‘Miracle Smoke’ And Mirrors – Our Analysis

‘Miracle Smoke’ And Mirrors – Our Analysis

We have received a lot of inquiries from folks who have been taking a look at, or have already been using, Miracle Smoke CBD Vape oils. Some of the questions were, “Why are you not carrying the vape oils?” Others were, “Do you have anything that is stronger? I don’t feel like this is potent enough…”

Rest assured, we here at CBDGum.NetworkofHemp.com are always looking to bring to you the best in CBD Hemp Oil products, and being able to weed out (pun intended) the products that we feel are either not safe, are marketed deceptively, or do not fit our theme that hemp CBD products should be geared towards being clean and effective. When a company passes those tests, we will put them on our site.

The M.S. Products Are Not What They Say They Are

What do we mean by ‘Not What They Say They Are’? For starters, we are going to look at their website and how the product is described.

Below is a screen shot of their website, with the second slider image displayed. You can click to enlarge it in a new browser window/tab.
Miracle Smoke And Mirrors - An Analysis Of This CBD Vape Oil

At first glance, the slider on the homepage claims that the product contains 30% Hemp CBD Extract. This may hold true for their source oil, similar to what we carry here. It is very reasonable to believe that this is a true statement.

However, where things get fishy with the product is that they DO NOT inform you to the exact amount of CBD contained within their 10ml bottles, or this information is not readily available and easy to find (we have yet to find it!). So, according to their advertisement, their vape oil is actually a 30% CBD concentration.

There Is Not 30% CBD In This Product

After digging deeper, it is found that there is supposed to be 30mg of CBD per bottle. A far cry from the deceptive 30% advertisement in their slider. How can you find this out? The math is pretty simple.

Each single milliliter (ml) of fluid will weigh approximately 1 gram. In each gram, there are 1000 mg’s. Already we are at a 3% CBD concentration if you had a full 30mg of CBD in only 1 ml of fluid. But it gets worse…there are 10 ml’s in each bottle. That means that their advertised 30% CBD is really only 0.3%!!!

What we also found deceptive was the claim that their oils are the strongest in the industry, at 30mg CBD per 10ml bottle. 0.3% is far from the strongest, especially when compared to the 1% in the Tasty Vape products, the 1.5% strength of the Hemp Honey Liquid oils, and the 5% strength of the Bluegrass Naturals EMist vaporizer oils. And it definitely isn’t anywhere near the 24 – 41% CBD Dabs from Hemp Remedies.

It’s Not All Bad News

After performing a little more research, we were able to find some test results for the MS vape oils here at Analytical360. What we discovered there is that their product actually out-did their stated estimates. This particular bottle contained approximately 75mg’s of CBD, where their stated amount is 30mg per bottle. This is a step in the right direction, though we still do not like the 30% CBD in their advertising, as we feel that is incredibly deceptive marketing, and is nearly 50 times the amount actually found within the product.

All in all, we would like to see some more candidness regarding the product from the manufacturer/distributors of Miracle Smoke before we look into possibly carrying their oils for our customers.

[UPDATE] We have just discovered that there is a ‘45%’ Miracle Smoke Product. When you do the math, 45mg in 10ml of fluid DOES NOT equal 45%, but a paltry 0.45%, which is a 100x increase between what the product actually contains versus what they claim it contains. If it were a 45% CBD product with 45 mg’s CBD, there would only be .1ml of liquid, not the 10ml currently in the product.
Miracle Smoke Seems To Be Selling A Scam CBD Vape Oil?

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