CBD Pure is one of those companies that could probably benefit immensely from investing just a little more into their website, and into their “brand” as a whole. We only say this because we feel that the quality of their online presence should merit the quality of their CBD oils!
Now, that’s not to say that they have a bad website or a poor online presence – it’s just that, when you’re living in a world that’s so geared towards web presence and social media, it really is imperative to invest massive amounts of time and effort into distinguishing your brand from the competition.
That being said, we were actually turned on to CBDPure from a friend who lives in Colorado that grows the hemp used to make their oils. Since we knew his hemp is of the highest organic quality (and thus is not cheap), we were certain that any CBD oil made from it would be of equally high quality – and we were right.
CBD Pure hasn’t been in the game for more than a couple of years, but mark our words they’ll be a brand you’ll be hearing more of in the coming months. Check out their complete list of specs and prices below, in addition to our personal take on their range of hemp extracts.
Or, you can hop on over to CBDPure.com if you want to start checking out the brand and their current product availability.
CBD Pure Quick Summary
“Absolutely LOVE the new Soft gels… Never liked the taste of the raw hemp, but these are super convenient and work great.”
Who Is CBD Pure?
Like we said, CBD Pure likely isn’t a brand that you’ll stumble upon with a random internet search for CBD oil. They invest much, much more of their time and effort into the actual product that they’re making (specifically their extraction processes), rather than their web or social media status.
This isn’t a bad thing at all (the only thing that really matters is the quality of the end product), but it is kind of a shame because you’d imagine that a lot of people might miss out on their quality, simply because they’ve never heard of the brand before.
In terms of who CBD Pure is, they’re a legitimate West Coast operation based in Washington state (though they’ve also got a corporate office in Haslemere, England). All of their 100% organic hemp is sourced from a small farm in neighboring Colorado, and they have invested in one of the premier third party analytics companies, SC Labs, to test all of their CBD oil samples for purity and cannabinoid profiling (i.e. to make sure that they are rich in CBD and THC-free).
CBD Pure Highlights
Like we just said, one of the main highlights of CBD Pure and their range of products is the fact that they’re a 100% USA operation (no low quality Indian or Chinese hemp) that uses SC Labs to analyze their products. If you’re unfamiliar with SC Labs, just be advised that they’re one of (if not the) top third-party cannabis testers in the country. In other words, not a lab that a cheap, “bottom shelf” CBD manufacturer would use.
Here are a few more highlights of the CBD Pure brand, their extraction process, and their lineup of CBD oils:
- 100% Organic: Every one of CBD Pure’s oil tinctures is sourced from an organic industrial hemp farm in remote Colorado, and is tested for trace amounts of fertilizer, heavy metals, and other contaminants
- Super Affordable Pricing: Compared to other similar quality brands, CBD Pure’s range of therapeutic CBD tinctures are actually super affordable – and in our opinion make up one of the best values in the industry (see below “Costs” section for current exact prices)
- All of Their Products are Guaranteed: That’s right, if you buy a CBD Pure oil and are not satisfied with it or how it works, you can simply contact them and they offer a 90-day money back guarantee
- CO2 Extraction from Whole-Plant Hemp: Like pretty much all of the other brands here on our site, CBD Pure employs a supercritical CO2 extraction process on their raw, whole-plant hemp. This results in a full-spectrum CBD product (it is NOT an isolate) that contains other healthy hemp compounds like Omega 3 and 6-acids, flavonoids, and terpenes.
- SC Labs: Like we mentioned, one of favorite things about CBD Pure and their range of oils is that they’re not afraid to go to one of the nation’s leading cannabis analytics labs to have the quality and consistency of their products verified.
When it comes to negative aspects of CBD Pure, there honestly aren’t many! If anything, the only thing we might recommend they work on improving is the quality of their website and their online presence, so that more people might find (and start using) their products.
However, if/when they do get more popular they’ll probably start charging more for their oils, so maybe it’s better for us if they remain a small, little-known brand!
“Used the cheapest 100 mg oil for my insomnia, and it's working great so far.”
My Personal Experience with CBD Pure
If you’ve read up on the “Who We Are” page here on ShoppingCBD, you’ll know that I primarily use Pure CBD oil to treat chronic leg pain that stems from a lower back issue that I’ve had for years. In an effort to try and make the cannabis and CBD oil markets more transparent for potential customers like you, I’ve developed this website to try and get the word out on the brands I’ve had the most success with.
