No it isn’t. It is a genuine good quality product sold to customers who willingly buy it. The products are sold through multi-level marketing. Companies including Rodan & Fields, Avon, Doterra, and Advocare use the same sales strategy. Every sale is credited to an affiliate who gets a commission for the sale. Affiliates also get paid to recruit new affiliates to sell the product. Though MLM business model can be contentious and the genuineness of testimonials product sellers can be questioned, it doesn’t make it a scam. We did another review on a similar company here.
As far as legalities, our company follows FDA laws. Hempworx is legal in every single state. The CBD is derived from HEMP and not marijuana. CBD derived from marijuana is illegal in almost every state. Hempqorx made 7 Million in the first year and 100 MILLION in 2018 and the company is 100% debt free. It was just named the number one MLM company in the world.
"[Legalization] is paving the way for a massive expansion to both the agricultural industries and a spectrum of industries in America," Beckerman said. "[It opens] ancillary service providers from every industry like banking, insurance, finance, merchant processing and packaging labeling distribution. And we're talking about improving products by blending in the superior properties of hemp."
Before there was HempWorx, there was My Daily Choice, an MLM whose main products pre-HempWorx were supplements that you spray into your mouth. Josh Zwagil started My Daily Choice in November 2014, a month after ending a five-year run with an automotive products MLM, Syntek Global, where he rose to the highest rank of Blue Diamond Executive, according to his LinkedIn page. (Fun fact: After Zwagil left Syntek Global, the MLM filed a lawsuit against its longtime president, John Winterholler, alleging, among other things, that he went behind the company’s back and against its interests to market and sell a competitor’s products.)
The show was very slow, and as we were starting to pack up we had a freak snow/sleet storm. Nothing stuck to the ground but it was still damp and cold. Mark packed up most of my stuff and loaded it in the car for me. We went out to dinner after the show, that I came home and just sat on the couch, looking forward to that time when I could take a sleeping pill, and just get some deep rest. I usually don’t like to take sleeping pills or muscle relaxers because I do not want to become dependant on them.
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Tinctures – Typically tinctures are small glass or plastic “dropper” bottles that have cannabidiol oil mixed with a preserving solution such as alcohol. Tinctures were very a very common way to ingest botanical oils prior to the industrial revolution and are experiencing a resurgence in popularity as more people are looking for natural remedies. Tinctures with droppers allow you to put a few drops in your tea, under your tongue, or to bake the oil directly into your food.
Although the HempWorx ‘About Us’ page is filled with excellent information on the history of CBD, there is unfortunately little data about the actual organization itself. We did learn, however, that they use “special” supercritical technology that extracts over 400 phytonutrients from the raw hemp material, and that they don’t use any harmful solvents or heat, which is of course a good thing.