MedUSA CBD Review: 60-Second Summary
While one won’t find any Gorgon women with snakes for hair at MedUSA, there is everything from cannabinoid-enriched massage oil, pre-packaged CBD brownie mixes (“Take~n~Bakes”), or pet CBD treats, there are products for the whole family. However, potentially falsified testing data invites a healthy dose of skepticism into our minds and hearts.
MedUSA CBD Review
There’s some great information on MedUSACBD.com, most notably a comprehensive condition-specific list that specifies which cannabinoids (CBD, CBC, CBN, THCV) are most effective for a given health problem.
MedUSA CBD’s products range in price from a mere $5 to a whopping $360 – and everything but the kitchen sink is available here. There are tinctures, edibles, topicals, CBD massage oil, capsules, pet chews, and perhaps our favorite, the ‘Take~n~Bake’: MedUSA eliminates the hard work of baking by creating pre-packaged edible mixes with their ‘just add water’ cannabinoid cake and brownie mix.
What we find rather peculiar is that despite how frequently MedUSA CBD emphasizes the importance of laboratory testing, their lone CoA is for one type of source material only. Furthermore, a quick scan of the verification QR code on the test result page shows that the test MedUSA CBD posted does not match the corresponding results from SC Labs for that batch: the QR code reveals a testing date of September 8, 2016; it appears the CoA posted by MedUSA has been edited to read a date of April 18, 2017. Additionally, the SC Labs test results associated with this particular QR code do NOT show that this batch was tested for pesticides or residual solvents, but the CoA MedUSA CBD has posted on their site shows that the batch WAS tested for these contaminants.
Until these discrepancies are fixed, we have to remain highly skeptical about the safety of MedUSA’s CBD products and subsequently their integrity at large.
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