So, someone you know has introduced you to BioReigns and you are wondering if you can truly start a worthwhile side business that could one day replace your job.
Well, you’ve come to the right place because we are going to discuss everything you need to know about the company.
BioReigns claims to be the first-ever MLM company that sells water dissolvable CBD products.
It also claims to have a rewarding and “innovative” business program that will let you earn a good chunk of money from the multi-billion CBD industry.
But did you know that BioReigns is not the first company that sells water dissolvable CBD?
Also, what is the big deal about “water-dissolvable” CBD, and what’s in it for you?
These things are what we will be discussing in this BioReigns review.
Of course, we’ll also discuss if you can indeed make a decent income as a BioReigns distributor and whether or not this is a suitable business opportunity for you.
So without any further ado, let’s dive right in.
Founder: Bryan Reed
Price to Join Opportunity: $50-$999 + monthly product reorders
Overall Business Opportunity Rating:
Quick Summary: Before you join this company, you should try the BioReigns product first. Because no matter how hyped these water-dissolvable CBD products are if they doesn’t work for you, then it doesn’t mean anything. How can you effectively promote a product that you don’t truly believe in, right?
I’m sure you don’t want to lie to your customers.
And if ever the product did worked, then you’ll have to consider if this business opportunity is indeed for you. Over 95% of people who joins an MLM company like BioReigns don’t make money in the end, and one reason for that is because of how this kind of business operates, which I will discuss more below.
Nevertheless, whether in the end you’ll decide to pursue a network marketing career with BioReigns or look for other opportunities, here are some training materials to help you out…
FOR BIOREIGNS DISTRIBUTORS
IF BIOREIGNS IS NOT FOR YOU
What is BioReigns?
BioReigns is a Multi-level Marketing (MLM) company that sells CBD related products launched in September 2019 by Bryan Reed.
There’s not much information about Byran outside of BioReigns.
So it’s safe to assume this is his first MLM company and he is currently the CEO.
Please do correct me if I’m wrong.
But if my suspicion is true, then I’m a little worried about the company’s longevity.
Not to take anything away from Byran and his leadership skills, but compared to similar companies like HempWorx and CTFO where founders are seasoned network marketers who already know the ins and outs of the MLM industry…
Bryan has to tick some big boxes.
Most MLM businesses fail during their early years and one of the main reason is the lack of sound leadership and experience of the people in charge.
That being said, it appears that Bryan is not the sole person responsible for the launch of BioReigns.
I found out that three other individuals are at the helm of the company.
Multiple sources reveal that Jojo Contino and celebrity couple Gretchen Rossi and Slade Smiley are also directly responsible for the launching of BioReigns.
Interestingly, both Rossi and Smiley has been involved in a scandal.
Inside Edition did a lab test on one of BioReigns’s CBD products and allegedly found out that it contains much less CBD than it says on its label.
The real CBD content?
Only about 1mg out of the declared 560mg!
The name of the said CBD products isn’t mentioned, but it appears that BioReigns acknowledged that they made some misleading information and are forced to change the product labels. (Source)
I don’t know about you but in my book , this kind of situation cannot be simply blamed on the “misleading label” but this is actually deceit.
Yes, deceit is a harsh word. But how would you explain the fact that the BioReigns management simply agreed to change the product labels?
Its safe to say that all those time, people are paying 560mg worth of CBD and are getting less than 1% of it!
But this is my opinion and if you’d like to contribute in this matter too, feel free to use the comment section below. But let’s remain civil and respectful, okay?
Also, I know you’re itching to know what are the BioReigns products which labels are changed. So, I dug up some of the old BioReigns photos and voila!
It appears that both the CBD Daily Tinctures and CBDzzz used to have 560mg CBD on their labels.
But before we discuss each of the company products, let’s discuss about something important first.
What is CBD – Is it proven to work?
CBD or Cannabidiol is one of the hundreds of chemicals found in Cannabis plants like Marijuana and Hemp.
Many people believe that it can help in various health issues such as anxiety, chronic pain, diabetes, epilepsy, etc.
Here’s a quick video about CBD in the Dr. Oz Show.
