Feb 22, 2020
How to Choose the Right CBD Oil
Feb 28, 2020
The popularity of CBD continues to grow, and with this comes more products on the market and a greater chance of purchasing a product of questionable quality. Good marketing does not equal quality CBD.
Hemp oil is not CBD and does not offer the medicinal value of true CBD.
Unfortunately, the natural supplement market is not regulated by the FDA, which enables unethical marketing and business tactics among opportunistic companies.
All CBD products you are considering to purchase should have a batch number with a QR code and/or a website where you can directly access the test results of that particular batch of CBD in the bottle. There are a number of products out there that offer this feature, however the information is strictly for marketing purposes and is not valid.
Be sure to view these test results. They should not be difficult to understand. You should be able to view the amount of CBD per milliliter (ml) and the quantities of heavy metals and pesticides in the product.
Also included with the test results should be the laboratory where the product was tested so the validity of the information can be verified. A simple Google search should quickly verify the existence of the laboratory.
The careful consumer will find with many CBD products that verifying the truth of what is on the label is much more difficult than it should be. There’s a simple reason for this: What’s on the label is not what’s in the bottle. Investigations into the quality of several CBD products by independent parties has found that the quantity of CBD was much lower than the claims on the label. This is unfortunate but will continue to be the case so it’s important for consumers to be vigilant when choosing a CBD product.
In doing our own research into the world of CBD we’ve found few products to be of the high quality and reliability they claim to be. Be sure to be cautious when choosing a CBD product. For more information about CBD, click here.
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