Lord Jones Review, 1000 mg

$100.00


Accuracy Rating A
CBD Value Score Good deal
Size 1 fl oz (30 mL)
Hemp Type CBD only
THC? No THC
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What's in your CBD?

Test Results

Label Claims

From the label

Total mg CBD

0
mg

Our Test Results

From Lab A

Total mg CBD

0
mg
Difference from label

1.18% less

Accuracy Rating
A

From Lab B

Total mg CBD

0
mg
Difference from label

0.67% less

Accuracy Rating
A

 

The unadulterated test results on this page come directly from these certificates of analysis from two independent labs, which we pay directly. These are two independent lab tests of one product, at one point in time. We do not guarantee that all products or labs will produce the same results. Lab results may differ based on the different methodologies of testing used by each lab or inconsistencies in the product. Learn more about our review process.

 

Cannabinoid breakdown

From Lab A

Total cannabinoids (mg)

0
mg

CBD (mg)

0

THC (mg)

0

Other cannabinoids (mg)

From Lab B

Total cannabinoids (mg)

0
mg

CBD (mg)

0

THC (mg)

0

Other cannabinoids (mg)

 

Value: Cost per cannabinoid

* Based on test results from Lab A.

CBD

Cost per mg CBD

$
0

Value Score

Good deal

All Cannabinoids

Cost per mg cannabinoids

$
0

Value Score

Good deal

Rare Cannabinoids*

* excluding CBD, CBDa, THC, & THCa

Cost per mg rare cannabinoids

$
0

Value Score

Fair deal

 

Product Information

Details from the manufacturer

  • 30 mL (1 oz.)
  • 1,000 mg CBD
  • THC: No
  • Other cannabinoids: Yes

Ingredients

Ingredients: Broad spectrum CBD oil and pure grape seed oil. Contains no THC.

About the product

Lord Jones (sold at Sephora) claims this product is a broad-spectrum hemp extract, which should include CBD and other cannabinoids but zero THC.

Our lab tests found CBD, CBDV, and zero THC. It does not contain other cannabinoids as suggested by the term “broad spectrum,” but that is typical for broad spectrum products on the market.

Lab B found that this product contained 0.67% less CBD than suggested by the label, which is exceptionally accurate.

You can take this product sublingually or for skincare.

Cannabinoid breakdown per mL

From Lab A

CBD (mg / mL)

0

THC (mg / mL)

0

Other cannabinoids (mg / mL)

From Lab B

CBD (mg / mL)

0

THC (mg / mL)

0

Other cannabinoids (mg / mL)

Lord Jones claims to have 40 mg of CBD per 1.2 mL dose. Lab B found that each 1.2 mL serving contains 39.73 mg of CBD and 0 mg of THC. This CBD is extremely accurate.

About the company

Lord Jones is a premium CBD brand that was founded in 2013 in Thousand Oaks, California. Lord Jones made international news when it became the first-ever CBD line sold at Sephora in 2018, pushing the CBD industry into a new realm of mainstream retail. It was sold to Cronos Group in 2019, which is primarily owned by big tobacco’s Altria Group (Previously known as Philip Morris and best known for ownership in Marlboro and JUUL e-cigarettes).

The good:

  • Lord Jones is the CBD brand recommended by celebs such as Olivia Wilde, Mandy Moore, Katy Perry, and Kristen Bell.
  • It’s gained credibility by earning the “Clean at Sephora” stamp of approval.
  • Altria is a multi-billion-dollar company with access to sophisticated lab equipment.
  • Lord Jones’ beautiful packaging makes a perfect gift for your fancy friends.
  • Cronos has a 4.2-out-of-5 score by employees on Glassdoor. Happy employees make happy CBD customers.
  • Lord Jones gives a military and teachers discount.

The bad:

  • Altria’s ownership in JUUL e-cigarettes is also controversial because some people, such as researchers from JAMA, partially blame JUUL for the youth e-cigarette epidemic.
  • The Canada Securities Administrators observed “inadequate transparency” at Cronos. Cronos purchased Lord Jones for up to 150 times its 2018 revenue, and the Chief Executive of Cronos owned 40% of Lord Jones. It raises shareholder eyebrows when a CEO quietly buys his own company. The SEC is currently investigating Cronos.
  • The ownership by Altria Group and their association with Philip Morris is a deal-breaker for many consumers. If you don’t know why let John Oliver help you out with a segment called “some women prefer to have smaller babies.”
  • In August 2006, the Altria Group was found guilty of civil fraud and racketeering. The federal judge said the government had proved their participation “in a decades-long conspiracy to deceive the public about the risks of smoking in order to sustain their profits… they suppressed research, they destroyed documents, they manipulated the use of nicotine so as to increase and perpetuate addiction, they distorted the truth about low-tar and light cigarettes so as to discourage smokers from quitting.”
  • I could not find a Better Business Bureau Score or Trustpilot.com score for Cronos or Lord Jones.

The Internet:

  • An extensive internet search for Lord Jones found no reports of inconsistency, toxins, pesticides, metals, fake products, or unethical business practices. However, the current ownership by Altria Group is another story.

Other Products by Lord Jones

  • Lord Jones offers CBD bath salts, royal oil, skincare, tinctures, gel capsules, gummies, and chocolates.

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