Diverse product catalog consisting of 14 different items
Offers 20 different vaporizer liquid flavor variations
$5 flat shipping rate across the USA
Organabus is an American CBD company with a focus on producing quality vapor liquids, but their offerings are rather lackluster in all aspects. The company offers poor insight into their motivations for doing business or where their hemp comes from. This company is very relaxed when it comes to third-party testing, offering a few older samples, but makes little effort to keep these updated or linked to specific batches of their products.
This company suggests its products are organic several times across their website — however, we’re skeptical about these claims. This company does very little to back up any of the claims made on their website — they have no certificates, testing, or virtually any information on what part of their formulas are organic, and to what extent.
Overall, the products from this company are average in quality. We like their pet biscuits and bath bombs but found most of their products to be fairly underwhelming.
Organabus fails to provide any information regarding what the company represents, nor do they provide an indication of the betterment for the hemp community. They preach organic ingredients, and even included a reference to being “organic” in the company name, but offer no proof or further information on this whatsoever.
When it comes to where Organabus sources its hemp, no location is provided. It’s likely the company is simply ordering their CBD extracts in bulk from another manufacturer to make their products and thus have no idea where their hemp comes from or what the quality is like.
Organabus’ product catalog consists of 14 different items, and when taking flavor formulations into consideration, brings the overall total of products available for purchase to around 70. This is an incredible amount of options for a CBD company.
Their products also cover virtually all categories of CBD products — including bath bombs, E-liquids, tinctures, and pet products. They even offer some unique offerings like their nasal inhalers.
Although the company offers some unique products in their lineup, this company is doing very little to push the industry forward with their own innovation. In fact, the most innovative products in their lineup — the nasal inhalers — are actually very poorly formulated products and not something we would recommend.
As we’ve already mentioned, this company offers virtually no information on the quality of the products they carry. There are no lab tests provided by themselves or independent labs, no information on hemp source, and in some cases, no information on the ingredients used to make their products.
Buying from this company relies on trusting the company has done these checks in the backend — something we’re not prepared to do for any of their internal products like their tinctures or nasal inhalers.
Organabus returned all of our questions within about 48 hours and were sufficiently helpful — until we asked for their third-party test results. From this, we received no further responses from the company. This set off some red flags for us.
Additionally, their return policy lacks a full explanation and is rather confusing. You can find the details hidden away in their “terms and conditions” pages, rather than in their FAQ — which we found resoundingly unhelpful in the information it provides.
The name Organabus looks to be a play on
the words “organic” and “cannabis”, and although the company logo is of a bus,
we’re not entirely sure what the company represents.
Simply put, Organabus is a bad company.
An ongoing problem that plagues the company is a complete lack of information,
and this problem goes beyond explaining what they represent —but also, who they
are, what they do differently, and how they do it, and why CBD?
don’t know much about Organabus and while most
companies jump at the opportunity to showcase what they represent, Organabus
provides none of this is.
Organabus’ tagline reads “organic CBD made from industrially grown hemp” and we’re told “Organabus products are made with quality organic ingredients” but there are no certifications to back these claims.
With that out of the way, let’s get into
the details to see what Organabus is all about.
Where Does Organabus Source
Organabus fails to mention its hemp source anywhere on the website.
While the company’s tagline suggests the
use of organic hemp in their name, the website lacks information as to whether
this refers to the hemp or ingredients they use in their manufacturing process.
Without any certification provided, we assume that it doesn’t refer to hemp
used, which is unfortunate.
We don’t know if Organabus’ hemp is
sourced locally and without the provision of full third-party test results,
we’re unsure if any of these products are free of contaminants. The company
claims to use organic hemp, however, without certifications we don’t know for
certain if they’re free of pesticides or herbicides.
From what we’ve observed from the CBD
market, companies dedicate sections solely to testing done on their products,
regardless of whether they’re conducted in-house or by third-party
Comparatively, Organabus’ third-party test results are difficult to find. Hidden away in the FAQs section they’re not clearly labeled. It’s so poorly organized that we found the tests by accident after curiously wondering what the unlabelled link at the top of the section was about.
