Hi Arch – It is true that the FDA found some products contained very little of the claimed CBD, but this was not as high as 90%, as you state. Could you please also add CBD Living brand to your list to test? I have a teenage daughter with anxiety, and she won’t take pills and the taste of the oil will be difficult to get her to take. They say their water is tasteless and if I knew the water and/or gummies actually had the CBD in them, I’d try that.
He is a whole different bird, capapble of relaxing and being affectionate and enjoying his life I am happy beyond words that CBD is available to help this parrot – nothing else helped him. I hope you will test Lazarus Naturals CBD oils, and Elixinol CBD oils. The Lazarus Naturals works well for me for severe arthritis in my back and hips. I like the fact that they post their independent lab results for each batch. They sell 250mg; 300mg with cinnamon; 500mg w/peppermint; 500mg w/orange; 1000mg; 5000mg; 2500mg; 120mg for animals (dogs, horses, etc.); 120mg w/catnip for cats; liposomal nano-CBD spray 250mg.
FYI – My son’s primary care physician, who is an MD with additional training in Functional medicine, sells and prescribes a brand called Colorado Hemp Oil. It is very expensive but my son finds it works really well for his anxiety. We take our daily sublingual gel dose prophylactically and have no particular health issues other than mild hip arthritis. It’s a very expensive product delivered in easily dispensed plastic syringes.
I’m looking for CBD products and went to the FDA page you link to that has the list of products/companies they sent warning letters to. I then tried a few of those companies and it appears they still have the products for sale.
Numerous positive customer and industry reviews show that FAB CBD full-spectrum oils are at the top of the list when it comes to alleviating the signs and symptoms of anxiety. Not to be outdone, Lazarus Naturals comes in as a strong close second. Some of the more common types include panic attacks, general anxiety disorder, and phobias. For example, if you’re new to CBD, why not try starting with a ½ dropper of FAB CBD’s 300mg CBD oil one time per day?
Our heavy metals panel includes, lead, arsenic, mercury, and cadmium. We answer this complicated question by discussing all the variables you need to consider when determining how much CBD to take. Or it could be that the company is labeling for milligrams of CBDoil instead of milligrams of active cannabinoids. Typically, cannabis oil is made up of 40%-60% of actives, so take 50% as that average. You can find CoA’s for every batch of Ananda Hemp’s products with our online look up tool.
I gave my mother cannabis oil for her lymphoma and a lung tumor — one dropper a day under the tongue. Her tumor did not grow and she had better capability with her ADLs. The FDA is protecting money interests of Big Pharm, and until they can corner the product for that purpose, they will continue imposing mandates on legal sales. Yes, you are right, and the manufacturer should tell you how the CBD is made. I meant to say that CBD oil isn’t made from the seeds, from what I’ve read.
Hi Matt – Some of the CBD products being sold are not legally permitted to be sold and the FDA has sent Warning Letters to several companies, as noted above. My doctor says Young Liiving’s Copaiba oil has a higher concentration of pain relief. Hi Carol – Yes, we will be testing products claiming to contain CBD. When I adopted him, my avian veterinarian suggested I try giving him CBD oil, which I get from Charlottes Web, and it has completely transformed him.
They found that 22 out of 24 products did not have the levels of CBD advertised on their label1. There are hundreds of CBD companies out there with new ones popping up every day. Making the right decision for you and your wallet takes a little research. In a nascent, unregulated industry, the reality is that some "CBD" products have little to no CBD in them.
With CBD products, it is definitely a case of Cave at Emptor!. I wish that the FDA would test each and every CBD hemp oil vape product and display the result for the public; perhaps we’d rid the internet of fraudulent CBD sellers once and for all. Although I am not a fan of the FDA (reasons for which would turn this comment into a book) but nonetheless I’m glad they tested some of these CBD products and came down on the manufacturers. I’d like to see Consumerlab do a thorough review of the various CBD oils out there. Looking around on the internet for genuine info on this is frustrating to say the least.