As a leading CBD news curator, reporter and announcer, TimesofCBD gets a lot of tips and insights from its valued readership base and followers. Recently, a member of the research team received a distributing message regarding another product by the name of Cannativa CBD claiming to be featured on Shark Tank. While we have covered this unfortunate topic before, it seems like the trend is continuing despite the names of these various, seemingly random brands keep popping up to prey on unassuming, unsuspecting consumers.
The latest is Cannativa CBD oil, or even goes by the name CannativaRX. While not much information is currently available and internet searches are essentially fruitless right now on both Google and Bing, the product's label on the bottle claims it is a full spectrum organic CBD oil made with pure hemp extract and is THC free. Each Cannativa CBD tincture contains 300 mg per bottle.
The Cannativa RX CBD product is made from liquid drops but that is all we know from the official website. What is interesting in our research efforts about Cannativa and Shark Tank is that there are websites setup to sell this ‘new' cannabidiol oil, but none of them mention or reference Shark Tank. These nefarious websites seem to all be using the same template to promote Cannativa, all following the same format and ‘marketing language'.
If interested, sites like cannativacbd.com or cannativacbd.net as well as cannativarx.net and cannativarx.org are all setup nearly identical. However, while they all claim to sell and offer Cannativa CBD oil, when clicking on these sites they seem to redirect to another brand that has nothing to do with CannativaRX. Whether these products are related or not, it seems to be some red flag activity going on amongst this brand.
There is also a cannabis website under the same name at cannativa.net, but this appears to be something completely different and not even remotely related as the entire website is in spanish and does not appear to sell any hemp CBD oil tinctures. And just to add more fuel to the fire, there is also a website cannative.com.co based in Colombia that focuses on medical marijuana, but again does not offer any direct products on the website.
The reason why we wanted to follow through with the research and compile a post is because upon further investigation it appears this product could be ramping up its fake marketing efforts via Google search trends data:
In conclusion, Cannativa CBD or Cannativa RX CBD oil affiliated brands appear to be fraudulent. One thing is for certain that sparked the research, Cannativa and Shark Tank is 100% fake and should be avoided at all costs if any brand resorts to these advertising gimmicks and marketing strategies. This is also very common with the world's most popular doctor, Dr. Oz, who has been the theme of many fake celebrity endorsement CBD products in the past year or two.
TimesofCBD hopes this insight into this random CBD brand with aggressively faked marketing tactics helps save a few consumers from making the wrong decision. Most often, in the past these newly launched CBD products all use hard to cancel free trial offers that continually ding your credit card every month after the 1-2 week ‘free' trial sample is over.
As always, make sure you opt to go with a transparent, authentic, reputable CBD company that at least posts its product's third-party lab tests, certificate of analysis (COA) or even has a social media account setup.