3.5 out of 5 stars
CBD comes in many forms, which I think is a good thing. Each person can find the delivery system that works best for them. In my quest to try all things CBD, my curiosity was piqued when I saw CBD Living Water at my local wellness shop.
It wasn't cheap, at around $10 per bottle. However, many online users suggested not chugging the entire bottle in one sitting, like you might do with a regular bottle of water. Each bottle contains about 25 mg of CBD, so some people get multiple servings out of a single bottle of CBD Living Water.
Taking that advice, I got approximately three servings out of my bottle. Each time, I experienced a mild sensation of relaxation. Next time, I probably would drink half the bottle as a serving size, to see if it generated a greater amount of anxiety relief.
As for taste, there is a slight aftertaste, but it is not unpleasant. I may have only noticed the aftertaste because I was looking for it. In addition to CBD, the water is infused with D-Ribose, CoQ10 and Methyl B12. I did not experience any negative side effects.
For those with anxiety in public settings, like a crowded festival, CBD Living Water would be a convenient way to consume CBD without drawing attention. The bottle's tasteful design blends right in with other brands of water.
I would recommend CBD Living Water for those who are on the fence about trying CBD. Drinking water is very natural, so it's a good starting point for caregivers and others to try CBD. Older people tend to have challenges with hydration, so CBD water is an excellent way to consume more fluids.
The FDA has not evaluated the health claims of CBD products. Cannabidiol (CBD) products have NOT been proven to treat, relieve, nor cure any disease or medical condition. Individual results will vary. A doctor's advice should be sought before using this and any drug or supplement product.