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CBD is EVERYWHERE lately. It’s literally one of the hottest products on the market and is flying off the shelves left and right as it’s said to help with everything from anxiety, pain relief, and anxiety just to name a few. CBD can be found in various forms and products including patches, drops, candies, beauty products and so on.
However, it seems that the claims made by most companies about CBD may be too good to be true. Plus, it seems that many brands may be fibbing about how much CBD their products actually contain.
Inside Edition recently sent samples from several popular CBD brands to a lab to have their CBD levels tested. Turns out the results were quite shocking. According to lab reports, the CBD levels found in the products didn’t match the percentages listed on the labels.
It seems that the label on one of Bio Reigns products claims it has 560 mg of CBD; however, tests show that it only contains about 1 mg.
When questioned about the findings Slade insisted the labels were correct because “that’s the amount that’s in the bottle.”
Slade said the amount of CBD in the product “should be about 2%” but Insider Edition says they found much less.
Gretchen added, “If this label is misleading in any way, I want to make sure that we change it.”
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These two, I swear, all day everyday! ? I legit feel like I birthed Slade with a bow on his head ? —————————— However nothing makes me happier then to see this sweet amazing bond between the two of them. He has the same type of special bond with his boys. He is such an incredible Father, helping on the daily when he gets home from work, changing diapers, feeding in the middle of the night etc. He is such a hands on Dad, and I couldn’t feel more blessed. There is no one else in the world I would have wanted to do this with! I love you Slade, thanks for the constant daily laughs and for being such a wonderful Dad to our baby girl. We love you! ? swipe left ?? @skylargraysmiley @sladecbd #fatherdaughter #bond #baby #babydaddy #love #ivfbaby
According to Insider Edition, the product label has since been changed.
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