You may have noticed that there has been a lot of attention on the CBD industry lately. While it’s been around for quite a while now, it wasn’t until recently that people started to take notice of this natural remedy and its place in the world of medicine.
It’s considered an effective natural treatment for many different health conditions now, and all of the evidence is right here online to prove it. This is great news for everyone – it means that there is now a viable option that can take the place of often harmful pharmaceuticals.
You don’t have to line up for it, though, because there are now hundreds of CBD companies prepared to sell it to you. While this is a good thing, it can be a bad thing too – especially if companies are skimping on the quality.
Let’s give one company a review so that you can know whether they’re worth buying from or not.
A Review of CBDfx
If you want to stand out in the CBD industry, you’ve got to target a specific niche or be innovative with your products. While it’s great having a comprehensive range of products that compete with other companies, it’s also recommended that you work on formulating new CBD product concepts that can help you stand out from the crowd. This is what CBDfx has done, and it appears to be helping with their popularity significantly.
CBDfx is the kind of company that has built a business on a solid foundation of plant medicine knowledge. They also want to continually educate their customers on the benefits of CBD, which is why they’re always publishing great educational resources on CBD. Additionally, if you’re someone who favors a plant-based diet, you’re going to like their products – in fact, CBDfx has created the first CBD gummy bear that’s completely vegan.
It’s pretty clear what CBDfx’s philosophy is when it comes to CBD and medicine: they prefer a natural approach that’s always plant-based for self-care, especially when given the choice over a conventional, pharmaceutical one.
While there are many companies who are only focused on making a profit, CBDfx is always looking to improve their products as well. You can get concentrates, gummy bears, vape supplies, tinctures and capsule from CBDfx. Their price points begin at $9.99 and go all the way up to $175.
We also mentioned earlier that their gummies are completely vegan – in fact, CBDfx is one of the only CBD companies that produce vegan-friendly CBD products.
Additionally, CBDfx publishes all of their lab test reports online so that you can see what they’re testing for in each product batch. While we appreciate this consistency and transparency, we are a little disappointed by one feature here – they don’t test for a lot of common contaminants including solvents, pesticides, and heavy metals.
Of course, this is an important part of every product test and must be included in a companies third party testing if they want to guarantee to their customer that their products are safe to consume.
CBDfx source their hemp from organic farms in Europe, which has strict rules around the cultivation of hemp. They also use a CO2 method of extraction, which we appreciate greatly – we believe that this is by far the most effective way to extract CBD.
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Scam or Legit; Final Thoughts
There are a lot of things to like about this CBD company. They are innovative and care more about the quality of their products than they do about profit.
They have even gone as far as to make sure that a few of their products are vegan-friendly, which means they also hold plant-based innovation in high regard, which we always like to see.
However, we did come across one roadblock when reviewing them that has meant we have to take a step back. We can’t recommend a company that doesn’t test for common contaminants, so at this point, we have to say that you may want to look elsewhere for your CBD products if you think it’s crucial to guarantee their safety.
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