Is Your CBD A Scam?
Not all CBD products are made equal. Consumers have no way to judge if their CBD product is a scam or not. .
CBD (cannabidiol) products are showing up everywhere from the pharmacy counter to the corner gas station. Products containing CBD are already sold by mainstream retailers and online.
CBD can be extracted from hemp or from marijuana. Hemp plants are cannabis plants that contain less than 0.3 percent THC, while marijuana plants are cannabis plants that contain higher concentrations of THC. Both compounds interact with your body’s endocannabinoid system, but they have very different effects.
Not all CBD products are made equal. Consumers have no way to judge if their CBD product is a scam or not.
Greedy companies are selling sub-par cannabidiol products in hope of riding the CBD wave and scamming buyers who just want relief from chronic conditions for themselves or loved ones.
Many of those turning to CBD products are suffering, People experiencing constant nausea, sleep problems, overwhelming anxiety, constant pain are just some of the examples of given as to why individuals are turning to CBD for help.
Unscrupulous companies swoop in to take advantage of these people looking to make a quick profit instead of earnestly trying to help.
Determined to turn the industry around is 32-year-old entrepreneur of Heady Hemp and Whole Leaf, Troy Hanchey. He has created a practical way for consumers to follow their product from seed to shelf.
“Whole Leaf Co and Heady Hemp are the only company where a consumer can have confidence that there is quality in every product. We provide an easy and practical way for customers to read 3rd party testing by using a QR code on every Heady Hemp and Whole Leaf product,” notes Troy