As the CBD market continues to boom in 2020 you may be tempted to board the CBD train but you may want to ask your seller the following 10 questions before you do.
1. Has the Product Been Tested by a 3rd Party Lab?
If it’s been tested by a 3rd party lab then it should have lab reports that are readily available to you on the company or sellers website.
2. Does the CBD Product Contain 0.3% THC or Less?
THC is legal in several states in the USA but not all of them. Depending on the state, a CBD product is only legal is it has between 0.3 and 0.5% THC content.
3. What Are the Ingredients?
You should always make sure ALL the ingredients are listed. Google each one to check out the safety of each one before buying.
4. What is the Source?
Bad source means bad quality. Make sure it comes from a reputable hemp supplier.
5. What Cultivation Practices Were Used?
The cultivation process affects the quality of the CBD. Make sure they used a ph-balanced soil, used accredited hemp seeds, abstained from pesticides, and GMOs.
6. What Type of CBD Has Been Used?
CBD Isolate is pure CBD and the best quality. Full Spectrum CBD is extracted from the hemp plant. Broad Spectrum CBD is a mix of both CBD isolate and Full Spectrum CBD.
7. How Was the CBD Extracted?
You want CO2 extraction as it is safe and delivers a pure product.
8. Amount of CBD in Each Dose?
Find out how much CBD is in each dosage so you can find the best CBD for you. Seek professional advice before buying.
9. Is the CBD a Good Price?
Watch out, there are companies selling poor quality CBD for huge amounts of money.
10. Does the Company Have a Good Reputation?
You get some peace if mind when buying from sellers with a good reputation and good reviews. Always do your research.