Hempotion Review: 60-Second Summary
Hempotion is yet another example of an outwardly unscrupulous CBD vendor. Whether it’s information on source material, innovative products, a bold and uplifting mission statement, laboratory test results, or charitable intentions that one seeks, disappointment is sure to fill the hearts of any would-be visitors to Hempotion’s site.
Hempotion Brand Review
Although we are firm believers in the ‘K.I.S.S.’ way of life, there is such a thing as ‘too simple.’
One will be hard pressed to find any relevant information on Hempotion’s website at all, other than a few run-of-the-mill links to studies on CBD for epilepsy and the like. They do state that the products sold are organic, meaning we could choose to assume the hemp they source is also organic, but we are not convinced.
Prices range from $30 to $150, and those who have a hard time making decisions will be delighted to hear there are only four items for sale — three different tinctures and a CBD lotion.
A spark of hope ignited in our hearts when our eyes wandered to the ‘lab results’ button at the top of the web page. Somewhat mysteriously, this is the only button on Hempotion’s site that is completely inactive. Furthermore, Hempotion claims they make their oil through a ‘proprietary process’ and is ‘unfiltered,’ claims that leave us scratching our heads. Hempotion does absolutely nothing new, and even so much as a mission statement remains elusive. We recommend browsing any one of our four- and five-star-rated vendors instead.
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