However, I actually decided to try the Pure CBD for some severe migraines that I had been having for several weeks. I had purchased a bottle of their 300 mg tincture several weeks back (like I said after I had heard about them from the farmer who provides their hemp), but had actually not used it because my leg/spine had not been giving me much trouble.
When one of the completely random (yet totally severe) migraines that I sometimes get popped up, though, I decided to give it a shot and boy, it wiped it out completely within two hours.
I would say the initial effects were apparent within 30 minutes, but the slow and steady pain relief just kept becoming more and more potent until the entire migraine was washed away. I honestly cannot wait to try it out for the leg pain (although hopefully it doesn’t come back!).
For reference, I took a “double” recommended dose (20 mg CBD instead of the 10 mg “single” dose), which I typically do when I get onset migraines like that. Like I said – worked wonders.
Another thing we love about CBD Pure is the simplicity in regard to their range of products. Since they are a relatively small brand that focuses the majority of their efforts on clean extraction processes, they only offer three different potency CBD Oils: a 100 mg, 300 mg, and a 600 mg Hemp Extract. See the CBDPure reviews below.
(*Update: CBD Pure is now offering a 750 mg CBD SoftGel capsule, that contains 25 mg of CBD).
Here are the range of products currently on offer:
- CBD Pure Hemp Oil 100: This is the 100 mg bottle of the CBD Pure Hemp Extract oil. They are naturally (hemp) flavored and contain 3.3 mg of hemp extract per serving. Recommended for very minor chronic pain, mild headaches, inflammation, or light to moderate nausea.
- CBD Pure Hemp Oil 300: This is the oil that I tried out, and like I said it worked wonders on my severe migraine. The 300 oil contains 10 mg of CBD per serving, but you can double up on the dose like I did to receive a 20 mg shot for more intense pain, sleep issues, and also for anxiety (I am going to have my wife try it during her next bout of anxiety).
- CBD Pure Hemp Oil 600: This is of course the brand’s highest-strength CBD oil, and it offers a whopping 20 mg of hemp extract (CBD) per serving. If it’s anything quality-wise as the Hemp Oil 300, it would likely work wonders for chronic pain, insomnia, anxiety, chronic inflammation, and potentially even depression.
- CBD Pure SoftGel 750 Capsules: The CBD Pure 750 SoftGel Capsules come in a bottle of 30, and each gel tablet contains 25 mg of CBD each (30 tables x 25 mg each = 750 mg total). These are recommended for people who don’t like the taste of the oils, and/or people who have trouble holding the drops under their tongue for the alloted 60 seconds before swallowing. At 25 mg per capsule, though, these are pretty potent and comparable in strength (on a dose-by-dose basis) to the Hemp Oil 600.
Check the company website to find CBD Pure reviews that have been left by customers.
Like we said earlier, CBD Pure’s products are extremely well-priced given their quality. Here is the basic rundown in terms of price for each of their four products:
- CBD Pure Hemp Oil 100: $29.99 / 60 mL bottle (contains 60 single 1 mL doses at 3.3 mg hemp extract per dose)
- CBD Pure Hemp Oil 300: $54.99 / 60 mL bottle ( (contains 60 single 1 mL doses at 10 mg hemp extract per dose)
- CBD Pure Hemp Oil 600: $79.99 / 60 mL bottle ( (contains 60 single 1 mL doses at 20 mg hemp extract per dose)
- CBD Pure SoftGel 750 Capsules: $99.99 (bottle comes with 30 SoftGel tablets at 25 mg hemp extract each)
“Switched to the 600 mg oil for my carpal tunnel, take twice daily and it works well.”
Final Verdict on CBD Pure
All in all, we have become super big fans of CBD Pure, and I no doubt plan on trying out both the Hemp Oil 600 for my chronic leg pain, as well as the new 25 mg SoftGel capsules (I’ll actually get a bottle of the capsules for both me and my wife, as she struggles with the sublingual oils much more than I do).
The last thing I’ll say about them is this: you might seriously want to stock up on what they’ve got at these prices, because when (not if!) word gets out about them, they’ll probably cost double what they do now!