Pure CBD is another product that has been promoted via “free trial” scheme (Note: It is important to realize that this product is different from CBD Pure, a highly-rated product that is not marketed by any misleading free trial promotion). Many customers who have ordered Pure CBD for a small “trial” fee report that they have had their credit cards later billed without permission for $87, under what the company calls a negative option membership. Lab test results do confirm the product does contain the full 100 mg of CBD as advertised. While the products ingredients and potency do match up with label claims, the misleading free trial promotion methods, and its use of a name very similar to the CBD Pure line, make it a product to be cautious about. It also uses isolate, rather than full spectrum hemp oil to reach its potency levels.
Pure CBD is marketed by Natural Way, a company with limited contact information, based in Colorado. No additional details were found, and the Colorado Better Business Bureau has no file on the company
Simple Comfort has been promoted heavily by a misleading “free trial” scheme. Customers who have ordered for a small S&H fee report that they have had their credit cards later billed without permission for $87, under terms that were never disclosed. Some report being charged for a 2nd product (CBD Sleep) they never ordered as well. Lab test results further confirm a serious issue; There is no detectable CBD at all, despite the company claims that it contains over 50 mg of CBD. Online searches reveal numerous BBB complaints (and a “D” rating), and angry customers alleging they have been defrauded by Simple Comfort CBD. This product should be avoided, and customers who have been fraudulently billed are encouraged to contact their credit card company.
Simple Comfort CBD is marketed by Simple Comfort, a company with limited contact information, based in California.
CBDPure continues their extremely popular and well-received line of CBD oils with their CBDPure 600, the highest concentration available. Not only is 600 milligrams one of the highest advertised CBD content levels we’ve seen from a retail product, but lab tests confirm an even higher concentration of cannabidiol, over 15% better than the listed amount. CBDPure 600 provides excellent value, with convenient ordering options and readily available customer service. The taste is terpene-heavy in the higher concentration, with a natural full-spectrum hemp oil base. Product is well-packaged and available for rush delivery in most of the United States, excluding 4 states with stringent or unclear CBD laws.
CBDPure 600 is manufactured by Nutra Pure Limited, a Washington-based producer of several full-spectrum hemp oil supplements.