Charlotte’s Web is a Colorado-based CBD company that produces full-spectrum CBD products.
Their current product range includes topical creams, edible gummies, CBD oil and capsules.
Not all Charlotte’s Web CBD products meet the Australian guidelines for legal sale, and none of their products has been approved for sale in Australia. Unfortunately, they aren’t easily accessible via the Australian ‘green market’ either.
Hopefully, as legislation changes Australians will be granted access to high-quality products like these.
Charlotte’s Web Lab Results
Charlotte’s Web provides full lab results for each batch of CBD oil they produce, which you can check using the batch number provided on each product’s packaging.
The company also has examples of recent lab results available to download from the site. You can use these to get a better idea of the typical contents of the product you are about to buy. 
Most Charlotte’s Web products are made using a full-spectrum CBD extract. That means all of the cannabinoids and terpenes from the hemp plant make it into the final product. Because of this, some inconsistency is to be expected from full-spectrum CBD oil, as each crop of plants is not identical.
In other words, the small differences in dosage from batch to batch are difficult to prevent and do not indicate anything about the company’s product quality control.
Charlotte’s Web CBD Oil Pricing
Charlotte’s Web CBD oils are not sold in Australia yet, at least not legally. Elsewhere in the world, their products are around the average price for other CBD oils with comparable potency and quality.
Charlotte’s Web CBD Oil Reviews
Charlotte’s Web offers a range of CBD oils with different flavours and potencies, which range from 17 mg of CBD per ml to 60 mg of CBD per ml. Each CBD oil is available in 30 ml and 100 ml bottles.
Their CBD oils use MCT (fractionated coconut oil) as a carrier oil, although some products have the option of an olive oil variant instead.
If you’re interested in learning more about CW topical CBD products, you can read the CBD cream reviews here.
Charlotte’s Web Original Formula CBD Oil Review
Charlotte’s Web’s original CBD oil formula contains around 50 mg of CBD per ml.
Unlike its other CBD oils, the company uses an alcohol extraction method to get CBD from the hemp plant instead of the more common CO2 extraction process.
Alcohol is a time-consuming small batch method of extraction, but it preserves more of the full range of cannabinoids, terpenes, amino acids, and flavonoids from the plant.
This also results in a stronger earthy flavour, and whether you opt for the Mint Chocolate flavour or natural olive oil, you are certainly going to notice the distinctive bitter aftertaste of hemp.
Original Formula’s high potency and high-quality extraction method make it a great option if you’re seeking the enhanced benefits of the entourage effect.
If you are just starting to use CBD oil, its potency and strong flavour may not give you the best first experience of CBD.
Charlotte’s Web Everyday Plus CBD Oil Review
Charlotte’s Web’s lowest potency CBD oil contains 17 mg of CBD per ml. This is a fairly low dosage which is great for beginners. It contains a full spectrum hemp extract using CO2, which includes a wide variety of cannabinoids and other compounds found in the hemp plant.
Charlotte’s Web Everyday Plus CBD oil is available in four flavours:
- Mint Chocolate
- Lemon Twist
- Orange Blossom
- Olive Oil
Charlotte’s Web Maximum Strength CBD Oil Review
As the name implies, Maximum Strength is the highest potency CBD oil that Charlotte’s Web makes. With 60 mg of CBD per ml, this option is intended for people who are already familiar with taking CBD and want to increase their dose.
Charlotte’s Web Maximum Strength CBD oil is sold in three flavours:
- Mint Chocolate
- Lemon Twist
- Orange Blossom
Charlotte’s Web THC Free CBD Oil Review
THC Free is a broad spectrum CBD extract that contains less than 0.01% THC. With 25 mg of CBD per ml, THC Free is intended as a good entry level dosage for people trying out CBD for the first time or those who want to stick with a low or medium dose.
It is also preferable for people who want to avoid the hassle of falsely testing positive for cannabis on a driving or employment drug test. Its very low THC content should not be detected by most drug testing methods, unlike the other CBD oils sold by Charlotte’s Web.
Although THC Free only has trace amounts of THC, it is still a broad spectrum extract that contains more than 2% of cannabinoids other than CBD.
As a result, it could still only be sold to medical prescription holders if it made its way to Australia.
Charlotte’s Web THC Free CBD oil is only sold in their Mint Chocolate flavour with an MCT carrier oil.
Charlotte’s Web CBD Oil Customer Reviews
Reviews from Charlotte’s Web customers are generally positive. Buyers speak highly of their CBD oils’ relaxing and sleep-aiding effects.
Most of the negative comments focus on the flavour. While customers praise the use of only natural flavourings and sweeteners, they also note that none of the flavours on offer do a great job of masking the strong earthy hemp taste.
As we’ve mentioned, it’s important to remember that CBD is still illegal without a prescription in Australia and importing from the US and other countries can come with risks.