CBD products continue to grow in popularity and get tons of buzz as countless people to add CBD to their regime for the sake of a healthy lifestyle. The ever-growing CBD market is creating innumerable opportunities for entrepreneurs and investors. Not only is it grabbing the interest of consumers but it is also attracting celebrities who are launching their CBD brands.
There was a time when anything cannabis related was considered a taboo in most societies, but after learning of its’ potential health benefits, both cannabis and hemp plants became a hot topic and even publicly endorsed by many celebrities. A handful of influencers and celebrities played their part to drive the CBD industry to even higher heights.
A number of celebrities have establish their own CBD brand, often by partnering with a manufacturer. Think Willie Nelson, Wiz Khalifa, Olivia Wilde, Martha Stewart and others.
Tommy Chong, famous for his stoner comedy going back to the 1960’s was a likely candidate to get involved in the CBD market and he has. Chong also is involved in the legal marijuana industry with his own brand.
As a consumer, it is worth noting that just because a CBD product relates to a celebrity’s brand doesn’t mean necessarily meets the standards of the more discerning consumers among us. Although Tommy Chong’s CBD brand produces what seem to be quality authentic CBND products, some of them are loaded with too many ingredients, such as the Tommy Chong’s Good Vibes Energy Tincture. Our preference is pure, authentic CBD is a carrier oil.
What’s wrong with “Good Vibes Energy Tincture?”
It just has too many ingredients for us.
Yes, it does contain quality hemp-derived CBD but has many other ingredients as well including:
● Vitamin B6 and Vitamin C
● Citric Acid
● Caffeine Anhydrous
● Stevia Leaf Extract
We especially do not like the inclusion of ‘sucralose’, Stevia, and caffeine!
Our preferred choice for a pure CBD free of unnecessary ingredients is CBDPure