Written by Ivan Green Is your CBD oil pure? Cannabidiol (CBD) is an amazing compound derived from the cannabis plant. Hemp-derived CBD oil contains a very little amount of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), so it won’t make you feel “high.” There are a lot of CBD brands out there that aren’t good, so it is vital to find a qua Do you know how to choose CBD oil and what you should look at when shopping for CBD products online? This article provides an all-around buyer’s guide for both beginners and those who already have experience in the CBD space but like to expand their research skills. High-quality CBD oil that's pure, natural, and contains what it promises is out there, but it can be hard to find. Click here for 8 signs to look for.
How to Know if Your CBD Oil Is Pure
Cannabidiol (CBD) is an amazing compound derived from the cannabis plant.
Hemp-derived CBD oil contains a very little amount of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), so it won’t make you feel “high.”
There are a lot of CBD brands out there that aren’t good, so it is vital to find a quality product from a brand you can trust and rely upon.
Unfortunately, it isn’t easy for consumers to determine which CBD brands and products are trustworthy and will be beneficial for their well-being.
The following guide can help you identify high-quality CBD oil versus its low-quality counterparts while purchasing online, over the counter and at cannabis-specific dispensaries throughout most of the country.
Above all, it is recommended that you carry out individual research before buying CBD online or offline.
1. Check Third-Party Lab Reports
A high-quality CBD oil brand will always provide third-party lab results to the end users. Every batch provided to the customers undergoes meticulous and rigorous laboratory testing so that it is free of all contaminants. Some laboratories find favorable results, but there are products that fail these tests.
These independent labs carry out the testing to ensure that CBD oil has everything it claims to have — this means a low level of THC, low level of impurities and a high level of CBD. These results also determine whether a product is effective, safe and healthy to use.
A reputable brand of CBD oil always has recent lab test results available. While some brands display lab results on their website, others may include them in their packing.
Good customer service is yet another sign that a company provides the best quality CBD oil. Check in and get help if you’re having trouble finding the lab results.
2. Look at the Ingredients Used in the Product
Both marijuana and agricultural hemp contain THC. This substance is responsible for psychoactive effects. However, hemp has negligible amounts of this compound, so check to make sure that hemp is used in the creation of the CBD oil.
The level of THC present should not exceed 0.3% — you can find this information on the product labels or in the lab results of the CBD oil you are purchasing.
Look for the ingredients used in the product to know whether or not the product is safe and effective.
It’s also important to know whether your CBD is USDA certified organic or not. We are happy to report that Joy Organics tinctures and jarred salves are now USDA certified organic.
3. How Was the CBD Oil Manufactured?
As the CBD industry is still in its young days, there aren’t many regulations that control the manufacturing process. This means, to process CBD from hemp, different CBD brands have adopted different extraction methods.
While some companies adopt cheap methods for extracting CBD oil, other companies use food-grade ethanol to process CBD.
The method is one of the extraction processes that yields the highest number of cannabinoids. Another extraction process that results in a high number of cannabinoids is supercritical CO2 extraction.
It’s strongly advised that you know your vendors’ production methods. This information should be available on their respective websites.
It is highly recommended to go for CBD that has been processed through ethanol or supercritical CO2 extraction.
4. Where Was the Hemp Cultivated?
The best way to ensure the quality of the product is to know where the hemp has been cultivated. This is especially important in the case of CBD oil because of the hemp plant’s characteristic as a “hyperaccumulator.”
Also, know whether the manufacturer has adopted solventless CO2 extraction methods to ensure they deliver the highest quality products.
If the hemp has been cultivated in a land rich in heavy metals, the resulting oils will also reflect the number of heavy metals absorbed by the plant, making it unsafe for humans to consume. This is one of the primary reasons why CBD oils receive negative feedback.
You will have to carry out thorough research to know where the CBD company has cultivated its hemp. Such information can be accessed on the retailer’s or manufacturer’s website, or you can get in touch with a customer support representative.
5. Does the Company Have a Good Reputation Online?
Another quality to take into consideration is the reputation of the company online.
To check if a company is genuine or not, read online reviews from other customers and clients to see what people are saying. They’ll often let you know whether the company is a scam or trustworthy. Reading the customer reviews for all the products listed on the website will help you determine whether the company and its products have the respect of their users.
You can also try checking the company’s website to see if it has a legitimate phone number and address listed.
