After spending hours researching what CBD is and how it works, many people wanting to try CBD are often hesitant to make that first purchase. Some are afraid of purchasing the wrong type of product for their needs. Others are afraid of being taken advantage of after learning that many products on the market contain little, if any, CBD.
When it comes to selecting the best CBD product, as with any product on the shelf, the packaging needs to be reflective of the brand’s transparency and contain the valuable education needed to make an informed purchase.
In fact, research shows that 80% of Americans are unaware of the benefits of CBD*. This lack of education allows the opportunity for a brand’s packaging to be the key source to educate the consumer on the value CBD can bring to their lives.
It’s important to note that true leaders in the space will never make medical claims not supported by science, will ensure their products have true bioavailability, and will never mislead the consumer with weary marketing tactics that just use the three letters “CBD” in front of a product.
Before you make a product selection, it’s important to know you are selecting a high-quality product that is as pure and potent as the manufacturer claims. As you look at your potential product’s packaging, here are the suggested items to look for in order to make sure you are making the best purchase:
#1 Extraction Processes
It is important to choose a CBD product that is manufactured by a company that follows Good Manufacturing Practices in their extraction process. The CO2 extraction process is the most popular as it involves filtering liquid CO2 through a series of chambers packed with industrial hemp that controls temperature and pressure.
#2 Third-Party Testing
When purchasing CBD, it’s important to select products from companies that have their hemp oil tested by a third-party lab. Third-party testing ensures your products don’t contain harmful chemicals or microbial contaminants and verify that products are as potent as the manufacturer claims. Since any company could claim their products are tested, it’s best to purchase your products from a company that lets you see the test results.
#3 THC Levels
You can use viewable third-party test results found by scanning a QR code on a reputable company’s package in order to view test results for the exact batch to confirm that the CBD product you select meets regulatory requirements. You need to ensure that delta-9 THC levels do not exceed 0.3%. If your product contains more than 0.3 percent THC, it is no longer classified as hemp.
#4 Growing Methods
It’s important to purchase products from companies that insist on natural farming practices. When hemp is grown using natural farming practices, the plants used to create your products are grown without chemical fertilizers, pesticides, or herbicides.
You should always purchase from companies who value transparency and follow industry guidelines such as the U.S. Hemp Authority. As a good rule of thumb, look for companies that share verified customer reviews and print earned product seals such as Self-Affirmed Generally Recognized as Safe (GRAS) Status, NSF International’s Good Manufacturing Practice Registration, ISO 9001, Natural Farming Practices, Lab-Tested Potency & Purity, and U.S. Hemp Authority on their labels.
#6 International Imposters
The more you know about the company that makes your CBD, the better. Some CBD companies are passing off low-quality products from international manufacturers. Many of their so-called “hemp oil” products are made with hemp seed oil. Hemp seed oil, while a hemp product, does not contain CBD. Product descriptions for these questionable products can be quite convincing, so it’s important to be able to verify the CBD content of a product. That number should be specified in milligrams.
Learning what to look for can be difficult, but once you are confident that you are choosing a CBD product that fits your needs and your lifestyle, the process gets easier. When you have enough information to verify you are purchasing a high-quality product from a reputable source, you can proceed with confidence.
As leaders of the #CBDMOVEMENTTM, CBDistillery is on a mission to be the premier educational resource and “one-stop-shop” for consumers curious about hemp-derived CBD from purchasing product to simply wanting to learn more, which starts with our product packaging. In fact, according to a recent survey of CBDistillery customers, 84% feel that our new packaging better educates them about the benefits of CBD compared to many other packages in the marketplace.*
Since its 2016 founding, CBDistillery has flourished as one of the leading providers of hemp-derived CBD online. CBDistillery was founded by a dedicated team of Colorado natives because they had gotten tired of seeing the market being dominated by overpriced but inferior hemp-derived CBD products. They made a commitment to producing high-quality hemp-derived CBD products at a fair price to enhance a wide range of wellness lifestyles and choices. CBDistillery offers hemp-derived CBD products, including hemp-derived CBD tincture oils, their signature hemp-derived CBD 500mg capsules, hemp-derived CBD gummies, and more. As CBDistillery continuously strives for full transparency, the hemp-derived CBD content of its products is always clearly labeled, along with links to third-party test results. Have you ever asked where can you buy CBD oil for sale online? The answer is CBDistillery. Join the countless satisfied CBDistillery customers for all of your new favorite hemp-derived CBD products.
*Based on national MMR survey of 997 respondents
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