If you are reading this, we’re inclined to believe that you already know a thing or two about CBD.
Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of the many derivatives of the hemp plant. The substance is renowned for its therapeutic benefits, but an absence of regulatory testing of products in states where it is legal leaves you responsible for determining which and what product is right for you.
Below is a step by step guide of the factors to consider when searching for good CBD products.
A lot of the real deal in any product is usually hidden in the fine prints.
Fine prints are those strings of words written in very tiny letters on the packaging. These words state, amongst other things, where the hemp was farmed, the process of extraction, the type of CBD (Full-Spectrum, Broad-Spectrum, or Isolate) included in the product, the constituent amount of each derivative, etc.
For products that don't have these details stated? Your guess is as good as ours... RUN!
Known as a Certificate of Analysis (COA), this test results affirm the integrity of the product. The idea behind third-party testing spurn from the lack of regulatory testing of finished products.
With third-party testing, consumers can have a sense of confidence in the quality of the product they are being offered. Most legit CBD companies have all their products tested by reputable testing companies, and they include a copy of the test result in the product packaging. View Lab Reports for our products.
You know vapes, right? Vape pens, like e-cigarettes, are those little devices that produce smoke. They are used by individuals who prefer to burn CBD oil and inhale.
Usually, some concentrated oils in the vape pen may contain a solvent called propylene glycol. When burned at high-temperature, the solvent degrades into formaldehyde, which can be quite harmful to the body.
If Vapes are your thing, you should choose products that are "solvent-free."
Finally, we know that CBD is great, really great, but it doesn't solve all problems and would not work for everyone.
So, when you encounter products that claim to be a one-cure-fits-all or other forms of dramatic claims, it is best to avoid such products. Not only are they contravening the law, but they also do not offer the health value they advertise.
Know this, if the product makes bold claims, doesn't have third-party testing, then it most probably isn't worth buying.
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