At the time of this review, there are only eight tests provided — four are
for Vapor Liquids (three regular and one terpene infused), three covering
Organic CBD Tinctures, while the last one tests the CBD Dab Wax.
While it’s awesome to see third-party
tests results provided, but in this instance, they only cover the cannabinoid profile and potency. No testing for
contaminants is provided, which is a point of concern, as this brings the
potential of any of their products containing dangerous substances.
Lastly, Organabus offers two different
options for those interested in vaping, but not willing to deal with every step
of the process.
Pre-Filled CBD Hemp Oil Cartridges start
at $32.99 and will provide a 1 mL cartridge containing 250 mg of CBD. These are
ideal for those who already own vaporizers, but wish to purchase disposable
Meanwhile, Pre-Filled Vape Pens start at
$32.99 and will provide a vape pen containing 20 mg of CBD. These disposable
pens are ideal for those on the fence about using purchasing expensive reusable
Organabus’ Organic CBD Tinctures are
available in two different variations, either 300 or 1000 mg increments.
However, no information is provided regarding how many mLs are contained in
When it comes to potency levels,
Organabus offers either low or high-level options.
We’re not entirely sure why only the 1000
mg option is labeled as “edible” as they’re both in the edible CBD section on
the official website. We assume the tinctures are made through the same manufacturing
process, as there’s no additional information provided that says otherwise.
*Figures are approximate values based on
our calculations and weren’t officially provided
Organabus offers one option when it comes
to CBD infused dog treats. Healthy Doggie CBD Dog Biscuits are priced at
$29.99, for which you’ll receive twenty, 4 mg biscuits, carrying an overall
total of 80 mg of CBD.
Organabus suggests feeding dogs 50 lbs
and over one biscuit, with smaller dogs only half a biscuit. Here, the dosage
seems off, and although pets require much lower amounts of CBD in order to feel
the effects, these are low figures even when it comes to animals.
CBD Dab Wax is priced at $49.99, for
which you’ll receive a 1 gram container with 300 mg of CBD. This is ideal for
experienced users, in search of a high concentration smokeable in order to tend
to severe symptoms.
Alternatively, the 99.9% CBD Crystal
Isolate is priced at $49.99 for a 1 gram container housing 1000 mg of pure CBD.
This product is ideal for anyone looking to broaden their CBD usage, providing
versatility in dosing.
*Organabus doesn’t list how many grams are contained in each container of CBD Dab Wax
Organabus offers two different
formulations when it comes to CBD Nasal Inhalers, which are ideal for those in
search of an alternative, yet effective means when it comes to CBD ingestion.
Priced at $9.99 USD for a single inhaler,
there’s no information provided regarding how much CBD is contained in each.
Due to a lack of information on the
product, we see this more as a novelty item.
list the amount of CBD, nor how many mL are contained in each nasal inhaler
What Does Organabus Do Well?
While our review of Organabus may be
filled with areas for improvement, we do think the company does some things
Organabus offers a whopping fourteen
different products, ranging from dog biscuits to edible gummies and nasal
inhalers to bath bombs. It’s rare to see a company push out so many different
products, so we’ll provide credit where credit’s due.
Most notably, the products that stick out
as the most unique of the bunch include SugarStix, Nasal Inhalers, and Terpene
Infused Vape Oils.
When it comes to the different flavor formulations, Organabus’ line of Vapor Liquids has fifteen different flavors to choose from. When taking the terpene infused alternatives into consideration, that’s another five to choose from. Organabus clearly takes pride in its line of Vapor Liquids.
Where Could Organabus Improve?
The growing CBD industry is fierce in
competition. Organabus needs to work on a range of issues if they want to be
taken seriously in this space.. Here are three areas we think they could benefit
the most in improving.
