CBDfx CBD Oil Review

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CBDfx is a large supplier of CBD products. They have over 50 unique product offerings on their website. Because they are such a large company, you won’t find a brand story or origin on their website, like you do with many other brands in this space. But when Remedy Review talked to a leader of their product development team, the representative stressed quality, safety, and the fact that the brand pre-dates the current CBD craze.

CBDfx sells full-spectrum CBD products at a reasonable price. They have a number of different strengths and concentrations available, including a wide selection of oils, vapes, gummies, capsules, and pet products.

Products available:

  • CBD tinctures and oils
  • CBD capsules
  • CBD for pets
  • CBD gummies
  • Vape pens and CBD vape juices
  • CBD wax
  • CBD topicals
Pros Cons
  • Large product selection, over 50 SKUs
  • Free Shipping
  • 30 day money-back guarantee
  • European hemp

CBDfx 500 mg CBD Oil Review Highlights

Price: $74.99

Value ($/mg): $0.15

Strength (mg/mL): 16

Hemp source: Europe

Posted lab results: Yes. Lab reports appear by each individual product when you shop.

Order experience: The online store is large with lots of drop-down menus. Some products appear in multiple categories. The checkout process is standard for an online order. There is a note at the bottom of the check-out page stating that it’s common to get an error that says “transaction was declined by processor” and encouraging users to call their credit card issuing bank to “remove online purchase restrictions from your card.” They do offer free shipping.


Very natural hemp taste, stronger than some other products.

Editor’s Notes

Remedy Review is constantly working to make the review of hemp-derived products less subjective. That’s why we aim to put numbers around quality, value, and transparency. We also know it helps to hear what a real person thinks about a product before you spend your money. These Editor’s Notes are the opinion of our staff—not a suggestion from the brand and definitely not medical advice. 

  • CBDfx gets points for having third-party test results linked to each product they sell. It’s easy for shoppers to find this information.
    • Speaking with Christian Graversen, CBDfx’s head of product development, he mentioned that having been in the industry since its inception, he’s never seen this much demand. That demand creates incentive for brands to cut corners. Christian thinks consumers should look out for CBD products, especially gummies, priced way below industry standards. Very cheap products might be a sign something is off on the supply chain or contents.
    • The brand also prides itself on seeing test results from suppliers before ever taking a meeting with that hemp source, as they try to ensure quality control from seed to shelf (or online cart).
  • For having so many available products, CBDfx has a pretty simple shopping experience. Using standard mg notations versus tricky terms like “signature,” “classic,” or “special” certainly helps consumers understand what they’re buying.
  • We tested 3 oils.
    • ☁️ / 350mg offered relaxation. A family member used this particular oil for sleep (though she had trouble getting past the taste).
    • ⚡ / 500mg bottle is stronger, and online reviews tout this formula for more serious pain and anxiety.
    • ⚡⚡ / 1500mg bottle mimics the power of medical marijuana, and should be used with care or once a person is familiar with his or her CBD dose.
  • 🇪🇺 / CBDfx sources hemp from Europe. This is a negative if you want to support CBD brands who support the American farmer. This may be a positive for a brand of this size who needs to rely on a consistent, established supply to sustain a robust product line.
  • 👅 / Oils taste like hemp and lingers in the mouth. Although it’s a lighter oil, the taste is still strong.
    • “Taste of hemp” is a phrase that is a turn off for a lot of people, especially folks who are deterred by the smell or taste of marijuana. Again, the equation here is trying to weigh the taste against the relief. Then you can decide if a minute of bitter taste is worth the end result.
  • 👎 / One negative: CBDfx sells some sugary gummies. There’s a contradiction between getting a few mg’s of CBD into your body and eating sugar or corn syrup. Of course this doesn’t make these products or this brand bad, but something to watch for.

Wondering if CBD is right for you?

CBD, or cannabidiol, is a compound abundant in cannabis. If you have questions, you can email me at marc@remedyreview.com. Or check out these medically-reviewed articles.

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