There have been countless testimonies from people all over the world regarding the benefits of consuming CBD oil.
No wonder the CBD industry is getting bigger and bigger.
However, there is no scientific studies that clearly proves the health benefits of CBD to human beings.
Is BioReigns FDA Approved?
The US Food and Drug Association has only approved one CBD product in particular that undergone all the necessary tests to be considered a drug.
That is Epidiolex, an oral solution for the treatment of seizures.
Up to date, there are no other CBD products approved by the FDA to cure, prevent, or alleviate any health conditions.
Yet, it didn’t stop BioReigns to make bold claims that their CBD products can work wonders for your health.
BioReigns False Product Claims
In the video below, the company clearly states that its products can relieve pain, help you lose weight, treat epilepsy and seizures, regulates blood sugar, and even prevent cancer!
I repeat that such claims aren’t backed by real data.
And while there is a possibility that your body will respond positively to the said products, there’s also no guarantee that these products will work as advertised.
The claims are either based on personal experience or hearsays, and the only way to test the effectiveness of the products is to try them yourself.
And what of the company’s claims in having the most innovative CBD product, a water-dissolvable one?
Water-dissolvable CBD Oil – Is it a big deal?
There is real science in the idea that water dissolvable CBD can perform better than the oil-based counterparts that are the norm today.
It’s because CBD is fat-soluble, and fat-soluble molecules have poor bioavailability as they don’t dissolve well and have trouble reaching our bloodstream.
Bioavailability refers to the rate a substance (such as CBD) is absorbed by the body to produce any effect.
Human bodies are made up of approximately 65% water, and for us to readily absorb what we consume, it should be 100% water-based.
Enter BioReigns. The company “claims” to have created the first and only proprietary complex of water dissolvable CBD and curcumin.
This is what supposedly makes BioReigns different from its competitors.
According to them, many CBD companies claim to be selling water-soluble products but are actually not.
They added that most of the other companies are using nanotechnology, which is just grinding the oil down to particles.
BioReigns claims that its products literally has zero oil. It doesn’t involve nanotechnology, no emulsification, and it’s not Liposomal.
This unique selling point could benefit you as a distributor and you could make a lot of profits from these products.
But wait! Water-dissolvable CBD? Isn’t this the same kind of product Verum Gold touts about some time ago?
And because VERUM is obviously in the market before BioReigns, and I doubt they are the same company, that makes BioReigns the second company to be promoting this kind of product.
BioReigns CBD Products
1. CBD Daily Broad Spectrum Tincture – An all-natural and oil-free CBD product that contains BioCx, BioReigns’ proprietary complex of Water Dissolvable CBD mixed with Curcumin.
This product comes in regular, extra, and ultra-strength, although the company didn’t specify what is the “strength” on the labels signify.
There is also no exact amount of CBD content specified in each product since BioCx is a propriety blend of CBD and Curcumin, to which the company didn’t reveal enough information.
But my question is… How will people know how much CBD they are actually paying for? Should customers just take the words of the company for it?
Anyways, here are the prices of BioReigns CBD Daily Broad Spectrum.Prices: $69.99 (30ml Regular), $89.99 (30ml Extra Strength), $149.99 (30ml Ultra Strength), $15.99 (5ml Travel Size)
2. CBD Daily Full Spectrum Tincture – An all-natural, and oil-free product that contains our BioCx with CBD and curcumin complex with THC.
This is currently sold at $69.99 (30ml Regular) and $89.99 (30ml Extra Strength).
Again, no exact amount of CBD content is specified in this product. I’m guessing this has something to do with the scandal Rossi and Smiley has been involved in before.
But this lack of information is unfair for customers like you since there’s no way tell how much CBD you are getting from this product.
You’ll probably have to contact the company to fill you in with details.
Note: The only difference between the CBD Daily #1 and #2 is that one doesn’t contain THC while the other does.
3. Limitless – Contains BioCx + BDNF (Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor) peptides.
This supplement supposedly helps your memory, focus, and gives you energy.
