Advertised to reduce chronic pain, combat anxiety, lower blood sugar levels, support healthy sleep and many other health benefits, the Perfect Nature CBD Oil contains 300 mg of the miraculous hemp ingredient, which is quite enough to deliver what the product is being advertised for. However, the website selling this oil doesn’t mention anywhere anything about studies that have been conducted on the product it presents. This means there’s no proof to the oil actually working. Also, since the FDA doesn’t evaluate health supplements, the Perfect Nature CBD Oil being a health supplement, it’s rather difficult to just trust claims made online by a company trying to sell its product.
Where’s the Certificate of Analysis for Perfect Nature CBD?
Another puzzling thing about the Perfect Nature CBD Oil is that it’s being sold without any mention of its certificate of analysis. However, information on this can be requested from the manufacturer, since the website that sells the oil has a Contact Us section. While asking for the certificate, it would also be a good idea to find out more about Perfect Nature, the company making this CBD supplement. As relatively no one has heard anything about it, most likely because it’s new on the market, it’s only reasonable to inquire about its headquarters, activity and other products it makes, if there are any.
What Does the Perfect Nature CBD Trial Involve?
The website selling the Perfect Nature CBD Oil has purchasing buttons labeled as “Rush my Trial” all over. While this clearly indicates that there’s a trial for the product, there isn’t anywhere mentioned what this trial is all about. Is it a free bottle of the oil for one purchased? Is there a sample of the product offered free of charge? Mentioning the word “trial” just to convince potential customers to press the ordering button may be a selling strategy, but surely not one serious companies would adopt. On the other hand, the good news is that Perfect Nature does offer some sort of trial for its product that not too many people have heard about for now.