Beware of Fake CBD Oils

CBD oil is rich in cannabidiols and it is used to help with a variety of conditions from PTSD to anxiety.  CBD can come from either the cannabis plant or hemp, but the oils from cannabis plants have higher concentrations of CBD.  The percentage of CBD will depend on the purity of the oil and the source that it came from.  Because CBD has become so popular you now need to beware of fake CBD oils and how to spot them. Here are some tips on discerning good oils from the fakes.

  1. Don’t Trust Cheap CBD Products

There are plenty of places to buy CBD oil both online and in retail stores.  You’re first instinct may be to pick up the cheapest one that you can find but that won’t necessarily give you the results you want.  Not all CBD is created equal and you often get what you pay for.  If CBD sells for roughly $50 a bottle and you find it somewhere for $19.95 chances are good that it is fake.

  1. CBD is not a Cure All

There is a ton of hype surrounding CBD and what it can help you with.  There are plenty of vendors that claim it will cure everything from cancer to acne just to sell you their products.  It doesn’t.  There are a variety of conditions that it can help you with but if the vendor or website you are considering purchasing from is making extraordinary claims then you should steer clear.

  1. Check the Fine Print

This is important especially if you are buying CBD online, make sure that you check and make sure there is a place to contact the vendor.  Is there a phone number on the website?  Do you have a way to get in touch with the site owner or administrator?  Do they list the ingredients or purity of their products?  These are all questions you need to ask before you whip out your credit card.

  1. Does it Have a Stamp

CBD oil shouldn’t have any THC or very small concentrations of it or it would be illegal.  When you are shopping for CBD make sure that it has the Non-Psychoactive Seal.

  1. Is it Lab Tested

There are a couple of different methods used to extract CBD from hemp.  Regardless of the method used to extract the oil from hemp once the extraction process is finished the oil is sent to a lab to determine strength and purity.

With CBD being used by more and more people and sold in more stores you have to be extra cautious of the fakes that are coming on the market.  Exercise caution and buy from a reputable vendor even if that means paying a little bit more.

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