CBD Infusions Review: 60-Second Summary
CBD Infusions offer some familiar cannabinoid-infused products, but little in the way of information about the safety and efficacy of their products, and their difficult-to-navigate website with sparse product or company information does little to put our minds at ease. We advise steering clear with so many other brands and products available that are more consumer-friendly.
CBD Infusions Brand Review
CBD-Infusions.com offers cannabinoid products ranging in price from $10 to $40, although we’re not sure this will matter to anyone considering some of the more transparent companies out there.
We were excited to read that CBD Infusions does ‘rigorous’ testing on their creations, even sending them out for third party analysis. However, the CoA on their site is only for one batch of source material and is from early 2016. This kind of data does nothing to demonstrate the safety of anything they have for sale in the present, unless they are still selling old products. The lack of authentic product photography (with the exception of their vape additive) is also concerning.
CBD Infusions also has an entire section of their store dedicated to ‘non-CBD’ items, including coconut and hemp cooking oils, and offers lengthy explanations about the virtues of the different products they retail. Sadly, they don’t provide detailed product information or meaningful information about who they are on their website. We encourage CBD Infusions to rethink their marketing and commit to transparency. Until then, we can only offer one badge in good faith.
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