Firstly, Organabus needs to work on
providing transparency — by which we mean including such information on company
culture, but also simple things like a dedicated section catered towards
telling us more about what the company represents.
This would include such details as
information regarding their hemp source, what extract strains used.
Additionally, we’d like to see this followed by a section dedicated solely to
third-party test results.
Secondly, when it comes to price, a large
majority of products within Organabus’ product catalog are much more expensive
than their equivalents found on the market.
There’s nothing wrong with charging a premium, as long as it comes as an equally premium product with third-party test results to back the claims.
It’s due to a severe lack of information,
we don’t believe these high price tags attached to any of these products make
sense, especially with the lack of third-party test results.
Third, Organabus is severely lacking in
dosing guidelines and uses. Organabus only provides dosing suggestions for
their pet products, the Healthy Doggie CBD Dog Biscuits and Pet Hemp Oil, and
Organic CBD Tinctures, both the 300 and 100 mg variants.
However, we find the figures provided
strange, as the pet estimates seem too weak (ex. One, 4 mg biscuit for dogs
over 50 lbs) for what they’re trying to achieve. For comparison’s sake, we’ve
provided an example dosage table below:
Pet CBD Dosage Chart
Small (2 — 15
0.5 mg — 3.75 mg
— 30 lbs)
5 — 7.5 mg
— 60 lbs)
7.5 — 15 mg
Large (60 — 150
15 — 38 mg
On top of that, no ingredients lists are
provided for any of their products, nor do they provide information on the
extract type used.
We believe there are more areas of
improvement for Organabus to work on, but for brevity’s sake, we’ll leave it at
Safety & Third-Party Testing
A major area of improvement previously mentioned is Organabus’ approach to providing proper third-party testing for their products.
At the time of writing this review,
third-party tests were conducted by ProVerde Laboratories, and there are only
eight test results available for viewing out of a possible seventy different
On top of that, these eight tests were
conducted well over a year ago, more specifically the end of 2017, with the
exception of the Terpene Infused Vape Liquids which were tested back in May
the inclusion of ingredients lists or tests for contaminants, there’s no way of
knowing for sure if any of these products contain potentially harmful
This rings especially true for the vapor
liquids, which are the company’s main focus. Most companies list the base for
their vapor liquids — whether propylene glycol, vegetable glycerine, or
something else — but Organabus doesn’t
mention any of that.
As far as product guidance goes,
Organabus fails to provide information when it comes to CBD knowledge, product
safety, and while dosage information is provided on some products, it’s very
Final Verdict: Expensive
Price Tag Doesn’t Match Quality Provided
We can’t recommend purchasing products from
Organabus, as their problems lie in insufficient information provided, lack of
third-party testing available, and the possibilities of the company using
low-quality hemp in their processes.
While some companies have trouble spewing
vast amounts of information that don’t really say much, Organabus’ problems lie
in saying too little, overall limiting our trust in them as a CBD provider.
What we mean by that is Organabus fails
to provide transparency in everything they do.
Organabus doesn’t mention anything about
their hemp source and while they provide some third-party test results, they’re
limited to only eight different tests out of a possible seventy that are
available for purchase.
Additionally, these third-party tests are
outdated, and only detail cannabinoid profile and potency, without providing
any testing to check for contaminants. Without this, there’s no proof whether
these products are tainted by contaminants.
On top of all of this, there’s an ongoing
lack of professionalism throughout the website.
Whether it’s a wonky layout when going
through the product catalog or incomplete product descriptions when trying to
figure out which products may work best, there’s nothing professional about
them at all.
Even more alarming still, the terms
of use page is filled with typos, grammatical errors, and instances
where “Organabus” should be written instead of company name placeholder. The
brand seems to have been hastily put together to cash in on the wildly growing
While Organabus’ may have intentions to
grow as a legit CBD company, it’s difficult to take them seriously.
Ultimately, we can’t suggest Organabus
as a vendor.