- Pulse CBD Review
CBD Oil Review rates the Pulse CBD Brand with one star because it qualifies for the Quality Badge.
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Pulse CBD: 60-Second Summary
Pulse CBD seems to be lacking well, a pulse. There is little life to be found on their scant website, and key information isn’t there for consumers to make an informed choice. It could be a simple case of missing information, but even so, it is the duty of CBD vendors to disclose the ingredients in their products, their processes, and their testing protocols. A mission statement or some kind of ethical direction doesn’t hurt, either. We’ll need more information from Pulse CBD other than that they have ‘an elite full spectrum CBD’ that is ‘extremely concentrated’ in order to grant them more badges.
Pulse CBD Brand Review
The Pulse CBD brand launched in 2017 and has a 1200-square-foot facility in Doral, Florida open to the public. Interestingly, they also list a UK address and phone number under their contact information, so it appears this is a global enterprise.
It makes sense, since they import their CO2-extracted CBD oil from Holland where the industrial hemp is apparently grown on organic farms. With the exception of their product descriptions, that’s pretty much all the information Pulse CBD gives about their hemp and their operation. There’s no mission statement, testing protocols (although one of their products made by a third party includes a CoA), or other details about what’s happening behind the scenes.
Pulse CBD only manufactures CBD oil to be used sublingually as tinctures or for vaping; the CBD capsules and CBD for pets available on their site are made by ECOSciences. As for Pulse’s CBD oil, they offer full spectrum CBD suspended in MCT oil with natural flavors including dragon passion, mojito, blueberry, and strawberry. Concentrations range from 225 to 1800 mg and run from $50 to $210.
There are additional CBD oil tinctures for sale from Pulse in different packaging that do not list any carrier oil as an ingredient. They cost the same as the MCT oil variety, but the only ingredients listed are ‘enriched proprietary formulated industrial hemp EU,’ natural terpenes, and flavoring. It’s curious that they don’t mention a carrier oil, and it’s anyone’s guess what they’re using.
Our review for Pulse CBD is short because their site is one of the more scant we’ve seen. We have relatively no information about the company and certainly not enough to warrant any of our badges other than Quality. We’re puzzled, and we simply need to know more.
Bottom Line – Pulse CBD provides little information as to their processes and products, and accordingly, we cannot award them more than one badge at this time. We encourage the company to disclose more about what they do and perhaps take a look at some of our higher ranking CBD vendors for direction.
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