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With CBD hemp oil being classified as a natural product and dietary supplement, rigorous testing practices are not required by regulators. The methods used to manufacture CBD oil directly affect the safety and quality of products you might buy. That’s why it’s important that you do research to get your CBD products from manufacturers that you can trust. Just as in any industry―there are low-quality products, high-quality products, and everything in between.
The problem in the CBD industry; however, is that knowing how to choose the good products from the bad, isn’t exactly common knowledge. As a result, consumers are blindly purchasing CBD online based on what’s trending or which brand has the best marketing strategy. Often times, this creates an environment where low-quality products can be disguised as high-quality products. This can lead to wasting money on low-quality products, not getting the benefits you need, and sometimes, even jeopardizing your health due to unsafe ingredients in a product. Needless to say, this can lead to big problems.
We’ve learned a lot by spending time at trade shows and expositions, talking to manufacturers & retailers, reading through USDA regulations, etc. We have some strong beliefs about what to look for when purchasing CBD online and have shared them with you in detail here. If you want the short version we’ll give you the bullets below.
Who’s Tested and Certified the product? We believe that products should be tested by a third -party lab that has no bias or business interest in the company and product being tested. The third party should be experienced, reputable and