Prices: $69.99 (60caps) and $15.99 (10caps)
4. CBD Lean – Contains BioCx + Yohimbine HCI, which helps you burn fat and lose weight. Price: $89.99 (30ml)
5. CBDzzz Sleep Tincture – All-natural CBD product with 5-HTP, GABA, DSIP (Delta sleep-inducing Peptide), and BioCx to help you sleep.
Prices: $69.99 (30ml Regular), $89.99 (30ml Extra Strength), and $15.99 (5ml Travel Size)
6. Relief Pet Tincture – A CBD product for your four-legged pets that contains BioCx.
Price: $49.99 (30ml)
7. Derm Affect – A rejuvenating, anti-aging, and skincare serum that contains BioCx + EGF (Epidermal Growth Factor) Peptide. Price: $69.99 (15ml)
8. CBD Bathbomb – Bathbombs infused with BioCx + Kaolin Clay and Essential Oils. Price: $14.99 each.
9. CBD Gummy – THC-free and gluten-free CBD bummy treats that contains BioCx. Prices: $69.99 (0.75lb) and $15.99 (0.15lb)
10. Organic CBD Gummy – The organic version of CBD Gummy. Prices: $79.99 (0.75lb) and $16.99 (0.15lb)
11. Relief Cream – Topical cream that provides a rapid cooling effect on your skin containing BioCx proprietary complex, Menthol, Camphor, and Arnica. Price: $49.99 (3.3oz)
12. Relief Lotion – Hand and body lotion containing BioCx, Arnica Extract, Usnea Extract, Calendula Extract, Horse Chestnut Extract, and essential oils. Price: $39.99 (4oz)
13. Salve – A balm that contains BioCx, Menthol, Camphor, and Peppermint Oil.
Price: $29.99 (2.3oz)
14. Relief Roll On – The roll on version of the Relief Cream. Price: $49.99 (3 fl oz)
Now, these CBD products do look good on paper, but are they actually worth your money?
What you need to know about BioReigns CBD Products
The company claims that all BioReigns products are manufactured in the US.
The company also claims that its products are produced in an FDA registered and inspected facility. They are also tested by independent third parties for safety and quality, according to Rossi in one source.
I wasn’t able to find any information regarding BioReigns’ CBD extraction process, nor where they are getting their Hemp supply.
2. Third-Party Tests
Also, on the company’s “Documentation” page, the test certificates are issued by Brightside Scientific, an ISO/IEC 17025:2017 (previously ISO/IEC 17025:2005) Accredited Cannabis testing facility in Long Beach, California.
Now, having COAs from credible testing labs and all may give you a form of guarantee that what you’ll be getting are high-quality CBD products.
However, this almost amounts to nothing when the company doesn’t declare in the labels how much CBD each product contains.
How will you know that the certificate is indeed for that specific product?
CBD prices are usually based on the amount of CBD present in the product, among other things.
But because BioReigns is using a proprietary blend on its products and it doesn’t clearly declare how much CBD is on it, there is no way to tell the actual amount of CBD you get for the price you pay.
So before purchasing any BioReigns CBD, make sure to do your due diligence, so you’ll know exactly what you’re paying for.
BioReigns Business Opportunity
Cost to Join – A Pay to Play System
It costs way more than just the advertised $50 to earn a decent income in this company.
While it’s true that you can technically become a distributor for the said amount, it won’t give you the ability to take part in the company’s compensation plan.
To qualify for commissions, you’ll have to purchase at least 35CV worth of products.
The CV or Commissionable Volume is the point assigned to each product or product packages of BioReigns.
Or, you can become commission ready right off the bat by joining BioReigns using any of the activation packages below.
- Distributor Activation – $103
- Manager Activation – $299
- Elite Activation – $599
- Elite Activation Family Pack – $999
The difference among these packages is the products included and your potential income in the company’s compensation plan.
When you join the company, you will likely be encouraged to join using the Elite or the Manager Activation.
But one way of looking at the membership option is that it is a Pay to Play system where you’ll be pressured to pay more money to earn better commissions.
In BioReigns, you can basically buy your rank, which I will discuss in a moment.
Compensation Plan – A Copy of HempWorx’s?
