Readily available in 3 flavors — Lemon Cucumber, Dragon Fruit, and Peach Tea — the Canabix formulation contains a blend of water (or brewed tea in the peach flavor), erythritol, sugar, probiotics, nano-emulsified hemp oil and organic flavors.
Packaged in 16 oz. clear glass bottles, Canabix consists of 30 milligrams of CBD and probiotics, having said that it does not list the quantity of CFUs (colony-forming units).
The Peach Tea flavor consists of one hundred calories, 31 grams of carbs and 24 grams of sugar. Meanwhile, the other two varieties include 40 calories, 27 grams of carbs and ten grams of sugar.
Every bottles sells for $six by means of the company’s on-line shop.
From our viewpoint, Canabix feels like a solution that desires some function. We appreciated the greater dosage of CBD having said that, elevated carbohydrate counts have been undesirable. We’d also like to see Canabix reduce back on the calories — specifically in the Peach Tea SKU — and create a a lot more constant formulation across the line.
In terms of branding, messaging on the front of the package focuses on the 30mg of CBD in every bottle. On the other hand, it is the inclusion of probiotics that distinguish Canabix from other CBD-infused beverages on the marketplace, and that contact out was lost on a busy label that would advantage drastically from a design and style update.
We’re also not sold on the “wellness water” positioning, which is somewhat confusing, particularly considering that a single SKU is a tea.
Regardless of its flaws, there are some positives to construct on. The Peach Tea flavor was the ideal-tasting of the 3 SKUs and felt like it could eventually be the path Canabix heads in the future.
In our view, a shift away from “wellness water” would advantage the brand and assistance it stand out from some of the other CBD waters on the marketplace.