Here is why we would avoid this product:
People are likely buying this product because they think they are buying a ‘CBD oil’ product.
But… This is NOT a CBD oil product!
How do we know?
Amazon does NOT allow the sale of CBD products.
Read this on the Amazon website https://sellercentral.amazon.com/gp/help/external/200164490?language=en-US&ref=mpbc_200277220_cont_200164490
Amazon specifically states that they PROHIBIT the following:
Drug listings must not be for controlled substances or products containing controlled substances, such as:
a. Products containing cannabidiol (CBD), a Schedule I Controlled Substance, including but not limited to:
i.Rich Hemp Oil containing cannabidiol (CBD)
Additionally, there is no indication on the product label that this product contains and actual CBD (also known as cannabidiol).
The product label states it contains hemp extract and hemp seed oil.
But, there are over 100 possible extracts that could be extracted from hemp, but again… there is no indication that the extract is CBD.
The product label states it contains ‘Full Spectrum hemp drops’.
Full Spectrum is a meaningless term that could mean anything.
Further (and this is the clincher) the ad headline on Amazon reads as follows:
“Hemp Oil for Pain & Anxiety Relief – 500mg Full Spectrum Organic Hemp Drops – Pure Hemp Extract – Natural Hemp Oils for Better Sleep, Mood & Stress – Zero THC CBD Cannabidiol – Mint Flavor”
The label clearly states there is NO CBD, NO CANNABIOL, and NO THC.
So, why would anyone pay $30 for a bottle of hemp seed oil that is only useful for frying of possibly on salads.
And, they misleadingly state this product”
1) Reduces chronic pain
2) Reduce inflammation
3) Improve sleep
4) Reduce anxiety
This is outright cruel to consumers who are in need of relief.
This is ridiculous and insulting.
A better way to put it is that it is total bullshit!
These claims are completely bogus.
When consumers read the Amazon advertisement carefully it will be clear that this product is NOT an authentic CBD product. The product is just a bogus pretender attempting to cash in on the popularity of CBD and to take advantage of unsuspecting consumers.
Here is information provided by Vital Science on the Amazon website:
Here are ‘Comments’ from the Amazon webpage: