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Select CBD Boost Gel Capsules

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Every one of Select CBD’s Boost Gel Capsules provide a hefty dose of CBD combined with natural stimulating agents, all in a convenient pill form for when you need relief all day.

Containing Yerba Mate and Moringa alongside cannabidiol, Boost Gel Caps help you take on the day, whatever comes. Yerba Mate has been said to have the strength of coffee while also the health benefits of tea, and Moringa works its magic in an effect similar to that of CBD.

Containing 33.33mg of CBD per gel cap, these little gels are easy to take and come 30 to a bottle. For those that already swear by CBD capsules, Dr.Ganja offers both a bottle of 30, or a 2 pack.

If you are new to Select CBD, welcome to the party! Select CBD was chosen by Oregon Business Magazine as one of the 100 best companies to work for in Oregon in 2018, and the company is fully committed to purity and sustainability.

• No THC!

• 33.33mg of CBD per capsule

• Boost gels contain Yerba Mate and Moringa to help stimulate your body and mind for the long grind

• Easy to use capsule; can be used discreetly to supplement your CBD needs

• Comes in a sample pack of 2 capsules or a bottle of 30 capsules

Looking for more CBD health options? Check out our CBD Health page for tons of items at the Dr.Ganja price!

Product Size
Available in 2 count and 30 count.
Each capsule contains 33.33mg of CBD.
2 count contains 66.66mg of CBD.
30 count contains 1000mg CBD.

Suggested Use
Take 1 capsule by mouth as needed. May take up to 2 hours for full effects.

Ingredients
CBD, yerba mate, moringa, fractionated coconut oil, gelatin, caramel color, glycerin, yellow beeswax, purified water.

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    A Using CBD in capsule form is a good way to know exactly how much CBD your taking at a time since the capsules are made with the dosage specified. Capsules won't have as a high of a bio-availability as taking an oil sublingual or vaping CBD. If your dealing with joint pain a topical balm applied to the targeted area would be one option or taking an oil sublingual would be another option for overall pain relief. For product recommendations you can email DrGanja directly or check out the CBD Reviews page for both positive and negative reviews of products.

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