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We wanted to see for ourselves just how difficult it is to get the CBD you’re paying for, so we bought 10 products at random from stores around the Boston area, from oils and tinctures to CBD-infused lollipops and gummy bears. We went to high-end boutiques and smoke shops; corner stores and gas stations.
“We really don’t know how safe it is to use this product when you consider patients who are taking a host of other medications,” he said.
By Ally Donnelly • Published May 22, 2019 • Updated on May 23, 2019 at 1:51 pm
“It’s amazing. I don’t have any pain at all. Nothing!”
Green Roads said in a statement, “Maintaining the purity and quality of our products is always our top priority and so we are pleased that NBC 10’s findings align with the third-party lab report we make available to every consumer through QR coding on our packaging. This accuracy and transparency has been a hallmark of the Green Roads brand since its inception.”
Gummy worms with the marking “Super Chill Products” cost us $10 a bag and advertised 100 milligrams in each worm, but the lab said they don’t have any CBD at all. We wanted a response from the company, but couldn’t find contact information on the package or online. The owner of the store where we bought them did not respond to multiple messages.