Best CBD Oil for Sale Online
Can shopping for CBD be easy and seamless?
Here’s The Deal:
You’ll probably agree with me when I say it can be daunting trying to find the right CBD oil for you online. Understanding lab test results, reading labels, and sifting through all of the information out there is a lot to ask. In this guide, we’ll outline the top ve most important considerations when shopping for CBD including the one thing you absolutely can’t forget, but more on that in a minute.
Where do I start?
CBD oil has recently exploded in popularity and there is a ton of information written about CBD. CBD is a cannabinoid, a naturally occurring chemical compound found in the cannabis plant. CBD can be extracted from cannabis or hemp and infused into oil, creating a tincture. Most of the CBD for sale on the market comes in this form, but you can also purchase CBD products like edibles, vaporizers, capsules, topicals, and more.
1. Which Form Is Best For Me?
In order to decide which form of consumption is best for you, it’s important to consider why you are taking CBD products. Are you taking them for wellness benefits? Are you treating a specific ailment? For example, if you have ankle pain, you may want to consider a cooling topical that you can apply directly to the injury. There are a variety of topicals – lotions, rolls on, muscle coolants and so on. If you are taking CBD to help you sleep at night, you may want to consider the tincture to add to your nightly
cup of tea. If you don’t like the taste of CBD tincture, maybe a flavored vaporizer cartridge is best for you.
But, how do you know?
It’s 100% a personal decision and everybody will have their own preferred method. Once you are able to decide which method is best for you, you can research the companies that make the best form of that product and go from there.
2. Does the Company Provide Lab Test Results?
CBD products are new to the market and are not regulated. Companies are not required to test their products and this can be a problem for people seeking relief from specific conditions using CBD products. They can be quite expensive and boast high potency and purity.
High potency is directly correlated with a higher price. Companies that use an independent third-party lab to test their products are showing a commitment to their products and customers by being transparent about their products. The best proof of this is when they post the results online. But what if they don’t? Oftentimes, companies that claim to lab test their products but do not post the results online will email you a copy if you ask them directly. If they are not willing to do this, this is a good sign to keep shopping elsewhere.
3. Where is the Hemp Grown?
We mention this a lot because it’s so important. Hemp is a soil remediator. This means that it cleans the soil that it’s grown in, regardless of the condition of the soil. Hemp will suck up toxins from soil through its roots and clean it. So what happens with those toxins? They can stay in the plant. If the plant is harvested or used for CBD oil, that may mean that those toxins are getting into the tinctures and products that you’re shopping for.
But, how do you know?
Yes. Find out where the hemp was grown and ask questions. Hemp is cheaply produced abroad and shipped over to the United States to be processed and used in these products. Hemp can specifically be used in elds where farmers are rotating their crops to clean the soil between yields and CBD products are just convenient byproducts. Hemp has a better reputation when its grown in places like Colorado and Kentucky, where farmers follow stricter guidelines. Ask the company about where the hemp was grown and in what conditions. It matters.
4. What are the Values of the Business Owners?
Business owners in the CBD industry come from a variety of backgrounds. There are plenty of business owners who openly share their story. Maybe they were organic farmers of another crop. Maybe a loved one suffered from a condition that CBD helped treat and they were inspired to get involved. Maybe they are proud of their unique growing practices. Some of the best companies we’ve seen are those in which the business’s leadership is highly dedicated to making superior quality products. When shopping for CBD oil, check out the company’s “About Us” page. Find out why they got involved and if they’re proud of what they’re doing.
Does it really matter?
Yes. We’ve seen businesses post amazing pictures of their farms. Some of them have great programs for their employees. Some of them even give back to local non-profits. It can feel great to purchase products and support the companies that are doing good. It gives you a sense of peace when investing in CBD products.
5. The Truth About Potency
CBD oil comes in many different potency levels, but it’s not exactly what it seems. Read the label closely.
Not all milligrams are created equal. 300 mg on the label doesn’t necessarily mean it’s 300 mg of CBD. If you read the label, it may say 300 mg of hemp oil. How much of that is CBD? How much of that are other cannabinoids? How much of it is residual plant material? Read the label closely to and out. If you’re not sure how much is the true CBD content, ask the company. It’s also worth finding out what a dose is. A bottle of CBD may have a certain mg potency, but how much CBD do you get per serving? Look closely and do the math. As an ingredient, hemp oil, hemp extract, cannabinoid content, and other ambiguous labels do not necessarily equate to CBD potency.
So what’s the one thing you absolutely cannot forget? Your own instincts! You want to feel confident when making a purchase on a new type of product, especially one like CBD that is expensive and may be used in a health or wellness capacity. Trust your gut and ask questions when you’re not sure. You can find the right product for your specific needs and feel good about
purchasing and using it. There are plenty of CBD companies out there and you can find one that is the best fit using your discernment, knowing what is right for your body.
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