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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Tommy Chong’s CBD claims to have 3.3 mg of CBD per 1 mL serving. We found that each 1 mL serving contains about 3 mg of CBD. However, Good Vibes did not contain THC or any other cannabinoids that a full spectrum product should have.
*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.
The average CBD product costs about 10 cents per milligram of CBD. Good Vibes comes in at 68 cents per milligram of CBD. Tommy Chong’s CBD claims this is a Full Spectrum Nanomized CBD Hemp Extract. Nano CBD costs more to produce. However, the labs found that this product is not full spectrum and we can't verify the "nano" claims. I've tested pure CBD products as low as 1 cent per milligram of CBD.
· 1 fl oz (30 mL)
· 100 mg CBD per bottle
· Flavor: n/a
· Full Spectrum Nanomized CBD Hemp Extract
· THC: Yes
· Other cannabinoids: Yes
Instructions: Take 1 mL (approx. 20 drops per day).
Tommy Chong’s CBD claims this is a “full spectrum nanomized CBD Hemp Extract,” which should contain CBD, THC, and other cannabinoids.
Our independent lab tests found CBD and CBDV. No THC or other cannabinoids were found, suggesting Good Vibes is a CBD isolate and is NOT full spectrum.
The independent labs found that Tommy Chong’s CBD contained 10.3% to 12% fewer milligrams of cannabinoids than suggested by their label.
Tommy Chong is a comedian, actor, and cannabis activist. Check out my in-depth review of Tommy Chong’s CBD company and the controversy of nano CBD here. It’s not all good.
A cost of 68 cents per milligram is absurdly high for CBD. Sure, it’s “nano CBD," which, according to Tommy, is 8 times more "potent" than regular CBD. However, the peer-reviewed studies don't back up those claims. I could also show you CBD that costs as low as 1.5 cents per milligram--instead of 68 cents--and it's real full spectrum.
The taste is extreme and unnatural. It's like an energy drink but ten times more potent. I can't tell you if the flavor is bubble gum, orange, taurine, stevia, or sucralose. Why use two sweeteners? Maybe ease that back a bit.
The independent labs found 10% to 12% less CBD than suggested by the label. It also did not contain the other cannabinoids that a full-spectrum CBD should. It's 3 mg per milliliter dose, which isn't much. Tommy claims this absorbs 8x better than regular CBD. I couldn't feel any benefits, but it would be hard to know if CBD was making a difference with all the additives in Good Vibes, such as caffeine and taurine.
This is labeled as a full spectrum and the labs found that it’s not. The cost is high, the potency is low, the taste is absurdly strong, and the nano claims are unproven by peer-reviewed research. This is a typical nano CBD product.