I started taking CBD three months ago...I was skeptical in the beginning like most; I learned about CBD from a support group I was in for parents with children with ADHD, Autism and other child brain development issues. So I started researching more about it, everything I read was incredibly possitive but almost too good to be true....Then I started researching brands and companies and I stumbled upon HempWorx because I was scrolling through PB and saw a post from a friend who was using it and I was blown away by her testimonial. So I made the leap, 30 days to try it and get a full refund... why the heck not!! Long story short, after two weeks my 10 year old son started to show us it was working!! We decided one weekend to use all CBD and we were in utter shock! He was less impulsive, eating three meals a day and he said he just felt more like him self... meaning the medicine wasn’t making him feel like he was in a trance :)
Please note: Our CBD is 100% legal in all 50 states. Under the 2014 Farm Bill, CBD derived from hemp seed oil that has less than .03% THC by dry weight is ideal. Our products comply within these guidelines and is considered to be undetectable in saliva or urine tests, although there can be a rare instance that the small trace of THC builds up in the body over time and may be detected. Due to high demand and for people in High Risk Professional positions, Hempworx brought forth the THC FREE oils in May 2018!

First, as I mentioned above, CBD products are technically still illegal in many areas, or they at least require a prescription for you to be able to possess them. Sadly, many people believe that it is legal to possess CBD products anywhere because they are made from hemp and contain little to no THC. Not only that, but HempWorx claims that it’s 100% legal to own these products anywhere. What they may not tell you however, is that just recently they stopped selling their products to people living in Canada.  As this news article confirms, HempWorx claimed that it was 100% legal to use and possess their products in Canada, but after a government investigation, they quickly stopped selling their products to Canadians.
With our company, we eliminate all restrictions. What happens when you combine the HOTTEST break through products with the MOST lucrative compensation plan POWERED by a revolutionary online marketing system, and people who are dedicated to helping you WIN? A powerful story you have to hear! We invite you to join our team of affiliates who are sharing our powerful products in over 150+ countries worldwide to create financial freedom.
In sum, I would say the HempWorx affiliate program is as good as it gets. And I say that not because I am an affiliate but because I have done the extensive research and backed it up with facts. In addition, I have experienced the company, the products, the market, my customers, the competition and more first hand, not by guesswork. I am happy to answer any of your follow up questions to help you determine if this opportunity is a good fit for you. If you are interested, you can get started taking the HempWorx affiliate program free tour.
First off they charge to be an affiliate, there are enough CBD companies out there that don’t. They lie to you when you’re not paid on time making it seem like your fault, tell you to wait until next payday and then don’t pay you again, they actually e pert you to wait yet another week to get paid for three weeks earlier. They treat you like you’re an idiot and then lie to your face and laugh. They get pleasure from abusing the affiliates, make money off the backs of the struggeling all the while pressuring to buy more, more, MORE! Why throw good money after bad? You shouldn’t have to but that is exactly what they tell you you have to do in order to get paid. Think about this, you’re expected to go into online groups with a bunch of other people selling the same products, how is that helping you make money? It’s not. What these groups are designed to do is indoctrinate you into thinking the way they want you to think. You are the donkey and ‘helping you be successful’ is how they dangle the carrot. Does anyone really believe Josh and Jenna (her maiden name is Kahan, pun intended) make $10,000 a day? There’s videos on the internet where she claims just that. You would think with a daily income like that, they’d own the house they live in but they don’t, it’s a rental for $3,000 per month. For individuals claiming to make $10,000 a day why are they renting a home for 1/3 of Jenna’s daily income? Surely they can afford something more luxurious. The truth be told, it’s all smoke and mirrors and eventually the dominos will start to fall. I predict trouble ahead. Josh and Jenna are the modern day version of a snake oil peddler.

As with any product, it is ultimately up to the consumer to do research about a specific product or brand they want to support. In the hemp industry there is a lot of competition, and rightfully so, as this is set to become a multi-billion-dollar industry in the next few years. HempWorx claims to sell among the best quality CBD products in the world, and they offer an MLM program for interested affiliates.
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Should any legal disputes arise between a distributor and the company, proceedings shall take place in Dallas, Texas, where the matter will be resolved by “mandatory, final, binding, nonappealable arbitration.” However, if the distributor wins, it won’t be a great victory as damages are “limited to the amount of products [he or she] has purchased from the company that are in resalable condition.”
Like any CBD company, HempWorx sell CBD oils. The oils come in three flavours: Natural, Cinnamon, and Peppermint. None of these are made using artificial flavours or sweeteners. The oils are full-spectrum, meaning they contain a full range of cannabinoids from the plant. However, HempWorx also sell a THC-free version if you are worried about the effects of THC.
A 500mg bottle of Hempworx CBD oil costs $69 plus shipping. Before shipping cost it amounts to $0.14 per milligram of CBD. The 750mg bottle costs $89 plus shipping or $0.12 per milligram of CBD. The price per milligram is not outrageous by MLM standards. Still, it’s considerably higher in price than CBD oil products from other trustworthy companies like Lazarus Naturals, Bluebird Botanicals, and CBDistillery.

Josh Zwagil appears to cross both these lines when he claims in an “opportunity” video that those “looking to go all in and build a full-time income” can do so with his MLM, without disclosing what the company’s Policies and Procedures make abundantly clear — which is that most distributors spend more on products than they earn in the compensation plan (See next section). Top HempWorx distributor Judy Stallings, who has been introduced at conventions as the “first-ever 250K affiliate,” has also used inappropriate income claims to bring people into the MLM, writing on her Facebook page last December:


The heat is very much on CBD oil sellers these days as the FDA continues to crack down on companies selling “questionable” (to put it nicely) hemp-based products. In fact, since 2015 – when the FDA first issued warning letters to multiple CBD sellers – the industry has been forced to clean up its act, at least in terms of manufacturing operations and brand transparency.
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