5 Ways to Know You Have High-Quality CBD Oil

Published June 30th, 2020 by Smithseo

You may have it in your mind to shop for CBD oil, but you’re not sure what to buy. As the popularity of CBD oil continues to grow, more companies are jumping into the industry to make a few bucks. When this happens, you’re definitely going to run into your share low-quality duds. Not all oils are made the same or using the same techniques, often resulting in vastly different products and effectiveness. Whether this is your first time buying CBD oil or you’re a seasoned pro, you should know exactly what you’re looking for. Let’s take a look at 5 ways you can know your CBD oil is worth the money.

1) Look at How the CBD Oils Are Extracted

The process in which CBD oil is extracted matter when it comes to producing a high-quality product. Many companies will use the cheaper process of using additives or chemicals like butane, propane, or other substances that can contaminate the final product. None only will this decrease the quality of the CBD oil, it’s also dangerous for your health to consume these additives. You’ll want to focus solely on CBD oil extracted using CO?.

2) Was the Hemp Grown in Places with Soil Testing?

A lot of plants that grow in the ground are known as hyperaccumulators, meaning that they suck up any of the vitamins and minerals in the soil or their own use. That’s a good thing, but as we know, the ground can be polluted with a number of chemicals or be grown in an area with a lot of lead in the soil and/or water. For this reason, many states and countries require farmers to get their ground tested and certified safe for growing. Most CBD companies that use certified soils will proudly post results on their website and even on the bottle, so make sure when shopping for CBD that the soil is tested regularly.

3) Yes, the Price Matters

The old adage is always true: you get what you pay for. You might want to save a few bucks by reaching for the cheaper CBD oil products on the shelf, but the lower price will indicate there might be something wrong. The reason why CBD oil is expensive is that it’s difficult and expensive to make. Also, as state above, the good products have been thoroughly tested, which adds to the cost.

4) How Much CBD Are You Actually Getting?

Not only are some CBD oils extracted using fillers and additives, the potency of the oil your buying might be negligent, which means you’re wasting your money on an inferior product. You only need a little bit of CBD to be able to say you’re selling CBD oil, but if it’s anything less than 250mg per 30ml bottle, you’re being scammed. A good company will put right on the label what you’re buying so you can choose the potency that’s right for you.

5) Was the CBD Oil Tested?

The top CBD companies test the quality of their oils and will share on the packaging and their website the results of those tests. You should be able to see exactly what you’re buying and if you can’t find the test results, you should ask yourself what the company is trying to hide. These tests are important, especially if you have a job that does drug testing. High-quality CBD should have trace amounts of THC, which is not enough to fail a drug test, but if it’s not tested, then you really aren’t sure and leaving it up to chance. Don’t take that risk! Only buy certified and tested CBD oil, which you can find at 

1Team Cannabis Co.
208 Valero Drive
San Marcos, Texas 78666

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