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Users of Tetra CBD Oil are experiencing results that before now were only possible through prescription medication. It’s obviously much cheaper, and [sic] safer alternative and because of that pharmaceutical companies are finding it harder to keep patients using their prescriptions.

Here they call it Tetra CBD Oil. In other ads, there are other names. Other ads feature different celebrities such as Dr. Phil and Oprah Winfrey; some quote a price of $7. They claim that large pharmaceutical companies immediately tried to buy them out, and that Dr. Gupta refused, saying he and Dr. Oz wanted to give everyone a better life without pharmaceuticals, even if it meant the failure of a pharmaceutical company. The ads all feature similar testimonials from several people including Garth Brooks. The faces looked familiar: I think they are the same people in ads for different products.

There are plenty of red flags in these ads, but there is no need to point them out, because this announcement is featured on the Dr. Oz Facebook page:

When I tried to revisit the first ad I saw, featuring large pictures of Oprah and Oz (but not together), I couldn’t find it again. I suspect Facebook removed it. Their stated policy is “Facebook does not allow its advertisers to directly feature CBD in an ad.”

All sorts of ads for CBD oil have been popping up on my Facebook news feed. Many of them feature Dr. Oz. They have much in common, although they promote different products.

Ads selling CBD oil feature Dr. Oz and other celebrities, but Oz warns that he never endorses products, and that ads using his name or image are fraudulent.

They quote the Journal of the American Medical Association as stating:

In June 2019, however, 4Bush Holdings, LLC was sued by a Portland-based coffee company called Coffee By Design. 4Bush was selling CBD coffee under the name CBD Coffee. Coffee By Design holds the trademark for the term “CBD” in the coffee industry. The lawsuit is ongoing.

However, the specific “CBD Gummies” product from Dr. Phil and Dr. Oz is not one of the good CBD Gummies products.

Some of the stated benefits include:

Who’s Behind the Dr. Phil and DR. Oz CBD Scam?

Hidden Shipping Fees: In the fine print, you’ll learn that your CBD Gummies order comes with a shipping and handling fee of $7.95.

There’s also a string of Facebook comments from fake users describing the CBD product as a cure-all.

Another famous as-seen-on-TV doctor, Dr. Sanjay Gupta, is also quoted on the fake webpage. He describes CBD as “hands-down the most health-conscious solution for older men and women.”

The fake webpage claims that Dr. Oz discussed CBD Gummies and the health benefits of CBD in his “most-watched episode of 2019”.