One of the biggest movements in the alternative remedy industry recently has been CBD oil.
It is considered both an effective pain relief and anti-anxiety, as well as helping with other health issues.
With some states in America passing the bill to legalize marijuana for medicinal purposes lately, there have been a number of companies who have popped up to take a piece of the CBD oil pie.
Unfortunately, not all of them can be trusted, and some offer products that are sub-par when it comes to quality.
Let’s take a look at one of these companies.
Noontide Herbal Elixirs Review
- Innovative products
- No lab tests
- There's better products on the market
- Lack of evidence for claims
- Strange marketing techniques
Reviewing Noontide Herbal Elixirs
Now, when it comes to public relations, you have to be careful not to offend anyone. Especially when you’re promoting a new product and want to bring on new customers, you’ve got to make sure that what your promoting is inclusive.
When it comes to Noontide, their conduct is slightly questionable, and it points to the image on their homepage.
Here you’ll find one of their products placed next to a Styrofoam cup. Now, we’re not sure if this was done deliberately or they’ve accidentally created a faux pas, but either way, it doesn’t start them off on a good note with us.
Whether they have poor taste or they’re just not seeing what we’re seeing, we noticed something more important as we looked into their website a bit more: the lack of safety information.
Verifying your product and providing the customer with information about its use and safety is inherent in this type of industry. Therefore, we consider this to be a much bigger issue.
You would be forgiven for thinking that Noontide is conscious of being natural, pure and transparent because this is how their site reads. They’ve got a rustic vibe happening and have used a hippie-ish font to give the impression that they are a health and environmentally conscious business.
Whether we have taken personal offence to the first image we see on their homepage, or it’s a PR problem, the real issues lie not with what Noontide are currently doing, but what they lack completely.
Let’s begin with their information. On the site, we could only find the briefest mention of where they source their hemp from. Even worse, there’s absolutely no information provided that talks about any lab testing they put their products through.
You may have already guessed that this means there’s no Certificate of Analysis anywhere to be found. They even redirect you to a different site, which provides just about as much information as they do so that you won’t find anything there.
On a slightly positive note, there was one product that stood out from the pack – the crystalline isolate CBD oil with cannabis terpenes. In fact, when we went to take a look at it, it was sold out completely, always a good sign of product demand.
Apart from this, the rest of their products can be bought for between $25 and $80. However, even buying products from them isn’t straightforward.
If you do want to buy something you’re redirected to yet another website where you’ll see some more, seemingly unrelated CBD products.
This is what we mean when we say they aren’t transparent – there’s no way of knowing whether these websites are related or random.
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We’ll wrap up this review by taking a look at their Instagram, too.
On their page, they say that their primary goal is to make hash dabs and oil. These types of products are, generally speaking, more potent when it comes to THC.
This could possibly explain the marketing of the image on their homepage.
We could be ever so slightly convinced of their intentions if we read a passionate mission statement, but this is also something that Noontide leaves up to the imagination of the customer.
All in all, we don’t think they’ve offered up enough information to be considered a reputable CBD oil company.
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