules

Healthspan 192mg CBD

Healthspan is a brand that has sold a range of health products for years, with everything from vitamins to caffeine chewing gum. So we weren't surprised to see the brand launching a range of CBD products, including CBD capsules. We tried the capsules and what we really liked about them was the low dosage - 6.4mg of CBD per capsule means you can get really specific with how much CBD you're consuming. They're batch-tested and as an added bonus, Healthspan has added Vitamin D3 to the capsules too. Learn more and buy them here - healthspan.co.uk

Healthspan capsules

SOOL broad spectrum CBD capsules

SOOL is a brand that has been launched by the popular Reakiro company, which stocks products in health shops like Holland & Barrett. The SOOL brand specialises in broad spectrum CBD products which include additional plant compounds alongside CBD. They're soft gel capsules, so nice and easy to swallow. Each of the capsules contains 15mg of CBD, which is a nice dosage as you could easily split 2 capsules between morning and evening. Learn more and buy them here - amazon.co.uk

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Cannaray Bright Days capsules

Cannaray is another brand that we've featured previously on our site before, as we were impressed by the range of CBD gummies from this brand. The Bright Days capsules from Cannaray are also great - each capsule contains 10mg of CBD, but you also get the added benefit of Vitamin D3 in each capsule, hence the name of the product. Each jar contains 60 capsules, so you could probably describe this as a month's supply of CBD capsules. Learn more and buy them here - hollandandbarrett.com

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Hopefully, the above list helps you to find CBD capsules which suit your need! Let us know if you've tried any of these or if you'd like us to look at any others.

Finn is the editor of You Well and has been writing about travel, health, and more for over 10 years.

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