There is not a lot of information about the team members of CBD Pure, however they make their mission of pure and clean CBD products very clear. They have multiple quality control steps and overall have accurate CBD levels. Our products ranged from 0% to 13%. The company is BBB accredited with a BBB score of A+.
CBD Pure uses only non-GMO, organically-grown, sustainable hemp from farms in Colorado and Washington. They test their raw hemp as well as the final products for purity and potency. Their extraction method is CO2, which is also free from solvents.
CBD Pure’s website is informative and has a great live chat option. Shipping is not free, however, they have a 90-day satisfaction guarantee.
CBD Pure has a small range of products. They have three potency options for tinctures, a softgel product, a topical cream, and a pet tincture. All products use full-spectrum, CO2 extracted CBD.
On average, CBD Pure prices are middle of the road. Their tinctures range in price from $0.08 to $0.10 per mg of CBD. We often see CBD tinctures priced, on average, between $0.08 to $0.12 per mg of CBD, therefore, CBD Pure’s prices fall right in the middle. The price per product does decrease if you buy multiples and you can save 10% off your first order. To learn more about how we compare prices for CBD, look at our pricing report.
CBD Pure stands out for its organic, pure, and chemical-free farming and formulations. They have a simple product line but have products that are free from chemicals, pesticides, and other solvents.
In this video, we will unbox products from CBD Pure. We will be unboxing their 300mg tincture, softgels, muscle and joint cream and pet tincture. We will discuss their CBD type, as well as the taste, smell, and feel of each product.
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CBD Pure was founded in 2016 with the goal of creating the purest CBD products for their customers. They are committed to using only organic and non-GMO hemp, and avoiding additives, chemical or other synthetic ingredients in any step of their processes. CBD Pure is a family-owned company located in Vancouver, Washington. They note that they partner with local farmers and vendors, however, there is not a lot of background information on who makes up the team.
The CBD Pure has a decent FAQ page as well as a blog page. They answer common questions here about their shipping and company policies, as well as common questions about CBD.
When entering the site, you will be greeted by a live chat option to answer any questions you have. You can email customer support. Although they do list their corporate addresses, there is no phone number to reach customer service.
As a part of our reputation check, we check BBB, FDA warnings, and more to see if there are any complaints or warnings about the brand. Currently, there are no FDA complaints against CBD Pure. CBD Pure, also known as NutraPure, its parent company is currently BBB accredited with an A+ rating.
CBD Pure third-party tests for all products for potency and contaminants. You can find lab reports on their lab report page or by scanning the QR code and locating your product. Although the products have batch numbers, you cannot look up reports using batch numbers. We located and assessed the available lab reports for our products and the CBD levels variance ranged from 0% to 13%. All THC levels were below 0.3% and all products were tested for contaminants passed for metals, solvents, and pesticides.
CBD Pure uses non-GMO hemp grown organically and sustainably in Washington and Colorado. Their website notes that their hemp is certified organic, however their products do not have a USDA organic certification. They avoid the use of any synthetic additives, solvents, pesticides, or other chemicals in both the growing and processing steps. All of their products are made with cold-pressed, CO2 extracted CBD. Before processing they test the hemp for a full range of chemicals and heavy metals. Once the products are made, each and every batch is sent to a third-party lab for further testing and a certificate of analysis.
CBD Pure has three tincture options: 300mg, 600mg, or 1000mg of full-spectrum, CO2 extracted CBD per bottle and is made with hempseed oil as the carrier.
CBD Pure has one softgel product. The product contains 30 softgels, each with 25mg of full-spectrum, CO2 extracted CBD. They are made with gelatin, which is not vegan-friendly.
CBD Pure has one topical product, a muscle and joint formula. It contains 500mg of full-spectrum, CO2 extracted CBD as well as menthol and white willow bark along with other ingredients. The bottle is 3oz.
CBD Pure has full spectrum, CO2 extracted CBD pet tincture with 100mg per 60ml bottle. It is unflavored and in a base of hempseed oil.
You can get 10% off your first CBD Pure order by entering your email address in the pop-up box on their website. They do not have bundles, but if you buy more than one of a specific product at a time, the price per product decreases.
