Prime My Body Review
Prime My Body’s claim to fame was being one of the first to offer an innovative liposomal delivery system wherein cannabinoids are encapsulated inside phospholipids, allowing for dramatically enhanced absorption. Since then, they’ve taken things further with their yet-to-launch CBD oil which uses ‘Nano Sonicated Technology’ to create the liposomes which surround the compounds. Their line is focused and appears top notch, but there’s a catch — to date, you have to be an affiliate member to purchase directly from the company. Yep, here’s another multi-level marketing CBD brand out for world domination. The products aren’t too shabby, but proceed with caution.
Prime My Body Brand Review
Prime My Body is a source for more than nano-enhanced CBD oil; one can also find products like superfoods protein powder and a sophisticated liver detox system. CEO Paul Rogers was formerly the president of a $600 million/year health and wellness company who now has his sights set on taking Prime My Body international through their multilevel marketing model.
To become an affiliate, you must pay a $39 enrollment fee which gets you your own website, back-office software, and a rewards program emphatically advertised as the best around.
And Prime My Body is somehow connected to another CBD company, Quicksilver Scientific, offering virtually the same products, utilizing the same technology, and employing the same scientific brain: Dr. Shade. We are unsure as to exactly how this business relationship works, but clearly people are confused, as there is a question on the PMB message board asking why not just buy the CBD products from Quicksilver Scientific.
PMB uses domestically sourced industrial hemp that is then extracted with ethanol and put through a chromatography process to separate THC. We don’t necessarily have a problem with the ethanol extraction method, provided the company in question conducts testing for residual solvents. PMB does not appear to test for solvents, plus their CoAs are not SKU specific and are generated by Quicksilver Scientific (in this case, not a third party). Therefore, we must withhold the Safety Badge in this instance.
The Prime My Body CBD product line is simple, and the cannabidiol contained herein all falls within the liposomal, water-soluble category:
- Nano-enhanced CBD oil- full spectrum, water-soluble CBD in tincture form
- CBD oil for pets
- CBD moisturizer
- RECEPT- This is the newest offering that is now only available for preorder by affiliates. A full spectrum CBD product, the liposomes in RECEPT are created by sonication, a new method to produce liposomal delivery products we’ve never seen before.
Something we can’t help but mention is that Prime My Body is launching its own cryptocurrency, $PMB. This digital token (if it comes to fruition) will act as a method of payment between affiliates, the company, and maybe even customers. Here’s the problem — paying affiliates in a token with no proven value is risky to say the least. When these affiliates go to exchange these tokens for Bitcoin and subsequently fiat currency, they’ll have to endure fees and the risk that the coin is worthless.
Bottom Line – Prime My Body is a CBD company that operates on the MLM model, and we are historically hesitant to get behind these types of brands. They check the boxes on quality, mission, and innovation, but we are suspicious of their known penchant for inflating numbers at conferences, their lack of third-party testing, and the undisclosed nature of their relationship with Quicksilver Scientific