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‘Patients Are Being Duped’: NBC 6 Tests CBD Products

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Best to pick up your CBD products from a trusted caregiver or grow and make your own.

Product Results

Of the 35 samples we tested, 20 of them had less than half of the amount of CBD advertised on the label. Some samples had no CBD at all.

“Patients are being duped,” said Chris Martinez, President of Evio Labs. “They’re buying products that really aren’t going to benefit them.”

Of the products we purchased, the biggest differences were found in gummies that were infused with CBD, one of the most popular ways to consume CBD.

The NBC6 Investigators bought five packages of Hemp Bombs CBD Gummies. Each package listed that it contained “5 Max Strength Gummies.”

The package label advertises each gummy contains 15 mg of CBD. However, test results show each gummy had 2.2 mg or less.

 

‘Patients Are Being Duped’: NBC 6 Tests CBD Products

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Bet there is something on the label that says “up too blank %” or “each dose contains no more than blank %” and then there is that over used word “virtually” one of my most hated words of all time. 

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