CBDFit is a fitness-oriented CBD company founded in Florida by former Navy SEAL Sean Rosario.
CBDFit offers third-party tested CBD oil, capsules, protein powder, and a sleep supplement.
While we like the idea behind some of these products, they feel too gimmicky. On top of that, CBDFit needs to provide more potency options and be more transparent about its hemp source.
Bottom line: CBDFit has a lot of room to improve before we can recommend it.
- Full-spectrum CBD products
- Innovative products
- Third-party tested
- Transparent founders
- Lacks higher potencies and THC-free options
- Lacks third-party contaminant tests
- Lack of info about hemp source
- Above-average prices
- Few customer reviews
Overall Rating: ☆☆☆ 2.6/5
Product Lineup 3/5
CBDFit’s lineup is missing topical products and gummies. More importantly, the company needs to offer stronger potency options for its CBD oil and capsules.
CBDFit’s products are a bit higher than the market average. While some of this is explained by the company’s unique formulations, even its standard CBD oil costs more than average.
Hemp Quality 1/5
CBDFit doesn’t provide any information about the hemp used to make its CBD products.
Third-Party Testing 3/5
CBDFit’s products are tested by a reputable third-party lab. However, the tests show that some products contain more CBD than advertised and that the protein powder contains pure rather than full-spectrum CBD. We’d also like to see more up-to-date results and additional tests for contaminants.
Customer Service & Reputation 3.5/5
CBDFit is a relatively new brand, although the few reviews we could find were mostly positive. However, it does have the look of a legit, reputable company because of the transparency of its founders — Sean Rosario and Brian Shaw.
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About the Company: CBDFit
CBDFit is a Florida-based CBD company founded by former Navy SEAL Sean Rosario alongside 4-time World’s Strongest Man winner Brian Shaw.
The CBDfit team also includes Dr. Jacqueline Montoya, who helps formulate the company’s unique lineup of fitness-focused CBD products.
CBDFit offers CBD oil, a powdered sleep supplement, three types of capsules, and even CBD-infused protein powder.
The company’s products go through third-party testing to confirm their CBD content. They’re sold on CBDFit’s website as well as Vitamin Shoppe locations across the country.
- Terpenes: aromatic plant compounds with a wide variety of beneficial properties (1).
- Minor cannabinoids: CBN, CBG, and other beneficial cannabinoids that are present in smaller amounts than CBD.
- Hemp: a non-intoxicating variety of cannabis plants with low THC levels (0.3% or less).
- Full-spectrum: whole-plant hemp extract containing CBD, THC, and other beneficial hemp cannabinoids and terpenes. This form of CBD is up to 4 times more potent than pure CBD (2).
- Broad-spectrum: whole-plant hemp extract similar to full-spectrum CBD, but with THC removed (may contain trace amounts).
- CBD isolate: pure CBD with all other hemp compounds removed.
CBDFit Product Lineup
CBD Fit offers CBD tinctures, three types of capsules, CBD-infused protein powder, and a CBD-infused sleep supplement. Most of these products are geared towards working out.
|Product Name||CBD Potency||Volume||Total CBD||Cost per mg CBD||Flavor|
|CBDFit Fit Drops||25 mg/ml||10-30 ml||250-750 mg||$0.11–0.13||Unflavored|
CBDFit’s fit drops provide 250-750 mg of full-spectrum CBD per bottle. This translates to a medium-strength potency of 25 mg per ml.
You can choose from three bottle sizes (10 ml, 20 ml, and 30 ml) as well as three flavors: natural (unflavored), peppermint, and dragon fruit.
We’d like to see CBDFit add a higher-potency option with 50 mg per ml or more since 25 mg/ml is not strong enough for everyone.
|Product Name||CBD Potency||Count||Total CBD||Cost per mg CBD||Formula|
|CBDFit Fit Capsules||10 mg||60||600 mg||$0.10||Full-spectrum CBD|
|CBDFit Fit Joint||10 mg||30||300 mg||$0.20||Full-spectrum CBD, turmeric, collagen|
|CBDFit Fit Gut||10 mg||30||300||$0.17||Full-spectrum CBD, post and prebiotics|
CBDFit offers three types of full-spectrum CBD capsules: Fit capsules, Fit joint, and Fit gut.
The regular capsules are vegan-friendly and provide 10 mg of CBD dissolved in hemp seed oil with 60 capsules per bottle.
Meanwhile, the joint capsules contain the same 10 mg of CBD alongside other natural, research-backed compounds that may benefit the joints: turmeric and UC-II collagen.
Finally, the gut capsules combine 10 mg of CBD with ingredients that support gut health, including postbiotics and prebiotics.
We like the innovation behind these capsules but like the CBD oil, they’re missing a higher-strength option (25 mg CBD or more per capsule).
