- Hemp Daddy’s Review
CBD Oil Review rates the Hemp Daddy’s Brand with two stars because it qualifies for the Mission & Quality Badges.
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Hemp Daddy’s: 60-Second Summary
Who’s your (hemp) daddy? Founder Caleb is a daddy himself who, after battling health issues, found the answer to maintaining his active lifestyle — CBD oil. Hemp Daddy’s is a small operation out of Texas with an honest appeal and straightforward product line. For the most part, their ingredient choices are fantastic, and we can also verify the quality of their full spectrum CBD oil as such. The brand could easily rank higher with some updates to their testing protocols; we’ve got a tip for them that won’t break the bank.
Hemp Daddy’s Brand Review
Caleb is a father of three and an active outdoor enthusiast who ran into some health issues like pain from a chronic injury, stress, and trouble sleeping. Like so many of us, he went the natural route, deciding to go with CBD oil to get his wellness on track. The results? Immediate. In fact, that’s what is often so striking to people new to quality CBD oil — effects can many times be seen within days.
So, Caleb launched Hemp Daddy’s to share the natural benefits of CBD with the world, but not without some important parameters. He’s against solvent extraction, only wants organically grown hemp, and believes heavy metals are a deal breaker. Caleb found a perfect partner in WAAYB Farms, a Colorado outfit that grows organic hemp and utilizes CO2 extraction.
The Hemp Daddy’s full spectrum CBD product line is basic, but that’s what we like about it. With the exception of their CBD topical, there’s a refreshingly short list of ingredients. Their CBD oil tinctures, for example, contain just full spectrum extract and MCT oil (the mint option has natural mint flavor added). These are available in regular, extra strength, and advanced strength and range from $50 to $179.
The CBD gel caps are just as simple: just full spectrum cannabidiol, MCT oil, and a certified-vegan capsule. They’re priced at $60 for 30 capsules with 20 mg/each.
Lastly, and unfortunately, Hemp Daddy’s CBD topical is the only product without simple ingredients, and we can’t say we approve of many of them. Their CBD pain cream ($59-$85) contains Lipoderm®, a transdermal cream base that’s common in the drugstore but loaded with synthetics. Nasties include ceteareth-20, dimethicone, laureth-7, methylchloroisothiazolinone, phenoxyethanol, polyacrylamide, and the worst, methylisothiazolinone. Not only is this last one known to cause allergic reactions, mammalian brain studies point to it being a neurotoxin. Yuck.
Our disappointment in the topical ingredients aside, we think Hemp Daddy’s has heart and that their intentions are in the right place. So, we’d like to help them out with a little advice.
Since they are a small company, they state they can’t afford super intense testing protocols. But they’re already on the right track with independent cannabinoid profiles for each SKU and a couple tests for heavy metals and dangerous microbes. We suggest letting WAAYB Farms run the comprehensive contaminants tests (since they’re organic, they should be doing this anyway) and that way, Hemp Daddy’s will only need to pay for a cannabinoid profile for each SKU.
Not only will this boost their trustworthiness and transparency with consumers, it will earn them the Safety Badge!
Bottom Line – We dig Hemp Daddy’s simple and quality CBD line, except for their CBD topical with too many synthetic ingredients to get us on board.
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Badges For Hemp Daddy’s
Hemp Daddy’s uses only full spectrum CBD oil that is CO2 extracted from Colorado hemp in their products.
Hemp Daddy’s goal is to bring the healing power of CBD to those with chronic issues like anxiety, inflammation, and more.
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