When I discovered UltraCell CBD Oil and the Zilis Company I was very interested in it for the business opportunity. I will go into depth and review Zilis Ultra Cell CBD as an MLM (multi-level marketing) program in a future article, but in this article I would like to review UltraCell CBD Oil as a product and discuss some Ultracell Hemp Oil benefits and drawbacks.
The Flavors: UltraCell Lemon and UltraCell Berry
I think Ultra Cell Berry and Lemon both taste pretty great when compared to other CBD oil drops. That being said, other CBD oils and tinctures taste very sharp and earthy (pssst! They taste terrible!) so the standard is set pretty low. Ultracell is sweetened with Stevia, which is a zero-calorie sweetener made from plant leaf extract that takes away most of the bitterness. While Ultra Cell Hemp may not be pleasant tasting, it is certainly miles ahead of other hemp oil brands.
UltraCell flavors their CBD hemp extract with all natural extracts either from berries or lemons. I have heard other UltraCell users and brand ambassadors debating which flavor they like better and there seems to be a slight preference for the Ultra Cell Berry CBD Oil. There are a fair number of people who like the Lemon Ultra Cell CBD Oil, and I happen to be one of them.
Ultra Cell CBD Oil Effects: Anti-anxiety and Anti-inflammatory
When you put one milliliter (one full dropper) of UltraCell CBD Oil under your tongue, the first thing you will notice is the sweetness of the lemon or berry flavor. Hold the Ultra Cell under your tongue for about 45 seconds then swallow You will notice sense of calm within minutes, sometimes even seconds. The anti-anxiety properties of CBD oil from hemp extract work very quickly and are efficiently absorbed into the system through the mucus membranes under the tongue. I know a lady who keeps a 7ml bottle of Ultra Cell Lemon in her purse for when she gets stressed out at the office or in traffic.
Personally I use Ultra Cell CBD Oil for back pain. Like many forms of pain throughout the body, inflammation is at the root of it. Inflammation can cause pain in joints and, as in my case, inflammation can cause pressure on a nerve producing a lot of pain. CBD Oil’s natural anti-inflammatory properties reduce my pain and speeding up my healing time.
Ultra Cell is a Full Spectrum CBD Oil
As a Full Spectrum Hemp Oil Ultra Cell CBD has an advantage over CBD isolates and other broad spectrum CBD oils. Full Spectrum Hemp Oil contains CBD plus many other cannabinoids which increase its effectiveness. This is known as the “Entourage Effect”, where all the cannabinoids from a full spectrum extract work in synergy, increasing the overall effectiveness of the hemp oil.
Full Spectrum hemp oil may contain trace amounts of THC. Legally the THC content of CBD Oil must be under 0.3%. If the THC content is high enough, it is possible (but highly unlikely) to trigger a false positive on a drug screening. Ultra Cell CBD Oil contains less than 0.0% THC, trace amounts which are well under the legal limit. Also, such a small trace amount of THC should never trigger a drug test.
Ultra Cell CBD is Water Soluble
Water soluble CBD and hemp extract has an advantage over oil-based CBD tinctures. For oral use, water soluble CBD hemp extract absorbs much quicker and fuller into the mucus membranes in the mouth than oil-based CBD oils. Another CBD buzz word they throw around is “Bioavailability”. That just means what percentage of the CBD oil will be absorbed into your body. Ultra Cell CBD Hemp Oil claims to have a 94% bioavailability rate with their proprietary technology. Some CBD experts doubt the validity of that number, but there can be no doubt that Ultra Cell’s bioavailability is very high.
The advantage of having such a high bioavailability in a water soluble formula is that much more of the CBD and other cannabinoids are absorbed into the system per dose. Oil based CBD formulas have a much lower absorption rate than water soluble CBD hemp oil like Zilis Ultra Cell. While Ultra Cell may have a lower CBD content per bottle than competitors at similar prices, more of those cannabinoids are available to the body.
Is Ultra Cell CBD Oil Expensive?
Comparing Ultra Cell CBD Oil to other CBD oils on the market, it seems more expensive. 30 mL of Ultra Cell contains 500mg of CBD, and other 500mg bottles of CBD are less expensive. However, the sticker price may be deceiving. Ultra Cell, being a water soluble CBD extract, delivers more CBD per mL than other brands. So in fact, Ultra Cell CBD is stronger than other CBD oils with the same concentration.
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As a visible and outspoken member of Florida’s CBD and Hemp Oil distribution community, I often get asked about what hemp oil brands and cannabidiol companies I think are best. My opinion may not be the most valid, as I know some owners of CBD and Hemp Oil distributors personally, as well as some cannabidiol manufacturers. This makes my opinion on CBD companies biased, but nevertheless I’m still willing to share it.
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Ultra Cell CBD Oil Review, Part 1
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I want to start off this series of reviews by diving deep into a UltraCell CBD Hemp Oil by Zilis review. I will break the ZIlis UltraCell review into 3 parts. First I will review UltraCell Full Spectrum CBD as a product. How does it compare to other CBD Hemp Oils on the market?
Secondly, I will review certain aspects of the Multi Level Marketing program behind this company. Yes, Zilis UltraCell is an MLM (formerly know as a “pyramid scheme”) but that does not make their product legitimate. I will get into the details of how their compensations plan works, as well as the drawbacks I see with their particular business model.
Finally, I will examine the makers of Ultra Cell Zilis Hemp Oil as a company and corporate entity. Stephen Thompson, the founder of Zilis, likes to refer to it as “The Pay it Forward Company”. How does Zilis and UltraCell “pay it forward”? Are they really a charitable entity, and if so what kind of work do they do?
Zilis is releasing new products under the UltraCell brand regularly, so I will try to update my reviews as I gain experience with the Zilis’s new UltraCell variations. For instance, at the time of this writing Zilis is rolling out a Full Spectrum CBD Topical Cream. I can’t wait to review that cannabidiol product, but for now I’ll stick to the flagship UltraCell CBD Hemp Oil Sublingual Drops.
What makes me qualified to review Zilis Ultra Cell CBD Hemp Oil? First of all, Zilis is the first company I began distributing and it was my entry into the Cannabidiol and Hemp Oil industry. UltraCell is also the CBD brand I use personally to reduce the inflammation in my lower back. I have used and distributed many CBD products over the past few years, but UltraCell by Zilis seems to be the one that has garnered the most attention.