Since Kannaway, the first-ever business to tap the CBD industry, hundreds of others are now competing for this market both MLM and non-MLM including:
Dose of Nature is getting a lot of attention lately, and a lot of people has been asking the following questions lately, so I thought I should do a review on this company:
Is Dose of Nature scam?
Are their products any good?
Can you really earn money from this company?
So, without further ado, let's dive right in...
Name: Dose of Nature
Owner: Richard Richardson
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What is Dose of Nature
To learn more about Dose of Nature, I decided to visit the company's official website. I am somewhat disappointed with my discovery.
For starters, if you are like me who wants to know the personalities of a company before you ever consider buying its products or joining its programs...
Dose of Nature's website provides no such thing. On the "About" page...
The company goes into full extent explaining their mission, commitment, and goals in multiple paragraphs but they didn't bother to take a little time to mention the founder of the company, the product formulators and well, almost every other vital information.
So I decided to conduct my own research and here's what I found.
Company and Founder
Dose of Nature's domain "doseofnature.com" appears to have been created in June of 2013 and was last updated in June of 2018.
The registrant's name appears to be that of a Richard Richardson, and the company's address is 512 E. 1860 S. Provo, Utah.
Interesting enough, I found this FDA warning which appears to be issued to the same Richard Richardson in Dose of Nature.
Other than it sells CBD products, almost everything else about the company is undisclosed.
Dose of Nature Products
In addition to their own product line, Dose of Nature appears to be promoting a range of various CBD products from other companies/brands.
Whether these brands below are their sub-companies or suppliers is still unclear.
I don't know about you, but I wouldn't buy products from a company that do not produce their own products, especially in the CBD industry.
When buying CBD products, it is not just about the cost, it is also about the quality.
With the advancement of the CBD industry, one could safely assume that the products are of good quality if they can provide a Certificate of Analysis from a credible lab with ISO accreditation, and they are certified by the US Hemp Authority.
These are the most fundamental things that are needed to run a CBD company nowadays, however, Dose of Nature is not up to the mark.
What I Like about Dose of Nature
Dose of Nature might be far from the giant names of the CBD industry such as Kannaway but the company has some pretty interesting things going on for them.
#1 Innovative Products
Dose of Nature is one of the few companies that creates and sells nano CBD products that emphasize on maximum absorption.
This could be very beneficial for you (if you are using CBD products) to make sure that you are getting the most from their products.
The company uses BioPulse Nano Technology, Liposomes Technology, BioPulse HydroPods and BioXTrax Technology on their products.
To learn more about Dose of Nature's technology, you can click here.
#2 Offers a Wide Range of CBD Products
Another good thing about this company is that there is no shortage of the different types of CBD and hemp related products that they sell.
Dose of Nature sells CBD oils, ointments, pain relievers, supplements, and even CBD pet products.
My Concerns about Dose of Nature
On the flip side, these are my concerns about Dose of Nature.
#1 Too Many Undisclosed Information
While I am writing this Dose of Nature review, there is a plethora of unknown information about this company.
- Who are the people behind Dose of Nature?
- Are they using organic materials?
- How do they get their hemp to create each product? Do the plant their own?
These are only a few of the many questions that need answers.
In fact, the company doesn't even provide enough information about their products, which brings us to the next issue.
#2 No Information on Products
There is no information whatsoever about each of the products that Dose of Nature is selling on their website. All you get is the price, an image and an add to cart option.
There is no way to tell what are the contents of each product, what it is for, etc.
For a company that sells health and wellness products, it is almost mandatory that Dose of Nature provides any form of assurance to the public that each of its products are safe for consumption. May it be laboratory results, case studies, anything at all.
#3 Safety Issues
Dose of Nature mentions no lab testing on any of their products. Well, if they didn't bother providing the necessary information about the products they are selling, what can you expect right?
The company mentions these innovative and breakthrough technologies they are using to create their products...
But they fail to provide any laboratory results and studies that support their claims.
And because this CBD company is rarely heard of, it is almost impossible to find any reviews from people who have used their products.
I spend more than an ample time doing extensive research but other than this FDA warning, no luck.
Is Dose of Nature a Scam?
I would say that Dose of Nature is not a scam.
Although, I cannot blame the people who are worried that there might be some Dose of Nature scams going on. With the minimal amount of information we know about this company, it is entirely possible.
I have exhausted all available resources in writing this Dose of Nature review to make it as comprehensive as possible, but this is the best I can do.
If you have a piece of valuable information about this company, its products and anything at all that I haven't included on this review...
Please feel free to share it to our readers in the Comment Section below.
Is Dose of Nature an MLM Company?
I wouldn't think so.
Base on the structure of its website, I would say that Dose of Nature might be an eCommerce business, dropshipping maybe? I really can't tell.
But the thing that made me think that this is not an MLM company is because there is no "Distributor" nor a "Log In" section.
The website is more an online store such as Shopify or Amazon rather than an MLM.
If you are interested in starting a career in the MLM industry, then you might want to read this.
Meanwhile, if you are willing to consider other online business opportunities that have the potential to generate a 6-figure income at home, then you might want to check this out.
Should You Buy Dose of Nature Products?
That depends. Dose of Nature seems to be very proud of their products because of their cutting edge technologies. Unfortunately, I cannot recommend any products from this company at this moment.
For starters, I find it weird for a company that existed since 2013 to be unheard of. If Dose of Nature's products are as amazing as they claim...
Why is it too hard to find a single person with a good (or bad) Dose of Nature review on the Internet.
Second, I find the companies product information very lacking that I am worried it might not be safe to consume.
But hey, these are all my personal opinions, and yours doesn't have to be the same.
My Sincere Advice
If you are really interested in Dose of Nature products, I suggest that you do additional research about this company.
I totally agree that a person's health is his most significant wealth, which is why I urge you to ascertain that whatever health products you are planning to take (may it be CBD or other supplements), make sure that it is safe.
I am hoping that you found the answers that you were looking for about Dose of Nature.
I repeat, everything I shared in this Dose of Nature review are products of my own research and should not be in any way considered as a substitute for your own.
But if you think that this article is useful, kindly share this to the people you know so they too could benefit from this information.
Thank you and until next time.