When it's time to unwind your achy joints, Joy Organics CBD Softgels with Curcumin has got you covered. Each CBD capsule is THC-free and integrates water-soluble nonemulsion technology with curcumin, a compound found in turmeric. For centuries, curcumin has been used for a variety of medicinal purposes, and now, combined with Joy Organics CBD, these specially formulated CBD softgels are designed to promote joint health whether you're on the move or just kicking back after a long day.
Joy Organics softgels with Curcumin are available in a 30ct bottle and contain 25mg of CBD per softgel.
1 x 30ct CBD capsules
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You must be at least 18 years old to purchase from this website. Some states have alternative minimum age requirements that customers must meet in order to purchase CBD vape products.
We do not ship outside of the United States.
Due to state law, we cannot ship to Mississippi, Nebraska, or South Dakota.
Only CBD products with 0% THC can be shipped to Idaho.
Some states do not allow certain CBD products to be delivered. Click here to see the full list of state-based CBD regulations.
Adult Signature Required Delivery
Please note that in accordance with PACT Act legislation, all orders that include CBD vape products must be sent adult signature required. You will need to sign for your package when it is delivered.
*Free standard shipping is unavailable for orders that require a signature upon delivery. Priority shipping rates for adult signature required (ASR) orders are different than Priority orders that do not include CBD vape products.
The packaging we use depends on your selected shipping option and order size. Generally, you will receive a generic First-Class bubble envelope, Priority flat-rate envelope, or Priority flat-rate padded envelope. Our packaging does not mention CBD or anything about the package's contents. The shipping label does include "Serenity Store" above our return address.
Refunds and Returns
We accept unopened products in the same condition as when they were sold within 14 days of delivery. Click here for instructions on how to return a product.
If a CBD product is hemp-derived and contains less than 0.3% THC, then it is considered legal on a federal level. All products sold on Serenity Store meet these criteria.
However, some states have implemented restrictions on the sale of all or certain CBD products. Click here to see the full list of state-based restrictions on CBD.
There are two different varieties of the Cannabis sativa plant. The first contains a high level of THC and is classified as marijuana. The other type of Cannabis sativa is classified as hemp because it contains less than 0.3% of THC. All CBD products sold on Serenity Store are derived from the hemp variety of Cannabis sativa.
No, CBD will not get you high. Both THC and CBD are cannabinoids found in the hemp plant, but because CBD doesn't have the same psychoactive effects as THC, you don't have to worry about it making you high. All products sold on Serenity Store contain 0.3% or less of THC, which is the legal limit.
Up to 60% of the human body is water. In its natural state, CBD is hydrophobic (i.e., it does not mix well with water). Like any other hydrophobic compound, CBD must be broken down by the digestive system before the body can absorb it.
Water-soluble CBD is created using a process called nanotechnology, which utilizes sound waves to break CBD into particles that are small enough to dissolve more easily in water. Because water-soluble CBD bypasses your stomach and liver, its bioavailability is higher. In other words, you'll absorb CBD more quickly and more readily when it is water-soluble.
The mg level (e.g., 250mg) that you see in all Serenity Store product titles indicates the entire milligram level of CBD per item.
For example, if you are purchasing a bottle of softgels, then you will see a mg level that denotes the total amount of CBD in the bottle. (However, we will usually indicate the mg level per softgel in the product description.)
Similarly, the mg level that you see for tinctures, vape juices, topicals, and so on signifies the entire amount of CBD in the product.
We recommend starting at the lower end of the mg scale (e.g., if the options are 100mg, 200mg, 300mg, then we would recommend the lowest strength). Then, depending on your individual needs, you may want to increase the strength as your tolerance builds.
CBD mg per ml can be worked out by dividing the total amount of CBD by the volume (e.g., 600mg / 30ml = 20mg per ml).
Our lab reports can be found on every product page under "Certificate of Analysis"
Your reason for using CBD softgels will largely influence when you take them. Some people take CBD softgels first thing in the morning, whereas other people take them after a workout or right before they go to bed. What's more important is that you take them on a consistent schedule in order to get the best results.
Even if the product claims to be broad-spectrum CBD, CBD isolate, or THC-free, depending on the manufacturer's guidelines, it may not be 100% THC-free.
All products on this site contain 0.3% THC or less. Each product has a Certificate of Analysis (CoA) that documents the specific cannabinoids of the CBD, and you can use the CoA to verify the product's cannabinoid profile.
If you are unsure of how to read a CoA, check out our how-to here.
All products found on this website are third-party tested to ensure quality and safety.
You can find each Certificate of Analysis below.
Visit our CBD 101 Knowledge Base page for general CBD guides, FAQs, and news.
Terpenes are organic compounds that give plants their unique scents. For example, limonene is a terpene found in citrus fruits.
Like any other plant, hemp contains terpenes, but the terpene profile will vary depending on the strain. You'll find terpenes in full-spectrum and broad-spectrum CBD products because they contain a range of cannabinoids. These may be labeled as terpenoids, which are just chemically altered terpenes.
Pure CBD isolate does not usually have terpenes because everything other than CBD has been extracted. However, some companies will infuse CBD isolate with certain terpenes.