The above mentioned five important factors need to be kept in mind while purchasing CBD oil. The suggestions will help you determine which brand you should choose, but it’s recommended you do your own research before making your choice. Buying CBD for the very first time might seem daunting, but even a little knowledge will help you make the right purchase.
In 2017, cannabinoid researcher Marcel Bonn-Miller tested 84 cannabinoid products. His research showed that 70% of extracts sold online are mislabeled — 26% contained less than claimed, while 42% had more.
With each passing day, the CBD oil industry is growing in popularity. All the manufacturers say they want to deliver high-quality products to the end consumer, but not everyone stays true to that goal.
Many companies fail to maintain a high level of integrity. As time progresses, CBD regulations are likely to increase, but until this happens, the consumer needs to be cautious about which CBD brands they trust.
Ivan Green works as senior journalist at thecannabisradar.com and he constantly promotes the usage of cannabis products. When he’s not working, he loves to read books and play catch with his son.
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Todd Smith is Joy Organics Chief Partnerships Officer and Co-founder. Before Joy Organics, he worked in the wellness and nutritional industry for over three decades and helped generate over 1 billion dollars in supplement sales. He has applied that knowledge and experience to empower over 1000 businesses through Joy Organics’ partnership programs. Todd is also the author of a book, podcast, and blog titled Little Things Matter.
What To Look For When Shopping for CBD Products
CBD oil is a versatile supplement, but now it’s also a growing market, which entails the risk of stumbling upon unscrupulous scam-artists trying to make a quick buck on misinformed customers, too.
Is there any way to tell that you’re looking at high-quality CBD oil?
While it’s not easy for consumers to determine which CBD brands and products they should choose, there are several factors that can tell you right away whether you’re dealing with a reputable vendor or with one of the aforementioned fly-by-night suppliers.
Having been in the industry for years, we’ve set out certain quality standards that we incorporate into our farming, extraction, and lab-testing practices. Before launching Gold Bee, we’ve been working in the organic superfoods space, so we can tell the difference between a good crop and a bad crop, point you to the right extraction methods, and highlight all the important points on your checklist before choosing CBD oil.
In this article, we’ve put together our knowledge in one place so that you can choose your CBD oil based on thorough research rather than marketing buzz.
How to Choose CBD Oil?
There are thousands of cannabis products on the shelves and in online stores — but determining what’s safe and effective is up to you.
The CBD space is unregulated by the FDA, and many brands are taking advantage of that fact churning out poor-quality, sometimes dangerous products.
According to statistics, up to 70% of CBD oil products sold locally are mislabeled and contain significantly less CBD than stated on the bottle. Other products have residual contaminants, but then again, the market is unregulated, so companies aren’t obliged to test their CBD oils in third-party laboratories for potency and purity — although it’s the industry’s standard.
The market has matured since its first years. That being said, due diligence is still required if you don’t want to fall victim to sketchy vendors.
Then there’s also the question of your preferences, dosage needs, different product types, formulas, concentrations, and more — choosing CBD oil for the first time can be a pain.
Okay, enough of the negative vibes.
Problems aren’t negative by nature because there’s always a way to solve them.
Below we cover everything you need to know if you’re about to choose your first bottle of CBD oil.
Know the Difference Between CBD Oil and Hemp Seed Oil
Hemp is used in lots of different product categories, from food to health supplements to skincare products.
When you choose CBD oil for the first time, you need to make sure you’re buying the actual CBD oil — not hemp seed oil.
These two products are confusingly sold as “hemp oils,” which is an umbrella term for all oils derived from hemp.
However, hemp seed oil and CBD oil are two completely different products.
Hemp seed oil is made from the plant’s seeds. And while it has a rich nutritional content — chock-full of omega fatty acids, proteins, vitamins, and trace minerals — it doesn’t contain any CBD or any cannabinoids for that matter. This type of hemp oil is made by cold-pressing the seeds.
CBD oil, on the other hand, is extracted from the plant’s flowers. This is the resinous part of hemp, where all the cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids are secreted. The flowers are harvested and then treated with pressurized CO2 to pull the beneficial compounds from the plant material. The resulting product is a thick, dark liquid that has a botanical smell. Once extracted, the oil is suspended in a food-grade carrier oil such as MCT oil or hemp seed oil.
So, while both products come from the same plant, they use different parts and thus have different properties and applications.
Tip: If you want to make sure you’re choosing the actual CBD oil, read what the label says. If it states “CBD oil” or “full-spectrum hemp extract,” then you’re looking at the right product. On the other hand, if it says “hemp seed oil” or “hemp oil,” you might be looking at a culinary oil.
