If you’re someone who is new to the CBD market, then you’re probably overwhelmed with the number of options that you have available to you. Even the most experienced CBD user can get tricked with some of the lower quality products out there. In order to fully educate you on the use and purchase process of CBD, let’s look at some of the common mistakes that people make regarding CBD.
1. Buying From a Disreputable Seller
Always purchase your CBD oil from a manufacturer that provides you with as much information as possible. If you are looking at products that don’t contain third-party lab results and a manufacturer won’t provide them to you, then it’s probably too good to be true. There are a number of internet websites that sell all kinds of CBD products. Make sure you do adequate research to determine that the products you are considering will be safe and pure. Try not to purchase products from unauthorized wholesalers, mall kiosks or recreational stores.
2. Purchasing CBD Oil That is Fake
Most people assume that CBD must be real in order for it to be sold on the internet. In actuality, there are a number of products on the market that claim they are made with hemp extract or hemp seed oil, but they don’t actually include CBD when you look into their ingredients. This is a very common marketing scheme that is used all of the place, not just for CBD products. This is similar to saying that a product is safe and organic because it is ‘all-natural’. All-natural and organic are two completely different things. Third-party test results will indicate exactly what is in a product, and what percentage each ingredient is at. A hemp-based product doesn’t necessarily have active CBD in it.
3. Ignoring Confusing and Improper Wording
A less-than-reputable CBD manufacturer may market a product in a certain way that makes it sound better than it actually is. A product that has 25 milligrams of CBD may be advertised as having 25 milligrams of cannabinoids, or 25 milligrams of hemp extract. CBD is a cannabinoid that comes from hemp, but these terms aren’t all the same thing necessarily. This kind of terminology will result in most consumers wanting to do more research on the exact composition of a product. All of this confusion can make it hard to choose a product. A product that is marketed and described properly is optimal.
4. Paying Too Much For CBD Oil
It can be difficult to compare CBD prices because of so many different options. You have to take into account the size of a product, what the milligram count is per dose, etc. You’ll want to second guess a product if it is being marketed according to its size, not the amount of CBD in the product. You ultimately want to find out how many milligrams of CBD you’re getting total.
If you’re in the market for a new CBD product, understand CBD thoroughly before you make a decision. There is a lot to understand about how a product is made, ingredients that you want to stay away from, how a product is marketed, etc. If something seems too good to be true, then it probably is.
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