- HALE Review
CBD Oil Review rates the HALE Brand with two stars because it qualifies for the Quality and Mission Badges.
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HALE: 60-Second Summary
Transform your health and get your life back — if only it were that easy! The HALE message is that it can be; all you need to do is adopt their CBD oil products and nutritional supplements into a daily wellness routine. Becoming a part of their multi-level marketing organization won’t hurt, either. We have to say that we are pleasantly surprised by the premium quality of their CBD line. HALE doesn’t make outrageous claims, and they have clean sourcing and processes. If they can get their posted safety tests up to date and get involved in giving back, HALE will easily up their game.
HALE Brand Review
HALE is a multi-level marketing company that’s vertically integrated, meaning they have proprietorship over the farms where their hemp is grown, the extraction equipment used to make their CBD oil, etc. Multi-level marketing groups are popping up more and more in the CBD space, but few can boast this level of quality control and oversight over the entire production process.
The HALE hemp comes from their own organic farm in Colorado and is processed via supercritical CO2 extraction. The team supposedly began as hemp farmers and eventually forayed into extraction, product development, and network marketing. They claim to promote organic, sustainable agriculture and the local communities that support their production.
Most of the HALE products are made from full spectrum cannabidiol, and the company uses the entire plant, including the flower, to procure their distillate. CBD distillate is refined further following extraction and thought to be more potent with higher cannabinoid content. In fact, HALE brags that their CBD products are so effective, they sell themselves.
Which may be true, but it’s also a plug for their multi-level marketing system to actively recruit new sellers. A compensation plan is available on the HALE website for interested parties, and getting started will require a commitment of $79.99 through $999.99, depending on how deep you want to dive.
The HALE product line is surprisingly premium for an MLM CBD vendor. We don’t want to generalize, but many times, we see a dip in quality when it comes to these types of businesses in the CBD space. HALE keeps it classy with options that include:
- All-Natural CBD Balms
- CBD Cream
- Full Spectrum CBD Oil Tinctures
- CBD Isolate Tinctures
- CBD Oil for pets
- Full Spectrum CBD Softgels
The tinctures contain totally clean ingredients; flavors are created from natural botanical oils. We did find a nasty in the CBD cream, though: phenyl alcohol. It’s a common cosmetic fragrance ingredient but also a known respiratory toxicant. These kind of additives are typical in CBD topicals, but we have to call them out when we see them. HALE’s CBD balms, on the other hand, are totally clean with all-natural goodness only.
Currently, we cannot award HALE the Safety Badge since their posted third-party test results are not up to date. Also, they claim to test for heavy metals, but we were only able to find tests for purity, microbials, and residual solvents. We hope they get current on this issue and post heavy metals results, in which case we can gladly revisit.
Bottom Line – Overall, HALE is one of the better CBD MLM vendors we’ve encountered. Some work in the charity and safety departments could really get them to the next level
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Badges For HALE
HALE is on a mission to help people get their lives back through effective CBD products.
HALE sources organically grown hemp on their own farms in Colorado and utilizes supercritical CO2 extraction.
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