The CBD industry has taken off, and with it has come hundreds of companies who are manufacturing their own version of it.
America has opened the floodgates to hemp and allowed for industrial hemp to be cultivated and manufactured in all fifty states, which means that more and more people are going to have access to this natural remedy in the future.
The fact that there are now hundreds of companies selling CBD is both a good and bad thing. Remember, you can’t trust them all, because some produce sub-par products.
Let’s review one and decide on the quality of their products.
A Review of Isodiol
There are smaller CBD companies, and there are bigger ones. Isodiol is one of the bigger ones – in fact, they’re so big that they have a global presence with multiple offices and brands all over the world. They even have CBD product names that are so well known that you may have heard of them without ever having heard of the brand name.
Isodiol claim to be a leader in the world of CBD, with manufacturing facilities and labs around the world that are all a testament to the kind of influencer they have in this particular niche.
However, when attempting to review a company like this it can quickly get complicated because there are so many facets to them – and not all of them are positive.
One of the biggest confusions for us is that they claim to source organic European hemp, but when it comes to their actual products, there is no information on the label that describes whether they’re isolate or full spectrum. This is an important detail to include that we’re disappointed is missing.
Isodiol also appears to want to have a monopoly on the hemp growing industry as well as they have just recently been given the go-ahead to source and grow it in Europe, Asia and even North America.
While this is much better than getting their hemp from China, which can come with a lot of unwanted foreign matter, we’re still unsure of the contents of their source because they don’t provide any lab test results.
As we mentioned, Isodiol has a seemingly endless list of branded products underneath them, which include edibles, sprays, topicals, capsules, tinctures, and even CBD that’s water soluble.
While this is an extensive range to have which is always great, there are issues surrounding the integrity of the products themselves because we can’t see anything that alludes to a commitment to organic, natural ingredients. All of their edibles and water are full of colors and flavors, which we don’t love.
To summarize, this is a huge CBD oil company that definitely has a monopoly in the industry. However, this comes at a cost, and the cost is the quality of their products.
We don’t like that they haven’t made sure to clearly label their products so that you know the source of the ingredients. We also don’t like that they don’t publish any lab test results that can guarantee their customers safety when consuming their products.
We don’t suggest that you try a company like Isodiol because we cannot guarantee the purity and potency of their product.
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