We purchased this CBD product and tested it at independent testing facilities to measure levels of CBD, THC, and other cannabinoids and compare the results to the manufacturer's claims. Here are the results. (Learn more about our review process.)
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BioMDplus claims to have 33 mg of CBD per 1 mL serving, as well as around 0.9 mg of THC, and it's from hemp that's rich in cannabinoids which work synergistically with each other. The labs found over 35 mg of CBD and no meaningful levels of any other cannabinoids.
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*It's common to see CBD doses at 5 mg, 15 mg, 25 mg, and 50 mg for consumer products. Researchers use much larger doses (25 mg to 1500 mg of CBD). CBD dosing is highly individualized.
BioMDPlus “full spectrum CBD oil” came in at 10.5 cents per milligram of CBD. The average full-spectrum extract costs 10 cents per milligram of CBD. However, this pretty much just CBD and the average cost of oils from CBD isolate is 7.5 cents per milligram. This product was also $115, making it an expensive entry point.
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· 1 oz (30 mL)
· 1000 mg CBD
· Flavor: Natural
· Full-spectrum (conflicting information)
· THC: Yes (on the website), however, the bottle also states THC free
· Other cannabinoids: Yes
Instructions: take half a dropper twice daily.
BioMD+ makes conflicting claims. BioMd+ claims on their website that this product is a full spectrum CBD oil, which should include CBD, THC, and other cannabinoids. They specifically claim that it has 0.9 mg of THC per gram, which is a considerable amount. However, the bottle also states that this product contains “zero THC.”
Our independent lab tests suggest that this is not full spectrum as claimed and is from a CBD isolate. Lab A found trace amounts of THC, CBDV, and CBG that are extremely low and considered non-detectable by many labs, including lab B. It’s basically nothing but CBD.
The independent labs found that BioMD Plus contained 5% to 9% more CBD than suggested by their label. However, they also have conflicting THC claims.
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This is the first and last BioMdPlus product I will review.
Update: BioMD+ reached out via Youtube and they believe they sent the wrong product. I received "isolate" instead of "full spectrum." I tested it as "full spectrum" because I purchased "full spectrum", the image on the purchase screen was identical to the bottle I received, and the packaging slip also stated "full spectrum." According to the photos on their website, the products with THC and without THC appear identical. The similarity is likely why I received the wrong product. Here's my update: it's not good.
I paid for a full spectrum extract and didn’t get it. Does it matter what the cost is? It does. This was $115 for 1000 mg. I've tested actual full spectrum CBD with over 1800 mg for $30.
It tastes excellent for a full spectrum extract, and that might be because it’s not full spectrum. It’s flavored with terpenes and tastes like an orange creamsicle. Taste is not the issue with this product.
While this product passed with flying colors for CBD potency, it failed at all the other cannabinoids. I didn’t even need to send this one to the labs. The website claims “full spectrum” with 0.9 mg of THC per gram. However, the bottle also claims “isolate” and “THC Free.” My independent lab tests suggest that this product is just CBD with no meaningful levels of other cannabinoids.
The bottle is made of premium glass that is painted to protect CBD from sunlight, which causes deterioration of the CBD molecule. The label is also premium. The dropper is labeled, which is nice. Unfortunately, the label’s claims conflict with BioMDplus’ website.
There’s conflicting claims on the BioMDPlus website and the bottle of the product we reviewed. It’s sad when a CBD company tests poorly at the labs when they claim to “offer relief from pain, stress, anxiety and discomfort for those living with chronic conditions.”