CBD Powdered Supplements
|Product Name||CBD per serving||Servings per container||Total CBD||Cost per mg CBD||Formula|
|CBDFit Fit Dreams||25 mg||30||750 mg||$0.08||Full-spectrum CBD, sleep nutrients, and herbs|
|CBDFit Fit Whey||10 mg||20||200 mg||$0.25||Full-spectrum CBD, whey protein|
CBDFit’s most unique products are its powdered supplements.
The Fit Dreams powder mixes full-spectrum CBD with several nutrients and herbal ingredients known to support or promote sleep, including magnesium, zinc, chamomile, L-theanine, and melatonin.
This powder contains 750 mg of CBD in total, with 25 mg per serving, and has a honey lemon flavor.
Meanwhile, the Fit Whey is a CBD-infused whey isolate protein powder. It provides 20 g of protein and 10 mg of CBD per serving, with 200 mg of CBD in total. It’s available in chocolate and vanilla flavors.
While we like the idea here, these products feel a little gimmicky. For example, it’s far more convenient to take CBD capsules for sleep instead of a powder you need to mix with water and drink.
The easiest way to compare the prices of different CBD products to see if you’re getting a good deal is to divide the total cost by the amount of CBD. For example, if you have a 1500 mg CBD oil that costs $100, its price per mg would be 100/1500 = $0.07.
CBDFit’s prices are a little higher than average. For example, its CBD oil costs $0.11-0.13 per mg, whereas the average market price for tinctures is about $0.09.
Having said that, many of CBDFit’s products contain additional ingredients, so that’s one reason why the price is higher. All in all, you’re getting an okay price, but there are cheaper options out there.
Hemp Source and Extraction Process
CBD products are sourced from hemp, so it’s important to know how this hemp is grown.
Unfortunately, CBDFit doesn’t provide any information about its hemp source.
We also don’t know which extraction method is used to isolate the CBD from hemp.
CBDFit sends its products for independent testing to Green Scientific Labs, an established third-party lab out of Florida. The tests check the levels of CBD and other cannabinoids to confirm that CBDFit’s products contain exactly what’s advertised.
We looked at these tests ourselves. Most of the products contain at least as much CBD as they should. However, some had significantly more CBD than advertised.
For example, tests of the capsules showed 13 mg of CBD instead of 10 mg, while the tinctures had 31-33 mg per ml instead of 25 mg/ml.
This isn’t a terrible result and it’s nice to get more CBD than you paid for. Still, we expect a high-quality product to be within 10% of the advertised CBD content.
We’d also like to see more up-to-date tests as some of the third-party documents were a year old.
CBDFit claims that all of its products are made with full-spectrum CBD. Most of the third-party tests confirm this, showing the presence of multiple cannabinoids.
Having said that, tests for the company’s whey product only show CBD and no other cannabinoids, suggesting that this is pure CBD.
Also, the capsules contain only a few minor cannabinoids aside from CBD. All in all, the quality of the company’s full-spectrum extract can be better.
However, we like the company’s multi-ingredient formulas — especially the one for sleep and joints — even if the execution could be better.
Shipping & Returns
CBDFit ships throughout the United States with UPS and USPS. The company has a standard 30-day return policy.
Customer Service & Reputation
CBDFit can be reached via email or phone number.
There are also no customer reviews on its website, although CBDFit notes that it deletes any reviews that mention a medical condition to avoid getting in trouble with supplement marketing laws.
However, we were able to find a couple of customer reviews online, most of which were positive.
Our Verdict: We Like the Idea but the Execution Can Be Better
We don’t recommend CBDFit. While we appreciate the innovation behind many of its products, you can find more effective and less gimmicky options elsewhere.
For example, it makes more sense to take CBD oil separately from protein powder. Similarly, it’s easier to take a CBD capsule supplement for sleep instead of a powder you have to dissolve in water.
The company also needs to offer higher potencies for its CBD oil and capsules, as the current strengths are not enough for people with higher CBD dosage preferences.
Another issue is that CBDFit claims to use full-spectrum hemp extract for its protein powder, whereas the third-party tests only show pure CBD and no other cannabinoids.
We’d also like to see more information provided about the hemp source and extraction process used to make CBDFit’s products.
All in all, CBDFit has much room to improve before we can recommend it.
Overall Rating: ☆☆☆ 2.6/5
Email: [email protected]
Phone: (855) 622-3348
Gleb is a freelance writer from Vancouver, Canada specializing in CBD and cannabis. He’s read thousands of research studies on CBD and other supplements, helping him translate complex science into plain language. Gleb has tried and reviewed dozens of CBD brands and products, written third-party testing reports, and knows the CBD industry inside and out. When not writing, he likes to spend his time in the gym and out in nature.