Heads up HR Patients! Your favorite Pre-ICO Dispensary is pleased to announce that one of our photos was included in an article on the Huffington Post! This major online newspaper chose to include a picture we posted of our Home Grown Bakery Cinnamon Blueberry Muffins. Our photo is featured as #13 on this photo gallery set of the most creative edible cannabis products:
We thank the Huffington Post editorial staff for putting our picture in this awesome article. There’s only one problem with their content—-they accidentally linked to the fake Hubby Bar website! This is an easy mistake to make since their editors probably aren’t familiar with the counterfeit Hubbies situation we’ve posted about before. I wrote a comment setting the record straight, and I’d really appreciate it if our loyal patients who use Hubby Bars would back me up on this! One Love!
Hubby’s Edibles Commercial from WeedMaps!
Hubby’s Edibles remain in dispute as impostors continue to hijack the brand name. The good people at WeedMaps decided to step in by creating this special Hubby Bar Commercial entitled “Raise the Bar”:
As you can see, the contents of this video validates our previous post about finding the real Hubby Bars. The ad clearly lists the ingredients as genuine “Hubby Oil,” and cites the correct company website. To all the naysayers, there’s no possible way a reputable MMJ resource such as WeedMaps would become involved with counterfeits or knock offs. Consequently, we consider the Hubby Bar controversy officially closed. HR patients, rest assured that we will continue to provide authentic Hubby’s Chocolate Bars to meet your medical needs. One Love!
Greetings Humboldt Relief Collective members! Normally I’d post some tasty nug porn to get your motors running, but today I’m going to address the ongoing issue of counterfeit Hubby’s Edibles. First off, you should all know that Humboldt Relief provides genuine Hubby’s Chocolate Bars exclusively; we do NOT sell the phonies (aka Fubby’s). Our Hubby Bars are 100% authentic. For verification purposes, please see the official list of approved collectives on the Hubby’s Edibles website.
Beware of Fake Hubby Bar Websites!
We know there’s a great deal of confusion surrounding Hubby Bars, primarily because of this fake Hubby’s Edibles website. We’re not sure who’s behind that domain, but he/she does not represent Hubby’s. If you look closely at the background image on their homepage, you’ll see that a few of the chocolate bars say “Smack Bars.” Hubby’s have never used this name, although an unaffiliated vendor manufactured edibles called Smack Bars at one point. We’re not making any accusations—we’re simply stating the facts. That homepage also says that real Hubby Bars contain “Hash Oil” as an ingredient; this is no longer accurate. In an effort to differentiate the actual product from the imitations, the makers of Hubby Bars recently changed their label to read “Hubby Oil.” The bars at HR reflect this modification. Please be aware that some patients allegedly became ill after consuming the counterfeit Hubby’s Chocolates. For your own safety, always inspect the label when donating for a Hubby Bar at any medical marijuana dispensary. Here’s what genuine Hubby’s Chocolate Bars look like:
Made with HUBBY OIL
We hope this clears up the matter once and for all. If you have questions, feel free to contact us or talk to the Hubby’s folks directly by emailing Hubbybars@ymail.com. Stay safe—One Love!