Set Your Goals with CBD
The first thing to consider when you choose CBD oil is why you want to take it. Though CBD is praised for numerous potential health benefits — backed by scientific research — each person may have different expectations when it comes to the effects.
CBD oil isn’t the only format you can choose; there are CBD capsules, topicals, edibles, and vapes — each of them might be appropriate.
According to experts, the method of consumption determines the onset, type, and duration of the effects.
For immediate relief of stress or physical discomfort, inhaling CBD may be the most effective; if you want to ensure efficient absorption and don’t mind waiting several minutes for the effects to kick in, CBD oil drops will be your best bet. Oral forms of CBD, such as capsules and edibles, are better suited for the means of daily supplementation thanks to the level of convenience they offer. Finally, topical products may lend their hand if you suffer from localized discomfort, such as muscle stiffness and soreness.
Consider the THC Content
The THC content in your CBD oil determines not only its effects but also legal status — something that is important to many people who choose CBD for the first time. Research suggests that in some people, CBD may be more beneficial when taken in tandem with at least a little THC.
The synergistic interaction between CBD, THC, and other cannabinoids, as well as terpenes, is known as the entourage effect. According to this concept, the sum of the two chemicals, plus other related compounds, provide greater efficacy than their individual parts.
Hemp-derived CBD oil contains very little THC — up to 0.3% — which isn’t enough to get you high but maybe enough to leverage the health benefits of CBD. Such products are legal on a federal level and you can find them in dispensaries, vape shops, organic health stores, pharmacies, and online stores.
With marijuana-derived CBD oil, it’s a different story. CBD products extracted from marijuana plants are legal only in the states that have legalized its recreational use. You’ll mostly find them in cannabis dispensaries. Dispensaries sell a wide range of CBD products, from high-CBD marijuana strains to oils, tinctures, topicals, and vape pens. If your state only allows medical marijuana, then you’ll need a prescription or an MMJ card to purchase marijuana-derived CBD.
What to Look for in CBD Oil?
Now that we’ve established the prep work behind choosing CBD oil, it’s time to take a peek at the factors that directly affect its quality. Here are a few important questions to ask yourself before you choose a CBD product and add it to your cart.
Is the Hemp Organic?
The source of hemp is paramount because it is where CBD and other valuable compounds are secreted. Since hemp plants are dynamic bioaccumulators, they easily absorb every substance from the soil they grow in. When cultivated in clean and nutrient-dense soil, the hemp will yield high-CBD flowers that are free of any contaminants. On the other hand, mass-produced hemp will yield poor concentrations of CBD, not to mention the presence of heavy metals and other toxins in the final product.
Most hemp in CBD products sold in the United States comes from Colorado, California, Oregon, and Kentucky, which have long histories with cannabis cultivation. Some companies import hemp from overseas, which may be risky from the customer’s perspective because such hemp isn’t subject to U.S. federal quality testing.
Don’t know which CBD oil to choose? We always recommend purchasing from manufacturers who use locally grown hemp. Not only do you support local farmers this way, but you’re also getting a product that is compliant with the FDA guidelines.
How Was the Product Extracted?
Once grown to full maturity and harvested, the plant is taken to an extraction facility, where the lab workers use different methods to extract the beneficial compounds from the source material. CBD can be extracted in many ways — the most popular being CO2, ethanol, and organic solvents such as butane, propane, or hexane.
CO2 is the industry’s golden standard. Pressurized carbon dioxide efficiently pulls the cannabinoids and terpenes from the plant material without using additional heat or toxic solvents. This technology ensures pure CBD extracts that maintain consistent potency throughout the batches.
Ethanol extraction is an acceptable alternative. In fact, the traditional cannabis tinctures were made using alcohol. However, this method isn’t as efficient as CO2 extraction when it comes to broad-scale manufacturing. The purging process also needs to be run with caution, as alcohol is highly flammable.
The cheapest — and the riskiest — way to extract CBD from hemp is through hydrocarbon extraction. Hydrocarbon solvents include substances like butane, hexane, and propane. They are a low-cost method of making cannabis concentrates. Unfortunately, they’re also difficult to purge from the final product, leaving toxic impurities that can make you sick.
When choosing CBD oil, we encourage you to opt for CO2-extracted products. They are slightly more expensive than alcohol-based extracts, but it’s worth spending a few dollars more on a better-quality product.
Has It Been Third-Party Tested?