We shopped on the CBD Pure website and selected products to order and try ourselves. CBD Pure has a small range of products which are organized by type under the “Order” tab. The product pages have a lot of background information on each product and adding products to your cart is straightforward. Orders ship via USPS first class, and the fee is $6.95. They have a 90-day satisfaction guarantee on all orders.
We received our products in a discreet USPS padded envelope with a USPS box inside. Our products were packaged with plain tissue paper.
We reached out to customer service through their live chat option to ask what countries they ship to. They answered immediately and let us know they ship within the USA and the UK but have stopped shipping to Canada at this time.
We received and reviewed the 300mgCBD Pure CBD tincture. The tincture is packaged in a glass dropper bottle which is 2 oz, inside a cardboard box. The tincture contains a total of 300mg of full spectrum, CO2 extracted CBD in a base of hemp seed oil. The directions are to take 1 ml, approximately half a dropper, and hold under the tongue for 60 seconds. The oil itself is a dark yellow color and smells and tastes of rich, earthy hemp.
There is a QR code and batch number on the product. The QR code takes you to the general lab report page where you can select your product. It is unclear if the report is for our product since there was no batch number on the report to match to. The report shows there is 336mg of CBD/bottle which is 36mg more CBD than listed for a CBD variance of 12% which is above the acceptable 10% variance. The THC level is undetectable which is within the acceptable 0.3% limit. The sample was tested and passed for metals, solvents, and pesticides.
This product is well-suited for people looking for a lower potency, organic, unflavored CBD tincture.
We received and reviewed CBD Pure’s CBD softgels. They are packed in a glass bottle with childproof lid inside a cardboard box. There are 30 softgels per bottle, each with 25 mg of full spectrum, CO2 extracted CBD. The softgels are made from gelatin which means they are not vegan friendly. The directions are to take one softgel per day. The softgels do not have any smell or taste and are a deep yellow color.
There is a QR code and batch number on the product. The QR code takes you to the general lab report page where you can select your product. It is unclear if the report is for our product since there was no batch number on the report to match to. The report shows there is 27.1mg of CBD/softgel which is 2.1mg more CBD than listed for a CBD variance of 8% which is below the acceptable 10% variance. The THC level is 0.244% which is within the acceptable 0.3% limit. The sample was tested and passed for metals, solvents, and pesticides.
These capsules are ideal for people looking for a potent, full-spectrum CBD softgel that is not necessarily vegan.
We received and reviewed CBD Pure’s Muscle & Joint Cream. The product is in a plastic tube within a cardboard box. The tube is 3 oz and contains a total of 500 mg of full spectrum CO2 extracted CBD. Other ingredients include jojoba seed oil, menthol, eucalyptus, apricot oil, hyaluronic acid, white willow bark. The directions are to apply to the affected area as needed. The cream is white with a thin consistency. It smells of menthol and rubs easily into the skin leaving a cooling sensation.
There is a QR code and batch number on the product. The QR code takes you to the general lab report page where you can select your product. It is unclear if the report is for our product since there was no batch number on the report to match to. The report shows there is 500mg of CBD/tube which is the exact amount listed for a CBD variance of 0% which is below the acceptable 10% variance. The THC level is 0.006% which is within the acceptable 0.3% limit. The sample was tested and passed for metals, solvents, and pesticides.
This product is ideal for people who want a medium potency CBD muscle and joint cream with cooling menthol.
We received the CBD Pure pet tincture. The tincture is packaged in a glass bottle, which is 60ml, and inside a cardboard box. There is a total of 100mg of full spectrum, CO2 extracted CBD along with hempseed oil. The tincture is unflavored. The directions are to add 1 ml, or half a dropper, to your pet’s food for every 10 lb of your pet’s weight. The oil is a deep yellow color and smells of olive oil with some earthy undertones.
There is a QR code and batch number on the product. The QR code takes you to the general lab report page where you can select your product. It is unclear if the report is for our product since there was no batch number on the report to match to. The report shows there is 113mg of CBD/bottle which is 13mg more CBD than listed for a CBD variance of 13% which is above the acceptable 10% variance. The THC level is 0.012% which is within the acceptable 0.3% limit. The sample was tested and passed for metals, solvents, and pesticides.
This product is ideal for people who are looking for low potency, unflavored, full-spectrum CBD tincture for their pet.
CBD Pure does offer full-spectrum CBD, which contains up to 0.3% THC. At this level, the amount of delta 9 THC is too low to get you high.