Ever search for “CBD” on Amazon.com? If you’ve bought any of the products that come up, including the site’s “Best Seller,” it’s likely you’ve been fleeced.
According to Amazon.com’s drug and paraphernalia policy, “Items containing CBD/cannabinoid or full spectrum hemp oil, including topical products, are prohibited from listing or sale on Amazon.”
And yet, when you search “CBD” on Amazon.com, this policy doesn’t come up—but dozens of products do.
When the Organic & Natural Health Association tested the Amazon.com products associated with the search term “CBD,” only one contained CBD.
Where CBD oil comes from and how it was produced matters.
Until Amazon cleans up its act, dietary supplement purchases are just too important to leave to the reckless online retailer.