Always ask to see a product’s certificate of analysis (COA). The document shows how a product went through tests checking for CBD and THC concentrations, and the presence of contaminants.
The lab-reports should come from a third-party laboratory. “Third-party” means that the facility has no affiliation with the manufacturer and thus can provide unbiased results.
Some companies test their products throughout the entire production process — from the seed to the bottle — while others only test the final product. Regardless of the company’s testing practices, you should check if the lab reports are batch-specific and up-to-date.
If an online manufacturer or a local store doesn’t provide the information or refuses to share it, avoid the product and the vendor.
Are There Any Other Ingredients In It?
CBD oils have a simple formula. They mostly consist of a full-spectrum hemp extract and food-grade carrier oil. The extract itself is too thick to be handled with a dropper, so the oil is added to make dosing easier on top of improving its bioavailability. ‘Bioavailability’ refers to the amount of CBD that ends up in your bloodstream. Cannabinoids dissolve both in alcohol and fats, so the addition of carrier oil enhances the efficacy of CBD extracts.
Aside from the carrier, CBD oils may be infused with other ingredients that are used to boost or complement the health benefits of CBD. You can find CBD oil with guarana for morning use, but there are also CBD oils with melatonin, a sleep-enhancing neurotransmitter. If you dislike the flavor of natural CBD oil, you can choose from many flavored versions; popular flavored variations of CBD oil include mint, vanilla, berry, kiwi, and citrus fruits.
When choosing CBD oil, make sure the flavorings are natural, and that the oil doesn’t contain any suspicious additives.
How to Buy CBD Oil?
Don’t have the time to run through the above checklist? This section will help you choose high-quality CBD oil if you’re in a hurry.
Choose Reputable Brands
This may sound like a dead giveaway, but brands with a well-established reputation are more likely to sell quality CBD products than companies coming out of the blue and providing little to no information on how they make their CBD oils.
How can you tell that you’re buying from a trustworthy vendor?
The company should have a clear mission statement written on its website. Moreover, they should provide a detailed insight into their farming, extraction, and testing practices. Every reputable brand also sends its products to third-party laboratories for content analysis.
Speaking of which…
Look for Certificates of Analysis
As mentioned earlier, the certificate of analysis is a document confirming the potency and purity of a CBD product. The content analysis may cover one or several aspects, from the CBD concentration to the cannabinoid and terpene profiles to potential contaminants.
If any impurities or dangerous additives are found during the analysis, the lab report will show it.
Again, never buy from companies that refuse to provide certificates of analysis for their products.
Read User Reviews
This point is closely connected with the first one. Reputable brands usually have many positive user reviews. However, you should look at the source of these testimonies. There are many companies out there that have lots of positive reviews on their websites, but when you check with third-party CBD rankings or expert blogs, you may find that the reviews are biased.
When choosing between different brands and CBD products, always compare user reviews from at least three different sources. Doing so will provide you with a bigger picture of the company and its reputation in the cannabis community.
When to Shop for CBD Online?
The first thought that may come to your mind once you discover the health benefits of CBD oil is “where can I buy CBD oil near me?” After all, CBD is sold virtually everywhere — even at gas stations.
But before you start making errands to find a trustworthy physical store, it’s a good idea to weigh the pros and cons.
Local shops are convenient and easily available — but that’s where the advantages usually end.
When you shop for CBD locally, you rely solely on the employees’ knowledge about the products. This leaves you with limited research options, not to mention a narrow product selection. Local shops usually stock two types of CBD products — much less than online retailers.
A person running a physical storefront must cover certain operational costs, such as electricity bills, rental space, etc. This, in turn, translates into higher product prices.
That’s where online shopping becomes an appealing alternative.
Buying CBD online means you can easily browse and compare different brands and products in the comfort of your home. You don’t need to drive from one shop to another — everything is available with a few clicks in your browser.
Online stores also offer more product types than local vendors. When shopping for CBD online, you can choose from oils, tinctures, capsules, gummies, honey sticks, bath bombs, creams, vape pens, and more. It would be difficult to find a physical store that would offer so many options.
And since online retailers can cut out the middleman, they can offer better prices for their products. You can take advantage of special discounts, coupon codes, reward programs, holiday sales, and bulk pricing to save money on your favorite products.
Choosing the Right CBD Product Type
You can find CBD in many forms, but in this section, we’ll cover the most often picked product types.
