Millions of people try CBD for the first time each year, and many of them become dedicated CBD enthusiasts. It’s no wonder that many businesses are racing to get involved in the booming industry for cannabidiol products. However, some of these businesses are less than ethical and source poor-quality hemp or dangerous synthetic cannabinoids. Don’t buy random CBD products you see at the gas station; make sure you’re able to confirm that it’s safe, high-quality CBD.
How Do You Know CBD is High Quality?
When it comes to verifying the quality of CBD, there are a few things you should look for. Great quality cannabidiol will be natural and authentic. Furthermore, the manufacturer will make it easy for you to verify these things. Furthermore, the producer will be sure to stay on the right side of the law by observing regulations for THC concentration.
Authentic and Hemp-Derived
First of all, you need to be sure that the CBD is real, and not synthetic. Synthetic cannabinoids have positive effects that are limited or nonexistent, while their risks and dangers are many. These lab-derived cannabinoids often have an extremely intense, hazardous effect on the brain which may result in extreme paranoia and hallucinations.
Don’t try anything that advertises itself as a replacement for CBD while not using hemp as its source. You can kill two birds with one stone by sourcing the cannabidiol back to the original hemp farm.
Source Back to the Grower
Labelling should give you the resources needed to find out the source of the hemp used in the CBD product you’re looking at. Maybe it will have the contact information for the manufacturer, or maybe it will give you the information you’re looking for explicitly. While you’re examining the label, keep your eye out for information on the chemical composition of your CBD.
CBD and THC Content Listed and Verified
You should know how much CBD you’re paying for, both for the purpose of effective dosing and to know you’re not being charged unfairly. However, you also need to pay attention to the THC content. All hemp produces THC to some extent, but selective breeding combined with modern extraction techniques should mean the component hemp oil has less than 0.2% THC.
Furthermore, the label should cite the reputable independent laboratory that did the testing. If THC levels wander above 0.2%, you could experience unwanted psychoactive effects or find yourself infringing THC control laws.
Premium CBD from Betoken
Here at Betoken CBD, the secret to our success is all-natural, premium-quality ingredients. We use the best hemp oil with supercritical CO2 extraction techniques, and all of our CBD goes through independent laboratory testing. We’re dedicated to building and maintaining our reputation as an ethical, trustworthy provider of CBD products that make adult life easier. If you’d like to try CBD for yourself, we’re sure to have the perfect product for you in our online marketplace.