Vina Bell: 60-Second Summary
While we maintain confidence that Vina Bell has the best intentions, there is still ample room for improvement. Hippie-esque products like herbal bath soaks and topical pain spritzers are so cool-sounding that they deserve solid facts to back up their efficacy. We all love plant medicine but have also learned to be wary of bold claims without evidence to substantiate them. Without any CoA’s, and not a lick of discussion on the source material, we are left somewhat empty handed after browsing Vina Bell’s site.
Vina Bell Brand Review
Vina Bell by Pure Hemp Collective is a conscious company named after an eccentric dancer who, although small in stature (4'11”), left a legacy that was larger than life. Included in her many lessons were messages about plant healing and the ability that nature has to heal virtually every ailment.
Created by two caring mothers, the Vina Bell brand features products that range in price from $20-$250 and have a very botanical air about them. At their one-stop online shop, you can find disposable vape pens, plant-based bath soaks, CBD tinctures, topical pain spritzers, functional CBD capsules, and even a cannabinoid medicinal for dogs/cats.
Just as many wish that love could pay the bills, many also wish those good intentions could lay to rest concerns about quality and safety. Despite their friendly branding, there are no mentions of laboratory testing anywhere on their site and not a whole lot of detailed product information. As such, one can only use Vina Bell products with a degree of uncertainty.
Additionally, the source of the hemp used in Vina Bell products is never made clear. (Colorado? The EU?) It would seem prudent for an operation whose main emphasis is on the magical healing abilities of Mother Nature to focus a bit more on providing pertinent safety and purity information to the consumer; the demographic they will attract with their “earth mother” type marketing will inevitably care about such things. However, the Pure Hemp Collective’s good intentions may be enough to attract many would-be CBD customers.
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