While its product could be considered “innovative” in a way, the same thing can’t be said about the BioReigns compensation plan.
As a matter of fact, the entire thing looks exactly like what HempWorx has. Even the name of the bonuses and the affiliate ranks.
And what’s even more pressing is that during the publication of this BioReigns review, the company doesn’t seem to offer a clear explanation about retailing commissions.
On the company FAQ section, BioReigns didn’t bother discussing how much discount you can get by becoming a distributor and how much can you possibly earn as profits by selling the products at retail prices.
Not even on the official BioReigns compensation plan PDF are retailing commissions discussed.
Nonetheless, let’s find out how you can make money with this company.
1. Jumpstart Commissions
This is a weekly commission based on the CV of the distributors under your team during their first 30 days.
You’ll earn 25-50% from the CV of your team, depending on your rank. You can also potentially earn a total of 85% commissions from all the CV of your team down to 10 levels deep. (Just like HempWorx)
BioReigns uses a UniLevel pay structure to calculate your earnings in Jumpstart Commissions.
In UniLevel, any distributor you recruit will be placed on your Level 1. If your Level 1 distributors recruit new people, the new members will be placed in your Level 2, and so on down to 10 levels.
Now here the catch.
- If you join using the Distributor Pack, you will earn 25% based on the total CV of your first Level only.
- If you join with the Manager pack, you’ll earn 40% on your Level 1 CV, 10% on your Level 2, and 8% on your Level 3.
- As an Elite member, you’ll earn 50% commissions based on your Level 1’s CV, and you can continue earning down to your Level 4 distributors.
As a Distributor, you can get promoted to Manager or Elite by recruiting people and producing a certain amount of CV within a single month.
Or, you can simply upgrade your membership by purchasing the higher activation packages.
This is what I meant about buying your rank in a Pay to Play system.
And I’m not fond of this system because it clearly favors distributors who can spend more money when they join.
Distributor’s commissions should be based on product sales and not on how much you can spend when you join the company.
To earn up to 10 Levels in your team or Enrollment Tree, you’ll have to get higher ranks by building a vast network of distributors that will help you produce the necessary CV requirements.
2. Binary Commissions
This is a monthly payout where you’ll earn 10-20% commissions based on the total CV of your weaker leg. Here’s how it works.
In a Binary pay plan…
You will be given two teams directly under you, the left and the right legs. When you recruit new distributors, you can position them on either leg.
As you build your team, aka your Enrollment Tree, by recruiting new distributors, its only natural that one leg will have more sales volume than the other.
Say you earn 1000 CV on the other leg and 2000CV on the other. You’ll be paid 10-20% based on 1000CV.
The CV on your weaker leg will then be reset to zero while the remaining 1000CV on the other leg will be “rollover” or carried on to the next month.
To qualify for this commission, you must have at least 1 recruits on each leg, 35PQV (personal monthly product order requirements), and each leg must have a total group sales volume of 150QV.
Now, I’ve seen plenty of people who didn’t make a lot of money in a Binary compensation plan because they only have one leg that’s producing a lot of sales.
If you want to make money with this income stream, you’ll have learn how to find the right people to join your team and position them on each leg to guarantee that your sales will balance out.
3. Check Matching Bonus
Depending on your current rank, you can earn a matching commission of 5-30% on all your directly recruited distributors on your team down to the 10th Level.
Whatever each person earns on the Binary Commission, you earn a matching percentage.
4. Monthly Global Pool #1
Each month, BioReigns takes 2% if the total Company Commissionable Volume. Now, this is one thing I like about this company is that anyone, regardless of rank, can receive a share of this pool.
You will earn 1 point for every 4 persons you recruit into the company and 2 points for hitting a new rank within the same calendar month.
The total pool will then be divided based on the total number of points accumulated by all qualified BioReigns distributors, which determine their income.
5. Global Pool #2
This is another pool but for ranked BioReigns distributors only. You can earn points by maintaining a rank of Elite and above.
6. Advancement Bonus
This is a one-time payout given to you by the company once you achieve the rank of E5K and above. You can earn $500 up to $100,00.
