PureKana is a fairly new company but they look set to be a force to be reckoned with moving into the future. They are working hard to be the premiere CBD of the MMA world, through sponsorships of some of the top UFC fighters including Donald Cerrone, Justin Poirier and Sean O’Malley.
This quick breakdown summarizes the content below. My review of PureKana is purely based on my personal opinion and experiences. Your results and experience may vary. We are all wired differently and what works well for me may not work well for you!
PureKana’s mission is to lead the industry in bringing CBD to the marketplace and strives to educate the world on the benefits of this powerful plant medicine. They are based in Scottsdale, Arizona and offer a wide selection of CBD products, including capsules, powders, topicals, oral sprays, edibles and of course, tinctures. Their products contain no pesticides, solvents, herbicides or chemical fertilizers, and all of their products are tested by Pro Verde Laboratories, a third-party lab based out Portland, Maine.
Appearance, Taste & Smell
Their oil is made using the leaves and the stem of the hemp plant and includes all of the cannabinoids that are present in the plant, giving users the entourage effect. The appearance of the liquid is a light golden brown, which is normal for full spectrum CBD.
Their product tastes and smells like mint. I wouldn’t mind if the mint flavor was a little stronger, but overall it’s quite pleasant. If you don’t like the taste/smell of mint, they offer a plain, olive oil flavored tincture as well.
Nothing stands out about PureKana, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing. I would say the effects are like that of any other full spectrum CBD product. I was taking 1 ml worth of PureKana on a daily basis, which is about 28 mg of CBD. For me, PureKana relaxed my entire body and at the time, took away the pain that was in my neck.
In my opinion, PureKana is ideal for:
- Muscle relaxation
- Muscle/joint soreness
Will It Show Up on a Drug Test?
While I passed a drug test after using PureKana, it doesn’t mean you will. This is a full spectrum product, meaning that it contains all of the cannabinoids present in the hemp plant, including less than .3% THC. So it’s quite possible you may fail a drug test if you take PureKana.
If you are subject to drug testing, whether at work or for a sport, you should be cautious with all CBD products.
I feel that price is PureKanas biggest weakness. They offer a great product, but it’s expensive. Their 1,000 mg tincture runs $139, which come out to about $.14 per mg.
Overall I was very pleased with PureKana. They offer a solid product that is effective and does what it’s supposed to do. However, it is very expensive. I think there are other products out there that are just as good as PureKana but won’t cost you an arm and a leg. If the price isn’t an issue for you though, definitely check them out!
If you end up trying them out let me know how they worked out for you in the comments below!