As we said, the form of CBD determines the onset, type, and duration of effects. Here’s a brief comparison:
- CBD Oils – CBD oils are taken under the tongue. You need to measure the desired amount using a glass dropper or atomizer and place it beneath the tongue for up to 60 seconds. From there, the oil absorbs directly into the bloodstream, producing its effects within 15–30 minutes on average.
- CBD Capsules – capsules contain a hemp extract infused with a carrier oil and covered in a soft gel shell. They don’t require any measurements because every capsule contains a fixed amount of CBD. Since capsules need to pass through the digestive system, the effects have a delayed onset, usually by 30–40 minutes, although, for some people, it may take up to 2 hours until they start feeling a difference.
- CBD Edibles – similar to regular cannabis edibles, you can find hemp-infused CBD gummies, honey sticks, protein bars, chocolates, and beverages. They are processed by the body in the same way as capsules, which means the effects may be delayed, but they will also last longer since the CBD is released gradually into the bloodstream.
- CBD Vapes – products like vape pens and cartridges provide the fastest onset of effects, bringing relief within minutes after inhalation. They also offer the highest bioavailability of all consumption methods, ensuring that up to 56% of CBD ends up in your bloodstream.
- CBD Topicals – topicals are formulated to ease localized discomfort. The CBD doesn’t absorb into the bloodstream, so these products have literally zero bioavailability; instead, the CBD interacts with the CB2 receptors located in the skin. From there, they can signal the endocannabinoid system to promote homeostasis.
Full-spectrum vs Isolate: Which One Should You Choose?
There’s an ongoing debate on which type of CBD oil people should choose: full-spectrum or isolate?
Most users choose full-spectrum CBD due to more predictable dosing and higher efficacy.
Full-spectrum CBD is extracted from the whole plant, so it contains not only CBD but also other cannabinoids and terpenes found in hemp. As mentioned in the previous sections, these compounds work together synergistically, enhancing the benefits of the major cannabinoid. This synergy is known as the “entourage effect,” a term coined by Raphael Mechoulam and further expanded by Dr. Ethan Bud Russo. The entourage effect means that the cannabis compounds work better together than each of them alone.
CBD isolate is pure cannabidiol that has been separated from the other molecules. It’s usually sold as powdered crystals and offers the highest dose of CBD per serving — 990 mg in one gram. It’s also flavorless and odorless, which makes it more versatile than full-spectrum extracts.
However, CBD isolate doesn’t produce the entourage effect, which makes it a less desired option. People typically choose to isolate when they are tested for THC at work — high doses of full-spectrum CBD may trigger a false-positive result for THC — or are allergic to other hemp compounds.
How to Choose CBD Concentration?
CBD concentration is the first figure people look at when they choose between different CBD oils.
There is no one-size-fits-all CBD dosage because everybody is different and reacts differently to CBD. For some people, dosages between 5–10 mg may be sufficient, while others will need upwards of 50 mg to experience a noticeable difference in their well-being.
The rule “the more the merrier” doesn’t work in this case because people may also have different goals with CBD.
This brings us to the next choice.
High vs Low Concentration CBD Oil
Low-concentration CBD oils are usually picked for micro-dosing, which means applying very small doses of CBD throughout the day to maintain stable levels of endocannabinoids. People who’ve just dipped their toes in the subject choose low-potency CBD oils to find the right dosage and assess the cost-efficacy of their product.
High-concentration CBD oils are preferred by users who already have some experience with CBD and know their optimal dosage. When you buy a high-strength oil, you need to pay more for a single purchase, but the product may prove more affordable in the long-run than a less potent option. You can calculate the cost of your CBD oil by taking the total concentration of CBD and dividing it by the product’s volume. The less you pay for one milligram of CBD, the longer your product will go.
Lower doses of CBD oil produce different effects than higher doses. Lower amounts are known to produce invigorating effects that promote focus and reduce stress — a good option for daytime use. Higher doses, in turn, tend to have a sedative effect on the user. When you take high doses of CBD in your routine, low-concentration oils may be cost-prohibitive.
How to Choose CBD Oil: Bottom Line?
Choosing CBD oil for the first time can be a hard nut to crack. Since the market is unregulated, there’s a risk of buying a mislabeled product that will be ineffective and even dangerous for your health.
Research is paramount when it comes to choosing CBD products. You should always check the source of hemp, extraction methods, third-party testing, the company’s transparency, and reputation among CBD users.
Your choice will also depend on the type of CBD, consumption method, and potency; these factors should be suited to your lifestyle preferences and expected effects.
