CBD Unlimited: 60-Second Summary
You can find CBD Unlimited on the New York Stock Exchange under its parent company, Endexx Corp (EDXC). The CBD oil purveyor seeks to develop premium products that have optimal bioavailability, are cost effective, and provide a rewarding user experience. While CBD Unlimited certainly possesses credentials in the business world, they would benefit by taking direction from some of the more homegrown vendors. For example, staying current on their CoAs and giving back may make them more endearing to health and wellness consumers.
** Review Updated 4/10/2019
CBD Unlimited Brand Review
Todd Davis, CEO, President, and Co-Founder of Endexx Corp, has an impressive investment banking background but little experience in more rooted facets of the CBD business, like sustainable agriculture or holistic wellness. According to their website, Endexx Corp specializes in “building businesses with recurring revenue streams and high potential for growth in key sectors.” There’s nothing wrong with making money from CBD oil, but CBD Unlimited seems to lack a certain amount of heart we see in so many other companies.
CBD Unlimited sources their full spectrum CBD oil from Colorado Certified hemp, and their isolate is imported from Europe. Both are processed via supercritical CO2 extraction. CBD Unlimited states their full spectrum products are rich in cannabinoids and terpenes, but we have no current third-party data to back this claim.
We found a current CoA for their isolate, but the only contaminants tested for were residual solvents. Especially considering the isolate is imported, comprehensive results for heavy metals, microbials, and pesticides are non-negotiable. There is a cannabinoid profile posted for one SKU that dates back over one year and another dated CBD isolate CoA. These are not nearly enough to qualify for our Safety Badge.
While their testing standards are definitely not on point, CBD Unlimited has a great product line with quality ingredients. Their full spectrum cannabidiol tinctures are paired with organic, cold-pressed hemp seed oil and grapeseed oil; all flavoring is naturally derived. They also sell CBD capsules, CBD for pets, and their imported CBD isolate crystalline. Their topical line has two products: Maggie’s Mist and Maggie’s Balm. We can verify that the former has no synthetic or undesirable ingredients, but the latter does not have an ingredients list posted: not a good sign when looking at CBD topicals. We can give them the benefit of the doubt by saying we simply can’t speak to it.
With CBD Unlimited’s success and major backing by investors, we’d expect to see something from them in the charitable arena. We encourage them to spread the love and get involved in the nonprofit opportunities in the hemp industry.
Bottom Line – CBD Unlimited has an excellent product line, but they need to get on top of their third-party testing protocols. We’d like to see them exude more heart, and giving back is a great jump-off point.
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Badges For CBD Unlimited
CBD Unlimited sources Colorado Certified hemp in their full spectrum products and non-GMO CBD isolate from Europe.
CBD Unlimited seeks to deepen and share the science of cannabinoids with the world.
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