Global Green CBD Review [All About the Brand]

Green Shoppers Written by Green Shoppers
Updated on May 27, 2020

CBD is a hot topic, and lots of brands are jumping on the bandwagon. In today’s review, we are looking at Global Green CBD, another competitor in the UK market. If you’re short on time, check out our quick summary of Global Green pros and cons.

 

Global Green CBD: Quick Summary

Global Green CBD Pros

  • There’s a decent range of products, including oils, topicals, and vapes.
  • The prices are really low, catering to a large audience.
  • The bulletproof coffee shot is unique to this brand.

Global Green CBD Cons

  • Global Green uses ethanol extraction, which is not the safest form.
  • There’s very little information about the company.
  • We couldn’t see any lab reports on the website.
  • Global Green is very vague about its ingredients.

Looking for CBD elsewhere in the UK? Find out which five major retailers are selling CBD in our interesting article.

 

Global Green CBD: Full Review

Global Green CBD is a fairly new competitor in the CBD industry. It’s already got a few reviews on TrustPilot and appears to be a semi-decent company. We decided to give these products a try and find out if Global Green CBD is really worth the cost.

Read on to learn more about the Global Green CBD UK company and discover what we thought of this product range.

 

Who Is Global Green CBD?

Unfortunately, there’s very little information about Global Green CBD on the web. We’re completely lost when it comes to who’s behind this brand and what its values are. There’s a Q&A section on the website, but no ‘About’ page! When you click ‘Our Company’, there is only a sitemap.

The Q&A section contains a few answers. We know that this UK brand lab tests its products using HPLC, which is a common method. Furthermore, the brand suggests that one of the staff members has a 1st class master’s degree in Analytical Chemistry from Durham University. Of course, with no names or faces, there’s no way to verify this.

The website also implies that those who are taking lots of CBD and can’t afford it can get a discount by e-mailing the company. This doesn’t sound like the best business model, but who are we to criticise?

 

Global Green CBD Products

So, on to the products. Global Green CBD sells several product types, including CBD bulletproof coffee, which is something we haven’t seen from a UK brand before. We tried out the products to find out if they’re worth the cost.

 

Global Green CBD Oil

Global Green CBD Oil

Like many brands, Global Green CBD has opted for a dropper-bottle of CBD oil as the flagship product. Oddly, the product description says “bio-available carrier oils” rather than explaining what the oil is. To be honest, that’s a bit worrying.

Each bottle is 20ml. There are several strengths available, ranging from 250mg to 1000mg. There is also a 2500mg option in a 50ml bottle, which is perfect if you’re worried about running out. Prices start at just £25, which is pretty good. However, we would say that you get what you pay for in this case.

 

Global Green CBD-Infused Topical Balm

Global Green CBD-Infused Topical Balm

As far as topicals go, a CBD balm would not be our first choice! The balmy texture is not the easiest to apply to the skin, unless you’re using it on your lips. However, a CBD balm is the only topical that Global Green has on offer at the moment.

Once again, there’s an astounding lack of product information. All we know is that the 30ml tub contains beeswax, coconut oil, and Vitamin E. There’s no indication about how much CBD it contains. One 30ml tub costs £12.50.

 

Global Green CBD Vape Cartridge

Those who like vaping CBD will be glad to know that Global Green stocks a few options. Alongside a standard 510-thread battery (costing £5), there are several vape cartridge options.

CBD vape products usually come in lots of exciting options, but Global Green has opted for cannabis strains. These won’t appeal to everyone, but CBD users sometimes enjoy the earthy, herby tastes. Here are some of the options:

  • Gelato
  • Strawnana
  • Banana kush
  • Granddaddy Purple
  • Blue Dream

There’s more info about the vape cartridges than any other product on the website. However, we’re still left wondering about the ingredients. The label reads ‘Zero VG, PG, or PEG’, but it never says what it contains!

Each vape cartridge costs £35 and contains 500mg of CBD.

 

Global Green CBD Bulletproof Coffee Shot

In case you were unaware, bulletproof coffee is coffee combined with butter and CBD oil. It’s a high-calorie energy drink that people use to replace their breakfast.

Now, we have seen CBD coffee before but never like this. And we don’t necessarily mean that as a good thing! CBD bulletproof coffee is a decent option that we’re sure many people would love. But bulletproof CBD coffee in a pump dispenser? Absolutely not.

You press the pump dispenser down to squirt out 1ml of bulletproof coffee (5mg of CBD) into your drink. It’s unappealing, to say the least. A 100ml bottle costs £45.

 

Global Green CBD Vape Liquid

Global Green CBD Vape Liquid

Finally, Global Green sells CBD vape juice. Since the cartridges aren’t refillable, you’ll need to buy a vape pen in order to use this product. Just like the vape cartridges, these e-liquids come in the flavours of various cannabis strains. However, they come in dropper bottles that you can add to the vaporizer yourself.

Each vaping liquid contains an incredible 3000mg of CBD, which is much more than most CBD vape juices on the market. And yet each bottle only costs £35! It’s a bargain, but we have to question how these prices are so low. Perhaps the 3000 is a typo.

 

Bottom Line on Global Green CBD: 4/10

All things considered, we wouldn’t recommend Global Green CBD. There simply isn’t enough information about the brand and the products. When buying CBD, it’s vital to know about where the brand sources CBD, how it is extracted, and what the products contain. Global Green doesn’t provide this information.

We also couldn’t find lab reports, which is cause for concern when a company uses ethanol extraction. There could be solvent residue in the products, and without lab reports available there’s no way to tell what you’re consuming.

Instead, we recommend that you check out a high-quality brand like Provacan. Read our full Provacan review today to find out more – and don’t forget to look for the discount code!