7. Expense Bonuses
Depending on your current rank, you’ll be given a certain expense allowance that you can claim once on every rank.
You will get between $150-$20,000 that you can use as you build your team or expand your BioReigns business.
Now, before we get into the juicy part, wouldn’t you agree that HempWorx has an almost identical payout plan?
Don’t get me wrong I’m not saying that it’s illegal (unless it’s patented) to copy another company’s compensation plan.
Still, BioReigns should at least not refer to it as their own “innovative” business plan, right?
And on a more serious note, while it is true that your income potential with this company could be life-changing, it mostly focuses on recruitment.
The company didn’t provide a clear explanation of how much you can make money selling BioReigns CBD, the very products they are so proud of!
Here’s a recent video of the company compensation plan, and nowhere is retailing discussed.
Based on the video and in everything I discussed above, does the company merely rely on the monthly orders of its distributors to make product sales?
Because although I agree that you have to be a product of your own product, it makes no sense that the company isn’t encouraging distributors to sell the products to other people.
If BioReigns CBD is truly revolutionary as “advertised,” shouldn’t these products sell like hotcakes?
Instead, BioReigns basically makes you a paying customer of the company rather than a distributor. Why?
Food for thought.
What is the average income of BioReigns Distributors?
Based on the income disclosure provided by the company, they claim that the average annual income projection of distributors is between $500-2000.
It roughly translates to a monthly average income of $42 to $167, AT BEST!
And while this is just an estimate by the company, I bet we can agree that it’s not the kind of income you’re hoping for, right?
Not to mention that we’re not computing the business expenses and the amount you pay to remain commission qualified the whole time.
As much as I don’t want to give BioReigns a hard time, it’s almost safe to say that you are more likely to lose money in this business than earn some.
But it’s just me, and you are welcome to share your opinions as well in the comments section below. But again, be polite.
Is BioReigns a Pyramid Scheme?
While I had been critical about its compensation plan, I wouldn’t call BioReigns an outright pyramid scheme or a scam.
First, the company sells real and competitive CBD products. Despite a lot of missing data and inconsistencies, BioReigns CBD are tested by a third-party lab, and the idea behind water-dissolvable CBD is backed by science.
Second, distributor commissions are all based on CV tied to product sales. Regardless if customers or distributors themselves purchase those said products, commissions are only paid when products are sold.
However, if most of the product sales are generated in this manner, through the autoship of the company’s distributors rather than genuine retail sales, then I’d change my entire view about this program.
That and the fact that for you to make a decent income with this company, you’ll have to focus on recruitment rather than product sales.
But for now, the company is still in its early stages, and when new developments arise, I’ll be quick to update this BioReigns review.
Conclusion – Should You Join BioReigns?
The first thing you have to consider before you join this company is whether or not the products worked for you.
No matter how “innovative” and “revolutionary” BioReigns water-dissolvable CBD products are, if they didn’t make any outstanding impact on your life, there’s no point in joining.
Because how can you convince other people to buy your products if you aren’t sold yourself?
I’d also like to point out that this business is not for everyone. MLM business like BioReigns is most suitable for people who are comfortable in the sales environment.
All financially successful network marketers have created and managed a large network of distributors under them. You’ll eed to do the same to make a full-time income in BioReigns.
Are you up for the task?
If your answer is yes, then may I suggest that you take a quick look at this program that will teach you how to utilize the Internet to get a steady flow of prospects for your BioReigns business.
BioReigns is not the business for you?
If selling CBD products and recruiting other people is not your cup of tea, don’t lose hope.
There are plenty of other legitimate ways to make money today, and one of which is this business program.
It is the same program that allowed me to earn a full-time income from home without selling any product or recruiting a single person.
If an average guy like me did it, I’m confident that you can too!
Anyways, thank you for taking the time to read this BioReigns review. I do hope that you find the answers that you were looking for.
If you think this is useful, kindly share this with the people you know so they too could benefit from this information. After all, sharing is caring.
So until here and whatever business program you decide to pursue to reach your financial goals, I sincerely wish you all the success in the future.