Lazarus Naturals 50mg Full Spectrum CBD Softgels Review

Lazarus Naturals 50mg Full Spectrum CBD Softgels Review

Many cannabis users like to dose with full spectrum CBD because it contains all of hemp’s terpenes and cannabinoids, including trace amounts of THC. The upside to this is the benefit of the entourage effect, which enhances the therapeutic potential of cannabidiol.

The downside is that even though the amount of THC is less than 0.3%, there’s a tiny chance that dosing may result in a positive drug test. So, choosing full spectrum CBD products is an individual choice. Users of these hemp-based softgels, however, will get a potent bounty of cannabinoids and terpenes. 

Who is Lazarus Naturals?

Lazarus Naturals has its own organic hemp farm in Central Oregon. That’s where they grow their source hemp. They insist on using efficient and sustainable practices. The company also has membership in the U.S. Hemp Farmers Alliance, showing its commitment to the best standards and practices for farming cannabis.

Everything produced by Lazarus Naturals is third party tested. Results get published online so that consumers can be confident in their products. Overall, the company has a rock solid reputation for offering a variety of high quality products at insanely affordable prices.

They sell skin creams, oil tinctures, isolates, pet treats, capsules, and massage oils. And, of course, softgels. 

Lazarus Naturals 50mg Full Spectrum CBD Softgels: Product Specifications

  • Product size: 10 softgels; the company also makes 40 and 200 count bottles
  • Potency: 50mg of full spectrum CBD each for 500mg total
  • Contains 75mg Full Spectrum Hemp Extract
  • Effects: Relaxation and relief of physical discomfort 
  • Ingredients: Organic flaxseed oil, organic coconut MCT oil, full spectrum hemp extract, d-Limonene, myrcene, caryophyllene beta natural, vegetable softgel (starch, carrageenan, purified water, glycerin), CBD isolate, tocobiol SF
  • Non-GMO, vegan, gluten-free, and free of artificial flavors
  • 3rd party labs test every batch. They ensure there are no pesticides, microbial contaminants, mycotoxins, or heavy metals.
  • Made with USA grown hemp
  • Cautions: Users may experience sleepiness. Don’t drive or operate machinery after dosing. Before dosing, consult a doctor or medical provider.

Appearance, labeling & first impressions

These softgels come in a clear plastic bottle with a screw-on cap. It’s small, resealable, and very portable.

You can easily see the golden gels inside. And you can see how many there are. There’s no question what the user is getting because it’s very visible.

There’s one pink label that wraps around the bottle. On that is a bunch of information about the product.

Starting on the leftmost side of the sticker is the brand name and logo near the top. Just below that it declares that the contents are ‘full spectrum CBD softgels’. Then beside it notes that there is ‘500mg of total CBD’. 

In the line below indicates a quantity of 10 gels. There’s even a little illustration of one. Then there’s a statement that the potency is ’50mg of CBD per softgel’. It also states the product is ‘pesticide-free, vegan and non-GMO’.

The middle of the sticker has supplement facts. It notes that a serving size is one gel and that there are 10 in this particular container. Then it affirms that there is 75mg of hemp extract per dose and 50mg of that is CBD. 

Next is the list of ingredients. Organic flaxseed oil and organic coconut MCT oil are the first two ingredients. These help the fat-soluble nature of cannabis digest and assimilate into the body. And then there’s the full spectrum hemp extract. There’s also d-Limonene and Myrcene. Those are terpenes that enhance the effects. The caryophyllene beta natural is an essential oil component.

Then there are the ingredients of the gel in the softgel itself. Those are starch, carrageenan, purified water and glycerin. Pretty simple stuff. Towards the end it notes CBD isolate. Lastly there is , tocobiol SF. That’s an antioxidant made from sunflower oil.

After the ingredients is an allergy warning that the product contains tree nuts. In this case the nut is coconut.

The info on the right side of the pink sticker starts out with suggested use directions. It notes that CBD effects can vary from person to person. It recommends a first dose of one softgel to gauge how it affects the user. Then it says to wait two hours before attempting another gel.

Below are some warnings. The initial one is the advice to consult a doctor before use. Then it says to discontinue use if there are any adverse reactions. The last precaution is against using the product if there’s a broken paper tamper seal.

Underneath the warnings is a direction to store the bottle in a dark, cool location. That keeps the gels from melting and retains freshness.

There’s a QR-Code at the bottom. Scanning that with a smartphone launches the company website. There, consumers can find the 3rd party testing data.

That’s a lot of valuable info about this merchandise.

Smell & Taste 

These softgels have no real taste. Basically, you just pop one in your mouth and swallow with a sip of water.

Neither do they have much of a hemp smell?

These are more about their benefit than any aroma or flavor appeal.

Testing process & experience

Digesting these softgels takes between half an hour to an hour. Then users can begin to feel relief. Vaping or using sublingual drops are faster dosing methods. Yet oral consumption tends to have longer-lasting effects. 

I took one gel and waited. Within an hour the pain from my arthritic back started to ease. I also experienced a sense of relaxation and calm.  

Many people can get really effective pain relief from hemp capsules or softgels. 

The nice thing about gels is that you don’t get an aftertaste if you burp. Sometimes with capsules, that can be an issue. If you’ve eaten recently, sometimes there’s a nasty taste that gets belched back up. There’s nothing like that with this product.  

From my experience, the benefits of my initial dose lasted a couple of hours. Once the effects wear off, you can always take another if you feel you need further relief. 

There’s no guidance about how much to dose on a daily basis. But, in my opinion, 2 to 3 softgels in a 24 hour period seems like a reasonable amount. Those who are unsure of how much to use should definitely consult their health care practitioner.

Final Verdict

Dosing CBD with softgels isn’t the fastest method of use, but it is effective. The trade off is long lasting relief. For those with pain or anxiety, dosing with CBD from hemp can dial down discomfort or unease. There’s no nasty taste or odor. In fact, there are none of those things at all. These are easy to use as supplements. And there’s plenty of information on the package to give the user a solid idea of what they are getting.  

There’s no flash, but good effects are what this product is all about. I felt better after about half an hour. And that ease of pain and stress lasted a good 2 hours or more. Results can vary, but I think any cannabis connoisseur would want to try this product. 
Lazarus Naturals has a reputation for its variety of hemp based CBD merchandise. These softgels are easy to use and provide potent effects. I recommend trying them and experiencing their effects personally.

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David and Leah Kaye Weathers are a married writer and editor team. They also work together as freelance graphic designers. Their adopted hometown is the capitol city of Michigan, Lansing. Hemp has long been an important part of their lifestyle. They love to research and write about different aspects of hemp. In their free time, David and Leah Kaye enjoy spending time exploring and enjoying nature.

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