We earn commissions from some of the CBD products listed on this site.
This happens when you click on our affiliate links and end up making a purchase. An affiliate link is a unique link provided to affiliates to promote an online product (or a service) that is then used to credit sale commissions to the affiliate.
Affiliate advertising is used by most “review” websites on the Internet. Unfortunately, it’s often hidden so people think these review websites do not earn any commissions.
Why are we partnered with these CBD companies?
When I first launched my YouTube channel and later www.cbdreviewlab.com, I was not affiliated with any of the CBD products listed on this site.
However, as my audience began growing and people would ask be to review specific products I quickly realized that testing and reviewing CBD can take a lot of time and money. So to keep this site up and running I decided to monetize with affiliate links – in order to avoid banner ads and pop-ups.
Will this cost you more money?
Nope, but it can save you money! Some companies I’m affiliated with provide me with discount codes.
Does it impact the rankings/ratings of the reviews?
No, my ranking system is determined by the following factors:
- Effectiveness of the product
- Total price of the product
- Price per mg of CBD
- Third-party test results
- Hemp cultivation conditions
- Extraction method
- Type of CBD
- Taste, smell, and appearance
- Company reputation
Please keep in mind that reviewing CBD is a subjective task. So before buying any of the CBD products recommended on this site, make sure you read more reviews throughout the web, compare their features and do your own due diligence.
Why am I disclosing this?
I want to be upfront with my visitors. I consider the reviews on this website to be completely unbiased. However, you have a right to know if I receive any compensation from any CBD products so that you can take that into account when reading my reviews.