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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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Mary’s Nutritionals does not give serving size information in milliliters.
Mary’s Nutritionals Instructions: “Place one drop under tongue as needed.”
Mary’s Nutritionals claims to have 2 mg of hemp extract per drop. An update on their website claims 2 mg of CBD per drop, with a total of 250 drops. We estimate that each drop contains 1.732 mg of cannabinoids, including 1.652 mg of CBD and 0.013 mg of THC.
Mary’s Nutritionals claims that The Remedy is a full-spectrum hemp extract. We confirmed that this product is a full-spectrum hemp extract that includes CBD, THC, CBN, CBG, and CBDV.
The Remedy has one of the most confusing CBD product labels that we’ve seen. The front of the bottle only lists 12.5 grams of weight. The box claims to have 500 mg of hemp extract. Our testing found 432.989 mg of cannabinoids per bottle, including 412.941 mg of CBD.
We found that Mary’s Nutritionals contained 13.4% fewer cannabinoids than suggested by their label.
Update: Their website now claims 500 mg of CBD for this product. Our lab tests found 17.4% fewer mg of CBD than Mary’s Nutritionals now claims.