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CBD is much like a lot of other products out there, in the sense that you get what you pay for.
The CBD industry is projected to become a $20 billion industry by 2024, according to Forbes analytics, so we’re starting to see companies of all sizes start to sell and distribute CBD products. Some of these companies are selling high-quality products but unfortunately, most are not.
The key to finding the right CBD products for you is to know what to look for and to do your research. Here are our tips for choosing quality CBD products you can trust.
In order to create CBD oil, it is extracted from a hemp plant by applying pressure to it. How exactly the pressure is applied to the plant is what separates high-quality CBD products from low-quality CBD products.
If the CBD oil is extracted by heat, this means that butane was used in the process, and the chemicals in butane will come into contact with the cannabinoids in the oil. Anytime aromatic chemicals contact each other, they will have a chemical reaction.
Chemical reactions alter the genetic profile of all compounds. Since butane is a hazardous material (even if it is distilled from the final product) the immediate interactions with the cannabinoids already will have diluted the quality of these CBD products.
Look for companies that use other extraction methods such as CO2 or food-grade ethanol. These all-natural solvents will ensure all cannabinoids and terpenes remain intact.
You should know everything that’s in your CBD product. As a distributor of supplements, CBD companies should know what’s in their product as well. This is why third-party testing is so important when choosing CBD products.
Third-party testing is the best way to hold a supplement company to high standards. It gives consumers the facts, and you can use those facts to make informed decisions about the supplements you will ingest.
We conduct stringent third-party testing on every single batch of our products. You can view all of our lab reports on our website.
Make sure that there are third-party test results available. If there aren’t, that’s a sign that the company may not have your best interest in mind.
Buying all-natural should be what you look to do when it comes to CBD products. Taking products treated with pesticides is something you should avoid at all costs.
Products made from low-quality hemp may have been exposed to foreign chemicals. The goal of these chemicals is to kill living creatures deemed pests to the farmer’s crops. Toxic chemicals may have a negative impact on the wellness-promoting properties of items, including CBD products. In the case of hemp, it’s even more detrimental since hemp has a unique ability to soak up everything in the soil around it.
Since hemp is such a highly regulated commodity in the United States, we make sure that all of our products are 100% US made, and we recommend that you buy the same way.
There are a lot of environmental aspects such as soil pH and climate that can have an impact on the quality of CBD products. When researching CBD products, we recommend everyone to look where the company sources their product from. If a company is getting their CBD oil from a United States source, you know that it will be of higher quality since they will be Farm Bill Compliant.
When you’re shopping for CBD products you’re going to come across a lot of product that is labeled as ‘CBD Isolate’. There are over 100 cannabinoids in cannabis, and isolated CBD products contain only one of these cannabinoids.
Isolated oils are not the highest quality product because CBD works better in unison with other cannabinoids. This is known as the “entourage effect”.
In broad spectrum CBD products, the efficiency of CBD in your system is amplified by:
Choosing quality CBD products that you can trust is very important. Even though a store or online resource supplies CBD, it does not mean they’re experts. If you have any questions, please feel free to turn to us and we’d be willing to help!