The CBD industry has welcomed a fair share of well-wishers and con artists. While the former truly seeks approaches to delivering all-natural CBD solutions, the latter underscores unrealistic claims that lure consumers into spending their money.
It has been recently revealed that Nature’s Method launched their respective CBD oil derived from U.S.-harvested, hemp. Deemed THC free and containing 300mg of CBD per 30ml, consumers can anticipate an ease in anxiety and stress-related symptoms, reduced chronic pain, balanced mood and sleep patterns and enhanced cognitive health among others. To date, the CBD Oil has been reasoned as being pharmacist formulated, and lab tested for quality.
Above all, there currently exists a free trial where consumers can ingest the CBD Oil for a period of 14 days. This has been allotted so that individuals can assess its effects, their tolerance levels and whether they want to continue it or not.
However, many of the claims made by Nature’s Method in regard to their CBD Hemp Oil seems skeptical. Here are the reasons why:
Not so Extra Strength as Advertised
The fact that each 30 ml bottle houses 300mg of CBD implies that each serving contains 10mg of CBD. There’s no strength in such a concentration. Matter-of-factly, the average concentration deemed effective is usually 25mg.
To be Full Spectrum or Not to Be
Nature’s Method claims that their CBD oil is THC free yet contradicts this by indicating that it is also full spectrum. A full spectrum CBD oil is one that uses the plant to its entirety. In this case there will be 0.03% of THC present.
Lack of Information of the Free Trial and Auto-Ship
Given the 14-day trial period, consumers are normally informed that once the trial is over, one has to either pay the price and continue the auto-ship subscription program or return the product and cancel it. This is typically hinted in the Terms & Condition, but such a page no longer exists, be wary of purchasing it also automatically enrolls you, and you will be billed monthly at a much higher price.
- Customers must call Customer Service at US TOLL FREE 866-410-0571 to cancel the auto-ship enrollment before any arrangements will be made to issue a refund. With refunds only offered for up to 60 days from purchase date.
- Return Address is: Pure CBD 3960 Howard Parkway STE. 500 Las Vegas, NV. 89169
Strong Claims with Little Evidence
Above all, claims regarding its benefits, and it being pharmacist formulated and lab-tested have not been supported by any studies, certificate of analysis or testing results. This lack of clarity is definitely alarming and hints that Nature Method’s might not be real brand let alone its CBD oil.
Ultimately, the Nature Method advertisement layout, lack of test results, and repetitive contradictions among others suggest that consumers will end up losing their money. This isn’t the first of its kind, as similar styles of scams have succeeded in recent times.
Purchasing Natures Method CBD Oil
Prices for various packages offered lower per bottle with the larger packages and are as follows:
- 6 bottle package ($39.97 each);
- 4 bottle package $185.00 (+ free S&H) at ($46.25 each);
- 2 bottle package $125.00 (+ free S&H) at ($62.50 each)
Customers may contact Customer service at US TOLL FREE 866-410-0571 between the hours of 9am to 5pm MST Monday-Friday with any questions regarding your products, payments or returns. As an added note, all returns are subject to a restocking fee of $8.95 per returned item, and customers assume the responsibility of paying the return shipping fees.