A Guide to Buying CBD

The buzz around CBD is growing by leaps and bounds, with more people trying it for their health benefits. While the mainstream media has given this wonderful natural product rave reviews, many companies are popping up to provide consumers access to all different types of products such as vape pens, capsules, CBD gummies, and other edibles, CBD isolate, CBD tincture and even CBD dog treats.

There’s a lot of information (and misinformation) out there about CBD and people are finding themselves confused when trying to figure out what product will work best for them and what to buy.

Wondering how to get started with buying CBD? This guide is for you. We’ll introduce what CBD or cannabidiol oil is, discuss its potential effects and benefits as well as some common misconceptions about this supplement.

Why Try CBD Oil?

Since CBD oil is not designed to give you any sort of high, people often ask us why they should try it. The truth is that people gravitate to CBD products for a wide variety of reasons, but in the end, people use it to feel more comfortable.

We get a lot of people who come into our CBD shop and ask us a lot of great questions about CBD like can it be used for treating seizures or for chronic pain or neuropathic pain management? Will CBD help with anxiety or stress? Can CBD oil be used to treat sleep disorders? The answer to all of the above is “YES!”

Many of the people we talk to have been on prescription drugs for years and suffer from adverse effects of some of their meds. This is a problem throughout the United States which is, in part, why more people are giving CBD products a try.

Not All CBD Oil is the Same

When shopping for CBD oil, it’s important to be aware that not all products will work, and the effects of this supplement can vary. With so many companies popping up in recent years there has been a rise in low-quality oils being sold at inflated prices which may have harmful side effects on your body if ingested orally or applied topically. The following are important factors to consider before purchasing CBD oil:

·     Full spectrum CBD, not isolate

·     Legal amount of THC

·     Be sure to ask for a lab report

·     Third-party lab tested

·     Transparency regarding ingredients and concentrate

·     CO2 extraction method for purity

·     Organic, GMO, and free of pesticide

When you buy a full spectrum oil, it means that you can enjoy all the benefits from the entire plant, not just the isolated form of cannabinoid.

Cheaper Isn’t Always Better

It is no secret that everyone loves a good deal, but when it comes to CBD oil and how you take it, the quality matters. People might be willing to cut corners for superficial products, however, this isn’t true when it comes to a product we ingest, which can cause some serious side effects. You might think you’re saving money by buying cheap CBD oil, but in reality, it will end up costing more. Saving some cash isn’t worth sacrificing your health.

If you want the purest CBD oil possible, it’s important to purchase from a reputable vendor. Premium quality CBD oils can be expensive; however, they offer you peace of mind knowing exactly what ingredients will go into your product- ensuring full transparency for consumers.

CBD Oil Dosage

We all have a completely unique endocannabinoid system, which means that the efficacy of any given CBD dose depends on various factors. These include:

·     Body weight

·     Height

·     Tolerance

·     Metabolic rate

·     Severity of your condition

·     Fitness level

The dosage of CBD oil is often its most challenging aspect. Before purchasing, it’s important to think about your symptoms and the way you typically respond when taking other medications. This will help you decide what dosage might work best for you.

If you’re not sure whether or how much CBD oil will work for your symptoms, it’s best to start with a small dose. You might need more than one bottle of the product before noticing an effect from its use – so buying bigger sizes could end up saving you money in the long run.

Research

Google is your best friend when it comes to finding the right CBD oil. A simple search of “most reputable companies in my area” should produce a list that rates and reviews these businesses, giving you plenty of options for where to buy from. And with everything being so easily accessible on the Internet, there’s no chance of hiding – if someone offers poor quality products they’ll soon be pushed out by better competitors.

Check THC Levels

The common misconception about CBD oil is that it will get you high. This is categorically not true. The hemp plant is made up of hundreds or compounds, but only two are primary – CBD and THC. When these two come together there can’t be more than 0.3% THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol) which doesn’t produce any psychoactive effects by itself paired with pure CBD; this tiny amount will never give someone an accidental “high.”

If you live in a state where marijuana has been legalized, then it is possible that some dispensaries will sell oils containing higher amounts of THC. If this information isn’t prominent on your packaging or if there are doubts about its authenticity, always check before purchasing anything.

Word of Mouth

It is no surprise why CBD has become such a hot topic in recent years. Thanks to the internet and public forums, people can easily identify scammers who try to sell bad products as authentic CBD oil thanks largely to the power of word-of-mouth advertising from consumers themselves. In turn, this means good quality products will receive praise from media outlets along with social networking sites where individuals share their experiences using these particular products.

The Internet is a great resource to find CBD oil recommendations, but it can also make your decision more difficult. Finding the right brand for you takes some time and effort. It’s important that your purchase comes from a trusted source.

There are many options available, but some sold online may not have been tested for quality so make sure the seller has an excellent reputation before buying anything! All our CBD products at Relax+Releaf are third-party tested and certified as being pure grade-A material. We strive to supply you with the highest quality products from industry-trusted brands. Give us a call today.



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