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B+ Pure CBD Oil Problems

Considering making a purchase of B+ Pure CBD Oil? You may want to think again.

This email marketing issue has been going around for a few years now, and you need to be careful.

Why? Because B+ CBD oil products either contain a VERY small amount of CBD (not enough to do much of anything) or, potentially, contain no CBD at all. Worst of all, their Better Business Bureau profile is ranked at a 1.5/5 stars.

Wow!

Let’s go over the B+ brand in depth, and the discuss some alternatives that you need to consider when looking for wholesome, CBD-rich products.

B+ CBD Email Approach to Sales

B+ Pure CBD products seem to get a large majority of their clients from email marketing. This is the type of company who gets your email address from somewhere (likely an online form you filled out and didn’t even realize you opted in to their email).

Then, you get spammed non-stop from strange email addresses asking you to buy their B+ CBD products.

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The sad part is, a vast majority of their target market is our elderly population. This demographic is normally in a lot of pain, struggles with sleep/anxiety issues, and has joint pain.

Real CBD products would be an excellent choice for a vast majority of this demographic. B+ CBD knows this, so they target these poor people in their email marketing barrages.

Want to call them before you place an order? Good luck finding their number. They don’t list it anywhere. In fact, I don’t even think they host a proper webpage where you can go get support, contact information, or learn more about their products.

If anyone knows of one, let us know. No one on my team can find it – anywhere.

B+ Pure CBD Oil

B+ Pure CBD oil products have fancy looking labels, and use halfway decent bottles. It looks like a legitimate CBD product, but is it?

Normally, we would scan what’s called a QR code. Premium CBD products ALWAYS (ALWAYS!) have a QR code on them. This is a small, square-shape image that looks like a bunch of black dots.

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When you scan this code, it links to a report that shows exactly how much CBD is in your product. These reports are by third-party labs that have no influence on the results of the tests. This offers the most honest lab results as possible. No one can alter the report to show a CBD content, at all.

Unfortunately (and as expected) B+ Pure CBD products do not have this code, so there is literally no way to verify the CBD content. This, by itself is a huge red flag and should caution any potential buyers.

Hemp Seed Oil vs CBD Oil

After digging around their website for a while, I found a section where they talk about how B+ Pure CBD oil can cure a ton of different health conditions (which is an FDA violation in itself). Right after this, ingredients are listed for their “CBD oil.”

Check out the ingredients for yourself:

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The ingredients they list in this picture is: 100% full spectrum hemp seed oil. This is directly from the B+ CBD website. It looks like they sell both B+ CBD and Veterans Vitality, which seem to be the same company – just different labels.

Guess what? Hemp seed oil has NO CBD in it! This is a common trick by companies who are out to scam people into thinking they are buying a CBD product.

You see, hemp seed oil is different from hemp oil (aka CBD oil). Hemp seeds contain virtually no cannabinoids in them at all. CBD is a popular cannabinoid, and you will not find any in hemp seed oil.

Check out this study done on the CBD content of hemp seed oil for yourself.

According to Oklahoma State University, hemp seed oil is a healthy source of fats and protein, but not a source of CBD. The more we look into this organization, the more we can see just how fake they are.

Alternatives to B+ Pure CBD Oil

At New Phase Blends, we get weekly calls from elderly clients who have been scammed by companies similar to B+ CBD or Veterans Vitality (I believe they are the same organization).

They make a purchase because it’s incredibly cheap and seems like a great offer. They’ve heard about CBD, and really want to try it. The end result is them calling us asking how they can get their money back, or asking what they can do.

Unfortunately, we cannot offer much except some education on what to look for, how to avoid being a target in the future.

New Phase Blends offers a premium, CBD-rich product line that is all verified by lab reports. You know exactly what’s in your CBD products when you buy from us. From gummies, to pills, to drops, to topical balms – we have you covered.

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The best part is (next to finally getting relief) is we offer a money-back guarantee. If you do not like our CBD products, return them. You’ll get all your money back. Have questions? Call us at 561-331-2225. We will answer 7 days a week. Want to place your order on the phone? Again, call us. It’s so easy.

We’re a veteran owned and operated organization that places customer service and quality above everything else. We want to see you get the relief you are looking for, not just sell you something that may or may not work.

People love New Phase Blends for a reason – our products work. We blend REAL CBD with other natural and scientifically-proven compounds to give you the most effective relief possible, when compared to other plain CBD products.

Conclusion | Buyer Beware of B+ CBD

How many more people can B+ CBD take advantage of?. It sucks for the buyer, and it sucks for legitimate CBD companies like ours.

People believe they are buying a real B+ CBD oil product, but in reality, they are just buying a type of cooking oil. Sure, it’s high in healthy fats, but it isn’t going to offer any CBD at all.

Once this scam happens, the user thinks CBD is a scam and doesn’t work. They just don’t know they’ve been scammed – they think CBD doesn’t work, when in reality, they never even tried it.

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Proceed with extreme caution when purchasing B+ Pure CBD. All of the red flags are there. Choose a company like New Phase Blends, instead. You will not regret it.

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