Green Angel CBD Review
- Green Angel CBD Review
CBD Oil Review rates the Green Angel CBD Brand with two stars because it qualifies for the Mission & Quality Badges.
Green Angel CBD: 60-Second Summary
Green Angel CBD presents quite a few red flags when it comes to their CBD product line. For one thing, as of the time of this review, they don’t talk about testing, at all. And Green Angel CBD only discloses the ingredients on a few of their products; most, they don’t even disclose how many milligrams of CBD are in each. So in the end, we found it’s very hard to know what is actually inside the bottle you’re going to buy and ultimately, consume.
Green Angel CBD Brand Review
Founder John Dee is a certified recovery coach and former opioid addict who helps people to recover from addiction. Once he personally experienced the natural benefits of CBD during his own recovery, he wanted to share the love with the people that really need it. Thus, Green Angel CBD was born with a focus on making CBD accessible and affordable.
This is a good start, but we’re a bit concerned with where it goes from here.
Apparently, Green Angel imports their CBD oil from Amsterdam. It’s also supposedly ‘tested’, though Green Angel discusses virtually nothing about this. Especially in cases where you know an American vendor is importing their CBD oil, it’s critical to have adequate testing to back up its safety and quality. Green Angel’s language about potency and contaminants testing is nonexistent, and there are no tests anywhere online to verify their CBD (as of the date of this review 4/24/2020).
To add to the lack of transparency, Green Angel doesn’t state how much CBD is in the majority of their products. And to top it off, they don’t disclose the ingredients in most of them, either.
CBD salves, topicals, coffee beans, and our favorite, the ridiculously priced $30 CBD lip balm, and more — you’re expected to purchase these products without knowing how much cannabidiol is in each nor the ingredients.
Green Angel says they want to make CBD accessible to everyone, but we expect them to disclose what’s in their products. Not only it lacks transparency, but for people with specific health issues or anyone who wants to achieve accurate dosing, it’s impossible if you don’t know how much CBD you’re taking.
Bottom Line – We are wary of Green Angel CBD’s product line with zero CoAs or ingredients lists to back it up. We find it unwise to offer CBD products for sale online without disclosing the ingredients and the amount of CBD in each.
Badges For Green Angel CBD
Green Angel CBD uses cannabidiol from hemp grown on family farms in Amsterdam that is cleanly extracted with CO2.
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Green Angel CBD to sue city, NYPD for seizing 106 pounds hemp in pot bust
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A Brooklyn CBD wholesaler whose 106-pound shipment of hemp was seized last month when the NYPD thought it was wacky tabacky plans to sue the city for $10 million in damages.
Oren Levy, owner of the Brooklyn-based Green Angel CBD, and his brother Ronen Levy are suing for the loss of the business’s massive shipment, which Oren Levy says is worth $60,000 — and is still in the hands of the NYPD, according to a notice of claim filed Wednesday.
Massive marijuana shipment confiscated by NYPD is legal hemp: business owner
They’re also suing for the false arrest of Ronen, who tried to pick up the shipment for his brother from the 75th Precinct after FedEx reported it to the police.
“I have friends who are police,” Oren said at a news conference on Wednesday. “I didn’t think they were going to screw me over this way.”
Sandford Rubenstein, who represents the brothers, said they are also mulling a lawsuit against FedEx.
The Levys’ announcement came a day after the Brooklyn District Attorney announced it was dropping drug trafficking charges against Ronen.
But the NYPD is still holding onto the haul for now, saying Green Angel did not have a required permit for the product.
NYPD Sgt. Jessica McRorie said in a written statement that the department will review the suit. She also insisted Oren did not have permission from the New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets to sell or buy hemp, and thus was in violation of state law.
The city’s Law Department and FedEx did not immediately respond to requests for comment.A Brooklyn CBD wholesaler whose 106-pound shipment of hemp was seized last month when the NYPD thought it was wacky tabacky plans to sue the city for $10 million in damages. ]]>