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.
HempWorx blew us away with the comprehensive nature of their Certificates of Analysis, and excellent sourcing standards, and commitment to education. We were disappointed by their full-steam-ahead focus on the financial incentives for selling (not consuming) CBD. Exhortations like “Cash in on the emerging $7.1 Billion Cannabis industry!” and “…we have a VIRAL product that requires zero selling!” were disappointing to read. This emphasis on their affiliate program (as opposed to a discussion of charitable endeavors) is a little different from other brands. However, HempWorx now makes product pricing and details available right on the site.
The Hemp Industries Association (HIA) reported total U.S. retail sales of hemp products of nearly $700 million in 2016. HIA claims that U.S. hemp retail sales have grown by about 10% to more than 20% annually since 2011. Mostly, this growth is attributable to sales of hemp-based care products, supplements, and foods. Together, these categories accounted for more than two-thirds of the value of U.S. retail sales in 2016.
The results people experience when they start using the CBD oil is what is driving the massive growth. Hemp is an amazing plant and full of beneficial properties. The testimonials I hear every day are amazing. Once you enroll, I can add you to the Hempworx Facebook Group where we all share our stories. If you would like to read some of the results people are experiencing CLICK HERE.
After joining HempWorx, I tested the products myself and I was pleasantly surprised. I bought the HempWorx CBD oil 500mg and the HempWorx pain rub and each has worked very well for my chronic back pain while also providing a calming effect which I like. Great results, but would these products work for my customers? Here’s an example - my very first customer bought the 750mg CBD oil for her arthritis pain. She had tried other products that had THC in them that did not work for her. After a week or so after she bought the CBD oil, I called her to get feedback on how it was going and she said she really didn’t notice a difference so I suggested that she take the oil topically on her pain areas rather than sublingually. A week later she was ecstatic because she was now getting relief from her arthritis pain and this was the only thing that was helping her. She reordered a few weeks later. So now I knew I could check off that main concern of whether the products were for real.
As you comb through the web pages, it’s clear the product is meant for a multi-level marketing scheme. Many of these companies do not expect anyone to actually use the product. They just want people who will buy it in hopes of selling it to someone else. One previous potential customer has said he could not buy the product, as the company demanded a referral. This means multi-level marketing might be their main business. This can lead to problems getting the product for regular consumers, though they do have an option to sell directly to the consumer as well on the website.
But why is hemp illegal in the first place? After all, America was built on hemp, an industrial crop which contains tiny amounts of THC, the chemical compound in cannabis that produces psychoactive effects. Several Founding Fathers grew hemp. Cultivation of hemp was mandated by law in the Massachusetts, Virginia and Connecticut colonies. Beginning in 1631, hemp was legal tender for paying taxes in many of the American colonies and remained so for state taxes until the early 1800s.
There are various ways in which you can and money, and it depends on how much business volume you have earned. Retail customer commissions are paid out on a weekly basis and distributors get wholesale pricing, which is up to 25% off. This means at this level when you sell a product you will earn the difference between the retail and wholesale price. To qualify, you have to buy a starter pack and earn at least 40 business volume points.
Under the historic 2018 Farm Bill, hemp companies should be able to advertise like other agricultural producers and manufacturers. But many businesses say they still face hurdles, especially with digital marketing. A good example is Evo Hemp, a Boulder, Colorado-based hemp food company. “The Farm Bill is opening the doors to have the conversation with […]
Step 1 – ENROLL IN HEMPWORX – CLICK HERE. It’s FREE! Hempworx has one of the best websites and marketing systems in the industry. It’s free to join and take a free tour (because they know you’ll love it!). Your Hempworx website does all the heavy lifting. It takes credit cards, automatically updates when new products are added and tracks all your Hempworx leads and opportunities.
On Dec. 20, President Donald Trump signed the 2018 Farm Bill, an annual piece of legislation that governs regulations and funding across the entire agriculture industry of the U.S. Naturally, such a bill has sweeping effects that have significant implications on both the U.S. economy and food production. This year, however, there is one measure that especially stands out: federal hemp legalization.
You will see from the HempWorx reviews below that these people talking about their experience with HempWorx CBD are overjoyed and can't help but share their story. They want others to get results from CBD as well. It is so heartwarming and sometimes moving to hear these CBD reviews and it's our wish that you have similar or even better experiences with these CBD products! They are truly changing lives and we hope you and/or your loved ones are changed as well.
I’ve used several oils before trying Hempworx. Negative reviews are often from other competitors or other MLM companies too. MLM has received a bad rep because of pushy reps and reps that have spammed people for years. It’s unfortunate that people review a product based upon their opinion of MLM reps. If you really take a look at the Hempworx oil, you will see that it is a pure product. The oil does not have any added non-hemp carrier oil. And if you go to an affiliates website, all you need to do is scroll down to the bottom and click on FAQ. You will get a ton of information. I also think people should keep in mind that if you are google searching for reviews on a particular product, pretty much all the “reviews” out there are also affiliates of each of those companies, and when you click on the links provided, they are receiving a percentage of the sale as well.