Haleigh’s Hope was named after helping a girl go from 200+ life-threatening seizures per day to 2-3 on a bad day, according to their website. Note: CBD Examine does not make any medical claims and medical claims by a CBD manufacturer are not approved by the FDA.
- Haleigh’s Hope has a shipping cost of $13 (June 2019).
- Haleigh’s Hope’s product label and website are vague and do no list cannabinoid content.
- The company asks you to join and like a Facebook group to get info on how much CBD and THC is in their product. Many people would like to know how much THC is in their products without joining a Facebook group.
- The Haleigh’s Hope Facebook group distributes information on dosages of their CBD products for specific conditions, which violates CBD guidelines set by the FDA. The FDA considers marketing CBD products to treat particular conditions illegal. While this info may be helpful, breaking the law is a concern and could lead to stricter regulation of CBD.
An extensive internet search for Haleigh’s Hope found no reports of inconsistency, toxins, pesticides, metals, or fake products.
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