ProCanna is not a GOOD Value. NOT AT ALL
I broke down some of the scam-oriented brands in earlier videos. Hemp Oil Extracts can easily get the attention of unsuspecting shoppers because there’s a rising interest in Cannabidiol (CBD) and other Hemp Oil Extract products. With the recent passage of the Farm Bill, there is an increase in interest in all things cannabis, especially CBD and related compounds.
At Hemp Oil Rockstar, we scour the internet for products and perform research on many items in hopes of cataloging a nice spectrum of products which may prove to be good choices of consumers. We compare prices, Certificates of Analysis, consumer surveys and more to help assess what products are better than average for consumers of Hemp Oil extract products. In this effort, we often uncover products such as those from less reputable firms.
These firms tend to be 1) Operating out of a UPS Store or PO Box, 2) Not ever in a Bricks and Mortar (real) store, and 3) unable to provide detailed COAs (the analysis) of their products. This often suggests that they may be importing inferior products to sell to the masses in devious ways just to secure a profit. It’s a lot like the old “snake oil” salesmen of the past. They’re not rolling into town in loaded down wagons and shilling for their nasty oils – they may actually have CBD in them. But, the cost is exorbitant.
In a previous video, I covered a bit about the milligrams of CBD in hemp oil extracts. CBD, being the main cannabinoid, should be prevalent in all of the analysis documents you get with any hemp oil. It should be clear as to the content of CBD and hopefully other cannabinoids – but this is less likely to see. However, Full or Broad spectrum tends to be the best pair of choices for most consumers from a health perspective. Just to point out a key factor: If you’re in transportation or law enforcement or similar, you Don’t want a full spectrum as they WILL have trace amounts of THC which may cause you to “pop” in a drug test. This is true even though the legal limit for THC in these CBD products is under .3% of THC.
The video here covers a recent discovery of another from the long list of products produced by the makers of Brighten, Star and many others. This one is called “ProCanna” and they’re using a nasty trial technique to separate you from your hard-earned cash. If you have money to burn and don’t mind risking the questionable sourcing of their hemp oil extracts, then go for it – you can find them on the internet and NOT in stores (they have no physical stores like Carolina Hemp Huts or other hemp product stores).