We hope our guide will help you maneuver in this booming space and find a true pearl amidst the sea of mediocre vendors.
How do you choose your CBD oils? Let us know your tips in the comments below!
8 Signs Of A High-Quality CBD Oil
As CBD continues to increase in popularity, it’s essential to make sure the CBD you use is high-quality and comes from a reliable source. Keep reading to find out precisely what makes for a good, safe, and effective CBD oil.
How to tell if CBD oil is high-quality
1. Extracted using supercritical CO₂
The best CBD oils use safe solvents like supercritical CO₂ to extract the desired compounds. This ensures a safe extract is produced, free from any residues or additives—which is often not the case with other extraction methods.
Avoid CBD oils made using chemicals like propane, butane, pentane, or hexane as they can leave behind dangerous contaminants.
2. Produced using naturally grown hemp
Hemp is a “hyperaccumulator” plant. That fancy word simply means hemp readily absorbs everything from the soil it grows in. What it absorbs can be useful, like vitamins and minerals, or harmful, like lead, petroleum, and toxic chemicals.
The safest CBD oil will be sourced in an area where the government requires farmers to be certified and have their fields frequently tested for toxic substances. The oil itself should be tested by an ISO/IEC 17025:2017 accredited lab. They’ll make sure it doesn’t contain pesticides, heavy metals, bacteria, fungus, solvent residue, or any other foreign matter.
3. The price isn’t too good to be true
High-quality CBD oils aren’t cheap to make, so if the price is very low, that’s a good sign it’s made with inferior or contaminated raw materials, substandard solvents, or it doesn’t contain very much, if any, actual CBD.
You don’t have to buy the most expensive product on the market to be safe. Look for reasonable prices and favourable customer reviews.
4. The product label displays the amount of CBD
Good CBD oil made by a reputable company will tell you how much CBD you’re getting right on the label. Look for either the concentration or the total number of milligrams in the bottle. Higher numbers mean a more potent product. To be considered effective, CBD oils should contain 250–1000mg per 10ml bottle. Anything less and you’re wasting your money.
5. Independent test results
Before buying CBD oil, check to see if the company has its products verified by independent testing facilities. A company you can trust will make these results public. The information might be on the bottle, the box it came in, on an insert, or published on the website. If you can’t find it there, then it is time to start asking questions. Most companies with consistently good results are so proud of them that they’ll make the reports easy to find.
Test results that you can view and verify are essential because they will state the levels of both CBD and THC, plus a heavy metals analysis. If you can’t find this information, be very wary.
6. Made from “whole-plant” extracts, not CBD isolates
CBD oils made from whole-plant extracts, also called full-spectrum oils, are generally considered to be of higher quality than those made from CBD isolates.
The idea of an isolate sounds good; it’s pure CBD, but it’s often made from cheap materials and lacks the other cannabinoids, flavonoids, and terpenes that work in partnership with CBD. It’s when these elements exist together that they become more effective, so full-spectrum extracts are a must.
7. Contains less than 0.2% THC
CBD oils made from hemp may contain trace amounts of THC—usually 0.2% or less—but it’s not nearly enough to get you high. However, sub-standard processing can boost the levels of THC to a degree that creates psychotropic effects. Not only is this a sign of a low-quality product, but it could even make the CBD oil illegal where you live. Check the labels and lab reports for exact figures before you make a purchase.
8. No outrageous medical claims
Research, as well as personal accounts, make it clear that CBD is a remarkable compound, but it’s not approved as a medical treatment by any government agency. That means it falls into the same category as vitamins and other supplements, and no company can legally claim that it treats or cures any medical condition, with a few very specific exceptions. If you’re looking at a CBD oil that makes claims like that, steer clear—it’s probably too good to be true.
Cibdol ticks all the boxes for high-quality CBD oil
If you’re looking for a reputable CBD oil producer, Cibdol features all the hallmarks of a trustworthy brand, including stringent quality control from field to bottle. Harnessed using state-of-the-art CO₂ extraction, all Cibdol CBD oils use the finest non-GMO hemp grown without chemical fertilisers, pesticides, herbicides, or other toxic contaminants. We sell only the best, 100% natural CBD oil products with published batch testing to back up every product and every claim.
You can browse our complete selection of high-quality CBD oils, capsules, supplements, and cosmetics via the Cibdol homepage. Or, if you still want to learn more about what CBD does and where it comes from, find out everything you need to know in our CBD Encyclopedia.