Monthly Archive for: 'July, 2018'
Lifetech Botanics Review

California-based Lifetech Botanics offers a range of full-spectrum CBD oils—and spans the full spectrum when it comes to their offerings: The company talks a big game on new scientific discoveries and the latest in the biotech field, but strives to produce “old fashioned-style” cannabidiol products to let customers have the same type of experience as their ancestors.

CBD Drip Review

CBD Drip is the wholesale subsidiary of parent company, ECOSCIENCES. They specialize in providing quality CBD oil for businesses and those looking to make their own homemade formulations with products like 85% distillate hemp extract and 99% pure CBD isolate in bulk. CBD Drip is on the up and up in many respects, but we’ve got a couple bones to pick when it comes to testing for contaminants and an overwhelming use of PG (Propylene Glycol) in their CBD product line.

Cannabidiol Life Review

Cannabidiol Life has an expansive product line with ingredients we wholeheartedly approve of, excepting the gummies and CBD vape oil. We recommend they get up-to-date, comprehensive testing results posted for each SKU ASAP. And with their powerhouse site that gets so much traffic, we’d really like to see them get involved on the charity front.

CBD BioCare Review

CBD BioCare goes to great lengths to provide incredible quality products – from the innovative, permaculture-esque mission of CBD BioCare’s hemp supplier, to their cruelty-free and GMP guarantee. Their MLM program aside, CBD BioCare appears to be a provider of some of the highest quality CBD products available online.

CBD Living Review

Global scientists. Business minds. Thought leaders. These are the individuals behind CBD Living, a worldwide cannabidiol brand whose original product, CBD Living Water, is still one of the most popular CBD waters on the market today. This California company shows no signs of slowing down, with an expanding product line, sleek branding, and mostly natural and clean ingredients. We see a bright future for CBD Living, and with just a few tweaks, they could become a top contender in our eyes.

Happy Buddha Review

Happy Buddha cultivates their hemp in North Fork Valley, Colorado, the region with the highest concentration of organic farms in the state. While it is unfortunate that there is no discussion of laboratory testing (which means no Certificates of Analysis), their extraction method could perhaps be one of the most forward-thinking process in the industry. It is easy to feel the love and passion that the founders of put into their products, and as such we feel comfortable recommending them as a promising cannabinoid vendor.

Wildflower Review

#plantsheal. Wildflower is all about the healing power of plants… and all about the hashtags. They are an energetic CBD purveyor with backed by brilliant marketing and even a swanky store in Manhattan, complete with a “knowledge bar,” exclusive CBD products, and CBD kombucha. But for all the shrewd branding, we found some inconsistencies. Wildflower’s stated values of transparency and sustainability are at odds with their lack of available safety tests and their unnecessarily large carbon footprint.

Imbue Botanicals Review

Imbue Botanicals achieves COR’s coveted 5/5 rating for their stellar product line and transparency. There are many positives: first, they cultivate their organic hemp in high altitudes in Colorado, allowing for a more diverse terpene profile. All of their products come packaged in fully recyclable materials, and they not only donate to animal rescues, but also have discounts for the disabled, veterans, and those with low incomes. The testimonials section exemplifies authenticity, and we can wholeheartedly recommend Imbue Botanicals to those in need of hemp-based CBD.

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