- Infinite CBD Review
CBD Oil Review rates The Infinite CBD Brand with one star because it qualifies for the Innovation Badge.
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Infinite CBD: 60-Second Summary
Lakewood, Colorado-based Infinite prides itself on its clean, streamlined product: CBD isolate. (No oil – no problems?) The powdered substance is used to create a wide range of products for the company, including the unique and fun “beard flux,” which helps bring all the natural benefits of CBD oil to the underserved world of facial hair. Still, we were left searching for much in-depth information about the company itself or how Infinite CBD sources or extracts its cannabidiol isolate.
Infinite CBD Brand Review
On the surface, we don’t know a whole lot about Infinite CBD, as the company doesn’t offer much in the way of background information outside of the fact that it was founded in 2016 and has served more than 20,000 customers. (Though we can discern that the company has a particular interest in the sports world, as it features an entire page worth of athletes it sponsors, most of whom are in the fields of fighting and body building.)
Infinite CBD does say all its hemp organically grown within the state of Colorado, which the company itself calls home. We like and appreciate this sustainably-minded move, (especially since Colorado has one of the most well-developed cannabinoid farming businesses in the country), but we sadly see no other evidence to back up the claims of origin and organic nature.
Numbers do talk, however, and the company provides an up-to-date lab report for each of its products. The Certificates of Analysis prove the company’s claim that all of its products are THC-free, but we don’t get any results on tests for pesticides, heavy metals, or other residual contaminants—which would be especially helpful, given the lack of solid information on farming practices
Still, Infinite CBD’s clean-looking website offers plenty of information on cannabidiol, from its history to legality right down to strain-specific terpenes. Help is also provided to explain the nanotechnology the company uses (which increases the bioavailability of its CBD isolate) as well as the differences between CBD delivery methods.
And, Infinite CBD has at least one product for seemingly every way a person could receive cannabidiol.
Twenty-two items are available in total, in a range of CBD edibles, cannabidiol topicals and sprays, CBD capsules, and even a CBD “beard flux,” which serves to moisturize your moustache to perfection, all with the help of a CBD-infused salve.
Prices range from $4.50 for a single “shot” of a CBD-laced drink to $704 for a pound of pure, crushed CBD crystal isolate. (Runner-up for most expensive is the comparatively cheap $385 for a trio of its capsules—specially formulated to aid in both the morning and evening. The highest-price single item available is a $305, 6,000-milligram CBD tincture.) Yet we wish the company would offer a full ingredients list, so a customer could see what they’re getting before putting down a credit card.
Bottom line: Infinite CBD’s slick and beautiful website has a host of information about cannabidiol itself, but not much is noted about the company in particular. We’d love to hear more about Infiniate’s mission (to help athletes recover quickly, perhaps?), as well as more on their particular farming processes. And while we do appreciate the up-to-date Certificates of Analysis provided on each product page, we can’t award our safety badge without seeing proof that products are free of residual contaminants and heavy metals.
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Even the bearded mountain men of Colorado want to look good—and Infinite CBD wants to help. The company makes a specific cannabidiol-based salve for customers to rub into their facial hair, in order to promote a smoother and sleeker goatee, and we have to applaud their creativity.
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